Great No Cover Entertainment & Events
In addition to our Main Stage Ticketed Shows, we offer no cover entertainment and events on various nights of the week. Don’t miss our live bands and performing groups most Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays (subject to change when there is a ticketed show). We offer happy hour from 4-7pm 7 days a week and all night on Mondays in the Overlook Bar as well as Late Night Happy Hour from 10pm – Close.
Please check our Entertainment & Events Calendar to see the current lineup of all our great no cover nights.
ANDY ANDERSON & NATHAN FRY
Monday, September 16 7pm-10pm
2nd & 4th Mondays in September 7-10pm
Wednesday, Sept. 4 from 7-10pm, and Friday, Sept. 27 from 7-11pm
THE JANICE EDWARDS TRIO
1st & 3rd Fridays in September from 7pm-11pm
CEDRICE AND THE MOJO SESSIONS
Friday, September 13 from 7pm-11pm
Saturday, September 7 from 7-11pm
KEEP IT ON THE DL
Most Sundays from 7pm-10pm
Sinatra Night with CHANCE TOBAR
Wednesday, September 25 from 7pm-10pm
GET TO KNOW SOME OF OUR REGULAR PERFORMERS
Before the age of 29, the only singing Andy ever did was with Barbra Streisand. In his room as a teenager singing duets with her (she never knew…). At 29 he decided to audition for the San Diego Opera to make some extra money. He found a vocal coach in the Reader, learned an opera song that he could audition with and was signed to be in the chorus for ONE opera.
He stayed with opera for quite a while. During that time he sang a pop song with his new vocal coach and decided he loved to sing that music. The rest, as they say, is history.
Andy went to Inn at the Park and was invited to sing with piano player Kristi Rickert. He sang, received a lot of applause, and was hooked.
Andy has been entertaining audiences in San Diego for many years now. He often performs with Nathan Fry. Andy says this about their partnership, “The perfect musical blend of baritone/tenor, preparation/improvisation, control/mayhem, head/heart, accident/intention. What are you waiting for? See you there – wherever there is.”
DON LEMASTER (KEEP IT ON THE DL)
Don has been involved in theatre for the past 30 years, getting his start at Moonlight Amphitheater, then on to staff accompanist at SDSU, many productions as band leader at Lamb’s Players, Musical Director at Performance Riverside for 7 years, and is currently resident Musical Director/Conductor/Orchestra Contractor for San Diego Musical Theatre. He was nominated for an Ovation Award for Performance Riverside’s production of 1776 in 2004, honored with a San Diego Theater Critics Circle Award for Outstanding musical direction for SDMT’s inaugural production of The Full Monty in 2007, and for The Sound Of Music in 2013. Don L and Ria Carey, his fabulous singing partner of almost 20 years, have worked together at MA4, Inn at the Park, and the Imperial House.
The soulful Janice Edwards says, “Singing has always been a part of my life. Music is God’s universal language of the world. What would we do without it? I love singing all music. I have sung everything from funk to country, but my love is gospel and jazz.”
Janet Hammer’s music career is multifaceted. She actively performs throughout Southern California with multiple bands and has toured worldwide, opening for such name acts as Sheryl Crow, the Pointer Sisters, and the Platters. She has worked with musicians from groups including Maynard Ferguson, Natalie Cole, Gordon Goodwin, and the Righteous Brothers. Her recordings include radio jingles, studio work, and several CDs, one of which was nominated for best jazz recording of the year by San Diego Music Awards.
Born and raised in New Orleans, LA., much of Ken Ard’s early musical training consisted of jazz and blues. He began playing piano with a Dixieland combo at age 9, and played professionally in combos during his high school years at Holy Cross. After earning a Bachelor of Arts in Music (Piano Performance) from the University of New Orleans, he went on to receive a Master of Musical Arts degree from the University of Southern Mississippi, later studying with jazz great Ellis Marsalis.
“The Delta Queen” and “Storyville, A Sweet Sportin’ Proposition” (co-written by Lyla Hay Owen), are two of Ard’s complete, two-act original musical theater productions which have been produced to date.
Kenny moved to San Diego in 1987 and continues to perform and teach. He currently sits on the faculty of Grossmont College and San Diego Mesa College in San Diego, and is a member of the Academic Senate at Grossmont. Kenny is well-known around San Diego for his distinctive New Orleans Jazz and Blues style as well as his R&B, Retro-Soul and Soul stylings.
Nathan Fry, a San Diego native, studied piano and organ from the age of five. He studied trombone and saxophone in school and attended summer sessions at the Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts in Festival Choir and Stage Band. While in High School Nathan served as organist for the Community Church of Poway, then attended California Institute of the Arts studying voice and composition. He has performed for long term engagements at local venues such as Hotel Del Coronado, Loew’s Coronado Bay Resort, L’Auberge Del Mar and Rancho Bernardo Inn. Nathan has sung with the San Diego Master Chorale and other community and church choirs. Beginning in 1994, Nathan served as Musical Director for The Unity Center for two years.