Are you up for a good time, lots of laughs and some really great music?
In that case we've got just the show for you.
The ASHTōNZ will be at BGAS April 20th. Do they ever bring fun to the stage! Chief Agitator of the group, Charlie Searle, says, "we want to have fun and hope it rubs off." Enthusiastic audiences report the ASHTōNZ do just that. They do bring fun and it does rub off.
They modestly bill themselves as a band playing a "low degree of difficulty rock/pop/country/folk mixed with the occasional shot of 'blooze' that's safe for almost the entire (dysfunctional) family.
The band members are Charlie Searle on Jew's Harp, cow bell, guitar and vocals; Nathan Gillis on guitar and mandolin; Jason Figueroa on saxophone and Steve Haderle on drums. Nathan, Jason and Charlie also write originals for the group. ASHTōNZ was nominated this year for the Gazette's Best of the Springs Award. It's no wonder. They've earned a huge, enthusiastic following since their debut at the Speedtrap in Palmer Lake in 2013. We are delighted we could nab them for you. So popular in 2017 they played 45 shows and by January 2018 were already booked for 21 more.
This is a show for your friends and family. Bring them all on April 20th. The show begins at 7:00. Drop in at 5:30 to jam with us or just listen and tap your toes to the music. You'll want to claim your seat early for this one. See you there.
Paul-David is an active professional singer/songwriter. He has a degree in Music Education (k-12, vocal and instrumental) from the University of Missouri/Kansas City Conservatory of Music. He has played with nationally known recording artist, Santiago Fernandez. He has been active as a professional musician since 1979.
Mr. Almond is a multiple instrumentalist, concentrating on guitar, bass, drums, and voice. He has toured with Celebrant Singers, across the United States, and in Europe.