Calling all FFOTM members! The holidays are almost here and we are ready to celebrate. Join us for a night of music, friends, food and cheer.
MUSIC: Live music performed by Secret Handshake (Julie Sullivan & Cabell Breckenridge) followed by an open jam. Bring your instruments for pickin’!
FOOD DRIVE: We are collecting food donations for the People’s Pantry. Please bring non-perishable food items to help feed famillies in need. (See flyer below for more details).
POTLUCK (6-8pm): FFOTM will supply the main dish. Please bring a side dish to share.
Rolling Stone said it best about Cody Jinks: “Rule Changing Country Music”
With his smooth baritone and lonesome, dark-hued country songs, the Saving Country Music Album of the Year award winner is proving that Country Music empowered by credibility has made its way to the masses. This did not happen overnight for Jinks, who has spent the better part of the last 10 years playing numerous empty bar rooms to a never ending financial loss. “Yeah, I’ve been pretty good at losing money. Not the greatest feeling in the world to be gone from home for long stretches of time, only to walk in the door broke. But I never gave up. Never even had that thought.”
His latest critically-acclaimed album I’m Not The Devil smashed his Personal Chart Records, Breaking Top 5 On Billboard Country And Independent Album Charts. Pandora called I’m Not The Devil “a gift from above for country fans of all stripes.”
Get your tickets early, because Cody Jinks is selling out everywhere he goes.
Join us once again for our annual New Year’s Eve Party! We will have family friendly activities until 10PM and re-entry all night, so you don’t have to miss the Pinecone Drop!
First 50 people in the door will get their choice or New Year’s Eve Swag!
Gravy began as a Wednesday night jam session. Just for fun the guys would listen to all the country classics on old vinyl and would learn the hits of traditional artists writing tunes all along the way. Gravy has played such great events as the Redneck Olympics and The Demolition Derby. You will only find these guys in the dumpiest of dives in Arizona and Colorado, pulling 300 plus fans to their local shows. Gravy won best album in 2005 and best band in 2006 in their hometown, Flagstaff, AZ. Since the release of their first two CD’s, the band has been on something of a haitus only engaging audiences a couple times a year when the guys can get together. Gravy gigs are special events because they are rare. Don’t miss a chance to catch ’em if you can.