Natasha's Bistro Event Calendar

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Monday Apr 21st @ 5:30pm Open for Dinner
Open for Dinner We are open for dinner, featuring our full dinner menu. Walk-ins welcome. Reservations available at (859)259-2754.
Hours: 5:30pm - 10:00pm

Free Admission
Tuesday Apr 22nd @ 9pm Shueh-li, Futurebum, the Uncles
Shueh-li, Futurebum, the Uncles Electronic::Experimental::Indie
An exciting evening of adventurous sounds featuring three genre-defying acts.

Shueh-li is an Australian-born Singapore recording artist living in the U.S.A. Blending synths and theremin into a beautiful and mesmerizing sound that touches on her Eastern heritage while sounding like the future. Shueh-li is a Moog-endorsed artist.

Futurebum is the solo project of Lexingtonian Tristin Morin. All dub, no step.

The Uncles are the groove trio of Lex scene vets Uncle Dave Farris (drums), Uncle Steve Cherry (bass), and Cousin Farhad Rezai (organ/synth).

Cover: $6.00
Wednesday Apr 23rd @ 7pm Fundraiser for Steve Kay for Urban County Council
Fundraiser for Steve Kay for Urban County Council Fundraiser::Music::Food
Join us this evening to support Steve Kay, outstanding Council Member at Large. Steve has done much valuable work for Lexington, demonstrating the commitment, skill, and especially the insight our community needs.
Many of Lexington's finest musicians will be performing: Nick Stump, Bev Futrell and Karen Jones, Bruce Lewis, Missy Johnston, Dan Hill, Marilyn Robie, Dock Steffey and Tom Green.
Seating at 6, music begins at 7.
Suggested cover in support of Steve Kay $20

Cover: $20.00
Thursday Apr 24th @ 8pm Harpeth Rising
Harpeth Rising Folk::Bluegrass::Classical
Billed as an "American Sensation" by WSM 650, this group of young classically trained musicians is making an impact wherever they play. The quartet brings an exciting and distinctive sound to the Americana genre. With a banjo and fiddle, you might think they're traditional bluegrass, but think again: cello and hand drum round out the group, creating a truly new sound. A little bit bluegrass, a little bit folk, a little bit classical and whole lot of original, Harpeth Rising is a band to watch.
Harpeth Rising is celebrating the release of their new album, "Tales From Jackson Bridge," and will have copies available at the show.

Watch Harpeth Rising perform their song "Goin' My Way"

Cover: $7.00
Friday Apr 25th @ 8pm TDH4: Tall, Dark and Handsome
TDH4: Tall, Dark and Handsome Folk::Acoustic::Jazz
TDH4 aka Tall, Dark and Handsome is a rare blend of jazz and regional music. Karen Jones (fiddle) and Bev Futrell (guitar), also members of the Reel World String Band, team up with George Neel, an accomplished jazz mandolin player, and Ricky Baldwin, a well-known bass player, also playing with Nick Stump's Blues All-Stars. Their CD Dust Devils On Our Heels is "great musicianship and sweetly polished" (Dr. Ron Pen, Dir. of Niles Center for American Music). The songwriting and country-inspired singing of Bev Futrell gives this quartet its grounding, while the musical prowess of Karen, George and Ricky connects us to the rich repertoire of hot fiddle/mandolin traditional tunes and jazz standards.
Visit TallDarkandHandsome.org

Cover: $8.00
Friday Apr 25th @ 10:30pm Extra Crispy
Extra Crispy Comedy::Improv
If you're a fan of "Who's Line Is It Anyway?" or "Saturday Night Live", you'll enjoy the hilarious antics of Extra Crispy. The group features high-energy, interactive sketches based on audience suggestions. Formed in 2007, the ensemble group features some of the area's finest talent, including local actors Dwayne Cantrell, Karen Marsee, Marcus Lynn, Daniel Read, Jeff Beach, Brittny Congleton, Nick Warner, and Jonathon Lay.

Extra Crispy on Facebook

Seating begins at 10:30pm for this 11:00 show. Full bar service available.
Seating: 10:30pm, Show Time: 11pm
Cover: $5.00
Saturday Apr 26th @ 8pm The Bats
The Bats Cabaret::Comedy::Ensemble

Bringing together the eight 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 feisty women and three very brave men of this distinctive group embrace many musical styles with the material ranging from comical to poignant. They sing of love lost and found, the joys and stings of growing older, and of life's best and worst moments. Whether covering other artists' songs or singing their own original tunes, the common denominator is tight vocal harmonies, skillful musicianship, wit and sophistication, energy and creativity ... with props and choreography thrown in for good measure. They sing, they dance, they yodel ..and they're real good lookin'.
In total the "Bats experience" is unique, smart, fun, lively, refreshing, and most of all entertaining.
www.thebats.net

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

Tickets: $10.00
Saturday Apr 26th @ 10:30pm Infectious Laughter
Infectious Laughter Comedy::Stand-Up
Saleem Tha Dream Entertainment Presents: Infectious Laughter. Joe Saleem hosts an evening showcasing Lexington's best in stand-up comedy. The evening is sure to be filled to the brim with fun and laughter, as well as some of the most entertaining, off the wall, and unexpected comedians the Lexington area has to offer. Show up early for the best seats in the house, though the front few tables are open game for all comedians...consider yourself warned!
Check out Joe Deuce live at Natasha's
JoeDeuceComdey.com
Seating: 10:30pm, Show Time: 11pm
Cover: $7.00
Sunday Apr 27th @ 8pm Farewell Drifters
Farewell Drifters Alt-folk::Indie
With their acoustic instrumentation and the anthemic thrust of their songwriting, the Farewell Drifters find themselves in the midst of what's bound to go down in the annals of popular music history as an era-defining, youthful folk-rock boom. But the Drifters aren't content simply to stomp, strum and sing with gusto. They bring a unique Brian Wilson-like sensibility to the movement, with intricately arranged harmonies and atmospheric, string-swathed studio shading that is newly showcased on Tomorrow Forever, the quartet's first album for their new label Compass Records. Collaborating with roots pop producer Neilson Hubbard (Matthew Perryman Jones, the Apache Relay) helped solidify the band's voice, elevating their crystalline harmonies and acoustic foundation with gutsy electric guitar and orchestral-style drums to create a sound that's earthy, richly layered, and powerful.
RIYL: Avett Brothers, Mumford & Sons, Mountain Goats
www.thefarewelldrifters.com

Opening Act: Late Day Sons
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Online Tickets: $12.00 Get Tickets Now
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