Foghat to take a slow ride through The Clyde
Out and About
May 23, 2019
Like many bands out of the ’70s and ’80s, Foghat still forges on to this day with a steady road schedule and new music. Best known for the songs “Slow Ride” and “I Just Want to Make Love to You,” the band has touched generations since baby boomers first purchased their vinyl and 8-tracks.
Sadly, Foghat has since lost two of the four original members, and bassist Tony Stevens no longer plays with the band, but drummer Roger Earl continues to keep the legacy alive. He’s recruited some fine musicians including vocalist Charlie Huhn (Ted Nugent, Humble Pie), guitarist Bryan Bassett (Wild Cherry, Molly Hatchet), and bassist Rodney O’Quinn.
You can catch this well-oiled machine at The Clyde on Thursday, Aug. 1. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 24, at 10 a.m. at clydetheatre.com, the Clyde box office, all three Wooden Nickel locations, Neat Neat Neat Records, Sweetwater Sound, and by calling (800) 514-3849. Seeing Foghat at The Clyde is sure to be a treat!
Summer Nights at The Embassy
Wednesday nights just got a whole lot cooler. That’s because Summer Nights at the Embassy is returning for its fourth season. Every Wednesday evening through Aug. 28 will feature food, drinks, and live, local music. Each night is designated to be a relaxing chance to savor summer in the Embassy’s two-level Yergens Rogers Foundation Ballroom.
Guests will interact with entertainment in the ballroom in addition to enjoying the beautiful skyline from the Parkview Health rooftop patio. Plus, don’t worry about grabbing a bite to eat beforehand as a number of local restaurants will rotate weekly menu items for purchase during the event, including Bravas, Club Soda, Lucille’s BBQ, and Shigs In Pit. There will also be a cash bar on site.
Alicia Pyle Quartet kicked off things this week, followed by Ty Causey on May 29, Aloha Brothers on June 5, KelsiCote Amigos on June 12, Kevin Hambrick on June 19, Less & Joe on June 26, Olivia Morris on July 3, Todd Harrold Band on July 10, Evon Sams Trio on July 17, Dan Smyth on July 24, Sunny Taylor on July 31, Chris Worth on Aug. 7, Q and the Confusion on Aug. 14, Lydia Brittan on Aug. 21, and Fatima Washington on Aug. 28.
Summer Nights at the Embassy will only run you $5 to attend. If you plan to attend multiple nights throughout the summer, you might consider a four-ticket flex-pass available for $15 until June 5. You can purchase tickets at the Embassy, through ticketmaster.com, or by phone at (800) 745-3000.
Live Music on the Patio
Corner Pocket Pub has announced that May 31 and June 1 will be the start of their live music on the patio. On Friday, the band Morning After will supplying the toe-tapping tunes. On Saturday, it’s Jiggs Hendrixson. All shows are from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on the patio, weather permitting. Other acts performing throughout the summer include Phil’s Family Lizard, JFX, The Illegals, Grateful Groove, and Kyle Haller Band.
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