Sneakin Out’ and Dakota Bob

Sneakin' OutAs promised in the last post, Mock Crest Tavern is full of fantastic music all weekend long. To begin with, Sneakin’ Out performs Friday night followed by Dakota Bob and the Business Man’s Blues Band Saturday evening.

Expect another packed house Friday night before Sneakin’ Out even begins to play. With a solid reputation preceding their talents, fans arrive at least an hour early. The show begins at 9:00 p.m.

Sneakin’ Out has opened for famous singers including kd lang, John Jorgenson and Pink Martini. They also released their CD, “Train Wreck” that’s available to  purchase on My Space.

Members Include:

  • David Gerow  on the mandolin
  • Don Henson on percussion
  • Mike Cheddar Schmitt  on bass

You won’t want to miss Dakota Bob and the Business Men Blues Band Saturday night at 9 p.m.

Dakota Bob has several years of experience, and is a well-recognized musician throughout the North and Midwest. Previously with a group in Washington, he later began playing with a Jazz band  from Portland. The group clicked and formed the band “Dakota Bob and the Business Men Blues”.

Members Include:

  1. Dakota Bob – Guitar and Harmonica
  2. Kdawg – Bass
  3. Johnny – Drums

Bob discovered his love for playing while diagnosed with a terminal illness. The prescribed medication came with side effects of  flu-like symptoms and Bob often found himself exhausted. He found that while playing his harp, the side affects lessened and he found a renewed energy.

Hop over to his website for tunes and photos.

Don’t look forward to going back to work on Mondays? Mock Crest Tavern hosts free poker every Monday at 7 p.m. so come on in, kick back and relax.

Have a great week, and we’ll see ya there!

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