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♫ Adventures in Karaoke: Starring YOU! Hosted by EJ Mac McClanahan. Join us for Fun + Song at The Junction Lounge on May 1st from 8:30 pm to Close. No Cover. 21+ ♫ With Karaoke powered by Redhouse Productions, we have a Library over 40,000 tracks including some songs in Spanish and French. Or, you can perform to your own CDG. We play some of your favorite dance tracks between singers. Every night is a new Adventure. ♦ Sam or Trish will be serving up the Liquid Courage. • The Junction is an "Okay for Radio" venue, so, please, no explicit lyrics.•Save
Sounds Like: Official Tower of Power FAN Page, Ronnie Laws, Gerald Albright
Bio: Entertainer, Mac McClanahan is currently working with the Bands -- Foster Campbell and Friends as a Saxman/Vocalist/Arranger, The Blue Deacons: Steely Dan Tribute as a Saxman/Editor and Al Garcia and the Rhythm Kings as a Saxman/Vocalist. Mac also performs as a Karaoke Host (KJ) for Redhouse Prod...See Full Bio
: Mac McClanahan (Sax Assured) has a show on 05/30/2015 at 09:00 PM @ The ... in Bakersfield, CA... http://t.co/NE4ZUrBI7i
“Last Friday's final show of 2013 for Steely Dan tribute band The Blue Deacons at On the Rocks was one of the coolest shows I've caught all year long. Organized by downtown troubadour Chris Carton, ...the result was beyond what I expected. Let's begin with the stellar jazzy lineup: Paul Perez, sax; Mac McClanahan, sax; Michael C. Raney, trumpet; Ron Christian, trombone; Fernando Montoya, flute; Gary Rink, bass; Tyler Evans, guitar; Paul Cierley, guitar; Cesareo Garasa, drums; Daniel Hardy, keys; Candace Evans, vocals; Alisa Spencer, vocals; and Salvador Galindo, vocals and guitar. All assembled by Carton, who led on keys and lead vocals, The Blue Deacons put on a mind-blowing three-set, 30-song show of classics that included the Steely Dan album "Aja," in its entirety. ...the audience could be seen lip-synching along to every lyric. Plenty of wild Steely Dan fan dancing too. Let's hope Carton keeps this great project alive and well for next year.”