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Band Schedule for Charlie’s Irish Pub

March 23rd, 2009 by avadmin

Live Music for Charlie’s Irish Pub located in the Historic Water Street Inn, in downtown Stillwater, MN

Charlie’s Pub features live music every

Friday & Saturday nights from

7:30 to 11:30

March 27 & 28 – Paul and Lorraine

www.paulandlorraine.com

Paul and Lorraine have been playing Irish music together for a couple of years now, starting with the rouge folk band Folk UnderGround and then splitting off to form their own duo. Paul and Lorraine play Irish music. All sorts of Irish music and Scottish music, and English music, some original music and a whole lot of songs where people get sent to prison in Australia forever. Something for everyone lots of Drinking, lots of lots of losing your love forever, plenty of Death, Doom and Destruction and Happy little nights in the Pub. Not to mention some of the best Irish Fiddle Tunes going. They like to have fun. They like to take requests and will play just about anything, if they know just about half of it. Someday they will learn all the words to Puff the Magic Dragon. (Why this song is so requested in Irish Bars they do not know, but their audiences seem to love it and are happy to sing it. At least the first verse, over and over.) They will play the Unicorn song for free. Once If Paul has too much whisky, he will play Freebird for you. (This is sometimes more fun than it sounds. Trust them) they will play the Irish Washerwomen (Re-titled simply The Irish Song) at least once a set. (Again, trust them)

April 3 & 4 – Tom Dahill

www.newgrangeproductions.com/bands/TomDahill.htm

Tom Dahill is one of the best entertainers playing Irish Music. He’ll have you singing the party piece you practiced since you were a kid or dancing an Irish jig for the first time in your life. Tom is a well rounded performer and very easy to work with”

“His show is spontaneous and flows with the mood of the audience. From quite ballads to the rowdy and comical, and on the political, songs woven together with rich Irish stories that lead you through the culture and robust life of the Irish.”

April 10 & 11 – Paul and Lorraine

April 17 & 18 – Two Tap Trio

http://www.twotaptrio.com/

The Two Tap Trio had its genesis in the Fall of 2005 when Vancouver singer and flute player Norah Rendell and Twin Cities guitarist Brian Miller found themselves both on musical pilgrimages in Ireland. The addition of young fiddler Nathan Gourley makes for a live show that fans of Irish music with strong traditional roots and top notch musicality won’t want to miss

April 24 & 25 – Paul and Lorraine

May 1 & 2 – The Langer’s Ball

www.myspace.com/thelangersball

The Langer’s Ball is a 2-piece Irish Group that has been performing in and around the Twin Cities since July, 2007. Featuring Michael Sturm on Guitar, Mandolin & Vocals, and Hannah Rediske on Piano Accordion and Penny Whistle. The Langer’s Ball performs a wide variety of Traditional and contemporary Irish songs and tunes. Since they began performing less than a year ago, they have already played over 70 shows at various locations; they have opened for Toronto-based Enter The Haggis, and have just been booked for 3 dates at the Iowa Irish Fest. The debut CD for The Langer’s Ball is due out in July 2008.

May 8 & 9 – Paul and Lorraine

May 15 & 16 – Tom Dahill

May 22 & 23 – Paul and Lorraine

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May 29 & 30 – Reverse Cowboys

Reverse Cowboy:  Cody McKinney (Bass, Guitar vocals), Scottie DevIm (Guitar, Banjo, Vocals). Reverse Cowboy came about by blending two individual musical histories to interpret Irish music They have seamlessly filtered traditional and contemporary Irish music through their long touring and recording history in the American music tradition. Scottie has been playing most of his life learning from his father and Cody studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston with influences from Steppenwolf, Flogging Molly, and The Young Dubliners and more this is a show not to be missed. http://www.myspace.com/reversecowboymusic

Music in Charlie’s Pub

February 2nd, 2009 by avadmin

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Feb. 6 & 7 Tom Dahill

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“Tom Dahill is one of the best entertainers playing Irish Music. He’ll have you singing the party peice you practiced since you were a kid or dancing an Irish jig for the first time in your life. Tom is a well rounded performer and very easy to work with”

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Feb. 13 &14

Paul and Lorraine

The 13th is Lorraine’s

Birthday Party

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Paul and Lorraine have been playing Irish music together for a couple of years now, starting with the rouge folk band Folk UnderGround and then splitting off to form their own duo.  Paul and Lorraine play Irish music. All sorts of Irish music and Scottish music, and English music, some original music and a whole lot of songs where people get sent to prison in Australia forever.  Something for everyone lots of Drinking, lots of lots of losing your love forever, plenty of Death, Doom and Destruction and Happy little nights in the Pub. Not to mention some of the best Irish Fiddle Tunes going.  They like to have fun. They like to take requests and will play just about anything, if they know just about half of it.Â

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Feb. 20,21 Patsy O’Brien
Feb. 27,28 Paul and Lorraine

December 19th, 2008 by avadmin

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Live Music for Charlie’s Irish Pub located in the Historic Water Street Inn, in downtown Stillwater

Charlie’s Pub features live music every Friday & Saturday night from

7:30 to 11:30

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December 19 & 20 Lorraine & Paul

Paul and Lorraine have been playing Irish music together for a couple of years now, starting with the rouge folk band Folk UnderGround and then splitting off to form their own duo.  Paul and Lorraine play Irish music. All sorts of Irish music and Scottish music, and English music, some original music and a whole lot of songs where people get sent to prison in Australia forever.  Something for everyone lots of Drinking, lots of lots of losing your love forever, plenty of Death, Doom and Destruction and Happy little nights in the Pub. Not to mention some of the best Irish Fiddle Tunes going. They like to have fun. They like to take requests and will play just about anything, if they know just about half of it.

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December 26 & 27 Two Tap Trio

The Two Tap Trio had its genesis in the Fall of 2005 when Vancouver singer and flute player Norah Rendell and Twin Cities guitarist Brian Miller found themselves both on musical pilgrimages in Ireland. The addition of young fiddler Nathan Gourley makes for a live show that fans of Irish music with strong traditional roots and top notch musicality won’t want to miss

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December 31st and Jan 2 & 3 Lorraine & Paul

Paul and Lorraine have been playing Irish music together for a couple of years now, starting with the rouge folk band Folk UnderGround and then splitting off to form their own duo.  Paul and Lorraine play Irish music. All sorts of Irish music and Scottish music, and English music, some original music and a whole lot of songs where people get sent to prison in Australia forever.  Something for everyone lots of Drinking, lots of lots of losing your love forever, plenty of Death, Doom and Destruction and Happy little nights in the Pub. Not to mention some of the best Irish Fiddle Tunes going. They like to have fun. They like to take requests and will play just about anything, if they know just about half of it.

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January 9 & 10 – Tom Dahill

Tom Dahill is one of the best entertainers playing Irish Music. He’ll have you singing the party piece you practiced since you were a kid or dancing an Irish jig for the first time in your life. Tom is a well rounded performer and very easy to work with”

“His show is spontaneous and flows with the mood of the audience. From quite ballads to the rowdy and comical, and on the political, songs woven together with rich Irish stories that lead you through the culture and robust life of the Irish.”

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November 14 & 15 The Langers Ball

The Langer’s Ball is a 2-piece Irish Group that has been performing in and around the Twin Cities since July, 2007. Featuring Michael Sturm on Guitar, Mandolin & Vocals, and Hannah Rediske on Piano Accordion and Penny Whistle. The Langer’s Ball performs a wide variety of Traditional and contemporary Irish songs and tunes.

January 16 & 17 Paul & Lorraine

January 23 & 24 Two Tap Trio

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January 30 & 31 Paul & Lorraine

Water Street Inn

101 Water Street South

Stillwater, MN 55082

651-439-6000

www.waterstreetinn.us

This weekend in Charlie’s Irish Pub at The Water Street Inn

December 9th, 2008 by avadmin

December 12th Lorraine & Paul

Paul and Lorraine have been playing Irish music together for a couple of years now, starting with the rouge folk band Folk UnderGround and then splitting off to form their own duo.  Paul and Lorraine play Irish music. All sorts of Irish music and Scottish music, and English music, some original music and a whole lot of songs where people get sent to prison in Australia forever.  Something for everyone lots of Drinking, lots of lots of losing your love forever, plenty of Death, Doom and Destruction and Happy little nights in the Pub. Not to mention some of the best Irish Fiddle Tunes going. They like to have fun. They like to take requests and will play just about anything, if they know just about half of it.

www.paulandlorraine.com

They will be in the Ballroom as part of the Beer Event

December 13th The Langers Ball

The Langer’s Ball is a 2-piece Irish Group that has been performing in and around the Twin Cities since July, 2007. Featuring Michael Sturm on Guitar, Mandolin & Vocals, and Hannah Rediske on Piano Accordion and Penny Whistle. The Langer’s Ball performs a wide variety of Traditional and contemporary Irish songs and tunes.

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Charlie’s Irish Pub, Live Irish Music, Downtown Stillwater, MN, Friday and Saturday, No cover

October 31st, 2008 by avadmin

Charlie’s Pub features live music every

Friday & Saturday nights from

7:30 to 11:30
No cover!!!!

October 31st and November 1st  Anthony Glackin

Anthony Glackin: (acoustic/electric guitar, bass, tin whistle, harmonica, vocals) Hailing from Tyrone in the North of Ireland Anthony has been playing most of his life and performing on stage for the best part of 15 years, he is an avid song writer, penning countless songs and 3 recording albums. He is no stranger to television, and radio, performing on multiple entertainment programs in Ireland and the U.S. Anthony has toured extensively throughout Ireland, Europe and America. Showcasing his unique voice and intimate songwriting ability along the way, his music reflects the diversity of the numerous roads taken and eclectic influences from the traditional music of Ireland to New Orleans Blues & Jazz. Now living in Belfast Anthony he takes the live music scene in Belfast by storm, when he’s not on the road. Come out and see what Ireland has to offer.  http://www.anthonyglackin.com/

November 7th & 8th:  Paul and Lorraine

Paul and Lorraine play Irish music. All sorts of Irish music. And Scottish music, and English music, some original music and a whole lot of songs where people get sent to prison in Australia forever . Something for everyone. Lots of Drinking, lots of lots of losing your love forever, plenty of Death, Doom and Destruction and Happy little nights in the Pub. Not to mention some of the best Irish Fiddle Tunes going. Paul plays the Guitar and Sings. Lorraine plays the violin. Or Fiddle.( same thing, folks ) And Sings. They like best the kind of shows where YOU are as much a part of the evening as they are. ( Why should they have to do all the work??? ) They have plenty of things you can sing along to. And plenty of things to sit back with your pint and listen to. Or get wild to. Or even Maudlin

November 14th & 15th: Langers Ball

The Langer’s Ball is a 2-piece Irish group that has been performing in and around the Twin Cities since July , 2007. Featuring Michael Sturm on guitar, mandolin, and vocals. Hannah Rediske on piano, accordian, and penny whistle. The Langer’s Ball performs a wide variety of traditional and contemporary Irish songs and tunes. Since they began performing just over a year ago they have already played over 70 shows at various locations, including Toronto’s “enter the haggis”, and the Iowa Irish fest.

November 21st & 22nd: Paul and Lorraine

November 28th & 29th:  Two Tap Trio

Brian Miller (guitar, vocals, Irish flute, whistles) Nathan Gourley (Fiddle), Norah Rendell (flute, vocals) The Two Tap Trio had its genesis in the Fall of 2005 when Vancouver singer and flute player Norah Rendell and Twin Cities guitarist Brian Miller found themselves both on musical pilgrimages in Ireland. 2007 finds Norah and Brian both living in Minneapolis with a debut duo album of gorgeous traditional and contemporary folk songs and driving Irish dance tunes, Wait There Pretty One, out in October. The addition of young fiddler Nathan Gourley makes for a live show that fans of Irish music with strong traditional roots and top notch musicality won’t want to miss

December 5th & 6th:  Paul and Lorraine

December 12th & 13th Wallace and Smith

HISTORIC WATER STREET INN

AT THE FOOT OF THE LIFT BRIDGE

101 WATER STREET SOUTH

STILLWATER, MN 55082

651.439.6000

http://www.waterstreetinn.us >

Live Music for Charlie’s Irish Pub, Historic Water Street Inn, Downtown Stillwater, MN

August 1st, 2008 by avadmin

Charlie’s Pub features live music every Friday & Saturday night from

7:30 to 11:30

Aug 1 & 2 Two Tap Trio

The Two Tap Trio had its genesis in the Fall of 2005 when Vancouver singer and flute player Norah Rendell and Twin Cities guitarist Brian Miller found themselves both on musical pilgrimages in Ireland. The addition of young fiddler Nathan Gourley makes for a live show that fans of Irish music with strong traditional roots and top notch musicality won’t want to miss.

August 8 & 9 Lorraine & Paul

Paul and Lorraine have been playing Irish music together for a couple of years now, starting with the rouge folk band Folk UnderGround and then splitting off to form their own duo. Paul and Lorraine play Irish music. All sorts of Irish music and Scottish music, and English music, some original music and a whole lot of songs where people get sent to prison in Australia forever. Something for everyone lots of Drinking, lots of lots of losing your love forever, plenty of Death, Doom and Destruction and Happy little nights in the Pub. Not to mention some of the best Irish Fiddle Tunes going.

They like to have fun. They like to take requests and will play just about anything, if they know just about half of it. Someday they will learn all the words to Puff the Magic Dragon. (Why this song is so requested in Irish Bars they do not know, but their audiences seem to love it and are happy to sing it. At least the first verse, over and over.) They will play the Unicorn song for free. Once If Paul has too much whisky, he will play Freebird for you. (This is sometimes more fun than it sounds. Trust them) they will play the Irish Washerwomen (Re-titled simply The Irish Song) at least once a set. (Again, trust them)

August 15 & 16 Tom Dahill

Tom Dahill is one of the best entertainers playing Irish Music. He’ll have you singing the party piece you practiced since you were a kid or dancing an Irish jig for the first time in your life. Tom is a well rounded performer and very easy to work with”

“His show is spontaneous and flows with the mood of the audience. From quite ballads to the rowdy and comical, and on the political, songs woven together with rich Irish stories that lead you through the culture and robust life of the Irish.”

August 22 & 23 Lojo Russo

“Lojo performs with the energy and rocking empowerment of Ani Difranco and the graceful folksiness of the Indigo Girls.”
Minneapolis World Beat

“Russo blends alternative, folk, jazz and Celtic styles into a lush pattern of sound.”
St. Paul Pioneer Press

“One hell of a voice… a lot of lyrical power”
The Pulse of the Twin Cities

Voted “Best Female Performer” by
Minnesota Women’s Press

August 29 & 30 Lorraine & Paul

Live Music, Downtown Stillwater, Irish Music, No Cover

July 8th, 2008 by avadmin

Charlie’s Pub features live music every

Friday & Saturday nights from

7:30 to 11:30
No cover!!!!

July 11 & 12 Lorraine & Paul

Paul and Lorraine play Irish music. All sorts of Irish music. And Scottish music, and English music, some original music and a whole lot of songs where people get sent to prison in Australia forever . Something for everyone. Lots of Drinking, lots of lots of losing your love forever, plenty of Death, Doom and Destruction and Happy little nights in the Pub. Not to mention some of the best Irish Fiddle Tunes going. Paul plays the Guitar and Sings. Lorraine plays the violin. Or Fiddle.( same thing, folks ) And Sings. They like best the kind of shows where YOU are as much a part of the evening as they are. ( Why should they have to do all the work??? ) They have plenty of things you can sing along to. And plenty of things to sit back with your pint and listen to. Or get wild to. Or even Maudlin

July 18 & 19 The Langer’s Ball

The Langer’s Ball is a 2-piece Irish group that has been performing in and around the Twin Cities since July , 2007. Featuring Michael Sturm on guitar, mandolin, and vocals. Hannah Rediske on piano, accordian, and penny whistle. The Langer’s Ball performs a wide variety of traditional and contemporary Irish songs and tunes. Since they began performing just over a year ago they have already played over 70 shows at various locations, including Toronto’s “enter the haggis”, and the Iowa Irish fest.

July 25th & 26th Tom Dahill

Tom Dahill is one of the best entertainers playing Irish Music. He’ll have you singing the party piece you practiced since you were a kid or dancing an Irish jig for the first time in your life. Tom is a well rounded performer and very easy to work with”

“His show is spontaneous and flows with the mood of the audience. From quite ballads to the rowdy and comical, and on the political, songs woven together with rich Irish stories that lead you through the culture and robust life of the Irish.”

Aug 1 & 2 Two Tap Trio

Brian Miller (guitar, vocals, Irish flute, whistles) Nathan Gourley (Fiddle), Norah Rendell (flute, vocals) The Two Tap Trio had its genesis in the Fall of 2005 when Vancouver singer and flute player Norah Rendell and Twin Cities guitarist Brian Miller found themselves both on musical pilgrimages in Ireland. 2007 finds Norah and Brian both living in Minneapolis with a debut duo album of gorgeous traditional and contemporary folk songs and driving Irish dance tunes, Wait There Pretty One, out in October. The addition of young fiddler Nathan Gourley makes for a live show that fans of Irish music with strong traditional roots and top notch musicality won’t want to miss

HISTORIC WATER STREET INN

AT THE FOOT OF THE LIFT BRIDGE

101 WATER STREET SOUTH

STILLWATER, MN 55082

651.439.6000

http://www.waterstreetinn.us

Live Music, Charlie’s Irish Pub, Downtown Stillwater, Friday & Saturday

June 8th, 2008 by avadmin

Charlie’s Pub features live music every

Friday & Saturday nights from

7:30 to 11:30

June 6 & 7 Erin Rogue

Erin Rogue — playing sweet traditional Irish tunes in ways you never imagined, and rocking out on
spirited jigs and reels that will get your fingers tapping and your feet moving.
They make Irish music cook and appeal to all ages, especially big kids who like to get excited about something.
And that’s no Blarney!

June 13 &14 Two Tap Trio

Brian Miller (guitar, vocals, Irish flute, whistles) Nathan Gourley (Fiddle), Norah Rendell (flute, vocals) The Two Tap Trio had its genesis in the Fall of 2005 when Vancouver singer and flute player Norah Rendell and Twin Cities guitarist Brian Miller found themselves both on musical pilgrimages in Ireland. 2007 finds Norah and Brian both living in Minneapolis with a debut duo album of gorgeous traditional and contemporary folk songs and driving Irish dance tunes, Wait There Pretty One, out in October. The addition of young fiddler Nathan Gourley makes for a live show that fans of Irish music with strong traditional roots and top notch musicality won’t want to miss

June 20 & 21 Paul and Lorraine

So, our next shows at Charlie’s Pub are June 20th and 21st, and Charlie’s being the special place that it is, we are going to record both nights. We have the sound engineer, Matt, who we met at Convergence, we have an idea of what we are doing, we will be having some live blogging and, hopefully, if Danguy can figure out how to do it, a live web cast going on!

All we need is YOU. Because it is not a show without you. You know who you are, you are anyone who has ever come down and spent an evening, with a pint or two, at Charlie’s, listening to us play, fall on our faces, and rocking the Irish in your soul.

June 27 & 28 Tom Dahill

Tom Dahill is one of the best entertainers playing Irish Music. He’ll have you singing the party piece you practiced since you were a kid or dancing an Irish jig for the first time in your life. Tom is a well rounded performer and very easy to work with”

“His show is spontaneous and flows with the mood of the audience. From quite ballads to the rowdy and comical, and on the political, songs woven together with rich Irish stories that lead you through the culture and robust life of the Irish.”

HISTORIC WATER STREET INN

AT THE FOOT OF THE LIFT BRIDGE

101 WATER STREET SOUTH

STILLWATER, MN 55082

651.439.6000

http://www.waterstreetinn.us

Live Irish Music at Charlie’s Irish Pub, at the Historic Water Street Inn, Downtown Stillwater, MN

April 27th, 2008 by avadmin

Charlie’s Pub features live music every Friday & Saturday nights from 7:30 to 11:30

May 2 & 3 Tom Dahill

Tom Dahill is one of the best entertainers playing Irish Music. He’ll have you singing the party piece you practiced since you were a kid or dancing an Irish jig for the first time in your life. Tom is a well rounded performer and very easy to work with” “His show is spontaneous and flows with the mood of the audience. From quite ballads to the rowdy and comical, and on the political, songs woven together with rich Irish stories that lead you through the culture and robust life of the Irish.”

May 9 & 10 Paul & Lorraine

Paul and Lorraine have been playing Irish music together for a couple of years now, starting with the rouge folk band Folk UnderGround and then splitting off to form their own duo. Paul and Lorraine play Irish music. All sorts of Irish music. And Scottish music, and English music, some original music and a whole lot of songs where people get sent to prison in Australia forever. Something for everyone. Lots of Drinking, lots of lots of losing your love forever, plenty of Death, Doom and Destruction and Happy little nights in the Pub. Not to mention some of the best Irish Fiddle Tunes going. They like to have fun. They like to take requests and will play just about anything, if they know just about half of it. Someday they will learn all the words to Puff the Magic Dragon. (Why this song is so requested in Irish Bars they do not know, but their audiences seem to love it and are happy to sing it. At least the first verse. Over and Over.) They will play the Unicorn song for free. Once If Paul has too much whisky, he will play Freebird for you. (This is sometimes more fun than it sounds. Trust them) they will play the Irish Washerwomen (Re-titled simply The Irish Song) at least once a set. (Again, trust them)

May 16 & 17 Mike Wallace & Joe Smith

(Mike is ¬? of ‚ÄúThe Irish Brigade‚Äù) Michael Wallace (Vocals, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Boudhran) Born in limerick city Ireland. Mike began playing the guitar in 1965 and now plays guitar, bass, boudhran (The Irish Drum) and has an amazing vocal range he applies to a huge repertoire of songs. Michael moved to the United States in 1974 and had started the band The Irish Brigade by 1975 his time on the road with bands has been spent primarily and three bands Ireland’s Heritage, The Old Triangle, and the Irish Brigade. A consummate stage performer Mike has been happy to spend his time on stage with such great performers as Peter Yeates, Steve Mulligan, Joe Burk, Noel Hill, Paddy O’Brien, and Larry Nugent not to mention his original partner in The Irish Brigade Gerry Goodwin god rest his sole or current partners Sean Conway and Darren Crossey. Mike has had the pleasure of recording many times with many of the great musicians he has set up pleasure to perform with over the years some of those recordings include The Pair of Us, Live at the Waterhole, One for the Road, Down in the Wee Room, Limrick Town, Three Sheets to the Wind, The Grand Affair, Better Late Than Never, and Live at the Half Time Rec. Although these recordings are primarily Irish music live band performances have always run from Irish to folk to country to rock-n-roll. Mikes personal influences like The Beatles, The Clancy Brothers, The Dubliners, Rory Gallaher and many others comes out in each live performance as the band moves from Irish ballot to the occasional rock or country classic that everyone sings along with. Somewhere between great music great friends on stage and in the audience all coming together to make a bit of magic is always clear watching Mike Wallace that he was meant to be on stage

May 23 & 24 Paul and Lorraine

May 30 & 31 Tom Dahill

The Historic Water Street Inn

101 Water St So Stillwater, MN 55082

651-439-6000

http://www.waterstreetinn.us

Upcoming Performers at Charlie’s

February 14th, 2008 by avadmin

Every Friday and Saturday Charlie’s features live Irish music from 7:30 to 11:30. First come, first serve, and no cover.

  • Feb 22, 23 Crowley & Hartman
  • Feb 29 & March 1 Paul & Lorraine
  • March 7, 8 Tom Dahill
  • March 14, 15 Paul & Lorraine
  • Monday March 17th Paul & Lorraine
  • March 21,22 Two Tap Trio
  • March 28 & 29 Paul & Lorraine
  • April 4, 5 Tom Dahill
  • April 11, 12 Paul Lorrraine
  • April 18, 19 The Langers Ball
  • April 26, 27 Barry Nelson
  • Charlies is located in The Historic Water Street Inn at 101 Water Street South, downtown Stillwater.

    http://www.waterstreetinn.us