The Jigsaw Seen
Thursday, March 23
Doors 7:30pm, $10/$13
Rock: From Los Angeles, CA, The Jigsaw Seen (New Release Out Now on Burger Records, 9:30) / The Tide Bends (8:30) / Phulton (7:45) / The Lemats (10:30).
Paper Bird
Friday, March 24
Doors 7:30pm, $12/$15
Rock: From Denver, CO, Paper Bird ("Paper Bird is a band that possesses a sound that's more than the sum of its parts." 9:45) / Rose Boulevard (8:45) / Rachel Ana Dobken (7:45) / Avery And The Man Devils (11:30).
Slapjack
Saturday, March 25
Doors 1:00pm, $12
All Age Matinee Featuring Great Lake (4:15pm) / Garage Sale (3:20) / Slapjack (2:45) / Aruba Jon (2pm) / Kat Punk (1:15). No Alcohol Show.
Desert Mountain Tribe
Saturday, March 25
Doors 7:30pm, $10/$13
Rock: From London, England, Desert Mountain Tribe (Debut album Either That Or The Moon was released in the spring of 2016 to a wealth of positive notices including respected platforms Drowned In Sound, Louder Than War and Classic Rock.) / J.K. Lago and special guests.
The Hesh Inc.
Sunday, March 26
Doors 1:30pm, $10
(Early Show) Rock: From Long Beach, NY, The Hesh Inc. ("Soul In Exile 3" CD Release Show, a revolving-door cast of characters performs songs about exile, redemption, self-actualization, and beach towns in the off-season.) / Bruce Tunkel / Jenny Pilots and special guests.
Kino Kimino
Sunday, March 26
Doors 7:30pm, $5
Rock Indie: Little Dickman Records And CoolDad Music Presents Low Dough Show From Brooklyn, NY, Kino Kimino (The whimsical quirky brainchild of punk eccentric Kim Talon w/contributions from Lee Ranaldo + Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth, brings a weird, feisty angst to her brand of shoegaze. Rhythmic guitar strums + quick-hitting drum rolls liven Talon's deadpan delivery.) / From Brooklyn, NY, Sharkmuffin / Ex-Girlfriends / Lunch Ladies / EVL MOMMZ.
Warm Things
Monday, March 27
Doors 7:30pm, $5
Low Dough Show Featuring Warm Things "Dan and Melissa Deserve To Be The Mayor" and special guests.

When Melissa and Dan take a DNA test, they're shocked to learn that they have pure mayoral blood coursing through their veins. Their hands are tied: they must honor their bloodline by becoming the town's first-ever two-souled mayor - that is, if they can defeat the cunning and aside-prone incumbent, Philip St. Mangosteen. Will Dan and Melissa succeed and thwart Mayor St. Mangosteen's dastardly plan for the town? Does Mangosteen even have a plan? Also, is there any kind of paperwork they might need to fill out?

Holly Bowling
Wednesday, March 29
Doors 7:30pm, $15
The Saint & ElmThree Present Asbury Cafe: Acoustic: From San Francisco, CA, Holly Bowling (Using classical piano technique to reinterpret these jamband luminaries, Holly's live performances infuse new with old, tradition with surreal, and creates a concert experience like nothing else in the music world.) and special guests.

Asbury Cafe - This is a seated show with no talking during the performances. Coffee, hot cider, tea and spirits served.

The Double Negatives
Thursday, March 30
Doors 7:00pm, $10
Rock: The Double Negatives / From Philadelphia, PA, Mo Lowda & The Humble (Known for their progressive song writing and energetic live performances.) / Above The Moon and special guests.
Kidd Boogie
Friday, March 31
Kidd Boogie
Doors 7:00pm, $10
Rock Groove: The Black Suburbia Music Show Part III Presents Feat. Kidd Boogie (12:15) / Drew The Recluse & The Vice Experience (11pm) / Sousa (10:10) / Trology (9:40) / Ana Vee (9:10) / Party Michael (8:40) / Finesse (8:10) / Mommo Da Gawd (7:30) / DJ KStray (7:15).
Soule Monde
Saturday, April 1
Doors 7:30pm, $15/$17
Rock Groove: The Saint & ElmTree Present From Burlington, VT, Soule Monde (Ray Paczkowski & Russ Lawton, Must Be Nice album release tour on Ropeadope Records. Ray and Russ are both current touring members of Trey Anastasio Band.) and special guests.

Soule Monde (Ray Paczkowski & Russ Lawton) is avant funk erupting from the syncopated minds of power drummer Russ Lawton + B3 wizard Ray Paczkowski. An ideal union of swagger and raw talent, the duo is cemented into an indestructible pocket, where bold improvisational leaps by either player are met by a near-telepathic response from the other. Ray has an intrepid knowledge of the Hammond B3, playing it as fearlessly as Han Solo flies the Millennium Falcon through an asteroid field, while his left hand lays down bass lines on the clavinet with the ferocity of the meanest four-string, soul-cat. Russ is constantly responding to his partner's attacks, pushing the groove further and deeper while holding the pocket like he's handcuffed to the snare. This is the jazz-duo your parents warned you about.

James McCartney
Tuesday, April 4
Doors 7:30pm, $15/$20
Rock Acoustic: From England, James McCartney (New Release "The Blackberry Train" Produced By Steve Albini, Out Now) / The Roaches of Red Bank (Feat. Members of Readymade Breakup / Mars Needs Women / The Dibs) / Kate Grom.
Lakehouse Music Academy
Thursday, April 6
Doors 5:30pm, Free!
Lakehouse Music Academy Adults Mid Semester Gig 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.

Lakehouse Music Academy is located at 619 Lake Ave., Asbury Park, 732.455.5462, www.LakehouseMusicAcademy.com.

Waiting On Mongo
Friday, April 7
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Fish Productions Presents Rock Groove: Waiting On Mongo / Stephen Maxwell Quartet / UFOTOFU and special guests.
Wesley Stace & The English UK
Saturday, April 8
+ Special Guest Peter Holsapple
Hosted by Rich Russo's 'anything, anything'
Doors 7:30pm, $15/$20
Rock: WRAT "The Rat" DJ Rich Russo's "Anything Anything," UMT Presents and The Saint welcome Wesley Stace & The English UK with special guest Peter Holsapple.

Formerly known by his stage name John Wesley Harding, under which he has performed and recorded for the past 25 years, Stace chose to step out from behind his well-established pseudonym for Self-Titled in honor of the increasingly personal nature of his new material. "Novels seem to take care of the intellectual business for me these days, and my songs have become a lot more intimate and autobiographical, requiring a different musical treatment entirely. It seemed ridiculous to sing them under any name but my own," notes Stace, adding, "It's time to bring everything under one roof." Stace co-wrote two of the tracks from Self-Titled - "Stare at the Sun" and "When I Knew" - with the Fiery Furnaces' Eleanor Friedberger. Stace's version of "Stare at the Sun" is streaming at The New York Times while his version of "When I Knew" can be streamed at The Wall Street Journal. Under his legal name, he has written four novels. He is also a university teacher and the curator of Wesley Stace's Cabinet of Wonders and leader of Wesley Stace & The English UK. This year, Yep Roc Records will release Wesley Stace's John Wesley Harding.

Peter Holsapple was one of the key figures on the North Carolina jangle pop and new wave scene, He is perhaps best known to his fans as singer, guitarist, and songwriter along with Chris Stamey in the dB's, but he's also worked with a wide range of other acts, been a sideman with R.E.M. and Hootie & the Blowfish, and was a member of the roots rock supergroup the Continental Drifters.

Ehiorobo
Friday, April 14
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Clean House Tour 2017 Featuring Ehiorobo / Moon Bounce / Offtop / Dolphin Uppercut Avenger.
The Mason Ray
Saturday, April 15
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock: The Mason Ray (Feat. Mike Roman from No More Pain / John Moroney on Bass / Alex Silvergold on drums, Release Show) / Accidental Seabirds Trio / Mind Riot and special guests.
Angelica Garcia
Tuesday, April 18
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock: From Richmond, VA, Angelica Garcia (Songs are lyric heavy with folky/bluesy undertones coming from both modern and classic instruments.) and special guests.
Primal Static
Thursday, April 20
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock: From Austin, TX, Primal Static (The duo has been creating music that's a mercurial mixture of east and west as well as rock, blues, baroque, folk, electronic and more, 10pm) / The Modern Crowds (Tour Kickoff Show, 11pm) / The Mercury Brothers (9pm) / Yawn Mower (8pm) and special guests.
Drewcifer
Saturday, April 22
Drewcifer
Doors 7:30pm, $15/$17
Rock Acoustic: Drewcifer (Featuring Andy Falco of Infamous Stringdusters, Andrew Altman and Andy Goessling of Railroad Earth, and David Butler on drums, 9:45) / Dark City Strings (8:30).
Culture Featuring Kenyatta Hill
Sunday, April 23
Doors 7:00pm, $20/$25
Roots Reggae: From Kingston, Jamica, Culture Featuring Kenyatta Hill (Culture's "Two Sevens Clash 40th Year Anniversary Tour". The tour will feature Kenyatta Hill on lead vocals with original backing vocals and long-time backing band and will give everyone an opportunity to go back in time to the beginnings of the golden era of Reggae and see how relevant it still is today.) / Random Test and special guests.
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 / The Vaughns / Experiment 34 / Wicked Hollow / Yorkshire Tenth.
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.
Skrizzly Adams
Friday, May 5
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Rock: Skrizzly Adams (Atlantic Recording Artist, 9:15) / Mikell's Plot (10:15) / Stars Apart (11:15) and special guests.
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.
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 (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.
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") 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.
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

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.

BJ Barham
Friday, June 30
Doors 6:30pm, $15/$17
(Early Show) BJ Barham (of American Aquarium, Solo Show) 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.
Warm Things
Kidd Boogie
Perro Bravo
Amy Black