St. Patrick’s Day evening will be celebrated at Salty Dog Bar and Grill in the Beach with food and drink and powerhouse rock and roll from La Magna Cartel.
The band features former members of Cinema Face and Lee Aaron groups.
Special guest will be local guitarist/vocalist Tony Oldland, of The Beachles, and host of TonyO’s Wednesday Night Variety Jam at Salty.
The fun gets underway 6 p.m. tonight (Sunday, March 17) at the Salty Dog, 1980 Queen St. E.
And don’t forget St. Patrick’s Day partiers who wish to celebrate in the Beach that rides on the 501 Queen Street streetcar will be free from 4 p.m. on March 17 through to 2:30 a.m. on March 18 courtesy of Jameson Irish Whiskey.
Salty Dog, marking a decade at Queen Street East and Waverley Road, will continue to up the weekend musical ante in the Beach with Supercharged Sundays Roots & Rockabilly.
The four appearances here since November of rockabilly stalwarts, the Inline Six, were so popular that the trio will appear every other Sunday (except Easter) from 4 to 7 p.m. beginning March 24.
Starting at the same time on Sunday March 31, Beaches-based The Two Fours will pour out their eclectic and electric mix of rock, roll, roots, blues, country, and random tunes. Expect many well known faves (and a few almost forgotten gems) from the recent and distant past at this show.
For more info on who is playing when at Salty Dog, and on today’s St. Patrick’s Day party, please visit https://www.facebook.com/saltydogbarandgrill