Show Detective – Weekend Shows – 5/17 – 5/19

Written by on May 16, 2024

Show Detective.

Friday, May 17th

The Classic Country Jamboree, The Linda, Albany, 8pm-10pm

If you’ve ever wanted to take a trip back in time and spend a magical evening revisiting the glory days of country music, The Country Jamboree concert will take you there. Featuring an incredible cast who have performed with some of country music‘s most popular artists, this outstanding performance features the music of Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette, Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn and more. Like spending an evening at The Grand Ole Opry, The Country Jamboree takes you from all out hoe down to poignant love song – and everything in between – all in one show!

The Country Jamboree – Live In Concert – taking you back to when country music really was Country Music!

Tommy Emmanuel, CGP with special guest Cris Jacobs, The Egg, Albany, 8pm

The real-time exuberance Tommy Emmanuel brings to every note of every song he plays is palpable and infectious. His fans are in love with his unbound talent as a guitarist of
multitudes, his ability to play three parts at once, always with pure heart and real soul. He is a true virtuoso. But he seems as delighted always with the magic of the music as the audience, if not more, and his joy illuminates everything.

In the Round: Jocelyn & Chris and Sydney Worthley, Universal Preservation Hall, Saratoga Springs

In the Round Series in partnership with WEXT is back at UPH. Our mission for this series is to uplift and highlight the work of various singer/songwriting artists on the rise to stardom!

Jocelyn and Chris Together with their band, they’ve charted five consecutive commercial radio singles in the Billboard AAA Top 40, taken two records to #1 on the Relix Jambands Top 30, and appeared nationally on NBC’s Today Show. The siblings, both recent graduates of Harvard University, have recorded eight albums and tour coast to coast.

Doug Stone Close Up w/s/g Mark Pierre, Cohoes Music Hall, Cohoes, 7pm-9pm

Kevin Richards’ Country Concerts ‘Close Up’ brings you an evening with 90s Country Legend Doug Stone- 8 #1 singles, 15 top 10 singles, and over 10 Million albums sold! Doug debuted in 1990 with the hit song, “I’d Be Better Off (In a Pine Box)”, Followed by his first number one, “In a Different Light”- nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Country Song. Both his debut album and 1991’s I Thought It Was You, earned a platinum certification from The Recording Industry Association of America. Two more albums for Epic, 1992’s From The Heart and 1994’s More Love, were each certified gold. The 90s hitmaker has charted over 20 singles, including “In a Different Light”, “A Jukebox and a Country Song”, “Little Houses”, “I Thought It Was You”, “Too Busy Being in Love”, “Addicted to a Dollar”, “More Love”, “Warning Labels” and “Why Didn’t I think of That”.  This ‘Close Up’ acoustic concert experience will feature a ‘Live On Stage’ Question and Answer session hosted by CMA winner Kevin Richards.

Growling Hazers, Rustic Barn Pub, Troy, 8pm-11pm

Step into a time machine of musical magic with Growling Hazers! From the swinging 60’s- 2000’s, join us for a journey through the greatest hits of the ages.

Bearly Dead (Grateful Dead Tribute), Putnam Place, Saratoga Springs, 9pm-12:30am

Bearly Dead is an all-star cast of players with deep roots in the New England jam & festival scene. While the band plays all of the Grateful Dead classics, they also dive into an extended catalog, which may include any song that any member of the Dead ever performed. With over 230 songs in rotation and new material being added all the time, Bearly Dead performs wildly different setlists every night and ensures that each show is a unique experience. With no designated “Jerry” or “Bobby”, this band is able to breathe new life into songs with their fresh, high-energy approach to them. Bearly Dead is a setlist-nerd’s dream!

Ana Egge, Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs, 8pm-10pm

“Listen to her lyrics. Ana is the folk Nina Simone.” – Lucinda Williams

“Ana has the rare gift of being so eloquent and simple that she takes your breath away.” – Shawn Colvin

Warm and modest in her demeanor, Ana Egge is a singer-songwriter and luthier born in Canada and raised in North Dakota. Her music draws praise for its honesty, vulnerability, and beauty, and her mystique is undeniable. She is the subject of a 2015 documentary film, Bright Shadow. She has been featured in Billboard, Rolling Stone, and on NPR to name a few. Her newest album, Sharing in the Spirit, is a collection of songs that touch on politics, addiction, sex, and love. Produced by Lorenzo Wolff, the album opens with a civil rights celebration of hope and hard work, followed by a biblical, bluegrass beauty about people Ana has loved and known. The album also touches on addiction and sobriety, with a final track sung in tribute to the late, great Sinead O’Connor.

New Vision / Ptchwrk / Grape Juice / Fallen Youth, No Fun, Troy, 7pm-11pm

From “Bar People.”

Friday – 10PM at Peddlers Bar & BIstro – Al Bruno

Friday – 10PM at Saratoga Comedy Works – Open Mic

Friday – 4pm at Skidmore College Auditorium – TBD

Friday – 5:30PM at Bootleggers – Dan Sherwin

Friday – 5:30pm at Sofia’s – TBD

Friday – 5PM at Dancing Grain – Brandon LaRocca

Friday – 5PM -at Frog Alley Brewing – Gianna Robustiano

Friday – 5PM at S&S Farm Brewery – Mike McMann Duo

Friday – 5PM at Wishing Well – Rob Aronstein

Friday – 5PM at Yanni’s Too – TBD

Friday – 6:30PM at Artisanal Brew Works – K&O Duo

Friday – 6:30PM at Diamond Club – Rich Ortiz

Friday – 6:30PM at Other One Brewery – Stretch Duo

Friday – 6PM – at Allied Brewing – TBD

Friday – 6PM – at Wolf Hollow Brewing – Red Haired Strangers

Friday – 6PM at 30 Park – Steve Candlen

Friday – 6PM at 677 Prime – Tyler Giroux

Friday – 6PM at Bound By Fate Brewing – TBD

Friday – 6PM at Carsons Woodside Tavern – Carla Metz Duo

Friday – 6PM at Cock & Bull Restaurant – Drank The Gold

Friday – 6PM at Henry’s Tavern – Jeff Brisbi

Friday – 6PM at Hill Creek Tavern – TBD

Friday – 6PM at Inn at Saratoga – Sheri Nolan & Peter Von Allmen

Friday – 6PM at Korner Bar & Grill – Jeff Grippin

Friday – 6PM at Lago by Druthers – Frank Murray aka Fuzzy

Friday – 6PM at Mean Max Brewing Troy – TBD

Friday – 6PM at MoJo’s Cafe & Gallery – Liam Davis Band wsg Caity Gallagher

Friday – 6PM at Mouzon House – Steve Zucchini , Danny Garcia & James Gascoyne – Acoustic Masters Of Nostalgia

Friday – 6PM at Powers Pub – Rafael Picon

Friday – 6PM at Prime at Saratoga National – Jacksland

Friday – 6PM at Ravenswood – TBD

Friday – 6PM at Saratoga Winery – Justin Joyner

Friday – 6PM at Spa City Tap & Barrel – Coverups Duo

Friday – 6PM at Spa City Tap & Barrel – Dan Mellon

Friday – 6PM at Spindles On Remsen – TBD

Friday – 6PM at The Bunker at Mohawk Harbor – Kyle Loucks

Friday – 6PM at The Bunker Clifton Park – Tooty & The Motherpluckers

Friday – 6PM at The Bunker North Greenbush – Travis Rockenstire

Friday – 6PM at The Bunker Saratoga – TBD

Friday – 6PM at The Scarlet Knife – Anthony Cubbage

Friday – 6PM at Thirsty Owl – Had The Radish

Friday – 6PM at Wheatfields – TBD

Friday – 7:30PM at Eden Caffe – Sergio Sericolo & Company

Friday – 7:30PM at Universal Preservation Hall – Jocelyn & Chris Arndt , Sydney Worthley

Friday – 7PM at 151 Restaurant – Pat Decker

Friday – 7PM at Albany Distilling – TBD

Friday – 7PM at Bourbon Room – Will Capuano

Friday – 7pm at Bye I Brewery – Allen & Azzaam

Friday – 7PM at Cooperstown Distilling Co. – Patrick Sharrow

Friday – 7PM at Dock Browns – The Schmooze

Friday – 7PM at Dukes Chophouse- Christine Spero

Friday – 7PM at Finnigans on the Lake – Harmonic Duo

Friday – 7PM at Hanger On The Hudson – TBD

Friday – 7PM at Hometown Pub And Grub – TBD

Friday – 7PM at Kraverie – Completely Different

Friday – 7PM at Norte Azul Cantina – TBD

Friday – 7PM at O’Slattery’s – POGO

Friday – 7PM at Panza’s – Radio Gold

Friday – 7PM at Parting Glass – Bob Barker Band

Friday – 7PM at Peddlers Bar & Bistro – Juniper & Chris Carey

Friday – 7PM at Principessa Elana – Jeff Walton

Friday – 7PM at Quarters – Ragged Company

Friday – 7PM at Seven Bistro – TBD

Friday – 7PM at Wicked Eatery – Legacy

Friday – 8:30PM at Frog Alley Brewing – Skeeter Creek

Friday – 8PM at 9 Maple – Brian Patneaude Quartet

Friday – 8PM at Blessing Tavern – Tony Hall

Friday – 8PM at Caffe Lena – Anna Egge

Friday – 8PM at Lark Hall – TBD

Friday – 8PM at Nanola – Skippy & The Pistons

Friday – 8PM at Ophelias on Broadway- TBD

Friday – 8PM at Rookies Sports Bar – TBD

Friday – 8PM at Rustic Barn Pub – Growling Hazers

Friday – 8PM at Saratoga City Tavern – Dysfunction Junction

Friday – 8PM at The Linda – Classic Country Jamboree

Friday – 8PM at The Misfit – DJ EXPD

Friday – 8PM at Twisted Fiddler – TBD

Friday – 9PM at Centre St Pub – Gold Sun

Friday – 9PM at Ice House – The Coverups

Friday – 9PM at Night Owl – DJ Intel Haysfield & DJ TSwag

Friday – 9PM at Putnam Place – Bearly Dead

Friday – 9PM at Spa City Tap & Barrel – Nick Rossi Band

Friday – 9PM at Towne Tavern – Midnight Special

Friday – 9PM at Van Slycks at Rivers Casino – Rhythm Pilots

Friday – 9PM at Vapor – The Accent’s

Friday -6PM at Elevenat Lark Hall – TBD

Friday -6pm -Sunset Sips at Rivers Casino – DJ MixItUp

Friday- 7PM at Martels – TBD

Friday -7PM at Spinners Pizza – Chuck Ayers

Friday -8PM at Lark Tavern – Comedy Open Mic

Saturday, May 18th

Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show – Sam Evans, Proctor’s Theater, Schenectady

Sam Evans is a comic originally from Cincinnati, OH. After winning the 2012 Funniest Person in Cincinnati competition, Sam relocated to New York City in order to pursue comedy further, and was rewarded in 2014, when he was selected as one of the New Faces of the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in 2014. He has been featured on the Audible comedy podcast “Sounds Like America”. In 2020, he released his debut standup album “Sweet Baby Boy” with Blonde Medicine Records, which debuted at #1 on iTunes.

Mayflower Moonbeams: Jive Hive Live Series, Cohoes Music Hall, Cohoes, 7:30pm-10pm

Celebrate Spring with this third installment in t h e Jive Hive Live Series, featuring another triple bill of incredible Capital Region musicians. This event features Reese Fulmer & The Carriage House Band, Zan &the Winter Folk, and Hold on Honeys.

Neon Avenue, Rustic Barn Pub, Troy, 8pm-11pm

Grateful Dead tribute that brings a different energy to this classic songbook.

No One You Know Presents Tortured Poets Series: Emo Night at The Eleven, Albany, 7pm-11pm

DJ King Bully, Putnam Place, Saratoga Springs, 9pm-2am

Come get down on the biggest dancefloor in Saratoga. DJ King Bully will be spinning the hottest beats late in to the evening.

Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials, Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs, 8pm-10pm

“Electrifying, raucous, pure Chicago blues … Lil’ Ed is a guitarist extraordinaire … slashing slide and flamboyant stage persona.” – Chicago Tribune

“Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials are the hottest purveyors of bottleneck boogie to come out of Chicago since Hound Dog Taylor.” – The Chicago Sun-Times

In Chicago, a city overflowing with unrivaled blues talent, world-renowned Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials have been standing tall for almost 30 years. The band’s big sound, fueled by Lil’ Ed’s gloriously rollicking slide work and deep blues string bending, along with his rough-edged, soulful vocals, is as real and hard-hitting as Chicago blues gets.

“Raw-boned, old-fashioned Chicago blues has a new young master – Lil’ Ed Williams.” – The New York Times

Garcia Peoples w/s/g P.G. Six and Russel the Leaf, Hangar on the Hudson, Troy, 8pm-11pm

Formed in New Jersey by guitarists Tom Malach and Danny Arakaki, the band took a few years to find their flying shape, solidifying into a lineup with Danny’s brother Cesar on drums and Derek Spaldo on bass by mid-2016. Ramping up their acceleration around the time of their 2018 Cosmic Cash debut on Beyond Beyond Is Beyond Records, they’ve blasted through residencies and new songs and sessions and collaborations, relocating to New York, picking up two new members in keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist Pat Gubler and bassist Andy Cush, and leaving a trail of live tapes in their wake. This year, they’ve delivered not one but two new albums for BBiB: the sleek and song-oriented Natural Facts and the sprawling improvisatory opus of One Step Behind. 2019 also saw the first performances by the full Garcia Peoples lineup, a six-person behemoth with Spaldo on third guitar.

Albany Artifact Sale, Lost and Found, Albany, 1pm-5pm

Ampevene / Stoker / CPS / Cheesy Snacks, No Fun, Troy, 7pm-11pm

From “Bar People.”

Saturday – 10PM at Lost & Found- TBD

Saturday – 1PM at Villa Valenti Pub – TBD

Saturday – 2PM – at Mo Jo’s Cafe & Gallery – TBD

Saturday – 2PM at Misfit -TBD

Saturday – 3PM at Caffe Lena – TBD

Saturday – 3PM at Helderberg Mountain Brewery – Redhaired Strangers

Saturday – 3PM at The Bunker North Greenbush – TBD

Saturday – 3PM at the Bunker Saratoga – TBD

Saturday – 4PM at Centre St. Pub – TBD

Saturday – 4PM at Dancing Grain – Newspaper Taxi

Saturday – 4PM at Dock Browns Tavern – TBD

Saturday – 4PM at Unified Beer Works – Acoustic Graffiti

Saturday – 4PM at Universal Preservation Hall – TBD

Saturday – 5:30PM at The Wishing Well – Rob Aronstein

Saturday – 5PM – at Yanni’s Too – Bobbie Van Detta

Saturday – 5PM at Artisanal Brew Works – Mike Herman

Saturday – 5PM at Bound By Fate Brewing – Bennett Brothers

Saturday – 5PM at Dutch’s Place – Jack Kelle

Saturday – 5pm at Fredrick Allen Elks Lodge – TBD

Saturday – 5PM at Frog Alley Brewing – North Allen Duo

Saturday – 6:30PM at Diamond Club – Steve Candlen

Saturday – 6:30PM at Finnigans on the Lake -Guys Our Age

Saturday – 6:30PM at Other One Brewery – Amanda Case

Saturday – 6:30PM at Panza’s – Jeanne O’Conner Duo

Saturday – 6PM – Mouzon House – Joe Gitto & Dave Lawrence

Saturday – 6PM at 30 Park – Art n Shawna

Saturday – 6PM at 677 Prime – Franklin Micare

Saturday – 6PM at Browns Brewing Hoosick Falls – TBD

Saturday – 6PM at Carsons Woodside Tavern – The Schmooze

Saturday – 6PM at Henry’s Tavern – Russ Kennedy

Saturday – 6PM at Inn at Saratoga – Alyson Davis

Saturday – 6PM at Kris’s Mid City Tavern – TBD

Saturday – 6PM at Nanola- Jeanine Ouderkirk Duo

Saturday – 6PM at Norrine’s Restaurant – Vinyl Vault

Saturday – 6PM at Play By Play Sports – Joe Severino

Saturday – 6PM at Powers Pub – Thom Powers

Saturday – 6PM at Prime at Saratoga National – Girlz

Saturday – 6PM at Ravenswood – TBD

Saturday – 6PM at Real McCoy Brewery Delmar – Six Mile Sundown

Saturday – 6PM at S&S Farm Brewery – Michael McCarthy Duo

Saturday – 6PM at Skidmore College Auditorium – TBD

Saturday – 6PM at Spa City Tap & Barrel – Up The River

Saturday – 6PM at Stella’s Pasta Bar & Bistro – Dave Solazzo Trio

Saturday – 6PM at Sunset Sips Rivers Casino – DJ Mix It Up NY

Saturday – 6PM at The Bunker at Mohawk Harbor – Diva & The Dirty Boys

Saturday – 6PM at The Bunker Clifton Park – TBD

Saturday – 6PM at The Bunker North Greenbush – Head First Rock

Saturday – 6PM at The Scarlet Knife – Pat Decker

Saturday – 6PM at Thirsty Owl – Steve Candlen

Saturday – 6PM at VFW Saratoga – TBD

Saturday – 6PM at Windy Hill Cidery- TBD

Saturday – 6PM Galley Bar – John Terleckey

Saturday – 7:30pm at Alias Coffee- TBD

Saturday – 7:30PM at Prinicpessa Elena – TBD

Saturday – 7PM at 17 Cherry Plain Square – TBD

Saturday – 7PM at Across The Street Pub – TBD

Saturday – 7PM at American Legion Wynantskill – TBD

Saturday – 7pm at Bedrock Inn – TBD

Saturday – 7PM at Bourbon Room – TBD

Saturday – 7PM at Dock Browns Tavern – Sheri Nolan Duo

Saturday – 7PM at Dukes Chophouse at Rivers Casino – TBD

Saturday – 7PM at Eleven At Lark Hall – Sad Dads / Crush Crush / Sydney Worthley

Saturday – 7PM at Kraverie – Next Chapter

Saturday – 7PM at Melvin Roads American Legion – TBD

Saturday – 7PM at MoJo’s Cafe & Gallery – Rejuvenation Band

Saturday – 7pm -at Moon & River Cafe – TBD

Saturday – 7PM at O’Slattery’s – Chuck Ayers

Saturday – 7PM at Ophelias on Braodway- Donna Marie Tritico Band

Saturday – 7PM at Parting Glass – TBD

Saturday – 7PM at Quarters – Return From Exile

Saturday – 7PM at Rozey;s Tavern – TBD

Saturday – 7pm at Saratoga Wine Bar – Andy Iorio

Saturday – 7PM at The Bunker Saratoga – DJ Anthony

Saturday – 7PM at The Hollow – TBD

Saturday – 7Pm at The Lodge at Saratoga Casino – TBD

Saturday – 7PM at Trestle Restaurant -Harmonic Duo

Saturday – 7Pm at Twisted Peddler – TBD

Saturday – 7PM at Wolf Hollow Brewing – TBD

Saturday – 8:30pm at Frog Alley Brewing – 80’s Band

Saturday – 8PM at 9 Maple – Gadget

Saturday – 8Pm at Albany Distilling Co. – TBD

Saturday – 8PM at Artisanal Brew Works – Next Stop Comedy

Saturday – 8PM at Caffe Lena – Lil’ Ed & The Blue Imperials

Saturday – 8PM at Cohoes Music Hall – Reese Fulmer & The Carriage House Band / Hold On Honeys / Zan & The Winterfolk

Saturday – 8PM at Forty One Sports Bar – TBD

Saturday – 8PM at Milton Tavern – Skippy & The Pistons

Saturday – 8PM at Norte Azul Cantina – TBD

Saturday – 8pm at Putnam Place – Moon Hooch

Saturday – 8PM at Rustic Barn Pub- Neon Avenue

Saturday – 8PM at Seven Bistro – Dan Sherwin

Saturday – 8PM at The Ice House – TBD

Saturday – 8PM at The Linda – TBD

Saturday – 8PM at TJ’s Flightline Pub – TBD

Saturday – 8PM at Unihog – Tame The Rooster

Saturday – 8PM at Wicked Eatery – Stirred Up

Saturday – 9PM – at Night Owl – DJ Rick Wonder & DJ Tomb

Saturday – 9PM – at Vapor – Skeeter Creek

Saturday – 9PM at Caroline St. Pub – Hit n Run

Saturday – 9PM at Centre St. Pub – The Coverups

Saturday – 9pm at Electric Grinch – TBD

Saturday – 9PM at Saratoga City Tavern – Dude Abides

Saturday – 9PM at Spa City Tap & Barrel – ILL Funk Ensemble

Saturday – 9PM at Van Slycks at Rivers Casino – Chasin Crazy

Saturday 10pm At Peddlers Bar & Bistro – Al Bruno

Saturday 3pm at Horseshoe Tavern – TBD

Saturday- 4PM at Bedrock Inn- TBD

Saturday- 6PM at Korner Bar & Grill- TBD

Saturday -6PM at Saratoga Winery – North & South Dakota’s

Saturday- 6pm at The View at Brookhaven Golf Course – Vinyl Evolution Band

Saturday -8pm at Misfit – DJ EXPD

Sunday, May 19th

Troy River Fest, Downtown Troy, 11am-5pm

Tessa Lark & Frank Vignola, Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, 3pm

The incredibly versatile violinist Tessa Lark teams up with legendary guitarist Frank Vignola to create an intimate musical experience unlike any other. Performing intricate original arrangements of classics that span from classical to jazz and old to new, the duo mixes elements of improvisation with their collective breadth of musical ingrates resulting in a unique and unforgettably exciting performance.

New York Folklore presents DRAM, The Linda, Albany, 3pm-5pm

New York Folklore presents a free, multi-part showcase of New York’s diverse folk music traditions.

A dram is a small drink of whisky.

DRAM is also the ten-year placeholder name that five Greene County musicians go by when they gather to play the music of mountain folk and Celtic folk. They have performed on a regular basis at the East Durham Irish Festival, Irish Arts Week, The Shamrock House in East Durham, Coxsackie Riverside Festival and venues such as the Stewart House Hotel and Tavern in Athens, NY. The band roster includes Shannon and Andy Shober AKA Shandy. They bring to DRAM, Shannon’s lead and Andy’s harmony vocals, along with guitar, tinwhistle, and bass – both upright and electrified, Chris Fisher on the drums, Chris Kennedy and his guitar and last, Chris Marshall self-proclaimed jack of fiddle, mandolin, banjo and vocals, master of none!

Super Trans Am, The Egg, Albany, 8pm

Super Trans Am is the one of the most unique and innovative theme band on the market today, playing all of your favorite arena anthems and chart-topping radio hits of the 1970’s.

Combining unparalleled musicianship with artistic and inspired A/V production, you’ll enjoy revisiting classic singalongs from one of the most definable decades in American history. Performing masterworks from icons such as The Eagles, Hall & Oates, Queen, The Doobie Brothers, Paul McCartney & Wings, Peter Frampton, Foreigner, Kiss, Boston and Journey as well as “Yacht Rock” favorites such as “Still the One” by Orleans and Pilot’s “Magic”

Bill Maher, The Palace, Albany, 7:30pm

For more than twenty-five years, Bill Maher has set the boundaries of where funny, political talk can go on American television. First on “Politically Incorrect” (Comedy Central, ABC, 1993-2002), and for the last twenty years on HBO’s “Real Time,” Maher’s combination of unflinching honesty and big laughs have garnered him 41 Emmy nominations. Maher won his first Emmy in 2014 as executive producer for the HBO series, “VICE.” In October of 2008, this same combination was on display in Maher’s uproarious and unprecedented swipe at organized religion, “Religulous,” directed by Larry Charles (“Borat”).

Hozier, SPAC, Saratoga Springs, 7:30pm

with Allison Russell

Jerry Garcia Brunch with Jill, Bryan & Tom at The Eleven, Albany, 12pm-2pm

Embarking on a their latest journey, Jill and Bryan, known in the Capital Region as integral members of local tribute bands, have joined forces to create their duo project weaving together the soulful and timeless melodies of Jerry Garcia.

Frozen Sun, Flatwounds, 3db, Ginger Geezus, Putnam Place, Saratoga Springs, 2pm-7pm

Frozen Sun is an original hard rock/ heavy metal band from Albany, New York that formed in 2011.


Flatwounds is a heavy grunge band from Albany, NY.


Band Website:

Ginger Geezus is a blues/ rock band from Upstate New York with modern vibes. They perform classic 60s and 70s covers and original songs.


Sing in the Streets Festival, Caffe Lena; Saratoga Springs, All Day

King Buffalo / Gozer / Handsome Jack, No Fun, Troy, 7pm-11pm

From “Bar People.”

Sunday – 10:30AM at The Scarlet Knife – Jeff Brisbin

Sunday – 10:30AM at Wheatfields Clifton Park – Andy Iorio

Sunday – 10am at Prime at Saratoga National – TBD

Sunday – 12:30PM at Dock Browns Tavern – TBD

Sunday – 1PM at The Scarlet Knife – TBD

Sunday – 2PM – at Putnam Place – Frozen Sun / Flatwounds / 3DB /Ginger Geezus

Sunday – 2PM at 151 Restaurant – TBD

Sunday – 3:30Pm at Hank Hudson Brewing – Russ Kennedy

Sunday – 3PM at Artisanal Brew Works – Triple Trouble wsg Ivy Darling

Sunday – 3PM at Nanola – TBD

Sunday – 3PM at Wicked Eatery – Cryin Out Loud

Sunday – 4:30Pm at Yanni’s Too – Eric Erickson

Sunday – 4PM at Carsons Woodside Tavern – The Accents

Sunday – 4PM at Skidmore College Auditorium – TBD

Sunday – 5PM at Cock & Bull Restaurant – Masters Of Nostalgia

Sunday – 5PM at Twisted Peddler – TBD

Sunday – 6PM at Alias Coffee Roasters – TBD

Sunday – 6PM at Panza’s – Sinatra & Friends

Sunday – 6PM at The Ale House – TBD

Sunday – 7PM at Caffe Lena – TBD

Sunday – 7PM at Moon &River Cafe – Open Mic

Sunday – 7Pm at Putnam Place – TBD

Sunday – 7PM at Rustic Barn Pub – TBD

Sunday – 7PM at Skidmore College – TBD

Sunday – 7PM at Van Slycks at Rivers Casino – Latin Night with Rafy Cabrera

Sunday – 8PM at Lark Tavern – TBD

Sunday -11Am at O’Toole’s Albany – Jack Kelle

Sunday -12 noon – at Downtown Saratoga – Singing in The Streets – 13 Amazing Artists Check Caffe Lena’s Website For Details

Sunday- 2PM at Emack & Bolios- TBD

Sunday -5PM at Frog Alley Brewing – POGO

Sunday 7:30PM at Lark Hall – TBD

Sunday- 8PM at The LInda- Dram

Sunday-7:30pm at McGeary’s Irish Pub- Capital Region Blues Network Jam






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