Valentine’s Aftermath @ The Eagles Club

Valentines Aftermath @ The Eagles Club

Valentines Aftermath: Cryin’, Lovin’ or Leavin’! Whether you’ve been rocked, shocked or dropped, bring your fine self-esteem down to the Eagles Club. We are gonna have a couple of pops and dance off this cabin fever. And, you can pick up your very own copy of this fabolous, custom-made, limited edition David Witt® poster signed and numbered by the artist, for only $20. These are the good old days, friends! Click here for tickets!


CASH ONLY – Tribute to Johnny Cash!

We’re looking forward to this Saturday 1/20 at The Cabooze when we will pay our respects to JOHNNY CASH! With a great lineup up: Sherwin Linton (12:45), White Iron Band (11:45), Ol’ Yeller (9:45), and Gary West (9:00)! We’re on at 10:45. See you at The Cabooze!

Lee’s & Trailer Trash, A New Chapter!

Lee’s & Trailer Trash, A New Chapter; starts the year off with giving back to the Mpls North Side!

Behold! James Rhines​, Lee’s Liquor Lounge manager, presenting a check for $2,500 to Cody Schimelpfenig of Urban Homeworks​, with Nate Dungan​ from Trailer Trash​ looking on. This is how we do it: helping families in North Minneapolis! Thank you to Craig Kruckeberg​, Lee’s Liquor Lounge​, and everyone who came out to support our return to Lee’s on New Year’s Eve! Win/Win/Win = Winning!

Onward to 2018!


Thank you for making it a merry Xmas!

The Trashy Little Xmas Shows were fun as hell, weren’t they?  We had a blast!  Now we must pack away our Xmas decor and wardrobe, and get back to business!

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Hope to see you soon!



Friends, pretty soon we’re gonna have a whole lotta holidays going on! Here they come: Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s! We are looking forward to bringing back the merriment, irreverence and sheer joy! Pick a date with your favorite holiday revelers and join us, won’t you?

Goodbye, Mr. Merle.


Like millions of country fans the world over, we were saddened by the death of Merle Haggard earlier this month. We are thankful for his life and amazing talent. We were lucky enough to open for the man himself at a concert at the old Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis in 1995. It was truly a night to remember! Now that Merle has passed into eternity, we are blessed to carry on the legacy of his wonderful music. Thank you, and goodbye, Mr. Merle.