Went there the first month they opened and thought what a nice country venue, until the music began. It was harsh and EXTREMELY LOUD. So we never went back until last night for the Parmalee/Clare Dunn Concert. I had hoped since this club has hosted many national acts, that would have gotten its act together with its sound system by now. Well to some degree, the sound was much improved, however it was STILL WAY TOO LOUD! I downloaded a Sound Pressure Meter to my phone and the level EXCEEDED the 90 decibel limit of my phone - even in the bathroom! The owner/sound engineer ought to be well aware of what safe sound levels are, but anything above 85db can be damaging to your ears. I would guess that if I had a real meter, that I would have gotten a reading in excess of 100db! The bass was way too loud and buried the other instruments. Don't think we will be going back unless I have earplugs, but then why pay to hear a band with earplugs on? Shame the bands would have sounded so much better at a decent volume level. We left midway through Parmalee's set because we just couldn't take the pounding on our ears. There is still no sound treatments in this very live room, but even that won't tame the excessive volume junkies there.
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