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Calendar of Music Events

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Wednesday Jan 17, 2018 to Tuesday Jan 23, 2018

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Wednesday, January 17
Wednesday
7:00 pm
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10:00 pm
Petey Hop's Roots & Blues SessionsThe Falcon
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
The Falcon Underground's SIGN UP and SIT IN Session is creating a "home" for traditional blues and roots music with a strict "no pedals" policy and philosophy to keep it raw, and true to the original music.

The Falcon's highly encouraged DONATION policy will be in effect. Please be generous to our living working musicians! SUPPORT LIVING ARTISTS!

House Band: (Host) Petey Hop / Guitar / Vox, Doug Abramson / Bass and Brad Scribner / Drums
Wednesday
8:00 pm
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10:00 pm
Josh Deutsch’s Pannonia, Zach Brock, Ryan Keberle, Gary Wang, Ronen Itzik, Sofia Rei, Nikolett Pankovits, Heather Masse, and Chris TarryThe Falcon
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
Josh Deutsch’s Pannonia performs “traditional folk music from an imaginary place.” The quintet features Deutsch’s trumpet and compositions with violinist Zach Brock, trombonist Ryan Keberle, and Gary Wang’s bass with a collection of percussion instruments from around the world played by Ronen Itzik.

The band’s recording Another Time, Another Place (2014) was DownBeat Magazine's Editor’s Pick, which called it a “well-planned, beautifully executed program” with “odd meters, unusual instrumentation, deep compositions, (and) a clearly drawn fantasy world.”

This performance will celebrate the release - on vinyl and CD - of the band's second album, The Road to Pannonia, featuring stories by Peabody and Juno award-winning author Chris Tarry, with special guest vocalists Sofia Rei, Nikolett Pankovits and Heather Masse.
Thursday, January 18
Thursday
7:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
Ed Marris & Peter Brittain
Acoustic, Jazz
Zephyr Restaurant
302 Main Street
Pine Hill, NY   See Map
Ed on accordion and Peter on guitar playing your gypsy jazz favorites. You won't believe how perfect their music is!
Thursday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Trio Mio
Pop/Soft Rock, Singer-Songwriter, and Rock (classic)
High Falls Cafe
12 Stone Dock Road
High Falls, NY   See Map
Trio Mio is the "world's only four piece trio!" Driven by singer songwriter guitarist Fran Palmieri, and ably complemented by drummer and vocalist Robert Muller, guitarist and vocalist Bruce Hildenbrand, and bassist and vocalist Steve Massardo, the group plays dance-friendly songs about life and love.

Terri Massardo occasionally joins the "trio" with her beautiful vocals.
Directions
Thursday
7:00 pm
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10:00 pm
bigBANGThe Falcon
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
bigBANG will be vibrating The Falcon Underground with Big Sound every third Thursday! Twelve improvising musicians PLAY!

Rotating 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
7:30 pm
to
10:30 pm
American roots music live
with Michael Francis McCarthy
Blues, Bluegrass, and Acoustic. American roots music
Keegan Ales
20 Saint James Street
Kingston, NY   See Map
American roots musician Michael Francis McCarthy was born in South America, raised in the rural north and trained in the roots music traditions of the deep south. His music blends Delta blues, bluegrass, early country, Bolivian folk and 70s jam influences on acoustic guitar with powerful vocals, slide, original compositions and carefully-selected covers.
Thursday
7:30 pm
to
10:30 pm
The Open Mic For The People By The People Continues!
with Anyone Who Wants to Show Up!!!
Open Mic
Copperfield's Bar and Restaurant
2571 Rt 44
Salt Point , NY   See Map
OK ....... ANYTHING GOES AT THIS OPEN MIC (WITHIN REASON) WE SUPPLY THE BACK LINE THE PA THE DRUM KIT! ALL THAT'S MISSING IS YOU!! WE START OUT ACOUSTIC AND QUIET FOR ABOUT THE FIRST HOUR !/2 OR SO THEN WE GO ELECTRIC..... ALL TYPES OF INSTRUMENTS WELCOME ALL TYPES OF MUSIC WELCOME! SPOKEN WORD WELCOME AS WELL WE ASK THAT IF YOU ARE AN ACOUSTIC ACT TO GET THERE EARLY AS THAT IS WHEN WE WILL PUT YOU UP IF YOU WALK IN AROUND TEN OR SO MOST OF THE TIME SLOTS PROBABLY WILL BE FILLED WITH ELECTRIC ACTS...... SO COME ON OUT AND JOIN IN THE FUN AT ONE OF THE MOST LAID BACK SILLY OPEN MICS IN THE HUDSON VALLEY!!! SEE YA THERE!
Thursday
8:00 pm
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10:00 pm
Funky Dawgz Brass BandParamount Hudson Valley Theater
1008 Brown Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
The Funky Dawgz Brass Band are one of the premier touring acts on the live music scene today. Emerging from Connecticut, these young men have engulfed the spirit and traditions of New Orleans as well as earned the respect from local musicians who grew up and reside in the city. It is impossible not to enjoy yourself during a show as they play a contagious upbeat mix of traditional New Orleans R&B, original music, hip hop, funk, and today’s top hits with a brass twist. They have toured internationally and have been featured in all corners of the live music scene. From playing sold out shows at Madison Square Garden as the horn section for Dispatch, to Camp Bisco, to closing out The Peach Music Festival, their performances flow seamlessly from EDM festivals to jam band festivals to traditional New Orleans second line parades. There is a reason they were featured as one of Live For Live Music’s Brass Bands You Need To Know. The Funky Dawgz are dropping jaws. These high energy horns have
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Thursday
8:00 pm
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10:30 pm
Upcoming Show
with Thunderhead Organ Trio, Neil Alexander, Nadav Snir-Zelniker
Jazz, Rock (progressive)
The Wherehouse
119 Liberty St.
Newburgh, NY   See Map
Veteran musicians Joe Gil (trombone), Neil Alexander (organ and keyboards) and Nadav Snir-Zelniker (drums) have put together a new group called the "Thunderhead Organ Trio". The group is taking the concept of the organ trio in a new and different direction, drawing on many different influences and styles. The group explores the grittier, rockier side of the genre referencing groups like the original Tony Williams Lifetime and mines the jazz standard repertoire for obscure gems and deep cuts.

The group will be playing original tunes, jazz standards, lost classics and rare gems.

Thursday
8:00 pm
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10:00 pm
Murali CoryellThe Falcon
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
Coryell's current album, "Mr. Senator" (2016), features: Murali Coryell-Guitar/Vocals, Chris Alcaraz/Bass, Ernie Durawa/Drums, with Special Guests Louie Ortega/Guitar/Vocals (Texas Tornados), Bill Evans/Sax, and Tony Levin/Bass.

Murali joined Duke Robillard’s touring band and was signed as a solo artist resulting in the Stax/Volt-influenced “Eyes Wide Open”. Rolling Stone magazine named Murali “One promising new hound”. Murali has toured with father Larry Coryell and Joe Louis Walker as a featured artist and as a supporting act for B.B. King.

Murali’s CD "Sugar Lips" reached # 5 on the Living Blues Radio Chart - recorded in Nashville with Tom Hambridge producer of Buddy Guy’s latest Grammy winner and featured guests Joe Louis Walker and Larry Coryell. Billboard called it “one sweet triptych across the musical map”.

Eyes Wide Open: https://youtu.be/vDGfVnnGYd8
Friday, January 19
Friday
4:00 pm
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6:00 pm
David Kraai
Singer-Songwriter, Country, and Folk/Traditional
"Afternoon Show" on WGXC (90.7FM)
Hands-on Community Radio
Acra, NY   See Map
Tune in to hear David Kraai as this week’s live guest on WGXC's "Afternoon Show"! David will be talking and performing in-studio to promote his new album North Mountain Rambling, which was recorded in the basement of the legendary Big Pink! Besides your radio dial at 90.7FM, you can also tune in online at: https://www.wavefarm.org/listen
Friday
5:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
Sweet music
with Keith Newman
Acoustic
The Sweet Onion Brewhouse
28 North Main St.
Florida, 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
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Farm Fresh Food & Great Acoustic Tunes!
with Ang 'n Ed Acoustic Duo
Acoustic
Farm to Table Bistro
1083 Route 9
Fishkill, NY   See Map
Please join Ang 'n Ed as we make our way back to one of our favorite venues - Farm To Table Bistro! The food is fresh & local, and the vibe is really cool here... Come on out!
Friday
7:00 pm
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11:00 pm
Live Jazz
with Ethos
Jazz, Funk
Bothers BBQ
2402 Rt. 32
New Windsor , NY   See Map
ETHOS ...high energy jazz, R&B , and rock . Metheny to Steely Dan to Anita Baker
Friday
7:30 pm
to
10:30 pm
Slap Yo' Mamma Good Music
with The Kurt Henry Parlour Band
Singer-Songwriter, Roots Music
American Glory BBQ
342 Warren Street
Hudson, NY   See Map
The Kurt Henry Parlour Band, with Chris Cullo on drums, returns to American Glory BBQ in Hudson. Join us for great eats and music!
Friday
8:00 pm
to
10:30 pm
First Reggae Show of The Year!
with Ayaaso
Roots Music
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
AYAASO is a Roots Reggae Band that has performed at Africa House and numerous other venues in and around New York City and upstate New York. The band can be seen on BRIC TV on TradingPhotos.com in Brooklyn. NY

AYAASO started in the fall of 2003 with Asante Blue on keyboards and vocals, Fes Williams on bass, Bill Bojangles on vocals. A year or so later came Steady Demmings on drums and now also includes Eric Toussaint on keyboards and Andrea Green on guitar.

AYASSO debut CD, A Brighter Day gets airplay in New York, Nevada, Florida, Jamaica, St. Kitts/Nevis, the Eastern Caribbean and on internet radio. The album has fifteen songs including the fans favorites Golden Sun, Blessed Is The Man, Marcus Garvey, Welcome To New York and the Ska instrumental Crush Pepper.

$15 Admission. For reservations, call 914-737-1701.
Friday
8:00 pm
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10:00 pm
Blue Oyster Cult
Rock (classic)
Paramount Hudson Valley Theater
1008 Brown St.
Peekskill, NY   See Map
They’re back! Blue Oyster Cult has been thrilling fans of hard rock worldwide for over four decades with powerful albums loaded with classic hits! Indeed, the Long Island, NY-based band is revered within the hard rock and heavy metal scene for its pioneering work. Blue Oyster Cult occupies a unique place in rock history because it’s one if very few hard rock/heavy metal bands to earn both genuine mainstream critical acclaim as well as commercial success. The band is often cited as a major influence by other acts such as Metallica, and BOC was listed in VH1’s countdown of the greatest hard rock bands of all time. Upon the release of BOC self-titled debut album in 1972, the band was praised for its catchy-yet- heavy music and lyrics that could be provocative, terrifying, funny or ambiguous, often all in the same song.
Buy tickets here!
Friday
8:00 pm
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10:00 pm
Fred ZepplinThe Falcon
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
This classic rock band from the Hudson Valley, led by Fred Zepplin, has developed a reputation for unconventional song selection, soaring vocals and a unique performance style - unexpected from a ukulele-fronted band! The band celebrates Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, David Bowie, Pearl Jam, and of course Led Zeppelin.

Although Fred Zepplin has opened for numerous national acts, their tagline "Live, local and homegrown rock" is well-respected and supported throughout Orange County NY, and its neighboring territories.

Fred Zepplin has headlined at notable Hudson Valley venues, including The Falcon and The Falcon Underground; The Chance Theatre, Sugarloaf Performing Art Center, Orange County Choppers Cafe and Brian's Backyard BBQ.

Featuring: Fred Zepplin / Leader / Vocals / Ukulele, Andreas Humpert / Guitar, Alan Paul / Bass, Eric W. Nies / Keyboards, and Billy Paschal / Drums
Friday
8:00 pm
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10:00 pm
Bobby Harden & The Soul Purpose BandThe Falcon
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
New York City’s acclaimed soul / rhythm & blues singer, Bobby Harden, is thrilling audiences as lead singer of the world-famous Original Blues Brothers Band. Led by music icons Steve Cropper and Lou Marini, the band keeps alive the tradition started by Belushi and Akroyd. Harden is a classic example of what it is to be a true soul/rhythm and blues crooner.

Bobby’s phenomenal eight piece Soul Purpose Band is a tight, funky band of brothers and sisters who whip audiences into the frenzy known as a Bobby Harden show.

Harden's current album, River Of Soul is his second fine release, produced by fellow Blues Brother and Musical Director of SNL, Leon Pendarvis.

Not Ready from River Of Soul: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ybwe2fjNDjs
Friday
8:30 pm
to
11:30 pm
Smooth and Sultry Sounds
with Soul City
Soul
The Alley Kat
1677 U.S. 9 at SpinsBowl
Wappingers Falls, NY   See Map
Soul City Plays The Alley Kat!

Soul City is a classic Soul band playing songs from the 60's & 70's when Soul music was at it's finest! Kick back with the smooth sounds of Soul City while enjoying one of 14 varieties of beer on tap, mixed drink specials and delicious food!
Friday
8:30 pm
to
11:30 pm
Mister Oh!
Blues, Ska, and Rock (classic)
The High Falls Cafe
12 Stone Dock Road
High Falls, NY   See Map
Mr. Oh will be rocking out all night and a gunktastic time will be had by all!

The boys of Mr. Oh met on the basketball court at Marbletown Elementary School in the winter of 2011. What was originally just an impromptu jam session at drummer and point guard Tim Whalen's studio has evolved into much more! Fronted by young buck P.J. Klym, Mr. Oh! specializes in high energy, full throttle Gunk Rock!


Directions
Friday
8:30 pm
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11:30 pm
Bowling and Souling!
with Soul City
Motown/R&B, Funk, and Dance
The Alley Kat
1677 U.S. 9
Wappingers Falls, NY   See Map
Come dance with your favorite band at a new venue for us! You can perfect your 7-10 split and dance to the funky, groovy sounds!
Friday
9:00 pm
to
12:00 am
A 3rd Friday Winter Residency
with Julie Corbalis & Bryan Gordon Duo
Acoustic, Rock (classic)
12 Grapes Music & Wine Bar
12 North Division Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Following a wildly successful European tour in the summer of '16, Julie and Bryan now perform original and classic duets home in America. Both accomplished singer-songwriters in their own right, their joined forces celebrate the music and spirit of Sonny & Cher, the Everly Brothers, Simon & Garfunkel, and Graham & Emmy Lou, just to name a few.

Julie is a NYC / Hudson Valley singer/songwriter. Julie just released her 6th studio album entitled, "What's Up With This Heart?"

**$5 Door or Free with Dinner entree**
Friday
9:00 pm
to
12:00 am
Eclectic, Electric, Deep grooves of Rock, Funk, Blues!
with The Compact
Rock (classic), Funk, and Blues. covers and originals!
Max's On Main
246 Main St.
Beacon, NY   See Map
Friday Forecast: Cold in Beacon

Max’s on Main: Hot with The Compact!

Meet us at Max’s!

Saturday, January 20
Saturday
3:00 pm
to
10:30 pm
Closed for Private Event
Acoustic
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Saturday
5:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
Streamside Dining with Live Music!
with Marji Zintz
Acoustic, Contemporary. pop/rock/blues/jazz, etc.
The Bear Café
295 Tinker Street
Woodstock, NY   See Map
Fresh, raw music streamside in the beautiful Bear Café...a feast for your ears AND your palate! See you at the Bear!
Marji on the Web
Saturday
6:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Why did the chicken cross the road?
with Hudson Valley Bluegrass Express
Bluegrass, Folk/Traditional
Chicken Run
5639 State Route 23
Windham, NY   See Map
To get to Chicken Run and Hudson Valley Bluegrass Express. Don't miss this mid-winter celebration with great food and drink and great bluegrass music.
Our website
Saturday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Opening Act
with Shelley King
The Falcon
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
Shelley King leads listeners through electric Southern blues and acoustic folk, revved-up Cajun country and rock and roll with a charismatic ease that evidences the resilience of a lifelong performer.

She has won Austin Music Awards for Song of the Year and Best Roots Rock Band. The Texas Legislature appointed her to represent the state as it’s Official Texas State Artist - Musician; an honor similar to poet laureate.

She has released seven albums of original music to rave reviews and radio chart success and tours relentlessly, performing over 180 dates a year across the world. Her songs have been recorded by numerous national and international artists and appeared in feature films.

Shelley’s most recent CD “Building a Fire”, the second recorded with members of New Orleans favorite sons, The Subdudes, has affirmed King’s place as master of her own style of Americana blues.

Building a Fire: http://youtu.be/CpABGQhclqQ

The Things You Do:https://youtu.be/wDhAx2GwAII
Saturday
7:00 pm
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10:00 pm
Carolyn WonderlandThe Falcon
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
"Carolyn Wonderland's live shows are top notch, five-stars, off the meter! ... as powerful as a Class 5 hurricane." - Rockzillaworld Magazine

The reigning queen of Austin blues, Carolyn Wonderland sparks fire on guitar and soulful fury in the force of her vocal grit. Since 2011's Peace Meal, reveling in Wonderland's rough and raw Janis Joplin-esque howl and burn-down blues, she's lent her impeccable riffs to a number of albums, including The Stooges' James Williamson's, Re-licked.

In Wonderland's fifth studio album "Moon Goes Missing", the qualities that have cemented her notoriety in the Texas blues and rock scene are on full display. Even with the success of her studio albums, Carolyn shines brightest in live performance, winning legions of fans with her take-no-prisoners approach to the stage.

Swamp: https://youtu.be/vLM7w8XYqrA

With Bonnie Raitt - "Ain't Nobody's Fault But Mine": https://youtu.be/pzlK-oZf6PY
Saturday
7:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
Noe Dinnerstein - sitar, Ami Fixler - percussion
Middle Eastern
Lydia's Cafe & Bar
7 Old US Highway 209
Stone Ridge, NY   See Map
Music and cuisine of India. Dinner reservations recommended.
Menu and event calendar
Saturday
7:30 pm
to
10:30 pm
HV Folk Guild Poughkeepsie Chapter Coffeehouse Series
with Kevin & Carol Becker with Rich Keyes
Folk/Traditional
Hudson Valley Folk Guild Poughkeepsie Chapter
67 South Randolph Avenue
Poughkeepsie, NY   See Map
Start with deep roots in traditional folk music, add musical versatility, mix in both historical and contemporary themes, all seasoned with a healthy dose of good-natured humor, then enjoy a performance by Kevin & Carol Becker with Rich Keyes.

Performing together regularly for over twenty years, Kevin, Carol, and Rich have developed a unique sound that combines breathtaking vocals, instrumental dexterity, and a synergy that comes only from an intimate knowledge of each other's talents. That sound starts with Kevin's intricate finger picked guitar, augmented by his impeccable harmonica playing. Carol's soaring vocals, clear, bright, and pure, stand out when solo and form compelling harmonies with Kevin's soothing, blending voice. It's all anchored by Rich's solid rhythms on upright bass and his driving bluegrass-influenced banjo. They feature other instruments as well, notably mountain dulcimer, recorder, bodhran, Appalachian limber horse, and various whistles.
Details and directions
Saturday
8:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
Area Favorites in a Musical Alliance
with The Forget-Me-Nots, David Ray
Acoustic, Blues
OAC Steamer Firehouse Gallery
117 Main St. 2nd Flr
Ossining , NY   See Map
Featuring bright, lush, hand-made harmony and acoustic instruments, The Forget-Me-Nots’ distinctive voices explore Linda Ronstadt, Motown, traditional folk, the Beatles, and hits from the 70s to today. Varied original songs look at pivotal life moments, connections, changing circumstances, family, and serendipity. A regular presence at Westchester community events and open mics, these three accomplished singer/performers blend their talents together to make music that celebrates life’s joys, determination and hope.

The Forget-Me-Nots will be joined by former New York City cab driver, bouncer, and actor, David Ray, whose deep well of “cinematic” songs incorporate both the blues and singer/songwriter tradition. David’s works have been sung by artists as varied as Grammy-winner Shawn Colvin and Dove Award winner Kathy Troccoli, and he’s shared the stage with Ossining’s own KJ Denhert, along with Roger McGuinn, Lucy Kaplanski, Marshall Crenshaw, Joan Osborne, and others.
$15 tickets online or at the door.
Saturday
8:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
Saturday Nights
with Eric Ericson
Acoustic, Acoustic, and Acoustic
Aroma Thyme
165 Canal St Ellenville, NY 12428
Ellenville, NY   See Map
Saturday Nights Rotating local acts performing favorites and some originals. Check out Aroma Thyme for great Live Music by Eric Ericson, Saturday, January 20th @8:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 pm
to
11:30 pm
Hudson Crossing Bluegrass Band
Bluegrass, Americana, and Singer-Songwriter
The High Falls Cafe
12 Stone Dock Road
High Falls, NY   See Map
This group has high energy, foot stomping tunes, and slow, end of a long lonely day tunes too. Three part harmony is at the core of what they do best, fast or slow. The band includes Dave Cobb on guitar and vocals, Mary DeBerry on bass and vocals, Terry Ghee on fiddle, and Steve Nash on banjo.
Directions
Saturday
8:00 pm
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10:00 pm
DeadgrassThe Falcon
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
Interpreting the music of Jerry Garcia from his earliest Jug Band days, through Old & In The Way, JGB, Garcia/Grisman and to The Grateful Dead

Multi-instrumentalist Matt Turk and Grammy award winner C Lanzbom have joined forces to form Deadgrass, an acoustic five piece band that celebrates the music of Jerry Garcia. Deadgrass has performed scores of shows throughout the tri-state region, including Garcia’s at the Capitol Theatre, a co-headlining spot at the Capitol Theatre and festivals including Sterling Folk Fest. Deadgrass is making a name for themselves by playing electrified live shows with dynamic interpretation and glistening harmonies that are sure to thrill all the Jerry Garcia fans out there.

Featuring: C Lanzbom (guitar/vocals), Clarence Ferrari (fiddle), Russ Gottlieb (banjo), David Richards(bass), Matt Turk (mandolin/lead vocals)

Catfish John (live): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPqRJvgVrhQ
Saturday
8:00 pm
to
10:30 pm
Music of Bucky, Bossa Nova & Beyond!
with Martin Pizzarelli, Mark Sganga, Jonathon Peretz
Jazz, Latin, and Swing/Jump, Big Band
The Rosendale Cafe
434 Main Street
Rosendale, NY   See Map
Jazz Bassist Martin Pizzarelli brings Int'l Fingerstyle Guitar Champion Mark Sganga and Drummer extraordinaire Jonathon Peretz for an evening of music of "Bucky, Bossa Nova & Beyond!"
Details
Saturday
8:30 pm
to
11:30 pm
All your favorites
with In the Pocket
Funk, Soul, and Rock (classic)
The Alley Kat
1677 U.S. 9 at SpinsBowl
Wappingers Falls, NY   See Map
In the Pocket at The Alley Kat!

The Hudson Valley's premier Rock & Soul Cover Band, In the Pocket debuts at The Alley Kat! Bringing you an exciting, new collection of soul and funk music along with The Alley Kats expansive drink menu and draft beer selection makes for a great night out!
Saturday
8:30 pm
to
11:30 pm
Paul Tryon
Singer-Songwriter, Pop/Soft Rock
Piano Piano Wine Bar
1064 Main Street
Fishkill, NY   See Map
Paul and his piano will transfix you. Enjoy your evening of wine and music.
Saturday
9:00 pm
to
12:00 am
For the love of R&B!
with Upper Level, featuring Libby C
Motown/R&B, Soul
12 Grapes Music & Wine Bar
12 North Division Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
It's the Hudson Valley's newest premier R&B Band! Upper Level features LIBBY C (formerly of BaseCamp), a powerhouse singer with a most amazing, soulful voice.

If you like the classic sounds of Chaka Khan, Aretha Franklin and Gladys Knight, contemporary sounds like The Brand New Heavies, Groove Theory and Bruno Mars, the neo Soul of Eryka Badu and Jill Scott (just to name a few)... If you're looking for a band to get the party started and set the dance floor ablaze, this is a band you don't wanna miss.

Upper Level features Libby C (lead vocals), MonRay Francois (lead/back vocals), Calvin Cooper Jr (lead/back vocals), William "Pookie" Davenport (bass/guitar/vocals), Walter Murray (drums) and Milo Akenahew (guitar).

**$10 Entertainment Fee for all, plus two-item minimum per person**

Entertainment fee goes directly to the band. Thank you for supporting live, local music.
Saturday
9:00 pm
to
12:00 am
Rockin' the Lounge
with Keith Newman, Rock Ridge Trio
Acoustic
Zac's Lounge
211 Mail Rd.
Barryville, NY   See Map
Join Keith Newman with Cheryl Mulhern and Dana Gabrielsen for some acoustic classic rock!
Saturday
9:30 pm
to
1:00 am
First show of 2018 & 30th Anniversary
with 8th Grade Science
Rock (classic)
Joe & Joe’s
65 E. Central Avenue
Pearl River, NY   See Map
HAPPY NEW YEAR LAB RATS!!! Our first show of 2018 is at Joe & Joes 65 E. Central Ave Pearl River, NY 10:00 PM

Come on out and help us celebrate our 30th Year of Rock & Roll

We have New Songs and are ready Rock The House

Come help Jeff (Science) & Jaclyn (Joe & Joes) celebrate their birthdays!!
Saturday
9:30 pm
to
1:30 am
30th Anniversary Show
with 8Th Grade Science
Covers, Rock (classic), and Rock (modern)
Joe & Joe's
65 E Central Ave
Pearl River, NY   See Map
HAPPY NEW YEAR LAB RATS!!! Our first show of 2018 is at Joe & Joe's

Come on out and help us celebrate our 30th Year of Rock & Roll

We have New Songs and are ready Rock The House

Come help Jeff (Science) & Jaclyn (Joe & Joes) celebrate their birthdays!!
Saturday
10:00 pm
to
1:00 am
American roots music live
with Michael Francis McCarthy
Blues, Bluegrass, and Folk/Traditional. American roots music
The Anchor
744 Broadway
Kingston, NY   See Map
American roots musician Michael Francis McCarthy was born in South America, raised in the rural north and trained in the roots music traditions of the deep South. Over the course of a lifetime of wandering he has gathered and recombined elements of Delta blues, bluegrass, early country, Bolivian music and jam influences in live sets featuring powerful vocals, slide guitar, original compositions and carefully-selected covers.

www.MichaelFrancisMcCarthyMusic.com

THE ANCHOR 744 Broadway, Kingston Saturday 1/20 10:00-1:00
Saturday
11:59 pm
to
2:00 am
12 Grapes after 12
with DJ LexZion
Dance, Rock (classic)
12 Grapes Music & Wine Bar
12 North Division Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
The area needs a place to party (and eat!) after midnight, and we've got what you're looking for. Now every Saturday night, you can enjoy after-hours music, dancing, drinks and a LATE NIGHT MENU!

This week features DJ LexZion spinning tunes for y'all! Lex is "energetic, aggressive & entertaining". Her fresh choices in music keeps the crowd in tune with her long flowing mixes that seamlessly blend one track into the next....She'll take control of the dance floor as well, and energize the crowd all night. Lex has 12 years in the biz doing Karaoke, DJ-ing and now 2 years on 88.1 FM locally in Valhalla. (You can catch her stuff on Thursdays from 6 - 8pm also on mixcloud.com.)

FREE ADMISSION after 11:30. Beer, wine and drink specials, plus late night menu specials til 2am!

21 & over.
Sunday, January 21
Sunday
11:00 am
to
2:00 pm
Sunday Brunch
with JB3 Trio, with Bill Sims Jr.
The Falcon
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
Born into and raised by a sharecropping family in rural Georgia, vocalist and multi- instrumentalist Bill Sims Jr. is an internationally respected master of the blues. He began playing piano at age four and by fourteen he was playing professionally in a rhythm and blues group.

A Warner Bros. recording artist, Mr. Sims is also an accomplished musical director and has lent his talents to many theater and film productions in New York and the United States. His film credits include Lackawanna Blues, Miss Ruby's House, American Gangster, and the recent Cadillac Records. He was also the subject of a critically acclaimed PBS documentary, An American Love Story, in 1999.

Falcon favorite Jeremy Baum plays the Hammond Organ, piano and leads his trio, which is rooted in the blues and funky soul-jazz sounds of the late 60s.

Jeremy has been a successful sideman, working with Shemekia Copeland, Levon Helm, soul-jazz legend Melvin Sparks, and many more.





Sunday
12:00 pm
to
3:00 pm
Jazz Brunch Series
with The Skye Jazz Trio, Steve Rubin, Dave Smith, Jeremy Goldberg
Jazz
Iron Forge Inn
38 Iron Forge Road
Warwick, NY   See Map
The Skye Jazz Trio led by drummer and Hudson Valley Jazz Festival director, Steve Rubin, returns to The Iron Forge Inn for music on "The Jazz Porch". Award winning, reasonably priced cuisine, no minimum or music charge. Call 845-986-3411 for reservations.
Sunday
3:00 pm
to
2:00 am
Mellow Bluegrass
with Hudson Valley Bluegrass Express
Bluegrass, Folk/Traditional, and Americana
Newburgh Library
124 Grand Street
Newburgh, NY   See Map
Join us for this special one hour bluegrass concert.
our website
Sunday
5:30 pm
to
8:00 pm
Swing Band Sunday!
with Greg Westhoff's Westchester Swing Band
Swing/Jump, Big Band
12 Grapes Music & Wine Bar
12 North Division Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Time for our once-monthly presentation of Greg Westhoff's Westchester Swing Band!

This world-class 18-piece Big Band features a full horn section with 5 sax's, 4 trombones, 4 trumpets, and the inimitable talents of drummer and bandleader Greg Westhoff. The band performs classic Swing music, Sinatra, Broadway selections and songs from the '40's, '50's and more.

Greg Westhoff has performed on the Tonight Show and is the orchestra drummer for "Family Guy". Greg also performed with Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band on the popular disco-era hit " A Fifth of Beethoven". Members of the Swing Band are all professional musicians who've performed in Broadway pits and with numerous industry greats.

$5 Cover or higher donation goes directly to the band.

THESE PROFESSIONAL MUSICIANS SELFLESSLY GIVE THEIR TIME AND TALENT TO US. PLEASE BE AS GENEROUS AS YOU CAN!
Hear the Swing Band, youtube.com/12grapesmusic
Sunday
6:00 pm
to
8:00 pm
EP Listening Party
with dust bowl faeries
Acoustic, Cabaret, and Folk/Traditional
Club Helsinki
405 Columbia Street
Hudson, NY   See Map
On Sunday January 21st please join Dust Bowl Faeries in celebrating the completion of their Remix EP, produced by Floyd Fisher of upstatebrooklyn.com (Public Enemy, MTV, etc). At this event you will preview the remixes and two new videos before they are released into the world. You will also be serenaded by the Dust Bowl Faeries, who will play some of their latest material on the brand new HELSINKI BALLROOM STAGE! Press people will receive a free copy of the CD at the door.. Refreshments will be served (cash bar).
dust bowl faeries website
Sunday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Opening Act
with Francois Moutin + Kavita Shah Duo
The Falcon
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
French bass virtuoso François Moutin and adventurous New York vocalist Kavita Shah present "Interplay," their first duo record of jazz standards and original music adapted to this unique instrumentation. Tracks include legendary guests and octogenarians Martial Solal on piano and NEA Jazz Master vocalist Sheila Jordan, on an improvisational journey across lyric-driven and wordless pieces alike.

Virtuosic bassist, Moutin was a member of the legendary Martial Solal Trio, and at 29 began co-leading Quintet Moutin with his twin brother Louis, a project which later evolved into the Moutin Reunion Quartet. www.moutin.com

Vocalist, composer, Shah has been hailed by NPR for her “amazing dexterity for musical languages”, and named Downbeat Best Graduate Jazz Vocalist in 2012, winning the ASCAP Herb Alpert Young Jazz Composers Award in 2013. www.kavitashahmusic.com
Sunday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Sunday Evening Jazz
with Rodney Green & Camden Chronicles
The Falcon
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
At the age of 16, Rodney stepped into the drum seat at Patti LaBelle's club, Chez LaBelle. Soon Green was booking musicians like pianist, Orrin Evans and saxophonist Sam Newsome at the club.

Legendary musician, Bobby Watson was so impressed with the young drummer that he called his parents to ask their permission to take Green to Italy with him, and after much persuasion, they agreed.

With a recommendation from bassist, Ben Wolfe, Green joined the band of vocalist Diana Krall at the age of 19. His two-year tenure with Krall taught him a great deal about the business of music.

Today, Rodney Green is a seasoned professional with experience and skill beyond his years. Rodney's new album “Live at Jazzhus Montmartre” in Copenhagen (2017) features Warren Wolf, David Wong and Jacob Christoffersen.

Well you Needn't: https://soundcloud.com/user-76376824/well-you-neednt-clip/s-VDegt
Sunday
9:00 pm
to
10:30 pm
Charlie King
Singer-Songwriter, Folk/Traditional. Topical
Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts
Online: www.wtbq.com or 93.5FM, NY   See Map
Charlie King is a musical storyteller and political satirist. He has been at the heart of American folk music for more than half a century and has been writing songs for over 40 years. Honors include: an "Indie" award for one of the top three folk recordings of 1984; the War Resisters League’s 1998 Peacemaker Award given to Charlie and Odetta; & the 1999 Sacco-Vanzetti Social Justice Award for which he was nominated by Pete Seeger. His songs have been recorded and sung by Pete Seeger, Holly Near, Ronnie Gilbert, John McCutcheon, Arlo Guthrie, Peggy Seeger, and Chad Mitchell.
Monday, January 22
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Tuesday, January 23
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