Blues & Bourbon Wednesday
at the Momo

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every Wednesday

5:30pm doors | 6:30-9pm music!

ONLY $8 admission most nights!

Dance Floor + Food + Bourbon Flights

Momo Sacramento(Above Harlow's)
2708 J St., Sacramento CA 95616

We've lined up a superb Wednesday series of blues artists
from SoCal, NorCal and Delta to Delta!

Come on up and get on down!

Check out this write up about the series in Submerge Magazine:

  $8 December 19
Steve Freund Trio
(Chicago/Bay Area)
Dec. 26- CLOSED- Happy Holidays!
Jan.2- CLOSED. Happy New Year!
Jan. 9- Kyle Rowland Band (Sacramento)
Jan . 16- Aki Kumar Band (Bay Area)
Jan. 23- James Armstrong Band ( Springfield, IL)
Jan. 30- TBA


Dec. 19 -  Steve Freund Trio (Chicago/Bay Area) - $8

"Steve Freund is one of the most consistently creative 
guitarists playing blues today."...a commanding, quite soulful vocalist."
-Lee Hildebrand, Living Blues Magazine

Guitarist, producer and bandleader Steve Freund, praised by Rolling Stone for his "masterful, no-nonsense guitar work,” continues to share his feeling
for the blues wherever he can. Steve has appeared on over 50 albums, and produced seven.His recording credits include work with Sunnyland Slim, Boz Scaggs, Koko Taylor, 
Bonnie Raitt, Hubert Sumlin, Pinetop Perkins, Maria Muldaur, Saffire, and many other luminaries. 
He spent 18 years in Chicago, working with the true legends of the blues. In 1994 Freund moved to the Bay Area and continues to perform locally and internationally. 

His new Delmark Records album, Back To Chicago, has just been released to great acclaim. As The Rockwell Ave. Blues Band, he is reunited with long-time friends in the their deep blues brotherhood:  Ken Saydak (Johnny Winter, Lonnie Brooks, Big Shoulders), Tad Robinson (Big Shoulders, Dave Specter), Harlan Terson (Lonnie Brooks, Koko Taylor) , Marty Binder(Albert Collins, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy ). They make their Chicago debut as headliners at the  world's largest blues festival,  The 35th Annual Chicago Blues Festival in June.

"How Blues Can You Get"