Gallagher's Guest House
Saturday, May 27
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Holiday Saturday Featuring Rock Groove: Gallagher's Guest House / From College Park, MD, Box Era / Paige Koehler and special guests.
The Bunks
Sunday, May 28
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Holiday Sunday Rock Show: The Bunks (EP Release Show) / Deaf Rhino / Ernest / Littlebear.
Deviate the Plan
Tuesday, May 30
Doors 7:30pm, $8
Rock Heavy: From Tampa Bay, FL, Deviate the Plan and special guests.
Gardenstatehiphop.com Presents New Jersey Live 2
Wednesday, May 31
Doors 7:00pm, $10
Rock Grooves: Gardenstatehiphop.com presents New Jersey Live 2 a concert series showcasing emerging hip-hop artists from New Jersey. #NJLive2 will feature Avery Rose Puryear, Solo For Dolo, New Star, Dane The Beautiful Monster, OFFTOP, and Joe College. Hosted by Garden State Hip-Hop's Rodney C. with djRonnyRayz bringing the vibe.
Shane Mauss
Thursday, June 1
Doors 7:30pm, $15/$20
The Saint Presents Comedy feat. From Los Angeles, CA, Shane Mauss / Joe McAndrew / JC Hendricks. "A Good Trip" 100 City Tour comedy show about psychedelics and special guests.

A NEARLY 2 HOUR LONG SOLO COMEDY SHOW ABOUT PSYCHEDELICS.

A GOOD TRIP is a stand-up comedy show about psychedelics. Shane Mauss has too many credits to name. Since winning HBO's Comedy Arts Festival "Best Stand up Comic" Award, he's gone on to be a favorite on Conan, Jimmy Kimmel, Comedy Central, Netflix, and Showtime. His latest album, 'My Big Break,' debuted at #1 on the iTunes comedy chart and now he's diving into a brand new hour about one of his admittedly controversial lifelong passions: psychedelics.

A self-described insane teenager, Shane seems to have done every drug he could get his hands on while constantly in trouble with the law. Since then, however, he's gone from barely getting a high school diploma to interviewing the top scientists in the world about the meaning of life on his hit podcast 'Here We Are' while headlining comedy clubs all over the world. Throughout all of this there appears to have been only one constant in Shane's life: TRIPPING BALLS.

Take a journey down the rabbit hole for some deep, authentic laughs about mushrooms, LSD, DMT and more. Shane will question our fickle perceptions, share personal experiences, explore the history of psychedelics and modern scientific research. All with a lot of laughs and a whole lot of weird in one of the most unique and thought-provoking shows you will ever see.

NOTE: No prior drug experience is required to enjoy this show. It will be entertaining and educational for all.

WARNING: This show is about PSYCHEDELICS! It's about learning about ourselves and looking at life differently. If you are a fan of meth, heroin, or any other idiotic drug like that, this show will probably only make you feel worse about yourself than you likely already do.

FINALLY: To answer your question, no! Shane will not actually be on drugs during the actual performance, mostly because tripping at work is a waste of good drugs. But regardless, we're all going to have a good trip.

Summer Kickoff All Metal Birthday Bash
Friday, June 2
Doors 6:00pm, $10
Rock Heavy: "Summer Kickoff All Metal Birthday Bash" Hosted by We Our War and Zenergy Entertainment Group Feat. Tolliver Franklin Project (11:15) / Common Wealth (10:15) / Ryder (9:30) / Circuitry (8:45) / The Inversion Circus (8pm) / Know Your Enemy (7:15) / Flatleaver (6:30).

A two-day metal birthday celebration for Chris Scherzinger and Chris Homeny - feel free to cll it Fatass Fest for short! Featuring some local favorites, friends from out of town and a special set from TOLLIVER FRANKLIN PROJECT featuring TC Tolliver of the The PLASMATICS.

Summer Kickoff All Metal Birthday Bash
Saturday, June 3
Doors 3:30pm, $10
Rock Heavy: "Summer Kickoff All Metal Birthday Bash" Hosted by We Our War and Zenergy Entertainment Group Feat. Metal Life Crisis (10:45) / Negative Sky (10pm) / Scars Of Envy (9:15) / Legion (8:30) / Throwdown Synicate (7:45) / Dead City Crown (7pm) / Robots and Monsters (6:15) / We Our War (5:30) / Me With Creeps (4:45) / 609 (4pm).

A two-day metal birthday celebration for Chris Scherzinger and Chris Homeny - feel free to cll it Fatass Fest for short! Featuring some local favorites, friends from out of town and a special set from TOLLIVER FRANKLIN PROJECT featuring TC Tolliver of the The PLASMATICS.

Slow Caves
Monday, June 5
Doors 7:30pm, $5
Low Dough Show Rock: From Denver, CO, Slow Caves (Old Flame Records, the band who offer a relaxed and surf-y update on 80's synth, 90's jangle, and early aught's indie rock.) and special guests.
Moonrise Nation
Wednesday, June 7
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock Indie Folk: From Chicago, IL, Moonrise Nation (A young fresh ensemble with a pop sensibility, the girls speak for an upcoming generation. As musicians and writers, they craft songs that are anchored in alternative folk with meaningful lyrics and deliver with compelling stage presence in their live shows.) and special guests.

At turns ethereal and powerful, Moonrise Nation - releasing their debut album, Glamour Child, on July 28 - create aural experiences that pulse from ear to heart. The Americana-pop trio of keyboardist Arden Baldinger, cellist Eva Baldinger, and guitarist Emma McCall (all share songwriting and vocal duties) hails from Oak Park, Illinois, also home to Ernest Hemingway and Frank Lloyd Wright. Like those kindred spirits, their storytelling begins in a very personal place, but is always sculpted into something universal. Its first single is the title track, about a toxic relationship, which has already tallied more than a half-million streams. A vivid, sonically ambitious time capsule of the trio's growth from teenagers to adulthood, Glamour Child captures the vertiginous, Millennial high-lows of self-confidence and doubt, happiness and practicality, innocence and reality.

Dustin Arbuckle & The Damnations
Thursday, June 8
Doors 7:30pm, $10/$13
Rock Blues: From Wichita, KS, Dustin Arbuckle & The Damnations (Frontman of Moorland & Arbuckle) and special guests.
Disorder
Friday, June 9
Doors 7:00pm, $12/$15
Rock/Post Punk: Disorder (A Tribute to the Sounds Of Joy Division, 10:30) / From NYC, The Ritualistic (11:45) / New Politicians (9:30) / Cadillac Plan (8:30) / Scarlet Night (7:30).
Strange Eclipse
Saturday, June 10
Doors 1:00pm, $12
All Age Matinee Feat. Rock: Strange Eclipse / The Dead Flowers / More Than Acquaintance and special guests.
The Billy Walton Band
Saturday, June 10
Doors 7:30pm, $12/$15
UMT and The Saint present The Billy Walton Band (Premiering their new album "Soul of a Man") with very special guests Colossal Street Jam + Strumberry Pie.

There was a time when the Jersey Shore represented the best in American entertainment. Count Basie, Lionel Hampton, the Rat Pack, Dick Clark, Chubby Checker, they all made stops on the Jersey Shore. Tony Mart's was the club Levon Helm was playing when Dylan called. Of course we all know what happened in Asbury Park. The town, ravaged by riots in the late '60s, became a melting pot of musical experimentation. Late night jams that ended when the sun came up were the norm. Bruce Springsteen & Southside Johnny were the two acts that made their way to an international stage from these humble beginnings.

For decades musicians have come and gone, always hoping to make a living and pursue a dream. Billy Walton is no different. Billy's proving ground was Long Beach Island. There he was chaperoned from gig to gig by his Mom, two young to drive around and enter the clubs on his own. He was always up for a jam and looking to learn some new tricks. For years Billy spent his time sharpening his skills, developing his stage act until he decided to step to center stage with the Billy Walton Band. The band has focused its effort in Europe. 20 tours since 2007 have established the group in the fertile British Blues Rock scene.

In 2010 Billy got the call to join with one of the masters of the Asbury Park sound, Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes. For years Billy toured with the Jukes. Most people don't know that the creative force behind Southside was none other than Little Steven. A highpoint in Billy's tenure with the Jukes was when they recorded a live version of Southside's interpretation of the classic Little Steven album, Men Without Women, with Little Steven performing in the band!

This show will present the Billy Walton Band with horns, organ, keys, and kazoo! It's a can't-miss show as the band will be presenting its new release, Soul Of A Man, for the Asbury Park scene. Recorded in Hawaii and Philadelphia these new songs represent 10 years of hard work and development.

Griffin House
Sunday, June 11
Doors 7:00pm, $22/$25
Acoustic: Asbury Cafe Presents From Nashville, Griffin House (New Release "So On and So Forth" Out Now. If you are looking to be blown away by raw talent, then look no further than Griffin House.) / From Dallas, TX, Vanessa Peters.

Asbury Cafe - This Is A Seated No Talking During The Performances. Coffee / Tea Served All Night Long, Oh Yeah, Beer And Spirits Will Be Served All Night Long.

Little Stranger
Thursday, June 15
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint & ElmThree Present Rock Groove: From Charleston, SC/Philly, Little Stranger (With influences from artists such as Beck, Gorillaz, and Outkast, Little Stranger combine melodic songwriting with hip-hop-inspired lyricism and production, creating a sound that slips into your subconscious after one listen!) and special guests.
The Double Negatives
Friday, June 16
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock: The Double Negatives (This ragged outfit looks out at the world and helps guide the audience into seeing what is really out there.) / RFA / Jean Pool.
River Whyless
Monday, June 19
Doors 7:30pm, $12/$15
Rock: From Asheville, NC, River Whyless (This band is an amalgamation of folk and pop and beyond. Brilliant harmonies and words. An abundance of talent from this Asheville band.) and special guests.
Parker Gispert
Wednesday, June 21
Doors 6:30pm, $10/$13
(Early Show) Acoustic: Asbury Cafe Presents From East Nashville, Parker Gispert (Lead singer and guitar man from rock band The Whigs).

Asbury Cafe - This Is A Seated No Talking During The Performances. Coffee / Tea Served All Night Long, Oh Yeah, Beer And Spirits Will Be Served All Night Long.

Richard Barone and Ricky Byrd
Thursday, June 22
Doors 7:30pm, $15
(Early Show) Rock Acoustic: From NYC, Richard Barone (From The Bongos, "Sorrows & Promises: Greenwich Village in the 1960s" on CD - Limited Edition Out Now) & From NYC, Ricky Byrd (Joan Jett / Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee, on at 8pm) and special guests.
Black Pussy
Thursday, June 22
Doors 10:00pm, $12
(Late Show) From Portland, OR, Black Pussy (Black Pussy is a group of Rock n' Roll pot-smoking fun-loving long hairs that are passionate about art, creativity and the dynamic human spirit which refuses to submit. We encourage everybody* to take the ride with us.) and special guests.
The Shady Street Show Band
Friday, June 23
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock Groove: The Shady Street Show Band (Where there is a stage that is in desperate need of a theatrical soul injection, there is the Shady Street Show Band.) / From Miami, FL, Electric Kif and special guests.
The Holdup
Saturday, June 24
Doors 7:30pm, $13/$15
Rock Groove: From California, The Holdup (A Reggae band with heavy influences in the genres of Hip Hop and Pop) and special guests.
Daniel Amato & the Sentimental Gentleman
Wednesday, June 28
Doors 7:30pm, $8
Rock: Daniel Amato & the Sentimental Gentleman (Homecoming EP Release Show) / The Carousers and special guests.
Bumpin Uglies
Thursday, June 29
Doors 7:30pm, $12
Rock Groove: From Maryland, Bumpin Uglies / Psychotic Submarines / Overmind and special guests.
BJ Barham
Friday, June 30
Doors 6:30pm, $15/$17
(Early Show) BJ Barham (of American Aquarium, Solo Show) and special guests.
Val Emmich and The Veeries
Saturday, July 1
Doors 7:30pm, $10/$12
Rock: Val Emmich and The Veeries (Val Emmich CD Release & Book Party, New EP entitled "The Reminders" and Book Release entitled "The Reminders," both will be available at the show.) / The Roaches of Red Bank and special guests.
Three Date Theory
Sunday, July 2
Doors 7:00pm, $5
Low Dough Show Featuring Rock Punk: Three Date Theory and special guests.
The Homeless Gospel Choir
Thursday, July 6
Doors 7:30pm, $8
Rock Indie: ManDancing / From Pittsburgh, PA, The Homeless Gospel Choir and special guests.
The Kickback
Friday, July 14
Doors 7:30pm, $12
Rock: From Chicago, IL, The Kickback (The Kickback immediately enters the front ranks of contemporary rock 'n' roll with WEDDINGS & FUNERALS, a furious, exhilarating, and deeply emotional collection that somehow captures all of the shared experiences bring us together - joy and sorrow, unity and separation, love and hate, life its own self.) and special guests.
The Elovaters
Monday, July 17
Doors 7:00pm, $10/$13
Reggae: From Boston, MA, The Elovaters (They've been bringing their distinctive beach Reggae sound to fans and music lovers up and down the East Coast.) and special guests.
Amy Black
Wednesday, July 19
Doors 6:30pm, $13/$15
(Early Show) Rock Soul: From Nashville, TN, Amy Black (A Memphis Music Revue: An evening of Memphis blues, soul & rock 'n roll. Release Date: June 2.) and special guests.

"What Makes a Man" Live Recording Video From New CD, "Memphis":

Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams
Saturday, July 22
Doors 6:30pm, $20/$25
(Early Show) Rock: From Woodstock, NY, Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams (The First Couple Of Americana - Full Band Show).
The Van Pelt
Saturday, July 22
Doors 10:00pm, $13
(Late Show) Rock Indie: From New York, The Van Pelt ("Sultans of Sentiment" and "Stealing From Our Favorite Thieves" remastered reissues out on May 12th, 2017) and special guests.
Deltaphonic
Sunday, July 23
Doors 7:00pm, $10
Rock Jam: From New Orleans, LA, Deltaphonic / UFOTOFU and special guests.
Dalton Deschain & the Traveling Show
Wednesday, July 26
Doors 7:30pm, TBA
Low Dough Show Feat: Rock: From NYC, Dalton Deschain & the Traveling Show (Fast, loud and gruff 'circus punk') / Tango Machina / Little Vicious and special guests.
Shagwuf
Thursday, July 27
Doors 7:30pm, $5
Low Dough Show Featuring Rock: From Charlottesville, VA, Shagwuf / Accidental Seabirds / Paper Jets and special guests.
Stick Men
Sunday, August 13
Doors 7:30pm, $25/$30
Prog Rock Legends: From Woodstock, NY, Stick Men Featuring King Crimson Members Tony Levin, Pat Mastellotto and Markus Reuter and special guests.
Vaporeyes
Wednesday, August 16
Doors 7:00pm, $10
Rock Groove: From Syracuse, NY, Vaporeyes and special guests.
The Daniel Green Show
Sunday, October 15
Doors 6:30pm, $10
Rock: From Tel Aviv, Israel, The Daniel Green Show (Green uses a lot his Fuzz box and overderive pedal to light up his collection of Fender Stratocasters.) and special guests.
The Bunks
The Holdup
Amy Black