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|Monday Feb 10th @ 8pm The Steel Wheels|
The Steel Wheels have captured audiences across the country with their heady brew of original soulful mountain music. Based in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, this dynamic band marries old-time musical traditions with their own innovative sound. The band is renowned for their raw energy and chemistry on stage, where they cluster tightly around a single microphone to adorn Trent Wagler's unmistakable tenor with bell-clear four-part harmonies inspired by their shared Mennonite heritage. Add to this Eric Brubaker's lively and evocative fiddle, Brian Dickel's grounded yet buoyant upright bass, and Jay Lapp's signature mandolin style, and it's no surprise that The Steel Wheels have enthralled the contemporary Americana scene.
"If one must compare The Steel Wheels to another act in order to get an idea of their music imagine a blend of the passion of the Avett Brothers, the instrumentals of Old Crow Medicine Show and then sprinkle in the backwoods feel of The Legendary Shack Shakers. In truth attempting to compare them with anyone is an injustice, since after one listen you can hear that they stand very well on their own perch." -- John Walker, Americana Roots
Listen to The Steel Wheels perform "Blueridge Mountains" Live
|Tuesday Feb 11th @ 9pm Perry Ritter Band|
The Perry Ritter Band is made up of 5 Lexington college students, each of them possessing a wide array of musical knowledge and experience. They are currently in the studio recording their first album, Mine Heart, and are very eager to get it out. If you like acoustic singer-songwriter tunes, then you will love the Perry Ritter Band.
Listen to Perry Ritter on Bandcamp
|Wednesday Feb 12th @ 8pm Carrie Rodriguez: Presented by WUKY 91.3fm|
Carrie Rodriguez is one of the hottest fiddler/singers on the Americana scene today.
Born in Austin, TX and raised on a broad range of pop, traditional, and classical music, Carrie began training on the violin at age five while simultaneously developing a taste for fiddling under the influence of her father. She was awarded a scholarship to Oberlin Conservatory of Music and moved on to graduate from the prestigious Berklee College of Music.
She has recorded with John Mayer, Patty Griffin and Los Lonely Boys, and performed live with Lyle Lovett, John Prine, Bill Frisell, Alejandro Escovedo, and Los Lobos, among others.
About her new album, "Give Me All You Got," Rodriguez says: "These new original tunes run the gamut of intense emotions, from heartache to budding new love, from betrayal to resigned acceptance, and finally to the sheer joy of simply being alive. For the first time, I feel that the passionate spirit of my live show has truly been captured in a studio album."
Opening Act: Maggie Lander is a talented multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter. She is versed in many styles of music, and appears regularly on WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour and with the Patrick McNeese Band.
After purchasing your tickets, please call Natasha's for your table reservation: 859.259.2754.
Online Tickets: $15.00 Get Tickets Now
|Thursday Feb 13th @ 9pm Peter Walker: with Doc Feldman|
Peter Walker is an American original, as eclectic and enigmatic as the songs he writes. The legendary seventy-five year old raga/psychedelic/folk acoustic guitarist, who was schooled by masters such as Ravi Shankar, and Ali Akbar Khan, has been described by Larry Coryell as, "One of the most original practitioners of contemporary music" and proclaimed by the Beatles' press agent Derek Taylor as "Perhaps the greatest guitarist in the world." His music, celebrated by the late Jack Rose, James Blackshaw, Steffen Basho-Junghans, Thurston Moore, and Greg Davis, all contributed original compositions to the 2006 tribute album, A Raga For Peter Walker. In the mid-'60s, while musical director to Timothy Leary's LSD explorations, Walker released the classic Rainy Day Raga LP in 1966, and 1968's influential Second Poem to Karmela or Gypsies Are Important, both on Vanguard Records. Following that, he disappeared from recording for almost forty years, but never stopped practicing, learning, reaching. Now, Delmore Recording Society is proud to announce the release of a lost studio session from 1970, Has Anybody Seen Our Freedoms? Don't miss one of your final chances to see this living legend live in concert.
"Peter Walker was actually a bigger influence on my acoustic playing than John Fahey or Robbie Basho." - Ben Chasny, Six Organs of Admittance
RIYL: Sandy Bull, Jack Rose, John Fahey
Opening Act: Doc Feldman
|Friday Feb 14th @ 5:30pm Valentine's @ Natasha's: Free Live Music with Special Chef's Menu|
Valentines Dining with candles, music, and a special valentine menu. No cover charge, a la carte ordering. Violinist Brice Farrar will be strolling.
VALENTINES DAY 2014 MENU
Oysters on Half Shell w/ Pomegranate Mignonette
Roasted Asparagus Lemon,PecorinoRomano& Prosciutto
Pan Seared Nori Wrapped Sea Scallops w/ Avocado Almond Honey Dressing & Stone Cross Bacon Chips
Mezze Platter w/ Hummus, Artichoke & Asiago, Olive Tapenade, Pita & Vegetable Crudite
PEI Mussels w/Garlic,White Wine Lemon Caper Sauce
Caesar Salad or Greek Salad
Braised Marksbury Pork Shank w/ Confit of Shallot & Garlic, Roasted Brussels Sprouts Pord Demi Glace
Pan Roasted Halibut w/ Shallot Pea Sauce, Smoked Fennel and Wilted Arugula Cream
Marsbury Bistro Chicken w/ House Cut Fries and Rosemary Pan Sauce
Grilled Filet Mignon, Tasso Butter and Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Vegan Thai Curry w/ Cauliflower,Zucchini, Carrots,Chickpeas,House-Made RedCurry over Rice
Marksbury Rock n Roll Burger - Half Pound of Fresh, Local Ground Beef
Andouille Burger-Blend of Local Beef & Andouille Sausage, Grilled Red Onion & Honey Dijon Mayo
Call 859.259.2754 to make reservations
|Friday Feb 14th @ 5:30pm Valentine's Dinner & Casablanca|
|Natasha's Bistro and the Kentucky Theater are providing you with the perfect Valentine's Day date. Come to Natasha's early for a delicious Chef's Special dinner and purchase half-price movie tickets to see "Casablanca" at the Kentucky Theater. |
"Casablanca" shows at 7:20pm and 9:30pm.
Dinner reservations available at 5:30, 5:45, and 6:00 for the 7:20 screening.
Dinner reservations available at 7:00, 7:15, and 7:30 for the 9:30 screening.
Call for reservations: 859.259.2754
|Friday Feb 14th @ 10pm Christopher P. McKnight: SOLD OUT|
McKnightmare Productions is proud to present yet another screamingly hilarious show for the most festive of lonely hearts. With his ability to tell a story like none other, Christopher's real life experiences make for a show you never want to miss. His 'tell it like it is' approach will leave you wanting more and more!! As always, his show has some strong subject matter, but it's the funniest you've ever heard. :) Don't be broken hearted this Valentine's Day, and make your reservations now...as his shows sell out quickly!
Brought to you by "McKnightmare Productions"
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Seating: 10pm, Show Time: 10:30pm|
|Saturday Feb 15th @ 9pm Twiggenburys|
|Rock::Classic Rock Covers|
Lexington's favorite "Fab Faux" Brits, The Twiggenburys, play favorites from decades of Brit-rock, including The Beatles, The Who, David Bowie, Rolling Stones, ELO, Pink Floyd, Elton John, Psychedelic Furs... the list goes on, all the way up to Radiohead, The Fratellis and Mumford & Sons.
Watch the Twiggenburys play Pink Floyd
|Sunday Feb 16th @ 5:30pm Pleased to Meet Me: VIP Pre-Screening Reception|
The Lexington premiere of Archie Borders' PLEASED TO MEET ME is a fundraiser to benefit the Friends of the Kentucky Theatre's renovation project. Filmed in Louisville starring John Doe and Aimee Mann and appearances by many local musicians.
VIP reception begins at 5:30pm with cast and crew at Natasha's with hors d'oeuvres, drink ticket and priority seating in the theatre. Film begins at 7:00pm.
VIP Ticket includes admission to the Pre-Screening Reception at Natasha's and priority seating for the film at the Kentucky Theater.
Online Tickets: $40.00 Get Tickets Now
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