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NYE at Rales and Ales!

Rales and Ales, Leeds, AL

Join us New Year's Eve at Rales and Ails in Leeds, AL!  It's a ROARING 20's party, with a swing trio led by yours truly! 


Solo at Iron Hand!

Iron Hand Brewing, 206 State St., Mobile, AL

Join us at this amazing Mobile, AL, haunt! Great food including Pub Fare and unusual items like Japanese Curry. Full Bar featuring original brews, top shelf liquor, and more. And the room? It contains games like Chess, Checkers, UNO, and even Twister. Plus, there will be a TV on silent just in case there are any games still going on.'s all with NO COVER CHARGE. See you there!

Stuart McNair

Stuart McNair is a singer/songwriter and
piano/keys/accordion player based in
New Orleans. He plays roots music ranging
from early New Orleans Blues and Jazz, to
Louisiana Cajun and Zydeco, to more
recent NOLA pioneers like Professor Longhair
and Dr. John.

Stuart has taken his songs all over,
from the Bluebird in Nashville
to CBGB's in New York...from Fringefest
in Edinburgh, Scotland, to the London
pub scene during the 2012 Olympics.
He has collaborated and toured with a
range of artists, recently creating live
recordings backed by Zydeco Jam Band
Donna the Buffalo.

Called "one of the South's musical treasures"
for his ability to embody Southern musical
traditions and weave them into Earth-friendly,
life-affirming, uplifting songs, Stuart has seen
his songs landing on AAA, NPR, and other charts.
His original songs, called "dazzling", "uplifting",
and "glorious", deliver an Earth-friendly message
and deal with love, life, and communion with nature.

"Sends a shiver down the spine. The gloriousness is
downright outrageous. A cosmic journey."
- Maverick Magazine, London, UK

"Cosmic thoughts and unforgettable, beautiful songs.
Like Johnny Cash singing the Upanishads."
-Mobile Bay Monthly

"He could be the next Ryan Adams or Wilco"
- City Magazine, Tuscaloosa, AL

"Guaranteed to get your feet moving, get you thinking, and
even make you laugh"
- Wildy's World Review

"This is a much-needed reemergence of heartfelt,
quality Southern music."
- Dateline Alabama