Natasha's Bistro Event Calendar

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Monday Sep 29th @ 9pm Ali Sperry & Kelsey Waldon
Ali Sperry & Kelsey Waldon Ali Sperry's music combines elements of indie-pop, folk and rock. And you might as well go ahead and sprinkle on some Americana and stir it all up with some soul. The songs in their simplest form are stories of love, of hearts broken and healing, and explorations of human relationships with ourselves and one another.

Cover: $5.00
Tuesday Sep 30th @ 9pm Hannah Sturgill
Hannah Sturgill Hannah Sturgill is a talented Sing-songwriter in Lexington, Ky. She's been playing guitar for six years and is dedicated to her craft. She draws inspiration from many artists specifically Tom Petty, Ryan Adams, ZZ Ward, Loretta Lynn and even our very own Coralee and The Townies. Hannah prides herself on making sure all her performances are raw and from the heart, her goal is to have you leave with a small piece of her every time. She's opened for acts such as Kenny Loggins and The Riders in The Sky. She hopes you enjoy her show and continue to come back.
Find her on:
Facebook @ Hannah Sturgill Music
Twitter @Hannah_sturgill
E-mail her at

Cover: $5.00
Wednesday Oct 1st @ 9pm Katie Himes and Connor Shafran
Katie Himes and Connor Shafran Katie is reigning Miss Thoroughbred Country and former Miss Teen America. She has performed at The Rohs Opera House, Musicland and The Wild Horse Saloon. Come hear Katie's wonderfull blend of country and Americana.

Connor is a full-time Undergraduate Student at the University of Kentucky, and is pursuing degrees in Music Education, Music Performance, and German. While at UK, he has been commissioned as a composer by several chamber groups and solo performers, and is currently published through Tapspace Percussion and Tin Can Publishing. Connor served as the principal percussionist in the Central Kentucky Youth Orchestra, and won PIW World Championships with the indoor percussion group RHYTHM X. In 2013, he received the Emerson Scholarship to the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp, and attended under the instruction of Keith Aleo and Jung-Ho Pak.

Free Admission
Thursday Oct 2nd @ 9pm Nathan Angelo
Nathan Angelo In the ever-changing landscape of modern pop, Nathan Angelo shines as a refreshing alternative, embracing the classic elements of popular music and celebrating the backbeat of American tradition. As the revival of music in the 60's and 70's brought together the heritage of the Great American songbook, the flair of jazz and heartache of the Delta blues, Angelo integrates these forms into his own music with great ease and delight. Like many Motown and Stax artists, Angelo's musical craft was cultivated at a young age in the pews and platform of the church. It was there that he first witnessed the power music had to transport people beyond their present experiences.
Opening artist: Steve Means.

Cover: $8.00
Friday Oct 3rd @ 9pm Patrick McNeese Band
Patrick McNeese Band The Patrick McNeese Band invites you to the official release of the band's 12-song studio project, "Hallelu" - plus other gems from Patrick McNeese's collection of originals.
This music kinda defies description, but there are hints of Joni Mitchell, Bruce Cockburn, a smidgen of Dr. John, some Jean Luc Ponty and a bit of Bruce Hornsby and Van Morrison. You just have to come and hear it!

Patrick McNeese - Vocals, guitar
Tripp Bratton - Percussion, drums
Maggie Lander - Violin, vocals
Tom Martin - Keyboards
Scott Stoess - Bass

Please visit
Listen to brand new music from the Patrick McNeese Band

Cover: $8.00
Saturday Oct 4th @ 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
Sunday Oct 5th @ 5:30pm SILVERBACK: A Fundraiser for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
SILVERBACK: A Fundraiser for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. SILVERBACK typically plays rock and roll, rhythm and blues, soul music and folk-rock written prior to 1973. Members of the band receive no financial remuneration for their performances so all the proceeds will go to Leukemia and Lymphoma Society!
Seating: 5:30pm, Show Time: 6:30pm
Cover: $10.00
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