Retired CCSD SC State Teacher of 27 yrs. Still rockin' though at my age, but a little more cautiously. But still, thank the Good Lord…
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Tried to enjoy an evening out at my first visit to Pierpont Pub on Hwy.61,
but when I arrived there, a brawl was taking place just outside
their front entrance and I had driven all the way
from Adams Run to get there as I had heard that
a really god Band "THE HOWLIN' PACK" was playing there that night.
I used to would have just overlooked all that kind of mayhem in
my younger days, but not anymore...what with all the goings ons these days.......
Maybe I'll try it again 'cause I see the Howlin' Pack is scheduled to play
there again this year....I believe in November 2013..!!..!!....and a friend
told me that the food there is quite good.
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Really enjoy this place especially on every other Tuesday Evening at 'round 7:30pm when the Bluegrass Band "RED TOP RAMBLERS" play their music....a real treat. And usually it's Steak Night on Tuesday's, too. I also enjoy the Musical talent of Ted McKee on Tuesday evening as he plays on the other every other Tuesday at HUNLEY's.
AGAIN......and when might 'BABY FAT' be returning to ARTS.....if they are still together...they're a truly good sounding bunch of guys...:) :) :) :) ...and it's all SUPER good while listening-watching them at ARTS.....
......and when might 'BABY FAT' be returning to ARTS.....if they are still together...they're a truly good sounding bunch of guys...:) :) :) :) ...and it's all SUPER good while listening-watching them at ARTS......while munching down on 'a hamburger & fries .....yummy....
......and when might you book 'The Beach Brothers' again...that's Frankie McNeil, Mike Suggs and others, please...:) :) :)... I enjoyed a great meal at Tru Blues, the last time I was there when 'The Beach Brothers' were your entertainment....:)
This place closed it's doors over a year ago...but it was a great Venue to hear great musicians.......
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