Blues'n the Midwest and beyond with dynamic performances,
the Doghouse Daddies’ rock solid band has become
a favorite on both sides of the Mississippi! Powerful
vocals complimented with well blended harmonies
are a testimony to this band’s many years of experience.
DHD’s love and passion for their music gives them
the inspiration to push themselves to limits never
imagined, but always dreamed of.
Band member Bill Morlan, lead vocals & upright
bass, sets just the right feel with his gritty voice,
accompanied by Brandon Skeens on guitar, and
Brian Connett on drums, AND lending their vocal
talents, cooking up just the right blend. Then
adding Neil Nolan on saxophone and harmonica,
makes a steamy helping of Blues that’s hard to
Doghouse Daddies band has had the privilege of
being International Blues Challenge Semi-Finalists
in 2007 and International Blues Challenge FINALISTS
IN 2008!!! YES, WE’VE GOT THE BLUES AND WE
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
Born and raised in the musical hotbed of West Georgia. Brian Collins is the latest member of the Georgia Gang which has produced legendary artists such as Alan Jackson, Patty Loveless and Travis Tritt, as well as newcomer sensations Sugarland, Luke Bryan, Zac Brown Band and Lady Antebellum.
Add equal parts Americana, Southern Rock and Pop, strain a jigger of Gospel over chilled R&B and Southern Blues, and shake thoroughly with Jaegermeister – pour into a tall glass and you have The Brian Collins Band. Now drink it down and get ready for one hell of a show!
Gareth Asher Passionate singer-songwriter from ATL
Rock and Roll latched onto Gareth Asher before he turned five.
He grew up in the Appalachian foothills of West Georgia , listening
to his parents’ rock and roll band and singing along with the records
of great artists like Don Henley, Jackson Browne, Bob Seager,
and Bruce Springsteen. The day he picked up a guitar and
strummed it, he knew he’d found his instrument. Passionate about
singing, he wrote his first song at age 15 and was jamming with local performers as soon as they would let him in the clubs to play. He continued working on his songwriting and guitar playing while a student at the local university and soon became the featured entertainer in local venues, where his passionate voice delivering original lyrics—the kind that make you want to sit up and listen--quickly developed a loyal audions.