SATURDAY, APRIL 8
Welcome to the voyage of a lifetime. Prepare to set sail on the high seas of smooth. We present you “Believe it or Yacht: An Evening of Yacht Rock.”
A telegraph from The Captain: Ahoy! My seafaring band and I would like to cordially invite you aboard our vessel while we take harbor in 116 Mobile. This will be a live performance tribute to the incredibly smooth tunes of Hall & Oats, Steely Dan, Steve Winwood, Toto and many more... a moonlight cruise like no other. Our rum-running barkeep will even be serving up a special menu of your favorite Tiki cocktails. However, our first mate will set you adrift with the true sailor’s delight: the sweetest sax solos this side of the Bermuda Triangle. I can hear them blowing in the breeze now...
We encourage that all hands on deck sport their favorite nautical attire so bring your starboard best. Get your mustache, leisure suit, floral-print shirt, captain’s hat, smoking jacket, and turtleneck ready to drop anchor and gaze into the velvety sunset that is “Believe it or Yacht.”
Doors at 8PM. Tickets are $5.
SUNDAY, APRIL 9
Justin Kinkel-Schuster and Adam Torres come to 116 E. Mobile as part of their upcoming Living Room tour. A special show for the venue, the two songwriters will perform 100% acoustic. Please join us for an incredible evening of music from these two formidable songwriters.
SATURDAY, APRIL 15
Cosa Nostra effortlessly blends hard rock, spacey psychadelia, and a distinctive groove to cultivate a truly unique sound that has a little something for everyone.
"Strange Waves is a breath of fresh air in the admittedly saturated market that is modern rock. With four separate writers bringing content and input, you are guaranteed a new listing experience."
Doors at 7PM. Presale tickets are $5. $5 at the door for UNA students, $7 for general.
The brainchild of Kyle Bragwell, Space Tyger sprawls out over a groove anchored rhythm section into a hazy wash of a great show, with killer songs lurking beneath it all.
Lane Butler and Lukas Grigsby are the songwriting duo behind The Sun. The Moon., making self described alt-rock with an atmospheric tilt.
FRIDAY, APRIL 28
British singer-songwriter Bobby Long emerged from London’s club scene with a reputation for creating memorable songs inhabited by hauntingly poetic lyrics. He relocated to New York in 2009 and has since released three CDs inhabited by powerful original material: A Winter Tale (2011)—an homage to his acoustic roots; Wishbone (2013)—a gritty opus that showcases his sorrow-filled voice and stellar guitar playing; and the critically-acclaimed Ode to Thinking (2015, Compass Records), which applies his varied musical influences to a new collection of compelling songs. The vinyl version called Ode, comprising six tracks from the CD and three previously unreleased tracks, is also available. In addition, Long has published two volumes of poetry—Losing My Brotherhood (2012) and the newly released Losing My Misery, both available from amazon and other retailers.
Doors at 7:30pm. Show at 8pm.
TICKETS $10, Students $8 at door