The Best Things in Life are FREE – March 2018

Our Lounge Entertainment lineup for March will keep you busy every weekend. Join us at Club Four One for a good time!
All Live Band shows start at 8:30 PM EST – 1:15 AM EST.
All Comedy shows start at 7:00 PM EST.
Admission is always free!

Michael Stacey

**Due to unseen circumstances, Michael Stacey band will not be performing at Club 41 tonight. The Cherrie Bombs will be performing on Friday and Saturday. Thanks for your cooperation.**

Comedian Roger Radley
– As seen on Comedy Central with Greg Willet.
March 4
What do farm gangs, weather warnings and William Shakespeare as an ice fisherman have in common? They are part of the comedy of Roger Radley. Roger is a Wisconsin Native who has been performing his comedy for nearly 30 years from Atlantic City to Honolulu. Roger has shared the stage with the likes of George Carlin, B.B. King, Tom Jones, Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash. Roger will take you on a rollicking trip down the human highway with his comedy. It is a show that has been described as, “…true, honest and accessible. If you could combine Louis CK with a Cheesehead then you would have the comedy of Roger Radley.”

Doug Allen

March 8 – 10
The Number 1 Tribute to Johnny Cash, Nashville recording artist, performer and writer has traveled the US selling out shows and will be joining us at Club 41 on March 8, 9 and 10.

Comedian James Yon

March 11
This Florida native is one of America’s hottest comedians. He can be seen each and every Sunday hosting his own show, “The Lowdown” on the Sling TV. He has graced the stage with some of America’s top talent including, Joe Torry, Jimmy J.J Walker, Tom Rhodes and Michael Winslow. He was a finalist for NBC’s Stand-up for Diversity and appeared on the FOX comedy club. Now James spends his time touring clubs and casinos all over the country from Orlando to Las Vegas bringing the funny.

Runaway Train

March 16 – 17

Comedian Ken Severa
– As seen on FOX and ESPN
March 18
Sevara’s comedy goes for the jugular, cutting through the hype and telling the truth about living and working in America today. In addition to hosting his own radio and television talk shows, Ken has also been heard on over 1000 radio stations across the country and is a frequent guest on the nationally syndicated “Bob and Tom Show. Sevara has also shared the stage with entertainers such as Jerry Seinfeld, Bill Murray, George Carlin, Jay Leno, and Gloria Estefan.

Area Code

March 22 – 24
Often characterized as “a breath of fresh air”, Area Code is an international touring band based out of New York City, with a an base that stretches across the United States as well as Canada, Asia and the Caribbean. This fun loving, energetic group has versatility in their musical talents as well as their repertoire. Spanning the decades from the 60’s, to today’s hot hits, Area Code has something for every age group. The funk grooves, sweet vocals, and the live horns will keep you dancing, toe tapping and reminiscing all night long!

Comedian Stu McCallister – As seen on FOX, with Adam Degi.
March 25
Stu has been doing comedy long enough. He has worked with college crowds, pastor appreciation crowds (tough room), comedy clubs and casinos. Stu has performed in the Laughing Skull Festival, Trail By Laughter and Laughfest. He has his own podcast which can be heard and LMNOPodcast.com. He talks mostly about his inadequacies in the dating world, how tough his name was for him as a child, and his physical appearance. A bit off-kilter, a bit weird, but a lot of funny. You will be sure to like him.

Reality Bites

March 30 – 31
Remember the movie? Remember the sounds of the 90s? Reality Bites, a tribute to 90s pop/alternative/rock is now touring and will be coming to Club Four One at the end of March. The show is arranged into 3 rotating sets with songs ranging from early grunge era songs by Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, Nirvana, etc and moves into the later pop hits by Sugar Ray, Everclear, Gin Blossoms, Sister Hazel, and also a few current alt rock/pop hits by Twenty One Pilots, Onerepublic, White Stripes, etc… Overall the focus of each set is aimed at the fun, dance-y, happy side rather than the dark, grungy sound associated with that era. Although we don’t exclude the grunge either! There’s something for everyone in each set and its delivered by a fun, energetic, professional band utilizing the clothing styles plus a few props from the 90s era.

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