2018 Tiny Deck Concerts

//2018 Tiny Deck Concerts

2018 Tiny Deck Concerts

Back for its 2nd Season! Join us for Tiny Deck Concerts select Fridays, 6-7:30pm, throughout the summer. Meet us on the east deck and grab dinner, drinks and friends!

Vanessa Ellsbury

June 1  |  6-7:30pm

Vanessa is a local singer/song writer/multi-instrumentalist musician. Picking up her first guitar at age 11, she hasn’t stopped since! Her sound can best be described as sultry and haunting with a little soul and blues dropped in. Listen.

Britches & Hose

June 29  |  6-7:30pm
britches and hose

Nicknamed the “band to melt all faces” by some people on the Internet, Britches & Hose Ukulele Club is an eight-piece all-ukulele-all-the-time ensemble from central Iowa. Using a combination of ukuleles, voices, and rock-star charisma, Britches & Hose delivers a new twist on popular songs. Song selection ranges from folk to pop to arena rock – you’re never quite sure what B&H will play next.

Ben Schrag & The Cautionaries

July 20  |  6-7:30pm

Ben Schrag & The Cautionaries are a free-wheeling acoustic throwdown, channeling inquisitive indie-folk with plenty of musical punch. ​

“Lucid and intricate songwriting … emotionally stirring” ~Iowa State Daily

“Crystal clear upper vocal range and immensely pleasing, catchy originals” ~Nate Logsdon, Iowa Informer

Pleather & Feather

August 17  |  6-7:30pm

Live and in person its Ames’ most bizarre live streaming show Yarn House Live. Pleather & Feather, with members Leslie & Ribbons the Chicken, is sure to offer laughs, raps, songs and egg replacement recipes.  They will be live streaming this event with internet and audience participation.  http://www.yarnhouse.live

Fred Love

September 7  |  6-7:30pm

Fred Love is a songwriter and veteran of the rock scene in Ames, Iowa. A native of a tiny town in rural eastern Iowa, Fred has always thought of his music as an extension of the most primal forms in the American songbook. Accordingly, he’s decided to leave behind the standard pop-rock conventions in favor of a smaller and more intimate ensemble that includes acoustic guitar, mandolin and fiddle. Listen

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