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The Fools Ball
Wednesday, April 1
7pm, $10
Artists For Change Presents: "The Fools Ball" Featuring A Charity Masquerade Ball To Benefit Garden State Equality Featuring Poetry, Music, And A Costume Contest. / Bone And Marrow (Band) / Linette Reeman (Poet) / Albert Smith (Poet) / More Bands, Poets And An Open Mic, Proceeds From Cut Of The Door To Benefit Garden State Equality. Garden State Equality Will Be In House. Hosted by AFC cofounders Justin William Roberts & Joshua J. Ballard.
Crobot
Thursday, April 2
7pm, $15
Rock: The Saint & Zenergy Entertainment Present From Pottsville, PA, Crobot (Wind-up Records) / Only Living Boy / Gran Marquis and special guests.
This show takes place at The Brighton Bar. The Brighton Bar is located at 121 Brighton Ave., Long Branch, NJ. 18 To Enter, 21 To Drink. Phone: 732 229-9676.
Lakehouse Music Academy
Thursday, April 2
8pm, Free!
Lakehouse Music Academy Adult Rock Class Takes Over Our Historic Stage, Come Check Out The Future Bands Of Our Already Rich History Of Local Artists, This Is A Free Show, Come Out And Support The Future Bands Of Asbury Park, Mid-Semester Gig.
$3 PBR Drafts & Miller High Life Bottles. Lakehouse Music Academy is located at 619 Lake Ave., Asbury Park, 732.455.5462, www.LakehouseMusicAcademy.com.
FORTUNATE YOUTH
Friday, April 3
7:30pm, $15
Fri Apri 3 Rock Groove: "Don't Think Twice Spring Tour" Featuring: From South Bay LA, California, Fortunate Youth / From Kaneohe, HI, Hirie / From Atlantic City, NJ, SensaMotion / Eastbourne.
The Harmaleighs
Saturday, April 4
6pm, $12
(Early Show) Asbury Cafe Show: Acoustic: From Nashville, TN, The Harmaleighs / Matt McCloskey and special guests.
Asbury Cafe - This Is A Seated No Talking During The Performances. Coffee / Hot Cider / Tea Served All Night Long, Oh Yeah, Beer And Spirits Will Be Served All Night Long.
Bounders
Saturday, April 4
Bounders
10pm, $10
(Late Show) Rock: Bounders / Prehistoric Forest and special guests.
Morningside Lane
Monday, April 6
7:30pm, $5
Brittney On Fire Presents Rock: Morningside Lane (10:45) / Gravity Calls (9:45) / Debt League (8:45) / Spiral Scar (7:45).
Julian Fulton
Tuesday, April 7
6:45pm, $10
Asbury Cafe Presents "The Early Spring Acoustic Festival 2015" Feat. Julian Fulton (Performing Songs From His New EP Release "Reverie," 9:15) / Relms (Featuring Joe Rocco Miller, 10pm) / Bobby Mahoney (8:30) / Geena Alessia Buono (7:35) / Candace Schur (7pm) / Fun While You Wait (10:40).
Asbury Cafe - This Is A Seated No Talking During The Performances. Coffee / Hot Cider / Tea Served All Night Long, Oh Yeah, Beer And Spirits Will Be Served All Night Long.
The Bastard Suns
Wednesday, April 8
7pm, $10/$12
Rock: From Atlanta, The Bastard Suns (They have always set themselves apart by seamlessly blending their primary influences - punk, ska, bluegrass, folk and reggae.) / From Annapolis, MD, Bumpin Uglies / Psychotic Submarines and special guests.
Jimkata
Thursday, April 9
7:30pm, $12
Phanphest & The Saint Present: Rock Groove: From Ithaca, NY, Jimkata (Check Out Their New Release, "Remix IN Light".) / From Northhampton, MA, Mammal Dap and special guests.
Dash Rip Rock
Thursday, April 9
7:30pm, $13
Rock at The Brighton Bar: The Saint & The Brighton Bar Present From New Orleans, Dash Rip Rock (SPIN praises Dash Rip Rock as "undeniably the South's greatest rock band." In 2012 Dash Rip Rock was honored to be inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame.) / The Trash Mavericks and special guests.
This show takes place at The Brighton Bar. The Brighton Bar is Located at 121 Brighton Ave. 18 To Enter, 21 To Drink. Phone: 732 229-9676.
Turbo Fruits
Friday, April 10
7:30pm, $12
Rock: From Nashville, TN, Turbo Fruits (They have made their name with notoriously wild live shows and frenetic rock songs about girls, drugs and frying their brains.) / Dentist / The Ocean Heirs and special guests.
Saturday, April 11
Asbury Park Music in Film Fest
9:30pm,
(Early Show) Asbury Park Music in Film Fest (Downtown Day Pass Good for Day And Evening Shows).

10am-12:00pm (Feature Film) "Booze Boys & Brownies"

1:00-3:00pm (Asbury Park's Own Music Video Block) Feat. "George Perris - I Will Wait For You" / "Dana Marie - Counting Pennies" / "Stringbean & The Stalkers - Only Human" / "The Brigantines - Ray-Bans" / "Seaside Caves - Silent Signal" / "The Battery Electric - Dead Man’s Trunk" / "Homeless Apians - Crickets in the Cold" / "Bring Em Home - Quincy Mumford & The Reason Why"

3:30-4:45 (Music Documentary): "Calm Before The Storm" with Director Q&A, Directed by Kyle Mumford

Sat April 11 Evening Schedule

6:00-8pm "The Last Playlist" with Performance by Mason Reed

6:00-7pm "The Last Playlist" (Feature Film), Directed by Matthew Arnold

7:00-8pm From Tucson, AZ, Mason Reed (Performance)

10:30-10:40 We Used To Cut The Grass (Video) "Tango" Directed by Cody McCorry

10:40- 11:40 We Used To Cut The Grass (Performance)

11:40-12AM Karmic Juggernaut "Transgressions" (Directed By JR Skola, Music Video)

12:00-1:30 Karmic Juggernaut (Performance)

Rod Picott
Tuesday, April 14
7pm, $15
Asbury Cafe Presents: Acoustic Rock: From Nashville, TN, Rod Picott / From Austin, TX, Jess Klein / From Nashville, TN, Korby Lenker / Bri LoBue.
Asbury Cafe - This Is A Seated No Talking During The Performances. Coffee / Hot Cider / Tea Served All Night Long, Oh Yeah, Beer And Spirits Will Be Served All Night Long.
Wednesday, April 15
New Kingston
7pm, $15
Roots Reggae: From Brooklyn, NY, New Kingston (Easy Star Records, New Release on Jan. 27 With Guest Appearances By members of Tribal Seeds, Hawaiian singer-songwriter Kimie Miner, Sister Carol, The Wailing Souls, and the late, great reggae legend Sugar Minott.) and special guests.
Uncle Ebenezer
Friday, April 17
7:30pm, $10
The Saint And Phanphest Present Rock Jam: From Brooklyn, NY, Uncle Ebenezer, a Tribute To Phish / From Brooklyn, NY, Ukelelian (Is The Galaxy's First Rock'n'Roll Ukulele Band.) and special guests.
Cabinet
Saturday, April 18
8pm, $15
Rock Grass: From Scranton, PA, "An Evening With" Cabinet (Their live shows are inclusive, celebratory, and community-building. Everyone will want to get on the wagon with Cabinet.)
Cabinet
Sunday, April 19
8pm, $15
Rock Grass: From Scranton, PA, "An Evening With" Cabinet (Their live shows are inclusive, celebratory, and community-building. Everyone will want to get on the wagon with Cabinet.)
Lazyeyes
Monday, April 20
7:30pm, $10
Rock Indie: From Brooklyn, NY, Lazyeyes (Check Out "Islip," the new single off their new sophomore EP New Year - out now!) and special guests.
Eliot Lewis
Tuesday, April 21
Eliot Lewis
7pm, $20
Rock: From Norwalk, CT, Eliot Lewis (A Current Member of Daryl Hall & John Oates And A Featured Musician On The TV Show “Live At Daryl's House" On The Palladia Cable Channel. Also, Eliot Is The Former Lead Singer From The Average White Band, 1989-02).
Joe Grushecky & Ed
Friday, April 24
7:30pm, $20
UMT And The Saint Present Rock Acoustic: From Pittsburgh, PA, Joe Grushecky & Ed "Kingfish" Manion / Opener: Steve Reilly.
Pittsburgh native, Americana singer/songwriter JOE GRUSHECKY and E Street Band horn section sax man EDDIE "KINGFISH" MANION bring their "project" to THE SAINT for a unique "Up Close and Personal" evening of music.
Slim Chance & The Gamblers
Saturday, April 25
7:30pm, $10
Rock: Slim Chance & The Gamblers / Citizen Band Radio and special guests.
Monday, April 27
"Behind Open Doors" Book Launch
7pm, $7
Submerged-I-Remain And Changing Atlas Publications Present "Behind Open Doors" Book Launch Party Featuring Poetry By: Chris Rockwell / Jerry Cupples / Janell Kastner / Jennifer Ranson / Jon Addams / Freddie Tucker IV / William Beck / Lauren Josephsen / Jake Megna / RWJM and more / Music By: Delf Ray / Paris Under Fire / Manda Morris.
Wray
Tuesday, April 28
7:30pm, $10
Rock Indie: From Birmingham, AL, Wray (Wray isn't afraid to revel in repetition, churning (like butter) confident, seamless grooves firmly in the tradition of NEU!, Faust, or Can.) and special guests.
The Funktion
Friday, May 1
10pm, $12
(Late Show) Rock Groove: The Funktion Band Dance Party (The Funktion has distinguished themselves from the rest by having a true sound by combining elements of Funk, R & B, Latin, and Soul.)
Ewan Dobson
Sunday, May 3
7pm, $15/$18
Asbury Cafe Presents: Acoustic Rock: From Toronto, Canada, Ewan Dobson (Bluegrass, Metal, Canadian folk, Techno, Trance, Video Game and Contemporary Fingerstyle music.) and special guests.
Asbury Cafe - This Is A Seated No Talking During The Performances. Coffee / Hot Cider / Tea Served All Night Long, Oh Yeah, Beer And Spirits Will Be Served All Night Long.
Caroline Rose
Tuesday, May 5
6:30pm, $12
Rock: From Burlington, VT, Caroline Rose (Performing Songs From Her New Release, "I Will Not Be Afraid".), and special guests.
Griffin House
Wednesday, May 6
7:30pm, $15
Rock: From Nashville, TN, Griffin House and special guests.
Arkells
Thursday, May 7
7:30pm, $15
Rock: From Hamilton, Canada, Arkells (They are a critically acclaimed rock 'n' roll band, known for their classic songwriting, electric live show, and workman like touring ethic.) / From NYC, Mainland and special guests.
The Baseball Project
Friday, May 8
7:30pm, $20
The Saint & UMT Presents Rock: The Baseball Project (5 Veteran Musicians 150 Years Of Baseball. The Possibilities Are Endless. Featuring Scott McCaughey, Steve Wynn, Linda Pitmon & Mike Mills) / From Seattle, The Minus Five and special guests.
Formed in 2007 by Scott McCaughey (Young Fresh Fellows, The Minus 5, R.E.M.) and Steve Wynn (The Dream Syndicate, Steve Wynn and the Miracle 3, Gutterball), The Baseball Project began as a way for a couple of fans to pay musical tribute to our national pastime - and maybe score some free baseball tickets in the process. But The Baseball Project has since blossomed into a full-fledged, much-loved band in its own right, one which currently includes drummer Linda Pitmon (Steve Wynn and the Miracle 3, Zuzu's Petals) and R.E.M.'s Peter Buck and Mike Mills on its official roster, and one whose following and creativity has steadily grown with each release and tour. Along with 17 ace new songs about baseball, 3rd also showcases the band's musical muscle in ways that 2008's Volume 1: Frozen Ropes and Dying Quails and 2011's Volume 2: High and Inside only hinted at.
Surfer Blood
Friday, May 15
8pm, $14
Rock: From West Palm Beach, FL, Surfer Blood (New Release "1000 Palms" out on Joyful Noise on May 12) and special guests.
Heather Maloney
Wednesday, May 20
7:30pm, $13/$15
Rock: From Northampton, MA, Heather Maloney (New Album "Making Me Break" Out April 28, Album Release Tour.) / Pepperwine.
Jon Herington Band
Saturday, June 6
7:30pm, $15
Rock: From NYC, Jon Herington Band (NYC guitarist and singer/songwriter Jon Herington, known for his work as touring and studio guitarist for Steely Dan.) / Stolen Rhodes and special guests.
Los Straitjackets
Tuesday, June 30
7:30pm, $16/$20
The Saint & UMT Presents Rock: From Nashville, TN, Los Straitjackets (On Yep Roc Records, World's Leading Practitioners Of The Guitar Instrumental.) and special guests.
No one equals the finesse and power of Los Straitjackets when it comes to delivering high-energy rock and roll instrumental music. Since first donning their trademark Lucha Libre masks before a record store appearance in 1994, the band has recorded 11 albums, played around the world, and never failed to inspire an audience to smile while rocking out. Mixing the familiar sounds of Dick Dale, Duane Eddy, and the Ventures, Los Straitjackets create their own version of energetic surf guitar twang, complete with Mexican wrestling masks. Los Straitjackets renewed their occasional commitment to "instrumental music with vocals" on the 2014 release Sings The Great Instrumental Hits, with Deke Dickerson (fittingly a man more celebrated as a guitarist than a singer) warbling little-heard lyrics to popular instrumental tunes, including "Pipeline," "Walk Don't Run," and "Honky Tonk."
Eric Lindell
Saturday, July 25
7:30pm, $20
The Saint & ElmThree Featuring: Rock Groove: From New Orleans, LA, Eric Lindell (New Release "The Sun and Sea" Drops On Earth Day April 22).
The Saint is 18 to enter 21 to drink with proper ID for all evening shows (unless otherwise noted).
All-age matinees shows are only on weekend afternoons.
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