We're sure you could find someone out there who might wish the Shady's staff would toss some hit makers into the mix — maybe that Timberlake song from Trolls, or something from twenty one pilots, or whatever. But here's the thing: You can hear those songs anywhere, from the grocery store to your local bar. The mix at Shady's, featuring weirdo blues, pub rock, two-tone ska, and off-kilter indie rock, is one-of-a-kind, a selection curated especially by the staff, and the CDs stocked there (that's right, it's a real jukebox, not one of those digital ones) reflects uniquely on the place. It's singular, and in a day and age where you're likely to hear the same songs overhead most everywhere (and for real, we like "One Dance" a lot, too!) the dedication represented by the Shady's jukebox is a thing of stubborn, loving glory.