West Texas singer-songwriter Cliff Cody plays the Hog’s Breath Saloon from 5:30 – 9:30 p.m., Dec. 15 – 21.
“Chasin Whiskey,” Cody’s first recorded cut was recognized as a highlight of Julie Roberts’ album “Men and Mascara” by Rolling Stone Magazine. Since first playing the Key West Songwriters Festival a few years ago, Cody has become a favorite and regular performer in the Keys. His soulful voice and story telling style of writing has helped him build a loyal following. He makes fast friends and forever fans and once you hear him, you’ll become both.
Paul Deakin’s band rocks the late night
Uncle Daddy is at the Hog’s Breath Saloon. Drummer Paul Deakin, one of the original members of the Mavericks, and his band, Uncle Daddy, are at the Hog’s Breath Saloon playing the late night gig, 10 p.m.-2 a.m., from Dec. 15 – 21.
The new rock ‘n’ roll band has friends stopping by and promises nights of jammin’ old-time rock ‘n’ roll on the Hog’s outdoor stage.
“Some of the best rock ‘n’ rollers will jam,” Deakin promises. “The last couple of time we’ve played the Hog, the turnout has been fantastic and it’s going to continue ever better with the new band.”
Deakin said he is never sure who will show up to jam with the band, but it’s always someone interesting.