Van Gogh-gos Midnight Market ft. Jangle Leg / Jaggermouth / Octo Gato / Shorty the Giant / Chilean Slang Fri. 2/19
live music from 8:30-11:30
DRUNKEN CUDDLE on tour from Denver Colordo!
Jangle Leg from Lake Worth FL
RICKETT PASS on tour from Lansing Michagin
Jangle Leg from Lake Worth FL
Shotgun Betty from Lake Worth FL
Live music from JANGLE LEG
In the summer of 2011, random events and a spontaneous adventure through New York city brought Jangle Leg, and El Gato together and soon enough the tunes started rollin in and the Janglin began.
Jangle Leg Callaway
Guitar, vocals, harmonica, drums, kazzoo, bells
Marvin Ray Hawkins
“Music for relaxing and dancing can be found all across the Treasure Coast. More comprehensive lists of art, music, comedy, theater, family fun and special events on the Treasure Coast can be found online at the #TCPalmSocial section of www.tcpalm.com”
“From a one-man band to a Janglin' Duo to a full-fledged gaggle of swamp rockers, Lake Worth's Jangle Leg has seen much growth since lead singer Chuck Callaway started the project three years ago. Although Jangle Leg has been a longtime fixture in the South Florida music scene, Half Way There and the release of its first music video, "Rock Bottom," officially put the band on the map. Having five members has suited them well, giving their music a much fuller sound that Callaway long desired. Their first release is full of ditties about partying too hard, getting stranded on the side of the road, and just hanging out with the boys. Twangy bass lines from Marvin Ray Hawkins keep the music flowing, even with its dirty-country sound, and Felix Maldonado's banjo strums add powerful kicks that make you want to get up and dance. Jangle Leg's fierce spirit makes Palm Beach County proud. — Olivia Feldman”
“Lake Worth's blue grass gypsy trash band Jangle Leg has graced South Florida with its musical presence for the past year, and this Friday the band will grace Delray’s Vintage Tap with its unique and infectious melodies. The show also celebrates the release of Jangle Leg's debut EP Half Way There, which contains five original songs that will comprise half of its full length album. Also, the $10 cover gets you a complimentary CD. And no, millennials, that's not a Frisbee. It's what's known as a "CD." Got a Jangle Leg t-shirt? Wear it and you'll get $1 off your cover. Mylo Ranger and The Scarecrow Jenkins Brimstone Jamboree will be joining the party along with Jjacks Grill Food Truck for all your drunchie needs.
“Three Bad Jacks is a rarity in music. The band's been together for almost two decades, touring since it formed in Los Angeles in 1995, and members still manage it themselves.
Even after performing with such music legends as Joe Strummer and Dwight Yoakam, along with creating a springboard for the West Coast sound, guitarist and lead singer Elvis Suissa still books every gig.
"We've survived. Most bands are together for three years and then they're done," he says. "Being significant and still being able to headline theaters is sort of a miracle."
The rockabilly-psychobilly trio will be bringing its raucous sounds to the Kreepy Tiki Lounge in Fort Lauderdale on Sunday night, alongside South Florida locals the Riot Act and Jangle Leg.”
“A lot of the bands here are a lot more humble than you'd think they are, with how popular they are. Like I said, I was with Everymen for two years, those guys are still some of the most humble guys you'll ever meet. I've been in bands before where once you're around even for a year and you're playing shows every weekend, the attitude within the band just changes so much. And it's not like that around here. Everyone still sees you and they still love you from the first time they saw you to knowing you three years later. They still want to see what you're up to and the fans of Everymen have been really supportive of us and come out to shows.”
“One of the last bands to perform, Lake Worth bluegrass outfit Jangle Leg, turned the inside of LongBoards from a surf-inspired restaurant into an underground rock club. The band, led by guitarist and harmonica player Chuck Callaway, busted out tunes that sounded like Johnny Cash on crack. One of the highlights of Jangle Leg's set was band member Croosh, a big, shirtless guy who played a washboard with spoons, draped over his sweaty chest. The band concluded its set with a cover of the classic sea shanty "Drunken Sailor," to which guys playfully moshed and girls jigged and square-danced.”
Oct 17th Poorhouse w/ The Riot Act
Oct 19th Monterey Club
Haven't put up a band blog in quite sometime. So here's an update on what Jangle...
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