We pride ourselves in producing good ole southeauthenticrn food, BBQ Sauces, and Dry Seasonings. We satisfy your appetite with our irresistible southern cooking. Grandma's Southern Eats brings back memories of what our mothers and grandmas used to cook, bringing the family together in love.
“Local listeners who have tuned to Wingate's music for years will appreciate this chance to walk another mile together; but "Late Bloomer" also offers a winsome, meaningful introduction to his work. It's the kind of album that only an artist who has seen, heard and lived through his fair share could deliver.”
– Aarik Danielson, The Columbia Tribune
A 25-year veteran within the Missouri music scene, Wingate began performing live in Columbia, Mo. during the late ‘90s. He landed a keyboards/vocals spot in the Columbia-based, alt-country group, The Doxies, and appeared on the debut album “Tractor Crash” in 2002. The Doxies and Wingate would produce three additional albums and play over 400 shows across the Midwest between 2003 and 2006. After producing a double-album tribute to Bob Dylan (2006) which featured 36 Missouri artists, Wingate formed Stingrays. The indie-rock and roll band featured a couple different lineups and released two albums (2007 and 2014). Wingate also had a long stint with Mid-Missouri jam/grass favorites, The Hipnecks (2008 to 2013), and had a slightly shorter, yet extensive, touring venture with St. Louis-based rocker John Henry and The Engine (2007 to 2010). Wingate and Aaron Harms joined up in Columbia (2012) to form country/Americana group, The Late Night Benedictions. The five-piece released two albums in 2013 and 2017. Wingate has performed with St. Louis stalwart Sean Canan and his Voodoo Players periodically since 2018, as well as dozens of other Missouri acts. In November 2021, Wingate released his solo debut album, “Late Bloomer.” In Spring of 2022, Wingate began performing solo and under “Wes Wingate and The Late Bloomers”.... See MoreSee Less
The Fried Crawdaddies are some of COMO's seasoned music makers, playing River Roots grooves for a long time! The band is extremely versatile, playing multiple genres, all fused and morphed into soulful stories, shared emotions, and hearty laughter.
Crooked Cane is a five-piece original rock band hailing from Columbia, MO. If you are a fan of classic and Southern rock sounds, with a blues influence and rich, layered vocals (think Three Dog Night, Allman Brothers, CSN), we welcome you to check us out.
Sweet and soulful is the sound of Nashville based singer/songwriter Steff Mahan. With a voice that is pure and powerful and lyrics that are heart-crafted and rock-solid, it’s hard to not get hooked on the emotional truth that comes out of this born songwriter’s mouth.
Grab your friends and family and head to the Big Muddy for a guaranteed good time with live music from The Burney Sisters, delicious BBQ from Billy Hinson Old School BBQ and refreshing drinks from our store.
River Ghost Revue returns to Cooper's Landing for an evening of acoustic roots music on the river.
Free, all-ages show!
RGR specializes in rural American folk music. Our unique sound comes from a blending of elements from bluegrass, folk, and singer-songwriter Americana. We strive to create music that would work as well in Washington Square as it would on a front porch in the Ozarks. We like songs that ramble. Songs that shuffle. And songs that fight back. We're not a throwback group, but rather a tip of the hat to the music that's come before us. As always, we've got four new tires and a tank of gas, so grab your banjo and come along.... See MoreSee Less
Lilly’s Cantina can prepare a variety of meat choices such as beef, pork, chicken, fish, shrimp, etc. They also offer vegetarian, meat-free selections such as grilled vegetables. Every plate prepared includes fresh flour or corn tortillas, legendary salsas, and fresh accompaniments of shredded cheese, diced onions, lemony cilantro, specialty cheese, citrusy limes, and ripe tomatoes.