If your resolutions include drinking better wine, meeting friends to connect and listening to more live music, have we got the place for you! Livingston’s only wine bar, Uncorked, is expanding our menu to include nightly specials and small plates. Fondue is often on the menu, and wine, beer and bubbly flights are always available. Things get started early at Uncorked, with a happy hour starting at four and music at six pm. It’s the perfect spot to meet after school or on your way home.
We feature live music each Wednesday and Friday featuring the best of local acoustic performers.
Wednesdays, January 17, 24 & 31
The Five – Park High Jazz Band
Enjoy The Five, 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. Nearly every table is gone at these special Wednesday shows; we recommend getting their early for the best spot. Uncorked is adding espresso to the menu and some other food specials to accompany the great music.
Friday, January 19
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. Ian Thomas Music, on ReverbNation, on Facebook Band of Drifters on Facebook.
Friday, January 26
Join us for a fun night of Montana Klezmer music with Coyote Gypsies. Southwest Montana’s eclectic Klezmer band offers Eastern European folk music with a Western edge. Where the Old World meets the New West, they play howlin’ good music. The Coyote Gypsies duo: Mark Schlenz, violin, and Jane Freeburg, accordion with guitar, bass and percussion.