Columbus >Little Brothers
The place to see famous, not-so-famous and local musicians seven nights a week..
Rising from the ashes (rubble, actually) of the local legendary Stache's, this North High Street club carries on the tradition of booking some of the best music around. The large, open space holds around 400 people, but chairs and tables make it comfortable for more intimate shows. And if you're more interested in beer than bands, you can pull up a bar stool or grab a pool cue.
You'd be hard-pressed to name a type of music that hasn't been here. In any given month there are singer-songwriters, indie rock groups, local jam bands and blues legends performing within days of each other. While some musicians only have a small cult following, many well-known artists have graced the stage either before or after they became famous (ever heard of Nirvana?). Who knows--you might catch the next big thing.
esoteric. although not as cool as the old staches on north high, little brothers continues to present the most diverse collection of live music around.
The best of the best. This friendly, lively music venue is open 7 days a week. Little Brothers offers a a wide variety of musical styles all played by excellent musicians. The place to be for people who know good music.
Throbs with the beat of the best. Little Brother's stakes out first place in the city's music scene. The best of the city, the most exciting passing through are all booked into this Columbus institution by gifted impressario, Dan Dougan.
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