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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.

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Lee Penn Sky: 5 - 8pm

 

Lee's songwriting is deceptively simple, but the unadorned nature of his writing makes the songs all the more powerful - he has a way of cutting to the heart of a matter and often compared to Colin Hay. He has a unique almost lazy vocal style

Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Gayle Chapman: 5pm - 8pm

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!

Friday, May 24th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Cunningham & Moss: 5pm - 8pm

 

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, May 25th, 2019

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.

Sunday, May 26th, 2019

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.

Monday, May 27th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

 

Spencer Batt: 5pm - 8pm

Born and raised in the hop fields of Idaho's Snake River Valley, Spencer Batt's earthy sound is a direct product of his upbringing. Much time was spent sitting in the back of his father’s pickup truck listening to 60's and 70's rock 'n roll while cruising through the fields. It wasn't until dropping out of concert band and piano lessons that he found his love for guitar at the age of 16. From there he would go on to the University of Idaho where he would start his first band Clearview, and begin the path of singer/songwriter. Upon graduation, Spencer found himself without a proper job secured, but was scraping by playing music. This free spirited attitude turned out to be the catalyst that would ultimately lead to the incarnation of Boise based band Soul Serene. After 4 years of hitting the local scene and touring the northwest, Spencer returned to the University of Idaho to complete a master’s degree. Upon graduation in May 2014, Spencer once again decided to forego a “traditional” career and returned to music. Since then he has played nearly five hundred shows, crafted tens of songs, and has smiled more than the average guy should. Spencer plans to continue his quest in the music business, and hopes to release his eponymous debut on his own record label, Fargo Road Records, in 2016.   

 

Tuesday, May 28th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Rob Harding: 5pm - 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.

 

Wednesday, May 29th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Rebecca Scott: 5pm - 8pm

Singer-Songwriter Rebecca Scott has been dazzling local & regional audiences for over two decades with her unique style of folk-pop-rock. Best known for her raw musical talent and high energy performances Rebecca performs with a five star band backing her. Her music can be described as feel good music for people of all ages. Rebecca has released four albums of original music and has a fifth on the way.

Thursday, May 30th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

 

Sean Hatton: 5pm - 8pm

 

Sean Hatton is widely 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

Friday, May 31st, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Shon Sanders: 5pm - 8pm 

 

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.

Saturday, June 1st, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Wilson Roberts: 5pm - 8pm

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. 

Sunday, June 2nd, 2019

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. 

 

 

Monday, June 3rd, 2019

BAR365 | Free and Open to the Public

Johnny & Jen: 5pm - 8pm

Johnny is a guitar and mandolin picker and singer/songwriter from Boise, Idaho. Born in Brooklyn, NY, his journey from there to Idaho provided ample source material for songs which he eventually started putting on paper. After running Boise's local guitar shop for 26 years as well as playing solo and in bands along the way, he has turned his full attention (or obsession) to writing and performing his own songs. This performance, he will be joined by his musically inclined daughter, Jen. 

Tuesday, June 4th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Brett Reid: 5pm - 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, June 5th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

 

 

 

Scott Knickerbocker: 5pm - 8pm

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.

 

Thursday, June 6th, 2019

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...

 

 

Friday, June 7th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Cunningham & Moss: 5pm - 8pm 

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, June 8th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Sweaty Fish: 5-8pm

 

Jerry Smith:   Jerry started playing drums for events and club dates when he was 10 y/o in Carlsbad, NM.  He has opened for George Strait and played in cover bands from coast to coast.  He plays guitar, bass, harmonica, mandolin, piano and sings in the shower, as well as on stage every chance he gets.  He has lived in the Treasure Valley for 12 years and loves to perform.  Rick Delyea: Rick has been playing professionally in the Treasure Valley since 1986.  He plays lead guitar, bass and sings lead and backing vocals in the Sweaty Fish and has been the guiding light for numerous cover bands throughout the area during his tenure in the Treasure Valley.  Peter Baker:  Peter has performed for decades on stage and screen including American Bandstand and clubs in Southern California in and around Coachella Valley including Casinos.  Peter plays drums and sings lead and provides harmony parts with the Sweaty Fish and enjoys being part of the music scene in the Treasure Valley! 

Sunday, June 9th, 2019

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.

Monday, June 10th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Michaela French: 5pm-8pm 

A musician, potter, soap maker, herbalist, chicken wrangler, explorer. Michaela has been playing music for a living over the past thirty years. Her music, both as a song writer and player inspire participation in cultural expression. Originally from Switzerland, residing in he US since 1994 she has played venues all over the Southern Idaho area over the past 15 years. In the Nineties she traveled throughout Europe and the US playing on the streets and in cafes both as a solo performer and in a duo/trio band setting

 

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Jonah Shue: 5pm-8pm

Jonah Shue has been involved in music and performing since he was able to hold an instrument. Music was happening and in the air with his mother and father playing and organizing dances for friends since, what one can only call, the beginning. Early lessons on the fiddle led to studying guitar in junior high school. He studied with many of the region's finest players and teachers before pursuing classical guitar at the University of Oregon. Returning to Boise in 1991, Jonah played in local bands and taught private lessons at Old Boise Guitar Co. before moving to Boston in 1995 to study jazz guitar, violin, and improvisation at the Berklee College of Music. Traveling and playing throughout Europe and Asia, he came back to Boise in 2002 and co-founded Old Boise Music Studios where he has been teaching since 2005. A life long devotee of swinging dance music, he is happy to maintain a busy performing schedule with 3 great swinging dance bands  The Country Club, The Frim Fram Four, and The Hokum Hi-Flyers. Jonah loves being crazy busy with music and living with his wife and two sons in Boise, Idaho.

 

Wednesday, June 12th, 2019

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.

 

 

Thursday, June 13th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Ashley Rose: 5pm - 8pm

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, June 14th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Lee Penn Sky: 5pm - 8pm

Lee's songwriting is deceptively simple, but the unadorned nature of his writing makes the songs all the more powerful - he has a way of cutting to the heart of a matter and often compared to Colin Hay. He has a unique almost lazy vocal style.

 

Saturday, June 15th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Wilson Roberts: 5pm - 8pm

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. 

Monday, June 17th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Brook Faulk: 5pm - 8pm 

The love of music for singer/songwriter Brook Faulk comes from the same motto that makes most businesses successful...location, location, location. Raised on a cattle ranch under the Western sky, Brook comes from a long line of real cowboys and rodeo men. She grew up listening to all the old country favorites with her dad, while driving down the long dusty roads. It was there that Brook developed her love affair with music. A throwback from the past, she began singing at a young age, quickly finding her way into the rural music scene of country fairs, coffee houses, and local honkytonks.

 

Tuesday, June 18th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Brett Reid: 5pm - 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.

 

Wednesday, June 19th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Lisa Bittick: 5pm - 8pm

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!"

Thursday, June 20th, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

 

  

Thomas Paul: 5pm - 8pm

Thomas Paul is a composer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter from Boise, Idaho. Thomas is adept in a diverse range of musical genres spanning from garage rock to lounge blues to folk and, according to Michael Deeds of The Idaho Statesman he “is a talented dude. He’s been in more Boise bands than any sane musician should, and he plays essentially any instrument with strings or keys plopped in front of him. He’s also eccentric. Can music be funky and ominous? Paul’s can.” His talents are demonstrated on vocals, guitar, bass, keyboard, mandolin and accordion both in live performances and on his albums ‘Goodbye, Waterloo…‘(2011) and ‘House On Fire ‘(2009), and his EPs “Yours, Etc…’ (2004) and ‘Interference’ (2015).

 

Friday, June 21st, 2019

BAR365 | Free & Open to the Public

Cunningham & Moss: 5 - 8pm

 

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.