3 Bands For 3 Bucks: Every first Thursday of the month at Venice Cafe, 1903 Pestalozzi, 63118. All STL artists, curated by Suzie Cue. December's line-up: Bryan Ranney, Curtis Brewer, Suzie Cue & The Terrible 2s. Doors at 9 pm; music at 9:30. Bryan Ranney: Whether he's playing mandolin or guitar, Bryan Ranney will make your foot tap and your cold heart melt with his pop-folk tunes and always-soothing vocals. Check him out here: http://www.reverbnation.com/bryanranney Curtis Brewer: More commonly known as a guitarist in STL rock band Kentucky Knife Fight and co-founder of indie rock band Yankee Racer. He can hold it down on his own just fine too though, believe us. Check him out here: http://www.reverbnation.com/curtbrewer Suzie Cue & The Terrible 2s: Suzie Cue is a singer/songwriter known for her tiny stature, big voice, and crunchy acoustic guitar chords. Oh, and being silly and sassy on-stage. Her band fills out her writing well, balancing the dark parts of it with a toe-tapping rhythm section. Check her out here: http://suziecuemusic.blogspot.com/ Ages 21+. Venice Cafe is a cash-only bar. ATM available.
Sounds Like: Jeff Buckley, Bucky Pizzarelli, Steve Cropper, Brent Mason, Omar Rodríguez-López
Label: Amerigo (Indie)
Manager: Jonathan Bouvier
Bio: A 7-String jazz guitarist. A 6-string rock & country guitar scientist. A 5-string banjo tyro. - Curtis Brewer -
Fresh out of high school, Curt Brewer departed for Southern Illinois University to study with legendary 7-string jazz guitarist Rick Haydon. While at SIUE, Brewer spent his time inter...See Full Bio
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“Kentucky Knife Fight’s unique blend of twang-tinged, muddy, sensual blues rock stomp can only be truly experienced live. And with the band’s frequent touring throughout the Midwest and South (including a stop at this year’s Twangfest/KDHX SXSW day party in Austin, TX) more and more folks are being converted. You may show up on Wednesday night of Twangfest at The Pageant to see Hayes Carll but you’ll likely go home talking about Kentucky Knife Fight.”