November’s Favorite Warm Spot is Uncorked

November’s cooler nights are bringing friends in after work to Livingston’s only wine bar to enjoy two-for-one wine pours and nightly food specials including fondue, hot grilled sandwiches and homemade soups.  Happy hour kicks in from 4 – 6 pm daily with $2 off glass pours, wine and beer.  Uncorked is open Wednesday through Saturday from 4 – 9 pm.

On Fridays, Uncorked presents acoustic music starting at 6 pm.

Wednesday, November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

Park High Jazz Band – Classic Jazz

Enjoy the amazing Park High Jazz Band in performance each Wednesday at Uncorked. This talented band of musicians will rotate weekly to keep you entertained with the best of classic and modern jazz. These students are amazing! Uncorked is adding espresso to the menu and some other food specials to accompany the great music.

Friday, November 3

John Dendy – Smoldering Roots

John Dendy

John is a songwriter and upright bass player. He grew up in Alabama, went to college in Mississippi and then moved out to Montana. He plays guitar or upright bass and harmonica. In 2015 he released a previously unrecorded demo of an original song every week for 40 weeks. He has more songs than that, but they were starting to get a little iffy. Dendy is the engine and primary songwriter of Tombigbee, who released their self-titled album in 2015.

Friday, November 10

Virginia Warner and Bob Bramblett – Folk/Blues

Virginia Warner

Virginia is a singer/songwriter with a passion for Delta blues. Her performances showcase both original material and traditional, fingerstyle blues songs, fueled by the powerful mojo of a vintage Gretsch archtop guitar with a neck like a baseball bat. Bob Bramblett is well known in the area as guitarist and vocalist with the Shufflebums and Speakeasy. These old friends will tear it up.

Friday, November 17

Travis Yost – Dreamy Americana Pop

Travis Yost

Travis Yost aka “Love is a Dog from Nebraska” is a musician, engineer and producer from Missoula, Montana. He has performed all over the west, solo and also with Tom Catmull, Stellarondo, and NextDoorPrisonHotel. Travis was a recent guest musician on Eric Funk’s 11th and Grant show on Montana PBS, played at the Red Ants Pants Festival, and has shared the stage with James McMurtry, Alejandro Escovedo, The Decemberists, The Lumineers, Jason Spooner, Martin Sexton, Wartime Blues, Sallie Ford, Jason Isbell, Dale Watson, and Brandi Carlile to name just a few. He performs thoughtful sad stories with happy endings, on top of guitar and looper acrobatics.

Friday, November 24

Ian Thomas – Americana Roots

Ian Thomas

After traveling for years as a street performer, Ian Thomas began performing ‘indoors’ in New York City where he recorded his debut album A Young Man’s Blues and his follow-up Live at Rockwood Music Hall. Since then he has shared the stage with Taj Mahal, John Hammond, Cyril Neville, Corey Harris, Sam Bush, The Wood Brothers, The Avett Brothers, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Reverend Goat and Dr. John and has performed at festivals including Bonnaroo, Pickathon and Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion.

Performing both solo and with a band, Thomas draws on a variety of American roots influences, delivering a captivating, raw live performance and distinctive sound from his original compositions on guitar, harmonica and kazoo. His latest release is the full-band album Live at the Preservation Pub, recorded in Knoxville.,,

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