Roberts musicians, Grant Ferguson Band and Daniel Kosel, team up for a show on Saturday, Dec. 9, at the Garage Pub.

The high-energy evening of original rock, blues and fusion features Ferguson, who just released "Departure," his third album as an independent artist.

He has toured extensively throughout the U.S. and written award-winning music for film and dance. He joins Seattle-born, Montana-raised singer, songwriter and guitarist Daniel Kosel, who will perform cuts from his fresh solo album, "The Rain." The album features intense original poetry, soulful vocals and emotional guitar stylings.

The two will perform together for several tunes during an evening of original, powerful and evocative music.

The Cold Hard Cash Show

Cold Hard Cash is an original and innovative tribute to the music of Johnny Cash and The Tennessee Three.

They are playing the Pub Station on Friday, Dec. 8. The show is for those 21 and older. Doors open at 8 and the show starts at 9 p.m.

Fronted by guitarist and singer Merle Travis Peterson, the Cold Hard Cash Show features classic Cash songs from the Sun and Columbia Records catalogs to the more modern recordings on the American record label, performing with an authentic sound and the energy of the "Live at Folsom" and "San Quentin" albums.

The band formed in 2005. In addition to Peterson fronting the band, the lineup includes longtime member Fel Torres on drums and Trebor Riddle on upright and electric bass.

Since the formation, they have performed on hundreds of stages, often sharing them with a diverse variety of artists such as as Darryl Worley, John Anderson, Eric Church, Charlie Daniels, Lonestar, Eddie Money, Eli Young Band and Los Lobos.

In 2008, the band made their national television debut when they performed on "The Late Show with David Letterman," gaining a solid fan base and landing them on stages at several nationally known festivals such as Memphis in May Festival, Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and Daytona Bike Week.

In 2014, the band recorded a song for longtime Eddie Money drummer, Glenn Symmonds, and were featured on his "Friends of Glenn's" album along with multiple artists, including Eddie Money.