Terra Blues is a modern-day blues saloon on the second floor overlooking Bleecker Street in the heart of Greenwich Village. For twenty-one years its arched ceiling has carried the sound of some of the best blues guitar players and singers from New York and around the country. Little Milton, Edgar Winter, Robert Lockwood Jr., Johnny Clyde Copeland, Phillip Walker and The Holmes Brothers are among the names of the national acts that have appeared at Terra Blues.
The acoustic acts begin nightly from 7:30 to 10 p.m. These intimate shows usually consist of a solo performer and his instrument. Get lucky, and you might catch HoneyBoy Edwards, Louisiana Red or Hubert Sumlin in a stunning up-close performance that is matched by none.
Offering a staggering lineup of the nation's best blues performers as well as a rock-solid house band with rotating band leaders, it's no wonder Terra Blues is NYC's only signature blues club. Featured artists take the stage at 10:30 PM and perform until 2:30 or 3:30 AM (on Fridays & Saturdays).
Having served up great music and good spirits for over 20 years, Terra Blues is a Greenwich Village fixture that will be here for 20 more.