Jim Volk artfully incorporates traditional finger-style and electric guitar techniques and devises for a truly “Modern Acoustic” presentation while keeping the traditional essence intact.
Fox N Hounds keeps the laments and ballad’s of Bluegrass music, but also brings a lively addition. It's Bluegrass music of the now. Songs from the hills and from the city -- full of excitement and adventure, love and despair, and even unhealthy appetites.
Join us for Mingo, an alt-country favorite from Columbus, Ohio! We'll share a few of their songs in the days leading up to their show so stay tuned. Stop by for great music, made from scratch pizza, craft beer and local wines and ciders.
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The Drifter Kings are a contemporary blues band coming to us from Deleware, Ohio. Expect original and creatively arranged blues classics in a wide range of styles from Piedmont to Delta to Chicago.
Ohio born-and-bred musician, Matt Monta, performs original music threaded by folk, blues, and American rock influences.
The team of artists and instructors from Spirited Creations will walk you through a new special painting step by step! This snowman advent calendar with a movable burlap carrot nose created by local artist and Spirited Creations co-owner, Carrie Turner, will blow you away - so fun, cute, unique and creative! Exclusive copyright design of Carrie Turner/Spirited Creations.
All supplies are provided. The $35 cost of the party does include one glass of beer or wine (or a non-alcoholic beverage). The event will be held in the party room at Weasel Boy Brewing. We have beer that's made on site, local wines, craft ciders, kombucha, meat and cheese trays, made from scratch pizzas, gluten free options, soups, and salads. Please note that the $10 deposit that holds your seat is non-refundable in the case that you are unable to attend.
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plus $25.00 at the door
The Devil Doves are riding the success of their self-titled debut record, released on the DIY label Mingo Town Music, and are branching out from their usual garage sale and grocery store gig. Fronted by Junior Kauffman’s rough vocals and insightful lyrics, and backed the uptempo and aggressive styles of Kyle “Headband” Davis on the cajon and Rico “Thunderstorm” Nassau on the bass, the Devil Doves have become a favorite within the Columbus scene. With the addition of Jeff “Pretty Fingers” Straw on the keys and the occasional guest appearance of So Long Stargazer’s Kristin Green on backing vocals, the double D’s continue to build a fan base throughout Ohio and beyond with their energetic live performances and creative songwriting.
Performing together since 1967, The Sticks and Stones feature spot-on instrumentation and soaring harmonies in light rock classics from the 60's-90's. Join us for great music, made from scratch pizza, and a wide variety of craft beer, local wines and hard ciders. Cheers!
Tap into your inner artist with fine craft beer, great food, and creative company. Make a paint chip greeting card to give to a loved one this holiday with the guidance and support of local artist Carrie Turner.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.
Calling all comedians, musicians, poets, writers, and performers of any kind to join us every third Thursday for our monthly open mic, hosted by Nathan Zangmeister of The Wayfarers and Two by Two. Stop in for a night of great local music, made from scratch pizza and craft beer.
The Duo-Jetts are Michelle and Misty…add in Jeff and you’ve got The Trio-Jetts! They cut their teeth together as musicians, vocalists and songwriters and are performing together as this ultra-sonic three piece. Retro Rock, Pop and Soul. Oldies, 80s, fun pop with a lot of moxy and sense of humor. Either acoustic or electric, their stripped approach to delivering a tune is evocative, sexy, sweet, fun, refined and raw all at once.
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.