October 29th is the 4th of this six-part series.
Anna & the Consequences have invited lesser, unknown and even undiscovered talent from Columbus to perform with them and play a set. The spotlight shines on The Good Time Charleys, now all they need is to hear your applause!
The Good Time Charleys are a six piece band playing all-time favorite tunes with a Dixieland beat! Music that gets your toes tappin’! Happy, fun, The Good Time Charleys are the “I’ve got to hear that” Band! Expect a foot stomping good time as we reinvent the Consequences Songbook!
Dave Weibel has played tenor banjo professionally since his early twenties. Early in his musical career he was employed as a full time-musician at “Your Fathers Mustache” nightclub on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. A highlight of Dave’s career was playing at the Your Father’s Mustache Reunion Concert at Carnegie Hall in NYC in 2011.
Mr. Pat Chase, a slide trombonist, came to Columbus to pursue a music degree. The OSU graduate has toured 3 times and recorded 4 albums with various groups since beginning his performance career in 2007.
Mr. Lynn Fullerton started playing trumpet in high school. In 1978, Lynn began playing professionally on a riverboat down on the Ohio River with The Restoration Rag/Jazz Band. When not performing with The Good Time Charleys, Lynn can be seen performing with Razzamatazz & Jazz, The Paul Fertig Trio, Alternative to Bingo and Ken & Mary Turbo Accordion Express.
Ms. Stephanie Hanson on clarinet is a student at The Ohio State University and is the youngest member of The Good Time Charleys.
Mr. Aaron Jackson plays guitar AND tuba, is a Retired Music Educator that spent 37 years in the classroom and taught privately for 42 years. Aaron has played in ensembles and bands of virtually every type, including Orchestras, Concert, Brass, and Dixieland.
Drummer Mr. David Johnston is a 50 year music veteran, David’s first paid gig was as an 8th grader with the “Mustangs”. He drums full time and in addition to The Good Time Charleys, he performs with Omega Kick, The Palace Theatre Big Band, Alternative To Bingo, The Fountainaires Big Band, Marion Concert Band and
The Palace Pit Orchestra. Dave would like to thank Ringo, Buddy, Liberty, and Neil.
Tickets are $5 in advance $7 day of show, music is 8-10pm.
RSVP online immediately as dinner seating is limited!!
Natalie’s Coal Fired Pizza
5601 North High Street, Worthington, OH 43085
(614) 436 – 2625 (COAL)
Kitchen open until 10:30PM
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Future dates and guests:
*Tues Nov 19th, 8-10pm – John Zuck of Ishkabibble fame and Turkey Farm seduces us with his original ambient solo bass using pedals, loops and such. Turkey Farm takes off from where Ishkabibble left off, ZTF is an energized power trio laying down a vast array of rock genres. Some of our other current projects: Mike Perkins, Fletch, Chaminade Fight Club.
*Tues Dec 17th, 8-10pm – DJ Scratch Johnson, Turntable Fx’s
Born and raised in the Buckeye State, Scratch Johnson aka DJ Drastic plays Hip Hop, Rock, Dance, R&B, anything and everything. Whatever the people want, he’ll play it, with a hip-hop feel! Arguably one of the best DJs to come out of Ohio, Drastic is a 21-year veteran in the pro dj world. In Columbus he was house DJ for the famous locally televised Groove Shack Open Mic Night and the music producer for the Hip Hop show “Live and Direct”. He also taught a dj class at The Ohio State University in 2000, while spending his nights DJ-ing parties at the Short Stop teen center. Drastic was voted Ohio Hip Hop Awards 2008 Turntablist of the Year, with nominations every year to date AND named Dj Battle Champion 4 times. Drastic recently toured the west coast on the “Up All Night” Tour, rocking San Francisco, Los Angeles, Mesa, and Yuma, Arizona. Drastic just released his first Ep, now available on iTunes, entitled “Ear Progression”. Currently Scratch Johnson is working on a Rock album and operating his own Internet Radio Station http://scratchjohnson.caster.fm/