Natasha's Bistro Event Calendar

<< Prev. Week Monday 10/26/15 - Sunday 11/01/15 Next Week >>
Monday Oct 26th @ 8pm The Landers
The Landers The Landers are a brand new project built around the songs and stories of Lexington musician and multi instrumentalist Maggie Lander. Pulling from Americana rock and indie soundscapes, the bands' sound palette ranges from rowdy country-esque rock, to dark, smoldering alt-rock, all framing the smoky and powerful vocals of Lander.

The group features Lexington musicians Scott Stoess on bass, guitarist Dan Trisko, and drummer Dwight Dunlap.

Cover: $10.00
Tuesday Oct 27th @ 8pm T.A. Clayton & The Soul Miners
T.A. Clayton & The Soul Miners Indie::Rock::Blues
T.A. Clayton isn't trying to re-invent the wheel when it comes to roots rock music.

He simply writes and plays what he loves. And it works. His sound stems from a wide range of unique influences. As a Kentucky native, he grew up on old hymns, blues, country and rock. In the end, it produces a style that is both sweet and soulful. Think roots rock with gospel soul.

As a singer songwriter, Clayton first made waves in the Cincinnati music scene, by being nominated for 2 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards. Recently locating to Lexington, he has been inspired by the local culture & art scene. While working on his latest EP, he has been humbled by the support of folks who are loving the sound.

His latest band, "T.A. Clayton & The Soul Miners", is comprised of some of the best musicians Lexington has to offer.

Cover: $8.00
Wednesday Oct 28th @ 9pm Alma Gitana
Alma Gitana World::Dance
Alma Gitana [Gypsy Soul] fuses musical styles and elements from countries and cultures throughout the Mediterranean--including Southern Spain, Morocco, Greece, Egypt and Lebanon. This versatile group brings to the stage a wealth of talent stemming from their collective diverse backgrounds including rock, West African, traditional Irish and Scottish, jazz, classical guitar, flamenco, Latin percussion and Arabic They've "Wowed!" audiences throughout the region with their tapestry of sound which transports the listener to destinations far and wide. Alma Gitana's music will take you there--no passport required!
Listen on Youtube

Cover: $10.00
Thursday Oct 29th @ 8pm Rick Bockner
Rick Bockner Guitar::Folk::Acoustic

Rick Bockner is a Canadian guitarist, songwriter and performer who has spent over 50 years exploring folk, blues and early jazz styles of music. He began playing guitar when he was seven. Some of his teachers have included Pete Seeger, Mel Bay, Stefan Grossman, and Woody Mann. Rick was a member of the seminal 60's San Francisco band, Mad River (Capitol Records). He is known for his lush fingerstyle arrangements and penetrating, intelligent lyrics.

Join Rick for a unique evening of storytelling, folk and blues music

Cover: $12.00
Friday Oct 30th @ 9pm Ancient Warfare
Ancient Warfare Atmospheric::Rock
Drawling over ambient guitars and a pulsating timbre that may as well be the heartthrob of singer/songwriter, Echo Wilcox, Ancient Warfare consorts with forlorn matters of the heart combined with an incorrigible desire for promise within it. A marrying of Mark Lanegan and Chrissie Hynde, with flower toting bride's maids PJ Harvey and Margo Timmins, Ancient Warfare imposes conviction and leaves one violated and pining for the next inhalation. Ancient Warfare is pure and blameless, at least for now.

Cover: $5.00
Saturday Oct 31st @ 9pm C the Beat
C the Beat Reggae::World::Funk

Lexington's own C The Beat will play their energetic mix of Afrobeat, Reggae, Salsa, Afro-Cuban Jazz, Brazillian Samba, New Orleans R&B and Funk. So put on your dancing shoes and....just get down here, you don't want to miss this.

Cover: $12.00
Sunday Nov 1st @ 7pm Bluegrass Sundays- Natasha's Indoor Bluegrass Festival: Turning Ground
Bluegrass Sundays- Natasha's Indoor Bluegrass Festival: Turning Ground Bluegrass
Turning Ground is based in Salyersville, Kentucky, rooted deep in the Appalachian Mountains of Eastern Kentucky. Their style of bluegrass/bluegrass gospel is original and built around five guys that love the music! They borrow from the traditional sounds of yesterday and blend it with the contemporary sounds of today's bluegrass to deliver a solid drive to their music. Nathan Arnett handles the lead vocals like a veteran and is one of the great up and coming vocalists and songwriters in the business. Ralph Adams' crisp and clear tenor vocals and Jonathon Arnett's spot on baritone rounds out the Turning Ground harmony they are quickly becoming known for and the blend they are able to create is something the listener is sure to love. The harmony put together with Jonathon's tasteful mandolin work, Charles Keeton's rock solid bass and Mike Daniels driving the band with the banjo has made Turning Ground one of the new, energetic bands to surface onto the bluegrass scene.

Cover: $12.00
<< Prev. Week Monday 10/26/15 - Sunday 11/01/15 Next Week >>