TV Mike & The Scarecrowes and Kevin Kerby

We're excited to welcome TV Mike and the Scarecrows along with Kevin Kerby to South on Main! Show starts at 9 PM with a $10 cover. Call (501) 244-9660 to reserve a table for the show.

ABOUT TV MIKE & THE SCARECROWES

T.V. Mike and the Scarecrowes are a Cosmic Twang Stomp band hailing from the West Coast via Indiana. Their songs follow the aesthetic of the Great American Songbook. The core of the group moved to California in 2007 and have been rolling up and down mountains and deserts since.

TV Mike aka Mike Klinge began playing music in Bloomington, IN in 1999 under The Pious Companion. The group went on a tour and had the pleasure of opening up for The Constantines and My Morning Jacket. In 2005, TV Mike met Andrea DelaRosa and gathered a backing band called the Scarecrowes. The group then moved to California and has rotated through a lot of members with the core of TV Mike, Andrea DelaRosa, and Matt Lundquist staying consistent.

TV Mike and the Scarecrowes have shared the stage with: The Avett Brothers, The Blank Tapes, Austin Lucas, Rev. Peyton's BDB, Horse Feathers, Beachwood Sparks, The Fruit Bats, Jessica Lea Mayfield, The Easy Leaves, Dead Winter Carpenters, Hillstomp, Rose Windows, Love as Laughter, tUnE-YarDs and many more.

ABOUT KEVIN KERBY

Philip Martin of The Arkansas Democrat Gazette says it best: "Some people will probably take it wrong, but central Arkansas folk-rock icon Kevin Kerby is a minor leaguer. That's not meant as an insult. Every AA player could play in the major leagues tomorrow; it's only luck or politics or the tyranny of numbers that keeps them from doing so. Kerby's a pro and his honest, solid songwriting is so heartening and refreshing that we wish reviews like this matter - 'something obvious and bright, that's what we need.' Unfortunately, minor-league critics for minor-league newspapers in minor-league towns don't break artists, but that's no reason to hate on real talent, or to wonder, in that peculiar Arkansas way, if he's so good how come he's here? I don't know either—kid's got tools and he can play."