2019 Women's World Cup
Jun
7
to Jul 7

2019 Women's World Cup

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The 2019 & 8th edition of the Women's World Cup takes place in France.

We broadcast all events, please see below our schedule. Make sure to join us for the Finals.

Final game is on July 7th

Enjoy our 2 giant indoor screens for all games; inquire with our staff about promotions & specials
Come support this International Sporting Event at the Asbury Biergarten & Festhalle


Match Schedule:
Date Time Team Team

6/8/19 9 AM Germany China — Germany Wins 1 - 0

6/8/19 12 PM Spain South Africa — Spain Wins 3 - 1

6/8/19 3 PM Norway Nigeria — Norway Wins 3 - 0

6/9/19 9:30 AM Brazil Jamaica — Brazil Wins 3-0

6/9/19 12 PM England Scotland — England Wins 2 - 0

6/10/19 12 PM Argentina Japan — Tie

6/10/19 3 PM Canada Cameroon — Canada Wins 1 - 0

6/11/19 9 AM New Zealand Netherlands — Netherlands Wins 1 - 0

6/11/19 12 PM Chile Sweden — Sweden Wins 2 - 0

6/11/19 3 PM USA Thailand — USA Wins 13 - 0

6/12/19 12 PM Germany Spain

6/12/19 3 PM France Norway

6/13/19 12 PM Australia Brazil

6/13/19 3 PM South Africa China

6/14/19 3 PM England Argentina

6/15/19 3 PM Canada New Zealand

6/16/19 12 PM USA Chile

6/17/19 12 PM China Spain

6/17/19 3 PM Nigeria France

6/17/19 3 PM Korea Republic Norway

6/18/19 3 PM Jamaica Australia

6/18/19 3 PM Italy Brazil

6/19/19 3 PM Japan England

6/19/19 3 PM Scotland Argentina

6/20/19 12 PM Cameroon New Zealand

6/20/19 12 PM Netherlands Canada

6/20/19 3 PM Sweden USA

6/20/19 3 PM Thailand Chile


Round of 16: TBA
Quarter Finals: TBA
Semi Finals: TBA
Finals: TBA

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Patchen & Roberts
Jun
22
5:00 PM17:00

Patchen & Roberts

Mild mannered music teachers by day...rockin' acoustic duo by night!  These guys help throw a helluva party with their amazing musicianship and song selections. Try and figure out how just two guys are making all of that music...

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Des and The Swagmatics
Jun
23
4:00 PM16:00

Des and The Swagmatics

Des and the Swagmatics is an Asbury Music Award winning band born to rock your funky souls! All of it's members have been seen in several of Asbury's most successful bands including Geena and Dragster, Last Perfect Thing, deSoL, Borialis, Spider Rockets and Hollywood Swingin'. Taking their love of rock licks and the soul stirring power of the raw gritty soul voices of the 60's and 70's combined with smooth bass grooves, tight drum pocket and keys arrangements reminiscent of the 90's, they are a band that should and will be on your radar this year and beyond!

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Music with Joseph Alton Miller
Jul
6
5:00 PM17:00

Music with Joseph Alton Miller

For years, Joseph Alton Miller has embraced the life of a wayfarer.

Whether it was hiking up Mount Katahdin in Maine or backpacking through Yosemite National Park in California, his "abandonment from society," as he calls it, has always allowed him time to reflect and pen his folk tunes.

Such an un-tethered lifestyle was the primary muse for his latest work, "Songs of Travel for the Vagabond," a striking new EP released in May. It's a work that deserves to introduce him to a much wider audience. 

His sound is reminiscent of a modern-day Woody Guthrie -- perhaps unsurprisingly, Miller names the genre luminary as one of his influences, and he included a cover of Guthrie's "Do Re Mi" on his new record.

But there's an extra layer to the 30-year-old songwriter. While the word "folk" is tattooed onto his left forearm, his right arm reads "hip hop."

The mix of influences is most apparent when listening to Philly blues artist Kuf Knotz rap over Miller's twangy guitar riff in "Dude, Where's My Whiskey?"

In the autobiographical tune, he sings about New Jersey -- his newly found home state, after growing up in the Finger Lakes region of New York.

"When I first moved to Jersey, I was very alone and acting like a bit of a recluse -- drinking often, sleeping with way too many women and just not being the best me that I knew I could be," the Hazlet resident said, in a recent interview. "I was ... thinking about my life, knowing it might be finally time to grow up. I wrote the song a couple of years after that trip."

"Songs of Travel for the Vagabond" is Miller's first release under under his full name. While Miller built a fan base of a few thousand through playing local shows over the years as "Joe Miller," he said it was difficult to market himself with such a common name. He's wiped the internet clean of his four previous records and aimed for a fresh start. 

Part of that fresh start is his lovely evocation of his "vagabond" existence, which you hear throughout the new EP. 
In "American Crow," he serenades in his smooth low-tone voice, "I'm making a friend with an American crow... Let me fly to another destination." Miller plucks away a groovy guitar riff while New Jersey blues musician Sandy Mack's old-timey harmonica quivers in the background.

"The American crow is a species that can be found in every area of North America -- adapting to all types of places and climates," Miller said. "I think we humans should be able to do the same thing -- leaving home every once in a while to experience what our planet has to offer."

Though more sedentary days seem to be on the horizon as Miller settles into the role of a new father. He and his wife Jarysel welcomed daughter Gabriela into the world June 11, just a week or so after the release of his new record.

Miller wrote in an Instagram post announcing Gabriela's birth that his daughter is "the reason I was ever put on Earth." Still, he admits it's difficult to promote a new album with a newborn baby in the house.

"Normally, I'd like to head out on the road and tour around to try to promote an album," he said, noting he wouldn't have even been able to finish the project with an infant to command most of his time. But he was able to release the EP via his own label, Worn Out Joke Records.

"I wanted my daughter to see what her papa could do under pressure. I want to bring her up knowing that hard work pays off."

And he always remembers a bit of advice a professor and mentor once gave him. 

"(He) told me to get out and see what I can before I die," he said, "and I plan to summit many more mountains before that day comes."

- Sydney Shaw for NJ.com/NJ Advanced Media

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Rooftop Yoga
Jul
15
7:00 PM19:00

Rooftop Yoga

 Rooftop yoga is back! Pre-purchase class tickets to guarantee your spot. Admission is $10 and includes the yoga class and a drink ticket for a Partida cocktail crafted with fresh squeezed juice.

Visit the Event Reservation tab of vour website for tickets.

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Chris & Charlie Brown
Jul
19
5:00 PM17:00

Chris & Charlie Brown

Charlie Brown has been singin' in the bars and clubs, and at churches and parties around New Jersey since the late 60s.  His punk rock troubadour son Chris has been singin' barroom singalongs around the tristate for the last 20 or so years.   The combination of the two is a blending of age gaps and musical stylings united by their voices that go so well together. 

www.chrisbrownap.com

www.charliebrownnj.com

https://vimeo.com/162263439

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Paul Rosevear
Jul
20
5:00 PM17:00

Paul Rosevear

Whether strumming an acoustic at a coffee house or plugging in for a full-blown rock set, Paul’s goal has always been the same: to connect with others through a great song, well sung.

This simple philosophy has carried him through a non-stop 20 year journey of writing, recording, and performing music, both solo and with his bands.

Along the way, he’s supported groundbreaking artists ranging from Joan Baez to Stone Temple Pilots, licensed his original songs to major networks like MTV and The CW Network, interned at the historic Magic Shop recording studio in New York City, and written and sang many songs in service of the world’s biggest brands, including Coca-Cola, Tiffany & Co., and Macy’s.

Though much has happened over the last two decades, a whole lot has stayed the same. You can still find Paul in the coffee shop strumming. Or up on the stage rocking. And above all, connecting with others through music.

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Des and The Swagmatics
Jul
21
4:00 PM16:00

Des and The Swagmatics

Des and the Swagmatics is an Asbury Music Award winning band born to rock your funky souls! All of it's members have been seen in several of Asbury's most successful bands including Geena and Dragster, Last Perfect Thing, deSoL, Borialis, Spider Rockets and Hollywood Swingin'. Taking their love of rock licks and the soul stirring power of the raw gritty soul voices of the 60's and 70's combined with smooth bass grooves, tight drum pocket and keys arrangements reminiscent of the 90's, they are a band that should and will be on your radar this year and beyond!

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Patchen & Roberts
Jul
26
5:00 PM17:00

Patchen & Roberts

Mild mannered music teachers by day...rockin' acoustic duo by night!  These guys help throw a helluva party with their amazing musicianship and song selections. Try and figure out how just two guys are making all of that music...

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Fast Clare
Jul
28
4:00 PM16:00

Fast Clare

Fast Clare plays Rock'n'Roll inspired by the great Rockabilly and Rock'n'roll legends of the '50s, as well as Neo-Rockabilly and punk rock bands of the 70s through today.....and the future!

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Rooftop Yoga
Jul
29
7:00 PM19:00

Rooftop Yoga

 Rooftop yoga is back! Pre-purchase class tickets to guarantee your spot. Admission is $10 and includes the yoga class and a drink ticket for a Partida cocktail crafted with fresh squeezed juice.

Visit the Event Reservation tab of vour website for tickets.

View Event →
Music with Joseph Alton Miller
Aug
3
5:00 PM17:00

Music with Joseph Alton Miller

For years, Joseph Alton Miller has embraced the life of a wayfarer.

Whether it was hiking up Mount Katahdin in Maine or backpacking through Yosemite National Park in California, his "abandonment from society," as he calls it, has always allowed him time to reflect and pen his folk tunes.

Such an un-tethered lifestyle was the primary muse for his latest work, "Songs of Travel for the Vagabond," a striking new EP released in May. It's a work that deserves to introduce him to a much wider audience. 

His sound is reminiscent of a modern-day Woody Guthrie -- perhaps unsurprisingly, Miller names the genre luminary as one of his influences, and he included a cover of Guthrie's "Do Re Mi" on his new record.

But there's an extra layer to the 30-year-old songwriter. While the word "folk" is tattooed onto his left forearm, his right arm reads "hip hop."

The mix of influences is most apparent when listening to Philly blues artist Kuf Knotz rap over Miller's twangy guitar riff in "Dude, Where's My Whiskey?"

In the autobiographical tune, he sings about New Jersey -- his newly found home state, after growing up in the Finger Lakes region of New York.

"When I first moved to Jersey, I was very alone and acting like a bit of a recluse -- drinking often, sleeping with way too many women and just not being the best me that I knew I could be," the Hazlet resident said, in a recent interview. "I was ... thinking about my life, knowing it might be finally time to grow up. I wrote the song a couple of years after that trip."

"Songs of Travel for the Vagabond" is Miller's first release under under his full name. While Miller built a fan base of a few thousand through playing local shows over the years as "Joe Miller," he said it was difficult to market himself with such a common name. He's wiped the internet clean of his four previous records and aimed for a fresh start. 

Part of that fresh start is his lovely evocation of his "vagabond" existence, which you hear throughout the new EP. 
In "American Crow," he serenades in his smooth low-tone voice, "I'm making a friend with an American crow... Let me fly to another destination." Miller plucks away a groovy guitar riff while New Jersey blues musician Sandy Mack's old-timey harmonica quivers in the background.

"The American crow is a species that can be found in every area of North America -- adapting to all types of places and climates," Miller said. "I think we humans should be able to do the same thing -- leaving home every once in a while to experience what our planet has to offer."

Though more sedentary days seem to be on the horizon as Miller settles into the role of a new father. He and his wife Jarysel welcomed daughter Gabriela into the world June 11, just a week or so after the release of his new record.

Miller wrote in an Instagram post announcing Gabriela's birth that his daughter is "the reason I was ever put on Earth." Still, he admits it's difficult to promote a new album with a newborn baby in the house.

"Normally, I'd like to head out on the road and tour around to try to promote an album," he said, noting he wouldn't have even been able to finish the project with an infant to command most of his time. But he was able to release the EP via his own label, Worn Out Joke Records.

"I wanted my daughter to see what her papa could do under pressure. I want to bring her up knowing that hard work pays off."

And he always remembers a bit of advice a professor and mentor once gave him. 

"(He) told me to get out and see what I can before I die," he said, "and I plan to summit many more mountains before that day comes."

- Sydney Shaw for NJ.com/NJ Advanced Media

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Rooftop Yoga
Aug
5
7:00 PM19:00

Rooftop Yoga

 Rooftop yoga is back! Pre-purchase class tickets to guarantee your spot. Admission is $10 and includes the yoga class and a drink ticket for a Partida cocktail crafted with fresh squeezed juice.

Visit the Event Reservation tab of vour website for tickets.

View Event →
Patchen & Roberts
Aug
9
5:00 PM17:00

Patchen & Roberts

Mild mannered music teachers by day...rockin' acoustic duo by night!  These guys help throw a helluva party with their amazing musicianship and song selections. Try and figure out how just two guys are making all of that music...

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Chuck Lampert
Aug
11
4:00 PM16:00

Chuck Lampert

 Chuck's musical education started long before he picked up a guitar. At age eight, he studied oboe and piano.  Four years later his godfather exposed him to the musical diversity of Caribbean culture and encouraged him to play guitar.  While in high school  he played bass and guitar in small R&B combos, rubbing elbows and jamming with future members of Parliament Funkadelic.

While attending Lafayette College in the early 70's, he was a member of the Tim McCabe Blues Gang. The band's primary function was that of a backup band for touring blues legends on the East Coast college circuit. It was then that he was able to play for legends John Lee Hooker, J.B. Hutto and Screamin' Jay Hawkins. He also gained valuable exposure playing college parties and small clubs in the Delaware River Valley.

 

  Most recently, Chuck has been playing guitar and singing his blues for crowds up and down the Jersey Shore, Philadelphia New York City and metropolitan New York areas while always returning to play venues in his home town of Red Bank, NJ. As a member of the Panama Chapel Band, The Cal Vetrane Blues Band, and a guest artist with RB 3, Heavy Soul, Herd of Blues, Al Holmes and The Tribe, Poppa John and The Jam Band he has lent his vocal talents and guitar to many a fantastic night.

 

   Chuck has led the band as they opened for popular artists such as Little Feat and Kenny Wayne Shepard. The band has performed in prestigious musical venues like NJPAC, The Count Basie Theatre and SOPAC. They have performed at Le Festiblues International de Montreal; The Riverhead Blues Festival in Riverhead L.I.; The Blues, Brews and BBQ Festival at Six Flags Great Adventure, Freehold NJ; The Westfield Jazz & Blues Festival in Westfield NJ; The Red Bank Jazz & Blues Festival, Riverfest and The Jazz in the Park Series in Red Bank NJ; The Clearwater Festival at Gateway National Park at Sandy Hook NJ and Asbury Park NJ; The Blues by The Beach Concert Series in Long Branch NJ and represented The Jersey Shore Jazz and Blues Foundation in 2007 and 2013 at The International Blues Competition held in Memphis Tenn.  

 

  The Chuck Lambert Band represents a commitment to expanding the range and scope of the Blues.  It incorporates the vitality and innovation of modern electric blues with the soul and depth of its traditional forms.  Each member of the band is an exceptional talent but their unity puts them on a whole different level.  The rhythm section of Gene Boccia on bass guitar and Jay “Boxcar” Battle on drums radiates pulse and energy.  Tony Tota on piano and Eric Salkin on Sax epitomize style and class with dynamic improvisation. Chuck completes the musical fellowship with his distinguished vocals and superb guitar playing.  The result of their synergy is a unique and original narration of the power of the Blues and its enduring legacy.  

 

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Chris & Charlie Brown
Aug
16
5:00 PM17:00

Chris & Charlie Brown

Charlie Brown has been singin' in the bars and clubs, and at churches and parties around New Jersey since the late 60s.  His punk rock troubadour son Chris has been singin' barroom singalongs around the tristate for the last 20 or so years.   The combination of the two is a blending of age gaps and musical stylings united by their voices that go so well together. 

www.chrisbrownap.com

www.charliebrownnj.com

https://vimeo.com/162263439

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The Apy Brothers
Aug
23
5:00 PM17:00

The Apy Brothers

The Apy Brothers is the musical project that the Apy Brothers started last year. They were guided by music ever since we were young, but decided recently that it was well worth the time to play more often. They’ve been a regular face in the Asbury Park music scene for the last few years.

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Des and The Swagmatics
Aug
25
4:00 PM16:00

Des and The Swagmatics

Des and the Swagmatics is an Asbury Music Award winning band born to rock your funky souls! All of it's members have been seen in several of Asbury's most successful bands including Geena and Dragster, Last Perfect Thing, deSoL, Borialis, Spider Rockets and Hollywood Swingin'. Taking their love of rock licks and the soul stirring power of the raw gritty soul voices of the 60's and 70's combined with smooth bass grooves, tight drum pocket and keys arrangements reminiscent of the 90's, they are a band that should and will be on your radar this year and beyond!

View Event →
Paul Rosevear
Aug
31
5:00 PM17:00

Paul Rosevear

Whether strumming an acoustic at a coffee house or plugging in for a full-blown rock set, Paul’s goal has always been the same: to connect with others through a great song, well sung.

This simple philosophy has carried him through a non-stop 20 year journey of writing, recording, and performing music, both solo and with his bands.

Along the way, he’s supported groundbreaking artists ranging from Joan Baez to Stone Temple Pilots, licensed his original songs to major networks like MTV and The CW Network, interned at the historic Magic Shop recording studio in New York City, and written and sang many songs in service of the world’s biggest brands, including Coca-Cola, Tiffany & Co., and Macy’s.

Though much has happened over the last two decades, a whole lot has stayed the same. You can still find Paul in the coffee shop strumming. Or up on the stage rocking. And above all, connecting with others through music.

View Event →

Chris & Charlie Brown
Jun
21
5:00 PM17:00

Chris & Charlie Brown

Charlie Brown has been singin' in the bars and clubs, and at churches and parties around New Jersey since the late 60s.  His punk rock troubadour son Chris has been singin' barroom singalongs around the tristate for the last 20 or so years.   The combination of the two is a blending of age gaps and musical stylings united by their voices that go so well together. 

www.chrisbrownap.com

www.charliebrownnj.com

https://vimeo.com/162263439

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Chuck Lampert
Jun
16
4:00 PM16:00

Chuck Lampert

 Chuck's musical education started long before he picked up a guitar. At age eight, he studied oboe and piano.  Four years later his godfather exposed him to the musical diversity of Caribbean culture and encouraged him to play guitar.  While in high school  he played bass and guitar in small R&B combos, rubbing elbows and jamming with future members of Parliament Funkadelic.

While attending Lafayette College in the early 70's, he was a member of the Tim McCabe Blues Gang. The band's primary function was that of a backup band for touring blues legends on the East Coast college circuit. It was then that he was able to play for legends John Lee Hooker, J.B. Hutto and Screamin' Jay Hawkins. He also gained valuable exposure playing college parties and small clubs in the Delaware River Valley.

 

  Most recently, Chuck has been playing guitar and singing his blues for crowds up and down the Jersey Shore, Philadelphia New York City and metropolitan New York areas while always returning to play venues in his home town of Red Bank, NJ. As a member of the Panama Chapel Band, The Cal Vetrane Blues Band, and a guest artist with RB 3, Heavy Soul, Herd of Blues, Al Holmes and The Tribe, Poppa John and The Jam Band he has lent his vocal talents and guitar to many a fantastic night.

 

   Chuck has led the band as they opened for popular artists such as Little Feat and Kenny Wayne Shepard. The band has performed in prestigious musical venues like NJPAC, The Count Basie Theatre and SOPAC. They have performed at Le Festiblues International de Montreal; The Riverhead Blues Festival in Riverhead L.I.; The Blues, Brews and BBQ Festival at Six Flags Great Adventure, Freehold NJ; The Westfield Jazz & Blues Festival in Westfield NJ; The Red Bank Jazz & Blues Festival, Riverfest and The Jazz in the Park Series in Red Bank NJ; The Clearwater Festival at Gateway National Park at Sandy Hook NJ and Asbury Park NJ; The Blues by The Beach Concert Series in Long Branch NJ and represented The Jersey Shore Jazz and Blues Foundation in 2007 and 2013 at The International Blues Competition held in Memphis Tenn.  

 

  The Chuck Lambert Band represents a commitment to expanding the range and scope of the Blues.  It incorporates the vitality and innovation of modern electric blues with the soul and depth of its traditional forms.  Each member of the band is an exceptional talent but their unity puts them on a whole different level.  The rhythm section of Gene Boccia on bass guitar and Jay “Boxcar” Battle on drums radiates pulse and energy.  Tony Tota on piano and Eric Salkin on Sax epitomize style and class with dynamic improvisation. Chuck completes the musical fellowship with his distinguished vocals and superb guitar playing.  The result of their synergy is a unique and original narration of the power of the Blues and its enduring legacy.  

 

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Soul Project NOLA
Jun
2
4:00 PM16:00

Soul Project NOLA

With soulful grooves and impeccable musicianship, The Soul Project  brings the vibrant spirit of New Orleans everywhere they go.  Crowds can't help but "let loose" to their energetic and original mix of Funk, Jazz, Soul, Blues, and Gospel. 

And after 4 long years of hustling,  the self-proclaimed ambassadors of funk have released “The Long Hustle”, the follow-up album to their 2013 Offbeat Magazine’s  “Best Of The Beat” nominated debut album, “Music For Movers & Shakers.” The release, the first on the Soul Universal Productions label, represents not only the last 4 years of hard work and constant playing, but the complete journey of the Soul Project from its inception in 2001 until the present.  With some retooled tracks [like Celia, Down By The Riverside and What’s the Meter (With You)] that have finally been realized in their intended form, to brand new offerings (What We Got, BedBugs, Spotlight),  compositions from saxophonist David Ludman (Blue Snail) and Jeremy Habegger (Gsus), and the band’s New Orleans-inspired cover of The Beatles’ “Blackbird”,  this album has something for everybody.   

Finding inspiration in the music of the masters such as Walter “Wolfman” Washington, the Meters, the Neville Brothers and Galactic, the band has been concocting their own heady brew of funk in the great New Orleans tradition for over a decade. Long-standing residencies on world-renowned Frenchmen Street have enabled the band to hone their unique sound, while festival appearances (New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, French Quarter Festival, Jazz in thePark) and regular tours have allowed them to share their music with a wider audience. 

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Music with Joseph Alton Miller
Jun
1
5:00 PM17:00

Music with Joseph Alton Miller

For years, Joseph Alton Miller has embraced the life of a wayfarer.

Whether it was hiking up Mount Katahdin in Maine or backpacking through Yosemite National Park in California, his "abandonment from society," as he calls it, has always allowed him time to reflect and pen his folk tunes.

Such an un-tethered lifestyle was the primary muse for his latest work, "Songs of Travel for the Vagabond," a striking new EP released in May. It's a work that deserves to introduce him to a much wider audience. 

His sound is reminiscent of a modern-day Woody Guthrie -- perhaps unsurprisingly, Miller names the genre luminary as one of his influences, and he included a cover of Guthrie's "Do Re Mi" on his new record.

But there's an extra layer to the 30-year-old songwriter. While the word "folk" is tattooed onto his left forearm, his right arm reads "hip hop."

The mix of influences is most apparent when listening to Philly blues artist Kuf Knotz rap over Miller's twangy guitar riff in "Dude, Where's My Whiskey?"

In the autobiographical tune, he sings about New Jersey -- his newly found home state, after growing up in the Finger Lakes region of New York.

"When I first moved to Jersey, I was very alone and acting like a bit of a recluse -- drinking often, sleeping with way too many women and just not being the best me that I knew I could be," the Hazlet resident said, in a recent interview. "I was ... thinking about my life, knowing it might be finally time to grow up. I wrote the song a couple of years after that trip."

"Songs of Travel for the Vagabond" is Miller's first release under under his full name. While Miller built a fan base of a few thousand through playing local shows over the years as "Joe Miller," he said it was difficult to market himself with such a common name. He's wiped the internet clean of his four previous records and aimed for a fresh start. 

Part of that fresh start is his lovely evocation of his "vagabond" existence, which you hear throughout the new EP. 
In "American Crow," he serenades in his smooth low-tone voice, "I'm making a friend with an American crow... Let me fly to another destination." Miller plucks away a groovy guitar riff while New Jersey blues musician Sandy Mack's old-timey harmonica quivers in the background.

"The American crow is a species that can be found in every area of North America -- adapting to all types of places and climates," Miller said. "I think we humans should be able to do the same thing -- leaving home every once in a while to experience what our planet has to offer."

Though more sedentary days seem to be on the horizon as Miller settles into the role of a new father. He and his wife Jarysel welcomed daughter Gabriela into the world June 11, just a week or so after the release of his new record.

Miller wrote in an Instagram post announcing Gabriela's birth that his daughter is "the reason I was ever put on Earth." Still, he admits it's difficult to promote a new album with a newborn baby in the house.

"Normally, I'd like to head out on the road and tour around to try to promote an album," he said, noting he wouldn't have even been able to finish the project with an infant to command most of his time. But he was able to release the EP via his own label, Worn Out Joke Records.

"I wanted my daughter to see what her papa could do under pressure. I want to bring her up knowing that hard work pays off."

And he always remembers a bit of advice a professor and mentor once gave him. 

"(He) told me to get out and see what I can before I die," he said, "and I plan to summit many more mountains before that day comes."

- Sydney Shaw for NJ.com/NJ Advanced Media

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Pride Prom Under the Stars
May
31
to Jun 1

Pride Prom Under the Stars

  • Asbury Festhalle & Biergarten (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Kick off Asbury Park's Pride Weekend in style as you dance the night away on our rooftop deck under the stars. DJ Tyler Valentine spins your favorite jams all night long. At the end of the evening, we'll crown one King couple and one Queen couple.

*Dress to impress*

*This event is 21+ only*

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Nik Greeley & The Operators
May
26
6:00 PM18:00

Nik Greeley & The Operators

This Memorial Day Sunday, Nik Greeley and The Operators rock the Biergarten rooftop! 

 

Nik Greeley is known for his incredible stage presence and musical talent. In the last few years, he has established himself as one of the most entertaining & hard-working musicians in the area, he is often compared to the likes of James Brown, Joe Cocker and Jim Morrison. 

 

The Operators are a collective of some of the finest musicians in Philly including; producer/drummer Joe Baldacci, bassist Kenny Shumski, and members of prog-fusion juggernauts, Out of The Beardspace, Zach LoPresti (Lead Guitar) & Sam Gutman (Keyboards). The Operators' horn section is Greg Rosen on trumpet, Ian Gray on trombone, and Jason O’Mara on saxophone.

 

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FINALE! Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast
May
19
7:00 PM19:00

FINALE! Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast

Winter is coming to the Biergarten…

Join us every Sunday, beginning April 14 at 7 pm, for our weekly Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast… You’ve GoT to be here.

Dinner is served as we screen the most recent episode followed by the premiere of the week’s new episode. Choose our GoT themed Prix Fixe or dine a la cart.

Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast: Prix Fixe $29/per person served buffet style

First Course:
• BRAN-varian Bretzel – pretzel, mustard, cheese

Second Course: (choose one)
• Dragon Wings – Mesquite turkey wings, buttermilk dressing

• Brienne’s Blumenkohl of Tarth – Breaded cauliflower, lemon caper aioli


Third Course: (choose one)
• Red Wedding chicken paprikash – Paprika braised chicken, egg noodles, lemon, sour cream
• Stew-ard of the Night’s Watch — Our famous Hungarian beef goulash, served over spatzle, jalapenos
• Reek’s Austrian Bratwurst – Served with sauerkraut
• Varys’s Vegan bratwurst – Served with cucumber salat and French fries
• House Stark Salat – Market greens, lentils, carrot, cucumbers, fresh horseradish, apple cider vinaigrette

Drogon’s Fire Roasted Tarly Potaotes with Charred Asparagus


Dessert:
• Dragon’s Blood Cupcakes

To guarantee your spot:
• Pre-purchase dinner tickets via the event reservation” tab and select the dates you would like to purchase tickets for.


Join the Goblet and Horn Club – choose from either an authentic OX horn drinking mug or dragon goblet, $40 initial purchase includes a pour of house wine or bier. Goblets and mugs are refillable for $5 every day until the series finale on May 19.

This event is 21 years old and over only. Space is limited, first come, first served. Cancellations made 48 hours or more before the day of the event will be refunded. No refunds after 48 hours prior. Credit card payments will process as "Provident Bank."

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Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast
May
12
7:00 PM19:00

Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast

Winter is coming to the Biergarten…

Join us every Sunday, beginning April 14 at 7 pm, for our weekly Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast… You’ve GoT to be here.

Dinner is served as we screen the most recent episode followed by the premiere of the week’s new episode. Choose our GoT themed Prix Fixe or dine a la cart.

Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast: Prix Fixe $29/per person

First Course:
• BRAN-varian Bretzel – personal pretzel

Second Course: (choose one)
• Dragon Wings – Mesquite turkey wings, buttermilk dressing
• House Stark Salat – Market greens, lentils, carrot, cucumbers, fresh horseradish, apple cider vinaigrette
• Brie of Tarth – Breaded camembert, seasonal fruit jam, country toast

Third Course: (choose one)
• Red Wedding chicken paprikash – Paprika braised chicken, egg noodles, lemon, sour cream
• Stew-ard of the Night’s Watch — Our famous Hungarian beef goulash, served over spatzle, jalapenos
• Chicken Little Fingers – Chicken fingers and French fries
• Reek’s Austrian Beef Wiener – Served with potato salat, sauerkraut and rye bread
• Harrenhal Burger – topped with red onion slaw, Munster cheese, tomato jam, on a brioche bun served with fries
• Varys’s Vegan bratwurst – Served with cucumber salat and French fries

Dessert:
• Surprise GoT themed dessert

To guarantee your spot:
• Pre-purchase dinner tickets via the event reservation” tab and select the dates you would like to purchase tickets for or


Join the Goblet and Horn Club – choose from either an authentic OX horn drinking mug or dragon goblet, $40 initial purchase includes a pour of house wine or bier. Goblets and mugs are refillable for $5 every day until the series finale on May 19.

This event is 21 years old and over only. Space is limited, first come, first served. Cancellations made 48 hours or more before the day of the event will be refunded. No refunds after 48 hours prior. Credit card payments will process as "Provident Bank."

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Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast
May
5
7:00 PM19:00

Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast

Winter is coming to the Biergarten…

Join us every Sunday, beginning April 14 at 7 pm, for our weekly Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast… You’ve GoT to be here.

Dinner is served as we screen the most recent episode followed by the premiere of the week’s new episode. Choose our GoT themed Prix Fixe or dine a la cart.

Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast: Prix Fixe $29/per person

First Course:
• BRAN-varian Bretzel – personal pretzel

Second Course: (choose one)
• Dragon Wings – Mesquite turkey wings, buttermilk dressing
• House Stark Salat – Market greens, lentils, carrot, cucumbers, fresh horseradish, apple cider vinaigrette
• Brie of Tarth – Breaded camembert, seasonal fruit jam, country toast

Third Course: (choose one)
• Red Wedding chicken paprikash – Paprika braised chicken, egg noodles, lemon, sour cream
• Stew-ard of the Night’s Watch — Our famous Hungarian beef goulash, served over spatzle, jalapenos
• Chicken Little Fingers – Chicken fingers and French fries
• Reek’s Austrian Beef Wiener – Served with potato salat, sauerkraut and rye bread

• Harrenhal Burger – topped with red onion slaw, Munster cheese, tomato jam, on a brioche bun served with fries
• Varys’s Vegan bratwurst – Served with cucumber salat and French fries

Dessert:
• Surprise GoT themed dessert

To guarantee your spot:
• Pre-purchase dinner tickets via the event reservation” tab and select the dates you would like to purchase tickets for or
• Call to make a reservation -- $25 per person deposit required upon booking, redeemable the night of the event, no dinner package included, dining is a la cart or you may choose the prix fixe upon arrival

Join the Goblet and Horn Club – choose from either an authentic OX horn drinking mug or dragon goblet, $40 initial purchase includes a pour of house wine or bier. Goblets and mugs are refillable for $5 every day until the series finale on May 19.

This event is 21 years old and over only. Space is limited, first come, first served. Cancellations made 48 hours or more before the day of the event will be refunded. No refunds after 48 hours prior. Credit card payments will process as "Provident Bank."

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The Kentucky Derby and Best Hat Contests
May
4
3:00 PM15:00

The Kentucky Derby and Best Hat Contests

The Kentucky Derby is coming to the Asbury Festhalle & Biergarten! Join us for a day of Mint Julep drinking and hat wearing fun on our rooftop deck. We'll broadcast the race live on our three giant TV screens inside the festhalle.

Mint Juleps are on special all day. Wear your best hat for a chance to win over $1000 in prizes!

Hat Contest Categories:

• Best Ladies’ Hat
• Best Gentleman’s Hat
• Best Kid’s Hat
• Best Homemade Hat

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Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast
Apr
28
7:00 PM19:00

Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast

Winter is coming to the Biergarten…

Join us every Sunday, beginning April 14 at 7 pm, for our weekly Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast… You’ve GoT to be here.

Dinner is served as we screen the most recent episode followed by the premiere of the week’s new episode. Choose our GoT themed Prix Fixe or dine a la cart.

Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast: Prix Fixe $29/per person

First Course:
• BRAN-varian Bretzel – personal pretzel

Second Course: (choose one)
• Dragon Wings – Mesquite turkey wings, buttermilk dressing
• House Stark Salat – Market greens, lentils, carrot, cucumbers, fresh horseradish, apple cider vinaigrette
• Brie of Tarth – Breaded camembert, seasonal fruit jam, country toast

Third Course: (choose one)
• Red Wedding chicken paprikash – Paprika braised chicken, egg noodles, lemon, sour cream
• Stew-ard of the Night’s Watch — Our famous Hungarian beef goulash, served over spatzle, jalapenos
• Chicken Little Fingers – Chicken fingers and French fries
• Reek’s Austrian Beef Wiener – Served with potato salat, sauerkraut and rye bread
• Harrenhal Burger – topped with red onion slaw, Munster cheese, tomato jam, on a brioche bun served with fries
• Varys’s Vegan bratwurst – Served with cucumber salat and French fries

Dessert:
• Surprise GoT themed dessert

To guarantee your spot:
• Pre-purchase dinner tickets via the event reservation” tab and select the dates you would like to purchase tickets for or
• Call to make a reservation -- $25 per person deposit required upon booking, redeemable the night of the event, no dinner package included, dining is a la cart or you may choose the prix fixe upon arrival

Join the Goblet and Horn Club – choose from either an authentic OX horn drinking mug or dragon goblet, $40 initial purchase includes a pour of house wine or bier. Goblets and mugs are refillable for $5 every day until the series finale on May 19.

This event is 21 years old and over only. Space is limited, first come, first served. Cancellations made 48 hours or more before the day of the event will be refunded. No refunds after 48 hours prior. Credit card payments will process as "Provident Bank."

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Rooftop Spring Market
Apr
20
12:00 PM12:00

Rooftop Spring Market

The Asbury Festhalle & Biergarten is holding a rooftop spring market featuring local, handmade, artisanal and sustainable goods. The market is open every Saturday and Sunday from April 13 through May 12th (except April 21, Easter Sunday).

Vendors may apply via email to market@asburybiergarten.com with clear photos AND descriptions of products.

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Earth Day Celebration 2019
Apr
20
12:00 PM12:00

Earth Day Celebration 2019

Join us for Surfrider Foundation: Jersey Shore Chapter's Earth Day Celebration on April 20th, 2019 from 12 PM to 6PM at Asbury Festhalle & Biergarten!

We are teaming up with local non-profits, vendors and various sponsors to raise awareness and rally for the environment!

Our celebration will include:
A clean up at Wesley Lake from 9AM - 12PM (Please meet outside of Biergarten)
Kids activities
Live music from Chris Brown (AP)!
Speakers
Spring vendor market with earth-friendly goods
Local environmental organizations--get involved!
Raffle
Earth-friendly food and drinks
Wetsuit recycling

Learn about the Surfrider Foundation and these local non-profits organizations:
- American Littoral Society
- Un-Waste
- Save Asbury's Waterfront
- Clean Ocean Action
- Clean Water Action New Jersey
- Alliance for a Living Ocean
- East Coasters
- Community Beach Collection

Stop by the "green market" with environmentally friendly vendors:
- Henna Tattoos

Chances to win awesome prize packages from our sponsors:
- **A surfboard from DaveySKY Surfboards**
- **A pair of Sea Hear Now tickets**
-**Coaster brake bike from Second Life Bikes**
- Brave New World Surf & Snow
- Surf Taco
- Lucky Dog Surf Co.
- Kim Marie's Eat n Drink Away
- 2nd Jetty
- Eastern Lines Surf Shop
- Calabrese's Barber Shop
- Shear Revival Grooming & Beauty Co.
- Jetty
- Lotus Trolley Bag
- Christian Surfers Manasquan
- Jon Bon Jovi's Soul Kitchen
- L'Oréal USA
- The Cheese Cave

We hope to see you there!

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Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast
Apr
14
7:00 PM19:00

Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast

Winter is coming to the Biergarten…

Join us every Sunday, beginning April 14 at 7 pm, for our weekly Sunday “Night’s Watch” Party and Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast… You’ve GoT to be here.

Dinner is served as we screen the most recent episode followed by the premiere of the week’s new episode. Choose our GoT themed Prix Fixe or dine a la cart.

Festhalle Fire & Ice Feast: Prix Fixe $29/per person

First Course:
• BRAN-varian Bretzel – personal pretzel

Second Course: (choose one)
• Dragon Wings – Mesquite turkey wings, cucumber salat, buttermilk dressing
• House Stark Salat – Market greens, lentils, carrot, cucumbers, fresh horseradish, apple cider vinaigrette
• Brie of Tarth – Breaded camembert, seasonal fruits, toasted rosemary walnuts

Third Course: (choose one)
• Red Wedding chicken paprikash – Paprika braised chicken, egg noodles, lemon, sour cream
• Ser Bronn (zino) of the Black Water – Mediterranean Bronzino served with sweet potato dumplings, wild mushrooms, and brown butter caper sauce
• Chicken Little Fingers – Chicken fingers and French fries
• Reek’s Austrian Beef Wiener – Served with potato salat, sauerkraut and rye bread

• Harrenhal Burger – topped with red onion slaw, Munster cheese, tomato jam, on a brioche bun served with fries
• Varys’s Vegan bratwurst – Served with cucumber salat and French fries



Dessert:
• Surprise GoT themed dessert

To guarantee your spot:
• Pre-purchase dinner tickets via the “event reservation” tab and select the date you would like to purchase tickets for or
• Call to make a reservation -- $25 per person deposit required upon booking, redeemable the night of the event, no dinner package included, dining is a la cart or you may choose the prix fixe upon arrival

Join the Goblet and Horn Club – choose from either an authentic OX horn drinking mug or dragon goblet, $30 initial purchase includes a pour of house wine or bier. Goblets and mugs are refillable for $5 every day until the series finale on May 19.

Try your luck at GoT themed games for prizes:
• Joffrey’s Archery
• The Faceless Men’s Poisonous Dart Blowing
• Traitor’s Death Hangman
• Take your photo on the Iron Throne – Share on social media and tag @apbiergarten for a chance to win weekly prizes.

This event is 21 years old and over only. Space is limited, first come, first served. Cancellations made 48 hours or more before the day of the event will be refunded. No refunds after 48 hours prior. Credit card payments will process as "Provident Bank."

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Rooftop Spring Market
Apr
14
12:00 PM12:00

Rooftop Spring Market

The Asbury Festhalle & Biergarten is holding a rooftop spring market featuring local, handmade, artisanal and sustainable goods. The market is open every Saturday and Sunday from April 13 through May 12th (except April 21, Easter Sunday).

Vendors may apply via email to market@asburybiergarten.com with clear photos AND descriptions of products.

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Rooftop Spring Market
Apr
13
12:00 PM12:00

Rooftop Spring Market

The Asbury Festhalle & Biergarten is holding a rooftop spring market featuring local, handmade, artisanal and sustainable goods. The market is open every Saturday and Sunday from April 13 through May 12th (except April 21, Easter Sunday).

Vendors may apply via email to market@asburybiergarten.com with clear photos AND descriptions of products.

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Soul Project NOLA
Apr
5
to Apr 6

Soul Project NOLA

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With soulful grooves and impeccable musicianship, The Soul Project  brings the vibrant spirit of New Orleans everywhere they go.  Crowds can't help but "let loose" to their energetic and original mix of Funk, Jazz, Soul, Blues, and Gospel. 

And after 4 long years of hustling,  the self-proclaimed ambassadors of funk have released “The Long Hustle”, the follow-up album to their 2013 Offbeat Magazine’s  “Best Of The Beat” nominated debut album, “Music For Movers & Shakers.” The release, the first on the Soul Universal Productions label, represents not only the last 4 years of hard work and constant playing, but the complete journey of the Soul Project from its inception in 2001 until the present.  With some retooled tracks [like Celia, Down By The Riverside and What’s the Meter (With You)] that have finally been realized in their intended form, to brand new offerings (What We Got, BedBugs, Spotlight),  compositions from saxophonist David Ludman (Blue Snail) and Jeremy Habegger (Gsus), and the band’s New Orleans-inspired cover of The Beatles’ “Blackbird”,  this album has something for everybody.   

Finding inspiration in the music of the masters such as Walter “Wolfman” Washington, the Meters, the Neville Brothers and Galactic, the band has been concocting their own heady brew of funk in the great New Orleans tradition for over a decade. Long-standing residencies on world-renowned Frenchmen Street have enabled the band to hone their unique sound, while festival appearances (New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, French Quarter Festival, Jazz in thePark) and regular tours have allowed them to share their music with a wider audience. 

 

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Irish Whiskey Tasting
Mar
14
7:00 PM19:00

Irish Whiskey Tasting

Flights of 4 Irish whiskey tasting paired with our famous potato pancakes, just in time for St. Patrick's Day!

Whiskey Menu: (while supplies last)

  • Glendalough Double Barrel

  • Glendalough 13 Year

  • Greenore Irish Whiskey

  • Jameson Irish Whiskey

  • Kibeggan Single Malt

  • Knappogue Castle 12 Year

  • Knappogue Castle 14 Year

  • Sexton Irish Whiskey

  • The Tyrconnell Single Malt

  • Tullamore Dew 14 Year

  • Tullamore Dew 12 Year

  • Tullamore Dew Original

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