Torch Club

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Torch Club was one of the first bars in Sacramento–established in 1934 the year prohibition ended. In the past it was known as a watering hole for politicians and has since become the most popular Blues Club in the Sacramento Area.

Long-time fans appreciate the return of the house bands which include: The Lew Fratis Trio, Jimmy Pailer & the Prophets, Aaron King Trio, Stacie Eakes and the Superfreaks, and Mind X. Newcomers will be attracted to the club by national acts including Terry Hanck,

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