broil and at least twice as ugly, The After Eleven Blues Club take it
upon themselves to deliver you Southern Heat in East-Coast Cool...
Hailing from the four corners of the globe, and more, their dynamic
lineup will fix your wife's headache lickety-split and get you up an'
dancin' like ye' got ravenous squirrels in yer' draws.
Once described by Jabbo Smith himself as
'The hottest tomales in town',
Richard Wagner was heard to have
"I'd lay down my last nickel to get
me an earful o' those hot-doggin', jelly-rollin', custard-creamin',
lemon-tartin', cole-slawin', drum-stickin', coffee-pottin',
The After Eleven lineup is subject to constant change, but often
Guitar/Resonator Guitar | Five-string Banjo | Tenor Banjo | Banjolele | Violin | Musical Saw | Trumpet | Clarinet | Piano Accordion | Upright Bass | Washboard
and gang vocals from out of this world
The After Eleven Blues Club is made up of travelling bums hailing from Canada, The United States, France and Australia. They are mostly itinerant musicians, blowing about on the wind with a whistle on their lips and a bindle on their backs, with not a care in the world to speak of.
As such, the lineup will vary according to availability of personnel, and rail schedules.
Current personnel are:
Aly Marguerite Neumann
Charles Clyde Toney II
Lucas Choi Zimbel