Sugar Creek Supper Club

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This is a private music club, where the patrons value the luxury of a quiet listening environment away from the noisy crowds at other places. We love to be able to spread out comfortably and to hear the music and the lyrics. But there is space for dancing when your feet just can't resist the beat! Mac & Pat McAllister want to thank you for your support of the music these last two seasons. Even though the Corona Virus put a damper on things for the last five months, we have tried to keep the music going for both you, the listeners, and the musicians. Your attendance makes this possible! And thanks to all the Local Color Alumni who are still answering the call for good music! A little bit of Local Color lives on up here on the mountain.

TONIGHT at 6:00 PM
 
Allen Tolbert Unit

With decades of professional experience, The Allen Tolbert Unit is an acoustic band with influences ranging from the Bluegrass sounds of Alison Krauss and Tony Rice to the Jazz sounds of John Coltrane and Miles Davis, with a touch of Bill Monroe and Ralph Stanley. Having opened for acts such as The John Cowan Band, Dread Clampitt, Mike Marshall and Edgar Meyer, The Allen Tolbert Unit is known for its rich musical heritage. The band features guitar, mandolin and bass as well as a banjo or second guitar occasionally.  Luke Black & Mountain Grass Unit will open the evening.  $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
Allen Tolbert Unit
Friday, March 12 at 6:30 PM
 
the Red Coats

Early Beatles music by Mark Lanter, Brad Wolfe, Peyton Grant, Aaron Branson & J. Willoughby.  Early Beatles music by Mark Lanter, Brad Wolfe, Peyton Grant, Aaron Branson & J. Willoughby. They will perform a new show that picks up where the show they've always done left off. Mark is designating the two Red Coats shows now as Beatlemania Part 1 and Part 2, and he makes this show special with back stories and anecdotes from the glory days of Beatlemania.   $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
the Red Coats
Saturday, March 27 at 6:00 PM
 
the Martini Shakers

 Are you ready for some Rockabilly? Are you ready for rockin' music and hearty laughs? Jory Lee and Billy are coming back to Hog Mountain again! Jory Lee's vocals and Billy's slap bass are top notch. Crowd favorites, they always deliver a fab, high energy show. Be there or be square!  $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
the Martini Shakers
Saturday, April 3 at 6:00 PM
 
"Three for 3" or, Really Three on a String

 Three on a String with Jerry, Andy & Brad (Bobby is busy elsewhere). They will be doing lots of different stuff, and probably more folk music and silly jokes (your friendly webmaster's favorite). Be sure to see this day-before-Easter event! Will Zeb have an Easter story in his skit? You won't know if you don't come.  $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
"Three for 3" or, Really Three on a String
Saturday, April 10 at 6:00 PM
 
Cottonmouth Creek

 The Snakes are coming back to Hog Mountain! Cliff Abbott, Kevin Atkins, Mike Caldwell, and Steve Tourtellotte are Cottonmouth Creek, a folksy but edgy little ol' bluegrass band based in Birmingham, Alabama. While their bluegrass roots are deep, they've been known to get off the reservation a bit with adaptations of songs from various other genres. Have you ever heard Rolling Stones or Moody Blues done in Bluegrass?   $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
Cottonmouth Creek
Saturday, April 24 at 6:00 PM
 
the Dill Pickers

 This six-member ensemble is remarkable! They constantly swap instruments, sing in stacked harmonies and do funny skits that will make your sides hurt. We only get to have them once a year, so don't miss this one. Make reservations early!   $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
the Dill Pickers
Saturday, May 8 at 6:00 PM
 
Three on a String

 Spend part of your Mother's Day weekend with Three on a String! Bring your mother, wife, or significant other (especially if she's a "Rookie") and listen to the music, stories, and silly stuff for which we love these guys to pieces.  $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
Three on a String
Saturday, May 15 at 6:00 PM
 
Ca$h Domino Killers

 Birmingham's hopped-up cool cats, bringing you music from the decade that gave us rock & roll! Rockabilly to doo-wop and everything in between!  $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
Ca$h Domino Killers
Saturday, May 22 at 6:00 PM
 
Variety Show!

 Sugar Creek will bring together a selection of musicians for your musical entertainment. So far we've scheduled Jerry Ryan & Blue the Dog, Mark Custer, Kelli Johnson, and Brad Ryan (all of whom are your friendly webmaster's perennial favorites). More artists to be announced at a later date. But we promise you'll love them all, so make a reservation early!  $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
Variety Show!
Saturday, June 5 at 6:00 PM
 
Phillip David Harris

 Country music singer & songwriter. Nominee for New Artist of the Year by the Inspirational Country Music Awards in Nashville. Phillip writes songs from the heart and from his soul. Life experiences have given him a rich vault of memories, plus his wonderful wife and large family keep him grounded in the here and now.  $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
Phillip David Harris
Saturday, August 28 at 6:00 PM
 
the Martini Shakers

 The Martini Shakers play authentic, atomic-powered rockabilly the way it sounded in 1954--wide open and furious! Come on up to Hog Mountain and rock on for the last Sugar Creek event of the summer! Don't knock it if you haven't ROCKED it!  $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
the Martini Shakers
Friday, December 31 at 6:00 PM
 
This is a Test

 This is not a real event! Your friendly Webmaster is using this event to test automatic e-mails. If you make a reservation for this test event, be prepared to get lots of e-mails you don't want!    
This is a Test
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