Thursday, October 29 – Matt Kelley’s Swangbang
Matt Kelley’s Swangbang return to the stage from 6 – 10pm! Swing + Tawng + Group = Swangbang. The quartet with Ian Walters, Scott Rabino, and Andreas Holmstrom play a broad mix of roots music combining their passion for blues, R&B, and roots. Matt is the real deal whose guitar playing draws from past masters of the instrument. His influences include such greats as Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Sonny Boy Williamson II and their guitar players Robert Jr. Lockwood, Luther Tucker, the Myers brothers, and Jimmy Rogers.
We are now open at 50% Our covered Courtyard is open and we have drinks and packaged goods to go! Don’t forget to tip your band and bartenders at the Cat’s Eye, celebrating 45 years! Outdoor seating out front in the parklet will be available as well, weather permitting of course! Our days and hours will remain the same for now; Thursday – Sunday from 1pm – 11pm. Please wear a mask until seated and observe social distancing! We’ll get through this if we just use common sense.
Thank you for supporting “Live Music in Baltimore” and The Cat’s Eye Pub!! Winner of Best Performance Venue in Baltimore in the 2020 Baltimore Sun’s Readers’ Poll! Congratulations as well to our own Jenn Airey who won “Best Bartender” in the 2020 Baltimore Sun’s Readers’ Poll!!
Crown Royal – If You Want Me to Stay (Ft. Ari Lennox & Anthony Ramos)
Our new short film, “If You Want Me to Stay” is a love letter to the iconic bars, clubs, and stages that we’re trying to help, and the artists and live musicians that make them great. The Cat’s Eye Pub was one of the music venues featured in this video! The Baltimore Sun interviewed Ana Cushing!
We are very proud of the accolades we have received through the years! Thank you to our wonderful staff, customers, friends, talented musicians and family who have and continue to support the Cat’s Eye Pub!! You’ll find Cat’s Eye Pub in Baltimore’s Historic Fell’s Point. The venue is opened seven days a week and presents patrons with the “best live music in Baltimore.” That includes blues and other types of tunes. Cat’s Eye Pub’s bartenders can serve you one of their 32 draughts or anything else you want.