Come to Berlin's infamous Speakeasy for a band that'll make you dance each week - until the summer break!
And please tell your friends: If we stay that infamous we can't go like this...
15.05. Dead Bronco (USA) – Country Punk Rock
22.05. Blue Moon Marquee (CA) – Gypsy Blues
29.05. Jon Roniger & The Good For Nothin' Band (USA) – New Orleans Jazz & Blues
05.06. Woody Pines (USA) – Country Blues, Hillbilly from Nashville
12.06. The Burying Ground (CA) – Early Blues, Country and Jazz
19.06. Jo Carley and The Old Dry Skulls (UK) – Old time roots music, Ska & Punk
26.06. Pat Reedy & The Longtime Goners (USA) – Country
03.07. Mary's Little Lamb (BE) – Country & Americana
Recommended donation: 5-10€
(5 is only for the poor)
Watch out: A true Speakeasy is well hidden... Enter via the courtyard, first side building, then second floor / left door
About that Speakeasy:
At Die Blaue Stunde there's live music each Tuesday - danceable live music. The line up consists of New Orleans and Traditional Jazz, Gospel and Folk, Country, Bluegrass and Western Swing but also Rhythm’n'Blues and early Rock'n Roll. So roughly music from 1910 till 1960.
And that's because the force that occurs when live music makes people dance with each other is everywhere the same: Be it in the Jazz clubs and speakeasies of American metropolises or in the most remote barn dances, honky tonks or juke joints - human beings always wanted and will for ever want to forget their worries, enjoy live and celebrate debauchery. Everywhere. And more than ever in Berlin!
At the bar there are related drinks and after the live show selected DJs spin their wildest records - and none of it ends, as long as there is someone who still wants to party. You see: Such a twilight hour (that's what Die Blaue Stunde translates into) can go on for quite some time...
Line up + Newsletter:
Real life comic by Andreas Michalke (Jazzfete Records)