Throwback Thursdays $3 Specials
A different drink special every 30 minutes!
5pm-5:30pm Any house wine, 5:30pm-6pm Margherita, 6pm-6:30pm Vodka martini,
6:30pm-7pm Manhattan, 7pm-7:30pm Rum & coke, 7:30pm-8pm Gin & tonic
8pm-8:30pm Cucumber press, 8:30pm-9pm Any Beer, 9pm-9:30pm Any well drink
9:30pm-10pm Mactastic Cosmo, 10pm-10:30pm Any well drink, 10:30pm-11pm Old fashioned
You, as connoisseurs of music certainly know how much music
is based on the Blues.
Rock, Blues as well as Country have evolved into many blended
styles. We love Rock and we love the Blues and Country in all its forms and will preach it from the
FRONT ROW. The band is from Eugene, Oregon but members come from near and far. They capture
thousands of memories – entire childhoods and experiences – Rock, Blues, Country, Classical … a
symphony of sounds. Front Row paints from these roots. Living Life in the Front Row.
Neil Henderson ~
Vocals/Guitar: An Oregon native spent years in L.A. touring and playing with such artists as
“Autograph” & “Rod Stewart”. Most recently played with “Apropos Musique” and owns Equus
Productions in Oregon and Cabo.
Mike Moats ~
Bass/Vocals: Owner of Sweet “C” Studio in Eugene, Oregon.
Mike has spent time in Nashville with “Carl Bird”.
Played with “Taylors Crossing”, “Blue Shades Blues Band” and with “Apropos Musique”.
Gary Borum ~
Drums/Vocals: A veteran percussionist around the Oregon music scene.
Played with rock bands including “The Symptoms”
as well as “Apropos Musique”.
Charles (Crispy) Cheeks ~
Guitars/Vocals: From Chicago, he has been playing guitar from age 10.
Influenced by Link Wray, Duane Eddy, the Ventures, the Beatles to Clapton, Beck, and Page. Spent time
as a sideman with the Coasters, Terry Evans and Ray Williams, Most recently with the Symplistic Soles,
semi finalists in the Portland, OR. “Road to Memphis” competition.
Albert (Rusty) Caccivio ~
Keyboards: From Washington DC, Rusty has performed with various east coast bands including the
famous “Shakabuku” a wonderful soul, blues/band. After the move to the west coast he started the
famous “Franklin Store and Studio” and played with the “Franklin Ladies Aid Society” as well as the