James Maple & The Barroom Roses

Saturday, April 6, 2019

with special guest STuart Earl Bond

Saturday, April 6, 2019
Doors 7:00 PM / Showtime 8:00 PM
All Ages

Pre-sales for all shows end at noon on the day of the show. Tickets are will call only, nonrefundable, but transferable to another person (for the same show). All tickets are general admission.


James Maple sings sad songs in major keys. He has played the Kable House Presents stage three times before - as the drummer for Huntress & Holder of Hands, as the drummer for Ian Fitzgerald & Something Else, and a solo opening set when David Wax Museum closed out the fourth season. He now returns to play a headlining set, with a full band in tow.

James has also played drums with Spirit Family Reunion and released a solo record, American Dreams, in 2013. One of the songs on that album, "(Heavy) On My Mind," was featured in a fundraising video that helped launch Kable House Presents in 2014.


Stuart Earl Bond is a singer songwriter and multi instrumentalist from Nashville, TN by way of Tuscaloosa, AL were he was raised. His father, a minister, and his mother met one another in church choir. Growing up learning to sing and play along to old hymns and bluegrass songs was the foundation that set his musical journey forward.

Immersing himself in the old country, blues and folk songs of days well gone, he found a stranger and a friend. Over the last decade and more he’s performed and toured with numerous bands across the country and even outside of it. Now residing in Columbia, PA with his wife and daughter, he’s relearning who he is as a performer, writer and singer. If it sounds honest, if it brings you joy or sadness - and he hopes it does - then hopefully it means he’s doing something right.