Natasha's Bistro Event Calendar

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Monday Jan 26th @ 7pm Lance Brunner: Pianist
Lance Brunner: Pianist Come enjoy the quiet old sounds of standard show tunes and piano favorites.

Free Admission
Wednesday Jan 28th @ 7pm Wine Down Wednesday with Brice Farrar, violinist.
Wine Down Wednesday with Brice Farrar, violinist. Enjoy half price bottles of wine all night and the whimsical selection by Brice Farrar of folk and classical violin.
Joining Brice will be a Will Ronning, was the last concertmaster of the UK Symphony. Ned Farrarr as violist.

Free Admission
Wednesday Jan 28th @ 10pm Ron Whitehead: Gonzo Poet
Ron Whitehead: Gonzo Poet Toasting Hunter S. Thompson's induction into the KY Writers Hall of Fame.
Join us for Gonzo's after party toast.

Free Admission
Thursday Jan 29th @ 8pm Songwriter's Night: Bruce Lewis, Jim Gleason, and Tom Green
Songwriter's Night: Bruce Lewis, Jim Gleason, and Tom Green Tonight we present a very special Songwriter's Night with three of Lexington's best:
Bruce Lewis Bruce Lewis has performed his outstanding original songs throughout the USA and Europe. He has released many critically (and uncritically) acclaimed recordings.

Jim Gleason is a gifted and versatile writer who tonight will be featuring songs from his excellent solo CD "Deconstruction Ahead." He will also be unveiling songs from his upcoming CD, entitled "Insert Title Here." Jim is a master guitarist and performs with one of Lexington's very finest bands, The Johnson Brothers.

Tom Green is a fan favorite songwriter here at Natasha's. His many well-crafted and insightful songs move across the musical spectrum from blues to country to pop. Tom appears regularly at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville. Tom is also a preacher, but he skips Matthew, Mark, and John to make his message more lucrative.

Cover: $8.00
Friday Jan 30th @ 8pm The Bats
The Bats Cabaret::Comedy::Ensemble

Bringing together the seven diverse talents known as The Bats has netted a genre that can best be described as cabaret meets rock and roll... and everything in between. The five meddlesome women and two foolhardy men of this distinctive group embrace musical styles ranging from goofy to poignant. United by the angst and joys of middle age, they bare their souls onstage, singing of love lost and found, the perks and stings of growing bolder, and of life's best and worst moments. Whether covering other artists' material or singing their own original tunes, The Bats rock the stage with tight vocal harmonies and skillful musicianship, wit and sophistication, energy and creativity... then they throw in props and choreography for good measure! They sing, they dance, they yodel, & they won't stop, even if you ask them to.
The "Bats experience" is unique, smart, fun, lively, refreshing, and most of all entertaining. Don't miss it!

Tickets must be purchased through the Box Office, Monday- Friday, 10am-4pm. 859-259-2754

Tickets: $10.00
Saturday Jan 31st @ 9pm Julia Knight
Julia Knight Pop::Americana::Singer/Songwriter
Julia's music career started at the young age of 12 when she began playing guitar and writing songs. In addition to her original songs, Julia puts an acoustic spin on a number of covers ranging from Adele to Elvis. In 2013, Julia was a featured artist on Lifetime's Chasing Nashville. She has been awarded several industry awards recognizing her talent as a singer/songwriter and guitarist. In December 2014, Julia is named the artist of the month representing McPherson guitars. Julia has recently relocated to Nashville, TN where she continues her writing and music career. Her original style promises to be entertaining and a night you'll remember.

Click on the link below to hear Julia's original song, "I Hope You Know" co-written with Song Writer Deanna Walker and Producer Keith Thomas:

Listen to Julia perform "Toxic" by Britney Spears.
Julia Knight on Facebook

Cover: $7.00
Saturday Jan 31st @ 10:30pm Olde Time Art Social: New local art debut
Olde Time Art Social: New local art debut Come join us for an evening of performance art, food, drinks, and great tunes. New local art will be unveiled as well as live art by the talented Mandy Keathley. A special duel performance by Maggie Lander and Dahknee featuring Lexington's first live Deejay-violinist performance, and additional sounds from the one and only DJ Warren Peace.

Cover: $5.00
Sunday Feb 1st @ 8pm Andrew Duhon Trio
Andrew Duhon Trio Andrew Duhon is a songwriter from New Orleans, a teller of stories with an undeniable voice, weighted and soulful. Duhon has released 3 recordings, the latest of which, 'The Moorings', was nominated for a Grammy in 2014 for 'Best Engineered Album'. He has toured solo for much of his career, and that troubadour element is certainly present, an usher of modern day folklore. His latest group, however, The Andrew Duhon Trio brings a new musicality to the tunes with upright bassist, Myles Weeks and drummer ,Maxwell Zemanovic. Since recording 'The Moorings' together as their first project, the Trio has been crossing the American landscape, touring and creating together, the thoughtful colors of the trio breathing a new musicality and direction into Duhon's songwriting traditions.

Cover: $7.00
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