The Rockwater Bar and Grill will be hosting a string of great live shows including Big John Bates.

Golden pub bringing in a great spring lineup

The Rockwater Grill and Bar has several acts booked for your entertainment this spring.

The Rockwater Grill and Bar will be the scene of many great upcoming musical performances.

Starting at 9 p.m. on March 28 Daniel Wesley and special guest Kim Churchill will hit the stage.

With his newest album, Easy Livin, Wesley is telling tales of his bi-coastal odyssey in the process.

In Vancouver, he tapped his regular players – bassist Darren Parris, drummer Tim Proznick, along with Hey Ocean! bassist Dave Vertesi – for a parallel session conducted by Ogilvie. In his live performance there is a mix of strong lyrics mixed along with tunes which will have you bouncing off the walls, too.

Noble Thief will be in Golden on March 31. Some of the former members of the Subcity Dwellers have come together to form a band which combines the sounds of soul, rock and funk for a show unlike any other.

April 1 will see a mix of dark songs and punk classics when Big John Bates performs.

Some of the songs have been described as being not so much written but more witchcrafted.

For more information about upcoming shows at the Rockwater Grill and Bar check out

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