You're going to love this jam! Complete with a full back line, including an 88 key weighted keyboard, full drum kit, microphones and amps. The jam is hosted by the Jeff DeCoix Band.
You can come to jam, or come to watch the fun as jammers join the band on stage. Vocalists are always welcome. There are no age barriers, because Tamiami Tap is a restaurant, not just a bar. But if younger players come to join in, be sure you can play the blues!
Jeff DeCoix was once a young player, but when he heard the first Rolling Stones album many years ago, he wrote down the songwriters names and traveled to his local record store near Detroit. All he wanted to know from the store owner was if those writers had done any other songs. Names like Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, Clarence Carter and others became his heroes. A few years have passed, and now he's playing the blues with his favorite friends.
Bring your instrument (unless it's drums or piano) and sign up when entering. Jeff's band includes Bob LaFlamme on bass, and L.A. Davis on drums.
You'll find lots of fine players to join you. And singers like Sarah T, Tom Carrano, and of course, Jeff DeCoix. The Tuesday Night Blues Jam is located at Tamiami Tap, on the corner of Brother Geenan Way and Osprey Avenue. That's just about a block north of US 41 on Osprey, heading toward Main Street. Great food served into the late night hours, and a full bar. Tables inside and out, for those who like climate control. The outdoor area is fully covered with a festive atmosphere!