Bettye LaVette 6/20/15

Bettye ripped up the Narrows last time through. Impassioned vocals, writhing and prancing on stage like a panther. One of the best shows we have ever hosted. We are honored and ecstatic for her return performance.

Sleepy LaBeef 6/25/15

A Rockabilly legend. For half a century, Sleepy LaBeef has lived his life on stages, in honky-tonks, and on the road. He has released records in six different decades and has had chart success as far back as the sixties and as recently as the year 2000. Sleepy LaBeef has shared bills with practically every great in music history: Elvis Presley, George Jones, Roy Orbison, Wanda Jackson, Carl Perkins, has numbered in his band over five hundred people (including the likes of Doug Kershaw, Kenny Rogers, Glen Campbell, D.J. Fontana, and Grady Martin), and has been an admitted influence to such a variety of people as Brian Setzer, Bruce Springsteen, and the Beatles.

Tom Green 6/19/15

Stand up comedian and actor Tom Green sparked a TV revolution with his hit MTV comedy series ‘The Tom Green Show.’ One of MTV’s top-rated programs, ‘The Tom Green Show,’ paved the way for shows like ‘Jackass,’ ‘Punk’d’ and ‘Fear Factor.’ With its guerrilla video tactics and outrageous stunts, it was unlike anything that had been seen before. After his show was acquired and broadcast by MTV, Green went on to produce, direct and star in several films, including such blockbusters as ‘Road Trip’ and ‘Charlie’s Angels,’ as well as the cult classics ‘Freddy Got Fingered,’ and ‘Stealing Harvard.’ Green has appeared multiple times on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman,’ ‘The Tonight Show,’ ‘Oprah,’ ‘The Jimmy Kimmel Show,’ ‘The View,’ ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien,’ ‘Live with Regis & Kelly,’ and ‘The Wendy Williams Show.’ In fact, he is one of the few comedians in history given the chance to guest-host David Letterman’s program. He has also hosted ‘Saturday Night Live,’ and has appeared on numerous magazine covers including the coveted cover of ‘Rolling Stone’ magazine. This show is intended for mature audiences.