"Dog House Daddies" have been
'Blues'n' in the Kansas City and
surrounding areas with their dynamic
and enthusiastic performance.
Winners MO BLUES Blues Blast
competing in Memphis International
Voted #1 Restaurant on Lake of the Ozarks, Shorty Pants Lounge offers customers Authentic Creole Cuisine at the waters edge.
With a menu that is straight out of New Orleans featuring rubs and spices direct from Louisiana you just might think you are eating in the French Quarter. Full service, gas dock, marina & c-store. Yearly slip rentals available. Live Entertainment
Lake of the Ozarks Bar & Restaurant
It sure doesn’t hurt having a name like Noe Palma. That’s why his debut is titled “Get My Name Right.” It is very different, unique, and memorable. That’s exactly what fans have been saying about Noe’s music for the past 15 years!
Growing up the Kansas City Metro Area, Noe started singing when he first heard Elvis Presley sing “All Shook Up.” Raised in a very musically passionate family, he was engulfed by different thythms and sounds. Both his parents were talented singers and his father played guitar. Like many of his friends he was a member of his high school choir, but quickly realized that type of music didn’t fit into his country soul.
At the beginning of his career Noe tested the waters with a few bands. He founded a very successful band called The Broken Cowboys and served as their lead singer. They toured Missouri and all surrounding states and played every major venue in the region where they developed a very healthy cult following. In fact in 2001 Broken Cowboys took second place at the Colgate Country Music Showdown Midwest Finals. They were quickly noticed by Tim McGraw’s manager Scott Siman of RPM Management.
Noe has an unparalleled stage show. “I love it when I hear that my show was just as good or better than the headliner! It puts a smile on my face from ear to ear!”