(Free!)

He tells elongated and elliptical stories about the songs, their characters, his family and his life and how they are all connected. Smith says “on a good night the stories and songs ride on top of a funky kind of country blues pop stomp”.

($7)

Campfire Cassettes is a 4 piece indie band that plays short, quirky songs for short, quirky people. They are lyrically fixated on the sex they aren’t having, the drugs they aren’t taking, and the murders they’re aren’t committing.

($15)

Brooklyn-based Americana/Alt-Country band Yarn’s sound owes as much to Gram Parsons and Earl Scruggs as to Jerry Garcia and Exile On Main Street-era Rolling Stones. Much like its name, the band Yarn weaves country, rock, blues and more into a genre-defying blend.

($12)

Jenni Lyn’s music offers a current approach to the evolving bluegrass sound, while maintaining the perfect balance of that down­ home comfort.

(Free!)

Relatively unheard singer-songwriter that is changing that description fast. Playing all over Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and parts of Colorado in many great venues making a name for his music.

($12)

Modern African music built on a foundation of traditional Malawian melodies, with a socially conscious message.

(Free!)

Relatively unheard singer-songwriter that is changing that description fast. Playing all over Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and parts of Colorado in many great venues making a name for his music.

(Free!)

Everyone welcome. Bring an instrument and give us ten minutes of your best stuff. Sign up at 7:30 with an 8 pm start.

($8)

Radiator King embodies the raw energy of punk, the grit and intricacy of delta blues, and the lyrical potency of folk in “songs that are the sonic equivalent to an old whiskey bar at the end of a dirt road.”

($10)

Zakke is a band from Washington D.C. known for their Latin Fusion Style and their high-energy level performances. Zakke’s music blends the Latin rhythms with an explosive twist of Funk, Ska, Disco and Rock beats.