Natasha's Bistro Event Calendar

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Monday Oct 13th @ 9pm Roy Schneider & Kim Mayfield
Roy Schneider & Kim Mayfield Songwriter and multi instrumentalist Roy Schneider has been sharing his original music at venues throughout the U.S. and Europe since he began touring in 2008. He has received accolades from several national festivals and competitions including the Telluride Blues and Brews Festival (Acoustic Blues,) Falcon Ridge Folk Festival's Emerging Artist Showcase, and the prestigious Kerrville Folk Festival's Grassy Hill New Folk competition. Notable past performances include the MAD fest in Yorkshire, England, Nashville's Bluebird Cafe, and contestant on NBC's "The Voice."
Schneider has performed on stage with Gove Scrivenor, Buddy Mondlock, Freebo (Bonnie Raitt,) John McEuen of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and Tom Paxton. Roy's current CD, "Walls That Talk," reached #3 on the Folk DJ charts in September 2012 with the help of a fan funded campaign. Pandora radio features several tracks from "Walls That Talk" on the Roy Schneider channel. Roy performs with his wife and musical partner Kim Mayfield.

Cover: $5.00
Tuesday Oct 14th @ 9pm Kiya Heartwood
Kiya Heartwood Singer/Songwriter::Americana
Singer-songwriter Kiya Heartwood (Radio Cafe, Stealin Horses, Wishing Chair) delivers "soulful confessions, political broadside and a wicked groove." From cross-dressing Confederates and drunken cowgirls, to love stories from the Jersey Shore. Award winning songwriter and poet Kiya Heartwood's one woman show, Short Stories spins true tall tales from the American edge. This show has been accepted at this years Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland.
Kiya makes her happy home in Austin, TX. For more:
www.kiyaheartwood.com

Cover: $10.00
Wednesday Oct 15th @ 9pm Rackajam
Rackajam A Hungarian professional group playing a shockingly interesting fusion of 21th century urban folk music and traditional genres. An indefinite blend of rock n' roll, soul, blues and of course the band is showcasing many alternatives and remarkable own renditions of their native music.

Rackajam is among the most popular and looked-after acts on the Hungarian and Eastern European scene today! The founder of the band is Gyorgy Ferenczi whose diatonic harmonica (blues-harp) sound is highly acclaimed across Europe and his instantly recognizable sound and pure style makes every performance a one-of-a-kind experience!

Cover: $6.00
Thursday Oct 16th @ 9pm Natasha Borzilova
Natasha Borzilova Don't miss the former lead singer and acoustic guitarist of the Russian Grammy nominated band Bering Strait!
With her newest CD, "Out Of My Hands", Natasha Borzilova solidifies her place among the brightest and most talented singer/ songwriters of her generation!

Cover: $8.00
Friday Oct 17th @ 8:30pm Howard Levy with The Osland/ Dailey Jazztet
Howard Levy with The Osland/ Dailey Jazztet Jazz::Blues::Pop
Multiple Grammy-winner Howard Levy is an acknowledged master of the diatonic harmonica, a superb pianist, innovative composer, recording artist, bandleader, teacher, and producer. He's played with top symphony orchestras, regularly on A Prairie Home Companion on NPR, and as an original member of Bela Fleck & the Flecktones.
Opening Act: Osland/Dailey Jazztet

Online Tickets: $22.00 Get Tickets Now
Saturday Oct 18th @ 8pm Julia Knight
Julia Knight Pop::Americana::Singer/Songwriter
A singer-songwriter of unusual skill, Julia released her debut CD in January 2012 titled "Just Live". In addition to her original songs, Julia puts an acoustic spin on a number of covers ranging from Elvis and Beatles tunes to current artists like Adele, Taylor Swift, Ingrid Michaelson, Colbie Caillat and more. Her original style promises to be entertaining and a night you'll remember.

Listen to Julia perform at the 2011 TCGMA GCGMA Awards
Julia Knight on Facebook

Cover: $6.00
Sunday Oct 19th @ 9pm Evening River Band/ Quiet Hollers
Evening River Band/ Quiet Hollers Quiet Hollers are a cult/gang/band from Louisville, Kentucky. Formed semi-accidentally for the sole purpose of backing up singer/songwriter Shadwick Wilde for one show -- the release party for his 2010 solo effort, Unforgivable Things (S/R.) May 2013 saw the release of their first collaborative effort -- I Am the Morning -- a reverb-soaked dive into the "stream-of-consciousness moments and seasoned observations of a sleep-deprived road warrior" (NoDepression) earning the Hollers a nomination at the inaugural Louisville Music Awards, and spots on five "Best of 2013" lists, including AltCountry.nl and WB Walker's Old Soul Radio Show. The album (recorded upstairs from a working funeral home and by a drummer whose neck was literally broken at the time) showcases the band's raw energy and attention to lyrical detail, as well as their diverse influences which range from Americana and alt. country, to post-punk and indie rock. Now in production on a new album, with singles to be released starting September 2014, Quiet Hollers are doubling-down on their hectic touring and recording schedules, earning them spots alongside major acts like Dropkick Murphys, Trampled By Turtles, and Tim Barry, and garnering them a growing group of motley supporters all over the country.

Cover: $7.00
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