Blending funk with southern rock, the Blue Moon Revue will play at 10 p.m. Friday at the City Grille, 216 S. College Ave. The cover charge is $3.\nThe Blue Moon Revue stemmed from the local bluegrass acoustic act The Water Company. Bassist Andy Salge, lead guitarist David Sullivan and percussionist Matt Frick broke away from the group to begin a jam band.\nThe band has been trying for the past year to make a name for itself locally.\n"We've played at parties," Salge said. "We've played at the Bluebird. We've played at Kilroy's. We've already got a townie following."\nIts debut album, "1108 Sessions," will be on sale at the show.\n"We produced it, recorded it and have been selling it ourselves," Salge said. "That's pretty cool."\nSalge said the Blue Moon Revue admires Galactica and could be best characterized as a fusion of James Brown and Phish. The show will be the first of many slated at the City Grille.