Das Bevo tonight 

Happy Friday! We have three more Fridays w/ Guerrilla Swing at Das Bevo, 7:30-10:30. Very much looking forward to that. Also, working on the artwork for the new CD. I have been hung up on this for a while. It's all designed, but I am getting error messages I don't understand, and that's about when I usually give up and just practice guitar, instead. If you know of a record company that wants to help me release a bunch of music, let me know! See you at Bevo tonight!


Tonight at The Thaxton Speakeasy! Tomorrow at Das Bevo! 

Tonight I am playing downtown at The Thaxton Speakeasy w/ the great saxophonist Rob Nugent. 

Wear your dancing shoes or a find dark, discreet corner. Art Deco paradise. Drinks straight from heaven. 

Friday night the Guerrillas are back at it at DAS BEVO! We have a new start time--7:30, and as always the inimitable Fred Friction & Jake Everett will entertain you, as well! 

Thursday, January 4 

working on new songs!  It always seem they come two or three at a time. 

Also, I have three gigs coming up in the next days...

Tonight (Thurs) at Robust Wine Bar in Webster w/ Kristian, 7-10

Friday at Das Bevo w/ Guerrilla Swing, 8-11

Monday at Yaquis on Cherokee, solo 8-11

Come out and bring your friends! 


I have gigs this week! Surprise, surprise!

Wednesday @ DAS BEVO w/ Jon Bonham & Friends, 8:00

Thursday HAPPY Thanksgiving! 

Friday @ DAS BEVO w/ Tommy Halloran's GUERRILLA Swing, 8:00

Saturday @ Extra Brut, 7:00

I hope you can make it out to a show, and hope you have a great holiday! 


Thursday, November 2nd  Podcast

It's a cold morning in St. Louis. I'm up early thinking about tunes and unions and bands, watching the clock til its no longer too early to play guitar in my apartment. 

This evening I am playing in Webster Groves at Robust Wine Bar with Max Kelly and his bass. This is always one of my favorite gigs. The people at Robust are wonderful--staff and clientele. Max and I play tunes we love, and in the duo setting we each get a chance to really stretch on our instruments when it comes to solos. Yes, as gigs go, this is always a good one. Hope you can make it out! 

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Happy Halloween! 

I will be playing with Jeremy Segel-Moss and Eric McSpadden (and probably some additional special guests) tonight at The Venice Cafe, starting at 10:00. Tuesdays at the Venice were recently named one of things people in St. Louis MUST do! 

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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