- ? I'm interested in doing a solo cover. Would I need to bring an instrumental track or a musician or could I do it a cappella? Also, is there a specific genre most people do here or could it be just a popular pop or r&b song?
- reply to this commentChrissy (7/2014)
- ? are there at least 2 or more amps available to use, how about the drum situation?
- reply to this commenttom stingone (4/2014)
- What I do like about this open mic is that there's a relatively low key, low pressure vibe to it, all within a live music scene. The sound is generally of good quality, the talent eclectic, and originals are as welcome as cover material which you can't say for every open mic. Though I rotate my open mic schedule for variety's sake, I will eventually circle back to Gnarly at some point in the near future.
- reply to this commentDave Balzano (8/2013)
- Good open mic folk venue.
- reply to this commentDale Traub (4/2012)
I echo what Dan Greenwald stated. Andrew is a great host and musician and I like the manner in which he manages the open mike. First come first serve, 3 songs, originals or covers, and everyone gets a up to play in the course of the evening. Mostly young talent, 20's - 30's age,
I would guess, but all welcome. They let me play and I'm a Senior Citizen!! Always feel welcome and appreciated there. The Owner/Hostess and staff are terrific people and the Wines and Beers offered are top shelf and the Menu/Fare reasonable and very tasty! Come on down and
pick a few notes. Also, keyboard, Harmonica's, and Accordian players, and Duo's welcome, at a
moderate level of volume, after all, it is an Acoustic Jam. Highly Recommended!!!!
- reply to this commentClark Williams (1/2012)