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Monday, October 23rd

 
7:00pm Central Mississippi Blues Society (REST)

The Central MS Blues Society, Inc. hosts Blue Monday every Monday night at Hal & Mal’s in Jackson, MS. Blue Monday is a celebration of the blues – musicians are invited to come jam with us. Hal & Mal’s kitchen is closed on Monday evenings. Cash bar, security. $5 ($3 for CMBS members).

Tuesday, October 24th

 
6:00pm Dinner, Drinks and Jazz with Raphael Semmes

RAPHAEL SEMMES PLAYS THE HOUSE TONIGHT with BARRY LEACH

This “Best of Jackson” winning Jazz Artist is again taking the stage along with some of his favorite local musicians. They are performing from 6-9pm. FREE in the Dining Room.

Also be sure to check out the New Bourbon Street Jazz Band every 2nd and 4th Wednesday from 6 til 8:30 at Hal and Mal’s. Thanks for supporting LIVE MUSIC! www.halandmals.com (601)-948-0888

Wednesday, October 25th

 
6:00pm New Bourbon Street Jazz Band

A session of N’awlins style jazz. Performing FREE in the Restaurant, from 6:00 – 8:30pm.

Thursday, October 26th

 
6:00pm D’Lo Trio

Bluegrass, Folk, Classic Country, Rock and Jazz. Three great singers with close vocal harmony arrangements. 7-9:30 PM FREE in the Dining Room.

Friday, October 27th

 
6:00pm Leo Moreria

Smooth romantic and exciting Brazilian Jazz! Samba, Bossa Nova. Free in the Dining Room.

Saturday, October 28th

 
7:00pm Vernon Brothers

Genre: Bluegrass. The Vernon Brothers Bluegrass Band is a  four-piece acoustic ensemble featuring intricate instrumental numbers and tight three and four part vocal harmonies. The band is featured in the Smithsonian Museum’s New Harmonies traveling exhibit. Performing FREE in the Dining Room.

 
8:00pm Sexy Halloween Party

Be Ready for the Camera

  • $100.00 Cash Prize for Best Costume
  • Shooters and Syringe Shoots
  • Food/Drinks

Happening from 8:00pm until… Advance Tickets $10.00. $15.00 at the Door. Call 601-906-8797 for additional information.

Monday, October 30th

 
7:00pm Central Mississippi Blues Society (REST)

The Central MS Blues Society, Inc. hosts Blue Monday every Monday night at Hal & Mal’s in Jackson, MS. Blue Monday is a celebration of the blues – musicians are invited to come jam with us. Hal & Mal’s kitchen is closed on Monday evenings. Cash bar, security. $5 ($3 for CMBS members).

Tuesday, October 31st

 
6:00pm $6 Wine All Night Special

$6 Wine All Night Special!

TONIGHT THERE WILL BE NO Dinner, Drinks and Jazz with Raphael Semmes.”

Wednesday, November 1st

 
6:00pm Barry Leach

His performances are an eclectic blend of many styles and genres that enhance all musical endeavors. Performing FREE in the Dining Room.

Thursday, November 2nd

 
6:00pm Taylor Hildebrand

His songs all share his rootsy signature and powerfully soulful voice. Even with the densely woven instrumentation, his lyrics are projected with clarity and emotion, giving each song resonance. Performing FREE in the Dining Room.

Friday, November 3rd

 
6:30pm Swing de Paris

Comprised of Tim Avalon, David Keary, Richard Pharr and Allison Jenkins (also a member of the bands Wooden Finger and Saint Brigid’s). Genre: Jazz / Gypsy Jazz / Swing Jazz. Performing from 6:30 – 9:00 pm, FREE IN THE RESTAURANT.

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Karen
“World famous for their annual St Paddy's day parade (gotta do it at least once!)and otherwise fun hangout for grown ups. Great place for up and comers in the music set, and all around fun times.”
Katie
“They have recently added a line of homemade desserts including cake balls. Try some. Yummy!”
Y'all Lifestyle
“This should be a Jackson Landmark! Opened by brothers Hal and Malcom White they keep live music and great southern classics alive. It's great for lunch or on the weekends to hear a band.”
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