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Open 7 days a week / 365 days a year, with a local musician playing most evenings BAR365 is a great place to unwind after a long day. Open from 4:00pm—close daily. Order an appetizer from the bar menu and enjoy a house specialty cocktail while listening to a local musician, or while watching the game. Located across from the Front Desk in the main lobby, next to The Riverside Grill.

Monday, December 10th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Mike Rosenthal & Mike Seifrit: 5-8pm

Presented in partnership with the Idaho Jazz Education Endowment.

 

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Brett Reid: 5-8pm

Brett Reid is a professional musician, singer, and entertainer from southern Idaho's Magic Valley. For more than twenty years, he has been the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist for the popular and successful Crossfire Band. His guitar skill and smooth vocals, weave an inspiring tapestry from the fabric of America's most popular music. Sit back, take it easy, and enjoy a performance that will keep you coming back for more.

 

 

Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Steve Eaton: 5-8pm

  

From Blue Desert:  Steve Eaton, a great songwriter…..As a songwriter, Steve’s songs have earned gold and platinum records for The Carpenters and Art Garfunkel. His songs have also been recorded by many other artists, including Glen Campbell, The Righteous Brothers, Ann Murray, and Lee Greenwood.Steve has received Emmy nominations for his original music written for PBS and has written music for the Nature Conservancy, National Wildlife Federation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Some consider his song Idaho I Love You to be the true state song of Idaho.   As a performer, Steve has performed in a variety of venues all over the country, and has been a member of several bands including The Fabulous Chancellors and Paul Revere and the Raiders.

Thursday, December 13th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Dan Costello: 5-7:30pm

 

Dan Costello is a singer/songwriter, guitarist and prime staple of the remote but robust music scene in Boise, Idaho, USA. Armed at an early age with a radio and a baritone ukulele, his love for music led him to a classical guitar degree from Boise State, and a full-time professional music career now spanning over 15 years as a performer, writer/arranger, educator and simultaneous rabble-rouser/peacemaker in his local community.

Friday, December 14th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

 

  

Shon Sanders: 5pm-7:30pm

Shon's father, a professional musician, had a massive and quite eclectic record collection. "Growing up there was always music in the house! My parents were into everything....classical, jazz, blues, folk, and rock.  But it was the funk and soul records that blew my mind at a very young age. All that stuff about women and love... I didn't know what all of it meant but I knew it moved me!" Inspired by the likes of Marvin Gaye, Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder, Isaac Hayes, and Teddy Pendergrass, just to name a few, Shon began his journey finding his own soulful voice. The many influences of all the different genres of music that surrounded him in his youth can be found in Shon's unique sound. He has taken all his favorite elements of each style, mixed them together and then serves them.

 

Saturday, December 15th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Carter Freeman: 5-7:30pm

Freeman's songs, instrumentation, and often smoky voice, bring forth something new and unique, while still capturing that sound of times past. Offering a look into the heart felt recordings of old, and the life that seems to spring forth from his songs and stories. Often conjuring an image of a ragged man carrying a tattered guitar case, bottle O'Whiskey in hand, along an old dusty  road.

Monday, December 17th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Shirley & Quinn VanPaepeghem: 5pm-8pm

Presented in partnership with the Idaho Jazz Education Endowment

Tuesday, December 18th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Mood Swing: 5-8pm

 

What do you get when you combine a virtuoso guitarist and a hot bass player who sing like sultry angels, have spent decades honing their chops, and happen to be women of a certain age? You get Mood Swing, a smooth, jazzy, bluesy Boise duo. Patricia Folkner has been described “like Diana Krall with a guitar.” A prolific songwriter, Pat is a big favorite with Idaho Songwriters Association audiences and a mainstay of the local music scene as a solo act. Bassist/singer Peggy Jordan has played festivals, bars, and coffeehouses from Boston to Santa Barbara to Tokyo, Japan. She recorded with Kate Wolf, sings with the Divas of Boise, and has worked with local jazz, folk, and blues bands since the early 90s.

Wednesday, December 19th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

 

Steve Eaton: 5pm-7:30pm

 

From Blue Desert:  Steve Eaton, a great songwriter…..As a songwriter, Steve’s songs have earned gold and platinum records for The Carpenters and Art Garfunkel. His songs have also been recorded by many other artists, including Glen Campbell, The Righteous Brothers, Ann Murray, and Lee Greenwood.Steve has received Emmy nominations for his original music written for PBS and has written music for the Nature Conservancy, National Wildlife Federation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Some consider his song Idaho I Love You to be the true state song of Idaho.   As a performer, Steve has performed in a variety of venues all over the country, and has been a member of several bands including The Fabulous Chancellors and Paul Revere and the Raiders.

Thursday, December 20th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Blaze & Kelly: 5pm-7:30pm

To listen to Blaze and Kelly is to experience a musical nirvana. Their art takes the listener beyond the realm of the temporal, and into those intangible places we call spirit, dreams, and love. There’s no doubt these two laughter-loving women can sing—Niccole’s powerful lead vocals blend perfectly with Mo’s sweet tone. But what makes them true artists is their ability to create emotion. To Blaze and Kelly, it’s not money, fame, or precision that creates happiness, but genuine human connection. And their songs illustrate the humanity, passion, and truth each one of us strives to feel and find gladness.

 

Friday, December 21st, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Cunningham & Moss: 5-7:30pm

 

David Moss, originally  from Pocatello Idaho, has been performing locally in Boise area for the past 12 years.  His love for guitar started at a young age, and after a few early lessons he took to teaching himself to play many styles. Along the way he started writing songs, which led him to join the Idaho Songwriters Association. He has been a member of several different groups throughout the years, with latest being an Acoustic Duo with Don Cunningham.   

 

Don Cunningham has been a fixture in the Southern Idaho music scene for over 40 years bouncing back-and-forth between acoustic and electric combos. He has been writing songs since the age of 15 and for 25 years he has operated a recording studio that bears his name. He considers himself very fortunate to have made a successful career out of his love of music.

 

Saturday, December 22nd, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Wilson Roberts: 5-7:30pm

Wilson Roberts is an extremely versatile and dynamic solo entertainer who has performed in 45 states and 8 Canadian provinces. His unique style of "non-stop pop" entertainment easily moves in and out of easy listening, tongue-in-cheek humor, up tempo classic rock and roll dance music, and high powered crowd involvement. 

Monday, December 24th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Mood Swing: 5pm-8pm 

What do you get when you combine a virtuoso guitarist and a hot bass player who sing like sultry angels, have spent decades honing their chops, and happen to be women of a certain age? You get Mood Swing, a smooth, jazzy, bluesy Boise duo. Patricia Folkner has been described “like Diana Krall with a guitar.” A prolific songwriter, Pat is a big favorite with Idaho Songwriters Association audiences and a mainstay of the local music scene as a solo act. Bassist/singer Peggy Jordan has played festivals, bars, and coffeehouses from Boston to Santa Barbara to Tokyo, Japan. She recorded with Kate Wolf, sings with the Divas of Boise, and has worked with local jazz, folk, and blues bands since the early 90s.

Tuesday, December 25th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Wayne White: 5-8pm

 

"I first heard the Beatles at my home in Sunny Slope, Idaho when I was 10 and felt drawn to the harmony. The Beatles influenced me to begin playing guitar and understanding the intricacies of music. By age 15 I began recording original music with my band. I studied at Boise State University and graduated from Musician’s Institute in 1991 in Hollywood, California. I have explored many styles of playing in my career and finger style solo guitar is the most challenging and satisfying to play and listen to. Alternating bass lines, cascading melodies and beautiful open tunings allow the guitar to be heard the way it was meant to be. Artists such as Alex De Grassi, Michael Hedges and Laurence Juber are a few who inspire me with their endless vision and technique. I currently enjoy performing at various local venues and private occasions and providing guitar instruction."

Wednesday, December 26th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Steve Eaton: 5pm-8pm 

 

From Blue Desert:  Steve Eaton, a great songwriter…..As a songwriter, Steve’s songs have earned gold and platinum records for The Carpenters and Art Garfunkel. His songs have also been recorded by many other artists, including Glen Campbell, The Righteous Brothers, Ann Murray, and Lee Greenwood.Steve has received Emmy nominations for his original music written for PBS and has written music for the Nature Conservancy, National Wildlife Federation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Some consider his song Idaho I Love You to be the true state song of Idaho.   As a performer, Steve has performed in a variety of venues all over the country, and has been a member of several bands including The Fabulous Chancellors and Paul Revere and the Raiders.

Thursday, December 27th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Buddy DeVore Duo: 5-7:30pm

 

Friday, December 28th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Scott Knickerbocker: 5pm-7:30pm

Scott Knickerbocker plays old-time mountain music, traditional country and blues on banjo, fiddle, and guitar. Part of his old-time string band Hokum Hi-Flyers, he is part of the living tradition of "old, weird America," they sing of love and murder, sin and redemption, whiskey and whimsy.

Saturday, December 29th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Brandon Pritchett: 5pm-7:30pm 

 

Sunday, December 30th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Brook Faulk: 5pm-8pm

 

 

 

Monday, December 31st, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

NYE at The Riverside! 

Wilson Roberts: 5pm - 8:30pm

 

Wilson Roberts is an extremely versatile and dynamic solo entertainer who has performed in 45 states and 8 Canadian provinces. His unique style of "non-stop pop" entertainment easily moves in and out of easy listening, tongue-in-cheek humor, up tempo classic rock and roll dance music, and high powered crowd involvement. 

 

 

Cunningham & Moss: 8:45pm-12:15am

 

David Moss, originally  from Pocatello Idaho, has been performing locally in Boise area for the past 12 years.  His love for guitar started at a young age, and after a few early lessons he took to teaching himself to play many styles. Along the way he started writing songs, which led him to join the Idaho Songwriters Association. He has been a member of several different groups throughout the years, with latest being an Acoustic Duo with Don Cunningham.   

 

Don Cunningham has been a fixture in the Southern Idaho music scene for over 40 years bouncing back-and-forth between acoustic and electric combos. He has been writing songs since the age of 15 and for 25 years he has operated a recording studio that bears his name. He considers himself very fortunate to have made a successful career out of his love of music.