Annapolis Plugged In Events For January

| January 11, 2011 | 1 Comment

Restaurant Hospitality Group’s recently launched local concert series, Annapolis Plugged In, is excited to announce its upcoming music lineup for the month of January. The medley of “homegrown” talent will be featured every Tuesday at O’Brien’s  Oyster Bar and Restaurant (113 Main Street | 410. 268. 6628) and Wednesday at Middleton Tavern (2 Market Place |410.263.3323), along the side of great food and drink specials.

Acoustic rock trio Pressing Strings will start the January lineup at Obrien’s Oyster Bar and Restaurant on Tuesday, January 11th. Skribe will follow on Tuesday, January 18th and Pasadena on Tuesday, January 25th. All shows are scheduled to start at 8:30pm and will be rounded off with O’Brien’s “Two’s on Tuesday” drink specials, which include selected bottled beer, rail drinks and shots for only $2.00, beginning at 8:00pm.

On Wednesday, January 5th, Brian, Mary & Neal set the tone at Middleton Tavern. Following them throughout the month will be Harry Traynham on Wednesday, January 12, Dave Glaser on Wednesday, January 19 and Larry Lay on Wednesday,
January 26. Middleton Tavern will offer their traditional “1,2,3,4” drink specials which include, $1.00 Oyster Shooters, $2.00 Miller Light bottle, $3.00 Rail Drinks, $4.00 House wines by the glass.

In addition, each week during Annapolis Plugged In, Obrien’s and Middleton Tavern will host special liquor promotions through local distributors Reliable (January 11th and 12th), the Katcef Brothers (January 18th and 19th) and D & M (January 25 and 26). WRNR is also scheduled to attend January 11th and 26th, broadcasting live and interacting with the crowd with fun games and giveaways.

Updates including food and beverage specials, band schedules and biographies are available on the “Annapolis Plugged In” fan page on Facebook.

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