Blues reigns supreme at the Noodle, though you’ll hear other types of music as well. While Yeagy dreams of having Eric Clapton visit the Noodle, he’s had all types of musicians stop by. He’s met Dan Ackroyd multiple times; Billy Joel’s stopped by without a keyboard; Gene Simmons showed up even just to show off his tongue. John Mellencamp, the Allman Brothers, Jason Bonham, Kid Rock -- you name it.
“There was no well-thought-out business plan. It was ‘I'm going to take over, we're going to add music -- oh crap we're busy! We need to expand, we need new restrooms, we need to be bigger,” said Yeagy.
He’s expanded the building at least four times over, first with one stage, then another, then an atrium and a finished basement. He may be the leader, but it’s a family-owned establishment -- his sons are involved, his employees have worked for him for years, and Yeagy is very proud of what it has become.