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Charleston Music Hall Presents:

Gaslight Street’s Funky Christmas Jingle Ball

w/ Special Guests

DOORS: 6:30PM / SHOW: 8:00PM



– Reduced capacity and implemented social distancing
– Face masks are required at all times
– Seating will be assigned upon arrival with Timed Entries for you to select at checkout
– Maximum of 8 people seated together

Gaslight Street

It was Christmas Eve back in the day. You and your parents drove a couple hours out to the country to stay at Aunt Nina and Uncle Jerry’s place because they were the only ones in the family with a house big enough to hold all of you and your mom “damn sure wasn’t doing it”. Nina always had plenty of boxed wine for your mom and the other ladies, and they gathered in the living room talking trash about whichever unlucky family member was absent from the year’s festivities. Jerry and the men spent the evening in the garage gathered around Jerry’s new lawnmower which he claims Santa brought him as an early present, but everybody knew he got it at Sears when he was supposed to be shopping for Nina. Then again, Jerry drank a lot so he may have fooled even himself.
And then there was you. In that ‘other’ living room. The formal one with the old uncomfortable chairs and no TV. The way-too-big Christmas tree positioned center cut in that mammoth front window, glistening in all it’s pre-regulatory flammable tinsel. Right next to it – Jerry’s old console record player and a shelf stuffed full of old records. You’d always park yourself right there on the floor at the end of that shelf where he kept the Christmas records. James Brown, Phil Spector, Charles Brown, Ray Charles, Elvis, Otis Redding. All night. They smelled like old books and sounded like the spirit of Christmas.
For one night in December at the Charleston Music Hall, Southern soul band Gaslight Street is bringing their friends along to take you back to that ‘Aunt Nina and Uncle Jerry’s’ feeling with their 3rd annual Funky Christmas Jingle Ball. Along with some of Charleston’s best musicians, singers, a horn section, and all the old funky Christmas tunes you can handle, you’ll be able to get away for a while and soak in the yuletide. Just be sure to hand off the keys if you’re planning on getting as jolly as Jerry.
Gaslight Street is:
Campbell Brown
Whitt Algar
Stratton Moore
Ryan Bonner
Guests include:
Kevin Hackler
Ward Buckheister
Sunflowers & Sin

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Venue Information
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403