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Tuesday, January 31  │  9PM
Quizzo Pub Trivia
Test your brain on beer! Every Tuesday night, we've got Jon Mackey's Quizzo Pub Trivia starting at 9PM (and generally running until 10:30-ish). Grab some friends and find out just how much you know! Your team can have up to six players, and there are prizes for both 1st and 2nd place! This is a very popular event, so if you plan on bringing a team, please call (570) 326-4700 to reserve a table.
Wednesday, February 1  │  7 - 10PM
The Doug McMinn Jazz Quartet
You'll find The Doug McMinn Jazz Quartet here on the first Wednesday of every month (now in their 16th year of doing so!). This outstanding foursome features saxophonist & clarinetist Doug McMinn, guitarist Dave Brumbaugh, bassist Tim Breon (and occasionally Bill Stetz), and drummers Joel B Vincent and Rich Cummings, who take turns every other month on the drum throne. Every Wednesday evening, we offer up free, live jazz while you dine and drink here at the Bullfrog Brewery. From solo pianists to unique duos & trios to hot quartets, we've always got something on Wednesday nights to tickle your musical tastebuds while you relax with friends, grab a bite, or enjoy a beer.
Thursday, February 2  │  5 - 10PM
Wing Night
Every Thursday night is "Wing Night" here at the Bullfrog Brewery! 50¢ jumbo wings with your choice of our savory sauces, which include Mild, Hot, Honey Mustard, Sweet & Sour, Aftershock (spicy Cajun/Asian), Amphibious Inferno (seriously hot), Caribbean Jerk, Garlic, BBQ, Chipotle BBQ, and Sweet & Tangy BBQ. Or, enjoy our delicious dry rubs, including BBQ, Creole, Chesapeake (Old Bay), Salt & Vinegar, Garlic, or Ranch. Yum!!
Friday, February 3  │  9PM - MID
The Family Ties
The Family Ties makes it’s debut at The Bullfrog Brewery for a night of great original music on Friday, February 3rd. The band was founded as an acoustic duo by brothers Michael and Gino Caschera in 2010 and has evolved into a raucous, five piece roots rock band. The Family Ties live performances display a blending of poignant, descriptive lyrics, expressive melody, catchy hooks and solid rhythm section.
Sunday, February 5  │  12 - 4PM  │  Our Brunch Menu Is Served From 9AM Until 2PM
Sunday Jazz Brunch Workshop
Our Sunday Jazz Brunch Workshop is a magical, musical phenomenon that everyone should experience. The host trio of Burgess, Mitchell & Stetz (featuring the notable talents of pianist & vocalist Greg Burgess, award-winning, worldly drummer Steve Mitchell, and bassist Bill Stetz) welcomes musicians of all kinds to join in the musical adventure. Live and inspirational, you'll watch, listen and smile as songs take shape and evolve in an unrehearsed performance ... a real workshop to hone skills and express musical vision. Many guest musicians & vocalists are always on-hand to "sit in" as soloists or to be called upon to create a whole, new trio, quartet or larger ensemble, too. The Jazz Brunch Workshop, which runs from noon until 4PM, is a ritual that you'll want to be part of every Sunday! Because of the popularity of our Sunday brunch and the Jazz Brunch Workshop, reservations are strongly encouraged. Please call us at (570) 326-4700.
Sunday, February 5  │  7 - 10PM
Sean Farley
Born in Williamsport, PA, music was a part of Farley’s life at a very early age. Now his love for guitar has come full circle with a certification in Lutherie (the crafting of stringed instruments). Farley now plays guitars that he has crafted by hand. Farley has made it to the in the International Blues Challenge three times, taken the stage at the Billtown Blues Festival seven times, and has opened for bands like “Yes” and “Blue Oyster Cult.” He has shared the stage on several tours as a lead guitar player for the “Georgia Song Bird” E.G. Kight, recorded on her album “It’s Hot In Here”, and is still her main guitarist in the north east. He has performed with other musicians like Ann Rabson, Bnois King, Smokin’ Joe Kubek, “Iron Man” Michael Burks, & 2013 Grammy nominee Melissa Reaves, and more. Farley currently occupies the role of guitarist, singer, and songwriter for regional acts including Black~n~Blues and Lynn & Farley 5, and tours the country often performing solo shows. You can catch Sean here at the Bullfrog on the first Sunday night of every month!
Tuesday, February 7  │  9PM
Quizzo Pub Trivia
Test your brain on beer! Every Tuesday night, we've got Jon Mackey's Quizzo Pub Trivia starting at 9PM (and generally running until 10:30-ish). Grab some friends and find out just how much you know! Your team can have up to six players, and there are prizes for both 1st and 2nd place! This is a very popular event, so if you plan on bringing a team, please call (570) 326-4700 to reserve a table.
Wednesday, February 8  │  7 - 10PM
Natascha & The Spy Boys
Natascha & The Spy Boys play an eclectic mix of blues, jazz, soul, swing & pop. Natascha, from Berlin, Germany, has a unique, soulful voice that covers a wide range of styles ... from sultry jazz ballads & snappy swing songs to belting out straight-up, full-on blues & soul tunes. Every Wednesday evening, we offer up free, live jazz while you dine and drink here at the Bullfrog Brewery. From solo pianists to unique duos & trios to hot quartets, we've always got something on Wednesday nights to tickle your musical tastebuds while you relax with friends, grab a bite, or enjoy a beer.
Thursday, February 9  │  5 - 10PM
Wing Night
Every Thursday night is "Wing Night" here at the Bullfrog Brewery! 50¢ jumbo wings with your choice of our savory sauces, which include Mild, Hot, Honey Mustard, Sweet & Sour, Aftershock (spicy Cajun/Asian), Amphibious Inferno (seriously hot), Caribbean Jerk, Garlic, BBQ, Chipotle BBQ, and Sweet & Tangy BBQ. Or, enjoy our delicious dry rubs, including BBQ, Creole, Chesapeake (Old Bay), Salt & Vinegar, Garlic, or Ranch. Yum!!
Thursday, February 9  │  8 - 11PM  │  Welcome them back after competing in the International Blues Challenge!
Gabe Stillman & The Billtown Giants
A feel-good, fire-breathin’ freight train of the blues, Gabe Stillman & The Billtown Giants is a hard-stompin' blues band based in Northcentral Pennsylvania. Formed in 2015 by Berklee College of Music graduate Gabe Stillman, the powerhouse trio has quickly risen on the scene and continues gaining momentum following standout performances at the Lancaster Roots & Blues Festival, the Destination Blues Festival, the Billtown Blues Festival, and several shared bills with legendary blues-rockers The Nighthawks and Chicago blues powerhouse Toronzo Cannon. While the electrifying trio’s sound is unmistakably rooted in American Blues, the band draws deeply from influences of soul, R&B, funk, and New Orleans jazz & blues music, performing both original songs and well-chosen 'cover songs' paying respectful homage to the giants of the blues ... yet in the band’s own inimitable and dynamic way. But these giants always leave some mighty big footprints where ever they roam. For more about the band, their performance schedule, the latest news, and social media links, visit www.gabestillman.com.
 
A very special 'welcome home' show following the band's trip to Memphis, TN to compete in the International Blues Challenge representing Williamsport, PA, and the Billtown Blues Association!
Friday, February 10  │  9PM - MID
Keith Kenny
If the audience at a Keith Kenny show were to close their eyes for the performance they would swear that there was a full band on stage. Kenny's fans, however, are too busy dancing to the one-man act's layered guitar riffs, foot stomping percussion, blues harp and emotionally charged vocals to even think about looking away. His new LIVE album captures the true essence of his “one man band” performances spanning genres from gritty rock and roll to electrified folk and blues. The New Jersey native is able to emulate the sound of a full rock band with his percussive fingerstyle approach to the acoustic guitar and an array of effects pedals. Kenny even customized a vintage red suitcase to use as a kick drum which has appeared with him on stage for nearly a decade of live performances. His debut appearances at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park paved the way for Kenny’s developing one-man band show and led him into the national touring circuit and beyond. During his most recent “Big Red Suitcase Tour” Kenny performed in over 50 U.S. cities from coast to coast and was invited to headline a series of benefit concerts in SE Asia. In recent years he has shared the stage with the likes of Keller Williams, Leon Russell, John Hammond Jr., New Riders of the Purple Sage, The Zen Tricksters, and John Kadlecik (Further & Dark Star Orchestra).
Saturday, February 11  │  9PM - MID
The Howlin' Brothers
The Howlin’ Brothers are a Nashville based string band composed of Ian Craft, JT Huskey, and Jared Green. Anchored in a bed of
old-time blues and bluegrass, their upbeat shows are heavy with original and traditional music, featuring the sounds of slide
banjo, harmonica and old-time fiddle. Sounding like what would happen if a bunch of Appalachian punk rockers formed a jug-band,
The Howlin’ Brothers play with a ferocious energy that drags you in and finds you boogieing along in spite of yourself.
Sunday, February 12  │  12 - 4PM  │  Our Brunch Menu Is Served From 9AM Until 2PM
Sunday Jazz Brunch Workshop
Our Sunday Jazz Brunch Workshop is a magical, musical phenomenon that everyone should experience. The host trio of Burgess, Mitchell & Stetz (featuring the notable talents of pianist & vocalist Greg Burgess, award-winning, worldly drummer Steve Mitchell, and bassist Bill Stetz) welcomes musicians of all kinds to join in the musical adventure. Live and inspirational, you'll watch, listen and smile as songs take shape and evolve in an unrehearsed performance ... a real workshop to hone skills and express musical vision. Many guest musicians & vocalists are always on-hand to "sit in" as soloists or to be called upon to create a whole, new trio, quartet or larger ensemble, too. The Jazz Brunch Workshop, which runs from noon until 4PM, is a ritual that you'll want to be part of every Sunday! Because of the popularity of our Sunday brunch and the Jazz Brunch Workshop, reservations are strongly encouraged. Please call us at (570) 326-4700.
Sunday, February 12  │  8 - 11PM
The Fritz
THE FRITZ IS LIVE ROCK. THE FRITZ IS LIVE FUNK. THE FRITZ IS LIVE MUSIC. After four years of traveling the East Coast, steadily building a reputation as a live act not to be missed, Asheville music ambassadors The Fritz, played a strong year of sets showing thousands of new fans what throngs of Southeastern music lovers have known for years: The Fritz likes to get funky. As much as they take their funk seriously, the band takes it’s rock-honed songwriting just as seriously, but the wellcrafted song is not the only final product in the live forum. Individually, the members of The Fritz are masters of improvisation, carefully weaving their personality into each performance. While the music may range from hard driving soul to progressive rock, a common thread of The Fritz’s passionate energy reigns true in each show. Whether live or in the studio, the band creates an energetic dance party every time. In March of 2013, The Fritz released Bootstrap, a collection of songs written over their years touring the Southeast. The boys played their biggest year to date in 2015. Completing appearances at festivals such as Wakarusa and Camp Barefoot, they are currently working on their upcoming third audio and video release. New fans and old eagerly anticipate the new music. The Fritz looks forward to a great year in 2016, as they continue their relentless drive to bring intoxicating live music to crowds everywhere.
Monday, February 13  │  8 - 11PM
DYNOHUNTER
DYNOHUNTER is truly a breath of fresh air to the world of electronic dance music. With a sound embraced by fans of house and techno and a live performance fueled by the organic energy of live instrumentation, their music is undeniable on the dance floor. DYNOHUNTER's ability to blend deep electronic influences with live saxophone, bass, and drums forges a new path in the vast expanse of electronic music. Their sound journeys from dark tribal meditations, exotic rhythms, and deep hypnotic grooves to hard hitting dance tracks, uplifting melodies, and soulful improvisations. Equally at home playing underground clubs and festival mainstages, DYNOHUNTER brings a relentless and unmatched energy to each and every set. They've opened for some of the biggest names in livetronica including Conspirator, Eoto, Opiuo, Ott, and The New Deal as well as supporting world renowned DJ's Shpongle, Bonobo, Infected Mushroom, Klingande, and The M Machine. No stranger to the festival community DYNOHUNTER has performed at music festivals across the country including Wakarusa, Summercamp, Joshua Tree, Sonic Bloom, & Great North. With an unparalleled work ethic and a one of a kind performance DYNOHUNTER has established themselves as the livetronica artist to watch. DYNOHUNTER has set themselves apart from the pack by creating timeless music that speaks to true lovers of dance music. Always paying respect to the artists that have inspired them and paved the way, yet always striving to make music that is contemporary and progressive, a genuine expression of their own unique human experiences and a reflection of the times
Tuesday, February 14  │  9PM
Quizzo Pub Trivia
Test your brain on beer! Every Tuesday night, we've got Jon Mackey's Quizzo Pub Trivia starting at 9PM (and generally running until 10:30-ish). Grab some friends and find out just how much you know! Your team can have up to six players, and there are prizes for both 1st and 2nd place! This is a very popular event, so if you plan on bringing a team, please call (570) 326-4700 to reserve a table.
Wednesday, February 15  │  7 - 10PM
The Ken Wittman Trio
Great jazz (and some other fun stuff) from the trio of Ken Wittman (bass), Rod Chubb (guitar & vocals) and Joel B Vincent (drums). Every Wednesday evening, we offer up free, live jazz while you dine and drink here at the Bullfrog Brewery. From solo pianists to unique duos & trios to hot quartets, we've always got something on Wednesday nights to tickle your musical tastebuds while you relax with friends, grab a bite, or enjoy a beer.
Thursday, February 16  │  5 - 10PM
Wing Night
Every Thursday night is "Wing Night" here at the Bullfrog Brewery! 50¢ jumbo wings with your choice of our savory sauces, which include Mild, Hot, Honey Mustard, Sweet & Sour, Aftershock (spicy Cajun/Asian), Amphibious Inferno (seriously hot), Caribbean Jerk, Garlic, BBQ, Chipotle BBQ, and Sweet & Tangy BBQ. Or, enjoy our delicious dry rubs, including BBQ, Creole, Chesapeake (Old Bay), Salt & Vinegar, Garlic, or Ranch. Yum!!
Friday, February 17  │  9PM - MID
Chris Rattie & The Brush Valley Rumblers
Everything moves in cycles, an unstoppable circular motion. This idea is inescapable in our daily lives. From day to night, summer to winter, and life to death, change is inevitable. The wisest of us accept it and do our best while we hold tight to this giant rock hurtling itself around the sun. The best artists embrace change and channel it with all of the joy, terror, excitement, and sadness these cycles bring. Chris Rattie’s debut album All These Things is born of that acceptance and embrace. There are songs like “So Long”, yearning for the hopeful change of moving onto new places. Opposing this is “The Way it’s got to be”, about a man who has worn out his welcome. For his own safety, he has no choice but to move on. There is the angry “Burn em’ Down”, boiling over with fury at the injustice in the world, at a society unwilling to change and content to sleepwalk through it all. All These Things is the most recent step in a journey that began in the coal dust of North Eastern Pennsylvania. The middle child of three brothers, Chris started as a drummer in a family band with his father on bass and older brother John on guitar. He learned as a teenager about the late nights and hard work it takes to be in a bar band. Chris has said, ” I learned by watching my Dad, he used to work sometimes 7 days a week in a factory and still had the energy to rock with us. One summer I worked at that factory with him. We would drive all night after a gig and go straight to work. I’ve always tried to carry that kind of heart and work ethic with me.” In his early 20’s, Chris started writing his own songs. Within a few years he became part of a central Pennsylvania based band called The Rustlanders. The band released an album, began relentlessly touring, and the “big machine” started to take notice. By 2010, through the unexplainable twists of fate in the music business, The Rustlanders were recording their 2nd album with Grammy winning producer Don Was. The album was recorded in two short weeks in LA’s famed East/West studios. Unfortunately,the album would never see the light of day. A post from late 2011 on the band’s page reads, ” Circumstances beyond our control with our label/management have left us with an incredible record that we are unable to release. It is a heartbreaking situation to say the least.” In the wake of this disappointment and after years of touring, The Rustlanders went their separate ways. Back to square one again. Back to cycles, change, and unstoppable circular motion. Chris made his way back home to the rolling hills of Brush Valley. He began sorting through the up’s and down’s, the victories, and the failures. It wasn’t long before Chris began writing songs again, channeling all of the experience of living out of a van and playing from town to town, state to state. Throughout the fall and winter of 2012, in a small, isolated studio in Central Pennsylvania, Chris began recording what would become All These Things. Driving over frozen country roads and passing Amish buggies, it was a long way from the fast pace and plastic veneer of a studio on the Sunset Strip. Chris says, “I didn’t know I was making a record at the time. I was just recording with my brother for the fun of it. We were searching for new sounds and looking for a different path. I was busting my ass on a Christmas tree farm during the day and recording all night in this lonely studio, tiring times!” There was a wiser, world hardened voice singing the lyrics now, sometimes cynical, sometimes hopeful. “There’s an end to all these things–this hard life brings” Chris sings on the gentle title track. With All These Things, Chris Rattie has given us a handful of tunes embedded with the truth. Every one of them, whether hopeful or bleak, embrace whatever cycle the songs character happens to be in. In all of these songs the old constants ; love, life, failure, and resurgence still hold true, and ring through every note. Now, with his band, The Brush Valley Rumblers, Chris is back to it and running the motor hot. This rough and rowdy powerhouse band is the perfect vehicle for the raw emotion contained in his new collection of songs. The cycle has taken a turn towards the excitement of new beginnings. Things have come full circle yet again.
Saturday, February 18  │  9PM - MID
Gang Of Thieves
High energy and a good time is the hallmark of Burlington, Vermont’s Gang of Thieves. Nominated for “2013 Rock Act of the Year” by the New England Music Awards, Gang of Thieves cook up a stew of influences ranging from Red Hot Chili Peppers and Sublime to Rage Against the Machine and Led Zeppelin. These Green Mountain funk-rockers have won over diverse audiences coast-to-coast, hitting the stage for the Vans Warped Tour on the one hand, and playing with monster Jam sensation Twiddle on the other. The key to this universal appeal is the infectious sense of fun and showmanship, delivered with a hint of spiritual and political awareness, without any preachy self-righteousness. The penchant for funky grooves that anchor the band’s original songs can be heard in their new EP “Mantra”, the followup to their highly praised “Thunderfunk” album recorded in Berkeley, CA with Grammy award winning producer Michael Rosen (Santana, Rancid, Less Than Jake).
Sunday, February 19  │  12 - 4PM  │  Our Brunch Menu Is Served From 9AM Until 2PM
Sunday Jazz Brunch Workshop
Our Sunday Jazz Brunch Workshop is a magical, musical phenomenon that everyone should experience. The host trio of Burgess, Mitchell & Stetz (featuring the notable talents of pianist & vocalist Greg Burgess, award-winning, worldly drummer Steve Mitchell, and bassist Bill Stetz) welcomes musicians of all kinds to join in the musical adventure. Live and inspirational, you'll watch, listen and smile as songs take shape and evolve in an unrehearsed performance ... a real workshop to hone skills and express musical vision. Many guest musicians & vocalists are always on-hand to "sit in" as soloists or to be called upon to create a whole, new trio, quartet or larger ensemble, too. The Jazz Brunch Workshop, which runs from noon until 4PM, is a ritual that you'll want to be part of every Sunday! Because of the popularity of our Sunday brunch and the Jazz Brunch Workshop, reservations are strongly encouraged. Please call us at (570) 326-4700.
Sunday, February 19  │  7 - 9PM
Van Wagner
Van Wagner. Born in Pennsylvania. Lives in Pennsylvania. Makes music. Mined coal. Logged trees. Teaches kids. Van Wagner is an educator. In the classroom, he teaches Environmental Science at Lewisburg High School. He has been selected as Conservation Educator of the Year in 2005 from Schuylkill County and in 2007 and 2009 in Union County. In 2012 he was awarded the Sandy Cochran award for natural resource education from the Pennsylvania Forestry Association. Outside of the classroom he educates audiences with his music and programs on Pennsylvania history. His music has been featured on the History Channel and WVIA-TV, as well as Country Music Television (CMT). He has released 18 original albums and published a book entitled "Coal Dust Rust and Saw Dust." His music and programs not only entertain but inspire audiences to become involved in learning more.
Monday, February 20  │  8 - 11PM
Seth Adam
Singer/songwriter Seth Adam writes compelling, genuine songs with honest lyrics. The alt-country, Americana rocker draws comparisons to Counting Crows, Tom Petty, Ryan Adams, and Jason Isbell. For more about Seth, visit his website at: http://sethadam.com/about/.
Tuesday, February 21  │  9PM
Quizzo Pub Trivia
Test your brain on beer! Every Tuesday night, we've got Jon Mackey's Quizzo Pub Trivia starting at 9PM (and generally running until 10:30-ish). Grab some friends and find out just how much you know! Your team can have up to six players, and there are prizes for both 1st and 2nd place! This is a very popular event, so if you plan on bringing a team, please call (570) 326-4700 to reserve a table.
Wednesday, February 22  │  7 - 10PM
Organ Trio East
A phenomenal jazz trio featuring trombonist Jay Vonada, keyboardist Steve Adams, and drummer Tom James. Every Wednesday evening, we offer up free, live jazz while you dine and drink here at the Bullfrog Brewery. From solo pianists to unique duos & trios to hot quartets, we've always got something on Wednesday nights to tickle your musical tastebuds while you relax with friends, grab a bite, or enjoy a beer.
Thursday, February 23  │  5 - 10PM
Wing Night
Every Thursday night is "Wing Night" here at the Bullfrog Brewery! 50¢ jumbo wings with your choice of our savory sauces, which include Mild, Hot, Honey Mustard, Sweet & Sour, Aftershock (spicy Cajun/Asian), Amphibious Inferno (seriously hot), Caribbean Jerk, Garlic, BBQ, Chipotle BBQ, and Sweet & Tangy BBQ. Or, enjoy our delicious dry rubs, including BBQ, Creole, Chesapeake (Old Bay), Salt & Vinegar, Garlic, or Ranch. Yum!!
BAND INFO LINKS:   ILLITERATE LIGHT     NORTHERN WITH GLASSES     THE SCOTT PEMBERTON BAND     SONDORBLUE
Sunday, February 26  │  12 - 4PM  │  Our Brunch Menu Is Served From 9AM Until 2PM
Sunday Jazz Brunch Workshop
Our Sunday Jazz Brunch Workshop is a magical, musical phenomenon that everyone should experience. The host trio of Burgess, Mitchell & Stetz (featuring the notable talents of pianist & vocalist Greg Burgess, award-winning, worldly drummer Steve Mitchell, and bassist Bill Stetz) welcomes musicians of all kinds to join in the musical adventure. Live and inspirational, you'll watch, listen and smile as songs take shape and evolve in an unrehearsed performance ... a real workshop to hone skills and express musical vision. Many guest musicians & vocalists are always on-hand to "sit in" as soloists or to be called upon to create a whole, new trio, quartet or larger ensemble, too. The Jazz Brunch Workshop, which runs from noon until 4PM, is a ritual that you'll want to be part of every Sunday! Because of the popularity of our Sunday brunch and the Jazz Brunch Workshop, reservations are strongly encouraged. Please call us at (570) 326-4700.
Sunday, February 26  │  8 - 11PM
SondorBlue
SondorBlue is an alt-rock four-piece band with three lead singers. Their tight, soaring harmonies might remind you of The Beatles or Crosby, Stills and Nash, but the SondorBlue sound is entirely contemporary. John, Connor and Andrew pass around the vocals within their emotional and carefully crafted songs and, when they sing together, a magical fourth voice is created that is uniquely SondorBlue. The members of SondorBlue grew up on Hilton Head where they all played music and excelled in school and sports, especially baseball. In 2011, Andrew Halley and Connor Hollifield met at a pick-up basketball game on Hilton Head. When they sat down and talked music after the game, and later that day Connor sent Andrew a YouTube video of him performing an original song. They started playing and writing together, and soon started doing local gigs around the island: vocalist and multi-instrumentalist John Sheehan joined them a year later. In 2015, as the shows got larger, including season-long weekend residencies at various local resorts, Drew Lewis joined them on drums. The band believes that we are all connected and that music is the way to bring people together in peace and harmony. “Sondor” is a word that describes the unique life story carried in each one of us and, through SondorBlue’s lyrics and music, we can share this connection between us all
Monday, February 27  │  8 - 11PM
Ramblin' Dan Stevens
Ramblin' Dan Stevens performs a mix of traditional finger style blues, americana and originals and has entertained audiences throughout the United States, Germany, UK, Canada, and U.S. Virgin Islands. His unique style of "bottleneck" slide playing popularized by early Mississippi Delta bluesmen includes use of a homemade, three-stringed "Cigar Box Guitar" and one stringed "Diddly Bow," both primitive blues instruments. A finalist in the International Blues Challenge on Beale Street in Memphis, TN, and protege of the legendary folk and blues icon Dave Van Ronk, Dan has been lauded as a raconteur and for the authenticity of his approach. Dave’s career has recently been highlighted by the release of the Coen Brothers movie “Inside Llewyn Davis”, set in the Greenwich Village scene in the 60s. Also, Dan plays regularly in the New York City Subway System in locations such as Times Square and Grand Central Terminal.
Tuesday, February 28  │  9PM
Quizzo Pub Trivia
Test your brain on beer! Every Tuesday night, we've got Jon Mackey's Quizzo Pub Trivia starting at 9PM (and generally running until 10:30-ish). Grab some friends and find out just how much you know! Your team can have up to six players, and there are prizes for both 1st and 2nd place! This is a very popular event, so if you plan on bringing a team, please call (570) 326-4700 to reserve a table.
Wednesday, March 1  │  7 - 10PM
The Doug McMinn Jazz Quartet
You'll find The Doug McMinn Jazz Quartet here on the first Wednesday of every month (now in their 16th year of doing so!). This outstanding foursome features saxophonist & clarinetist Doug McMinn, guitarist Dave Brumbaugh, bassist Tim Breon (and occasionally Bill Stetz), and drummers Joel B Vincent and Rich Cummings, who take turns every other month on the drum throne. Every Wednesday evening, we offer up free, live jazz while you dine and drink here at the Bullfrog Brewery. From solo pianists to unique duos & trios to hot quartets, we've always got something on Wednesday nights to tickle your musical tastebuds while you relax with friends, grab a bite, or enjoy a beer.
 
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