Thursday to Sunday from 18h to 23h


Located on Huertas 22 street, very close to the Plaza de Santa Ana. In the heart of Madrid. Pub with live performances on a floor where you have tables to have a quiet drink or enjoy a good concert. The stage very close will make you feel the music in a different way. 

Decorated with care and good taste, where black and red colors prevail. The walls full of photographs with emblematic artists and musical instruments make it possible to create a very pleasant atmosphere. Live music every day. Specialized in Rock & Roll, we give space to other genres such as Blues, Soul or Country. 

Great artists like Edu Manazas, Stevie Zee, Greg Izor, Lele Laina, Miguel Oñate, Chino Banzai, Leonor Marchesi, Mercedes Ferrer, Pablo Martín, Armando de Castro, Julián Kanesvky, Gabi Boente, David Salvador, Pedro Girón, Susan Santos and others many have already delighted us with their presence and their music.

We also have a great team, close and always available to musicians and customers. 



1932 - Derek Taylor (The Beatles' press officer) is born.

1946 - Jerry Nolan (drummer for The New York Dolls and Johnny Thunder & The Heartbreakers) born

1946 - Bill Kreuutzmann (drummer for Grateful Dead) is born

1948 - Pete Wingfield is born, in Liphook, Hampshire, UK. Producer, songwriter, keyboardist and singer.

1950 - Prairie Prince (drummer of The Tubes and one of the founders of Journey) is born.

1951 - Bernie Marsden (guitarist for Whitesnake) is born

1961 - Phil Anthony Campbell (Motörhead guitarist) born

1963 - Johnny Lee Middleton (Savatage and Trans-Siberian Orchestra bassist) born

1968 - Reginald Dwight decides to change his name to Elton John

1970 - Scooter Ward (founding member and lead singer of Cold) is born

1971 - Reidar Horghagen (drummer for Immortal, Hypocrisy and Grimfist) is born

1986 - Matt Helders (backing vocalist and drummer for Arctic Monkeys) born

1992 - Nigel Preston, drummer of The Cult, died in London at the age of 32 years old

1998 - Steve Perry leaves Journey for the second time

2011 - John Walker, singer, guitarist and songwriter and founding member of the Walker Brothers, died at age 67