- Im a singer from Philly traveling the US and i fequent many open mics and jams. This is actually a blues jam night. Not an open mic. Their open mic is on Tuesdays. There are regulars. I arrived at 9 and signed up what seemed to be high up on the list, but did not play for over 2 hours. I guess you have to become a regular to play earlier in the night. However, the musicians are good and Jeff was helpful in finding out what songs I wanted to sing. If you're looking for a night of beer sipping and lots of blues music, this is the spot to chill on Wednesdays.
- reply to this commentElise (9/2013)
Jeff Hass runs this open mic and is great at it!
Full drum kit along with guitar and bass amps and full PA!
Great people and a nice outdoor patio with fire pit make this a great spot for music and drinks!
- reply to this commentscott (5/2013)
- ? Hello, I am new to the comedy sene and trying to find open mics to get up and try materail and conquer stage frieght, I always bring my life partner ( i.e significant other ) along but he is only there as suport and can always wait outside if need be. please let me know your thoughts. Thanks Casey P.S is comedy on the venue and if so how do we sign up.
- reply to this commentAnonymous (6/2010)
- This one gets the DHC stamp of open mic approval. Sean Hennessey is the host, and an excellent host he is. Generous slots, a big stage, Georgetown brews on tap (Manny's and Roger's) and really excellent sound. The OT has its mojo working on many levels. Cheers - DHC
- reply to this commentDave Hates Chico (11/2008)
The OT! A nice place to try on some new songs. The sign up is at about 9PM.
The summer of 2008 was a fun time indeed. We've had a diverse group of regular and new players arrive. Attendance is up and down… seems most first timers become regulars.
- reply to this commentsean hennessey (10/2008)