These are just a few of the performers who regularly appear at Charly’s Pub.
Tommy Dukes Band
An Arizona institution, Tommy Dukes has upheld the blues tradition at Charly’s for years. In 1997, he was inducted into the Arizona Blues Hall of Fame. Born in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, he grew up in Winslow and has made his living from a young age by singing and playing guitar. Dukes has toured the South with Blues Boy Willie. On stage, he covers traditional blues hits and R&B material, along with some of his originals.
Another local Flagstaff performer, Tony Norris is a storyteller, folksinger, and cowboy historian who captivates audiences with his homespun charm and rich tenor voice. With the accompaniment of his big Martin guitar and healthy doses of humor, he invites the adventurous spirit in each of us to leave the everyday world behind and journey into the old West.
Feel like rockin’? Then you’ll want to catch the Cadillac Angels, an Americana roots band with one boot in the “roots and rockabilly” camp and the other testing the surf. With numerous CDs and close to a million miles of touring under their belts, the Angels have shared the stage with such music legends as Jerry Lee Lewis, Bo Diddley, Dwight Yoakam, and Wanda Jackson — among many others. Their single “A Bop a Baby,” was featured in the motion picture Deuce Coup.