Wesvtille Pub Calendar

Check out our calendar below. It has all the listings for this month and possibly next month (don't want to ruin the surprise). 

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Westville Pub Events

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April 2014
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Westville Pub
10:00 PM - 1:00 AM
The Westville All Stars lead this very popular night of blues music at the Pub every Tuesday. Sign up between 9-10 to jam with other blues aficionados from the Asheville area and beyond, or hang out and dance to the wide range of instruments and players that stop in each week.   Here's the Westville All Stars Live on YouTube, check out those Ashevillians rock!  
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Westville Pub
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Meet the brewers Free Swag
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Westville Pub
10:00 PM - 1:00 AM
Funkin' Up Your Fav's http://www.reverbnation.com/jamboogieband $5  Band Members:Digital Dan Chase, Chris Walden, Chris Kew, Naren Schoenacher, Nick HintonArtist Name:The Jamboogie BandHome Page:http://www.reverbnation.com/jamboogiebandActive Since:07/13Genres:Rock / Funk / Jam  
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Westville Pub
9:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Test your Smarts Bring a team Prizes
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Westville Pub
10:00 PM - 1:00 AM
The Westville All Stars lead this very popular night of blues music at the Pub every Tuesday. Sign up between 9-10 to jam with other blues aficionados from the Asheville area and beyond, or hang out and dance to the wide range of instruments and players that stop in each week.   Here's the Westville All Stars Live on YouTube, check out those Ashevillians rock!  
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Westville Pub
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Meet the brewers Free Swag
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Westville Pub
9:30 AM - 12:30 AM
Jazzin' and Jammin' FREE
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Westville Pub
10:00 PM - 1:00 AM
Country, Folk, Blues    http://brandonreevesmusic.com/ Free Roots & Soul singer/songwriter/guitarist Brandon Reeves has spent most of his time and energy performing 150 to 200 dates a year since 2008. Brandon's music is a cross between the guitar playing of John Hurt, the songwriting wit of John Prine and the soulful vocals of Sam Cooke. He has also shared the stage with Tab Benoit, Mark Rivera of Hall & Oates band and Ringo Starr's All Star Band, and members of the Zac Brown Band. Tom Wardman of Red Label Reviews said of his latest release, A Decent Melody, “His album offers so many different musical genres within the album itself, but also within independent tunes. It's Bluesy. It's groovy, It's Rocky. It's quite frankly awesome – I have no words to describe it! For that reason, you should check out his work yourself!”
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Westville Pub
9:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Test your Smarts Bring a team Prizes
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Westville Pub
10:00 PM - 1:00 AM
The Westville All Stars lead this very popular night of blues music at the Pub every Tuesday. Sign up between 9-10 to jam with other blues aficionados from the Asheville area and beyond, or hang out and dance to the wide range of instruments and players that stop in each week.   Here's the Westville All Stars Live on YouTube, check out those Ashevillians rock!  
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Westville Pub
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Meet the Brewers Free Swag SweetWater’s roots began back in Boulder, Colorado in the early 90′s while Freddy Bensch and Kevin McNerney were roommates at the University of Colorado, Boulder. During their time out west, they realized they had more of a hankering for beer than books. Their first step into the profession was washing kegs on the loading docks of a local brewery for free beer. Not a bad job when you’re in college! With all this free beer, their grades went up, their cars got fixed, friends were plentiful and the sun shined a little brighter. Once they were finished with school, it was time to either find a real job, or get serious in the brewing business. Easy choice, right? Freddy and Kevin headed off to the American Brewers Guild in California aka Brewing School to sharpen up their knowledge of “Fermentation Science”! After that they were off and running brewing beer for other breweries around the west coast, learning their craft while keeping the dream of their own place alive. In the summer of 1996, the energy and action of the Olympics brought Freddy to Atlanta.He found this town in need of a West Coast style brewery and knew that he and Kevin were just the guys to turn the local brewing scene on its ear with the hoppy, aggressive ales they had been brewing for years. The boys scraped together (with the help of generous friends, family and loans) just enough money go get started and the first brewery for SweetWater was off of Fulton Industrial Boulevard, on Atlanta’s west side. As they were building their very own brewery, Freddy sought a little cool relief by kayaking down Sweetwater Creek, in a state park just west of the brewery. The name of the brewery became obvious and the motto “Don’t Float the Mainstream” became the guide. February 17, 1997 marked the official beginning of SweetWater Brewery, and a new style of brewing and selling beer in Atlanta as the boys wandered around Atlanta in an old van with Freddy’s dog Badger. After ending up on the wrong side of the tracks a few times, they were finally pointed in the direction of Virginia-Highlands and found a few bars willing to take a chance on them. “We’ll give you a shot as long as your dog stops begging for leftovers on our patio” was the cautious approval they needed to get the brand rolling. SweetWater’s second and current location is in Midtown Atlanta, adjacent to Ansley Park, in the Armour Circle Industrial Park just off of Piedmont and Monroe. The boys saved all of their pennies to buy the 25,000 square feet of brewing goodness and smack in the middle of all the action. Since the company began we’ve wanted to be closer to our homes, the bars and stores that sell our beer, and all the good folks that drink it. Fortunately seven years of great growth gave the company that opportunity. We learned a lot from that location and left all those mistakes behind as we built our new home. SweetWater Brewing Company has been here since 2004 and it feels good to be settled in. Our new home has enough capacity to brew 100,000 barrels of beer a year (A few more years at this rate.)
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Westville Pub
10:00 PM - 1:00 AM
Acoustic Jamgrass   http://www.reverbnation.com/tonightsnoise $5   View Photos Prev2 of 7Next Feedback   Tonight's Noise was formed in early 2012 in upstate South Carolina with the goal in mind of bringing together the most capable and diverse musicians the southeast has to offer. A trio of working musicians who can reach from deep down, sultry blues to blistering fast bluegrass bliss at the nod of a head. With an array of originals taking you across landscapes of latin grooves and funk flavors with a new grass/roots feel that reminds you that you're still home. Bassist Sam Kruer and guitarist Matt Fassas first met at Eastern Kentucky University where both were studying music and getting hired out by a variety of local talent, including their own college music professors. Around the same time, mandolin player Matt Purinton was making his first big move from the Carolinas out west to Colorado where he toured the west coast and Rocky Mountains with various jam/bluegrass outfits. Around early 2009 the Carolina's were calling Purinton to come back home, and for Fassas to find a new start. Greenville, SC provided a comfy nest for the musicians to grow, and a nice place for Kruer to land in mid 2011. Now Tonight's Noise is taking over and turning heads as they gear up for a tour in Fall 2012. Members of Tonight's Noise have performed with or opened for the following artists: Leon Russell, The Avett Brothers, The Carolina Chocolate Drops, Rebecca Lynn, John Keane, The Asylum Street Spankers, The Blind Corn Liquor Pickers, and many more...
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Westville Pub
9:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Test your Smarts Bring a team Prizes
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Westville Pub
10:00 PM - 1:00 AM
The Westville All Stars lead this very popular night of blues music at the Pub every Tuesday. Sign up between 9-10 to jam with other blues aficionados from the Asheville area and beyond, or hang out and dance to the wide range of instruments and players that stop in each week.   Here's the Westville All Stars Live on YouTube, check out those Ashevillians rock!  
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Westville Pub
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Meet the Brewers Free Swag
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Westville Pub
10:00 PM - 1:00 AM
Americana / Indy / Folk http://www.reverbnation.com/janglingsparrows $5 View Photos Artist Bio Almost born on the airplane from Columbus to Philly, The Jangling Sparrow prefers to quietly let others play their hand. He has cultivated a passionate, loyal following with original yet reverent, arresting music. Edgy and misty, Edelman's lyrics, song crafting, vocals, technical prowess and raw performances are the stuff that make people feel that they've truly discovered something special and earned him universal respect by peers as well. Veteran of notable Philadelphia bands, The Butcher Holler Boys, Naked Omaha, The Boxcars, and The Jangling Sparrows, Paul has shared bills with Scott Miller, Robert Earl Kean, James McMurtry, Neko Case, Big Sandy, Langhorne Slim, Patty Larkin, Marah, Matt Hebert, Cordero, McGowan, Drive-by Truckers, Buried Beds, Twinemen, Neil Cleary, Bottle Rockets, among many others. Paul has worked with some of the industries greatest names, he has recorded with Jimmy Johnson (founder Muscle Shoals Studio), Nashville Session Staple drummer, Martin Parker (Ricky Scaggs, Allison Krauss, Pattti Loveless) And Keyboardist Steve Fordham ( Mavis Staples) Paul recently relocated to Asheville, NC where he quickly grabbed winner of the 2009 Flat Rock Music Festival songwriter competition and is set release his new efort-Stranger Things and Truer Words-in winter 2013. You can sample and purchase The Jangling Sparrows first album- North American and Susquehanna -on ITunes and at www.cdbaby.com.
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Westville Pub
9:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Test your Smarts Bring a team Prizes
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Westville Pub
10:00 PM - 1:00 AM
The Westville All Stars lead this very popular night of blues music at the Pub every Tuesday. Sign up between 9-10 to jam with other blues aficionados from the Asheville area and beyond, or hang out and dance to the wide range of instruments and players that stop in each week.   Here's the Westville All Stars Live on YouTube, check out those Ashevillians rock!  
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Westville Pub
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Meet the Brewers Free Swag Our 20th Anniversary! 03.01.2014 Leah Wong Ashburn 1 Comments  Highland Brewing Celebrates with “20 Beers for 20 Years” and April 19 partyTwenty years has passed since we first opened our creaky basement door! We're celebrating our anniversary with you on April 19th at the PLAID PARTY where you can get our limited edition Highland 20th Anniversary Scotch Ale. In addition to the Scotch Ale, three more beers in the series of 20 will be released that night. The series is a masterpiece of brewing delights: Ten recipes from their archives honor the past and ten new recipes look to the future Four beers will be brewed on the 50-barrel system and packaged in kegs and 22-ounce bottles, forming a collectible mini-series. Each of these “Big Batches” will be developed by a Highland different brewer or brewers Sixteen beers will be kegged Three beers are collaborations with the other most senior breweries in town: Wedge, Green Man and French Broad With 20 beers from April to December, releases will occur every couple of weeks on average, and visitors are likely to find an anniversary brew on tap no matter what day they walk in. Beers will be revealed online, one by one, just prior to their releases. Oscar Wong, John Lyda and John McDermott bet long on a fledgling industry. In the US, there were 537 craft breweries in 1994. Today there are around 2,800 and it’s growing fast. Since 1994, the dream of being Asheville’s hometown brewery has changed, and it hasn’t.  “We thought we’d be the only ones, and here we are, with more breweries popping up all the time,” said founder Oscar Wong. “It’s terrific. We never thought we’d go this far, and now Leah is taking the company into the next generation, so we have much more to look forward to.” What hasn’t changed is that, despite vast development of beer culture and breweries in Asheville, Highland is rooted here by location and by name. “Our name anchors us here. The name “Highland” honors the legends of the Scots Irish which are so deeply woven into this area, the Southern Appalachians,” said Leah Wong Ashburn, Vice President. “I love telling people that my father, a Chinese man, born and raised in Jamaica, who considers himself Irish because he went to Notre Dame, owns a Scottish brewery. And now we’re turning 20. How amazing is that?”