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with Motordead - Motorhead Tribute, Prowler - Metallica Tribute
The Token Lounge
December 4, 2021 7:00 pm
Ages 18 and Up

Wreking Crue is bringing back an old school favorite. The Early Eras-including the first two albums Too Fast and Shout at the Devil! Sharing the Stage is Detroits loudest Tribute Motordead The latest Metallica tribute Prowler! Music 8pm Doors o... Read more
Wreking Crue is bringing back an old school favorite. The Early Eras-including the first two albums Too Fast and Shout at the Devil!
Sharing the Stage is Detroits loudest Tribute Motordead
The latest Metallica tribute Prowler!

Music 8pm
Doors open at 7pm
18+ w/proper ID & All Ages w/parent
Free Parking and Outdoor Smoking Patio
No Re-Entry / No Backpacks / No Outside Beverages
 

The Token Lounge
December 10, 2021 6:00 pm
Ages 18 and Up

The Token Lounge
December 11, 2021 8:00 pm (Doors: 7:00 pm )
Ages 21 and Up

Announce: Tuesday, June 22 Patreon Pre-Sale: Wednesday, June 23 (CODE: MJHOLIDAYS) Venue Pre-Sale: Thursday, June 24 Public On-Sale: Friday, June 25 ... Read more

Announce: Tuesday, June 22

Patreon Pre-Sale: Wednesday, June 23 (CODE: MJHOLIDAYS)

Venue Pre-Sale: Thursday, June 24

Public On-Sale: Friday, June 25

Let’s start with the voice, an instrument through which she can communicate anything. A gift bestowed upon her that she has expertly trained, meticulously nurtured, and passionately galvanized into action by an urgency to make real music. Next, the stories, and she has them in spades. They are full of truth and beauty, heartache and thoughtfulness. They reveal colors we weren’t expecting to see. They make us close our eyes and relate. And finally, the soul – the emotional and intellectual energy through which these parts are fueled. That special something that prompted The Wall Street Journal to herald her as "the most promising young vocalist to come along so far this century." That young vocalist is Morgan James. And Morgan James is a soul singer.

Armed with her dedication to create authentic soul music, James and her husband Doug Wamble, her producer, co-writer and arranger, spent months writing twelve new songs in New York

The entire album was recorded to analog tape, a first for James. She wanted to be less precious about the process overall and to capture the same invigorated feeling as her live performances. Much of the album comes from single, complete takes, giving it a vibrant, in-the-moment sensibility. The songs on the album range in tone, but there’s a hopeful, life-affirming feeling that threads through the tracks. The playful “I Wish You Would” takes its cues from “Mr. Big Stuff,” while “All I Ever Gave You” looks back on losing someone after endless sacrifices. The album also features two duets, another first for James, with Marc Broussard and three-time Grammy nominee Ryan Shaw. The collaboration with Shaw, “I Don’t Mind Waking Up (To A Love This Good)” is the first single and a song James calls one of her favorites she’s ever written. And a standout moment comes on the closing track “Who’s Going to Listen To You? (When You’re Crying Now),” a song James and Wamble wrote with lyrics from a poem by Spin Doctors’ lead singer Ch City. “Doug and I have always wanted to make a classic record like this,” she says. “Doug is originally from Memphis and we are both so inspired by the roots of classic soul music. Being entrenched in a place like that really informs everything you make there.” So, instead of recording in New York, she aimed straight for the source and booked a week at a new music studio in Memphis, at the recommendation of drummer George Sluppick. 

   “This album feels so unburdened by anybody or anything. All of the songs were written for this project. They were recorded in the same way, in the same room. It’s a moment in time captured. I felt like I was a part of the lineage of soul music. My guiding force throughout the record was ‘What would Aretha say? What would Otis say?’ It’s not a retro album or a throwback by any means. This album is me: classic elements, timeless melodies, and lyrics from my soul and experience. We need that right now. We need real music now more than ever.” 

 

The Token Lounge
December 12, 2021 6:00 pm
Ages 18 and Up

Showtimes: 09:00pm - Framing The Red 08:00pm - 8:30pm Dedlights 07:15pm - 07:45pm Shadows Reflection 06:30pm - 07:15pm Boys N Ties   Doors open at 6pm Advance $10 and $15 at the door 18+ w/proper ID & All Ages w/parent Free Pa... Read more
Showtimes:
09:00pm - Framing The Red
08:00pm - 8:30pm Dedlights
07:15pm - 07:45pm Shadows Reflection
06:30pm - 07:15pm Boys N Ties
 
Doors open at 6pm
Advance $10 and $15 at the door
18+ w/proper ID & All Ages w/parent
Free Parking and outdoor Smoking Patio
No Backpacks / No Re-Entry / No Outside Beverages
BIO:
Framing The Red is a Southern Rock n Roll band that is taking the national music scene by storm. They are not trying to get their foot in the door of opportunity, they are knocking it down. Framing The Red promises to deliver a show like none other, grabbing their audiences and bringing everyone to their feet with catchy riffs, great lyrics, and high impact live stage show that people will continue to talk about!
 
In 2010, Framing The Red started straight out of the heart of the southern United States. During the first year and a half the band recorded their first E.P., and began touring the nation hoping to make Framing The Red a household name! The bands first single “A.O.” gained mass popularity across the south beginning with a local station (Rock 93.7) out of Lafayette, La spinning the single on a constant rotation. After the release of their self titled E.P., which produced 2 radio singles “A.O” and “Lay Down Beside Me” the band set back and began writing what would become their freshman album “Welcome To The Show”.
 
In August of 2012, Framing The Red released their debut album “Welcome To The Show” producing three radio singles off the freshman album, along with a video release of the third single “Country Band Man”.
 
In May of 2016, Framing The Red released their second record “Love, Lies, & Alibis” producing the hit singles “Whiskey & Weed”, “CrossRoads, & “American Made”
 
2017 brought about the single “Mississippi Hippie” which has a video directed by music video extraordinaire, J.B. Lawrence.  The video can currently be found on YouTube as well as on this webpage.
 
Framing The Red signed to Old Trace Records/Malaco Music Group in the summer 2017 and began recording their third album “Mississippi Heat” realeased in 2019. 
 
You can currently find all albums through any online music sites & on TouchTunes & AMI jukebox’s across the nation! 
 
Www.FramingTheRed.Com
Www.Facebook.com/FramingTheRed
Www.Bandsintown.com/FramingTheRed

The Token Lounge
December 17, 2021 7:00 pm
Ages 18 and Up

Music 8pm
Doors open at 7pm
18+ w/proper ID & All Ages w/parent
Free Parking and Outdoor Smoking Patio
No Re-Entry / No Backpacks / No Outside Beverages

with The Gasoline Gypsies
The Token Lounge
December 18, 2021 6:00 pm
Ages 18 and Up

$25.00 - $200.00 More Info Buy Tickets
with Revolution X
The Token Lounge
January 7, 2022 7:00 pm
Ages 21 and Up

Showtimes: 10:00pm - REVOLUTION X - Queensryche Tribute 09:00pm - 10pm - POWERAGE - Tribute to AC/DC 07:30pm - 08:30pm - RETOOLED - Tribute to Tool 06:45pm - 07:15pm - SACRIFICE -Tribute to Creed  Doors open at 7pm $15 advance and $20 ... Read more
Showtimes:
10:00pm - REVOLUTION X - Queensryche Tribute
09:00pm - 10pm - POWERAGE - Tribute to AC/DC
07:30pm - 08:30pm - RETOOLED - Tribute to Tool
06:45pm - 07:15pm - SACRIFICE -Tribute to Creed
 Doors open at 7pm
$15 advance and $20 at the door
21+w/proper ID & All Ages w/parent
No Re-Entry / No Backpacks / No Outside Beverages
Free Lite Parking and Outdoor Smoking Patio 

The Token Lounge
January 8, 2022 7:00 pm
Ages 18 and Up

The Token Lounge
January 9, 2022 5:00 pm
Ages 18 and Up

The Token Lounge
January 15, 2022 7:00 pm
Ages 18 and Up

The Token Lounge
January 21, 2022 7:00 pm
Ages 18 and Up

The Token Lounge
January 29, 2022 7:00 pm
Ages 21 and Up

The Token Lounge
February 11, 2022 7:00 pm
Ages 21 and Up

ELIZA NEALS born in Detroit, is the protege to Songwriter Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy Award winner Motown songwriting legend Mr. Barrett Strong. She has taken the bluesrock world by storm with her in incendiary vocal stylings and original co... Read more
ELIZA NEALS born in Detroit, is the protege to Songwriter Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy Award winner Motown songwriting legend Mr. Barrett Strong. She has taken the bluesrock world by storm with her in incendiary vocal stylings and original compositions.Eliza's successful Tours of the EU UK and US have critics comparing her with Beth Hart, Susan Tedeschi and Koko Taylor. She has had FIFTEEN Songs in Heavy Rotation on SIRIUS XM BB Kings Bluesville since her 2015 explosive “Breaking and Entering" album. Eliza’s recent 2021 song “Sugar Daddy” with featured guest King Solomon Hicks reached #5 Top Blues songs on Sirius XM's Bluesville.  Her last album "Black Crow Moan" featuring blues Hall of Famer Mr. Joe Louis Walker and Rock icon Derek St. Holmes left them speechless during the pandemic of 2020.
Guesting, opening up for and recording with iconic bluesrockers like Walter Trout, Joe Louis Walker, Popa Chubby , Gary Hoey, Tommy Castro, Mike Zito, Albert Casatiglia ,  Pat Travers, Derek St. Holmes plus more has made her a fan favorite.
“At first glance, Neals’ voice shares a Janis Joplin and Etta James singing style; but her own unique and tremendous talents make her specifically superior and very, very likable.” Blues Music Magazine
Eliza recently won “BLUES ARTIST OF THE YEAR 2018” in the prestigious Detroit Black Music Awards. Fans voted for Eliza Neals, as she won the approval of the esteemed Detroit blues community. Eliza Neals has FIVE trophies in Blues and Rock from the Detroit Music Awards, along with many nominations. The Independent Blues Awards has nominated Eliza for a total of fourteen nominations since it’s inception.
 
Her radio charting and press is phenomenal, along with real youtube, spotify, amazon, itunes, facebook and instagram numbers, however the standout is seeing Eliza Neals perform live. “Eliza’s shows are exciting, intoxicating and jam packed with sultry powerful vocals, spirited moves and soulful piano playing, all while leading her stellar band ...not missing a beat.” Detroit Free Press

The Token Lounge
March 25, 2022 7:30 pm (Doors: 7:00 pm )
Ages 18 and Up

The Token Lounge
March 27, 2022 7:00 pm (Doors: 6:00 pm )
Ages 21 and Up

The Token Lounge
April 9, 2022 7:00 pm
Ages 21 and Up

The Token Lounge
April 14, 2022 7:00 pm
Ages 21 and Up

The Token Lounge
April 16, 2022 6:00 pm
Ages 18 and Up

The Token Lounge
April 30, 2022 7:00 pm
All Ages

Showtimes: Anthony Gomes Doors open at 7pm 18+ w/proper ID & All Ages w/parent Free Parking & Outdoor Smoking Patio No BAckpacks / No Re-Entry / No Outside Beverages   BIOGRAPHY “Gomes’ authentic voice and t... Read more
Showtimes:
Anthony Gomes
Doors open at 7pm
18+ w/proper ID & All Ages w/parent
Free Parking & Outdoor Smoking Patio
No BAckpacks / No Re-Entry / No Outside Beverages

 
BIOGRAPHY

“Gomes’ authentic voice and the formidable guitar chops place him in the forefront of modern blues.”

 - Blues Music Magazine

Anthony Gomes, #1 Billboard Blues Artist, is a triple threat force as a guitarist, vocalist and songwriter. This, along with his high-energy shows and dynamic stage presence, make him one of the top draws on the Rock/Blues circuit today.

 

Gomes’ new record Containment Blues, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Blues Chart, is the culmination of a life spent honoring Blues traditions while never losing sight of his own identity. The Toronto born guitar slinger stands his ground as a creative artist and is eager to push the Blues back into the mainstream.

 

“My goal is to keep the Blues fresh, exciting and even dangerous," says Gomes. "I want to bring back the thrill longtime Bluesmen created in their day. At the same time, I think it’s very important for the music to grow and evolve.

 

”He has performed with the likes of B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Robert Plant, Heart, Sammy Hagar, .38 Special, Jonny Lang, Robert Cray and Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Gomes recalled a conversation he had years ago with one of those legends. “B.B. King told me the Blues are like the laws of the land. They need to be amended to the times we live in,” Gomes said. “As an artist, it's very exciting to think that the Blues can be just as ground-breaking today as it ever was.

 

"Believing that music can inspire the human spirit, Anthony founded the Music Is the Medicine Foundation in 2010. This non-profit organization is dedicated to changing the lives of others through the healing power of music.

 

Anthony Gomes has nothing left to prove while leaving all his passion on the table. Nonetheless, he continues striving to not only find the legendary “lost chord,” but the ultimate combinations of words, notes and performance. Looking for an actual 21st Century guitar hero? Here he is.


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