The Lovers formed in early 2015 by prolific singer/songwriter Marjorie Bledsoe. Bass player Jon Lattier of The Almighty Get Down, percussionist Kristin Agee of Us, Today, and the most recent addition of Mike Bustamante on lead guitar make up the band. Their debut album, which was recorded in Nashville, TN by producer Dan Agee, will be released in March 2017.
Join us for Putnam Hop, where you can come and enjoy all that Putnam has to offer with food and drink specials at local restaurants, art displays, live music, and more.
We'll have kick things off at 6pm with an Ice Cream Social, featuring Tom's Ice Cream paired with our beer, and live music by Jeff Grable starting at 8pm! Stroll down to check out the community garden at Restoration Park Zanesville while you're here.
Increase Mathews House will host garden tours and music by The Regulars. It's located at 304 Woodlawn Avenue. Stay tuned for updates on participating businesses and organizations.
Music has always been a part of Jeff Grable's life and he has been a working musician since he was a teenager, performing with several popular bands over much of the U.S. Since 2009 Grable has focused his talents on being a solo acoustic artist. He has four independently released solo albums to his credit and his latest album, "Old Familiar Place", is available now. As a performer Grable has been influenced by a broad spectrum of rock, blues and early country, giving his music a flavor all it's own.
Join local artist, Dan Towning, at this fun make-and-take raku night! Admission is $25 and includes a holiday tree ornament decorated by you! Dan will guide you through the process of glazing your piece and will fire it in his on-site kiln so you can take it home at the end of the evening.
Pre-registration and payment are required prior to the event and can be done at Weasel Boy Brewing.
Having been called a “wonderful composer” and “sophisticated player” as well as “one of the most unique guitar voices to emerge over the last decade”, Brandon Coleman is the Midwest’s foremost jazz guitarist. Stop by for smooth jazz and local craft beer!
Join us at The Weasel for the music stylings of Reid Coleman and Greg Shively! They'll bring acoustic and classic rock tunes to live with their performance and it's one you definitely don't want to miss!
Through the years the sibling duo of Andy and Chris Shaw have established themselves as a force to be reckoned with taking their emotionally driven sibling harmony folk music all over Ohio and the country. In October 2012 they released their first self titled LP. The disc features the brothers playing every instrument including bass guitar, acoustic guitar, drums, violin, djembe, and ukulele. With this method, their first full length culminates in a sound that is truly their own.
Tap into your inner artist with fine craft beer, great food, and creative company. Create colorful ceramic tile/coaster art with the guidance and support of local artist Carrie Turner. We'll use Sharpies and rubbing alcohol to see what fun swirly designs we can make and take home. This outreach event is for all adults 21 and up with any/no art experience and free of charge! Art on Tap is sponsored and supported by the Zanesville Museum of Art, Ohio Arts Council, and Weasel Boy Brewing.
While much of their repertoire is drawn from the Appalachian tradition they revere, The Wayfarers fuse tight musicianship - centered largely by the fiddle - with the high energy that characterized early mountain music. Their spirited approach to live performance is infectious, and people of all ages are drawn in to the sounds of thumping washtub bass, driving guitars, sawing fiddles, and rich harmonies.
Join us every third Thursday for our monthly open mic night with host, Nathan Zangmeister of The Wayfarers and Two by Two. Join us for a night of great music, made from scratch pizza and craft beer.
Mill Street Blues, an acoustic blues trio that feeds the soul! The brewery opens up at 4pm for craft beer and pizza, and the music starts at 8pm. No cover.
The band’s infectious energy and musical interplay routinely attract listeners that are admittedly more accustomed to lyric-based music. With great melodic sensibilities, rhythmic experimentation and an accessible modern edge, the Dirk Quinn Band is jazz/funk improvisation at its most exciting!
As always, we're excited to have this Columbus, Ohio based band back on our stage. Erika Hughes & The Well Mannered helps define what “Americana” music is. Their sound is a distinctive combination of rock, country, blues and bluegrass that delightfully appeal to the senses. You can’t help dancing or tapping a toe to this gritty, foot-stomping sounds.
John Henry and The Rainmakers started out as a R&B quartet focusing on original music with great covers. The latest edition includes the addition of a horn section. Change is constant as the band grows so turn and face the change you rock and rollers!
Kick back this weekend with guitar driven original songs and arrangements in various eclectic styles utilizing slide and open tunings by Al Smyth's Free Beer and Chicken Coalition starting at 8PM!