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Rosendale Cafe Music, Arts and Events Calendar

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Chess Night - Every Wednesday night at the Cafe

Chess aficionados converge Wednesdays at 7:00pm. Players should bring their own boards & pieces.

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Events for the Rest of December 2017    Recent artists
December's Featured Visual Artist is Lynn Margileth, Exhibiting "The Reservoir and Rivers of the Hudson Valley"

Lynn Margileth has exhibited her paintings, etchings and encaustics nationally and internationally since she studied painting and etching at The Pennsylvania State University. At that time, she began seeing the cows and farm landscapes of central Pennsylvania as subjects. [more]

Frank Vignola Trio

Appearing Today
Sat Dec 16
8:00pm
$20.00

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Frank Vignola TrioThe Frank Vignola Trio, with Vinny Raniolo and Gary Mazzaroppi, returns to the Cafe to perform music by Gershwin, Van Heusen, Berlin, Porter and more.

This is Frank's first show since a very serious accident sidelined him for over 8 months.
 
Celtic Cafe

Sun Dec 17
4:30pm
Free

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Celtic CafeSarah Underhill and Ian Worpole will be celebrating the holiday season with Celtic songs and tunes, from A Bleak Midwinter to a reading from A Child's Christmas in Wales. Come and join in the choruses, request your seasonal favorites, and celebrate the Holiday... with Sarah on vocals; Ian on guitar, mandolin, and vocals; now in their 11th year of Cafe revels.

Also enjoy veggie food, and a large selection of draft beers and wines.
 
Salsa Thursday with Bachata lessons and Latin dancing

Thu Dec 21
7:30pm
$10.00 with lesson, $5.00 for just dancing

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Salsa Thursday with Bachata lessons and Latin dancingThe Rosendale Cafe continues their series of Latin dance events on Thursday nights, each starting with an all-levels lesson from 7:30pm to 8:30pm, and dancing until 10:30pm. The instructor for most of December 2017 and January 2018 will be Jeff Luoma. Maia and David return in February.

Jeff Luoma discovered Latin dance while in the Peace Corps in Central America, and has loved dancing to this music since. He has taught Latin Dance 101 at SUNY Potsdam and in Ithaca, and has been a part of dance troupes in Ithaca and in Ohio. He'll be teaching beginning Bachata and then spinning tunes for the evening's dance tunes.
 
Bunkhouse Boys

Sat Dec 23
8:00pm
$10.00

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Bunkhouse BoysThe Bunkhouse Boys play Cajun/Creole roots music. Louisiana rice fields, wind over the prairies, gumbo cooking, and back porch music are close to their hearts. They discovered each other in a bunkhouse in Ashokan, New York, while studying the music they all love.

The Bunkhouse Boys are Mark Sagar on rhythm guitar... who brings his life-long love of Country Blues to the band; Roger Weiss playing soulful Cajun fiddle; and Laren Droll... who brings his many years of playing Creole Zydeco accordion. Their beautiful vocals and locked-in rhythm produce the authentic sound of the bayou. Their music makes you want to dance and tugs at your heart.

"Kick-ass accordion and fiddle, soulful vocals and rock-steady rhythm make this authentic, high-energy Cajun group high on my list of favorite dance bands." --N. Berlind
 
Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays

Tue Dec 26
8:00pm
Free

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Singer-Songwriter TuesdaysJoin amorous host John P. Hughes as he presents another in the Cafe's ongoing series of music showcases. Enjoy both veteran and up-and-coming performers playing 15 minute sets from 8:00pm-10:00pm.

The scheduled musicians for this evening are Band of Angels, Patrick Collins, Kelsey Kroemer, Rick Snyder, Bill Buttner, and Janelle Jarvis.
 
Salsa Thursday with Bachata lessons and Latin dancing

Thu Dec 28
7:30pm
$10.00 with lesson, $5.00 for just dancing

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Salsa Thursday with Bachata lessons and Latin dancingThe Rosendale Cafe continues their series of Latin dance events on Thursday nights, each starting with an all-levels lesson from 7:30pm to 8:30pm, and dancing until 10:30pm. The instructor for most of December 2017 and January 2018 will be Jeff Luoma. Maia and David return in February.

Jeff Luoma discovered Latin dance while in the Peace Corps in Central America, and has loved dancing to this music since. He has taught Latin Dance 101 at SUNY Potsdam and in Ithaca, and has been a part of dance troupes in Ithaca and in Ohio. He'll be teaching beginning Bachata and then spinning tunes for the evening's dance tunes.
 
James Maddock

Sat Dec 30
8:00pm
$15.00

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James MaddockJames Maddock's status as a fixture on the Folk and Americana scene is confirmed with every listen of any song in his prodigious catalog. Relix Magazine put it this way: "James Maddock possesses the kind of lived-in craggy voice that would sound authoritative if he were singing the sports pages. Fortunately, he doesn't need to do that because his compositional skills are a match for his delivery."

After fronting the Columbia Records band Wood, whose debut "Songs From Stamford Hill" was featured prominently on TV shows such as Dawson's Creek, Maddock moved from England to New York City in 2003. His 2009 album Sunrise on Avenue C won a New York Music Award for Best Americana Album, while the follow-up Wake Up and Dream ranked among the top albums of 2011 in WFUV's (NYC) Listener Poll. With the release of Another Life (2013) and The Green (2015), Maddock continued to demonstrate why many consider him to be one of the best singer/songwriters working today. He has performed with Bruce Springsteen, Willie Nile, Aaron Comess (Spin Doctors) and David Immergluck (Counting Crows). According to radio legend Vin Scelsa, Maddock's "heartbreakingly beautiful and exquisitely crafted" music "touches the soul." As a songwriter, James recently had three songs co-written with Mike Scott on the new Waterboys album "Modern Blues" (which appeared in the Top 50 on the UK Albums Chart), a co-write with Gary Barlow ("Actress") on Barlow's new album (2X Platinum), as well as a cut ("Fragile") on the Dirt on My Tongue album by emerging UK artist Jo Harman. Songs from Another Life have been featured on NBC's Parenthood and ABC Family's Switched at Birth. Maddock is a constant live presence in the U.S. and Europe. His new full-length studio album, Insanity vs. Humanity, recorded in Brooklyn with his touring band, was released on September 15, 2017. For up-to-date news and concert schedule, log on to http://www.jamesmaddock.net.

"8 out of 10 stars...one of those rare singular voices that stands apart - a combination of his trademark honeyed rasp, British accent, gift for melody, and weathered warmth... a compelling storyteller." --Glide Magazine
 
New Year's Eve with The Bedtime Kissers

Sun Dec 31
9:30pm
$15.00

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New Year's Eve with The Bedtime KissersHere is an intriguing, infectious band of well-dressed gents, concerned only about your wellbeing, and state of dance and mind. John, Dean and Chris have been playing under different names for well over a decade; including Dog on Fleas, the Fighting McKenzies, and the For Sale by Owner Orchestra. Unpredictable, adventurous, and "randy"; The Bedtime Kissers originals and choice covers will set you to dancing, freaking, and weeping tears of joy.

Yes it's true that B. Kissers' members have played with Taj Mahal, George Clinton and P. Funk, Jon Hendricks and countless other luminaries; but their own alchemy conjures a show which ranges from dance partay(!), to melt-in-your-arms, to vaudeville, swing, and visits to far away lands... let us soiree' together this NYE!

The Cafe's regular dinner menu and specials will be served until 9:30pm, when the music starts and continues until nearly 1:00am. We'll be offering snacks throughout the late night, and we'll have a free champagne toast at midnight.

File this event under: Funky, humorous, anachronistic, dance, trombone, win/win.
 


Events for January 2018
Michael Francis McCarthy

Sat Jan 6, 2018
8:00pm
$10.00

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Michael Francis McCarthyMichael Francis McCarthy is an American roots musician. Born in South America, he has lived and performed throughout the Northeast and the deep South, absorbing elements of Delta Blues, bluegrass, old country, Andean folk music, 70s jam, and thrash metal. A lifetime wandering with a guitar has formed a musical vision that is at once both original and traditional, spanning across many American roots music genres.
 
Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays

Tue Jan 9, 2018
8:00pm
Free

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Singer-Songwriter TuesdaysJoin steadfast host John P. Hughes as he presents another in the Cafe's ongoing series of music showcases. Enjoy both veteran and up-and-coming performers playing 15 minute sets from 8:00pm-10:00pm.

The scheduled musicians for this evening are Abby Lappen, Andrew Shapiro, Too Lazy Boys, Justin Tracy, "Wild" Bill Drucker, and Liv Waters.
 
eARmight

Fri Jan 12, 2018
8:00pm
$10.00

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eARmighteARmight presents: "Let's Cool One (hundred +1)"

...a continued birthday celebration of the life and sound of Thelonius Monk. Having just passed a century, Monk's legacy has left an indelible mark on just about every living (and some not) creative artist in music today.

His works will be irreverently and lovingly represented in sound, word and other tomfoolery.

eARmight is a cooperative, dedicated to special projects, interpreting the works of the masters and miscreants. This show continues to honor the Monk catalogue in conjunction with their recording MONK(squared)

eARmight is:
• Grammy winning multi instrumentalist Dean Jones
• Grammy encouraging guitarist Ken McGloin
• Grammy wannabe percussionist/loopist Dean Sharp

They will joined by special guests, including Adam Cote (Walking Distance).

Like their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/earmight/
 
Jesse Lege & Bayou Brew

Sat Jan 13, 2018
8:00pm
$15.00

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Jesse Lege & Bayou BrewBringing foot stomping' Cajun music to the world one dance hall at a time... Jesse Lege is the Real Deal.

For over 40 years, Lege has been bringing traditional Cajun dance hall music from the dusty back roads of southwest Louisiana, coast to coast and around the world, playing everywhere from local neighborhood dance halls to the largest international festivals.

Today, Lege is one of the most-admired Cajun accordionists and vocalists from Southwest Louisiana, and has garnered numerous Cajun French Music Association awards, known as the "Cajun Grammys." They include Traditional Band of the Year, Accordion Player of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, Band of the Year, and... for "Memoires Dans Mon Coeur"... he won Song of the Year.

Jesse Lege & Bayou Brew brings you deep into Cajun tradition, with accordion (Jesse), fiddle (Darren Wallace), guitar (Erica Weiss) and bass (Evelyn Schneider), and songs that melt your heart too. For dancers and listeners alike, a Jesse Lege & Bayou Brew event is always like a party, filled with old and new friends!
 
Rhythm Matters: Joe Giardullo's Late 20th Century Quartet

Sat Jan 20, 2018
8:00pm
$10.00

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Rhythm Matters: Joe Giardullo's Late 20th Century QuartetRhythm Matters is saxophonist Joe Giardullo, guitarist Billy Stein, bassist Pete Swanson, and drummer Tani Tabbal. The last few times this group has played the Cafe, it was joyous and packed. The music is fun, alive, serious and full of rhythm. You'll hear songs from a diverse collection of writers: Charles Mingus, Dave Holland, Joni Mitchell, Kenny Wheeler, Steve Coleman, Wayne Shorter, and new material from Joe and the band. Rhythm Matters is a group that brings the listener into the middle of things, and you'll smile all night.

"Skill and heart in enormous doses." --Touching Extremes, Rome

"Prepare to be transported." --All about Jazz, New York

"Startlingly impressive." --All Music Guide

"As simple as Jackson Pollock." --All about Jazz

"Quite extraordinary." --Wire, London

"Luminous!" --Tomajazz, Spain
 
Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays

Tue Jan 23, 2018
8:00pm
Free

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Singer-Songwriter TuesdaysJoin passionate host John P. Hughes as he presents another in the Cafe's ongoing series of music showcases. Enjoy both veteran and up-and-coming performers playing 15 minute sets from 8:00pm-10:00pm.

The scheduled musicians for this evening are Ned Leavitt, Pam Gerson, Lauren Tully, Jamie Thomas, Normanuniform, and Will Adams.
 
Richie & Rosie

Sat Jan 27, 2018
8:00pm
$12.00

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Richie & RosieRichie Stearns and Rosie Newton are a dynamic duo, performing music rooted in the Americana tradition. Over the past four years they have collaborated in various projects and formed the duo after hours of jamming in Stearns' kitchen, experimenting with traditional and original songs. Richie Stearns and Rosie Newton take the fiddle, banjo combination to new levels as they continue to expand the boundaries of this tradition.

Richie Stearns is a legendary banjo player and singer, and has led bands including the Horse Flies, and Donna the Buffalo. He has also played with countless others, and tours with Natalie Merchant. He is steeped in the traditions of American old-time music, Appalachian folk, blues, African, rock, and country music.

Rosie Newton is a talented fiddler and singer at the beginning of her music career. She graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in viola performance, and has become an integral part of the Ithaca old-time music community. Newton tours with The Duhks, Louisiana legend Preston Frank, Red Dog Run, the Evil City Stringband, Home Remedy and occasionally The Pearly Snaps. She has taught fiddle at Sunshine Coast School of Celtic music, the Taylor Music Festival, and the Black Pot Camp.

Note this event was originally scheduled to occur a week earlier.

"The air left the room when Richie and Rosie sang their first notes together... everyone had their breath taken away at once." --Jen Hughes, Bluegrass Today

"Rosie Newton is a truly monster old-time fiddler, and seems to be at the center of a real scene in Ithaca, New York. Not only is she a marvelously dexterous fiddler, pulling a huge variety of syncopated rhythms out of old-time bowing, but she's also a ferocious fiddler, tearing into a fiddle tune like a lioness tearing into a gazelle." --No Depression
 


Events for February 2018
Big Joe Fitz & The Lo-Fi's

Sat Feb 10, 2018
8:00pm
$10.00

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Big Joe Fitz & The Lo-Fi's"What makes Big Joe So Big?"

For sure he's a Big talent. Why does every venue in The Valley want Joe Fitz on their stage? Because he's more than an entertainer; not just a pretty face with a harp in his mouth, not just a first class purveyor of the blues and roots tradition. It's his soul, large, wide, real, and molasses sweet. That's what attracts people. He's one of those rare folks who you feel you are "in the presence of" and better off for it. He isn't just singing for us. He sings to the spirit that moves within him, this gentle man.

"The Lo-Fi's, a charming misnomer, are high up in musical stature. Robert Bard is a human clock of a bass player with a deep groove. Every note and pause he submits is minted with a silver touch. Mark Dziuba plays the guitar, but actually, he lifts it up as a living voice to the muse. The neon blue lines he tosses out there snag every catfish in the creek. Eric Parker is what you'd call 'a gift drummer'. He has a large toolbox, but he only uses the ones he needs; the ones that are called for at the moment. He can rock the foundations, but with a sense of dynamics that suit every phrase of the music. He's the drummer you hope to have behind you." --Cafe Guide

"Big Joe Fitz is a smooth singer, mellow and easy like a jazz singer, but deeply rooted in the blues. The sound is clean, refined and elegant... just jazzy enough to make it smooth and bluesy enough not to lose its edge; a first rate musician with a band to match." --Living Blues Magazine

'Should Known Better' is the latest CD: "Infused with quiet compassion, 4 Stars" --Downbeat Magazine
 
Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays

Tue Feb 13, 2018
8:00pm
Free

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Singer-Songwriter TuesdaysJoin unassuming host John P. Hughes as he presents another in the Cafe's ongoing series of music showcases. Enjoy both veteran and up-and-coming performers playing 15 minute sets from 8:00pm-10:00pm.

The scheduled musicians for this evening are Rich Newman, Wally Nichols, Wayne Montecalvo, MK Burnell, Michael Francis McCarthy, and Anthony Sylvio.
 
Maeandros Duo

Sat Feb 24, 2018
8:00pm
$10.00

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Maeandros DuoHaving performed together in the Maeandros Ensemble and numerous other Greek, Near Eastern and Jazz-inspired ensembles for over a decade, Megan Gould and Mavrothi Kontanis have forged a strong musical bond. Whether performing a traditional Greek or Turkish tune, an original composition, or supporting each other's heartfelt improvisations, this duo makes the most of each note... some of which you just can't play on a piano...

Mavrothi Kontanis (oud, voice): Mavrothi is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer and teacher born and raised in the US, but with roots in Halkidiki, Greece. Mavrothi's main instrument is the oud, though guitar, baglamas and bouzouki are also often in the mix. Mavrothi has performed throughout the United States, Europe, and the Middle East, can be heard on numerous recordings and movie soundtracks, and is the leader and founding member of both the Maeandros Ensemble and Mild Mannered Rebel. When not performing with various groups in the NY/NJ area, Mavrothi teaches music at Elliott Street Elementary in Newark, NJ.

Megan Gould (violin): Megan Gould is one of NYC's most versatile performers of Middle Eastern, Greek and popular music. Her comfort within a wide range of styles, her responsiveness to other musicians on stage, and a soulful improvisational style make Megan a sought-after element in many musical projects. She has performed onstage with popular artists such as David Byrne, Natalie Merchant, and John Mellencamp, and her work has appeared on recordings and film soundtracks for artists including Lou Reed, Philip Glass and Metallica. She has performed with notable Greek musicians Alkistis Protopsaltis, Kostas Makedonas, and Mario Frangoulis, and with renowned composer Giannis Markopoulos. While taking on a significant amount of freelance work, her ongoing positions include Assistant Music Director of the NY Arabic Orchestra under Lebanese master musician Bassam Saba, a violinist in Natalie Merchant's touring ensemble, violinist and baglama player in the popular Greek ensemble Mikrokosmos, and a member of the National Arabic Orchestra in Detroit, Michigan.

"These aren't musty re-creations... the arrangements are lively, the performances are vigorous, and Kontanis' singing glows with soulfulness and sorrow." --Peter Margasak, Chicago Reader

"The Barbes website billed them as 'probably the best Greek ensemble around,' high praise from a generally reliable source. For once, putting cynicism on hold paid off: Mavrothi Kontanis and his spectacular backup band are the real deal... Megan Gould provided eerie sheets of sound on violin...get to know this amazing band." --Lucid Culture
 


Events for March 2018
Abbie Gardner

Sat Mar 3, 2018
8:00pm
$15.00

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Abbie GardnerAbbie Gardner is a fiery dobro player with an infectious smile. Whether performing solo or with Americana darlings Red Molly, her acclaimed tales of love and loss, both gritty and sweet, are propelled by her impeccable slide guitar chops. Her live show is truly unique - as both an award winning songwriter and interpreter of folk styles, a captivating vocalist, and a world class dobro player, she has an unmistakable sound all her own. Her latest CD, Wishes on a Neon Sign will be released in January 2018, and features twelve original songs, plus a co-write with Chris Stapleton.

"Not only a first-rate Dobro player, but a songwriter to be reckoned with." --John Platt, WFUV
 


Events for April 2018
Isle of Klezbos

Sat Apr 28, 2018
8:00pm
$15.00

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Isle of KlezbosIsle of Klezbos celebrates the band's 20th anniversary in 2018! Lately esteemed as "Klezmer goddesses," the internationally-touring all-gal sextet approaches Yiddish musical traditions with fun-loving irreverence and soulful respect. This powerhouse lineup brings creative chemistry and stratospheric soloing chops, reaching fans onstage from Tribeca to Texas to Tennessee. This electricity is also vividly transmitted on their latest CD Live From Brooklyn... acclaimed by New York Music Daily as "deliriously fun concert recording by the [all]-female, pioneering New York klezmer whirlwind."

Whether re-grooving a Second Avenue Theater standard, fueling a classic freylekhs dance-floor, or delivering original klezmer reggae and boogaloo, the group's sound appeals on emotional, virtuosic and kinetic levels; while expanding listeners' imaginations. As The New Yorker says, Isle of Klezbos "tests the elasticity of the genre."

The group has been featured from Seattle's Bumbershoot to CBS Sunday Morning, featuring bandmate alumnae of Juilliard, Eastman, Berklee and Manhattan Schools of Music; who have performed as well with artists from Rufus Wainwright to Natalie Merchant, Hazmat Modine to John Zorn, Seattle Baroque to Beyonce, and Scissor Sisters to The Lascivious Biddies to Jill Sobule.

Klezbos projects have included musical documentary theater: "J. Edgar Klezmer: Songs from My Grandmother's FBI Files" praised Off-Off Broadway by The New York Times... and The Celluloid Closet of Yiddish Film multi-media cinema history concert replete with unexpected archival subtexts. Not for nothing does New York Magazine call Isle of Klezbos: "Cutting Edge Klezmer."

Photos credit: Angela Jimenez

"Brilliant, Intense, Eclectic... intoxicating mix of a hundred years worth of classic and original klezmer, Latin, jazz and film music." --New York Music Daily

"A robustly recorded romp that perfectly captures the sumptuous sound of the ensemble." --HEEB Magazine

"Lively and melodic jazz and tango-laced pieces." --The Jewish Week

"These ladies are damned good musicians, period." --Edge New York City
 


Events for May 2018
Haleh Liza, Steve Gorn, and Matt Kilmer

Sat May 5, 2018
8:00pm
$15.00

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Haleh Liza, Steve Gorn, and Matt KilmerSteve Gorn presents Rumi Nights; with Haleh Liza, poet and translator of Persian descent; and world percussionist Matt Kilmer.

Weaving through a soundscape created by Steve Gorn (flute and clarinet) and Matt Kilmer (hand percussion); poet, musician, and translator Haleh Liza will share new translations of Rumi's poetry, as well as stories about his life and mystical concepts that recur through his poems. Haleh will be sharing Rumi's words both in English and in Persian, so that you can hear the incredible rhythm and rhyme of the original language.
 


Recent Events at the Cafe

Sep-21-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Sep-23-17: Alessandra Belloni & Steve Gorn
Sep-24-17: Celtic Cafe
Sep-26-17: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Sep-28-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Sep-30-17: Bovine Social Club
Oct-01-17: Emily Landaira
Oct-05-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Oct-06-17: Crawfish Royale
Oct-07-17: Rhythm Matters: Joe Giardullo's Late 20th Century Quartet
Oct-10-17: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Oct-12-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Oct-14-17: The Lucky Five
Oct-15-17: Opening reception for Emily Landaira's gallery exhibition
Oct-19-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Oct-21-17: Sheila Jordan with Rob Scheps, Cameron Brown, and Tony Jefferson
Oct-22-17: Celtic Cafe
Oct-24-17: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Oct-26-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Oct-27-17: Jim Gaudet and The Railroad Boys
Nov-01-17: Sandra Scheuer
Nov-02-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Nov-03-17: Cedric Watson
Nov-04-17: Deni Bonet
Nov-05-17: Opening reception for Sandra Scheuer's gallery exhibition
Nov-09-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Nov-11-17: Jim Kweskin
Nov-14-17: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Nov-16-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Nov-18-17: The Lowest Pair
Nov-25-17: Tom Pacheco
Nov-28-17: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Nov-30-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Dec-02-17: Peter Karp Band
Dec-03-17: Opening reception for Lynn Margileth's gallery exhibition
Dec-07-17: Salsa Thursday with Bachata lessons and Latin dancing
Dec-08-17: Blind Crow
Dec-09-17: CANCELLED... Brubeck Brothers Quartet
Dec-12-17: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Dec-14-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing


Click here for all past events since the middle of 2004.

Concert Information

Due to the limited seating and intimate setting at the Cafe, we have found the following policies to be neccessary:

  • No reservations will be accepted.
  • There are no advanced ticket sales.
  • Seating is on a first come, first served basis. We regret that we cannot hold seats for members of a party who have not yet arrived.
  • Dinner is served during the performances.
  • We require a $5 per person dinner minimum.
  • Avoid using portable electronic devices during a show, such as laptops, cell phones, and PDAs.
  • The cafe is a smoke-free environment. Please do not smoke within 20 feet of a door or opened window.


 
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