Live Music 7 days a Week! We also serve the tastiest Thin Crust Pizza and Buffalo Wings in the Universe from open till close daily. CALL US FOR CARRY-OUT @ 304-345-3914
Monday:Charleston WV's Longest Running Open Mic Night With our Hosts Pepper Fandango The Needful Things and Joshua Pantry Christian Come down and Jam with all of our Talented Hosts
Open Mic night is always FREE
Tuesday:NO COVERwithThe Spurgie Hankins Band~ Original Singer Songwriter from Charleston WV. Check out his Great Original Songs and you Might Hear a Cover or two as well Happy Hour Prices all night Long!
Wednesday: Is a Showcase for the Best local andOccasionally you can see a Great Touring Band on Wednesday Nights as well! (Cover May vary for Special Events)
Thursday: See the best Touring and Local bands routing through Charleston on Thursdays. Some of the Most Talented bands To ever Play Charleston have come through Charleston at amazing prices because we are a great routing point for Touring Bands. (Cover on special events may vary)
Friday and Saturday: The Party is at the Empty Glass every weekend!!! We always have the best Best Most Ecclectic Entertainment Available starting with Free Happy Hour Jazz Every Friday Featuring Dugan Carter and Friends! After Happy Hour Ends at 9pm The Party Kicks in with the best Local and Touring acts available! Average cover on the weekends is $7 but may be more or less Depending on the Entertainment.
Sunday:On nights when there is a Mountain Stage recording we have the Post Mountain Stage Jam Hosted by the Carpenter Ants. Acts are always invited down to hang out and Jam after the Mountain Stage Recordings and alot of times they show up. In the Past we have had acts such as Cake, Joss Stone, Jacob Dylan, Jason Isbell, Govt. Mule, and many more show up and Hang out and Jam. This is where the Magic Happens! Cover on Mtn Stage Nights is $7 or $5 if you attented the Mtn Stage Recording. On nights when there isnt a Mtn Stage Recording there will be other Events scheduled.
Witchsister with Jesus and the Groupies and Softspoken
Witchsister is an all female/family band from Fayetteville, Arkansas. Sisters Stevie (bass), Stephanie (vocals), and Skylar Petet (guitar) and their cousin Kelsey Petet (drums) have been together for five years. Witchsister's sound is a violent mixture of rock and roll, punk, metal, and a wee bit o' prog.
Stephanie Petet, the eldest Witchsister, got fed up with trying to play music with men that only wanted to tell her how and what to play around 2011-12. It was Christmas break 2013 when she texted her sisters and cousin and said lets jam! The rest is history really except that they share holidays, graduations, and birthdays together like family does. Witchsister's live performances is were the magic happens, they are transformed into shrieking banshees, possessed versions of themselves, forcing the crowd to participate in the sacrifice of "giving a shit". When you wake up the next morning after a Witchsister you will have a bangover.
DiTrani Brothers and the Hammer of Spring play original songs from and about the dystopic present, and ragtime and jazz tunes from the underside of the past.
Django Reinhardt, Tom Waits, Cab Calloway, Freddy Taylor, Jay Munly, Hank Williams, Memphis Jug Band, etc. We also draw influence from our fellow musicians.
Smokestack Relics can only be defined as a dirty swamp rock band.The two brothers sing about livin', lovin', dyin' and the hell down below. The band is stripped down to her bare essentials creating a raw roots feel. When they're not playing in Denver you may find them playing throughout the grand ol' South and Midwest, scrapin up enough cash to make it to the next show with coffee and cigarettes in hand.
Formed in 2013 by long time friends Paul Joseph and DJ Riddick in Jacksonville Florida. The band has released 3 DIY albums...."Something Wicked Comes This Way", "Cold Sunday Blues" and 2016,s "Hellbound Train Rollin"
Origami Ghosts: the band. What is antifolk? Dance! Spring Tour 2019 Celebrating the release of their new album Healthy Travel Potions. Joined by awesome local bands...Texture: Yellow and Such Marvelous Monsters.
Origami Ghosts: It's a band! Music from the bedroom underground. Musicians from Seattle, WA currently residing in Austin, TX. It's "indie", it's "alternative", it's "punk", it's "pop", what is "antifolk?"...Dance!!! Brought to you by Jean Paul de Bellevue and Friends.
Weird and beautiful songs guided by singer/songwriter and guitarist JP Scesniak, Origami Ghosts can be one -- JP -- or many. The latter arrangement currently combines the sweet storytelling and songwriting of Scesniak with the magical synth, flute, and melodica! playing of Cassandra Wulff, and the blazingly ambitious cello and drum shreds of Jacob Leavitt and Ben Kendall respectively. Origami Ghosts encourage you to stop asking, "what is antifolk?", and experience firsthand for yourself the mind-bending hypno-folk of OG.
Spring 2019 Tour lineup: JP Scesniak, Cassandra Wulff, Anthony Long (drums)
Hawkins King is an original band born in the used to be rural but is now suburban Raleigh, NC area. Fronted by multi-instrumentalist and slide guitar sorcerer Daniel Anderson, they present songs drawing from his own hardship, sorrow, joy, and triumphs as inspiration.
Musically, they exude the confidence to effortlessly pull off nearly anything stylistically. From jazz, blues, rock, to country, they are purveyors of fine American music.