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Rosendale Cafe Music, Arts and Events Calendar

Click here for info and policies about Cafe concerts.

Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays twice every month

Join us for our musical showcase on second and fourth Tuesdays at the Cafe. Click here for more information.
Chess Night - Every Wednesday night at the Cafe

Chess aficionados converge at the Cafe on Wednesdays at 7:00pm. Chess players should bring their own boards and pieces.

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Events for the Rest of July 2014    Recent artists
July's Featured Visual Artist is Jack Baran, Exhibiting "Intimate Images from The Rosendale Street Festival"

Sat Jul 26
8:00pm
$10.00

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The Stillhouse Rounders
Appearing Tomorrow
The Stillhouse RoundersThe Stillhouse Rounders are a group of Hudson Valley musicians playing traditional acoustic oldtime rural stringband music. Their sound is reminiscent of the early stringbands recorded during the "Golden Years" of stringband music, throughout the rural South and Midwest during the 1920s and '30s. This music grew out the traditional ballad and dance music of the Appalachian Mountains, and country music, during its infancy, before it became more modern "Country and Western".

Individually, the musicians are Geoff and Sarah Harden, on guitar, vocals and bass, respectively. The Hardens, originally from the Washington, DC area have been fixtures in the music scene around Woodstock, NY, for many years playing in both bluegrass and oldtimey bands in the Catskills and Mid-Hudson Valley. Mike Fleck, although growing up in the Bronx, NY, has been playing oldtime banjo for more than two and a half decades, and playing with such well-known oldtime bands as Cool as Grits and Hoppinjon. Mike hails from Esopus, NY. Lastly, fiddler Mark Schmidt has been playing for many years in various oldtime stringbands (most notably the St. Regis Stringband from upstate New York). Mark is from the small village of Altamont, NY.

The Stillhouse Rounders combine the wild and crazy fiddle and banjo dance tunes with driving vocal renditions of traditional songs, and come up with an infectious blend of music "poured straight from a Mason jar".
 

Thu Jul 31
7:30pm
$10.00 with lesson, $5.00 for just dancing

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Tango Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Tango Thursday with lessons and Latin dancingThe Rosendale Cafe continues their series of Latin dance events on most Thursday nights. For the last Thursday of July 31st, and August 7th and 14th, David Salvatierra will be guiding you into your first Tango steps. Each night starts with an all-levels lesson from 7:30pm to 8:30pm, and then open dancing to Tango and Salsa music until 10:30pm.

This series is perfect for those who have been curious about Tango, but never dared to give it a try. David will show both basic and advanced dancers the possibilities offered by the Tango walk.

David Salvatierra is one of the leading heads of Dojo Dance Company from Newburgh NY. Many of you know David as an outstanding Tanguero... a fun, genuine, and inspiring Latin dance instructor.

Maia Martinez will return to host Salsa Thursday starting August 21st.
 


Events for August 2014
August's Featured Visual Artist is Tor Gudmundsen, Exhibiting "Hudson Valley Landscape Paintings"

Sat Aug 2
8:00pm
$15.00

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Playing in Traffic
Playing in TrafficBring together the productive imagination of ever-inventing jazz legend bassist Steve Swallow, international powerhouse reedman/composer Ohad Talmor, and maverick master drummer Adam Nussbaum, and the result is musical alchemy. They combine slyly swinging jazz references with all kinds of eclectic inflections. Swallow and Talmor are both noted composers, whose approach to improvisation mirrors their unique writing skills, while Nussbaum grounds the trio with swinging authority and brings fire at the same time. The exciting multi-generational collaborative trio features a fresh repertoire highlighted in their newly released CD Singular Curves, their second opus for the Italian label AUAND Records.

"Bass guitarist Steve Swallow, drummer Adam Nussbaum and saxophonist Ohad Talmor combine slyly swinging jazz references with all kinds of eclectic inflections - notably through the tonal eloquence and sophistication of Talmor, who was born in Israel, raised in Switzerland and lives in Brooklyn. He studies the Indian bamboo flute, runs a nine-piece devoted to the music of Bruckner and often works with Lee Konitz. On the title track, Talmor's Joe Lovano-like staccato phrasing turns into Konitz/Warne Marsh-like long-line figures, but some pieces are such slow, smoky swingers they almost stop, while others are curling note-texture examinations cushioned by Swallow's purr. On 'Days of Old', Talmor's tenor sounds as diaphanous as an alto, and there are haunted-house tiptoeings and a funky finale in which the saxophonist sounds as muscular as Michael Brecker." --John Fordham, guardian.co.uk, about the trio's 'Playing in Traffic' CD
 

Sun Aug 3
2:00pm
Free

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Opening reception for Tor Gudmundsen exhibition of paintings
Opening reception for Tor Gudmundsen exhibition of paintingsAn opening reception from 2:00pm-4:00pm, for Tor Gudmundsen's paintings displaying in the Cafe during the month of August 2014.

Tor Gudmundsen is a fine arts painter specializing in Hudson Valley landscapes; particularly with themes of the woods. His works are intimate and beautifully realized.

Tor taught art at Saugerties High for 34 years, retired, and is now teaching painting at The Woodstock School of Art. Come meet him and see his beautiful paintings at his Rosendale Cafe opening.
 
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Thu Aug 7
7:30pm
$10.00 with lesson, $5.00 for just dancing

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Tango Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Tango Thursday with lessons and Latin dancingThe Rosendale Cafe continues their series of Latin dance events on most Thursday nights. For the last Thursday of July 31st, and August 7th and 14th, David Salvatierra will be guiding you into your first Tango steps. Each night starts with an all-levels lesson from 7:30pm to 8:30pm, and then open dancing to Tango and Salsa music until 10:30pm.

This series is perfect for those who have been curious about Tango, but never dared to give it a try. David will show both basic and advanced dancers the possibilities offered by the Tango walk.

David Salvatierra is one of the leading heads of Dojo Dance Company from Newburgh NY. Many of you know David as an outstanding Tanguero... a fun, genuine, and inspiring Latin dance instructor.

Maia Martinez will return to host Salsa Thursday starting August 21st.
 

Tue Aug 12
8:00pm
Free

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Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Singer-Songwriter TuesdaysJoin 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-9:45pm.

The scheduled musicians for this evening are Andy Papula, "Flamingo" Jeff Pfeffer, Matt Jared, Ike Shaw, The Virginia Wolves, and Eric Sommer.
 

Thu Aug 14
7:30pm
$10.00 with lesson, $5.00 for just dancing

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Tango Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Tango Thursday with lessons and Latin dancingThe Rosendale Cafe continues their series of Latin dance events on most Thursday nights. For the last Thursday of July 31st, and August 7th and 14th, David Salvatierra will be guiding you into your first Tango steps. Each night starts with an all-levels lesson from 7:30pm to 8:30pm, and then open dancing to Tango and Salsa music until 10:30pm.

This series is perfect for those who have been curious about Tango, but never dared to give it a try. David will show both basic and advanced dancers the possibilities offered by the Tango walk.

David Salvatierra is one of the leading heads of Dojo Dance Company from Newburgh NY. Many of you know David as an outstanding Tanguero... a fun, genuine, and inspiring Latin dance instructor.

Maia Martinez will return to host Salsa Thursday starting August 21st.
 

Sat Aug 16
8:00pm
$10.00

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The Matthew Finck/Jonathan Ball Project
The Matthew Finck/Jonathan Ball ProjectMatthew Finck, guitar, and Jonathan Ball, tenor saxophone, with their new album It's Not That Far, continue the vast and varied range of collaborations between their instruments. Their collective experience reaches back deep to the blues, gospel, and R&B, is grounded in bebop, and draws from sources as disparate as funk, rock, Bossa Nova and fusion. Matthew Finck (b.1972) has collaborated in the past with Roswell Rudd, John Medeski, and Steve Wilson; among many. Jonathan Ball (b.1968) has teamed up with Ira Coleman, Randy Gillespie, Giovanni Hildago, Charles Flores, and Dafnis Prieto; to name just a few. The rhythm section, anchored by Jay Anderson (b.1955) on bass and Adam Nussbaum (b.1955) on drums, delivers a percussive and unerringly consistent pulse that is highly textured and finely layered.

"This is an album that recalls a lot of those great '60s Blue Note sides; well-structured playing, a nice mix of stylistic approaches, cool and relaxed changes and a pervasive warmth to the production that is lively and magnetic." --Eric Harabadian, Jazz Inside, December 2013

"The word 'synergy' is often thrown at any attempt to work together. True collaboration is much rarer, and results in a whole greater than the sum of parts. And that describes my feelings about 'It's Not That Far' from the Matthew Finck-Jonathon Ball Project. Two great musicians with a solid band and great guest makes some magical music." --Michael Anderson, http://Geardiary.com
 

Sun Aug 17
7:00pm
Free

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Irish and English Pub Songs Session
Irish and English Pub Songs SessionLubricate your vocal cords with a rousing round of traditional Irish and English pub songs from 7:00pm to 9:00pm, led by Boston area singer Ben Bath and local folkie Sarah Underhill and friends. This will be a participatory event so come prepared to sing if you are so inclined. These songs go well with a cold beverage and the Cafe offers a fine selection of brews on tap. That's why we call them Drinking songs. Prepare to thump mugs on the table, rhythmically.
 

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

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Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancingThe Rosendale Cafe continues their series of Latin dance events on most Thursday nights, each starting with an all-levels lesson from 7:30pm to 8:30pm, and dancing until 10:30pm. Argentinean instructor Maia Martinez returns to lead dance forms that may include Salsa, Mambo, Merengue, Cha Cha, and Bachata. Click on Maia's photo for more information about her work.
 
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Sat Aug 23
8:00pm
$20.00

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Tony Trischka and his band
Tony Trischka and his bandTony Trischka is considered to be the consummate banjo artist and perhaps the most influential banjo player in the roots music world. For more than 45 years, his stylings have inspired a whole generation of bluegrass and acoustic musicians with the many voices he has brought to the instrument.

During his appearance at the Rosendale Café, Tony will be performing music from his new album, Great Big World, accompanied by his band of extraordinary musicians.

"It's kind of hard to pin down, because there's so much on it, Tony Trischka says of his new album. "It's all over the place, which is kind of where I live."

In a consistently adventurous musical career that spans nearly half a century, Tony Trischka has established himself as both a wildly inventive recording artist and one of America's foremost visionaries of the five-string banjo. Widely regarded as the most innovative banjoist of his generation, Trischka's dexterity and restless creative spirit have inspired generations of fans, and his influence in igniting the world of progressive acoustic music permanently altered the face of American roots music.

Trischka's instrumental expertise and boundless imagination are as sharp as ever on Great Big World. One of the most ambitious and accomplished of the artist's career, the album is a deeply compelling showcase for his expansive instrumental talents, far-ranging musical interests and distinctive songwriting skills, as well as his sterling taste in collaborators. The 13-track set finds Trischka embracing all manner of possibilities, while keeping one foot firmly planted in the traditional bluegrass roots that first inspired him to make music.

"Tony's jovial wit and deep love of the banjo and acoustic music has infected and lifted me many times. Always a trailblazer, Tony plays the banjo like Tony Trischka. And many other people around the world would love to do the same." --Jerry Douglas

"...the godfather of what's sometimes called new acoustic music." --New York Times

"I've known Tony Trischka for a long time, and I've always admired his inventiveness. Wherever he goes musically, he always keeps it interesting - and when it comes to bluegrass, he's got a right hand that just won't quit!" --Del McCoury
 

Tue Aug 26
8:00pm
Free

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Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Singer-Songwriter TuesdaysJoin 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-9:45pm.

The scheduled musicians for this evening are Mitch Katz, Jim Pospisil, MK Ultra, Ralph Housman, Ashley Barnes, and Radeek Mckinney.
 

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

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Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancingThe Rosendale Cafe continues their series of Latin dance events on most Thursday nights, each starting with an all-levels lesson from 7:30pm to 8:30pm, and dancing until 10:30pm. Argentinean instructor Maia Martinez leads dance forms that may include Salsa, Mambo, Merengue, Cha Cha, and Bachata. Click on Maia's photo for more information about her work.
 

Fri Aug 29
8:00pm
$10.00

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Twelfth Night theater performance
Twelfth Night theater performanceIt's true... this will be live Cafe theater with actors from New York City. Twelfth Night is about lost love, mistaken identity, and general rabble rousing... or what you will. There will be two raucous evenings of comedy, drama, song (and dance)!

Performances are on Friday August 29th, and Saturday August 30th.

Adapted and directed by Malachy Silva for the diminutive Cafe stage.

"If music be the food of love, play on." --Orsino

"If the burrito fits, eat it." --Cafe Guide

"Malachy Silva is a gifted young actor / director. His psyche roams somewhere between Hamlet and Bozo the Clown." --Cafe Guide
 


Events for September 2014

Sun Sep 28
4:30pm
Free

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Celtic Cafe
Celtic CafeJoin Sarah Underhill on vocals, Ian Worpole, Jude Roberts, Jon Garelick and Rob Stein on strings and vocals. They'll be performing traditional and contemporary Irish, English, and American ballads and tunes. They'll also be taking requests, and encouraging the whole Cafe to join in some rousing choruses to bring on that Celtic ray.

So, come on out for great music, company, veggie food, and a large selection of draft beers and wines.
 


Events for October 2014

Fri Oct 10
8:00pm
$15.00

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Roy Book Binder
Roy Book BinderThe rambling country blues legend returns to the Hudson Valley for a night of frightfully good music and humor.

This stirring folk/blues guitarist and vocalist has been playing country blues since the mid-'60s, when he began recording for Blue Goose. Greatly influenced by Rev. Gary Davis and Pink Anderson, Book Binder played in East Coast coffeehouses in the early '60s, then began accompanying Rev. Davis on tours in the mid-'60s. He also played with Larry Johnson, Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup, and Homesick James. Besides constant concerts and tours, Book Binder's made additional recordings for Blue Goose, as well as Adelphi and Rounder.

Book Binder began playing blues guitar while he was enlisted in the navy. Following his discharge from the military, he enrolled in Rhode Island Junior College. After a brief spell there, he attended New York's New School for Social Research. Book Binder quit school in 1967, after he met the Rev. Gary Davis. Roy became Davis' chauffeur, during which he took extensive lessons from the blind guitarist. Book Binder started his recording career slowly, cutting some singles for Kicking Mule and Blue Goose in 1968. In 1969, he toured England with Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup and Homesick James. The following year, he released his first album, Travelin' Man on Adelphi. After the release of Travelin' Man, he began touring America extensively.

Book Binder began playing with fiddler Fats Kaplin in 1973, recording Git Fiddle Shuffle the same year. Roy and Fats were a duo for three years, playing numerous concerts and recording a second album, Ragtime Millionaire in 1976. Following the release of Ragtime Millionaire, the duo stopped performing together and Book Binder bought a motor home, which became his permanent residence. Live performances became his primary concern after the release of Goin' Back to Tampa in 1979. For nearly ten years, he toured the country in the motor home, driving himself from club to club, hitting numerous coffeehouses and festivals along the way.

Book Binder returned to recording in 1988, releasing Bookaroo! on Rounder Records. During the '80s, he recorded regularly... releasing an album every two to four years... in addition to his constant touring.

"Roy's one of the Great Ones, unearthly pickin', story tellin' wit... he's an ambassador of the tradition and a legend himself." --Cafe Guide
 
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Sat Oct 11
8:00pm
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DJ dance party fundraiser for local Amnesty International
DJ dance party fundraiser for local Amnesty InternationalA benefit dance party for the Mid-Hudson chapter of Amnesty International.

Michael Wilcock, a DJ of Dave Leonard's JTD Productions, will be spinning a mix of funk, soul, top 40 and classics to get all the different bodies grooving. Also a musician and musicologist, Michael steers his DJ sets through a dancing journey with plenty of soul and fun surprises!

There is a companion event the preceding Tuesday at the Rosendale Theatre, a documentary screening on worldwide human rights for women called "Half the Sky", plus discussion and activism. That event is listed here: http://ActivistResource.org/18820

From the Mid-Hudson Amnesty International Chapter:

Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 3 million supporters, members and activists in over 150 countries and territories who campaign to end abuses of human rights. Our vision is for every person to enjoy all the rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights standards. Amnesty campaigns for those who need help are firmly rooted in the power of individuals working in support of others who need protection or support. We undertake research and take action aimed at preventing and ending grave abuses of these rights, demanding that all governments and other powerful entities respect the rule of law. It means we campaign globally and locally wherever we can make a difference. We are independent of any government, political ideology, economic interest or religion, and are funded mainly by our membership and public donations.

The Mid-Hudson Valley chapter of Amnesty International has sponsored a variety of events and fundraisers and has engaged in legislative lobbying with members of Congress in New York State. The main focus of our activism has been on closing Guantanamo Bay, getting both the domestic Violence Against Women Act and the International Violence Against Women Act passed, promoting immigrants' rights through legislation like passage of legislation such as the Dream Act. In addition, we have become involved in maternal health and reproductive rights, and in stopping the violence against peaceful protesters in Turkey. We also do write-a-thons where we ask people in the community and at the university to write letters to free political prisoners... or pass specific legislation.

In order to achieve our goals, we have met with legislative aids from Senator Schumer's staff, as well as with Congressman Gibson and Congresswoman Gillibrand's staff. Three years ago we began screenings of an annual human rights film, followed by a discussion. In 2011 we showed a film articulating the struggles of undocumented immigrants in the United States. In 2013, we showed a film about a 17 year old Canadian citizen as he was detained and interrogated at Guantanamo Bay prison. Afterwards we had a Skype discussion and Q&A with an Amnesty expert on Guantanamo. This year we are showing a film about sexual violence against women, also followed by a discussion. We also had a fund raiser at the High Falls Cafe where we had a local band called Questionable Authorities play. In addition, the Mid-Hudson Amnesty International group had a petition signing event at the 2013 Mountain jam, where we collected over 500 signatures. Every year we send hundreds of letters to a variety of world leaders. The DJ Dance Party coincides with the annual Global Write-A-Thon and this year's film.

100% of the door donations will go to the Mid-Hudson Amnesty International Chapter.
 

Fri Oct 17
8:00pm
$15.00

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Slam Allen
Slam AllenFor over 20 years, Slam Allen has been entertaining audiences with his unique blend of soul and blues. Playing the famous Chitlin' Circuit as well as performing around the world, Allen's music and enthusiasm has been shared with thousands of people.

For the past eight years he has played an important role, as the lead singer and guitarist, in the legendary James Cotton Band. "It's one of the highlights and privileges of my life to play with Cotton" says Allen. "He is one of the last living legends, and there's so much history there. Cotton was directly connected to Muddy Waters, who was a major factor in the blues world, as well as being one of my all time favorites. Playing with Cotton is such a great experience for me and there are things you can learn from him that you can't learn from any school. It's a great honor."

"Slam's guitar is a generous blue fountain of love. His gospel is the kind you sign up for without hesitation. All are included in the circle of his light." --Cafe Guide

Photo by J.G. Riley
 


Events for November 2014

Sat Nov 22
8:00pm
$23.00

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Jim Kweskin and Happy Traum
Jim Kweskin and Happy TraumJim Kweskin and Happy Traum have known each other for many years, and are finally joining forces for this Cafe performance. They'll be playing and singing songs both together and separately.

Jim Kweskin is regarded as one of the most influential performers to emerge from the 1960s folk revival, having led his famous Kweskin Jug Band with fingerpicking finesse and an energizing repertoire of folk, blues, string band and ragtime songs. During the five years they were together in the 60s, the group successfully transformed the sounds of pre-World War II rural music into a musical springboard for their good-humored performances. Featuring Geoff and Maria Muldaur, Mel Lyman, Fritz Richmond, Bill Keith, Richard Greene and other musical luminaries, they released six albums, toured the country extensively, and appeared often on national television. Because of their unrehearsed, impromptu interplay with the audience, their live performances were hailed as revolutionary. Jim continues in the same tradition, appearing at venues throughout North America, Japan and Europe. He usually performs with some of the best back-up musicians in the country. Because of Jim's vast repertoire, and obvious love of the music, he is considered one of the best interpreters of the great American songbook.

Happy Traum is a renowned folk singer, writer, teacher, recording artist and first-rate fingerstyle guitarist. He was a student of blues guitar legend Brownie McGhee, who was a major influence on his picking style. Happy has played in concerts, clubs and festivals throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia and Japan, both solo and with his late brother, Artie Traum, with whom he performed for more than 40 years. Happy has also appeared and/or recorded with Bob Dylan, Levon Helm, John Sebastian, Larry Campbell, Eric Andersen, Allen Ginsberg and and many other major figures in the folk music world. He has released numerous recordings and, as one of America's best-known guitar instructors, has taught at major guitar workshops throughout the country; is the author of more than a dozen best-selling guitar instruction books; and has produced more than 500 music lessons on DVDs and CDs for his internationally-renowned company, Homespun Tapes.
 


Recent Events at the Cafe

May-01-14: Diane Attebury
May-01-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
May-04-14: Opening reception for Diane Attebury art exhibit
May-08-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
May-10-14: Too Blue
May-13-14: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
May-15-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
May-17-14: Slam Allen
May-18-14: Celtic Cafe
May-22-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
May-23-14: North Sea Gas
May-25-14: Irish and English Pub Sing
May-27-14: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
May-29-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
May-30-14: Chris Smither
May-31-14: The Jeff "Siege" Siegel Quartet
Jun-01-14: Ruth Wetzel
Jun-05-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Jun-06-14: Tricky Britches
Jun-07-14: John Abercrombie Trio
Jun-08-14: Opening reception for Ruth Wetzel art exhibit
Jun-09-14: 2014 Young Student Guitar Ensemble
Jun-10-14: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Jun-12-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Jun-13-14: Mary Gauthier
Jun-14-14: Rosendale Street Festival fundraiser with Dylan Doyle
Jun-15-14: Irish and English Pub Songs Session - Pull a Pint for Dad
Jun-19-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Jun-20-14: Jesse Lege and Bayou Brew
Jun-21-14: Lara Hope and the Ark-Tones
Jun-24-14: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Jun-26-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Jun-28-14: Frank Vignola, Vinny Raniolo, Bucky Pizzarelli, and Ed Laub
Jul-03-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Jul-05-14: Rosendale Theatre's "Music Invasion Film Festival"
Jul-06-14: Opening reception for Jack Baran photo exhibit
Jul-08-14: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Jul-10-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Jul-11-14: Jim Hurst
Jul-12-14: Jim durst
Jul-12-14: Abby Hollander Band
Jul-13-14: Irish and English Pub Songs Session
Jul-17-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Jul-19-14: Rosendale Street Festival 2014
Jul-22-14: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Jul-24-14: 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 mem-
    bers 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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