Respected critics have weighed in with early raves for esoteric rocker Rob Morsberger’s brilliant new CD ‘Ghosts Before Breakfast.’ In her USA TODAY Listen Up Music Pick, Elysa Gardner highlighted the mournful song “Cobblestones,” praising it as an “exquisitely plaintive postcard from a lonely foreigner." And, in his
expansive write-up via syndicated tastemaker outlet BLOGCRITICS, veteran critic Jack Goodstein said the album is nothing less than “true art.”

10th Annual Halloween Extravaganza

$10

Join us for a lively evening complete with rocking music, dancing, costumes, and - of course - lasers! The music of Lions of Mercury will get you out of your seat and jamming in your ridiculously awesome costume.

Costume contest prizes will be awarded for:

Best Couple,
Best Group (3 or more people),
Most Original,
Best Overall!

Come on down for an epic night of family-friendly revelry, and join the ghostly fun!

Goodnight Moonshine

$15 in advance; $20 at the door

When you first hear Goodnight Moonshine it brings a wave of nostalgia, conjuring teenage heartache- then perhaps a similar sensation to falling deeply in love. As the music fades you're left grappling with what it is to stay in love with something both beautiful and flawed. Courageous unveiling and depth of experience make the collaboration between married couple Molly Venter and Eben Pariser addictively captivating.

When you first hear Goodnight Moonshine it brings a wave of nostalgia, conjuring teenage heartache- then perhaps a similar sensation to falling deeply in love. As the music fades you're left grappling with what it is to stay in love with something both beautiful and flawed. Courageous unveiling and depth of experience make the collaboration between married couple Molly Venter and Eben Pariser addictively captivating.

8th Annual Halloween Extravaganza

$10 at the door

Join us for a lively evening complete with rocking music, dancing, costumes, and - of course - lasers! The music of Bison Cain & the Native Invaders will get you out of your seat and jamming in your ridiculously crazy costume.

Costume contest prizes will be awarded for:

Best Couple,
Most Original,
Best Overall Adult, and
Best Overall Youth!

Come on down for an epic night of family-friendly revelry, and join the ghostly fun!

7th Annual Halloween Extravaganza

$10 suggested donation

Join us for a lively evening complete with rocking music, dancing, costumes, and - of course - lasers! The music of Bison Cain, Mingoze Riff, and KBE & Friends will get you out of your seat and jamming in your ridiculously crazy costume.

Costume contest prizes for

  • Best Couple,
  • Best Use of a Household Appliance,
  • Best Overall Adult, and
  • Best Overall Youth!
  • And - heck - it's for a good cause! A $10 donation is suggested. Proceeds go to support Folkbike ReCyclery. Come on down for an epic night of family-friendly revelry!

    Advance sign-ups have closed for this event, but there is availability! Come on down to join the ghostly fun...

    Asheville, North Carolina's River Whyless is a band much like that titular body of water - a mingling of currents, a flow of time and physical space, all brought together in a murmuring sense of purpose. It is the expression of a group of musicians, three of which are songwriters, who have played together in various forms since their college days in the North Carolina mountains. Their forthcoming EP, their first release since their 2012 debut album, is the next evolution of the band's collective voice.

    Ben Sollee and Jordon Ellis

    $20

    Join us for this exciting POP UP CONCERT with Ben Sollee and Jordon Ellis.

    All chairs are reserved for this performance. There will be standing room. Additionally, a wait list has been formed in case of any reservation cancellations. Contact us and we will put you on the waiting list for a reserved seat. Please include your name, phone number, and number of people in your party.

    To give access to beautiful music to all in our community, we will reduce the $20 / person cover if needed. If you would like to be considered for a reduced price, please make that comment in your reservation.

    Scroll to the bottom of the page to sign up. We look forward to having you join us!


    About the artist:

    For a stalwart young artist who creates different means to an end, Ben Sollee has enjoyed a whirlwind year replete with remarkable success and warm, exciting music to match.

    Sollee hails from Kentucky, yet sounds nothing like the colloquial music one traditionally associates with the state (or anywhere else for that matter). He eschews traditional singer-songwriter and folk boundaries, choosing a cello rather than a guitar as his divining rod, and utilizing unique plucking and percussive bow techniques juxtaposed against his blue-eyed soul meets Antony Hegarty vocal leanings. Ben enjoys collaborating with musicians as disparate as Otis Taylor and Bela Fleck, touring with indie rock royalty, and covering Sam Cooke as an homage to blues. When he ventures out of Louisville, sometimes he'll just strap this cello to his back and ride his bike rather than enjoy the comforts of a van or bus, as he did on his southern trek in the summer of 2009 -- playing intimate shows in every town he hits between his larger headlining performances. Yes, Ben's always done things a bit differently.

    Beekeeper Jam Session

    No admission fee

    Join the Capital City Beekeepers Association as they celebrate the "Bee Friendly Frankfort" weekend with a rocking jam session! There is no admission fee, and seating is first come, first serve. The jam will start at 7 pm. If you are a musician interested in participating, contact us.

    Rob Morsberger with Amelia White

    $10 (to be collected at door)

    Respected critics have weighed in with early raves for esoteric rocker Rob Morsberger’s brilliant new CD ‘Ghosts Before Breakfast.’ In her USA TODAY Listen Up Music Pick, Elysa Gardner highlighted the mournful song “Cobblestones,” praising it as an “exquisitely plaintive postcard from a lonely foreigner." And, in his
    expansive write-up via syndicated tastemaker outlet BLOGCRITICS, veteran critic Jack Goodstein said the album is nothing less than “true art.”

    "Ebullient choruses and complicated moods Literate verse and ravaged guitars and a level of composition and craftsmanship that brings to mind Lucinda Williams, Tom Petty, and Ryan Adams.” - Boston Globe

    "It's no wonder that Amelia White is being touted as the next Lucinda Williams…but White has her own strong songs, and strong style.” - Washington Post

    Perhaps her producer Marco Giovino explains Amelia’s music best: “How Van Gogh used canvas and paint to make his timeless masterpieces, Amelia uses lyric and melody to create songs that will touch and leave a lasting impression on every mood you've ever felt.”

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