Weekend Music 2/5 – 2/8/15

Lots of things going on music wise in Kansas City this weekend.  Here are a few:

Thursday February 5
The Grand Marquis at Jazz Louisiana Kitchen, 7 -10 pm

Spaghetti Western Thursday at the Westport Saloon, 6-8 pm with music following

The Long Time Goners at the Westport Saloon, 10 pm

4 Fried Chickens and a Coke at Knuckleheads (7:30pm)

Sky Smeed, Sara Morgan & John Goolsby at Knuckleheads (8pm)

Friday February 6
The Garage Kings Dinner Show at the Westport Saloon, 6;30 pm

Jim Lauderdale with special guest Lyal Strickland in the Listening Room Lounge AT kNUCKLEHEADS. 8PM.


Pokey LaFarge in Springfield, MO at the Outland Ballroom

Saturday February 7
The Big Iron at the Record Bar with Kangaroo Knife Fight, Appripriate Grammar and Reid the Martian, benefit for Midcoast Takeover going to Austin trip $10, 18+, doors @ 9:30 pm

Open Jam at Knuckleheads Hosted by Billy Ebeling and Duane (1:30pm)

Special Forces A .38 Special Tribute at Knuckleheads with special guest Brother Bagman (9:00pm)

County Graves, Keil Grove & Leon Hardt at the Westport Saloon, 10 pm

Pokey LaFarge at the Manhattan Arts Center, Manhattan KS

Sunday February 8
Die Cast & Model Car Swap & Sale for Hot Rod to Holy Cow, 11 a – 4 pm @ Holy Cow Market & Music, music at 3 pm from Gregg Todt & Troy Van Horn, Holy Cow the Band

Dusty Rust at the Dubliner KC: “Here’s to the Roots” musician appreciation showcase, 4p – 8p. open mic 5p-7p & free musician appreciation meal in between sets; parking nearby at 13th near Grand, $2 cash

Open Jam at Knuckleheads Hosted by Levee Town (1:00pm)

Acoustic Showcase at knuckleheads hosted by Amanda Fish (2:00pm)

Pokey LaFarge at the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center in Chillicothe, MO

Historic KC Lives – J.S. Martin

JS_Martin J. S. Martin, who at the time of his demise on the 16th of October,
1905, was one of the oldest members of the Old Men’s Association of Kansas City, attained the age of eighty-seven years. For a long period he was identified with the interests of Western Missouri and because of a wide and favorable acquaintance his life record cannot fail to prove of interest to many of the readers of this volume. Continue reading Historic KC Lives – J.S. Martin