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BAR365

BAR365 MUSIC SCHEDULE

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.

Thursday, February 22nd, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

RandomAcX: 5pm-7:30pm 

They perform mostly 60's and 70's hit songs with a wide variety fo styles. Acoustic guitar and lead vocal Dave McClellan was born and raised in Memphis Tennessee and is a very talented singer songwriter. He has lived in Boise for 22 years and has worked with numerous local musicians and bands. Piano and vocal Robert Sutherland has worked in numerous bands here in Boise since 1995 Among them are The Blues Brothers Rock'nSoul Revue, The Come Together Band, Faithful Soul, Sassafrazz and various other projects !

Friday, February 23rd, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Cunningham & Moss: 5pm-7:30pm

Originally from Pocatello Idaho, I moved to Nampa, Idaho in 1971 after being adopted. From a young age, I’ve always found comfort in music and used to lie awake at night creating symphonies in my mind. In the sixth grade, I joined band class and played trombone, starting a musical journey that has lasted til present day. After getting my first guitar at age twelve, I didn’t realize that putting it down wouldn’t be an option. After a few early lessons I took to teaching myself to play many styles. Somewhere along the way I started singing. I’ve been in a few bands including The Decade Blues Band, SoundHawk and most recently RoundHouseAnthem. Now, performing solo and song writing are my passion. Music has allowed me to express my thoughts and feelings about life and living.

Saturday, February 24th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Richard Soilz: 5pm-8pm: 

more info coming soon!

Monday, February 26th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Blaze & Kelly: 5pm-8pm

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

Tuesday, February 27th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Gayle Chapman: 4:30pm-6:30pm 

Gayle Chapman's vocals are all you need to make your day complete, and she plays tricky little guitar licks that bring a great big smile to your face.  This lady has decades of experience and a bittersweet outlook on life, and it all comes bubbling to the surface as she plugs in and starts to sing.  When she asks what you'd like to hear, just shout out "Good Irish Girl," and sit back and be prepared for one of the best experiences of your life.  Then stick around, there's more to come!

 

Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Steve Eaton: 5pm-8pm 

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. For more information, visit: http://www.steveeaton.net/ 

 

Thursday, March 1st, 2018

BAR365 | Free and Open to the Public

Ashley Rose Smith: 5-7:30pm

Ashley Rose Smith is a powerful vocalist and songbird. Born into a musical family in Boise, Idaho, she is the daughter of a folk singer. Ashley's voice rolls out with the softness of a harp at times and the intensity of a full horn section at others. Her voice is a vibrant and harmonious force she unleashes standing toe to toe with other multi-instrumentalists in the Industry. The purity of her voice soothes and inspires and is always a joy to the ears." 

Friday, March 2nd, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Gary Tackett: 5pm-7pm 

California native and Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter/Producer -Gary Tackett has played every stage from the Oakland Coliseum to the Grand Ole Opry. His country and blues influenced writing and guitar playing style comes from real life experience, both on and off the road, as well as listening to Buck Owens, Merle Haggard (Gary recorded on Merle’s Blue Jungle Album), Albert Collins, BB, Muddy Waters, Eric Clapton, Lowell Fulson, Phillip Walker, Albert King, as well as great slide players like Duane Allman, Billy Gibbons, David Lindley and Ry Cooder

 

Saturday, March 3rd, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Patricia Folkner: 5pm-7:30pm

Patricia Folkner, of Boise, Idaho, is an accomplished guitarist/singer who blends jazz and folk into her own unique style and sound—a sound that keeps listeners engrossed. She’s a guitarist, not just a player, with chops that most guys envy. And her vocals….clear and beautiful. Pat is the antithesis of the raw, edgy, angst-ridden singer/songwriter. Her playing and singing can be summed up as “smooth and sophisticated”, and, as many a fan has stated, she’s “very, very easy on the ears”.  

 

Monday, March 5th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Ryan Wissinger: 5pm-8pm 

Ryan Wissinger has been entertaining Boise with his eclectic guitar music for over a decade, with a repertoire of covers spanning 8 decades and his own inspired compositions.  He's performed on Boise Song Talk and was featured by the Boise Songwriters Association.  He has written local favorites including "Idaho Polka" and "Walking Blue", and sings tunes spanning Abba to Zappa and anything between. Ryan frequently performs with many of the valley's best known musicians.

Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Lisa Bittick: 5pm - 7pm 

You may have seen Lisa Bittick performing in various bands around the Treasure Valley, and now, as a soloist, she is bringing her signature flair to an acoustic show that combines her voice and piano.  This fun new solo project gives Lisa the chance to focus on singing songs that speak to her and will have her audience saying, "Oh, yes...what a great song!"

Wednesday, March 7th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Steve Eaton: 5pm-7:30pm

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. For more information, visit: http://www.steveeaton.net/ 

Thursday, March 8th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Sean Hatton & Bernie Reilly: 5pm-7:30pm

Sean Hatton is widley known as the frontman to Boise's Americana rock band, New Transit. "Hatton crafts melodic, more straightforward gems. His twang-tinged voice was born for this dirt-road rock, soft and wise, as if whittled from old barnwood." - Idaho Statesman For more information: www.reverbnation.com/newtransit Like countless other teenagers in America, Bernie Reilly learned the ways of guitar alone in his room by imitating the likes of Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens, the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Nick Drake, Jimi Hendrix, and most of all Neil Young. After a childhood of formal classical cello study, this "new" music was a breath of fresh air. Putting aside his classical roots he dove headlong into the world of rock n roll and quickly discovered his true calling...

 

Friday, March 9th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Wilson Roberts: 5pm-7:30pm

Wilson Roberts is an extremely versitile 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. 

Saturday, March 10th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Patricia Folkner: 5pm-8pm

Patricia Folkner, of Boise, Idaho, is an accomplished guitarist/singer who blends jazz and folk into her own unique style and sound—a sound that keeps listeners engrossed. She’s a guitarist, not just a player, with chops that most guys envy. And her vocals….clear and beautiful. Pat is the antithesis of the raw, edgy, angst-ridden singer/songwriter. Her playing and singing can be summed up as “smooth and sophisticated”, and, as many a fan has stated, she’s “very, very easy on the ears”.  

 

Monday, March 12th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Dan Costello 5pm-8pm: 

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.  

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

*to be announced: 5-8pm

More info coming soon!

Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Steve Eaton: 5-8pm

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. For more information, visit: http://www.steveeaton.net/ 

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

*to be announced: 5pm-8pm 

More info coming soon!

Friday, March 16th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Kayleigh Jack & Kenny Saunders: 5pm-7:30pm 

Kayleigh Jack is a violinist, guitarist and singer/ songwriter from Boise, Idaho. Aside from performing frequently as a solo artist, she also plays fiddle and guitar with a variety of bands all over Idaho. She spent some time in Nashville where she accumulated a myriad of songwriting honors including: "2006 Nashville Star Search-Best Emerging Songwriter ",  "2008 and 2009 CMT Music City Madness Top Elite Finalist" and "2009 VH-1 Songwriter of the Year Finalist" to name a few. She now calls Boise her home and enjoys performing  an eclectic mix of music ranging from fast-paced Fiddle tunes to contemporary radio favorites. Joined by Kenny Saunders.

Saturday, March 17th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Cunningham & Moss: 5pm-7:30pm 

Originally from Pocatello Idaho, I moved to Nampa, Idaho in 1971 after being adopted. From a young age, I’ve always found comfort in music and used to lie awake at night creating symphonies in my mind. In the sixth grade, I joined band class and played trombone, starting a musical journey that has lasted til present day. After getting my first guitar at age twelve, I didn’t realize that putting it down wouldn’t be an option. After a few early lessons I took to teaching myself to play many styles. Somewhere along the way I started singing. I’ve been in a few bands including The Decade Blues Band, SoundHawk and most recently RoundHouseAnthem. Now, performing solo and song writing are my passion. Music has allowed me to express my thoughts and feelings about life and living. Joined by David Cunningham.

Sunday, March 18th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Nicole Pettinger: 5pm-7pm 

Nicole is an artist, in every sense of the word. The Eagle resident sings, paints, and writes, expressing herself through a variety of media. Singing has been Christensen’s artistic outlet most of her life. She writes her own lyrics and poetry, and watercolor painting. She loves to perform jazz pieces, mostly traditional, and says she prefers “music pulled from the tradition of the blues—jazz and country,”

Monday, March 19th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Douglas Cameron: 5pm-8pm

Since making music a career in 1995, Douglas Cameron has released 11 albums of his music, extensively toured the West year after year, played with all sorts of big name artists, played at premier concert venues, won a nationwide songwriting contest, has had his songs placed in TV ads and films, and has grown a considerable fan base all while staying fiercely independent. With no record label or big corporate money behind him, Douglas Cameron calls his own shots, and he likes it that way. The stories are endless, from being backed by the Pam Tillis Band for a performance in Nashville, TN, to playing for 10,000 people at Red Rocks Amphitheater outside Denver, CO, to watching his truck blow up on the side of the road in Wyoming, Cameron continues his musical journey while allowing all these events of life to inspire his songs.

 

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Tom Taylor: 5pm-8pm

Tom Taylor is a singer-songwriter from Boise Idaho who has won the $100,000 Star Search competition. He has also been signed to Modern/Atlantic records, recorded 5 full length original CD's and performed as the opening act for artists such as Cheap Trick, Aaron Neville, Vast, Mute Math, Lisa Lobe and Lucas Nelson. Tom's dynamic vocal, guitar, and uplifting original songs are influenced by the Singer-Songwriter, rock, pop, and British invasion genres. Tom also performs medleys of modern and classic cover songs in an acoustic setting by artists such as the Beatles, Neil Diamond, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Chris Isaak, and Johnny Cash. 

Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Steve Eaton: 5-8pm

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. For more information, visit: http://www.steveeaton.net/ 

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

James Coberly Smith: 5-8pm

More information coming soon!

Friday, March 23rd, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Zach Forsman: 5-8pm

Zach Forsman has played guitar and sang for the majority of his life, entertaining audiences all across the country. Zach blends elements of Blues, Classic Rock, Pop, and Soul in his original music, as well as a vast array of covers over several decades and genres. Zach is a treasure valley native and has become a regular in the Boise music scene and has shared stages with Boise favorites like Rebecca Scott and Dan Costello. Zach has also shared a stage opening for Jill Sobule of “Clueless” soundtrack fame. Zach’s original music has drawn interest from popular television shows like Grey’s Anatomy, and Private Practice as well as WBTX “The Beat” in Chicago. You will have a great time singing along to favorites that you love from many different styles of music, and will have Zach’s original music stuck in your head long after the show is over! facebook.com/zachforsmansomeday  and follow on twitter @zfors

Saturday, March 24th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Jim Lewis: 5-8pm

With his ever-present sense of humor, Jim Lewis is a unique and versatile performer with a diversity of musical skill sets and knowledge to draw upon. Jim is an acoustic and electric guitar player, performer, composer, singer-songwriter, music educator with over 35 years of professional experience. Over the years, he has transcribed and arranged thousands of songs and has worked for hundreds of satisfied private clients. He has also transcribed for Steven King's first book of fingerstyle guitar songs. Over the course of his career, he has played with influential bands like Canned Heat, Cold Blood, and Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show. At age 16, Jim started playing guitar and started instruction with Roberto Torres, Peter Sprague, and Joe Diorio, Scott Henderson and Bill Coleman. He currently performs music from the 20's and 30’s to the present, along with his own originals.  www.jameslewismusic.net 

Monday, March 26th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Blaze & Kelly: 5-8pm

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

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Joel Kaserman: 5-7:30pm

Joel Kaserman has been a performing musician for over 30 years. Born in Tennessee and raised (with some extra time on his hands) in the Australian outback, Joel became passionate about guitar playing and progressed with the guidance of his father and countless hours resetting the needle on vinyl records to learn that part. The original Will the Circle be Unbroken album, and anything Doc Watson were some of his favorites. Doc became a distant but powerful influence and Joel eventually got to play a few tunes with Doc.

Joel has played, toured, and recorded with talented musicians including Loose Ties, Muzzie Braun, Pinto Bennett, Alice B., Ben Burdick, Chris Wall, and Reilly Coyote. He judged the National Flatpicking Championships in Winfield Kansas as well as performing at the festival with Loose Ties, a progressive bluegrass band. As part of Loose Ties, Joel performed at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Two of the band’s songs, recorded live, are featured on the 1st Planet Bluegrass album.

Joel ‘s early influences led him to expand his horizons and he added both mandolin and banjo to his repertoire. He has an interesting blend of traditional and progressive styles that make his unique sound. You will hear many influences in Joel’s music. Some you will know and, hopefully, some that you haven’t heard yet, but you’d like to get to know.

Wednesday, March 28th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Steve Eaton: 5-8pm

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. For more information, visit: http://www.steveeaton.net/ 

Thursday, March 29th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Wayne White: 5-8pm

Wayne White is an award winning instrumental finger style guitarist. Wayne's relaxing playing style combines melody and accompaniment with a unique percussive aspect. His repertoire is rich in original compositions as well as some familiar favorites.

Friday, March 30th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

 

  

Gary Tackett: 5pm-8pm

California native and Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter/Producer -Gary Tackett has played every stage from the Oakland Coliseum to the Grand Ole Opry. His country and blues influenced writing and guitar playing style comes from real life experience, both on and off the road, as well as listening to Buck Owens, Merle Haggard (Gary recorded on Merle’s Blue Jungle Album), Albert Collins, BB, Muddy Waters, Eric Clapton, Lowell Fulson, Phillip Walker, Albert King, as well as great slide players like Duane Allman, Billy Gibbons, David Lindley and Ry Cooder

Saturday, March 31st, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Greg Bridges: 5-8pm

Greg Bridges moved to Boise in 2000 from Knoxville, Tennessee with his acoustic guitar and a passion for writing songs and playing live music. His southern influence and love of playing music for friends has evolved into a laid back Americana-country-blues style of singing and songwriting. His vocals are easy on the ears, and his songs explore themes of nature, family, drinking, mortality and a keen understanding of human experience.

 

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Brett Reid: 5-8pm

Brett Reid is a professional musician, singer, and entertainer. With more than 30 years experience on the stage, his guitar skill and smooth vocals will amaze you as he performs many of the most popular songs from the last five decades. Sit back, relax, and reminisce.

Tuesday, April 3rd, 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

Wednesday, April 4th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Steve Eaton: 5pm-8pm

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. For more information, visit: http://www.steveeaton.net/ 

Thursday, April 5th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Wilson Roberts: 5-7:30pm

Wilson Roberts is an extremely versitile 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. 

Friday, April 6th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Cunningham & Moss: 5pm-7:30pm

Originally from Pocatello Idaho, I moved to Nampa, Idaho in 1971 after being adopted. From a young age, I’ve always found comfort in music and used to lie awake at night creating symphonies in my mind. In the sixth grade, I joined band class and played trombone, starting a musical journey that has lasted til present day. After getting my first guitar at age twelve, I didn’t realize that putting it down wouldn’t be an option. After a few early lessons I took to teaching myself to play many styles. Somewhere along the way I started singing. I’ve been in a few bands including The Decade Blues Band, SoundHawk and most recently RoundHouseAnthem. Now, performing solo and song writing are my passion. Music has allowed me to express my thoughts and feelings about life and living.

Saturday, April 7th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

*To be announced : 5-8pm

More info coming soon!!

Monday, April 9th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Rob Harding: 5-8pm

Rob Harding is a thirty plus year veteran professional singer, songwriter, guitarist who has played from Alaska to Florida.  He has played various genres including bluegrass, country, rock, western swing, focusing more on a jazz bent as of late.  Rob recently returned to Idaho after having spent several years in Austin, Texas where he played in several bands, sharing the stage with such acts as Asleep at the Wheel, Robert Earl Keen, Texas Tornadoes, Reckless Kelly, Ray Wiley Hubbard, Dale Watson, Johnny Lee, among others.  His recent CD is gaining international recognition and airplay.   Music is central to Rob's life and he invites others to share in the love of it.

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

*to be announced: 5-8pm

more info coming soon!

Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Steve Eaton: 5pm-7:30pm

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. For more information, visit: http://www.steveeaton.net/ 

Thursday, April 12th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Dan Costello: 5pm-8pm 

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, April 13th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

*To be announced: 5pm-8pm 

More info coming soon!

Saturday, April 14th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Sean Hatton: 5pm-8pm

Sean Hatton is widley known as the frontman to Boise's Americana rock band, New Transit. "Hatton crafts melodic, more straightforward gems. His twang-tinged voice was born for this dirt-road rock, soft and wise, as if whittled from old barnwood." - Idaho Statesman For more information: www.reverbnation.com/newtransit 

 

Monday, April 16th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

*to be announced: 5pm-7:30pm 

More info coming soon

Tuesday, April 17th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Gabe Hess: 5-8pm 

Gabriel Hess is a singer/songwriter based out of Portland Oregon. Gabe Has had a love for music ever since he was a young child and his mother first taught him how to sing harmonies around the kitchen table. Since then, Gabe has gone on to develop a passion for musical improvisation in a variety of genres. His original compositions are spiced with everything from traditional blue grass to modern soul. Gabe is currently working on recording his freshman album with his back-up group "The Radiator Band" and the album is expected to be released in spring of 2017. Gabriel would like to sincerely thank all of his family, friends, and fans for their continued support as he lives out his dream of making music for the people of planet earth.

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Steve Eaton: 5pm-7:30pm 

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. For more information, visit: http://www.steveeaton.net/ 

 

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Ryan Wissinger: 5pm-8pm 

Ryan Wissinger has been entertaining Boise with his eclectic guitar music for over a decade, with a repertoire of covers spanning 8 decades and his own inspired compositions.  He's performed on Boise Song Talk and was featured by the Boise Songwriters Association.  He has written local favorites including "Idaho Polka" and "Walking Blue", and sings tunes spanning Abba to Zappa and anything between. Ryan frequently performs with many of the valley's best known musicians.

Friday, April 20th, 2018

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Bernie Reilly: 5pm-8pm 

Like countless other teenagers in America, Bernie Reilly learned the ways of guitar alone in his room by imitating the likes of Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens, the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Nick Drake, Jimi Hendrix, and most of all Neil Young. After a childhood of formal classical cello study, this "new" music was a breath of fresh air. Putting aside his classical roots he dove headlong into the world of rock n roll and quickly discovered his true calling...