The Open Electric Jam is a long-standing tradition at 185 King Street. Join us every Sunday around 6:30 and share the love of music with us. Jimmy Jams is here weekly on his saxophone and serves as the jam master. A core group that goes by the 185 King Street Band helps start the night off and then the stage opens up to you! Bring an instrument and amp and join in! Jimmy will gladly get you up on stage.
Not a musician? That's ok, come enjoy the music and cheer the band on!
$5 per seat/you must purchase entire table/tables are limited
Are they the natural children of Tom Waits and Mavis Staples? Are they living under assumed names in the witness protection program? Did they run away with the Circus? Are the 16 holes in Jonathan Grey's bass from a Thirty-Ought-Six? Did Hazel Ketchum carve her drum sticks from the bones of John Bonham? Did Bob Culver learn guitar from a 123 year-old medicine man in Botswana? These are questions we cannot answer. However, I can tell you this... They are the Harrows, and they will bring both the rock and the roll to 185 King Street
$10 per seat/you must purchase entire table/tables are limited
Hilliary Begley's southern charm combined with her sass make for an unforgettable night of storytelling. From tales of her religious upbringing to those of adulthood, Hilliary will share her life story with you one laugh at a time.
Hilliary has opened for Jon Reep, Jjudah Friedlander, and Fortune Feimster. She has toured the Southeast on the Feral Hogs Comedy Tour.
She made her film debut in the Netflix original Dumplin' as Aunt Lucy, or "Jennifer Anniston's fat sister," as Hilliary explains it.
She can be seen in the Austin Film Festival winning movie When We Last Spoke with Cloris Leachman, now streaming on Amazon Prime.
Bridgette Martin is an emotionally unkempt broad who is as loud and boisterous as she is sad and possibly psychotic. Not for the faint of heart, unless you need someone to pray for.
Featured on the People In My Neighborhood, Deadbeat Radio, and BrewChatt podcasts and was a featured guest on the Altercation Punk Comedy Tour. She’s opened for DeAnne Smith, Pauly Shore , TJ Miller, Hilliary Begley, and Michael Winslow.
Bridgette is also a host at The Comedy Catch in Chattanooga, and is the host and producer of The Local Catch Open Mic. She is the producer of Abort Mission: A comedy benefit which raises money for pro-choice organizations.
Bridgette is currently on tour with the Feral Hogs Comedy tour.
Join us for our Winter season of Trivia & Games hosted by the ever-entertaining Pat Gayjack.
Each evening begins with a few game show inspired activities and then we head into trivia.
Teams can have up to six people on them.
Answers are submitted digitally so you can participate and stay socially distanced from other teams.
The garage door stays open to increase air flow so dress accordingly!
Nightly prizes: gift certificates to 185 King Street and Tickets to upcoming shows!
If your team wins the entire 10 week tournament you win a larger prize. Last season's winners won a 3-course Noblebrau Brewery beer pairing dinner.
Travis Book & Friends: Intimate Casual Collaborations will be an ongoing series at 185 King Street. For this edition Travis will be joined again by his longtime collaborator and mentor (or as close as you can get to it) Benny “Burle” Galloway. Burle joined Travis and Tommy Maher back in November for a memorable show at 185 King St. and Burle will be back in town to do some more plumbing and songwriting… so we figured why not do another show! Doors will be open, bring a blanket!
Travis Book; bassist, songwriter, and vocalist in the Grammy Award winning bluegrass band, The Infamous Stringdusters loves to play music. With his touring, festivals, and large club shows on hold indefinitely, he started a live-streaming variety show called The Travis Book Happy Hour in the summer of 2020. As he started assembling the guests and writing the shows, he realized that he wanted to play more music than what the variety show format would allow. A resident of Brevard, he reached out to King St. about doing a residency where he and his guests (friends) could perform improvised, intimate shows the night prior to taping. It could be anyone coming down to sit-in on some tunes.