MONDAY NIGHTS: OPEN MIC JAM

Grab your ukulele, whip out that old poem you once recited by heart or gather the whole band and join us for our weekly open mic session on the back porch down here by the river.


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DIRTY DEAD, EVERY TUESDAY IN OCTOBER, 9PM

Asheville NC's DIRTY DEAD are literally on fire. With high-energy, modern interpretations of the classic GD/JGB catalog, DIRTY DEAD are calling the music higher and further than in a long time! With an eclectic mix of players from various styles of music -- as the Grateful Dead were --something new, fresh and exciting is happening. Psychedelia, reggae, funk and hip-hop in a Grateful Dead song? OK, got to see this!  

Meet the band, hear samples, shop merch and more at www.dirtydeadband.com

 


PLANEFOLK & FRIENDS FEATURING THE BLUE-EYED BLONDES, 8PM

Kristoffer is back with musical partner Lena to share their stunning take on Folk country as well as traditional Swedish and American song lore. They will be mixing it up and joined by some special guests! Kristoffer was generous to offer his talents to the new Planefolk record that theywill have available for purchase. No cover. Show starts at 8pm. If you like beautiful music with stunning harmonies this is where you want to be.


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THE OSHIMA BROTHERS, OCTOBER 24TH, 8PM

The Oshima Brothers, a duo consisting of brothers Sean and Jamie, have been creating music together their whole lives. The brothers are known for their powerful vocal harmony, joyous interaction, and skilled musicianship. They have been entertaining audiences throughout Maine for over 5 years, playing in living rooms, parks, concert halls, bars, churches and opera houses. Jamie (19) recognized for his virtuosic guitar playing, is also likely to add mandolin and foot percussion, while Sean (22), is known for his warm vocals, percussion and smooth songwriting.

Listen in. 


SIRIUS B & JEFF THOMPSON'S WHAT FOUR COSTUME PARTY, OCTOBER 28TH

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Sirius.B is an eight-piece musical group from Asheville formed in late 2006 that best describes itself as "absurdist gypsy folk punk." They combine accordion, violin, cello, acoustic guitar, flamenco and electric guitar, charango, banjo, upright bass and more to create the wild rumpus like no other on stage. Joining them is accomplished local singer/songwriter and the What Four: Taylor Pierson on keys, Aaron Price on bass and Mattick Frick of SIrius B on drums.

Don your most elaborate costume for an unforgettable night of music on the river with us.   $10 at the door.


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