The Baub Eis Band has been rocking the Lake of the Ozarks and the Midwest for over 15 years! John Marsi and Baub Eis are a centrifuge of blues, rock and jam band sounds, and have recently been joined by longtime friend KP Hauge on the bass guitar. Baub lights the guitar fingerboard ablaze with a combination of whatever flavor they feel like throwing into the fire that night - from fiery blues, four on the floor rock, and even occasional space jams supercharged with live looping - always guided by a creative spirit, and always fresh from show to show. In the past few years Baub has opened for acts such as REO Speedwagon, Starship, Willie Nelson, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Marshall Tucker Band, Molly Hatchet, Jimmy Van Zant Band, Unkle Kracker, Head East and Air Supply. Baub has also been seen sitting in on stage with acts such as Chubby Carrier & the Bayou Swamp Band, Tab Benoit, and The Schwag . He's familiar to many as a semi-finalist at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis - twice with BEB and once as a solo/duo act. John Marsi, a classic member of BEB, has oft been out traveling the world looking for mysterious World Beats. It's always an exciting sensation to have his thundering drumatude in the mix. He has spent time gigging in Las Vegas, playing with a hardcore band in Holland, and other experiences too numerous to mention. John is a local favorite studio musician DJ, and drum technician. KP Hauge is new to the lineup and brings rock solid bass lines and a wry sense of humor - along with a new fervor to the stage act.
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Chris Weaver was born to make music. Growing up in West Virginia, his father was a traveling musician for over 25 years and music was always around him. From the early age of ten, Chris knew he would be a musician too. He started to hone his craft through influences like Cocker, Petty, Morrison and Mellencamp “It’s all I could ever remember wanting to do,” Weaver states. “I wanted to write like them and sing like them but just do it in a way that would be my own.”
“I want my music to invoke memories of people’s past, whether good or bad so they may have a deeper relationship with what they’re listening to” says Chris. He not only meets this goal, he blows it away in his emotional live shows as well as his recorded music.
Here’s what people are saying about “Standing In Line” Chris’s first CD
“a voice that draws you in immediately... full of raw emotion.” – Hobnob Wilson
“the music feels like an old friend that you’d take on a long road trip.” – Jackson Music Examiner
Paul Blakemore has been playing regionally for 20 years. He is known equally for vocals and guitar skills. When he first picked up the guitar at the age of five, he discovered a creative outlet that developed into a unique blend of emotion and technique that is sure to please any crowd Ray Cardwell started his career on his dad's radio show in Branson, Missouri at age three. Since then has warmed up for such acts as Natalie Merchant, 10,000 Maniacs, The Romantics, KoKo Taylor and Allison Krauss. In 1995 he was nominated Male vocalist of the year at the SPGMA Music Awards in Nashville, Tennessee Jason Stegall started playing the drums in junior high school. Since then he has continued to develop his talent. He participates in various community bands and also instructs local students. He is a versatile drummer and vocalist easily playing styles ranging from Rock, Blues, Reggae, funk and Jazz to Classical. Genre:Rock, Blues, Reggae
The Mixtapes is a ’90s-alternative cover band serving the greater Springfield area. We play the best of yesterday's radio hits today: tunes from the likes of The Cranberries, Beck, Nirvana, No Doubt, Smashing Pumpkins, Weezer, Foo Fighters, Radiohead, Third Eye Blind, and more.
.Tournament proceeds benefit: Lamb House, Kid’s Harbor and the CADV
Benefit Golf Tournament October 13th
11 a.m. Shotgun Start - The Oaks at Tan-Tar-A Resort
10 a.m. Registration - Box Lunches Provided by Mexicali Blues
Dinner and Awards at Dog Days Following the Tournament
“Silent & Live auction items” “Entertainment by “Dale Blue”