The Best Things in Life are FREE – December 2017

Wondering what to do on those cold winter nights in December? No need to stay at home, as the Island has plenty of free fun for you at Club Four One. Check out the free music, dancing and comedy happening in December…Island’s Music and Lounge Entertainment in December

November 30 – December 2: Asphalt Cowboys
8:30 PM – 1:15 AM EST
Asphalt Cowboys is a high energy variety cover band with several original tunes as well! They live to play and play to live!!! LIVE LOUD!!!!

December 3: Bill Gorgo – as seen on ABC and Oprah Winfrey, with Mike Stricker
Bill sets the tone with his sit-down storytelling. With Gorgo, the audience feels comfortable as they get a whiff of Chicago. He runs through stories of Growing up Catholic, raising a daughter, approaching the dating world…Bill makes audiences appreciate the possibilities– and hilarity — of maturity.”

December 7-9: Jake Gill
8:30 PM – 1:15 AM EST
Gill admits there is no place he would rather be today, his road to a musical
career began relatively later than most. It wasn’t until his early 30s that he considered giving music his all as a career. Then, an audition for one of America’s biggest television shows cemented his career goals. He recalls that he was still a little unsure of music as a vocation, but trying out for “The Voice” gave him clear focus on his music. “After that, I started to think ‘You know what? I can do this.” Hard at work on his fourth album, Gill had a hand in either writing or co-writing every song on each of his albums. He says that as a songwriter, he loves telling a story – especially if it is his. “I like to write from experience – something I have lived through myself. As a performer, Gill qualifies as a “road warrior,” with a full slate of dates on his schedule. He has also worked the stage with such musical heavyweights as Jake Owen, Easton Corbin, and Chris Cagle. But, there’s one performer and stage that stands head and shoulders above them all.

December 10: Myke Herlihy – as seen on Comedy Central, with Kate Brindle
Myke is originally from Manchester, CT.  Myke Herlihy is the most “loveable jerk” you’ll ever meet! After spending thirteen years behind bars…(serving drinks, not time) Myke now takes his Bartender's wit to the comedy stage. Myke’s laid-back style will quickly put you at ease, and while you’ll sometimes find yourself laughing WITH him…You’ll always be laughing AT him.

December 14-16: Bear Creek Band
8:30 PM – 1:15 AM EST
The Bear Creek Band, based out of West Central Wisconsin, is an “extreme variety” entertainment group that performs a huge variety of musical styles, ranging from “Hank Williams to Z.Z. Top, – Lady Antebellum to Lady Gaga”, in a fun – fast paced show sure to please any and all musical tastes.

December 17: Bryan Cork – as heard on SIRUS XM and FOX, with Shawn Shelnutt
Bryan was born in Georgia & would like to tell you he was born on the back of a melon truck, or while his parents were squirrel hunting. But then you wouldn’t be reading this because he would have his own version of ‘Duck Dynasty’ and he would be a big reality star. Unfortunately, it was nothing quite as exotic as that. Bryan was born in a military hospital because his Dad was in the Army. They soon moved back to the suburbs of Chicago where his formative years were spent. Bryan’s started his journey in to comedy early. Now he tours the country sharing his unique brand of clean humor and clever stories about deer hunting, tech support, and how Pictionary can ruin Thanksgiving. He will leave you, and your audience roaring with laughter. Not to mention, Bryan claims scientific research has shown that his show will lower your cholesterol, whiten your teeth, and make your children anxious to help with chores around the house.

December 21-23: White Ties
8:30 PM – 1:15 AM EST
Veteran entertainers from the Midwest with a high energy, dynamic, fun filled show that is a perfect choice for your casino, club or festival. Featuring a brother-sister duo with a blend of extraordinary vocals, soaring guitar leads and a rockin’ rhythm section reminiscent of The Eagles.

December 24: Johnny Dam
Johnny Dam has been performing ever since he could utter a sentence. As the resident class clown, he deprived his fellow students of any semblance of a public education, all in the name of comedy. Fortunately, it didn’t stop there. A native of Los Angeles, Johnny began his actual comedy career in December of 1991. After a six-week class at a community college, he delivered his first five-minute set and was hooked for life! Since then he has toured throughout the U.S. and Canada, traveled into war zones to entertain the troops, starred in a national commercial, produced and hosted his own 2x award winning radio show in the LA talk radio market, and written and directed two short films, one of which has won an award. He is the busiest comedian you’ve never heard of. If he looks familiar it’s because you’ve probably seen him recently on TMZ Live where he is a regular commentator. His shotgun-like delivery and scope of material has made him a crowd favorite among all ages and demographics.

December 29-31: Runaway Train
8:30 PM – 1:15 AM EST
Cover Band with great vocals. All with vast experience in bands including: Judd, Caribu, Union Station, Sena Ehrhardt, Dr Hook. 6-piece cover band with great vocals. Seasoned musicians doing Rock, Blues, Country. Lady A to Stevie Nicks, David Bowie to The Band, Kenney Chesney to Dwight Yokum, Amy Grant to Janis Joplin.