Thursday, March 22
Doors 7:30pm, $8
The Saint Presents Rock feat. Jigmakers / Daniel James and The Loveless and special guests.
Bruce Off Broadway with Jim Boggia
Friday, March 23
Doors 7:00pm, $15
(Early Show) The Saint Presents Bruce Off Broadway: A Ukulele Tribute To The Boss With Jim Boggia.
Bruce Off Broadway with Jim Boggia

Bruce Off Broadway is Jim Boggia's loving tribute to the Bruce Springsteen songbook, performed on ukulele.

Jim Boggia has been winning over fans, critics, contemporaries and luminaries for over 20 years with his uncompromising devotion to emotionally direct songcraft. He has released three acclaimed studio albums, collaborated with a startling array of artists - including Joan Osborne, Aimee Mann, Juliana Hatfield, Mike Viola, Tracy Bonham, Bernadette Peters, and NRBQ's Big Al Anderson - and frequent performances with preeminent Beatles tribute band, the Fab Faux, and 18-piece collective Mad Dogs & Dominos, bringing to stage the music of Delaney And Bonnie, Derek And The Dominos, Joe Cocker, solo George Harrison, Leon Russell and their creative roots.

Along the way, he got a ukulele and he learned how to make it talk. And once he got it talking, he got to finding ingenious ways of using those four little strings to play some of the most complex rock arrangements with all the grace and power of the originals.

Inspired by the response Boggia has received from his ukulele version of "Thunder Road," he has crafted uke arrangements of other Springsteen classics to present in this unique night of music.

Jamie Coppa
Friday, March 23
Doors 10:00pm, $10
(Late Show) The Saint Presents Rock feat. Jamie Coppa (Record Release Party, "Runaway". 10:45pm) / Tara Dente (10:10pm) / Pamela Flores (Full Band - Late-Night Set) + special guests.
Saturday, March 24
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Carhart Presents Wreaths / St. James & The Apostles / From Nashville, TN, Hotel Ten Eyes (A rock n roll band currently comprised of Joe Fletcher, Ron Gallo and Charlie Shea.) / The Vice Rags / Career Opportunities.
Sunday, March 25
Swanky Tiger
Doors 7:00pm, $7
The Saint Presents From NYC, Swanky Tiger (Nasty Rock N' Roll) plus special guests.
Deaf Poets
Thursday, March 29
at Asbury Park Brewery (810 Sewall Ave., Asbury Park, NJ 07712)
Doors 7:30pm, $8
The Saint Presents From Miami Beach/Brooklyn, Deaf Poets (Their music is the embodiment of hard-hitting drums with distortion-soaked guitars.) with special guests Black Zeppelin / Frenular Delta.
Friday, March 30
The Munsens
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Carhart Presents Rock feat. The Munsens / Sun Voyager / Gristmill / Have A Good Season and special guests.
Saturday, March 31
The Connection
Doors 5:30pm, $10
The Saint Presents The Connection with DJ 3Rox, Andrew Ludewig, New Star, Intell, Prema777, Elaine Kristal, Bobby Briz, Kidz From The Burbz, Dimo, Rising Sun All Stars.
Wednesday, April 4
Doors 7:30pm, $13
The Saint Presents Rock feat. From Dundee, Scotland, Gleadhraich (A Celtic Rock Band) with special guests.
Thursday, April 5
Doors 7:00pm, $10
BoF turns 29! (A Musical Celebration) Feat. Centennials / The Angry Pirates / Control / Disposable and special guests.
Black Pussy
Friday, April 6
at The Brighton Bar (Long Branch, NJ)
Doors 7:30pm, $13
Melting Trends Presents 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. 10pm) / The Jolly Daggers (8pm) / Little Vicious (9pm) / Ecstatic Vision (11:45pm).
Friday, April 6
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint Presens Rock feat. Casanovacaine (Release Show) + special guests.
Current Swell
Saturday, April 7
Doors 7:30pm, $12
The Saint Presents From Vancouver, British Columbia, Current Swell (Every song has a story. With Current Swell's third Nettwerk Records release, "When To Talk And When To Listen," these stories cut deep. As Heard On 90.5 The Night.) with special guests.
Pierce Turner
Wednesday, April 11
Pierce Turner
Doors 3:00pm, $15/$20
(Early Show) Asbury Cafe Presents Rock Acoustic feat. From Ireland/NYC, singer/songwriter/herder of cats, Pierce Turner (Easily one of the most important Irish artists of the last twenty years. 4:15pm) / Avon Faire and special guests.

This is a seated no talking during the performances show.

Wednesday, April 11
Doors 7:00pm, $13
The Saint Presents From Denver, CO, Cycles (Cycles is a three-piece band that blends several musical genres including rock, jazz, hip-hop, soul, and funk.) with special guests.

Cycles epitomizes the power-trio format with ripping guitar, fat bass grooves played out through furious slapping, and dynamic drum beats flowing over intricate tempo changes. Each member wields a unique take on their instrument that when played together, forms a truly fresh and cohesive sound. Patrick Harvey commands the guitar with speed and precision reminiscent of Jimmy Herring while using his loop pedal virtually as its own instrument, a skill unique only to him. Michael Wood has subtly forged a drum style that showcases his rare ability to mashup funky hip-hop beats with frenzied rock riffs and only showcase flashy chops when necessary. At the heart of the band lies Tucker McClung's dominant slap-bass chops that captivate audiences while pumping the musical blood through the band.

Drawing influence from artists such as Rage Against the Machine, J. Dilla, Primus, Weather Report, and many, many more, Cycles fuses an eclectic blend of genres to produce an original sound that has become harder and harder to find. Although only two years old, Cycles have over 200 shows under their belt with tours extending across the entire U.S.

Spring Tour 2018 begins in Denver with the band's debut at the legendary Ogden Theatre, supporting one of the scene's staples, TAUK, before heading out to the Northeast. The first week out East will see stops in some of the region's favorite intimate venues in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York. After a week of intimate shows, the band joins local Northeast favorite, lespecial, for shows in Bridgeport, CT, Burlington, VT, and a very special 4/20 show at Brighton Music Hall in Boston, MA, before wrapping up this leg of the tour at the fabled Brooklyn Bowl in NYC with locals, The G-Nome Project and Tweed.

Upon their Colorado homecoming, Cycles return to the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins to support the national favorite Talking Heads tribute, Start Making Sense. Next up, the band prepares for another long trek out to Pennsylvania for their debut at the Pigeons Playing Ping Pong festival, Domefest, stopping in Columbus, OH, for the weekly "Weird Wednesday" series, Pittsburgh, PA and Frederick, MD along the way with more dates TBA!

Asbury Music Awards
Thursday, April 12
Asbury Music Awards
at The Stone Pony (913 Ocean Avenue, Asbury Park, NJ)
Doors 6:00pm, $20
The Saint & Asbury Music Co. Present The 25th Annual Asbury Music Awards at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey! Hosted by Comedian Taylor Allen with Musical Performances TBA and 50 Award Presentations + Special Guest Presenters!

Doors 6pm, Showtime 6:45pm, Tickets $20, All Ages Admitted, 21 To Drink. Tickets On Sale Now at The Saint & The Stone Pony Box Office & Ticketweb.com + Ticketmaster.com. Nominees Admitted Free.

25th Annual Asbury Music Awards
Acid Dad / gods
Friday, April 13
Acid Dad / gods
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Little Dickman Records Presents From NYC, Acid Dad (Greenway Records Recording Artist) / gods and special guests.
The Molice
Saturday, April 14
The Molice
Doors 1:00pm, $10
(Daytime Show) The Saint Presents From Japan, The Molice (Good Charamel Records) (The Molice are a modern Japanese band who draw inspiration from 70's punk DIY spirit, 80's new wave, power pop and 90's unchained indies guitar rock.) with special guests.

While many Japanese bands are the product of management hired producers and stylists, The Molice have gone their own indie way, and created their own sound from a wide and unlikely combination of influences. Their name also has a variety of inspirations including the Police, and the "mo" of Jim Morrison, Mo Tucker, and Morissey. Music writers have scrambled to find comparisons, with the Pixies and the Pretenders coming up most often.

The band was formed in 2007 by the charismatic female singer/rhythm guitarist Rinko, high tension guitarist Yuzuru Takeda. After a year of polishing their material playing Tokyo's numerous rock venues, the band made their recorded debut in November 2008 with their album 'Doctor Ray'. In the wake of their debut album they also received their first offer to play abroad, and did a UK tour.

The MOLICE released their album "5" on June 11th, 2016 worldwide. The first album the band recorded outside of Japan, The North American version of the album includes a bonus track, a cover of "Bring on the Night" by The Police.

In late 2016 THE MOLICE finished tracking an EP entitled "Signs," released September 8, 2017, and visited the U.S. for a string of dates across the Northeast promoting this new release. "Signs" was released physically Worldwide December 1st. The band spent the Summer of 2017 recording a new album in the U.S. for release in 2018.

The Lonely Biscuits
Saturday, April 14
Doors 7:30pm, $15
The Saint Presents Rock feat. From Nashville, TN, The Lonely Biscuits (Nashville's The Lonely Biscuits have spent the last couple of years releasing EPs, developing their sound, touring, and playing the festival circuit, including Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Hangout Fest, and Firefly. New Video out now, "Blue Glass".) and special guests.
Kevin Daniel
Monday, April 16
Doors 7:00pm, $8
The Saint Presents From Brooklyn, NY, Kevin Daniel (New EP "Myself Through You" Out Now) and special guests.
Erin & The Wildfire
Tuesday, April 17
Doors 7:00pm, $8
The Saint Presents Rock feat. From Charlottesville, VA, Erin & The Wildfire (Their unique brand of soulful rock has helped to establish them as one of the premier up-and-coming acts in the vibrant local music scene.) with special guests.
420 Bash
Friday, April 20
420 Bash
Doors 7:30pm, $10
420 Bash! Little Dickman Records / Mint 400 Records present Sink Tapes / Yawn Mower / Darkwing / Looms and special guests.
Second Letter
Monday, April 23
Doors 6:30pm, $7/$10
The Saint Presents Rock feat. From Philadelphia, PA, Second Letter (Feat. Members of Far Side and Government Issue) and special guests.
Tuesday, April 24
Doors 7:00pm, $12/$15
The Saint presents Rock feat. From Chicago, IL, Marbin (Marbin is a progressive jazz-rock band based in Chicago, IL, with a unique story that stands out in today's music world. With a do-it-yourself approach.) and special guest Paul Heaney Quartet.
Scenic Route To Alaska
Thursday, April 26
Scenic Route To Alaska
Doors 7:00pm, $12
The Saint Presents Rock Indie: feat. From Edmonton, Canada, Scenic Route To Alaska (The band is perhaps best defined through dichotomy: young but mature, curious but collected, accessible but substantial.) / From Victoria, BC, Mike Edel (There's something about the way Edel presents personal experiences in a way that project universal understandings.) plus special guests.
Strange Machines
Friday, April 27
Doors 7:30pm, $12/$15
The Saint Presents Rock Groove feat. From Boston, MA, Strange Machines (A true melting pot of musical fusion, with sounds catering to funk, livetronica, heavy rock.) and special guests Balter Band.
Saturday, April 28
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint Presents The Return of BuzzUniverse (They ambitiously incorporate elements of traditional rock and roll, acoustic folk, South American cantatas, world rhythms and old-school funk into their own distinctive blend of classic rock.) and special guests.
Sunday, April 29
Sirens of South Austin
Doors 7:30pm, $12/$14
Asbury Cafe Presents Acoustic Rock feat. From Austin, TX, Sirens of South Austin (BettySoo, Grace Pettis, Rebecca Loebe. Three of the town's top singer-songwriters. Hailing from Texas, Alabama, and Georgia respectively, bewitching audiences with sumptuous harmonies and unforgettable songwriting.) with special guests.

This is a no talking during the performances acoustic rock show.

Wednesday, May 2
Doors 7:30pm, $8
The Saint Presents From Los Angeles, CA Oldsport (Nirvana meets Strokes meets Arcade Fire, with balls.) / Des and The Swagmatics and special guests.
Thursday, May 3
Lines In The Sky
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint Presents Rock Indie feat. From Nashville, TN, Lines In The Sky (Lines In The Sky plays a breathtaking brand of blissful, richly melodic progressive rock that is as expansive and impressionistic as their name.) / No More Pain and special guests.
Richard Lloyd (Founding Member of Television)
Monday, May 7
Doors 7:30pm, $15
The Saint Presents From NYC, Richard Lloyd (Founding Member of Television) / Ribeye Brothers / gods.
Friday, May 11
Doors 7:00pm, $22/$25
UMT Presents Project/Object - The Music of Frank Zappa feat. Napoleon Murphy Brock & Denny Walley with special guests.

Project/Object is the longest continually touring alumni-based Zappa tribute band in the world. For nearly twenty-five years they have toured and performed Zappa music with more of his bandmates than anyone other than Zappa himself. Project/Object tours of the USA, Canada & Europe have paved the way for a rich variety of excellent, contemporary Zappa tribute acts.

Project/Object is the band that brought most of the currently touring Zappa alumni out of retirement and onto the road. To date, almost twenty musicians, from every era of Zappa's history, have performed with Project/Object. The band is back on the road with a short tour that reunites old bandmates Napoleon Murphy Brock & Denny Walley. The setlist features material that they performed on tour together with Frank, as well as Zappa classics and faves from other albums they did with him.

Napoleon Murphy Brock, the frontman for Zappa's early seventies bands, first appeared on the breakthrough album Apostrophe ('), then handled lead vocals and sax for the incredibly popular Roxy and Elsewhere. His vocals on One Size Fits All are legendary, and he appeared with Denny Walley on the iconic Bongo Fury, which documents Zappa's 1975 collaborative tour with his old friend Captain Beefheart. Brock went on to tour with fellow Zappa alum George Duke, and with Duke reached new heights in the hugely popular George Duke Band. Napoleon later provided harmony vocals for Sheik Yerbouti, one of Zappa's biggest selling albums. He also appears on Thingfish and You Can't Do That Onstage Anymore - Helsinki.

Denny Walley, a key member of Zappa's mid 70s and early 80s tours, is the band member that goes back the furthest with Frank - they met during the 8th grade! Denny brought his incendiary slide guitar work to many Zappa tours and albums, splitting time as Captain Beefheart's slide guitarist as well. Denny appears on what is arguably Beefheart's greatest work: Bat Chain Puller, and on Zappa favorites like Joe's Garage and You Are What You Is. Denny not only performed with Zappa on SNL a few times, but later became a set-builder for the show!

Monday, May 21
Kali Masi
Doors 7:00pm, $10
The Saint Presents Rock feat. From Chicago, IL, Kali Masi (Rock & Roll, Punk, Garage and Experimental) / The Vansaders and special guests.
Shiny Penny
Thursday, May 24
Shiny Penny
Doors 7:30pm, $8
Summer Kickoff 2018 feat. Rock Pop with From Kokomo, IN, Shiny Penny (They came together combining 70's rock riffng, modern alternative/rock styles, and funk/blues influences with a pop mindset, striving to rejuvenate and revive the modern rock genre.) with special guests.
Trashcan Sinatras
Thursday, May 31
Doors 7:30pm, $20/$25
The Saint and Asbury Cafe Present From Glasgow, Scotland, An Evening With Trashcan Sinatras (Two Sets, All Acoustic Show, Performing "Cake" & "I've Seen Everything" Releases In Their Entireties).

Asbury Cafe style show. This is a seated, no talking show during the performances show.

The Connection
420 Bash