Catchy rock songs often have a blazing guitar riff, a sing-along chorus, and subliminal messages about getting out of your small town. Get hooked with this GrouponLive deal.
- One ticket to a concert, plus a $10 voucher toward gourmet comfort food
- Where: Jergel’s Rhythm Grille
- Seating: general admission
- Ticket values include all fees.
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- $25 to see Eddie Money on Thursday, May 9, at 8 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. (up to a $60 value)
- $9 to see Bruce in the USA on Saturday, May 11, at 9 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. (up to a $29 value)
- $9 to see Simon & Garfunkel Retrospective on Thursday, May 16, at 8 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. (up to a $28 value)
Eddie Money – “Gimme Some Water” (Live in 2006)
Eddie Money, an iconic rock ‘n’ roll powerhouse and a permanent fixture of American radio waves, unwraps beefy hits laced with passionate showmanship during his gripping performances. Since his eponymous 1977 double-platinum debut album, Money has stockpiled music history with raucous, seductive anthems that shake and sizzle like an old clothes dryer filled with bacon. From Top 40 classics such as “Two Tickets to Paradise” and “Baby Hold On” to the inescapably virile “Take Me Home Tonight,” Eddie burrows inside the heads of listeners with infectious lyrics. A gracious entertainer with an unshaven voice and the altruism of a pro-bono rock doctor, Eddie’s passion for performing and love of the audience has the power to turn squads of bashful trigonometry teachers into impenetrable cheerleading pyramids.
Bruce in the USA
Bruce in the USA – “Two Hearts”
It takes more than a pair of worn-out jeans and a blue-collared shirt to morph into Bruce Springsteen. But nobody has to tell that to Bruce in the USA frontman Matt Ryan. In addition to the tight pants and mop of curly hair bouncing on his head, Ryan has channeled the Boss's work-hardened pipes and low-key swagger for more than a decade. Backed by musicians from Blue Oyster Cult and Meatloaf to stand in for the E St. Band, Ryan plows his way through an all-American set of such hits as “Born in the U.S.A.” and “Dancing in the Dark”.
Simon & Garfunkel Retrospective
Simon & Garfunkel Retrospective – “Flowers Never Bend with the Rainfall”
Accompanied only by an acoustic guitar, Jonathan Beedle's sweeping tenor soars, weaving in and out of A.J. Swearingen's grounded baritone. If that image seems familiar, it should. As Simon & Garfunkel Retrospective the duo pays homage to the folk twosome that overshadows all others, drawing from the influential ‘60s sound birthed in the now-legendary Greenwich Village. Entertaining audiences as their musical alter egos since 1991, Beedle and Swearingen run through older and lesser-known songs, blending their voices like an aural smoothie.
Jergel’s Rhythm Grille
Jergel’s Rhythm Grille satisfies cravings. Whether a person is thirsting for a cold beer, hungering for a burger with pineapple on it, or hankering to hear their favorite song without their child providing arrhythmic percussion on an empty pot, they can find it in the two-story venue and eatery. At the head of the 17,000-square-foot space, a stage carries live shows by both national and regional acts, while audiences dance under colored lights or sit off to the side in a private booth with a shareable plate of seared duck breast. And those craving fresh air and quiet can find their goods on the outdoor patio, where they can sip a glass of wine and explore the rest of the menu's gourmet comfort fare.