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Sunday, April 20

Sunday
10:00 am
to
2:00 pm
EASTER BRUNCH with SWING DANCING too!
with Saints of Swing, featuring Miss Rene Bailey
Swing/Jump, Big Band, Blues, and Jazz
The Falcon
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
The Saints of Swing, featuring Paul Duffy on piano; David Winograd on upright bass and tuba; Larry Balestra on drums; Dale DeMarco on tenor sax/clarinet/flute & vocals; and the phenomenal vocalist MISS RENE BAILEY; at the FALCON, a wonderful LISTENING & EATING place in Marlboro, NY. RENE is the REAL THING, as she sang with Louis Armstrong and Sam Cooke, among many others!.

Come for brunch! Great fun! Swing, Dixieland, Great American Standards, Romantic Ballads. . Come join us! & GET REAL HAPPY! Brunch starts at 10am, and music is from 10:30am to 2pm.

MARVELOUS WOODEN DANCE FLOOR FOR YOU SWING DANCERS!

And the food is DELICIOUS! PLEASE come out and support LIVE MUSIC!
Call The Falcon for more info: 845-236-7970

Sunday
10:00 am
to
2:00 pm
Easter Sunday Brunch!
with Saints of Swing, Miss Rene Bailey, David Winograd, Dale Demarco, Larry Balestra
Swing/Jump, Big Band, Dixieland, and Gospel. Latin, Motown, R&B, Ballroom, Klezmer!
The FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
The SAINTS of SWING are an extraordinary collective of some of the tri-state area's finest performers with an eclectic, electric groove of foot-tappin' Swing classics - from spicy New Orleans Dixieland style (complete with a dancin' tuba player!), elegant NYC sizzlers, Motown, R&B, Ballroom favorites, Gospel, Latin, and Klezmer!

Led by David Winograd on tuba/bass,with Dale Demarco on sax/clarinet, Larry Balestra on drums and featuring Miss Rene Bailey on vocals.

Sunday
10:00 am
to
2:00 pm
Gallery@TheFalcon
with SYDNEY CASH
The FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
The show will feature Cash’s new dimensional paintings and portraits in space-modulating installations. Some pieces will span the entire width of the club. Some will include the tables, integrating elements of his light sculpture to the surprise and delight of the Falcon audience!

Cash has been part of The Falcon family since its inception as a legendary house concert venue in 2001, and has continued to collaborate with The Falcon, its mission and its vibration. His optical panels were a permanent part of the original Falcon's permanent collection. Most memorably, a bright transparent structure of red yarn - created in front of a performance by the Kelvin Sholar group - jumping, wiggling and jiving with the music.

What does this Work-in-Progress mean? It means the show is alive. It will change frequently as Cash respond to the space, the music and the experience on a weekly basis.

http://cargocollective.com/sydneycash

Sunday
11:00 am
to
1:30 pm
Acoustic Brunch
with Kimberly, Bruce Hildenbrand
Contemporary, Acoustic, and Folk/Traditional
Cafe Mezzaluna / Bistro Latino
626 Rt. 212
Saugerties, NY   See Map
Cafe Mezzaluna: Where the best food, art and entertainment meet in a space brimming with culture, earthly delights, and much more!

Sunday
1:00 pm
to
3:00 pm
MARTINE JONES
Rock (classic)
Peekskill coffee house
101 South Division St.
Peekskill , NY   See Map


Sunday
6:00 pm
to
7:00 pm
OM For Peace
Singing Meditation
Mountain View Studio
20 Mountainview Ave
Woodstock, NY   See Map
This is our 12th Year! Come sing with Baird & and Prana at this uplifting event or organize your own meeting to happen at the same time. Free
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Sunday
7:00 pm
FRED SCRIBNER w/ MICHAEL TORSONE
Blues, Rock (classic), and Americana
VIRGOS SIP N SOUL
BEACON, NY   See Map
Fred Scribner W/ Michael Torsone playing Blues & Classic Rock.


Sunday
7:30 pm
TriBeCaStan
World, Jazz, and Folk/Traditional
Towne Crier Cafe
379 Main Street
Beacon, NY   See Map
Radically multicultural and poly-stylistic, TriBeCaStan is one of contemporary music's most musically diverse bands. The Washington Post hails them as "an international jazz & folk festival unto themselves."
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Sunday
9:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Lou Dominguez
Singer-Songwriter, Folk/Traditional
Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts
Online: www.wtbq.com or 93.5FM, NY   See Map
We The People, Lou Dominguez's third CD paints a fascinating portrait of the complexities of our culture as Americans. From immigrants to the working class and from religious hypocrites to Iraq War Veterans, this CD, written in less than one year, examines characters and situations that are unique to our experience. We The People takes you on a trip through the USA, from Capitol Hill to Dallas Texas, while meandering through small towns, including Lou's own hometown in Northern New Jersey, while venturing out to the Bronx and beyond.
Monday, April 21

Monday
6:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
Dave Anthony
Rock (50's-60's)
Smoke Haus & Deli (Car Cruise)
Hopewell Jct, NY   See Map
Car Cruise Smoke Haus & Deli, Intersection of Route 82 & Old Hopewell Rd, Hopewell Jct, NY
Tuesday, April 22

Tuesday
6:30 pm
to
9:00 pm
Burgers & Beers & Open Mic
Open Mic, Acoustic, and Singer-Songwriter
The High Falls Cafe
12 Stone Dock Road
High Falls, NY   See Map
Join Jeff Entin at the Open Mic Night at The High Falls Cafe. Registration is at 6:30 and music starts at 7:00. Come on down to hear some great music. You never know when you might hear the next up and coming artist from the Hudson Valley.
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Wednesday, April 23

Wednesday
5:30 pm
to
10:00 pm
Gallery@TheFalcon
with SYDNEY CASH
The FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
Sculptor Sydney Cash mounts a three month ”work-in-progress” exhibition at The Falcon in Marlboro NY, beginning February 2014.

The show will feature Cash’s new dimensional paintings and portraits in space-modulating installations. Some pieces will span the entire width of the club. Some will include the tables, integrating elements of his light sculpture to the surprise and delight of the Falcon audience!

What does this Work-in-Progress mean? It means the show is alive. It will change frequently as Cash respond to the space, the music and the experience on a weekly basis.

Sydney Cash's studios are nearby in Marlboro. With a key to the club, his work-in-progress may happen at any time, day or night. This is a very special opportunity for the artist, whose experimental ideas will be manipulated in continuing improvisation, complimenting the music being performed, and engaging an audience that wants to be thrilled with “all that jazz”.

Wednesday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
bigBANG Jazz Gang plays Mostly Mingus!
Jazz
The FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
bigBANG celebrates Charles Mingus's birthday with fourteen improvising musicians vibrating The Falcon stage!

Highly influential American jazz double bassist, composer and bandleader, Charles Mingus, retained the hot and soulful feel of hard bop and drew heavily from black gospel music and drawing on elements of free jazz, and classical music. Mingus avoided categorization, forging his own brand of music that fused tradition with unique and unexplored realms of jazz.

bigBANG members include: Music Director Robert Kopec, Dale DeMarco, Ed Xiques, Matt Finck, Joe Bacci, Jack Ryon, Steven Frieder, John Patrick Manning, Walter Barrett, Chris Pasin, Howard Levy, Jon Leonard and Bob Meyer.
Thursday, April 24

Thursday
5:30 pm
to
10:00 pm
Gallery@TheFalcon
with SYDNEY CASH
The FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
Sculptor Sydney Cash mounts a three month ”work-in-progress” exhibition at The Falcon in Marlboro NY, beginning February 2014.

The show will feature Cash’s new dimensional paintings and portraits in space-modulating installations. Some pieces will span the entire width of the club. Some will include the tables, integrating elements of his light sculpture to the surprise and delight of the Falcon audience!

What does this Work-in-Progress mean? It means the show is alive. It will change frequently as Cash respond to the space, the music and the experience on a weekly basis.

Sydney Cash's studios are nearby in Marlboro. With a key to the club, his work-in-progress may happen at any time, day or night. This is a very special opportunity for the artist, whose experimental ideas will be manipulated in continuing improvisation, complimenting the music being performed, and engaging an audience that wants to be thrilled with “all that jazz”.

Thursday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Live Jazz
Acoustic
Aroma Thyme Bistro
165 Canal St
Ellenville, NY   See Map
Please Join us!!!John Simon and The Greater Ellenville Jazz Trio Never a cover charge for Music Winter Hours 7-10pm /Summer 8-11pm

Thursday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Ali Ryerson Quintet
Jazz
The FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
"Ali (is) at the height of her powers, exhibiting all the qualities of lyricism, intelligence and grace that have been the hallmark of her work for decades" JazzReview.com

“Ali Ryerson has long been one of jazz’s top flute players. Ryerson is heard at the peak of her powers. This gem is well worth searching for.” LA Jazz Scene

Jazz flutist Ali Ryerson, consistently voted among the top jazz flutists in the Downbeat Jazz Poll, was recently honored as Jazz Flutist of the Year nominee (Jazz Journalists Association). Ali performs, records and teaches internationally, having toured worldwide, with performances ranging from Carnegie Hall to the Kennedy Center; the Monterey Jazz Festival to the Guinness Jazz Festival in Ireland; Ronnie Scott’s in London to the Blue Note in both NYC and Japan.

With a career spanning four decades, Ryerson has released nearly 20 jazz albums on major labels and with legendary jazz producer Bob Thiele’s label Red Baron.


Thursday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Live Music in Briarcliff!
with Stephanie Biddle with guitarist Bruce Edward
Acoustic
Haymount House
25 Studio Hill Road
Briarcliff Manor, NY   See Map
4/3/14 - Thursday - Jon Cobert 4/4/14 - Friday – Curtis Winchester and Paul Mariconda

4/10/14 – Thursday – John Kass Trio 4/11/14 – Friday – Kimberly Hawkey and Assaf Gleizner on Keyboard

4/17/14 – Thursday – Curtis Winchester and Jon Cobert 4/18/14 – Friday – John Ragusa and Jeremy Wall

4/24/14 – Thursday – Stephanie Biddle with guitarist Bruce Edward 4/25/14 – Friday – Judy Mary Cantorino Trio

Thursday
7:30 pm
to
9:30 pm
Speakeasy Jazz Series - April 24
with John Esposito & Friends, John Esposito, Lew Scott, Eric Person
Jazz
Stockade Tavern
313 Fair Street
Kingston, NY   See Map
Stockade Tavern’s monthly Speakeasy Jazz Series, produced by Firecracker Productions, presents renowned saxophonist Eric Person with John Esposito on keyboards and Lew Scott on bass, Thursday, April 24, from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm. The trio will perform innovative arrangements of jazz standards.

Because of its reputation for booking only the finest jazz musicians in the Hudson Valley, the Speakeasy Jazz Series has become known as one of the hottest jazz scenes in upstate New Year. Musicians of the highest caliber come to sit in, so you never know who might show up and show off.

Thursday
8:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Benefit Concert
with Jay Ottaway
Blues, Acoustic
Unison Arts Center
68 Mt. Rest Road
New Paltz, NY   See Map
Award-wining songwriter Jay Ottaway will perform a free concert to benefit Unison Arts Center on April 24 at 8pm. Jay Ottaway studied songwriting and blues guitar at the Berklee College of Music and cut his teeth in Nashville as a singer/songwriter and producer. This concert is free and open to the public. No reservations necessary.
For more information

Thursday
8:30 pm
to
11:30 pm
Darren Read's Solo Acoustic Sludge
Acoustic Sludge
The Golden Rail Ale House
29 Old North Plank Rd
Newburgh, NY   See Map
Darren Read - Singer - Guitarist - Songwriter for "The Outpatients" for over 25 years performing his Solo Acoustic Sludge and selling CD's from his latest compilation.

I'll be playing Original Music and Covers. All the good stuff - Led Zeppelin , Foo Fighters. Neil Young. Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Goo Goo Dolls, Collective Soul. Nirvana, Stone Temple Pilots, Johnny Cash, Alice in Chains, The Doors, Beatles, Stones, etc.etc


Thursday
8:30 pm
to
11:00 pm
Thursday Night Band Showcase
with Band of New York
Pop/Soft Rock. Swing/Jump
12 Grapes Music & Wine Bar
12 North Division Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Led by powerhouse drummer and vocalist Adam Snyder, Band of New York performs everything from Swing to classic Rock with impeccable style. And Stacy Snyder on lead vocals will just blow you away!

Band of New York is one of New York City's premier dance and party bands and is comprised of members from all over the city that have been on Broadway and TV, and have recorded albums and jingles for major record labels. Band members have performed with many great artists such as Billy Joel, Jack Bruce, Neil Sedaka, Aretha Franklin, Alisha Keys, Rod Stewart, and The Rolling Stones.

The band includes Adam Snyder on drums/vocals, Stacy Snyder on lead vocals, Mick Gaffney on guitar, Ivan Bodley on bass and John Hahn on trombone. Get ready to dance!!

**Free Admission**
Friday, April 25


Friday
5:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
CHILLER THEATER!!!
Rock (classic), Rock (progressive), and Rock (modern). Creepy,scary stuff
Chiller Theater Convention
Sheraton Parsippany
Parsippany , NJ   See Map
TRB's back at the INSANE Chiller Theater Convention @ the Sherton Parsippany in New Jersey!!

Plenty of big name guests and the return of CHILLER THEATER HALLOWEEN, a new CD co-produced by Pat Horgan & Kevin Clements of Chiller & The Dead Elvi!

We'll be signing & selling CDs all weelkend and performing Saturday night!

Come see Silvio,Mac,John,Harley,Pete &Pat ( & friends & fiends)
check out their site

Friday
8:30 pm
to
12:00 am
Bill's Toupee
Covers
Shadows on The Hudson
176 Rinaldi Blvd,
Poughkeepsie, NY   See Map

Friday
5:30 pm
to
10:00 pm
Gallery@TheFalcon
with SYDNEY CASH
The FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
Sculptor Sydney Cash mounts a three month ”work-in-progress” exhibition at The Falcon in Marlboro NY, beginning February 2014.

The show will feature Cash’s new dimensional paintings and portraits in space-modulating installations. Some pieces will span the entire width of the club. Some will include the tables, integrating elements of his light sculpture to the surprise and delight of the Falcon audience!

What does this Work-in-Progress mean? It means the show is alive. It will change frequently as Cash respond to the space, the music and the experience on a weekly basis.

Sydney Cash's studios are nearby in Marlboro. With a key to the club, his work-in-progress may happen at any time, day or night. This is a very special opportunity for the artist, whose experimental ideas will be manipulated in continuing improvisation, complimenting the music being performed, and engaging an audience that wants to be thrilled with “all that jazz”.

Friday
7:00 pm
to
8:00 pm
Opening Act!
with Lost Leaders, Peter Cole, Byron Isaacs, Lee Falco
The FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
If you took your copies of Deja Vu, Bookends, Full Moon Fever and Disraeli Gears and melted them into one L.P. it might sound like Lost Leaders, the alchemical brew of Peter Cole and Byron Isaacs.

The project was born at Levon Helm's studio in Woodstock, N.Y. in the winter of 2011. The barn was a second home for Byron, bass player for the Levon Helm Band, performing at the Midnight Rambles and on Levon's "Dirt Farmer" and "Electric Dirt" albums, both of which featured Byron's songwriting. Peter and Byron took a week between Saturday Rambles and, with the winter sunlight coming through the plate-glass windows, worked out original tunes with Grammy-winning house engineer Justin Guip.

The duo distills the songs to their most essential elements: their two voices and two guitars contrast with the lushness of the studio recordings. Their arrangements of songs by Beck, Pete Townsend, Neil Young and Tom Petty illustrate their haunting vocal blend and instrumental ingenuity.


Friday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Dinner & dancing at the Cat!
with Spillway Band
Country, Rock (classic), and Roots Music
The Catamount
5340 Rt. 28
Mt. Tremper, NY   See Map
The Spillway Band is looking forward to playing at The Catamount again and packing the dance floor! They play an up-tempo set list of rock, country, oldies, blues, R’n’B and originals, with an emphasis on danceability. Their eclectic set list includes the Rolling Stones, Beach Boys, CCR, The Drifters, Albert King, Kentucky Headhunters, Georgia Satellites, Chuck Berry, Kid Rock, Johnny Cash, The Beatles, Alan Jackson, Elvis, The Hollies, Eric Clapton, Delbert McClinton, Dwight Yoakam, Brooks & Dunn, etc.

For dinner reservations, call 845.688.2828.

Thanks for your support of local, live music!

Friday
7:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
FRED GILLEN JR.
Folk/Traditional
Peekskill coffee house
101 South Division St.
Peekskill , NY   See Map

Friday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Live Music in Briarcliff!
with Judy Mary Cantorino Trio
Acoustic
Haymount House
25 Studio Hill Road
Briarcliff Manor, NY   See Map
4/3/14 - Thursday - Jon Cobert 4/4/14 - Friday – Curtis Winchester and Paul Mariconda

4/10/14 – Thursday – John Kass Trio 4/11/14 – Friday – Kimberly Hawkey and Assaf Gleizner on Keyboard

4/17/14 – Thursday – Curtis Winchester and Jon Cobert 4/18/14 – Friday – John Ragusa and Jeremy Wall

4/24/14 – Thursday – Stephanie Biddle with guitarist Bruce Edward 4/25/14 – Friday – Judy Mary Cantorino Trio


Friday
7:30 pm
to
9:30 pm
Support Local Food & Local Music!
with Marji Zintz
Acoustic, Jazz, and Folk/Traditional. etc.
Joma Cafe
4075 Route 28A
West Shokan, NY   See Map
A beautiful, funky, family-run establishment in beautiful West Shokan, NY!

Check out this lovely venue in the town of Olive! It's a sweet place and a sweet family with Mary's delicious home-cooked food, yummy teas, and cozy, warm, welcoming atmosphere. Definitely looking forward to this show! You'll really love this place.

P.S. If you click on the link for a map next to the venue, make sure to edit the search by taking out the words "Joma Cafe." Then, you'll get an accurate map to the place.

(photo credit: Robert DeGraw)

Friday
7:30 pm
to
11:00 pm
Because of Pete: Celebrating the Life & Music of Pete Seeger
with The Great Blue, Jay Mankita, Donna & Rick Nestler, Rik Palieri
Acoustic, Folk/Traditional
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
"We lost our mentor and friend Pete Seeger on January 27. He would have been 95 on May 3rd. He left us with a lifetime of songs, stories, and philosophical musings"

Each of the participants has absorbed some favorite things from Pete, and will keep Mr. Seeger alive, in singing, in the telling, and in continuing, as Pete did, to think by ourselves.

Participants: Great Blue (a/k/a Shirl Lawrence & Steve Kaplan), Jay Mankita, Donna Nestler, Rick Nestler, and Rik Palieri.

Great Blue's music and harmonies are organic to Pete's Hudson River oriented songs. Jay Mankita is an excellent songwriter and a guitar wizard. Donna and Rik Nestler are both sea captains, both in the musical group "The Dirty Stay-Out Skifflers". Banjo Rik Palieri is earning every dime as a TV and radio personality, songwriter and folk singer.

Fair winds and easy travelin',

$10 cover - 100% of which goes to the musicians.

Come early. Great food, fine wine and beer, great music.

Friday
8:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
The Chain Gang
Rock (classic), Pop/Soft Rock, and Dance
La Puerta Azul
2510 Route 44
Salt Point, NY   See Map
We're back at one of our favorite venues. The Chain Gang will perform a mix of classic rock and pop (60's through 80s) at this very popular establishment. Billy Joel, The Beatles, The Eagles, BS&T, and tons more. The gang at La Puerta Azul are great hosts. Come in for dinner, or just a drink. The food and drink are outstanding. There is no cover charge!

Friday
8:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Jonah Smith Band
Singer-Songwriter, Blues, and Country. Soul, Folk
The FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
"Easygoing, soulful music, which calls to mind J.J. Cale, early Van Morrison, and Ben Harper" - Wall St. Journal

Jonah Smith is a critically acclaimed singer-songwriter based in Brooklyn, NY. He pulls from the deep well of American blues and its offshoots - soul, country, and folk. Smith is essentially a songwriter with the voice of a soul singer.

He has won an Independent Music Award for his song, “My Morning Scene” and has toured internationally for the last nine years including performances at festivals such as Bonnaroo and the BAM festival in Barcelona, Spain. He has shared the stage with Martin Sexton, Madeleine Peyroux, Little Feat and many others. His latest release, "Lights On" was acclaimed by critics and funded entirely by his fans.

Friday
8:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
Leo B.
Acoustic
Newburgh Brewing Company
Newburgh, NY   See Map
Come enjoy an evening of music including everything from the Beatles, Clapton, John Mayer, Simon & Garfunkel, Steely Dan, Van Morrison and many more!!

Friday
8:00 pm
A Local Favorite!
with Marji Zintz
Acoustic, Folk/Traditional, and Jazz. Etc.
Joma Café
4075 Route 28A
West Shokan, NY   See Map
With a voice that has been likened to, among others, Joni Mitchell, Rickie Lee Jones, Linda Ronstadt, the late Eva Cassidy, and Shawn Colvin, Marji Zintz is a solo vocalist/arranger/acoustic guitarist who is known for her sweet voice; heart-felt, soulful interpretations; spot-on intonation; extensive, genre-busting repertoire; and masterful guitar playing.

Friday
8:00 pm
Theatresports - Improv Comedy and Music
with Mop & Bucket Co.
Comedic, Cabaret, and Musical Theater. Improvisation
Underground at Proctors
432 State Street
Schenectady, NY   See Map
Theatresports (tm) combines all the fun and creativity of improv with the excitement of a sporting event.

Teams of improvisers compete for your approval by making up scenes, songs and stories based on your suggestions. The winner gets $700 Billion or a funky trophy, whichever taxes the American Public less.

Don't miss this highly-acclaimed world-wide improv phenomenon.

The Mop & Bucket Co. (MopCo) is the Capital District's premiere improvisational theatre company. The company has been in existence in its present form since 2005.

We make stuff up. Shows, classes, training programs, all sorts of stuff.

"FROM ITS HUMBLE BEGINNINGS, THIS TROUPE HAS MORPHED AND GROWN INTO A TOP-NOTCH UNIT CAPABLE OF ALL KINDS OF THEATRICAL GAMESMANSHIP, MUCH OF THEIR OWN INVENTION."--Michael Eck, Albany Times Union

Theatresports(tm) was created by Keith Johnstone, all rights reserved.

Ticket Prices: $14 Adults, $6 Students & Seniors
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Friday
8:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
Al Westphal
Pop/Soft Rock, Rock (classic)
Palaia Vineyards & Winery
10 Sweet Clover Road
Highland Mills, NY   See Map

Friday
8:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Best of the Dead ’70-’75
with Dead on Live
Rock (classic)
Paramount Hudson Valley
1008 Brown Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Multi-instrumentalist Marc Muller directs a Note For Note celebration capturing this important and beloved period in the Grateful Dead’s long, illustrious, and stylistically diverse career. The best of ’70-’75 features music from Workingman’s Dead to American Beauty all the way through Blues For Allah. Muller has assembled an impressive cast of world class musicians that have been able to reproduce virtually every note of every instrument, as well as all of the beautifully orchestrated vocal arrangements. Don’t miss this amazing show.
Purchase Tickets Here

Friday
9:00 pm
to
12:00 am
Classic and Dance Rock Favorites
with THE OTHER BAND
Rock (classic), Dance, and Rock (modern)
The Finn Tavern
152 Route 202
Lincolndale, NY   See Map
Join THE OTHER BAND for a night of dance and party rock n roll as we bring the big rock show to THE FINN TAVERN ! Everyone loves our song selection and you will dance, sing, and party with us all night long. Bring your friends and your dancing shoes! Come out and see what everyone is talking about...

Friday
9:00 pm
to
12:00 am
Making it publik
with Keith Newman
Acoustic
The Publik House
130 Canal Street
Ellenville, NY   See Map
Keith Newman performs acoustic songs by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Grateful Dead, Neil Young, John Lennon, Paul Simon, Cat Stevens, Pink Floyd and more.

Friday
9:00 pm
to
11:33 pm
Last Friday!
with Studio Stu
Alternative, Contemporary, and World. Evocative Jazz, Exotic Lounge
Market Market Cafe
1 Madeline Lane Route 32
Rosendale, NY   See Map
On the last Friday of the month, me, Studio Stu will be musically exploding at my favorite joint in the Hudson Valley, Market Market Cafe. Each month I will bring a different, unique blend of eclectic musicians together to mingle in the musically unknown. This month, I'm gonna surprise you...ya know it's gonna be entertaining.

This is one very cool joint, a bit of Brooklyn in the middle of all these trees. (there are a lot of trees up here)

So, come have a drink, some incredible, and I mean, incredible food, and I'll play my little heart out with the band du jour to soothe yer soul with some tunes that are familiar, yet, not. Come on down and I'll explain it to you...bring your mother too.
Check Out Studio Stu...


Friday
9:30 pm
to
12:30 am
Rock/Pop, Jazz/Funk, Country/Blues
with TJay & the Tallboys
Pop/Soft Rock
12 Grapes Music & Wine Bar
12 North Division Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
TJay's style incorporates Rock/Pop with Jazz and Funk to create an independent sound with huge potential for crossover. Drawing on influences from Blues Traveler to Maroon 5, TJay's diversity is one of his strong attributes. His music is uniquely timeless and speaks to any musical taste, and his guitar work is suburb! His latest full-lenth studio album, "Pivot", features John Popper (Blues Traveler) on harmonica and Ryan MacMillan (Matchbox 20, Push Stars) on drums.

TJay has shared the stage with such well established artists as The Doobie Brothers, Blues Traveler, Leon Russell, Graham Parker & many others.

“TJay is at the same place in (his) career that Dave Matthews was when he recorded 'Remember Two Things'." - STEVE LILLYWHITE, Producer (Dave Matthews Band, Jason Mraz)

Join us tonight for TJay & the Tallboys!

**$5 Entertainment Fee for all, including diners**

Entertainment Fee goes directly to the band. Thank you for supporting live music.
Listen on youtube
Saturday, April 26


Saturday
11:00 am
to
2:00 am
CHILLER THEATER!!!
Rock (classic), Rock (progressive), and Rock (modern). Creepy,scary stuff
Chiller Theater Convention
Sherton Parsippany
Parsippany , NJ   See Map
TRB's back at the INSANE Chiller Theater Convention @ the Sherton Parsippany in New Jersey!!

Plenty of big name guests and the return of CHILLER THEATER HALLOWEEN, a new CD co-produced by Pat Horgan & Kevin Clements of Chiller & The Dead Elvi!

We'll be signing & selling CDs all weelkend and performing Saturday night!

Come see Silvio,Mac,John,Harley,Pete &Pat ( & friends & fiends)
check out their site

Saturday
5:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
Olive FD Banquet (private event)
with Spillway Band
Country, Rock (classic), and Dance
Twin Lakes Resort
Hurley, NY   See Map
The Spillway Band is honored to be playing for the Olive Fire Department's yearly banquet. We can't thank these volunteers enough for all that they do in our community!

Saturday
5:30 pm
to
10:00 pm
Gallery@TheFalcon
with SYDNEY CASH
The FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
The show will feature Cash’s new dimensional paintings and portraits in space-modulating installations. Some pieces will span the entire width of the club. Some will include the tables, integrating elements of his light sculpture to the surprise and delight of the Falcon audience!

Cash has been part of The Falcon family since its inception as a legendary house concert venue in 2001, and has continued to collaborate with The Falcon, its mission and its vibration. His optical panels were a permanent part of the original Falcon's permanent collection. Most memorably, a bright transparent structure of red yarn - created in front of a performance by the Kelvin Sholar group - jumping, wiggling and jiving with the music.

What does this Work-in-Progress mean? It means the show is alive. It will change frequently as Cash respond to the space, the music and the experience on a weekly basis.

http://cargocollective.com/sydneycash

Saturday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Join us for an evening of dinner and dancing
with Jump Street Duo
Pop/Soft Rock, Dance
Ice House
1 Main Street
Poughkeepsie , NY   See Map
Jump Street featuring Peter Theodore on guitar/vocals and Gordon George on keyboard/vocals returns to Ice House to play a wide variety of music at this popular restaurant/bar starting with lite jazz and soft rock for the dinner crowd and ending with dance music for the bar. This is a great venue to meet and enjoy great food and drink.


Saturday
7:00 pm
Music Menu
with Dorraine Scofield, JB Hunt & Larry Balestra
Acoustic, Singer-Songwriter
Cafe Mezzaluna
626 Rt 212
Saugerties, NY   See Map
This series will be hosted by Bruce Hildebrandt & his wife Jeanne. Dorraine & the gang will be sharing the stage with Joe Veillette. The food is great and reasonably priced--beer & wine are also available.

Saturday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Remembering Pete in Story and Song
with Pete Seeger Tribute
Folk/Traditional, Acoustic, and Covers
Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Rock Tavern
9 Vance Road
Rock Tavern , NY   See Map
Pat Lamanna, Bill Hudson, Rik Palieri, Rick Nestler, Spook Handy, David Bernz, Dan Einbender, singers from the Walkabout Clearwater Chorus and other singers who have known, performed with and been influenced by Pete Seeger will be sharing stories about and songs written or performed by Pete Seeger

Tickets $8 in advance. May be purchased through the UUCRT website (www.uucrt.org) or by calling (845) 978-5620. Tickets at the door $12 if space available. 80% of proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater and the Beacon Sloop Club; 20% will benefit the UUCRT.
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Saturday
7:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
TBAPeekskill coffee house
101 South Division St.
Peekskill , NY   See Map

Saturday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Craig Handy & Transition Quartet, Mart Chertkoff, Kyle Koehler, Steve WilliamsThe FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
"Transition Quartet is a straight-ahead, burning, energetic, swinging aggregation. Reminiscent of the 60's and 70's when the organ bands of Jimmy Smith, Larry Young, John Patton, Jimmy McGriff, Brother Jack McDuff, and Shirley Scott held sway over the anointed, jazz intelligencia"

From the time he arrived in New York in 1986, saxophonist Craig Handy was acknowledged as a musician with a big, burly tenor sound, sharp wit, and above all, individuality. Over the next few years he would breathe life into those accolades through a number of important associations: from Betty Carter to Herbie Hancock.

His new album, Craig Handy & 2nd Line Smith, is a collaboration with the band, 2nd Line Smith, has the New Orleans traditions of a second-line brass band. The CD features guests Wynton Marsalis and Dee Dee Bridgewater.

Handy has played with such jazz luminaries as Wynton Marsalis and Elvin Jones, and was a member of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers.

http://youtu.be/PRJVW44GHdQ

Saturday
7:00 pm
to
9:30 pm
Music Menu @ Mezzaluna
with Dorraine Scofield, Joe Veillette
Acoustic, Singer-Songwriter
Cafe Mezzaluna
626 Rte 212
Saugerties, NY   See Map
"(Dorraine) Scofield tells ballads like they happened just yesterday, taking you to their soul-center in a voice that's clear and smokey, at once. -- Kitty Montgomery, Kingston Daily Freeman. JB Hunt and Larry Balestra will accompany Dorraine.

Joe Veillette is probably best known as the founder, owner, and luthier in chief for Veillette Guitars, producers of some of the most sought-after instruments in the music industry. Joe also has worked as a session guitarist and singer with well-known artists in the Woodstock area. Currently he performs regularly with the Phantoms (as a band or acapella), and Blind Mice, The JV Squad (a rock & roll group), and with Prana, a 9-voice acapella group that uses Tibetan and Tuvan overtone techniques.

Saturday
7:00 pm
Live at the Library
with Bruce Ackerman, Laura Sumner, The Sideshow Deacons
Acoustic
Woodstock Public Library District
5 Library Lane
Woodstock, NY   See Map
Live at the Library presents Bruce Ackerman, Laura Sumner, and The Sideshow Deacons (Wayne Montecalvo and Marianne Tasick). Admission is free.


Saturday
7:30 pm
Acoustic Showcase
with Marji Zintz, hosted by Peter Calo
Acoustic, Folk/Traditional, and Jazz. etc.
Croton Free Library
171 Cleveland Drive
Croton-on-Hudson, NY   See Map
Songwriter Peter Calo hosts the evening and offers a tune or two himself. Peter has been a senior band-member for Carly Simon, guitarist for the Broadway hit Hairspray, and musical consultant to director Julie Taymor for her film Across the Universe.

photo credit: Robert DeGraw
Marji's Website

Saturday
7:59 pm
to
11:00 pm
LIVE MUSIC, GREAT BAND, GREAT PLACE!
with FIDO
Rock (classic), Rock (modern), and Country
The Landmark Grille
4072 Route 28
BOICEVILLE, NY   See Map
Those who know Fido know, it's NEVER a dull time with them! Great mix of originals & covers that will keep you dancing & laughing all night! GOOD TIMES!

NO COVER - SUGGESTED $5 DONATION (or more!)

ALSO: Buy a drink, give your server $5 (or more) for the band, & receive a Free Drink Coupon for your next drink ON US.


Saturday
8:00 pm
The Circus Comes to Town
with The Slambovian Circus of Dreams
Americana, Singer-Songwriter, and Rock (modern)
Acoustic Cafe Music Series
25 Fremont Ave
Park Ridge, NJ   See Map
Formed in Sleepy Hollow, New York over a decade ago, The Slambovian Circus of Dreams (AKA The Grand Slambovians) pioneered the alt-folk/americana genre, staying on the fringes of the music industry and under the radar while producing several critically acclaimed studio albums. ‘A Box of Everything,’ the band’s new release, is a compilation of the ‘Greatest Hits’ you’ve never heard from this reclusive band.

Their melodic avant-folk conjures a quirkier Tom Petty or fuller Buffalo Tom with an exotic instrumental arsenal. If you like Dylan, Bowie, The Decemberists, you’ll find a lot to love about this band which features an otherworldly slide mandolin, accordion, cello and styles ranging from dusty Americana ballads to Pink Floydesque cinematic anthems.

Our Lady of Mercy Academy, 25 Fremont Ave. Park Ridge, NJ 07656 Tickets: $25 advance online & $28 at the door www.cafeacoustic.org 201-573-0718 Proceeds benefit the OLM St Vincent’s Haiti Scholarship fund.


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Saturday
8:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
GT'S BACK AT PALAIA
with Groovy Tuesday - GT
Rock (classic)
Palaia Vineyards
Sweet Clover Road
Highland Mills, NY   See Map
Groovy Tuesday in the Sweet Clover Room...starting at 8:00...21+

Get there early for a seat....Lots of great wine...and local beer....come enjoy the great vibe and the music of GT....one of the Hudson Valley's best vocal groups!

Just up the road from Woodbury Commons on 32 North.


Saturday
8:00 pm
Swear and Shake
Rock (modern), Folk/Traditional, and Pop/Soft Rock
The Purple Crayon
52 Main Street
Hastings on Hudson, NY   See Map
Swear and Shake is quickly rising on the music scene; they’ve toured with The Lumineers, Delta Rae and more, and have played festivals like Governors Ball, SXSW and Mountain Jam. Their “postcard-perfect indie folk with an undercurrent of sly humor” is making a name for Swear and Shake as “a band you’ve got to see.” The energetic, joyful quartet even has local roots - the group formed at SUNY Purchase with a demo recorded in a dorm room, which quickly began to circulate and attract attention. Now they're gaining praise from Paste, the New York Times, Time Out New York and more, particularly for thier live shows: "It's clear that the band thrives in a live setting."

Experience the "folksy, foot-stomping rock" in person when Swear and Shake comes to The Purple Crayon for an uplifting show in a beautiful setting.
More info & tickets

Saturday
8:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Soulful singing and Lip-tromboning
with Lipbone Redding, RoseAnn Fino
Blues, Latin, and Ska
Unison Arts Center
68 Mt. Rest Road
New Paltz, NY   See Map
The incomparable Lipbone Redding takes to the stage, weaving funky rhythms, humor, soulful singing, throat singing, bass and beat-boxing, and his world famous, astonishingly realistic lip tromboning. In an evening of stories and songs, Lipbone will take his listeners on a journey that begins in the underground caverns of New York City's subways and makes stops in New Orleans, Memphis, South America, Europe and India.

Woodstock native RoseAnn Fino, who has been compared to Lucinda Williams, will open for Lipbone.

Tickets are $22 in advance ($18 for Unison members) and $26 at the door ($22 for members). Students are half price with a valid ID.


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Saturday
8:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
Groovy Tuesday
Rock (classic)
Palaia Vineyards & Winery
10 Sweet Clover Road
Highland Mills, NY   See Map
GT is a classic 4-piece acoustic/electric rock band that sings and plays the great memories you grew up with. From Crosby, Stills & Nash to Pink Floyd.

Throughout the Lower Hudson Valley, Groovy Tuesday performs the music of The Hollies, The Doors, The Beatles, Spencer Davis Group, Classics IV, James Taylor, The Eagles, Bill Withers, Mountain, The Byrds, The Young Bloods, Bad Finger and many more... Groovy Tuesday = John, Michael, Peter & Neil

Saturday
8:00 pm
to
10:30 pm
Winard Harper Sextet
Jazz
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
"Winard Harper is one of his generation's greatest standards bearers." Downbeat Magazine

Winard Harper has performed with some of the greatest names in jazz. At 20, he was playing the drums first with Dexter Gordon, and then Johnny Griffin, and honed his chops for the next four years under the tutelage of the late, great Betty Carter.

With his brother Philip Harper on trumpet, Winard led The Harper Brothers, one of the hottest groups of the post-bop era and produced the chart topping Remembrance: Live at the Village Vanguard.

Winard has released four CD's to his credit: Be Yourself (1994), Trap Dancer (1998), Winard (1999), and Faith with Carrie Smith (2000). He is one of the most sough-after sidemen on the jazz circuit; has been exploring African rhythms that influence his work, and is noted for his abilities on the cymbals, which under his hand become an outstanding solo instrument all their own.
$10 adm. Call for reservations 914-737-1701.

Saturday
8:30 pm
to
11:30 pm
Chuck Davis
Rock (50's-60's), Pop/Soft Rock
Piano Piano Wine Bar
1064 Main Street
Fishkill, NY   See Map
Stop in and listen to Chuck and his amazing Harp Guitar. An amazing musician on an amazing instrument. Beatles, Billy Joel, Fleetwood Mac, you name an artist and he will find a tune.

Saturday
8:30 pm
to
12:30 am
Live Doo-Wop 50’s, 60's & 70’s Band
with Beauty & The Grease
Rock (50's-60's), Rock (classic), and Motown/R&B. Doo-Wop Music
Solari's Resturant
61 River Road
Hackensack, NJ   See Map
Performing live vocals and harmonies at Solari's Restaurant in Hackensack, NJ. Free Admission
For Reservations; 201-487-1969

Saturday
8:30 pm
to
11:30 pm
Dance and Classic Rock
with THE OTHER BAND
Rock (classic), Dance, and Rock (modern)
The Willows
Route 123
South Salem, NY   See Map
Join THE OTHER BAND for a night of dance and party rock n roll as we bring the big rock show back to The Willows! Always a good time. Good food, good drink, great people.

Saturday
8:30 pm
to
10:00 pm
NIKKI TALLEY
Bluegrass, Acoustic, and Country
THE BLOOMING SEED COFFEE HOUSE
760 Route 6 (Nestled in Temple Beth Shalom)
MAHOPAC, NY   See Map
THE BLOOMING SEED COFFEE HOUSE is a not for profit, community oriented music venue dedicated to authentic grass roots music from far and wide presented in a warm and welcoming environment and serving locally roasted coffee and handmade sweet baked goods. NIKKI TALLEY pairs her strong North Carolina vocals with her impeccable banjo playing and brings her audience to their feet.


Saturday
9:00 pm
to
1:00 am
Leo & the Lizards
Rock (classic)
Erie Hotel
Port Jervis, NY   See Map
Come enjoy an evening of classic rock... everything from AC/DC, the Beatles, Tom Petty, Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top and everything in between!!!

Saturday
9:00 pm
to
12:00 am
Soul City Motown & Stax Revue
Motown/R&B. Soul
The High Falls Cafe
12 Stone Dock Road (off Berme and Canal)
High Falls, NY   See Map
Soul City presents some of the most powerful decades in music history. Popping out hit after hit of the best of Motown/Stax and authentic Soul Classics.

Soul City performs this true American art form with three lead vocalists that re-connect you to those romantic soul and gospel riffs and a powerful four piece rhythm section sure to rock your soul.
Directions

Saturday
9:00 pm
Playing Fleetwood Mac & OTHER Great Rock
with Crystal Visions
Rock (classic), Covers
The Publik House
30 West Ramapo Rd
Garnerville, NY   See Map
We are a unique 6 piece band with 2 female lead vocalists.

We play songs by Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks, Grand Funk Railroad, The Pretenders, Pink Floyd, Blues Traveler, Tom Petty, Patty Smith, Don Henley, The Eagles, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, Natalie Merchant, Reo Speedwagon & more!

Come on out and have some fun. Great Food & Drinks. NO COVER CHARGE!

Saturday
9:00 pm
Destructive DecisionsElsie's Place
1475 Route 208
Wallkill , NY   See Map


Saturday
9:30 pm
to
12:30 am
One of Asbury Park's finest Blues / Rock / Funk band
with Slim Chance & the Gamblers
Blues, Rock (classic)
12 Grapes Music & Wine Bar
12 North Division Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Slim Chance & The Gamblers describes their sound as "Bluesrockafunkadelica", which is Blues, Rock, Funk and Psychedelic music combined. "Together we take the gamble at laying our time and our love for music on the table." Cool percussion brings Latin influences to the band, like Carlos Santana and Ray Baretto.

Lead singer/guitarist Mario Casella is one of the premier musicians in New Jersey's Asbury Park, and his band is made up of 8 of the most talented players in the Asbury area.

The band performs songs from Bob Marley to Little Feat, Eric Clapton to The Meters, Santana to Jimmy Buffett and many more... Zack Brown, Springsteen, The Drifters, Billy Joel, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, The Eagles and even a little Zydeco from south Louisiana "to round out the day".

**$10 Entertainment Fee or $5 with dinner entree**

Entertainment Fee goes directly to the band. Thank you for supporting live music.

Saturday
10:00 pm
to
2:00 am
HURLEY MOUNTAIN HIGHWAY
Pop/Soft Rock, Rock (classic)
The Captain's Table
547 Route 17M
Monroe, NY   See Map
It's a Spring evening of fun at The Captain’s Table! If you love acoustic-electric music, you'll love the "Feel-Good Music" of HURLEY MOUNTAIN HIGHWAY! Come on over and hang with your friends and listen, sing, dance, and reminisce to some of the greatest tunes of the '60s and '70s...and beyond! The Captains Table is located at: 547 Route 17M, Monroe, NY 10950 (845) 783-0209 (SUNSHINE ONLY)

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