Acoustic open mic Nov. 19!

Music Club open mic night

fluteArgonne’s musicians and music lovers are invited to sing, play and listen at the Argonne Music Club’s acoustic open mic night Thursday, Nov. 19, at the Building 617 Lower Level, from 4:30 to 8 p.m.

Audience members are welcome and appreciated by the performers. There is no charge for admission, and the Lower Level has comfortable table seating. Beverages and snacks are available for purchase.

Musicians should bring their keyboards and percussion instruments.

Open mics give musicians and vocalists of all genres and skill levels — from novices to virtuosos — an opportunity to perform inacoustic guitar a supportive, informal setting. Participants don’t need to be in a band; there are always opportunities to jam with other musicians and vocalists. (This is a great low-pressure way for beginners to get some experience playing in public.)

Performances at previous open mic nights included classical guitar, country, blues, jazz and classic rock.

Non-Argonne employees are very welcome, but must be badged prior to 4 p.m. to enter the site and will be subject to search: use the Gate Pass system. No one under 21 will be served alcohol.

Special Guest: Tommy Slab

Tommy is a vocaliTommy Slab cropst and multi-instrumentalist who combines a diverse song selection with “out there” comedy. His influences include The Beatles, Frank Zappa,The Rolling Stones, The Who, They Might Be Giants, Foo Fighters, Shel Silverstein, Queen, Monty Python, Weird Al Yankovic, Mozart, Spinal Tap, Deep Purple and others.