Tap House regular performer, the clever and talented Craig Thurston, will be here putting his original take on classics Sept. 28th from 8-10:00.
Thursday $3 featured drafts
From Craig’s bio:
I grew up in Noblesville, Indiana home of Deer Creek Music Center. Saw my first Dead show as an employee there (parking attendant) when I was sixteen and the rest of my days were seriously altered from that point to the present. I bought my first guitar when I was nineteen and became obsessed with the music I loved; Dead, Dylan, CSNY, Floyd, and countless others. 23+ years later I perform primarily in Indiana as a solo artist but also as a duo and Trio with various musicians. This year I have played in 16 different cities across the state of Indiana, with over 130 performances since May.
Jason is a wildly entertaining guitarist and singer who has a catalog of over 1800 songs. Last time up he played Jason Aldean, David Allan Coe, and Luke Bryan, also Sublime, Soundgarden, Stone Temple Pilots, and the list goes on and on (and on). I don’t know if he knows your favorite song but failing in that I wager he knows one by your favorite artist, floating around in his head. One thing I am sure of–you’ll be singing along and having a good time!
As always, we will have $3 featured drafts!
Tap House 24 is very excited to have Philadelphia’s own Hymn for Her stopping by on a cross-country tour. Freshly back in the States after touring Europe, Hymn for Her should be an electrifying show! From their own website: ‘Hymn for Her have been busy touring across the country and abroad over the past few years, injecting juiced-up backwoods country blues with a dose of desert rock psychedelia that has been described as “Hell’s Angels meets the Amish,” and “Hillbillies with electronics opening Pandora’s Box”.’ Sounds awesome, amiright?
As always, we will have $3 featured drafts and we are also pleased to host a tap takeover with Founder’s Brewing Co. out of New Holland, MI. Regularly viewed as one of the top craft breweries in the United States with several beers in ratebeer’s top 100, Founder’s has becoming a household name among craft beer drinkers.