Join us for the November’s edition of Best Album Ever, Tonight. Come hang out, stretch your toes, lean back and enjoy Fleetwood Mac’s bazillion-selling masterpiece, Rumours, in its entirety. All ages. BYO. Doors at 8:30PM, music at 9PM. No cover, but we’ll pass the hat for an important nonprofit.
Between 1970 and 1973, Rod Stewart released three brilliant records with Faces, and three brilliant solo records, in our opinion, the hottest streak in the history of rock ’n’ roll. We’re celebrating the sweetest spot of the hit parade, with 1971’s breakthrough, Every Picture Tells a Story. Don’t it, though? All ages. BYO. Doors at 8:30PM, music at 9PM. No cover, but we’ll pass the hat for an important nonprofit.
We welcome back our resident squatters, The Legendary Trainhoppers, for a special year-end show, celebrating the 2017 release of LET IT BREATHE. Followed downstairs at BFA by a set by their own resident squatters, The Jury. Live your life alive, Fort Wayne. Tickets on sale in time for the holidays…
A little shy of two decades—20 years!?!—since its summer-’98 release, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill casts a shadow as long as the day it was released. Four sides of vinyl, every side of Ms. Hill. All ages. BYO. Doors at 8:30PM, music at 9PM. No cover, but we’ll pass the hat for an important nonprofit.
Songwritin’, pickin’, stompin’, harp-blowin’, singin’ and travelin’ man Tim Easton returns to The B-Side for a special, mega-intimate show. As always, Tim arrives fresh from Alaska, Australia, Europe and, well, any/everywhere in the world. All ages, BYO; tickets on sale in time for the holidays…
If you really, really, really put the pressure on OLG’s Matt Kelley, and told him he was banished to a desert island with just one record, he’d take one that wasn’t a record at all—but rather, this bootleg recording of a Bruce Springsteen concert. Broadcast live on WMMR, this club performance—as the band was finishing up the tour supporting The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle and about to start recording sessions for Born to Run—features some of the first-ever performances of BtR material, wild covers, and ridiculous extended arrangements of songs from Bruce’s first two records. A masterstroke. All ages. BYO. Doors at 8:30PM, music at 9PM. No cover, but we’ll pass the hat for an important nonprofit.
The Legendary Trainhoppers, an Americana band from Fort Wayne, will perform the first live version of Best Album Ever, Tonight, covering a seminal, all-time-great recording in its entirety. The band may or may not announce what album they’re covering before the show; but trust us, it’s gonna really be something. All ages. BYO. Doors at 8:30PM, music at 9PM. $10.
Here's the thing: OLG didn't book all of these shows. Sometimes, we share The B-Side with folks who need a unique venue for the envelope-pushing event they've been dreaming up, from a ______ to an __________. (You fill in the blanks—we can't bear the thought of limiting your imagination.) Prone to wild ideas? We'd love to hear from you.
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