From Blues to Bluegrass to Indie Rock, Sirens music scene is vast as we strive to get new undiscovered groups as well as some of our favorites in on weekend nights.
Open at noon every day.

Interested in playing? Contact us HERE
Visit Alchemy for fabulous Mediterranean food.
Sign-up for our Newsletter.



Sour Mash Hug Band


Roma Ransom

Luau Cinder

Michael Shay Trio


Mustered Courage

Nathan Kalish and the Lastcallers


Blu Meadows


Nevada Backwards


Events at Sirens

It's Summer! and Sirens is still the place to be.
Check out our Drink Specials here.

Tuesdays - FIDDLER JAM SESSION in Siren's Pool Room, *players by invitation only, but feel free to sit back and listen to some amazing pickin! 7pm -No Cover!
Wednesdays - SIRENS OPEN MIC - experience local culture! Feel free to perform or enjoy! 9pm - No Cover!
Thursdays - KARAOKE - featuring Louis World! You know you want to 9pm -No Cover!
NO COVER DJ DANCE MUSIC EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY at MIDNIGHT!!! (Directly following Sirens always exciting LIVE music performances, don’t worry, we’re still doing live music!) Dance night away at Sirens every weekend!!!!


Saturday, July 4th ~ Sour Mash Hug Band
9pm - $5
A cabaret band that combines virtuosic gypsy violin with 1920s hot jazz, swing, and Yiddish song, the Sour Mash Hug Band evokes an era that never quite existed.  Paris in the 30s, Harlem in the 20s, New Orleans in the 90s, its hard to say.
Click HERE for more information.
Sunday, July 5th ~ Norman Baker Duo

Friday, July 10th ~ Roma Ransom
9pm $5

Grace Easley and Gordon Lewis have been playing music together now for almost two years. They met in Springfield, Missouri while Grace Easley and her friend were busking and Gordon showed up in a pedicab with a banjo. After this the two got to know each other, soon started dating, went on a roadtrip to California and not long after began their first gig together at Gem of India. When they realized what potential they had they decided to leave Missouri in search of opportunities, busking along the way. Soon enough they would arrive in Colorado Springs and began establishing themselves. Roma Ransom has played in various settings including weddings, funerals, graduation parties, coffee shops, talent shows, etc.

Click HERE for more information.

Saturday, July 11th ~ Luau Cinder
9pm $5

Luau Cinder, original rub a dub funk rock reggae, wild improvisation.

Click HERE for more information.

Friday, July 17th ~ Michael Shay Trio
9pm $5

What happens when three musicians with backgrounds in jazz, classical, bluegrass, and world music get together to play acoustic Texas folk and alt-country?  Michael Shay’s remarkable trio from Quito, Ecuador will give you a chance to find out during their western US tour this summer.  Shay’s lush baritone voice and guitar, fellow Texan Ryan Hagler’s upright bass and harmony vocals, and French guitarist Donald Regnier’s resonator and slide guitar combine for a powerfully elegant sound and a poetic repertoire you'll not soon forget.  Like those of songwriting partner Jim Harris, Shay’s songs hang around timeless themes like dreams, human history, and the future, as well as the sensual playground of bars, William Blake, graveyards, rich folks’ yards, wedding dresses, and cow towns. 

Click HERE for more information.

Saturday, July 18th ~ Mustered Courage
9pm $5
breathe new life into the Australian roots music scene with a diverse sound that appeals to both traditionalists and newcomers alike.  The Melbourne based quartet that Music Australia Guide describes as “the link between Bill Monroe and Mumford & Sons” has risen to the top of Australia’s folk and roots scene on the strength of their energetic live shows and albums that have won them glowing reviews, loads of radio support and a trophy at the 2015 CMAA Golden Guitar Awards for Instrumental of the Year – “Candle Creek.”

Click HERE for more information.

Saturday, July 25th ~ Nathan Kalish and the Lastcallers
9pm $5

We play country music. We play all night. Unless you want us to stop. Some songs are written by Nathan and some of them by Eric. We also play songs by many other classic country artists. We are on a two year quest to Live more Free everyday through the power of song and dance. We will probably see you somewhere cause we are going to be everywhere.

Click HERE for more information.

Friday, July 31st ~ Satifi
9pm $5
Saturday August 1st ~ Blu Meadows
9pm $5
The music of BluMeadows has been described as a mix of various styles, Afro-Cuban, funk, hip-hop, reggae, rock calypso and everything in between. BluMeadows says his music is best described as “consciousness” rock with a universal message.

BluMeadows lives in Seattle, but his music has taken him across the US, Europe and the Far East. He’s performed with Parliament Funkadelic, Joe Higgs, Buddy Miles, Liquid Jesus, Branford Marsalis, Bruce Hornsby, Dave Lewis (Father Of The Northwest Sound), Pete Depoe (Redbone), Eek -A-Mouse, Don Carlos, Obo Addy, Charlie Chaplan, Pablo Moses, Apple Gabriel, And Leon Hendrix to name but a few..

Blumeadows plays music with an aim to open minds, and not simply entertain. But don’t let that fool you, his explosive riffs will have you out of your chair and on the dance floor the moment he starts jamming.
Friday, August 28th ~ Nevada Backwards
9pm $5
(Ad'ă-vĕn): v: 1. The natural blending of somewhat unconventional musical styles (rock and roll, americana, honky-tonk, surfgrass) to create fun, indefinable, energetic, and original good time music. ♦ n. 1. An ever-evolving Bremerton, Washington based band formed in 2001 in the outskirts of The Red Rock Desert in northern Nevada by gambler, desert rat-gypsy-ringleader-singer and songwriter Lonewolf Ballentine. The band was put to rest in 2007 when Ballentine started up a new collaborative project called Blvd Park that formed in Sacramento, California. The super group moved to the Great Pacific Northwest after a year-long tour and landed a musicianship in Seattle, Washington. Lonewolf started yearning for his bad habits and old-edge performances when he relocated his living body to a dirty rock 'n' roll town in Kitsap County, Washington, so he restarted the group this year (2015). Currently, Ballentine is constantly playing up and down the West Coast with an Oakland cat-rockabilly upright bass player, named Julian Stocking, and surfcore lead guitar picker from Albuquerque, named Miguel Galindo, who also fronts the Echo Devils. New recordings are set for release this summer...
Click HERE for more information.