Free Live Music in The Underground in March

Free Live Music in The Underground in March

Date: March 5, 2023 to March 31, 2023
Time: Friday-Saturday: 8 p.m. to Midnight, Sunday: 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Cost: Free entry with password

Join us for live music in The Underground speakeasy and distillery at The Mob Museum in March. Find the weekly password in The Underground’s Instagram Stories for free admission to the speakeasy located in the basement of The Mob Museum! Must be 21+ to attend.

Entertainment lineup for March (Friday-Saturday: 8 p.m. to Midnight, Sunday: 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.)

  • Sunday, March 5: Nieve Malandra
  • Friday, March 10: The Souvenairs
  • Sunday, March 12: Colte Julian and The Sidecars
  • Friday, March 17: Colte Julian and The Sidecars
  • Saturday, March 18: The Shaun DeGraff Band
  • Sunday, March 19: The Volsteads
  • Saturday, March 25: Michael Ross Nugent
  • Sunday, March 26: The Sin-Phonics
  • Friday, March 31: Amanda King and the Prohibition Three

ABOUT OUR PERFORMERS

  • Nieve Malandra, a fresh mix on international sytles from the jazz era and The Great American Songbook, singing in 5 languages to appeal to an eclectic audience.
  • The Souvenairs are a four-piece group performing classics from the Great American songbook. From hot, up-tempo swing to jazz ballads and beyond, the band provides a diverse program of music for all audiences.
  • Colte Julian and The Sidecars, a dynamic piano-showman, performs unique jazz renditions of classics along with his band.
  • Shaun DeGraff Band, re-imaged jazz versions of modern pop music. A modern take on the vintage jazz experience.
  • The Volsteads, with an emphasis on Jump Blues, The Volsteads harken back to the risque rhythms of 1940-50s. The lineup of musicians and contemporary expression breathes new life into the swing and jazz standards.
  • Michael Ross Nugent and his top-of-the-line trio provide a truly authentic sound reminiscent of the 1920s and 1930s.
  • The Sin-Phonics are an innovative jazz band delivering a modern, soul-infused taste of the 1920s and 30s Jazz Age.
  • Amanda King & Her Prohibition Three are a classic chanteuse showcasing musical gems from pre-1950’s American popular music and jazz.