Sunday, January 22, 2017 - 3:30pm
Free Admission

Sunday, January 22, 2017 - 3:30pm
Free Admission - $0

Join us as we play the big games on the big screen!
This sunday we will be playing the NFL Conference Playoffs. Preparing for our Super Bowl Potluck Party, we will be continuing our Super Bowl Box Pool raffle! 
Friendly People, Fun, and Football!


3:05 pm Kickoff
Green Bay Packers vs Atlanta Falcons

6:40 pm Kickoff
Pittsburg Steelers vs New England Patriots.


Doors will open 30 minutes prior to kickoff

Saturday, January 28, 2017 - 8:00pm
Buy Tickets Now - $5

Doors @8pm  

Show @9pm

 

Fractal Cat:

Baltimore’s Fractal Cat combines genres of music across the rock spectrum—pop, soul, folk, electronic—with socially conscious lyrics and imagery to create a psychedelic experience that heightens the senses and elevates the spirit. Inspired by artists such as Buddy Holly, Smokey Robinson, and Syd Barrett, the band seeks to entertain while promoting change, positivity, and humanity. 

 

Sacred Groove:

Shepherdstown's Sacred Groove is a unified crew exploring within the musical realm of the Grateful Dead.

 

Cassie Raye:

CassiRaye captivates with her earthy, sensual voice, and her original songs lead listeners into the most intimate depths of the human experience.

 

Watch & listen:

facebook.com/fractalcatmusic

youtube.com/user/FractalCatBand 

Friday, February 3, 2017 - 9:00pm
Buy Tickets Now - $10

 

 

 
 

Doors @ 8pm

Show @ 9pm  

 

LITZ brings together a wide array of musical influences ranging from funk, jam, go-go, soul, electronica and just about everywhere inbetween to amalgamate a new sound for the ears of the world. Their sound strides to sonically transport its listeners to another planet free of the stress, struggles, and tribulations of modern day life through the use of funky horn riffs, wah-wah keys, pounding bass, driving/progressive rhythms and melt your face guitar.

 

 

 

 

 

Watch and Listen:  

Saturday, February 4, 2017 - 9:00pm
Buy Tickets Now - $7

Doors @8pm

Show @9pm 

 

Mountain Ride was forged in the Great Valley of south-central Pennsylvania, for the simple need to play bluegrass.  For these five friends, bluegrass is a necessity.  Hailing from the new generation of bluegrassers, they tend to bring a unique flair to the traditional, and a progressive twist to the original. Mountain Ride is composed of Eric Avey (guitar and vocals), Scott Matlock (fiddle and vocals), Corey Woodcock (banjo), Chance Hurley (mandolin), and Kate Avey (bass and vocals).  With years of experience under their straps and strings, they have found something new, something that can only be described as Mountain Ride.

 

Watch and Listen:

https://youtu.be/O1GzCeQVsyw

Sunday, February 5, 2017 - 5:00pm
Free Admission - $0

Doors open @ 5pm

Kickoff @ 6:30pm

 

Join us for our annual Super Bowl Party on the big screen. We will be hosting our pre-game potluck starting at 5:30. Please big your favorite entree or side dish to share with our friends! All night long there will be raffles, drink specials, and some of the best people in town to help you cheer on your team! Join us for a night of food, friends, and football. And as always our community events are free admission.

Friday, February 10, 2017 - 9:00pm
Buy Tickets Now - $10

Doors @8pm 

Show @9pm

 

 The Rumpke Mountain Boys combine signature vocals, a unique command of string instruments (acoustic guitar, mandolin, upright bass and banjo) and dynamic special effects into a singular musical experience. An emotion filled musical stream of consciousness with no setlist, minimal structure, and intuitive improvisational flow. In this way, they summon the energy of the crowd as their guide in linking just the right music to precise moments in time.

  Like playing around a campfire, the Boys take turns calling the next tune, distilling shows from a sea of infinite notes created from years of jamming. Drawing upon a growing catalog of originals and and an ecclectic mix of covers, the Rumpke Mountain Boys blend music like a fine Irish whiskey-- the result affectionately dubbed Trashgrass. The Boys titled their 2012 album release with the same name, followed by their 2013 release, Moon, which was recorded at the famed Royal Studios in Memphis. The latest studio release, “High Time, Low Tide” is available mid-January.

 

Watch and Listen:

https://youtu.be/AZbwO5Pv1-4

https://youtu.be/15VPaSWNSsI

Saturday, February 11, 2017 - 9:00pm
Buy Tickets Now - $7

 

Doors @8pm
Show @9pm
 
THE FRITZ IS LIVE ROCK.
THE FRITZ IS LIVE FUNK.
THE FRITZ IS LIVE MUSIC.
 
After five years of traveling the East Coast and steadily building a reputation as a live act not to be missed, Asheville music ambassadors, The Fritz, played a strong year of sets showing thousands of new fans what throngs of Southeastern music lovers have known for years: The Fritz likes to get funky. As much as they take their funk seriously, the band takes it’s rock-honed songwriting just as seriously, but the well crafted song is not the only final product in the live forum.  Individually, the members of The Fritz are masters of improvisation, carefully weaving their personality into each performance.
While the music may range from hard driving soul to progressive rock, a common thread of The Fritz’s passionate energy reigns true in each show.  Whether live or in the studio, the band creates an energetic dance party every time. Their 2013 release, Bootstrap, released positive acclaim around the region. The Fritz brought several unforgettable performances to festivals all over the East Coast. As 2016 rounds to a close, the boys are preparing to enter the studio to record a new album with the help of Dave Brandwein (Turkuaz, The London Souls, Zongo Junction). The Fritz looks forward to a great year in 2017, as they continue to spread the good Fritz gospel of intoxicating live music.
 
 
THE FRITZ is:
 
Jamar Woods – Keyboards, Vocals
Jamie Hendrickson – Guitar, Backup Vocals
Jake O’Connor – Bass, Backup Vocals
Michael Tillis – Drums
Mikey Spice – Percussion
 
Matt Schueler – Light Designer

 

 

Watch and Listen:

 

JAM IN THE VAN SERIES:

Another Way: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdPL9hcco0Y

Sound. Habits. Blame.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZC4j4HkYX8

Oppenheim: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDX0Mw9Q0_w

 

https://www.facebook.com/events1805061326427454/

 

 

facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thefritzmusic

twitter: @thefritzmusic
Instagram: @thefritzmusic

Friday, February 17, 2017 - 9:00pm
Buy Tickets Now - $10

Doors @ 8pm

Show @ 9pm

 

To a deaf person, they look like a New Orleans dixieland street band. To a blind person, they sound like a rave DJ mashing-up house beats with 60′s folk lyrics. To the police, it’s a busy day on the sidewalk.

The Primate Fiasco uses instruments that are loud without electricity, giving them the opportunity to attack at any moment, in any location, with or without permission. No one is safe, not even an elevator or city bus. If The Primate Fiasco sees a dull moment somewhere, they will pop out of the nearest sewer drain or trash can to lead an irresistible dance party.

On stage, the sound is different. This band has pioneered what is possible with mind-bending accordion, funky pockets of a hyperactive Sousaphone player, and banjo that thinks it’s a Fender Strat. Add lyrics that grab hold of even the most inattentive audience and beats that channel surf like a remote that’s been sat on. The music is always high energy and extremely imaginative. Most importantly, this is fun. People smile from the first beat to the last smoldering ash of what was previously a dance floor.

Following a Grammy-nominated kids album, several conquered jam and electronica fests and stolen hearts at prestigious folk festivals, the Primate Fiasco audience demographic is as diverse as a New York City street. No one is safe from the Fiasco. You will smile.

Primate Fiasco started as a roaming band at a major amusement park. After spending awhile exclusively performing on sidewalks, they headed indoors to try their luck on stage. That simple move allowed singing, which turned out to be the icing on the proverbial cake. Complicated icing, even, as their singer was a successful folk act in a former incarnation that pre-dated the army of brass. Those who listen to lyrics will often get into hour-long discussions about them. The resulting stage shows have since successfully turned music venues inside out, turned festival stages into circus tents and turned random paths or spots on festival grounds into stages.

Throughout the Northeast and well-beyond (thanks to the power of radio) the Primate Fiasco experiment has evolved into the animated superhero persona that you see today— humorously drawn, but based on a true story— and that you will continue to see circulating throughout the music-loving club and festival community, via the highways, byways, subways… and other ways.

 

Dave Russo – Banjo / Vocals / Harmonica
Kevin LaRose – Sousaphone (tuba)
Will Sigel- Drums
Drake Descant – Accordion/Piano/Keyboard

 

Watch and Listen:

https://youtu.be/3RQ6Jy8lGQg

https://youtu.be/rdKScIWhZ_I 

Saturday, February 25, 2017 - 9:00pm
Buy Tickets Now - $10

Doors @ 8pm

Show @9pm

 

The Woodshedders:

 

The lineup includes Dwayne Brooke on guitar and vocals, Ryan Mayo on upright bass and piano, Jesse Shultzaberger on drums, and David Van Deventer on fiddle. The Woodshedders have played a bunch of fun shows this part year including Red Wing Roots Music Festival, Deep Roots Mountain Revival, Bristol Rhythm & Roots Festival, Mountain Stage New Song Fest, Kingman Island Bluegrass Festival, PBS Song of the Mountains, The U.S. State Department's Fourth of July Picnic, Opera House LIVE!, The Hamilton, Confluence Festival, WAMU’s Capital Americana, The  Jefferson Theater, and a monthly residency at Hill Country BBQ DC. They are the also the host band of Virginia’s Watermelon Park Fest.

 

Watch and Listen:

https://youtu.be/dXXixTko3oE

https://youtu.be/0CebUFUxLnU

 

The Plate Scrapers:

 

As classic as cast iron, as space-age as a flying car -- The Plate Scrapers are serving up their own flavor of bluegrass by way of a winding wormhole through folk, jazz, and heavy metal dimensions. So grab yourself a thick slice of nostalgia, slap on a side of mind-bending originality, and top it off with some piping-hit pickin', and let this hungry bunch "take you out of this atmosphere."

 

Watch and Listen:

https://youtu.be/gsv4w4aSjnA

Saturday, March 4, 2017 - 9:00pm
Buy Tickets Now - $10

We come at the music collected and lovingly reimagined by The Grateful Dead and The Jerry Garcia Band with the same sense of discovery, care, and exploration as our heroes. The songs we play—all music associated with the Dead or Garcia in one form or another—come from a beautiful American lineage: blues, country, jazz, rock, and soul. It is music that belongs to all of us, and that so many of us learned from Jerry and the band as they made it part of their unique, democratic language of rhythm, melody, and harmony.

Better Off Dead aspires to play the music anew, often with fidelity to the past but just as often with the daring to forge our own path. We feel privileged to connect to the wonderful community of fans who love the Dead, and this grand and enduring tradition, as much as we do.

 

Listen and Watch:

 

https://youtu.be/3l7ksJpjaPE

 

https://youtu.be/Gz-AKB0AvkY

 

Friday, March 17, 2017 - 9:00pm
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The Fox Hunt are a West Virginia based multi-instrumentalist string-band that play traditional fiddle music and original country music through a single condenser microphone. With a deviant cast of characters and some truly exceptional talents, The Fox Hunt offer a unique approach to one of the most sustainable forms of music, and add to it a style all of their own. With only a few years now behind them, The Fox Hunt have begun to build an ever growing allegiance of fans across the US and beyond!

 

Watch and Listen:

https://youtu.be/W4uRCdSmWFY

https://youtu.be/7ySKYq4OgpA

Friday, March 24, 2017 - 9:00pm
Buy Tickets Now - $5

SoulXchange:

SoulXchange is comprised of four musicians with an extensive background in multiple genres of music. All with an intense passion for spreading positivity through music. Neil and Evan Durr (guitar/ bass) grew up in a musical household and from an early age dedicated themselves to their craft. Andrew Kuhens (guitar)also dedicated himself to music from an early age, working his way to Berklee Collegeof music. With the addition of Joe Benny (drums) , the band completes it's line up with a passionate musician with experience in musical engineering and touring with his project Secret Panda Society . These four members come together with common goals in mind. To entertain and excite people everywhere and to invoke a feeling of love and togetherness through the art of music.

Ginada Pinata:

Ginada Pinata taps the influences of jazz, funk, rock, fusion, trance and drum and bass, blending them to create an organic vibe that continually entertains and excites audiences at each and every show. Founded in Shepherdstown, WV in 1998 (and getting funkier all the time) Ginada has relentlessly pushed the musical envelope in search of new sounds and feels. The result is a stylistic collage which truly sets them apart in their genre. 2001 brought the release of “Talking to the Boss,” a recording which at once highlighted the musicianship of the group while serving as the musical template from which they have evolved into one of the area’s most formidable improvisational groups. Over the years Ginada Pinata has played many festivals and clubs including Opera House Live, Sunshine Daydream, 123 Pleasant St., The Barns of Wolftrap, The Velvet Lounge and countless other music venues in the greater Mid-Atlantic region. Their drive is to produce a live show which consistently redraws the boundaries of the traditional quartet – and they’re only getting started… 


Ginada Pinata taps the influences of jazz, funk, rock, fusion and trace and blends it to create an organic vibe that entertains and excites audiences. Founded in Shepherdstown, WV in 1998 and getting funkier all the time Ginada has constantly pushed for new sounds and feels. 2001 brought the release of "Talking to the Boss" which highlights the musicianship of the band. Over the years the Ginada Pinata has played many festivals and clubs including Opera House Live, Sunshine Daydream, The Barns of Wolftrap, 123 Pleasant St., The WV Wine and Arts Festival, weddings, events and countless music venues

 

Watch and Listen:

 

SoulXchange:

https://www.facebook.com/Soulsxchangingmusic/videos/909765505804927/

 

Ginada Pinata:

https://youtu.be/3NHOGTqVV-w

https://youtu.be/8E3RTPqz-9I