202.269.2150 .1812 HAMLIN STREET NE WDC 20018.

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Big Enough Band

An entertaining group performing a mixture of Jazz standards and original Jazz and Blues material.
Songwriter/guitarist ,Allan Harrington has won several songwriting awards, as well as having a CD nominated for a whammy  (for best blues cd "Cold Wind") in 2005.  With 7 cds, and more on the way, Allan is a prolific and engaging songwriter,  you can hear his outstanding band live in a comfortable and friendly atmosphere




Old School Dance Grooves, all swung hard and fast or smoothed with jazz finesse, combining Steel Strings,  Wooden Sticks,  Brass,  Reeds,   Red Hot Tubes and Stories of  SEX,  LOVE, DEATH,  REVENGE,  LOST HEARTS, LOST LIVES &  LOST MONEY     Everyone can relate.        Everyone can get into it.       Everyone should.   The Capital Blues Ensemble is:  John V - guitar   Art McK - drums    Bill C - bass     Swamp Dog - harp      Brian F - sax       Gary H - trumpet         Ian W - keys  and whatever guest players make it even wilder   More As We Get To It       Stay Tuned... Stay Clean... Stay Cool


Friday June 5 AT 8:30 P.M. NO COVER


Roots. Reggae. Rock. Claw band is the first reggae band to perform at Saint's Bourbon Street and their Carribean flavor and excellent musicianship keeps everyone coming back, regardless of genre preference. You dont want to miss their next performance!

Friday May 22 at 8:30 P.M. NO COVER


The Man and his Music

He's a singer of the blues and soul music a storytelling 260 pound music master. He's based in Washington, DC, but has put on hot body shaking shows in over 200 clubs from Missippi to Chicago to Maine. Dr. SO Feelgood's festival credits include Maryland State Bluebird Festival, Washington D.C. FolkLife Festival, Richmond, VA Cultural Arts Festival, Virginia State Clumbia Pike Blues Festival, Washington D.C. Blues Society

First Thing Smokin'

First Thing Smokin’is an old blues saying for a “smokin’ locomotive train dat gets you where you gots to”

That’s what First Thing Smokin’ Blues Band is all about. Get the dance party started. and funky. We  play old Blues with the flavor of Soul, R&B, Funk, Swing, Jazz, and Country. Not your standard run-of-the-mill blues band   .

Friday May 15 at 8:30 P.M. NO COVER

Flloyd and the Down Home Blues Band

 This band specializes in covers from the sixties and beyond! From MoTown to your town, by the end of the night you will be singing some of your favorite songs!  When you are in a mood to reminisce and feel like you really are hearing that Down Home Flavor, Floyd is who you need to come to hear!

James Bell Jr Jazz Trio

This Band was formed in January of 2009 and is composed of 3 pieces, guitar, bass and drums. The guitarist, James Bell is the founder of the group. He has 30 years of playing experience and has performed with concert jazz groups Chemistry Band in DC, The Night Moves in MD, The Harlem Jazz Workshop in NYC, The York College jazz ensemble in Jamaica, NY. He lived in New York City for 12 years, went to school for music theory at Long Island University and York College in Jamaica, NY, and has performed at the Blue Note Club in New York, the Village Gate, NYC, and private parties.


Mac McDonald and the BLUEZ you can UZE

Friday June 26 @ 8:30 P.M. NO COVER


Meteors Blues Band has Memphis roots, Cajun flavor, and National fame. Its no wonder that when you hear the Meteors you feel like you are in heaven!

Friday May 29 at 8:30 P.M. NO COVER

Stacy Brooks Blues Band

Stacy Brooks has been singing since the age of 5 starting in Zweibruken Germany.  She has sung with many bands and recorded with other great artists.  However, early February 2007, a promoter contacted her through MySpace to open for Legendary Blues Man Lonnie Shields in Wilmington, Delaware.  Stacy decided it was time to break out as a solo artist and as a result was nominated for a WAMMIE for “New Artist of The Year” by the Washington Area Music Association that year.  Compiled with members from former bands, Stacy debut The Stacy Brooks Band at Saint’s Bourbon Street Restaurant.  Fast forward to 2009, as executive producer Stacy is about to release her highly anticipated debut CD titled, “Love, Peace & The Blues.  This CD boast’s 7 songs Stacy wrote and also a duet with  Legendary Blues Man Kenny Neal.  The co-producer’s are Kenny Neal and Memphis Gold.  Come by, you never know who will stop in to play  when she is at Saint’s Bourbon Street Restaurant.     


Friday June 19 at 8:30 P.M. NO COVER   

Ursurla Ricks Project

Ursula Ricks Project is a group of players carefully selected by Ursula.  Comprised of electric bass, lead guitar, drums and sometimes keyboard and harmonica.  They are a power driven force that can stand on it’s own and does when Ursula yields the floor to solos that engender hoots and celebratory applause.  Ursula Ricks Project is smoky, sizzlin’ and tight.


The sound of Ursula Ricks first presented itself at the 8x10 in 1990 with her then band ‘ArJuHi’ for an open jam.  Ursula has a huge performance history in Baltimore and the surrounding area’s in and outside of Maryland.  Ursula has played Artscape, Baltimore Blues Festivals, Café Tattoo, Café Hon, Cat’s Eye Pub, Full Moon Saloon, Belvedere Hotel, Laurrapin Grill Havre de Grace, Waterfront Fells Point, and Old Bowie Towne Grill to name a few.  Ursula Ricks Project also is available for private functions.  The repertoire includes outstanding classics such as Down Home Blues, The Thrill is Gone, You Shook Me, Nighttime is the Right Time, Little Queenie, and Somthin’ on Your Mind.


Ursula Ricks Project is a dynamic blues band that leaves a powerful and distinctive impact.  They are here in the tri-state region, and they’re the talk of town.


Friday May 8 at 8:30 P.M. NO COVER

Whale Etoufee

Whale Etoufee Split off in 2005 from Chris' longtime blues band BLUES MUSEUM, after Chris' return from his second extended sojurn in New Orleans, meeting, befriending, and playing with local musicians there. Long versed in standard, classic and Chicago Jazz and Blues, Chris declared in his July and August columns in Alexandria's OLD TOWN CRIER newspaper that he was going to devote his full time and attention to New Orleaniana from now on.  Since the disasters of Katrina and Rita, Whale Etoufee has performed to raise funds for the afflicted of the Gulf Coast on numerous occassions.

Friday June 12