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I was looking through a box of old stuff and came across a schedule for Hammerjacks Night Club in Baltimore, MD. from 1990. Thought it might be interesting to post this as this was a pretty standard month at this once mighty rock club.

 

10/1/1990 ~ PANTERA ($.97 show)

10/2/1990 ~ Best Buns Contest (Tuesday)

10/3/1990 ~ The Loft Local Band (College Night Wednesday)

10/4/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

10/5/1990 ~ THE RAMONES ($8.50 cover)

10/6/1990 ~ EXTREME & Alice In Chains ($1.00 cover)

10/7/1990 ~ TONY MacALPINE & Cry Wolf ($3.00 cover)

10/8/1990 ~ Call for Details

10/9/1990 ~ Bikini Centerfold Competition (Tuesday)

10/10/1990 ~ The Loft ... local band (College Night Wednesday)

10/11/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

10/12/1990 ~ CHILD'S PLAY'S ($3.00 cover)

10/13/1990 ~ STRYPER ($10.00 cover)

10/14/1990 ~ JOE JACKSON ($10.50)

10/15/1990 ~ Poor Man's Opera ... local rock band from Baltimore

10/16/1990 ~ Sexy Silhouette Contest (Tuesday)

10/17/1990 ~ The Loft ... local band (College Night Wednesday)

10/18/1990 ~ KIX w/ Manitoba's Wild Kingdom ($10.00 cover)

10/19/1990 ~ KIX w/ Manitoba's Wild Kingdom ($10.00 cover)

10/20/1990 ~ KIX w/ Manitoba's Wild Kingdom ($10.00 cover)

10/21/1990 ~ VIXEN w/ Electric Boys & Jetboy ($8.50 cover)

10/22/1990 ~ EASY MICKEY .. really cool band from York, PA.

10/23/1990 ~ Naughty Negligee Contest (Tuesday)

10/24/1990 ~ The Loft ... local band (College Night Wednesday)

10/25/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

10/26/1990 ~ DIRTY LOOKS ($3.00 cover)

10/27/1990 ~ Annual Halloween Costume Ball ($2,000 grand prize)

10/28/1990 ~ SLAUGHTER ($8.50 cover)

10/29/1990 ~ T.S.O.L. ($.97 cover)

10/30/1990 ~ Wet T-shirt Contest (Tuesday)

10/31/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

 

And this is an example why I live at this place.... Not a bad line-up huh?

 

For less then $75.00 you could see:

Pantera

The Ramones

Extreme

Alice In Chains

Tony MacAlpine

Cry Wolf

Stryper

KIX (3 times)

Manitoba's Wild Kingdom (3 times)

Vixen

The Electric Boys

Jetboy

Dirty Looks

Slaughter

T.S.O.L.

 

Not a bad deal at all.

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I was looking through a box of old stuff and came across a schedule for Hammerjacks Night Club in Baltimore, MD. from 1990. Thought it might be interesting to post this as this was a pretty standard month at this once mighty rock club.

 

10/1/1990 ~ PANTERA ($.97 show)

10/2/1990 ~ Best Buns Contest (Tuesday)

10/3/1990 ~ The Loft Local Band (College Night Wednesday)

10/4/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

10/5/1990 ~ THE RAMONES ($8.50 cover)

10/6/1990 ~ EXTREME & Alice In Chains ($1.00 cover)

10/7/1990 ~ TONY MacALPINE & Cry Wolf ($3.00 cover)

10/8/1990 ~ Call for Details

10/9/1990 ~ Bikini Centerfold Competition (Tuesday)

10/10/1990 ~ The Loft ... local band (College Night Wednesday)

10/11/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

10/12/1990 ~ CHILD'S PLAY'S ($3.00 cover)

10/13/1990 ~ STRYPER ($10.00 cover)

10/14/1990 ~ JOE JACKSON ($10.50)

10/15/1990 ~ Poor Man's Opera ... local rock band from Baltimore

10/16/1990 ~ Sexy Silhouette Contest (Tuesday)

10/17/1990 ~ The Loft ... local band (College Night Wednesday)

10/18/1990 ~ KIX w/ Manitoba's Wild Kingdom ($10.00 cover)

10/19/1990 ~ KIX w/ Manitoba's Wild Kingdom ($10.00 cover)

10/20/1990 ~ KIX w/ Manitoba's Wild Kingdom ($10.00 cover)

10/21/1990 ~ VIXEN w/ Electric Boys & Jetboy ($8.50 cover)

10/22/1990 ~ EASY MICKEY .. really cool band from York, PA.

10/23/1990 ~ Naughty Negligee Contest (Tuesday)

10/24/1990 ~ The Loft ... local band (College Night Wednesday)

10/25/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

10/26/1990 ~ DIRTY LOOKS ($3.00 cover)

10/27/1990 ~ Annual Halloween Costume Ball ($2,000 grand prize)

10/28/1990 ~ SLAUGHTER ($8.50 cover)

10/29/1990 ~ T.S.O.L. ($.97 cover)

10/30/1990 ~ Wet T-shirt Contest (Tuesday)

10/31/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

 

And this is an example why I live at this place.... Not a bad line-up huh?

 

For less then $75.00 you could see:

Pantera

The Ramones

Extreme

Alice In Chains

Tony MacAlpine

Cry Wolf

Stryper

KIX (3 times)

Manitoba's Wild Kingdom (3 times)

Vixen

The Electric Boys

Jetboy

Dirty Looks

Slaughter

T.S.O.L.

 

Not a bad deal at all.

Awesome list and a great share!!! :headbanger:

How many of these shows did you attend?

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Awesome lineup!! Hahahaha!

 

$8.50 to see the Ramones? Damn. I paid $10 the first time I saw'em in NYC in '88 and thought I had gotten the deal of a lifetime. :lol:

 

Extreme and Alice in Chains on the same bill? There's a combo for ya :blink: Wonder how that pair got along on the tour bus?

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I was looking through a box of old stuff and came across a schedule for Hammerjacks Night Club in Baltimore, MD. from 1990. Thought it might be interesting to post this as this was a pretty standard month at this once mighty rock club.

 

10/1/1990 ~ PANTERA ($.97 show)

10/2/1990 ~ Best Buns Contest (Tuesday)

10/3/1990 ~ The Loft Local Band (College Night Wednesday)

10/4/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

10/5/1990 ~ THE RAMONES ($8.50 cover)

10/6/1990 ~ EXTREME & Alice In Chains ($1.00 cover)

10/7/1990 ~ TONY MacALPINE & Cry Wolf ($3.00 cover)

10/8/1990 ~ Call for Details

10/9/1990 ~ Bikini Centerfold Competition (Tuesday)

10/10/1990 ~ The Loft ... local band (College Night Wednesday)

10/11/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

10/12/1990 ~ CHILD'S PLAY'S ($3.00 cover)

10/13/1990 ~ STRYPER ($10.00 cover)

10/14/1990 ~ JOE JACKSON ($10.50)

10/15/1990 ~ Poor Man's Opera ... local rock band from Baltimore

10/16/1990 ~ Sexy Silhouette Contest (Tuesday)

10/17/1990 ~ The Loft ... local band (College Night Wednesday)

10/18/1990 ~ KIX w/ Manitoba's Wild Kingdom ($10.00 cover)

10/19/1990 ~ KIX w/ Manitoba's Wild Kingdom ($10.00 cover)

10/20/1990 ~ KIX w/ Manitoba's Wild Kingdom ($10.00 cover)

10/21/1990 ~ VIXEN w/ Electric Boys & Jetboy ($8.50 cover)

10/22/1990 ~ EASY MICKEY .. really cool band from York, PA.

10/23/1990 ~ Naughty Negligee Contest (Tuesday)

10/24/1990 ~ The Loft ... local band (College Night Wednesday)

10/25/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

10/26/1990 ~ DIRTY LOOKS ($3.00 cover)

10/27/1990 ~ Annual Halloween Costume Ball ($2,000 grand prize)

10/28/1990 ~ SLAUGHTER ($8.50 cover)

10/29/1990 ~ T.S.O.L. ($.97 cover)

10/30/1990 ~ Wet T-shirt Contest (Tuesday)

10/31/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

 

And this is an example why I live at this place.... Not a bad line-up huh?

 

For less then $75.00 you could see:

Pantera

The Ramones

Extreme

Alice In Chains

Tony MacAlpine

Cry Wolf

Stryper

KIX (3 times)

Manitoba's Wild Kingdom (3 times)

Vixen

The Electric Boys

Jetboy

Dirty Looks

Slaughter

T.S.O.L.

 

Not a bad deal at all.

F*ck the bands... tell us more about the bikini contests and wet T-shirt comps!!!

 

:lol: Sounds like a great place, though. Awesome concerts and sexy ladiez. Nice combo. Seriously, those prices are insane.

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I was looking through a box of old stuff and came across a schedule for Hammerjacks Night Club in Baltimore, MD. from 1990. Thought it might be interesting to post this as this was a pretty standard month at this once mighty rock club.

 

10/1/1990 ~ PANTERA ($.97 show)

10/2/1990 ~ Best Buns Contest (Tuesday)

10/3/1990 ~ The Loft Local Band (College Night Wednesday)

10/4/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

10/5/1990 ~ THE RAMONES ($8.50 cover)

10/6/1990 ~ EXTREME & Alice In Chains ($1.00 cover)

10/7/1990 ~ TONY MacALPINE & Cry Wolf ($3.00 cover)

10/8/1990 ~ Call for Details

10/9/1990 ~ Bikini Centerfold Competition (Tuesday)

10/10/1990 ~ The Loft ... local band (College Night Wednesday)

10/11/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

10/12/1990 ~ CHILD'S PLAY'S ($3.00 cover)

10/13/1990 ~ STRYPER ($10.00 cover)

10/14/1990 ~ JOE JACKSON ($10.50)

10/15/1990 ~ Poor Man's Opera ... local rock band from Baltimore

10/16/1990 ~ Sexy Silhouette Contest (Tuesday)

10/17/1990 ~ The Loft ... local band (College Night Wednesday)

10/18/1990 ~ KIX w/ Manitoba's Wild Kingdom ($10.00 cover)

10/19/1990 ~ KIX w/ Manitoba's Wild Kingdom ($10.00 cover)

10/20/1990 ~ KIX w/ Manitoba's Wild Kingdom ($10.00 cover)

10/21/1990 ~ VIXEN w/ Electric Boys & Jetboy ($8.50 cover)

10/22/1990 ~ EASY MICKEY .. really cool band from York, PA.

10/23/1990 ~ Naughty Negligee Contest (Tuesday)

10/24/1990 ~ The Loft ... local band (College Night Wednesday)

10/25/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

10/26/1990 ~ DIRTY LOOKS ($3.00 cover)

10/27/1990 ~ Annual Halloween Costume Ball ($2,000 grand prize)

10/28/1990 ~ SLAUGHTER ($8.50 cover)

10/29/1990 ~ T.S.O.L. ($.97 cover)

10/30/1990 ~ Wet T-shirt Contest (Tuesday)

10/31/1990 ~ Rock Women's Nite

 

And this is an example why I live at this place.... Not a bad line-up huh?

 

For less then $75.00 you could see:

Pantera

The Ramones

Extreme

Alice In Chains

Tony MacAlpine

Cry Wolf

Stryper

KIX (3 times)

Manitoba's Wild Kingdom (3 times)

Vixen

The Electric Boys

Jetboy

Dirty Looks

Slaughter

T.S.O.L.

 

Not a bad deal at all.

 

 

whoaaaaaaa I nearly fell off my chair....... Melbourne Australia's got nothing on Baltimore MD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :beerbang:

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Awesome list and a great share!!! :headbanger:

How many of these shows did you attend?

 

I know I went to Pantera,The Ramones, Tony MacAlpine & Cry Wolf, Child's Play, Stryper, all 3 KIX shows, & Vixen with The Electric Boys and Jetboy.

 

I'm not sure if I saw that Dirty Looks show or not... I think that was the same night Lillian Axe was playing at a club about 20 mins away and I went to see Lillian Axe. I don't remember seeing Alice In Chains at Hammer's so I may have missed that particular Extreme show. I saw Slaughter a few times at this club but for some reason don't think it was October or 1990. I know I missed T.S.O.L. because it pissed me off for a long time that I didn't go.

 

As far as the Tuesday night contests... I may have went to 1 or 2, I usually did. I used to know an under aged chick that entered the contests and I went with her because she didn't wanna go down there by herself. Whenever she won.... she would always give me a cut. :headbanger:

 

If there is interest... I have a boat-load of old Hammerjack's schedules. I will continue to post them if people want me to.

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[quote name='melodicrockoz' date='Dec 11 2009, 12:02 AM' post='53161

 

whoaaaaaaa I nearly fell off my chair....... Melbourne Australia's got nothing on Baltimore MD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :beerbang:

 

 

Remember.... This was over 19 years ago. Now The Baltimore Raven's football team plays on this once hallowed ground. I did manage to get one of the bricks from Hammerjack's when they tore it down. To this day one of my prized pieces of memorabilia.

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wow, you got a brick from Hammerjacks, very cool ! :beerbang:

 

Now before my little brother geoff sees your previous response, I must warn you he will be questioning you on the nature of the cut the under age girl put out to you, please forgive him, in advance.

lolz omg omg! Is Geff really your lil brotha? lolz xx

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wow, you got a brick from Hammerjacks, very cool ! :beerbang:

 

Now before my little brother geoff sees your previous response, I must warn you he will be questioning you on the nature of the cut the under age girl put out to you, please forgive him, in advance.

 

Ya know... I was thinking the same thing. Geoff is gonna ask questions. I've spent the last hour trying to dig up a picture of her... No luck. Somewhere online there has to be photos of those famous events. I remember one Tuesday night a couple of guys from Faster Pussycat came to the club. They were playing there on the next night. I remember Tamie from FP being invited on stage to pour water on the girl's t-shirts. That stage was in shambles by the time the contest ended that night. Good times those were. I believe that was the same nght Joe Montana was there. It was the year he left the 49ers and was visiting the Washington Redskins. Instead of trying to swoon Montana in Washington DC they took the 35 -40 minute limo ride to Baltimore instead. Guys they thought this wet t-shirt contest would persuade him to sign with the Redskins.

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