Natasha's Bistro Event Calendar

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Wednesday Nov 19th @ 9pm Tommy Womack
Tommy Womack Americana::Rock
As both an artist and a person, Tommy Womack has been called everything from "Tom Lehrer with a Telecaster" to "Nashville's best loved musical eccentric," and he might blushingly, but proudly, accept both titles. That's because separating Womack the man and Womack the artist is impossible, as they're both the same guy. An award-winning recording artist and a published author, Womack writes songs as honest as anything Hank Williams or Steve Earle ever recorded, and has attracted the attention of the national press while accumulating a loyal following.
Womack came to Nashville from Kentucky, where he led the legendary post-punk band Government Cheese and now plays in a variety of groups including a duo with Will Kimbrough, the Tommy Gun Clash tribute band, and the Alphabetical Kinks will Bill Lloyd.


Cover: $12.00
Friday Nov 21st @ 9pm Appalatin with Carla Gover
Appalatin with Carla Gover Appalachian::World::Fusion

Appalatin plays roots music bridging Latin and American folk traditions. Their sound is the unique blend of several cultures, part Latino, part Appalachian, but most importantly world.
The six member band uses all acoustic instrumentation that features classical and steel string guitars; traditional Native wood flutes and pan flutes; harmonica; mandolin; charango (Andean ukelele); bass; and a myriad of percussion (congas, bongos, cajon, maracas, cow bell and guiro to name a few).

A singer, songwriter, and dancer, Carla Gover brings lively energy and a variety of musical styles to the stage. Her original songs range from misty, traditional sounding ballads accompanied by banjo to uptempo pop-influenced songs with a groove.

Watch Appalatin play live

Free Admission
Saturday Nov 22nd @ 9pm Kate Voegele
Kate Voegele Hailing from a little suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, Kate Voegele first picked up a guitar at age 15. Influenced by the rock and roll history of the city and her father's songwriting, she began to pen her own songs from the minute she learned to play her first three chords. Voegele embraced this newfound passion, recording her first EP during her freshman year of high school, and soon after landed gigs alongside artists like Counting Crows and John Mayer. Those shows quickly led to attention from labels in New York and LA, and Kate spent the majority of her high school years diving headfirst into a career in music.

Cover: $12.00
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