The Local Color business may be closed, but the music just keeps coming. We will host these events as long as we can. Remember, you can bring your own snacks/beverages. Also, Garry has been making a big pot of Chicken Dumplings as our thank you for a small contribution to the Electric Bill Fund! As long as we can cover the utilities the Galbreath Family will let us keep doing music while the building is vacant. Click below to read the article in the June/July 2018 issue of Discover the Essence of St Clair magazine. Entitled "Local Color Redux," it is all about the continuation of the music here in Local Color.



The Local Color concerts continue!  Call 205-594-4936/text 205-527-0232 for a reservation or use the "reserve" buttons below so you can be sure to get a table!  Don't put off seeing your favorites "one more time" in our iconic musical home, because it may be your last chance!  We will be opening the doors a little earlier, at 6:00 PM, so you can come in and get comfy before the music starts around 7:00. When the lights go down, we like to switch the focus to the music.

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Friday, July 20 at 7:00 PM
 
  Vintage Gray  

Classic rock band! Vintage Gray was formed in late 2008, when the right people showed up at the right time for the right mix! Mike Robinson, Bass, Lead Guitar, & Vocals; Chap McDaniel, Lead Guitar & Vocals; Steve Rayborn, Keyboard, Bass, Guitar, & Vocals; Buddy Gray, Drums & Vocals. They will be playing everyone's favorites from the 50's, 60's, 70's, and 80's!    $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
Vintage Gray

Saturday, July 21 at 7:00 PM
 
  Bobby Horton presents "the Civil War Through Songs and Stories"  

Bobby tastefully weaves together a tapestry of historical tidbits from both the North and the South, giving you a wonderful step back into another era, and shedding light on this period of our history. At times poignant, at times rib-tickling.  This show is fully booked! But call to get on the waiting list in case we have cancellations.  $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
Bobby Horton presents "the Civil War Through Songs and Stories"

Friday, July 27 at 7:00 PM
 
  Phillip David Harris  

Country music singer & songwriter. Nominee for New Artist of the Year by the Inspirational Country Music Awards in Nashville.  Here is a recent endorsement from fellow Nashville singer/songwriter Michah Howard: "Phillip is a hidden gem of a storyteller down here in Alabama. It's a rarity to find someone like Phillip who can paint such vivid images in your mind with his lyrics and his voice. Not to mention the fact that he is a hardworking, blue collar family man who would give you the shirt off his back. He is the absolute Real Deal." This show is almost full!  $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
Phillip David Harris

Saturday, July 28 at 7:00 PM
 
  Three on a String  

 This is the last show booked so far for the summer, so be sure to get your TOAS fix in. These guys have been instrumental in keeping the doors open at Local Color for the past decade! We owe them a debt of gratitude that we will never be able to fully repay. So, come help us make them feel loved and appreciated! And don't you love this old photo?   $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
Three on a String

Saturday, August 4 at 7:00 PM
 
  Rosewood  

 This standout trio combines Andy's love of folk music with some outstanding soft rock, sprinkled with a dose of comedy and truly funny songs and some of your favorites. Wonderful harmonies & musicianship. Andy may tell an Irish tale or two! Always a great evening of really good music.   $15.00 cover (cash, please).  
Rosewood

Saturday, August 11 at 7:00 PM
 
  Ca$h Domino Killers  

 Johnny Cash, Fats Domino, Jerry Lee "the Killer" Lewis, and everything in between. Expect to be wowed by Jared's covers of Roy Orbison, the Drifters, and all those wonderful love songs from the early 60's. Sam Chiarella sings and plays a mean lead guitar, plus vocals from drummer (from Talk 99.5) Richard Dixon.   $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
Ca$h Domino Killers

Saturday, August 25 at 7:00 PM
 
  Janet Hall and Dan Farmer  

 Two old friends who write amazing songs and get together periodically to perform their original material. Janet is not only a truly talented songwriter, she also possesses a beautiful voice and plays a wicked guitar. She is also one of the nicest people we know! Dan is one of our all time favorite song writers. He can make you laugh, then tweak a tear on the next song. His smoky voice is the perfect vehicle for his words. This will be the last house concert of the summer, so don't miss it!   $20.00 cover (cash, please).  
Janet Hall and Dan Farmer

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