Good Jams as always @ Growlers in Gaithersburg, MD

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Good Jams as always @ Growlers in Gaithersburg, MD

Growlers Every Monday Brandon Combs and Gary Grainger host the Jam night over in Gaithersburg as a cool club called Growlers. As always the musicians were all bringing it in full force. Vince Evans as always laying some sweet lines to the amazing Anita King vocals. How does she hold those notes sooooooo long. And filling in for Gary tonight was Michael Pryor who was kicking the bass lines to his hearts content. Man that guy can play and I’m lucky to say he’ll be doing again with myself MHB this weekend at The Manor Tavern up in Monkton, MD.

Brandon Combs and Bryan Fox? Need I say more. I only wish I had the pipes that these guys are throwing down. Man. Man. Man. The soul of Fox and sweetness of Mr. Combs. If you haven’t heard these guys, you really should go check them out. They’ll be back again tomorrow at The Harp and Fiddle in Bethesda, MD. Back to Back is how this group of extremely talented and funky musicians do it.

Let’s see we also had some guy cut off one with some of his tipsy DJ rhymes. Good old Charlie and the country version of Margaritaville, the killer drums not to mention from Mr. Torro Gamble himself who will also be joining MHB this weekend. Man, this is going to be a good week ahead. Off to bed now. Cheerio….and may the Rock & Roll Gods treat you well.

By |2012-04-20T16:35:35+00:00June 21st, 2011|blog, news|1 Comment

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  1. David R. Raynie July 30, 2011 at 9:17 pm

    Montgomery Fairgrounds-
    The way this particular area of Gaithersburg has grown, it just doesn’t make sense to have the fairgrounds located here. If you’ve ever tried to drive anywhere close to the Gaithersburg Square/Lakeforest during any event, the Agricultural Fair in particular, you know how much of a pain it is to navigate.

    I understand that this is a great time for a different kind of development for this area. Especially with the Corridor Cities Transitway underway, and the Watkins Mill Town Center just a little North on Frederick RD/355.

    Whatever does happen, I firmly believe that the area surround the Fairgrounds needs a major facelift. Lakeforest isn’t much more than a parking lot for the surrounding car dealerships these days. Hopefully some new life will be brought into the area soon.

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