Thanksgiving is this Thursday, November 28th, and Mock Crest Tavern has a perfect menu for you. You’ll enjoy someone else cooking for you as you relax and get your belly full. Mock Crest will open Thanksgiving day at 9 a.m.! The menu is only $9.95 and includes:
- roast turkey
- mashed potatoes and gravy
- vegetable roll
And on Friday, join Mock Crest Tavern for the Civil War game beginning at 4 p.m.
You won’t want to miss Bob Mader (Dakota Bob) and the Business Men Blues Band Friday night, November 29th, at Mock Crest Tavern. The performance begins at 9 p.m. Dakota Bob has played for years, and well-recognized throughout the North and Midwest. Previously with a group in Washington, he later began playing with a Jazz band group from Portland. The group clicked and formed the band “Dakota Bob and the Business Men Blues”.
- Dakota Bob – Guitar and Harmonica
- Kdawg – Bass
- Johnny – Drums
Dakota Bob began his music career as Harmonica Bob, but after locating someone with the same name, he changed it to Dakota Bob. Not long after, he connected with other musicians and began learning Old Chicago Blues songs. He soon earned a reputation as a well-respected musician with the “Blues Cronies”.
Hop over to his website for tunes, photos and more.
Tracey Fordice and the 8-balls perform Saturday, November 30th, at 9:00 p.m. They’re recognized for their Rockin’ Blues, soulful ballads, covers and also original tunes.
Tracey Fordice, formerly known as Tracey Bunch, offers a unique and powerful voice. Tracey also plays the piano and offers her song-writing talents that blend a mix of creativity and depth to the blues community. She has performed in the Pacific NW for more than 40 years.
- Tracey Fordice – Songwriter, keyboards, guitar, and vocals
- Randy Yearout – Songwriter, guitars, and vocals
- Johnnie Corrie – Drums and vocals
- Rudi Spain – Bass and vocals
- Bob Demary – Guitars and vocals
Have a great week and we’ll see ya there!