Tim Williams / ODD TUESDAYS w/ EVE HELL
Mar
19
5:00 PM17:00

Tim Williams / ODD TUESDAYS w/ EVE HELL

Happy Hour:

TIM WILLIAMS

5:00 - 8:00 pm - no cover

Tim Williams is a blues-based singer / songwriter / multi - instrumentalist. He is a 40 year veteran of the 'Roots' music scene in North America, roots which stretch back to the coffee-house scene of his native California in the mid 60's.

Settling in Canada in 1970, Tim is a studio musician, producer, and a performer in constant demand. He has played Folk / Blues / Jazz festivals and concert halls and clubs from Halifax, to Vancouver Island, to the Yukon.

Inspired by the Hillbilly and Western Swing music he heard as a child, Tim absorbed late Fifties Rhythm & Blues and Rock & Roll, Hawaiian and Mexican music, early Sixties Folk, and Bluegrass “like a sponge” before discovering a passion for traditional blues styles which was fueled by seeing many first generation blues musicians live during the “Blues Boom” of the mid and late Sixties.”

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Tonight:

ODD TUESDAYS WITH EVE HELL

9:00 pm - $5

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Every other Tuesdays at Mikey’s on 12th, Eve Hell & guests will provide roots and retro music.



Call us to book your bash now! 403-452-8060

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Mar
23
8:00 PM20:00

Latin Fundraiser

Today:

MIKEY'S BLUES JAM

3:00 - 7:00 pm - no cover

HEADS UP MIKEY’S JAMMERS… Tonight’s show is a ticketed event. We will be asking people to settle up quickly and head out so we can let in tonight’s ticket holders at 7:30, unless you’ve got some tickets that is!!!

Tonight:

LATIN FUNDRAISER

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Tim Williams / BROKENTOYZ!
Mar
26
5:00 PM17:00

Tim Williams / BROKENTOYZ!

Happy Hour:

TIM WILLIAMS

5:00 - 8:00 pm - no cover

Tim Williams is a blues-based singer / songwriter / multi - instrumentalist. He is a 40 year veteran of the 'Roots' music scene in North America, roots which stretch back to the coffee-house scene of his native California in the mid 60's.

Settling in Canada in 1970, Tim is a studio musician, producer, and a performer in constant demand. He has played Folk / Blues / Jazz festivals and concert halls and clubs from Halifax, to Vancouver Island, to the Yukon.

Inspired by the Hillbilly and Western Swing music he heard as a child, Tim absorbed late Fifties Rhythm & Blues and Rock & Roll, Hawaiian and Mexican music, early Sixties Folk, and Bluegrass “like a sponge” before discovering a passion for traditional blues styles which was fueled by seeing many first generation blues musicians live during the “Blues Boom” of the mid and late Sixties.”



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Tonight:

BROKENTOYZ!!!!

10:00 pm - $5 cover

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Call us to book your bash now! 403-452-8060

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Jr. Watson and Fred Kaplan
Mar
29
9:00 PM21:00

Jr. Watson and Fred Kaplan

With nearly thirty years of experience, Junior Watson has reached cult status. Junior has done what all great artists have done: melting diverse styles to create a style all his own. With influences as diverse as Tiny Grimes, Oscar Moore, Bill Jennings, Rene Hall, Robert Jr. Lockwood, Jimmy Rogers, Eddie Taylor, Guitar Slim, Earl Hooker and others he has truly created one of the most unique and original guitar voices to come along in years. Besides his mastery of blues and swing he often adds his own cartoon-like twist to everything he plays. You'll never know what he will do and when asked he doesn't know himself. His energy and playing gives you a feeling of reckless abandonment. As he was once quoted "like a train off the tracks".

 

His artist resume is as large as it is impressive. A founding member of The Mighty Flyers he stayed with the band for ten years. He then left to join Canned Heat for ten years. He then toured for a while with LA-based harmonica player/vocalist Lynwood Slim. All along the way he has backed up and recorded with the who's-who of the blues. His list of musical endeavors include backing up and recording with Big Mama Thorton, George Smith, Jimmy Rogers, Shakey Jake, Luther Tucker, Charlie Musselwhite, Kim Wilson, William Clark and there's more. Suffice to say the list is very extensive.
In the past Junior has always been the sideman or featured artist. For the first time in his career he has a band that is taking the back seat and having Junior do all the driving. For the first time you can hear this amazing, original artist wail all night long. This fact alone is exciting and when unleashed, Junior will prove to the rest of the blues community what his cult status is all about.

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Super Sundays!!!
Mar
17
12:00 PM12:00

Super Sundays!!!

Morning:

The WOODHOUSE BIG BAND

12:00 - 2:00 pm - $10 cover

The Woodhouse Big Big plays the 3rd Sunday of every month and every month is a new show...come enjoy an afternoon of great music and food! Fabulous Mikey's Sunday Brunch!!!

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Today:

SIT BACK SUNDAY JAM W/ TOM PHILLIPS

3:00 - 7:00 pm - No cover

Tom Phillips's Sit Back Sunday Jam continues at Mikey's on 12th. Come on down to meet a cast of regulars, and irregulars, sign up to play and grab a drink or two.

Come early for an amazing brunch too!

Tom Phillips web.jpg

Tonight:

SIN & GIN CABARET SOIREE

8:00 - 10:00 pm - $18 at the door


BOOK YOUR PARTY NOW!!! 403-452-8060

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Tim Williams / BROKENTOYZ!
Mar
12
5:00 PM17:00

Tim Williams / BROKENTOYZ!

Happy Hour:

TIM WILLIAMS

5:00 - 8:00 pm - no cover

Tim Williams is a blues-based singer / songwriter / multi - instrumentalist. He is a 40 year veteran of the 'Roots' music scene in North America, roots which stretch back to the coffee-house scene of his native California in the mid 60's.

Settling in Canada in 1970, Tim is a studio musician, producer, and a performer in constant demand. He has played Folk / Blues / Jazz festivals and concert halls and clubs from Halifax, to Vancouver Island, to the Yukon.

Inspired by the Hillbilly and Western Swing music he heard as a child, Tim absorbed late Fifties Rhythm & Blues and Rock & Roll, Hawaiian and Mexican music, early Sixties Folk, and Bluegrass “like a sponge” before discovering a passion for traditional blues styles which was fueled by seeing many first generation blues musicians live during the “Blues Boom” of the mid and late Sixties.”



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Tonight:

BROKENTOYZ!!!!

10:00 pm - $5 cover

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Call us to book your bash now! 403-452-8060

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Tommy Castro
Mar
10
4:00 PM16:00

Tommy Castro

We are so incredibly lucky to have Tommy and his amazing band coming back to Mikey’s on 12th for one Night only!

Blazing soul-blues rocker Tommy Castro’s musical roots run deep. As he unleashes his high-energy music to fans all over the world, Castro is inspired by the sounds he absorbed while coming of age on the rough and tumble side of San Jose, California. During the late 1960s and early 1970s, this was Castro’s home turf—his stomping ground. It was a place where the street-tough Mexican Americans and the counter-culture hippies came together to drink, smoke, laugh, party and listen to tunes—the hippies with their blues and rock, the Mexicans with their soul music. Mixing the blues-rock he loved and the soul music he heard blasting out from the lowriders cruising the streets, along with the socially conscious message songs of the day, Tommy’s own sound was born. He honed his guitar playing to a razor’s edge on the city’s competitive bar scene, where he learned how to capture an audience with his intensely passionate vocals, stellar musicianship and dynamic performances. Almost every major rock and soul act, from Ike & Tina Turner to Janis Joplin to Elvin Bishop to Taj Mahal, toured through the area, and Castro was at almost every show. He saw John Lee Hooker, Albert King and Buddy Guy & Junior Wells at the same local blues bar, JJ’s, where he often jammed, dreaming of one day busting out.

Over the course of his career, Tommy Castro’s San Jose DNA has always inspired his music, whether he’s squeezing out the deepest blues or the funkiest soul grooves. He and The Painkillers—bassist Randy McDonald, keyboardist Michael Emerson and drummer Bowen Brown—have played hundreds of shows to thousands of music lovers, always leaving his audiences screaming for more. All of his albums are filled with original blues, soul and West Coast rock, each song showing a slightly different side of Castro’s multifaceted musical personality. Billboard says the band plays “irresistible contemporary blues-rock” with “street-level grit and soul.”
On his new album, Stompin’ Ground, Tommy Castro opens windows into both his past and his always-evolving musical future. Produced by Castro and guitar wunderkind Kid Andersen and recorded at Andersen’s soon-to-be legendary Greaseland Studio in San Jose, Stompin’ Ground finds Castro letting loose on a set of 12 tracks featuring six originals and new versions of songs he learned and played as a young up-and-comer. He is simultaneously looking back with autobiographical originals and cover songs that inspired him, while forging a forward trail with modern lyrics atop blistering blues-rock. With The Painkillers firing on all cylinders behind him, Castro lays it all on the line from the opening notes of Nonchalant to the final, introspective Live Every Day. From the autobiographical My Old Neighborhood to the socially aware Enough Is Enough and Fear is The Enemy to versions of Elvin Bishop’s Rock Bottom and Taj Majal’s Further On Down The Road (two of his favorite songs from his earliest heroes), Stompin’ Ground is pure musical pleasure. “As soon as we started cutting,” Castro says, “we knew we were onto something.”
In addition to the The Painkillers, Castro’s friends Charlie Musselwhite (harp and vocals on Live Every Day), Mike Zito (guitar and vocals on Rock Bottom), Danielle Nicole (vocals on Soul Shake) and Los Lobos’ David Hidalgo (guitar and vocals on Them Changes) add their talents to Stompin’ Ground. “I heard each one of my friends’ contributions to these songs in my head as I was working on them. Happily, when I reached out and actually asked, everyone said yes.”
Born in San Jose, California in 1955, Tommy Castro first picked up a guitar at age 10. He fell under the spell of Eric Clapton, Elvin Bishop, Taj Mahal, Mike Bloomfield and other blues-rockers. As he got older, Castro discovered the bedrock blues of Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Freddie King, Buddy Guy, Elmore James and the deep-rooted soul of singers like Ray Charles, Wilson Pickett and James Brown. By his teenage years, he was regularly heading to San Francisco to see his favorite artists at legendary venues like The Fillmore West and Winterland. He began playing in a variety of Bay Area blues and soul bands in his early 20s, making a name for himself as a hotter than hot live artist. In 1985 he became lead singer and guitarist for the locally popular blues band NiteCry, and began gigging regularly throughout Northern California.
Castro joined Warner Brothers’ artists The Dynatones in the late 1980s, gigging all over the country. He formed the first Tommy Castro Band in 1991, releasing his debut album in 1996 on Blind Pig. He hit the road hard, picking up new followers everywhere he went. In the mid-1990s The Tommy Castro Band served as the house band for three seasons on NBC Television’s Comedy Showcase (airing right after Saturday Night Live), bringing him in front of millions of viewers every week. During the 1990s and into the 2000s, Castro released a series of critically acclaimed CDs for Blind Pig, Telarc and 33rd Street Records, as well as one on his own Heart And Soul label.

Castro joined Alligator Records in 2009, releasing Hard Believer to massive acclaim. He won four of his six career Blues Music Awards including the coveted B.B. King Entertainer Of The Year Award (the very highest award a blues performer can receive). His song Hard Believer took first place in the blues category of the International Songwriting Competition. His next release, 2011’s Tommy Castro Presents The Legendary Rhythm & Blues Revue–Live!, was a boisterous and searing collection of highlights from a series of live performances anchored by Castro and an all-star collection of blues giants, including Rick Estrin, Michael “Iron Man” Burks and Joe Louis Walker. His relentless road-dog approach—gig after gig, night after night—has won him loyal, lifelong fans everywhere he plays. The Washington Post says Castro is “phenomenal and funky” with “soulful vocals and inspired blues-rock guitar.”
Castro formed The Painkillers in 2012, creating a lean, mean four-piece lineup, capable of delivering soul-shaking, muscular music. The band released The Devil You Know in 2014 and Method To My Madness in 2015, with critics shouting praise and admirers cheering his every move. Castro had stripped his music down to its raw essence with the new, smaller band, sounding bigger than ever. On record and on stage, Tommy Castro & The Painkillers’ road-hardened, seemingly telepathic musicianship bring an unmatched passion to Castro’s blue-eyed California soul and hard-rocking, good-time songs. His hometown newspaper, The San Francisco Chronicle, describes Castro’s music as, “funky Southern soul, big city blues and classic rock…silvery guitar licks that simultaneously sound familiar and fresh.”
With months of tour dates across the U.S. and Europe, Tommy Castro & The Painkillers will be bringing the songs from their new album directly to their fans. No Depression says “Castro plays gritty, string-bending blues like a runaway soul train…a glorious blend that rocks the soul and lifts the spirits.” Blues Revue says simply, “Tommy Castro can do no wrong.” With Stompin’ Ground, he is clearly, once again, doing everything right.

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Nico's 50th Birthday Bash!
Mar
9
9:00 PM21:00

Nico's 50th Birthday Bash!

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Tim Williams / ODD TUESDAYS w/ EVE HELL
Mar
5
5:00 PM17:00

Tim Williams / ODD TUESDAYS w/ EVE HELL

Happy Hour:

TIM WILLIAMS

5:00 - 8:00 pm - no cover

Tim Williams is a blues-based singer / songwriter / multi - instrumentalist. He is a 40 year veteran of the 'Roots' music scene in North America, roots which stretch back to the coffee-house scene of his native California in the mid 60's.

Settling in Canada in 1970, Tim is a studio musician, producer, and a performer in constant demand. He has played Folk / Blues / Jazz festivals and concert halls and clubs from Halifax, to Vancouver Island, to the Yukon.

Inspired by the Hillbilly and Western Swing music he heard as a child, Tim absorbed late Fifties Rhythm & Blues and Rock & Roll, Hawaiian and Mexican music, early Sixties Folk, and Bluegrass “like a sponge” before discovering a passion for traditional blues styles which was fueled by seeing many first generation blues musicians live during the “Blues Boom” of the mid and late Sixties.”

Tim Williams.jpg





Tonight:

ODD TUESDAYS WITH EVE HELL

9:00 pm - $5

Eve-Hell-The-Razors.jpg


Every other Tuesdays at Mikey’s on 12th, Eve Hell & guests will provide roots and retro music.



Call us to book your bash now! 403-452-8060

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Super Sundays!!!
Mar
3
12:00 PM12:00

Super Sundays!!!

Two Amazing shows!

This Morning:

BEER, BACON & BOOBS BURLESQUE BRUNCH

12:00 - 2:00 pm - $15 at the door (can take credit cards with a small processing fee)

Today:

SIT BACK SUNDAY JAM w/ TOM PHILLIPS

3:00 - 7:00 pm - No cover

Tom Phillips's Sit Back Sunday Jam continues at Mikey's on 12th. Come on down to meet a cast of regulars, and irregulars, sign up to play and grab a drink or two.

Come early for an amazing brunch too!


Tom Phillips web.jpg

Call us to book your bash now! 403-452-8060

 

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Jory Kinjo and the Relays
Mar
2
9:00 PM21:00

Jory Kinjo and the Relays

Today:

MIKEY'S BLUES JAM

3:00 - 7:00 pm - no cover

HEADS UP MIKEY’S JAMMERS… Tonight’s show is a ticketed event. We will be asking people to settle up quickly and head out so we can let in tonight’s ticket holders at 7:30, unless you’ve got some tickets that is!!!

Tonight:

JORY KINJO & THE RELAYS

9:00 pm - $

A night of Ska, Reggae & Rocksteady music for your dancehall enjoyment! You asked me for it, so I thought I'd get a night together. Band TBA, but I'll be cranking out all the old Relays hits and choice covers from years past.. More details to come as they unfold.. $20. 9pm. call for a table!

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Tim Williams / BROKENTOYZ!
Feb
26
5:00 PM17:00

Tim Williams / BROKENTOYZ!

Happy Hour:

TIM WILLIAMS

5:00 - 8:00 pm - no cover

Tim Williams is a blues-based singer / songwriter / multi - instrumentalist. He is a 40 year veteran of the 'Roots' music scene in North America, roots which stretch back to the coffee-house scene of his native California in the mid 60's.

Settling in Canada in 1970, Tim is a studio musician, producer, and a performer in constant demand. He has played Folk / Blues / Jazz festivals and concert halls and clubs from Halifax, to Vancouver Island, to the Yukon.

Inspired by the Hillbilly and Western Swing music he heard as a child, Tim absorbed late Fifties Rhythm & Blues and Rock & Roll, Hawaiian and Mexican music, early Sixties Folk, and Bluegrass “like a sponge” before discovering a passion for traditional blues styles which was fueled by seeing many first generation blues musicians live during the “Blues Boom” of the mid and late Sixties.”



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Tonight:

BROKENTOYZ!!!!

10:00 pm - $5 cover

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Call us to book your bash now! 403-452-8060

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Super Sundays!!!
Feb
24
12:00 PM12:00

Super Sundays!!!

Morning:

The WOODHOUSE BIG BAND

12:00 - 2:00 pm - $10 cover

The Woodhouse Big Big plays the 3rd Sunday of every month and every month is a new show...come enjoy an afternoon of great music and food! Fabulous Mikey's Sunday Brunch!!!

Today:

SIT BACK SUNDAY JAM W/ TOM PHILLIPS

3:00 - 7:00 pm - No cover

Tom Phillips's Sit Back Sunday Jam continues at Mikey's on 12th. Come on down to meet a cast of regulars, and irregulars, sign up to play and grab a drink or two.

Come early for an amazing brunch too!

Tom Phillips web.jpg
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Jess Knights
Feb
23
9:00 PM21:00

Jess Knights

Straddling the renegade worlds of alt-country, blues and soul, Jess Knights’ hard-to-pin-down style is reflective of her own unassuming past. A classically-trained opera singer, who’s spent time living in Germany, Thailand and New Zealand, Knights has been defying convention since she started cutting her teeth in the boozy, rough-hewn dives of her native Calgary. 

“I started playing in blues bands when I was in my early 20s, with players that were sometimes 20 to 30 years older than me,” says Knights. “I was a young woman in an older, mostly male, scene, playing some pretty seedy establishments, and that sometimes meant that I had more to prove onstage to gain the respect of the crowd.” 

Recalling the raw timbre of Etta James, her crystal-clear voice radiates vintage soul. On her debut EP, Won’t Wait—due out independently on October 27—Knights flexes a sly, heart-on-her-sleeve sweetness while chronicling tales of corrupting religious boys, a friend’s battle with addiction, and finding the light of humanity from darkness. 

The album was recorded between OCL Studios and the living rooms of Knights and producer Josh Gwilliam (George Canyon, Road Hammers), and she enlisted a crew of heavy-hitting musicians as her studio backing band. Members of The Flat Whites, including Juno Award-winning songwriter Russell Broom (guitar), Chris Byrne (bass), and Spencer Cheyne (drums), along with multiple Juno and CCMA Award-winning songwriter and producer Mike Little (keys) ensure a rollicking, full-bodied sound while letting Knights’ pristine vocals shine. Aaron Young (Ghostboy, The Blackbelts) also contributes to a track. 

“It was important that the record had a bit of grittiness to it, like the hole-in-the-walls where this record was conceived,” she says. “The players really helped me bring that sort of tone and texture to life." 

Gospel-tinged opener “You Come for Money” is an example of the singer’s inability to fit into a single box, setting the album’s tone with an infectious, reverberating blow. On the title track, Knights coos around a blistering halo of fuzz-buzz guitars and saccharine ‘60s soul-pop vibes; boot-stomper “No Jazz” channels the singer’s juke joint roots; and the understated “Shot a Bird” describes the regret of an unfaithful lover. 

As an artist, Knights celebrates the resilience of women and embracing female sexuality. Her album art, in particular, is a nod to the ferocity of her voice, as well as her own desire to unleash the lioness buried beneath. 

The five songs contained on the EP were forged out of more than a decade of honing her songcraft and a fair share of paid dues. Won’t Wait represents Knights’ long-overdue introduction to a realm beyond the bleary-eyed last calls of the watering holes she came up in. A hunger, heart, and voice this big are hard to restrain, and she’s not waiting anymore.

 


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Tom Phillips and the DT's
Feb
22
9:00 PM21:00

Tom Phillips and the DT's

TOM PHILLIPS AND THE D.T.’S Calgary, Alberta Band leader. Honky-tonk hero. Even soundtrack writer for a book (a Canadian first, for a Will Ferguson novel.) Survivor and singer of cautionary tales. You want it, you got it from Tom Phillips, whose career’s turned itself inside out so often that at times he appears to be a shape shifter. During the past few years, Phillips’ transformation was also physical as he swapped alcohol for coffee and his trademark cowboy boots and shirts for polished shoes and tailored suits. But appearances distract, and Phillips is no shape shifter: if you took a musical x-ray during every incarnation, you’d find song writing as the bedrock under the suits, boots, cowboy hats and skin. Which explains why revered blues artist Eric Bibb covered Phillips’ touchstone tune, Ribbons and Bows, on one of his albums. An esteemed statesperson of the Calgary music scene, Phillips earned his laurels over decades. He recorded with Gordon Lightfoot’s band in Toronto before releasing several albums, both live and in studio, with his legendary long time honky-tonk band The Men of Constant Sorrow (MOCS). He also released an acoustic solo album, paid homage to Hank Williams on the Sorrow Bound project, and smashed his comfort zone with a daring, darling album of cover songs from punk and rock territory. He’s often found anchoring musical gatherings that celebrate the songs of Haggard, Dylan, Springsteen and Lightfoot. The evolution continues on his most recent work with the D.T.’s (Difficult Transitions). The band formed serendipitously at bars and open stages, learning Phillips’ most recent songs onstage just in time for his last record. With MOCS veteran Tim Leacock (The Co-Dependents), Ian Grant (Art Bergmann, Cat Ranch), Geoff Brock and sisters Shaye and Sydney Zadravec, the D.T.’s translate Phillips’ songs into live performances that deliver musical delights which offer style without flash. So take a musical walk with Phillips and gaze at life through his seasoned eyes. He’s got it covered with a hundred songs that undress truths so simple they’re frightening. Ever cheated on a lover, driven home drunk, been bucked off your horse, or been the last person in the bar when the lights came up? If you’ve been stranded on the highway, woken up in the wrong bed, walked home barefoot in a ball gown in the morning rain, or wished you could have a re-do on any of these choices, Phillips has a song for you. MLW

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Tim Williams / ODD TUESDAYS w/ EVE HELL
Feb
19
5:00 PM17:00

Tim Williams / ODD TUESDAYS w/ EVE HELL

Happy Hour:

TIM WILLIAMS

5:00 - 8:00 pm - no cover

Tim Williams is a blues-based singer / songwriter / multi - instrumentalist. He is a 40 year veteran of the 'Roots' music scene in North America, roots which stretch back to the coffee-house scene of his native California in the mid 60's.

Settling in Canada in 1970, Tim is a studio musician, producer, and a performer in constant demand. He has played Folk / Blues / Jazz festivals and concert halls and clubs from Halifax, to Vancouver Island, to the Yukon.

Inspired by the Hillbilly and Western Swing music he heard as a child, Tim absorbed late Fifties Rhythm & Blues and Rock & Roll, Hawaiian and Mexican music, early Sixties Folk, and Bluegrass “like a sponge” before discovering a passion for traditional blues styles which was fueled by seeing many first generation blues musicians live during the “Blues Boom” of the mid and late Sixties.”

Tim Williams.jpg




Tonight:

ODD TUESDAYS WITH EVE HELL

9:00 pm - $5

Every other Tuesdays at Mikey’s on 12th, Eve Hell & guests will provide roots and retro music.


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Call us to book your bash now! 403-452-8060

View Event →
Super Sundays!!!
Feb
17
3:00 PM15:00

Super Sundays!!!

Today:

SIT BACK SUNDAY JAM W/ TOM PHILLIPS

3:00 - 7:00 pm - No cover

Tom Phillips's Sit Back Sunday Jam continues at Mikey's on 12th. Come on down to meet a cast of regulars, and irregulars, sign up to play and grab a drink or two.

Come early for an amazing brunch too!

Tom Phillips web.jpg

Tonight:

SIN & GIN CABARET SOIREE

8:00 - 10:00 pm - $18 at the door


BOOK YOUR PARTY NOW!!! 403-452-8060

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