Ecstatic Vision
Friday, February 15
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Carhart Presents from Philadelphia, PA, Ecstatic Vision / gods / From Philly, PA, Mohican / Career Opportunities.
Josh Zuckerman Band
Saturday, February 16
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint Presents Josh Zuckerman Band featuring Rock and Roll Hall of Famers bassist Gary Ryan and legendary drummer Thommy Price, both from Joan Jett and The Blackhearts (9pm) / Christine Martucci & The Band of Love (10:30pm) / The Dirty Shine (8pm).
A Nina Simone Tribute
Sunday, February 17
A Nina Simone Tribute
Doors 7:00pm, $10
Hip Hop Soul / Lifes A Movie Presents: A Nina Simone Tribute Featuring the Grandson of Nina Simone, Alexander Simone + Whodat with special guest Leah Jenea and Dres of Black Sheep / King Ramses / Rachel Ana Dobken / Fenix The Gypsy / Jermaine Holmes / Steeve Sam and DJ Skillz.
TV Afterlife
Monday, February 18
Doors 7:00pm, $5
Holiday Monday Low Dough Show feat. Rock Indie with TV Afterlife and special guests.
H.A.G.S. Comedy Show
Tuesday, February 19
H.A.G.S. Comedy Show
Doors 7:00pm, $10
H.A.G.S. The World's First Comedy Show Ever hosted by Joe McAndrew and JC Hendricks feat. Waldo Maldonado (Stress Factory), Ben Demarco (The Stand, NYC), Remy Kassimer (Netflix), Claire Parker (Sirius XM), Alex Nicholas (Wellmont Theater), Jimmie Allinder (Catch A Rising Star). Music from Latewaves.
Lily & Madeleine
Wednesday, February 20
Doors 7:30pm, $12/$15
The Saint Presents From Indianapolis, IN, Lily & Madeleine (New West Records - New Release on 1/25/19) and special guests The Well Wish.
Slippertails
Thursday, February 21
Doors 7:30pm, $8
The Saint Presents Slippertails (9pm) (A heavy punk rock band from Central New Jersey.) / Addict Static (8pm) and special guests TBA (10pm/11pm).
Charlie Mars
Friday, February 22
Doors 6:00pm, $20/$23
(Early Show) Asbury Cafe Presents Acoustic Rock feat. From Oxford, MS, Charlie Mars (Mars has come upon the ideal musical vehicle for his achingly soulful, Gram Parsons-like drawl and languorously meditative songs.) and special guests.

Mississippi-born singer/songwriter Charlie Mars is a country- and folk-inflected pop artist blessed with a warm vocal croon and a knack for crafting poignant, earthy songs. Born in 1974 in Laurel, Mississippi, Mars grew up listening to various styles of pop/rock, from Michael Jackson to the Violent Femmes. Just prior to his senior year of high school, Mars moved with his family to Jackson, Mississippi, where he attended Jackson Preparatory School and played in the band Adley Madidafus. After graduating high school in 1992, he attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. During this time, he began seriously pursuing a music career, often playing with fellow SMU student, singer/songwriter Jack Ingram. It was also while at SMU that Mars formed the Charlie Mars Band and released several albums, including 1995's Broken Arrow, 1997's Born & Razed, and 1999's End of Romance.

Along with this early success came a hard-partying lifestyle and taste for alcohol that found him disbanding his group and entering rehab for a month. In 2001, looking to start fresh, Mars moved to Sweden where began writing new material. Re-energized, he returned to the United States where he spent time in Austin, Texas and eventually released his 2004 self-titled album on V2 Records. After settling in New York City in 2008, he began work on what would eventually become his "Texas Trilogy." Recorded with producer Billy Harvey and a core group of musicians in Austin, the trilogy includes 2009's Like a Bird, Like a Plane and 2012's Blackberry Light. In 2014, Mars rounded out the trilogy with the release of his seventh studio album, the Harvey-produced Money. ~ Matt Collar, Rovi

Other Lovers
Friday, February 22
Doors 9:45pm, $10
(Late Show) The Saint Presents Other Lovers (11pm) / From New Brunswick, NJ, Rugburn (9:55pm) / Organic Sounds (Midnight) and special guests.
The VooDUDES
Saturday, February 23
Doors 5:30pm, $15/$20
(Early Show) The Saint Presents Asbury Park Mardi Gras Masquerade Ball Featuring The Voodudes (Their music cites a variety of influences, infusing Gulf Coast, Zydeco, Rock, Blues, Country and Honky-Tonk, at times creating a "JerZydeco" concoction.) and special guests.
Added Color
Saturday, February 23
Doors 9:45pm, $10
(Late Show) The Saint Presents From NYC, Added Color (An experimental kind of rock with exquisite and impeccable arrangements.) (11pm) / Casanovacaine (10pm) and special guests.
Colossal Street Jam
Sunday, February 24
Doors 5:00pm, $10
The Saint Presents Rock feat. Colossal Street Jam / Strumberry Pie / Resurrextion and special guests. A Fundraiser for "The Housewife Da Movie".

A Fundraiser for the movie "The Housewife Da Movie" ... Come for the great local music. Come for the fun of it. Come cause there is nothing else to do on a Sunday. Come for the meatballs! (Oh, yeah... there's gonna be meatballs). Come and be a part of the movie making process. Come and meet the cast. Just come and be a part of the Housewife familiga!

The Gabba Gools
Monday, February 25
The Gabba Gools
Doors 7:30pm, $5
The Saint Presents Low Dough Show feat. The Gabba Gools and special guests.
Pocket Vinyl
Tuesday, February 26
Doors 7:00pm, $8
The Saint Presents Acoustic Rock feat. From New London, CT, Pocket Vinyl (Their unique live show consists of Eric Stevenson slamming the piano while Elizabeth Jancewicz creates a painting on stage, which is then auctioned off to the highest bidder at every show. Every painting is 100% unique.) and special guests.
Cranston Dean
Wednesday, February 27
Doors 7:30pm, $5
The Saint Presents Low Dough Show feat. Cranston Dean and special guests.
Wild Moccasins
Thursday, February 28
Doors 7:30pm, $13/$15
The Saint Presents Rock Indie feat. From Houston, TX, Wild Moccasins (Wild Moccasins looks to the glamour and wide-eyed sincerity of new wave to make wildly charming pop music that examines our flaws and triumphs with shimmering guitars and pulsing synths.) and special guests Backhouse.
Little Vicious
Friday, March 1
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint Presents Rock feat. Little Vicious / Wetbrain / From Brooklyn, NY, Damn Jackals / The Barrbarians.
Kosha Dillz
Saturday, March 2
Doors 7:30pm, $12
The Saint Presents From Los Angeles, CA, Kosha Dillz (Best digested live, he is known for his hustle, but his rhymes are even doper.) / From New York, NY, Cook Thugless / Chris Rockwell / Experiment 34 and special guests.
FAVX
Monday, March 4
Doors 7:30pm, $8
Little Dickman Records & The Saint Present From Madrid, Spain, FAVX and special guests.
Bobby Mahoney And The Seventh Son
Friday, March 8
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint Presents Rock feat. Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son (Alt-Rock/Punk band from New Jersey who utilizes catchy choruses, loud guitars, and insightful lyrics in their energetic and explosive live show.) (10pm) / Outside Voices (9pm) / Idle Wave (8:30pm) / Finding Feebas (7:45pm) / Natalie Farrell (11:15pm).
The Burns
Saturday, March 9
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint Presents Rock feat. The Burns (Two Year Anniversary! Good boys playing rockin' tunes. Comprised of four Monmouth County natives, The Burns bring their spin of classic blues rock, that was punched in the nuts by the '90s, that then had a kid with that early 2000's alt-rock we all know and love.) / From Washington, DC, Of Tomorrow and special guests.
Pierce Turner
Sunday, March 10
Pierce Turner
Doors 2:30pm, $15/$20
(Early Show) From NYC/Ireland, Pierce Turner with Fred Parcells on vocals and trombone / From NYC, Avon Faire feat. John Rokosny on Irish drum and percussion and special guest.
Uncle Ebenezer
Saturday, March 16
Doors 10:30pm, $15
The Saint Presents Late Show Mike Gordon After-Party feat. From Brooklyn, NY, Uncle Ebenezer - A Tribute to Phish (They are four musicians and Phish fans who are dedicated to spreading the joy and excitement of the live Phish experience.)
Selwyn Birchwood
Thursday, March 21
Doors 7:00pm, $15/$20
The Saint Presents Rock Blues feat. From Tampa, FL, Selwyn Birchwood (Alligator Records Recording Artist, Blues fireball Selwyn Birchwood, a guitar and lap steel playing bundle of pure energy. He delivers his original songs with a revival tent preacher's fervor and a natural storyteller's charisma made all the more impactful by his raw, unvarnished vocals.) with special guests.
Kim Richey
Wednesday, April 10
Doors 6:30pm, $20/$25
(Early Show) Asbury Cafe Presents From Nashville, TN, Kim Richey (Part of what draws them to the dusky honey of her crystalline alto is the way she writes: to and from the soul, never flinching from the conflicts and crushing moments, yet always finding dignity and resilience.) and special guests.

An intimate, seated, no talking during the performances show.

Hollis Brown
Friday, April 12
Doors 5:30pm, $12/$15
The Saint Presents Rock feat. From NYC, Hollis Brown (The edgy, roots-rock indie band from Queens, NY, known for its adrenaline fueled performances.) / From Brooklyn, NY, Mail The Horse (A walking juxtaposition of outsider cosmic-country and psych-folk sounds and the concrete-laden cityscape of Brooklyn, a jalopy of a five-piece careening down a highway laid to waste.) and special guests.
Acid Mothers Temple
Sunday, April 21
Doors 7:00pm, $15
The Saint & Little Dickman Records Present From Los Angeles, CA/Japan, Acid Mothers Temple (Psychedelic Rock Krautrock Noise Folk Improv) / From Toronto, Canada, Yamantaka / Sonic Titan (Noh-Wave prog collective, a black-and-white (and sometimes red) theatre company, an operatic psych cult, rock band and the speculative prophets of humanity's impending doom.) and special guests.

Acid Mothers Temple is a Japanese psychedelic rock band, the core of which formed in 1995. The band is led by guitarist Kawabata Makoto and early in their career featured many musicians, but by 2004 the line-up had coalesced with only a few core members and frequent guest vocalists.

The band has released albums frequently on a number of international record labels as well as the Acid Mothers Temple family record label, which was established in 1998 to document the activities of the whole collective.

Kawabata initially formed Acid Mothers Temple (originally "Acid Mother's Temple") with the intention of creating "extreme trip music" by editing and dubbing previous recordings, being influenced by progressive rock, Karlheinz Stockhausen, and krautrock.

Ben Sparaco and The New Effect
Sunday, May 12
Doors 6:00pm, $10/$12
(Early Show) The Saint Presents From Nashville, TN, Ben Sparaco and The New Effect and special guests. On Sale Friday 2/15 at 10am.

Ben Sparaco and The New Effect is a genre-defying trio based out of Nashville, Tennessee. Led by young guitarist/singer/songwriter Ben Sparaco, the band features Adam Discipio and Anthony Quirk on bass and drums respectively. Between the three you an hear influences from modern indie rock, classic jam bands, Blue Note era jazz, and everything in between. Ben Sparaco and The New Effect formed in 2017 when Florida-born singer, songwriter, and guitarist began playing with drummer Anthony Quirk and bassist Adam Discipio. Now based in the flourishing musical oasis of Nashville, TN, Ben and the band have maintained a massive touring schedule, cutting their teeth playing coast to coast in clubs and festivals.

Sparaco spent his teen years making a name for himself in the jam scene of the southeast, playing with members of the Allman Brothers Band, Dead and Company, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and more before he had even turned 21. This included a touring stint in late Allman Brothers drummer Butch Trucks' band. After recording his 2016 release "Bring the Jubilee EP" with a Florida-based group of musicians, he moved to Nashville. There, he amassed a group of some of Nashville's finest to record his debut solo record "Wooden" with producer Ross Holmes (Mumford and Sons, Bruce Hornsby, Warren Haynes), which also featured a guest appearance from Luther Dickinson.

After finalizing The New Effect's powerful lineup with Berklee College of Music graduates Quirk and Discipio, Sparaco's songwriting started drifting from his southern rock roots, showing indie rock, new wave, and pop influences, evident on the EP "Greetings, from Ben Sparaco and The New Effect." Following this with the single "Scared of The Dark" in the fall of 2018, Sparaco and his band have earned glowing press reviews, further establishing themselves as up and comers to watch in the indie rock world.

Skinny Lister
Saturday, May 18
Doors 7:30pm, $15
The Saint/House of Independents (AP) Presents Rock: From London, England, Skinny Lister (New Tracks '38 Minutes' and album title track 'The Story Is...' OUT NOW ahead of the album release March 1.) and special guests. On Sale Friday Feb. 8 at 10am.