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Two Planets Away is taking a much-needed break from hunting Yoonlocks in the Andromeda Galaxy so they can bring their R&B-soul-rock sound to the people of earth. This version of the band recently got together when singer-keyboardist-songwriter, Mark Elmendorf, met drummer, Eric Hamell, at a conference. (They were conferring as to whether proton torpedoes are as effective as standard salad dressing when it comes to removing electric moth slime from your space suit and as you may have already concluded,…Find out more »
The Oldies Show is a nine piece, fully costumed, self contained, show band playing the greatest hits of the 50s, 60s and 70s. Featuring four singers, a full rhythm section and horns, this group of talented music veterans have shared the stage with many of the rock & roll artists whose music they so faithfully recreate today. In 2019, The Oldies Show continues its residency at Rivers Casino in Schenectady, NY along with a full schedule of theater and special event appearances. Blending humor…Find out more »
You might think of Simon & Garfunkel when you first hear Cricket Blue, or of Gillian Welch and David Rawlings. But their music is equally evocative of literary voices: Alice Munro. Dylan Thomas. Flannery O’Connor. Even a touch of Edward Gorey. Laura Heaberlin and Taylor Smith are musicians, sure, but they're storytellers too. The eleven songs on their debut album Serotinalia feature a cast of characters right out of a short story collection. A listless grocery store clerk. A woman…Find out more »
The Rochmon Record Club will converge to listen and learn about John Cougar Mellencamp’s 8th album “Scarecrow." “Scarecrow” was a critical highpoint for Mellencamp and his band. Years of touring and recording trimmed the fat and focused Mellencamp on songs that rarely ran over 4 minutes. “Scarecrow” is chocked full of great John Cougar Mellencamp songs like “Rain on the Scarecrow”, “Small Town” “Lonely ‘Ol Night”, “R.O.C.K. in the U.S.A.”, and “Rumbleseat” to name a few. The Rochmon Record Club…Find out more »
Troy, NY’s Candy Ambulance are Jesse Bolduc (bass), Jon Cantiello (drums) and Caitlin Barker (guitar, vocals). Formed in 2014, the trio have been honing their songwriting and touring around in a Toyota Corolla these past 7 years. Doors: 7:30pm | Showtime: 8pm Thank you to our series sponsors:Find out more »
Caity and the Gallaghers is the full band iteration of folk singer-songwriter Caity Gallagher, joined by the experience and talents of bassist Ben Woodul, pianist Dan DeKalb, and percussionist Josh Morris. Live performances with The Gallaghers’ amplify Caity’s rootsy compositions into the rich full sounds of her recent recordings. Doors: 6:30pm | Showtime: 7pm Thank you to our series sponsors:Find out more »
The Rochmon Record Club will converge to listen and learn about The Beatles 7th album “Revolver." The Beatles had conquered the world but, as a group and as individuals, remained unsatisfied and found themselves striving for more musically. The 14 tracks that make up “Revolver” were recorded over 3 months in early 1966 and many fans feel that “Revolver” is one of, if not the best, Beatles album. Filled with great songs like Harrison’s “Taxman” and “I Want to Tell…Find out more »
Chris Roach is a Comedian/Actor born and raised in New York. He has brought his unique sense of humor to some of the biggest and best-known stages in the country, such as Gotham Comedy Club, Comic Strip Live NYC, The Borgata in Atlantic City and The Paramount in Huntington, NY. He recently toured as the opening act on Kevin James’ 2021 tour all over the Northeast. He is best known for his major recurring role of Mott in the hit CBS…Find out more »
Fort Vine is an indie-folk band named after a secret tree fort in Manhattan, built by songwriting duo, Trevor Tunison and Nyna Nelson. Their feel-good music embraces every audience with open arms as their strong harmonies resonate with meaningful poetry and happy grooves. Named one of NYC's best unsigned bands by the New York Observer, Fort Vine has been continually touring the US in their diy-converted sprinter van, Gypsee Bungalow, since March 2018- an adventure that was recently chronicled in the May 2020 issue of the esteemed travel…Find out more »
On the Third Thursday of each month, join Matt Niedbalski and a rotating cast of talented, regional jazz musicians. Experience some of the best jazz music in the Capital Region at our venue! This month features: Nate Giroux, tenor saxophone Nate Giroux is a saxophonist, clarinetist, and an adjunct faculty member at Crane School of Music SUNY Potsdam. He holds a B.M. in Jazz Studies and Performance from William Paterson University. In addition to playing over 1,000 engagements in New…Find out more »
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