Jim Suhler, Monkey Beat playing The Sanctuary Music and Events center along with Maylee Thomas Band Nov. 25

jimsuhlermonkeybeatThe Sanctuary in McKinney, Texas, is proud to present a special double bill with Jim Suhler and Monkey Beat and the Maylee Thomas Band at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 25 (doors open at 7) at The Sanctuary Music & Events Center.

VIP Tables with seating for 4 directly in front of the stage are $150 per table.
Reserved Seats downstairs are $25.
General Admission (Standing Room Only on the main floor and balcony) Tickets are $15.

Location: 6633 Virginia Parkway McKinney TX 75071

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Jim Suhler and his band Monkey Beat have been on the music scene now for over twenty two years and have built a fan-base worldwide. The Dallas, Texas based group are known for their no holds barred approach to blues inspired rock ‘n roll and roots music.

Their four Lucky Seven releases, two releases on Underworld Records and Jim’s solo acoustic CD ‘Dirt Road’ on Topcat records have shown an amazing depth of songwriting and playing, and their constant touring both in North America and Europe has garnered many admirers and accolades.

The band has worked in the past with noted producers Terry Manning (ZZ Top, Led Zeppelin, Stax records, etc.), and Jim Gaines (Santana, Stevie Ray Vaughan) and Grammy Award winning producer/songwriter Tom Hambridge.

Jim is also well known as lead guitarist with George Thorogood & the Destroyers since 1999, and has had his songs used in feature films (Spun, Wallace & Grommit) and is a multiple nominee in the prestigious Dallas Observer Music Awards, plus he is a member of BUDDY, Texas’ oldest music magazine Texas Tornado Hall of Fame.

Maylee Thomas Band: From her early days as a gospel singer, to her legendary status as a Texas diva, Maylee transends genre, mixing gospel-based blues with a soul driven rock, touches of pop, with the very faintest caresses of country from time to time… and audiences respond. Maylee is the soul of Texas and a must see act.

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