Animal Reporters
Thursday, April 27
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock Groove: From NYC, Animal Reporters / Good Luck Spaceman / The Berns (Formerly Splenderson) and special guests.
After The Burn
Friday, April 28
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock: After The Burn (CD Release Show, 10pm) / From Phily, Loafass (11:40) / Eastbourne (10:50) / Suspect (9:10) / The Executors (8:20) / Paul Mauled (8:15).
Colossal Street Jam
Friday, April 28
at The House Of Independents, 572 Cookman Ave, Asbury Park
Doors 7:30pm, $15/$20
Dark City Entertainment And The Saint Present A Celebration of Local Rock Guitarists: Featuring Colossal Street Jam (Feat. Sal Marra - Endorsed by Oriolo Guitars) / Kenny Dubman (Feat. Guitarist Kenny Dubman (Prophet/Edgar Cayce) - Debut Performance of His Full Band) / Frankenstein 3000 (Feat. Guitarist Tom Tafaro) / Keith Roth (DJ From Electric Ballroom And Sirius XM) / Bitter Crush (Feat. Lou Vigo) / Oriolo Marcus Guitar Giveaway.

First 50 people in receive free DR guitar strings. Hosted by Asbury Music Awards Best Comedian nominee Ryan Maher.

Union City Music Project
Saturday, April 29
Doors 1:00pm, $10/$12
(Early Show) Union City Music Project Benefit Concert Featuring Society Hill / Zoochie / The Nooks / Subway Babes / Incolor / Jake Tavill / Oliver's Wanderers.

To use music as a vehicle for social change by engaging Union City's at-risk children and youth in an afterschool program devoted to promoting arts appreciation, academic excellence, community awareness, and family involvement.

The Black Clouds
Saturday, April 29
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint and The Makin Waves 30th Anniversary Concert Series Presents A 50th Birthday Tribute to Nirvana's Kurt Cobain and a 50th Anniversary Tribute to The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band" album feat. performances by The Black Clouds / Experiment 34 / Wicked Hollow / Yorkshire Tenth.
Paige Koehler
Sunday, April 30
Doors 3:00pm, $8
(Early Show) Rock: Paige Koehler / The Walk Arounds and special guests.
Fortunate Youth
Sunday, April 30
at the Wonder Bar (Fifth and Ocean Avenues, Asbury Park, NJ)
Doors 7:00pm, $17/$20
Rock Groove: ElmThree Productions, The Saint and Flav RX Present From South Bay, CA, Fortunate Youth CD Release Tour / From Springfield, MO Josh Heinrichs & Skillinjah / Iya Terba / Live Art by Chris Morphis.
Lady Stevenson
Sunday, April 30
Doors 7:30pm, $5
Low Dough Show: Shut Up Evening Hosted by Lady Stevenson Feat. Warm Things (Dan Gagliardi and Melissa Jouben) / Christiniana Jackson / Mike Burry / Jordan Mangolna / Jack Stiger and more.
Baked
Tuesday, May 2
Doors 7:30pm, $5
Low Dough Show Rock Indie: The Saint & CoolDad Music Present From Brooklyn, NY, Baked (Exploding in Sound Records ) / Lost Boy ((Little Dickman Records) / From NYC, Uni (Feat. Members of The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, Rush and New York Dolls) and special guests.
Wednesday, May 3
The Berns
Doors 7:30pm, $5
Rock: Low Dough Show: The Berns / The Slims / Hendo / Dave Mooney.
Levy & The Oaks
Thursday, May 4
Doors 7:30pm, $5
Low Dough Show Rock: Levy & The Oaks (They mix clever witty lyrics, catchy spangled melodies, and engaging arrangements into a melting pot full of pop sensibility and grassroots rock & roll elements to deliver a unique and tasteful spin on a modern (and not so modern) culture.) and special guests.
Friday, May 5
Mikell's Plot
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock: Mikell's Plot (10:15) / Atomic Sky (9:15) / Leeds (12:15) / Stars Apart (11:15) / Complicated Matter (8:15).
Hollis Brown
Saturday, May 6
+ Special Guest Lost Leaders
Doors 7:30pm, $13/$15
UMT And The Saint Present Rock: From Queens, NY, Hollis Brown (The edgy, roots-rock indie band from Queens, NY, known for its adrenaline-fueled performances. New Single "Run Right To You" Out Now! Heard On 90.5 The Night) / From Brooklyn, NY, Lost Leaders (New Release Out Now! Heard On 90.5 The Night) and special guests.
The Whistles & The Bells
Sunday, May 7
Doors 6:30pm, $12
Rock: From Nashville, TN, The Whistle & The Bells (The Whistles & The Bells' debut effort won an impressive amount of attention for an indie release, leading to Simpson's current deal with New West Records, which gave the first album a national release and set the stage for Modern Plagues.) / Keith Egan and special guests.
Air Sex Tournament
Monday, May 8
Doors 7:00pm, $10
Comedy: Air Sex Tournament (Entering its ninth year as a nationally touring roadshow, Air Sex is the world's first SPART - a true marriage of sports and art. Each Air Sex show combines the pageantry and prestige of professional sports with the excitement and creativity of a first-rate talent competition. Think air guitar, but instead of pretending to play boring old music, 8pm) / Stand Up Comedy Show Hosted By James Weir (10pm).
The Dollyrots
Thursday, May 11
Doors 7:30pm, $13/$15
Rock: From Los Angeles, CA, The Dollyrots (A Rock n' Roll band from Los Angeles, CA) and special guests.
Centennials
Friday, May 12
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock: Centennials (Release Show Celebrating their new EP entitled "Fin") / Lowlight / Fun While You Wait / Casino Sundae / Black Spot Society.
The Bones Of LayLow Jones
Saturday, May 13
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock: The Bones Of LayLow Jones (Come Celebrate Kevin Kopack's Birthday Bash) and special guests.
Ubuntu
Monday, May 15
Doors 7:00pm, $8
Rock Groove: From Boston, MA, Ubuntu (Boston-based reggae/soul band that aims to promote unity and positive vibes to all people.) and special guests.
H.A.G.S. Comedy Show
Tuesday, May 16
H.A.G.S. Comedy Show
Doors 7:30pm, $5
H.A.G.S.: A Comedy Show: Feat. TBA, Hosted by Joe McAndrew & JC Hendricks.
Charlie Mars
Wednesday, May 17
Doors 7:30pm, $17/$20
Rock Acoustic: From Oxford, MS, Charlie Mars (New Album Release Show "Beach Town") and special guests.
The Wind + The Wave
Thursday, May 18
Doors 7:30pm, $12/$15
Rock: From Austin, TX, The Wind + The Wave (On Island Records, New Single Out Now "Grand Canyon" Listen Now) / From Los Angeles, CA, Justin Kawika Young / Seattle, WA, The Native Sibling.
Couple of Guys
Friday, May 19
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock: Couple of Guys (EP Release Party, 9:15) / Cardinals (8:15) / Taylor Cooke (7:45) / Until It Hurts (10:30) and special guests.
Perro Bravo
Saturday, May 20
Doors 7:30pm, $15
Rock Dub/Roots/Ska: From Long Beach, CA, Perro Bravo (Featuring guitarist and singer Michael "Miguel" Happoldt, we like to try and sound like an old school skunk sampler live.) / From Philadelphia, PA, McRad / Suspect / From Long Beach, NY, Groundswell LBNY.
David Dondero
Sunday, May 21
Doors 7:00pm, $10
Asbury Cafe Presents Featuring From Duluth, MN, David Dondero (NPR's All Songs Considered named David one of the "best living songwriters" alongside Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney and Tom Waits, 8:50) / Avery & The Man Devils (10pm) / Rick Barry (8pm) / From NYC, The Lords of Liechtenstein (7:15).

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.

Warm Things
Monday, May 22
Doors 7:30pm, $5
Low Dough Show Featuring Warm Things (Dan Gagliardi and Melissa Jouben) and friends perform a variety of sketches, stand up, music, and more! Performances by Warm Things / Jay Hernandez (UCB) / Heather Lowry (No Balls Allowed) / Cory Snearowski (Clickhole), Brendan O'Hare (Clickhole) and John Higgins (Ghostbusters) / Mark Henely (Pop-Break, Introducing... the First Apperance Podcast) / Alyssa Stevenson (Shut Up! An Evening with Lady Stevenson) / Jack Steiger (BBC) / Taylor Allen (Asbury Music Awards Best Comedian 2016). Music by Bone and Marrow / Prehistoric Forest / and special guests.
Shannon McNally
Tuesday, May 23
+ Special Guest Arlan Feiles
at The Watermark, 800 Ocean Ave., Asbury Park, NJ
Doors 7:00pm, $18/$22
UMT Presents and The Saint welcome Shannon McNally to The Watermark with special guest Arlan Feiles. Show 7:45pm.

With a time-stopping voice, born in New York but simultaneously roughed up and refined by New Orleans and Mississippi, Shannon McNally has cut a singular path through the musical landscape - one that includes a Grammy nomination and a place on the stage with a who's who of rock, country and soul: Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Bonnie Raitt, Vince Gill, Levon Helm, Dr. John, Bobby Rush, Derek Trucks, and most recently, Americana legend Rodney Crowell who took the producer's chair for her upcoming release on Compass Records, a collection of transcendent folk-blues and country-rock songs that are poised to solidify her place as a peerless Americana songwriter and performer.

"Only Gram Parsons' term "Cosmic American Music" begins to touch her mercurial, changeling roots aesthetic ... McNally is a Zen-like, post-Beat song poet." - Thom Jurek, All Music

Kitchen Dwellers
Wednesday, May 24
Doors 7:30pm, $10/$12
The Saint And ElmThree Presents The Saint's Rock Strings: From Bozeman, MT, Kitchen Dwellers ("Ghost in the Bottle" is the Kitchen Dwellers first album since their self-titled debut in 2013. It was produced by Andy Thorne of Leftover Salmon.) / Dark City Strings & Friends and special guests.
Little Stranger
Thursday, May 25
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.
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 and special guests.
Deviate the Plan
Tuesday, May 30
Doors 7:30pm, $8
Rock Heavy: From Tampa Bay, FL, Deviate the Plan and special guests.
New Jersey Live 2
Wednesday, May 31
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock Groove: Gardenstatehiphop.com Presents New Jersey Live 2 Presents Featuring Joe College (10:15) / Off Top Kills (9:45) / Dane the Beautiful Monster (9:15) / New Star (8:45) / Solo For Dolo (8:15) / Avery Rose Puryear (7:30). DJ Ronny Rayz spinning all night. Hosted by Rodney Coursey (Founder of Garden State Hip Hop).
Shane Mauss
Thursday, June 1
Doors 7:30pm, $15/$20
Comedy: From Los Angeles, CA, Shane Mauss (100 city tour with a comedy show about psychedelics called 'A Good Trip') and special guests.

A nearly two-hour-long solo comedy show about psychedelics.

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.
Saturday, June 10
Strange Eclipse
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"). Openers: TBA.

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.

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.

Bumpin Uglies
Thursday, June 29
Doors 7:30pm, $12
Rock Groove: From Maryland, Bumpin Uglies 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.) 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 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.
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 / Lyons 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.
Union City Music Project
Perro Bravo
Amy Black