Events at Green Parrot

A Key West institution since 1890, this watering hole features a jukebox & live music nightly.

@ 12:00 am – Expect thing to go along swimmingly when  the blues-roots acoustic trio Barry Cuda and The Sharks take the Green Parrot stage . Look for pianist Barry Cuda, accompanied by Dave Langett on alto sax and drummer Mick Kilgos, to play tunes from  a set-list drawn from an archival assortment of  early 20th century New Orleans roots-blues, 1940’s jump-blues, and 1950’s rockabilly, […]

@ 12:00 am – On Sunday, February 5th, the Crooks Annual Second Line will march up Duval Street once again, celebrates the lives of those we have loved and lost this past year. Begun in 2015 after Key West lost the world class drummer Richard Crooks. The traditional New Orleans second line send off was attended by hundreds. The […]

@ 12:00 am – Since around 1985, The Juliano Brothers, this Philadelphia-based  “Swiss Army Knife of Music” has been known to play not only music to party by, but the music you hear or wish you still heard on the radio. Many times we hear our fans say things like “We have never heard a band cover that song” or […]

@ 12:00 am – For years now, the Spred the Dub motto and war cry has been, “Good Time Reggae.” But what the hell does that mean? It means that whenever this seven-piece gets together, like a rock and roll baby Jesus, a party has just been immaculately conceived. It means that the word “boring” isn’t allowed entrance into […]

@ 12:00 am – For years now, the Spred the Dub motto and war cry has been, “Good Time Reggae.” But what the hell does that mean? It means that whenever this seven-piece gets together, like a rock and roll baby Jesus, a party has just been immaculately conceived. It means that the word “boring” isn’t allowed entrance into […]