3/5

March Madness Spring Party

All Ages | 8 pm

March Madness Spring Party

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    3/6

    Lauren Anderson

    Katy Guillen and The Girls
    Slick Nick Schnebelen

    18 & Over | 8 pm

    Lauren Anderson

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        Slick Nick Schnebelen

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          3/7

          KU Hillel Bagels and Basketball

          18 & Over | 2:30 pm

          KU Hillel Bagels and Basketball

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            3/7

            late show: Yung Grandpa

            TVRNT

            18 & Over | 10 pm

            late show: Yung Grandpa

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              TVRNT

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                3/8

                Title Fight

                Mechandise
                Power Trip

                $16 | All Ages | 7 pm

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                Jamie Rhoden
                Ned Russin
                Shane Moran
                Ben Russin

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                    3/9

                    Open Mic

                    18 & Over | 8 pm

                    Open Mic

                    Open Mic is the Bottleneck's earliest contribution to the Lawrence music scene, offering a stage for up-and-coming bands and artists. This long-standing tradition has existed since the conception of this historic and renowned venue, and it continues to this day.

                    Open Mic is generally held every Monday; however, it is subject to change due to previously scheduled acts.

                    There are usually members of Pipeline Artist Management & Bottleneck Booking in attendance to see whose performing.

                    To sign up, please email openmic@thebottlenecklive.com. Please include your Band Name, Genre and number of musicians along with your preferred time slots. These slots are booked on a first come basis, so specific times are not guaranteed.

                    9:30- 10:10
                    10:30-11:10
                    11:30-12:10
                    12:30-1:10

                    You MAY NOT sign up any sooner than 2 weeks of the date you wish to play. You may not sign up for two consecutive weeks.

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                    3/11

                    LFK Poetry Slam

                    18 & Over | 7 pm

                    LFK Poetry Slam

                    The LFK Poetry Slam celebrates its move to the Bottleneck with the first of three monthly shows booked for the spring of 2015!

                    Includes drink specials, featured readers, plus guest appearances and merchandise available from featured publishers. Open-mic @ 7pm, slam starts @ 8.

                    For additional information, visit www.wordpress.com/lfkpoetryslam or like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/lfkslam

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                    3/13

                    Psychic Heat

                    The Sluts
                    Gnarly Davidson

                    18 & Over | 8 pm

                    Psychic Heat

                    Steve/Evan Herd - Guitar/Vox
                    Tanner Spreer - Guitar
                    Sam Boatright - Bass
                    Joel Coon - Drums/Keyboards/Guitar/BackingVox/Production

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                    The Sluts

                    The Sluts are a two-piece garage rock/punk/grunge act from Lawrence Fucking Kansas.

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                    Gnarly Davidson

                    LFK's premier Beer-Rock band

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                    3/14

                    Black Luck

                    Varma Cross
                    Spencer Mackenzie Brown

                    All Ages | 8 pm

                    Black Luck

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                        Spencer Mackenzie Brown

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                          3/17

                          4pm Dr. Cotton

                          3pm Carswell & HOpe
                          2pm Nicholas St. James

                          All Ages | 9 am

                          4pm Dr. Cotton

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                            3pm Carswell & HOpe

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                                3/19

                                Jesse Cain DJ Sets

                                18 & Over | 8 pm

                                Jesse Cain DJ Sets

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                                  3/20

                                  Sylvan Esso

                                  Flock of Dimes

                                  $15 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                                  Sylvan Esso was not meant to be a band. Rather, Amelia Meath had written a song called “Play It Right” and sung it with her trio Mountain Man. She’d met Nick Sanborn, an electronic producer working under the name Made of Oak, in passing on a shared bill in a small club somewhere. She asked him to scramble it, to render her work his way. He did the obligatory remix, but he sensed that there was something more important here than a one-time handoff: Of all the songs Sanborn had ever recast, this was the first time he felt he’d added to the raw material without subtracting from it, as though, across the unseen wires of online file exchange, he’d found his new collaborator without even looking.

                                  Meath felt it, too. Schedules aligned. Moves were made. And as 2012 slipped into 2013, Sanborn and Meath reconvened in the unlikely artistic hub of Durham, N.C., a former manufacturing town with cheap rent and good food. Sylvan Esso became a band. A year later, their self-titled debut—a collection of vivid addictions concerning suffering and love, darkness and deliverance—arrives as a necessary pop balm, an album stuffed with songs that don’t suffer the longstanding complications of that term.

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                                  Flock of Dimes

                                  Flock of Dimes is the solo project of Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner.

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                                  3/23

                                  Consider the Source

                                  Pigeons Playing Ping Pong

                                  $11 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                                      3/24

                                      Born Cages

                                      Dreamers
                                      The Kickback

                                      $11 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                                            3/27

                                            Paper Buffalo

                                            Westerners

                                            All Ages | 8 pm

                                            Paper Buffalo

                                            Just a Lawrence band lookin for some love.

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                                            Westerners

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                                              3/28

                                              Little Class Presents BG

                                              All Ages | 8 pm

                                              Little Class Presents BG

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                                                4/1

                                                Dopapod

                                                $11 - $13 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                                                Dopapod

                                                Dopapod is not so much a jam band as they are a band that improvises. They are an electronic band without computers. They are a metal band with groove and soul. They are a funk band that’s not afraid to get intricate. With no regard towards toward stylistic boundaries, the sound that emerges from the quartet both live and in the studio is as varied and diverse as the many influences that they adapt from. Their approach to complementing a distinct genre bending sound to top-notch musicianship is what has kept the quartet committed to evolving their unique brand. This progressive song writing leaves room for boundless improvisational exploration and has been the root of why more and more music lovers are steadily growing in numbers eagerly returning for more.

                                                In the past three years, Dopapod has been tirelessly planting its seed in ears throughout the entire East Coast and into the Midwest with their infectious and sensory live performances. Covering all this ground has seen the young, yet seasoned group make appearances at numerous festivals including Camp Bisco, Mountain Jam, Gathering Of the Vibes, Bonnaroo, Burning Man, Catskill Chill, Bear Creek, The Big Up, Rootwire, and more. Their electric live showcase has been cultivating a fast growing, loyal fan base, and seen them share bills with artists such as Moe, Lotus, EOTO, Papadosio, Zach Deputy, Sam Kininger (Lettuce, Soulive), and Carl Palmer (Emerson, Lake, & Palmer).

                                                Redivider is Dopapod’s third studio effort. Having been recorded and released less than a year after the band’s last record Drawn Onward came out, recording was done at Tyrone Farm, a scenic and completely solar powered farm in the small town of Pomfret, CT. Opting to take a different route than recording in a studio, the band brought their own to the barn of the farm and produced it by themselves. Redivider displays a drastic evolution in the band’s songwriting skills as well as marking the first time ever that the band has added vocals into songs. The added texture serves as yet another dimension in what allows the band to look in multiple directions at one time while remaining focused on a cohesive blend of sound.

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                                                4/4

                                                Shovels and Rope

                                                Inlaws

                                                $17 - $19 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                                                Necessity is the mother of invention. Less is more. Make it work with what you've got. 2 Guitars, a junkyard drum kit (harvested from an actual garbage heap- adorned with tamborines, flowers and kitchen rags), a handful of harmonicas, voices, and above all.. songs. Cary Ann Hearst & Michael Trent prefer to keep it simple. They have cleverly managed to take 3 separate recording projects and combine them into 1 cohesive, folk rock, sloppy tonk, harmonized, loose but tight, streamlined audience killing machine.

                                                Michael Trent (Texas/Colorado) has just released his second solo album entitled "The Winner", and Cary Ann Hearst (Mississippi/Tennessee) is about to release her second record "Lions & Lambs". Together hey have one duo release "Shovels & Rope" which was came out in 2008 and are currently working on the follow up "Shovels & Rope V.2" in their house, van, and backyard. At the shows, expect to hear a little something from any or all of these releases - while the duo switch instruments and share lead vocal duties. Also prepare to rethink your definition of a live rock band.

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                                                Inlaws

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                                                  4/16

                                                  Reptar

                                                  $13 - $16 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                                                  There are four boys who make up Reptar. They have offered twice as many (if not more) explanations for why they chose to name their band after a Rugrats character. Â But these days, the Athens, GA based group is sticking to this one: “I first tried to name the band Invisible Boyfriend,” giggles singer-guitarist Graham Ulicny. “And everybody goes, ‘that is the stupidest name I have ever heard in my life.” So why Reptar? “It is the second stupidest band name we have ever heard.”

                                                  Indeed, there is no pretense behind Reptar, which also includes Andrew McFarland (drums), Ryan Engelberger (Bass), and William Kennedy (analog keyboards). Â Still, the ability to amuse and arouse their fans is just as important to them as indulging their musical curiosities. Â This sonic wanderlust extends from African Music to post-punk to psych-pop and converges joyously in songs such as “Blastoff” and “Rainbounce,” and it’s won them high fives from NPR and NME alike.

                                                  Their aesthetic percolates even more vibrantly through their debut LP, Body Faucet, out May 1, 2012 on Vagrant Records. Â A set of shimmering sing-along anthems produced by Ben Allen (Animal Collective, Deerhunter, Washed Out), Body Faucet is propelled by jerky guitars and persistent beats. Â “The record feels like a big dream with different chapters,” says Ryan. “Ghost Bike” captures the space between witnessing a friend’s death and surviving it. In “Sebastian” (named after a saint who became a gay icon), it’s experiencing, then remembering, a sexual awakening with a close friend. Â Lyrics and music flow in a liquid form from real places, each song oozing with a different color and substance. Â “We wanted to capture the thoughts we project on our surroundings and the ideas that flow in and out of us each day,” says Graham. Â Indeed, much of the record deals with exploring and interacting with one’s surroundings in new, occasionally frustrating, ways. Â The album builds with songs such as “New House,” expressing a future of possibilities. Â A centerpiece of sorts, notes Andrew, “it’s the most driving song on the record, and it’s really empowering live.”

                                                  If Reptar had a superpower, it’d be the knack for warming up every space they inhabit. Â “Our music is very physical,” says Ryan. Â “We always try to get people moving.” This is wired into the DNA of the band, which honed its chops on house shows and continues to keep them a central part of its life. Â These shows began three years ago when they moved into a teetering, buttercup yellow abode together. Â “It was slanted at a 20-degree angle,” Ryan explains, “and we’d have shows in the front room.” Â Word spread, and soon they were popping up around at other houses, then clubs.

                                                  Reptar even rounded out their stint at last year’s SXSW by playing in a friend’s backyard. Â Impressed by this commitment to connect, NME later rhapsodized about that bouncy set performed on a flatbed truck, anointing Reptar one of the “biggest buzzes” at the festival. Â “Little kids were running around selling cupcakes to drunk people for exorbitant amounts of money,” marvels Graham. Â Reptar, of course, played for free.

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                                                  4/19

                                                  Bane

                                                  Backtrack
                                                  Malfunction
                                                  Amenaza

                                                  $14 - $16 | All Ages | 7 pm

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                                                          4/20

                                                          Passafire

                                                          Stranger

                                                          $11 - $13 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                                                          Passafire

                                                          Calling Savannah, GA home, Passafire was formed in 2003 by students attending Savannah College of
                                                          Art and Design. After performing on a stage outside Atlanta’s Hi Fi Buys Amphitheatre in 2006 where
                                                          the hybrid rock band, Pepper, was opening for 311, a member of Passafire slipped to Pepper a copy of
                                                          the band’s self-titled debut album, Passafire. Pepper had just founded the independent LAW Records
                                                          with plans to selectively recruit and nurture bands they actually experienced and were impressed by while
                                                          out on the road - as opposed to sitting in some distant office and combing through piles of demos. “We’re
                                                          out there every day, meeting and playing with new bands,” says Pepper bassist/singer, Bret Bollinger.
                                                          “It’s not a guessing game. We get to meet them, watch them live...”
                                                          “And spot their work ethic,” Singer/guitarist, Kaleo Wassman interjects with emphasis,
                                                          Passafire developed their sizable fanbase by logging miles all over the US (particularly, in the southeast),
                                                          which attracted the established booking agent, Monterey International who has taken the band to the
                                                          next level of touring. Passafire has performed with a variety of major acts including The Wailers, Van
                                                          Halen, Israel Vibrations, 311, Toots and the Maytals, Los Lonely Boys, Bares Hammond, John
                                                          Brown’s Body, Matisyahu, the Aggrolites and Dub Trio. The band lives on the road, playing live
                                                          throughout the year. Singer, Ted Bowne doesn’t mind the grueling schedule and adds, “Touring is the
                                                          best way to keep the buzz about the band going. What keeps it fun and exciting is the people we meet
                                                          and places we get to see. We are in a new city every day so there's always something to go see or do. If
                                                          we didn't tour constantly, we wouldn't be doing as well as we are. That's a fact.”

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                                                            4/22

                                                            Infamous Stringdusters

                                                            $16 - $19 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                                                            Dismiss labels. Forget trying to fit into a scene. Be true and play your songs.

                                                            That encompasses the prevailing spirit of Let It Go, the fifth studio album from Grammy-nominated bluegrass expansionists The Infamous Stringdusters. The new effort, released April 1 on the band’s own High Country Recordings, finds the band on firm footing, at ease with an evolving sound that defies categorization. It’s acoustic music, sure, but not the kind you’ll hear from any other band. Roots can be traced but boundaries don’t exist.

                                                            The Infamous Stringdusters have proven they can both mine the past and look forward to the unknown, and their new album is a touchstone for a group of tightly bonded musicians completely comfortable with each other and their collective identity.

                                                            Perhaps the sentiment is best summarized through five joined voices in the mountaintop gospel-hued title track: “If it’s worry you’ve been feeling over things you can’t control, it’s time to let it go.”

                                                            The Evolution

                                                            When The Infamous Stringdusters first emerged eight years ago, the band was immediately branded fast-picking Nashville wunderkinds, a new-generation super group built to revive the high lonesome sound. Then came immediate accolades—IBMA awards, a chart-topping self-titled album for Sugar Hill Records and a Grammy nomination for “Best Country Instrumental” (for “Magic No. 9″ from the 2010 album Things That Fly). Incendiary chops, complete with undeniable instrumental virtuosity and heartfelt harmonies, immediately positioned the band to be longstanding bluegrass torchbearers.

                                                            But for the five members of The Stringdusters—Andy Hall (Dobro), Andy Falco (guitar), Chris Pandolfi (banjo), Jeremy Garrett (fiddle) and Travis Book (upright bass)—reverence for traditionalism has always been only part of the equation. The group has always remained intent on fostering something bigger, more original. It’s this desire—and the combined efforts of uniquely creative minds—that has brought the quintet to its current place as multi-dimensional string explorers, mixing tight song craft from a variety of musical styles with a flare for improvisation. Armed with an exhilarating, often-unpredictable live show, the open-minded approach has certainly resonated and allowed the band to easily fit on a diverse set of stages—from Telluride and Grey Fox to Bonnaroo and High Sierra—building crowds along the way that fill some of the country’s best rock clubs.

                                                            The Lifestyle Experience

                                                            The past year was particularly transformative, as the band members realized there was no need to go through the formulaic motions in a shaky music industry. Bolstered by the support of a loyal and dedicated grassroots fan base, The Infamous Stringdusters are constantly looking for opportunities to create new experiences. Oftentimes it happens on stage, like the recent sit-ins from Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh or jazz guitar legend John Scofield. Other times it’s through accompanying adventures, like the band’s August 2013 trip on the Middle Fork of Idaho’s Salmon River.

                                                            Following the group’s 2013 summer American Rivers Tour, which doubled as an awareness campaign for water sustainability issues in partnership with prominent outdoor industry companies including Patagonia, Klean Kanteen and Osprey Packs, the band members and select fans and friends embarked on a six-day float trip through an unspoiled wilderness area. With instruments in tow, the band played music daily, standing on the banks of the river or sitting together in campsite circles. The inspiration of natural surroundings yielded fresh songs that landed on the new album. “Middlefork” is a newgrass instrumental that conveys the mood of being free in pristine open spaces. “Where The Rivers Run Cold” features a fast progression and introspective lyrics that peak with a bold chorus about enjoying the beauty that surrounds.

                                                            In The Studio

                                                            When it was time to record Let It Go, the band came together in the fall at White Star Sound, a secluded studio with rustic, close-knit accommodations and state-of-the-art equipment, located on a vast, historic farm outside of Charlottesville, Virginia. It’s a quiet place, accessed by a dirt road, where chickens wander freely and long pastoral views can be enjoyed in every direction. With no distractions, it was the perfect place to distill an overflowing well of ideas that had been filling since the band’s last release, 2012’s Silver Sky.

                                                            The result is easily the band’s most cohesive musical statement to date. It’s a record that respects the studio process. Dynamic picking is delivered with restrained grace, in service to song. There’s stylistic range within the context of a unified vision, as melodic reflective tunes wander between nuanced expansive folk (“I’ll Get Away”), anthemic country jams (“Colorado”), freewheelin’ acoustic rock (“Peace of Mind” and “Light & Love”) and dusty balladry (“Rainbows”).

                                                            The members of The Infamous Stringdusters now all reside in different locations. Hall and Pandolfi recently felt the calling of the mountains and both moved to Colorado. Guitar ace Falco returned to his roots in Long Island to be near family, while Garrett remains in Nashville, where he’s known as a prolific songwriter. Book dwells quietly in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, near the site of the band’s annual October festival The Festy Experience.

                                                            Occasional separation has proven to be a good thing. It’s important to remember these are five musicians with unique individual talents, but they all realize they have an undeniably special chemistry when they come together. That was apparent from day one. But now after years of growth—both personal and professional—the band has cast off labels and found an existence where music is about a greater connection. Through friendship, democracy, skill, passion and open minds, it’s a broader lifestyle filled with community and plenty of celebration.

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                                                            4/30

                                                            Major Games

                                                            Psychic Heat
                                                            Maybe Not

                                                            18 & Over | 8 pm

                                                            Major Games

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                                                              Psychic Heat

                                                              Steve/Evan Herd - Guitar/Vox
                                                              Tanner Spreer - Guitar
                                                              Sam Boatright - Bass
                                                              Joel Coon - Drums/Keyboards/Guitar/BackingVox/Production

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                                                                5/19

                                                                Bad Manners

                                                                $16 - $18 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                                                                Bad Manners, composed of vocalist Buster Bloodvessel (born Douglas Trendle), Louis Cook (guitar), David Farren (bass), Martin Stewart (keyboards), Brian Tuitti (drums), Gus Herman (trumpet), Chris Kane (saxophone), and Andrew Marson (saxophone), were one of the many bands to take their inspiration from the Specials and the ska revival movement in England in the late '70s. They quickly became the novelty favorites of the fad through their bald, enormous-bodied frontman's silly on-stage antics, earning early exposure through 2-Tone Records package tours and an appearance in the live documentary Dance Craze. In the early '80s, they managed several U.K. hits including "Ne-Ne Na-Na Na-Na Nu-Nu," "Lip Up Fatty," "Special Brew," and "Can Can." By the mid-'80s, the ska craze was over and the band retired temporarily after the release of 1985's Mental Notes, only to return in 1989 with Return of the Ugly, remaining a live attraction despite a lack of concurrent hits. By the mid-'90s, a third wave ska revival renewed interest in the band. Eat the Beat was released in 1996 and Uneasy Listening followed in 1997, as well as several collections from the band's peak years.

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                                                                March
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