Speakeasy takes it home

Speakeasy is returning to their Midwest roots for seven-days of music in celebration of their latest studio endeavor, recorded with producer Pete Matthews (B-52’s, North Mississippi All Stars). The new album, yet to be named, promises to be the best and brightest recording the band has lain on wax yet.
Known for rip-roaring harmonica, four-part harmonies, and a rhythm section that gets hips shaking it’s no surprise that Speakeasy is rapidly building a loyal fan-base. Considering the undeniable musical skill in the band, these guys could easily take themselves too seriously, but Speakeasy is not afraid of bringing outrageous fun into their shows. They're true performers.
After a feast of original tunes that combine tasteful songwriting and pull-no-punches rock n’ roll, they’ve been known to top off a show with an unlikely cover or two, ranging from The Talking Heads’ “Road to Nowhere” to Digital Underground’s “The Humpty Hump.” Whether dancing with reckless abandon or just sitting back and enjoying the tunes, audiences are left with ear-to-ear grins.


Apr 21 Montseratt Winery: Knob Noster, MO *free show w/Mississippi Flapjacks
Apr 26 Club Blue: Warrensburg, MO w/Bockman
Apr 27 Mojo's: Columbia, MO w/Sugarfree Allstars
Apr 28 Earth Tones Music Festival: Eureka Springs, AR
May 4 Davey's Uptown: Kansas City, MO
May 5 Outland Ballroom: Springfield, MO
May 11 George's Majestic: Fayetteville, AR