John Gaar BAND-ON-FIRE! SUNDAY FUNDAY is where itz at! Saxon Pub 5:30-7pm. No Cover! Get there early to git a seat and catch Matthew Robinson & the Jelly Kings (No Cover with Jeff Hayes on bass) & stay later to hang out with the band & watch the Resentments with Jeff Plankenhorn at 7:30! -->We're BIRTHDAY PARTYIN' for JEFF tootall HAYES on bass, AND SANDY i-love-brannan LANE on drums who is a loved part of the band family! <-- An experience not to be missed out on y'all! John's killer guitar and amazing vocals must be witnessed in person! Joanna Ramirez, Deann Rene & Michael Cross pulling' 4 part harmonies while Brannan Lane and Jeff Hayes lock down the groove. Ron D'Argenio's amazing piano & wailing B3 organ polish it off! Videos Brighter Side of Maybe http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiomUiZZc8w Roll Like That http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORTP4r3w-Bo Memphis (live from the Infynit Hour TV Show) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_AB448pI0Y Shoulda Been a Good Day http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSEB0e9uvX4 More: Comes at you with full-forced Southern Roots Rock with a soul strung voice, signature raunchy guitars, wailing organs, killer rhythm, epic hooks, clever lyrics and superb story-telling. Their distinctive sound embraces multiple eras and genres, including blues, rock, country, folk, Americana and jazz, all of which they are well-versed. The Rock and Roll Report says “for only a second solo release, John Gaar has created something in Brighter Side of Maybe that will be hard to top,” – and gave it 5 out of 5 stars.