About The Doomsday Ladies:
The Doomsday Ladies is a tuneful, four-piece band which blends Brit-pop with Euro-tango and American country rock.
The Doomsday Ladies performs mostly originals with a few covers thrown in there (Jacques Brel, Slim Whitman, Tom Jones, and anyone else who takes their fancy).
They've also covered songs such as I Am The Walrus, What's New Pussycat, Amsterdam, and Louie Louie, and their original material is drawn from all of these influences. Their normal line up is drums, bass, two guitars and vocals, with members swapping around to play keyboards and saxophone (a lap-steel guitarist may also be in the line-up). They like to to see people dancing and drinking and try to put on a show that makes that happen!
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About Saturday Night Rise:
Started in 2013, Bread Euphoria's Saturday Night Rise music series features an eclectic mix of acoustic folk, rock, indie, and blues music (almost) every Saturday night at the cafe. Some nights you may hear a solo folksy singer-songwriter, and another night, a rousting five-member Irish fiddle band.
Bread Euphoria has table service on Friday and Saturday evenings from 5-close. There is never a cover charge, but we ask that you please enjoy dinner and a drink along with the music.