my May calendar (what's left of May, anyway!) 

Monday 5/14 - Yaquis on Cherokee - Tommy solo, 8pm

Tuesday 5/15 - Venice Cafe - Blues w/ Jeremy Segel-Moss, 10pm

Thursday 5/17  - Joe's Cafe - Songwriter night, Tommy & Ryne Watts, 8pm BYOB

Friday 5/18 - Extra Brut - Tommy solo, 7pm

Sunday 5/20 - Dark Room - Brunch trio, w/ Max Kelly & Kristian Baarsvik, 11am

Tuesday 5/22 - Venice Cafe - Blues w/ Jeremy Segel-Moss, 10pm

Wednesday 5/23 - Failoni's - Tommy solo, 6pm

Thursday 5/24 - Taytro's Bistro - Tommy solo, 7pm

Saturday 5/26 - Olio - Tommy w/ Ben Osborne, 7pm

Monday 5/28 - Yaquis on Cherokee - Tommy solo, 8pm

Tuesday 5/29 - Venice Cafe - Blues w/ Jeremy Segel-Moss, 10pm

Great shows this week! 

Tuesday  @ Venice Cafe 10pm

Wednesday  @ Herbie's 5pm

Thursday @ Shaved Duck 6:30pm

Friday @ Food Truck  Friday, Tower Grove Park, 4:00pm

Saturday @ Tower Grove Park Farmer's Market, 10:00am

Saturday @ Urban Chestnut (midtown) 4:15pm

Sunday @ Magpie's 12:00noon

I hope to see YOU!

 

Champagne! 

I am playing tonight at Extra Brut, the little champagne & oyster bar in Clayton, 7-10. Come be fancy with me!

Champagne! 

I am playing tonight at Extra Brut, the little champagne & oyster bar in Clayton, 7-10. Come be fancy with me!

Shows this week 

I have a few fin shows this week...

Thursday at Robust Wine Bar in Webster, 7-10 duo

Friday at Extra Brut in Clayton, 7-10 solo

Sunday at Magpies in St.Charles, noon-3 trio

I hope to see you!

 

 

The Thaxton Speakeasy tonight 

I am playing with the great saxophonist Rob Nugent tonight in downtown STL at the Thaxton Speakeasy. 

We hit at 9:30 and play all night. Come on by for some tunes and some drinks in this art deco hideout!

Shaved Duck 

It is the 2nd Thursday of the month which means I am playing tonight at The Shaved Duck, 6:30-9:30!

Good eatin' tonight!

Robust tonight! 

I'm playing with Kristian tonight at Robust Wine Bar in Webster Groves, 7-10. 

Come on my if you in the neighborhood. It's a great place, always a fun gig. 

Tommy Halloran performs music anyone would appreciate... He is to jazz as Uncle Tupelo was to country-western or Steve Earle to bluegrass. He possesses the schooling (both formal and hard-knocks) as well as the "chops" of a great jazzman... The basic truths of Delta-blues, swing, Gospel, and Bohemia are deeply rooted in Tommy's songwriting psyche. Like Randy Newman or Tom Waits (who seldom appear in the same sentence), his cooking belies his ingredients. He may not be "Chasin' the Bird", but he's certainly flippin' the bird as a top-rate improviser... Tommy embodies the original spirit of jazz. His blues, his bounce, and his ballads rival great musicians from any era.  - David Seymour, JazzReview.com (8/11/2005)

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