Monday, December 6, 2004
Hello, Get ready for another exciting week at the old grocery. On Monday, happy hour lasts from 4 until midnight. Football will be on the big screen downstairs and Half Pack of Kool Filter Kings will be upstairs. The Blues jam is always something special on Tuesday nights. On Wednesday, Jerry Joseph makes his long awaited return to George Street. Jerry Joseph is one of America's best singer-songwriters and his close ties to Widespread Panic make him a favorite throughout the south. New Orleans singer-songwriter Lynn Drury opens. Get there early because Lynn is worth the price of admission alone. On Thursday, the Jagermeister Bus will be here from 6 until 8. The Jagerettes appear from 10 until 12. Seth Libbey & the Liberals play upstairs. Friday night the Gamble Brothers Band bring Memphis soul & funk down I-55 to Jackson. Michelob Light draft is only $2.00 Friday night. Saturday night, the funk continues but comes from the south instead. New Orleans' Juice provides the funk Saturday night.
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