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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 April 2014    Recent artists
April's Featured Visual Artist is Cindy Hoose

Fri Apr 25
8:00pm
$20.00

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Geoff Muldaur
Appearing Today
Geoff MuldaurGeoff Muldaur is one of the great voices and musical forces to emerge from the folk, blues and folk-rock scenes centered in Cambridge, MA and Woodstock, NY. During the 1960s and '70s, Geoff made a series of highly influential recordings as a founding member of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band and the Paul Butterfield's Better Days group, as well as collaborations with then-wife Maria and other notables (Bonnie Raitt, Eric Von Schmidt, Jerry Garcia, etc.). He left the stage and recording world in the mid-1980s for a working sabbatical, but continued to hone his craft, albeit "flying beneath radar". He composed scores for film and television, and produced off-beat albums for the likes of Lenny Pickett and the Borneo Horns and the Richard Greene String Quartet. Geoff's definitive recording of "Brazil" provided the seed for, and was featured in, Terry Gilliam's film of the same title.

With his magical voice and singular approach to American music intact, Geoff is once again touring the world. He performs in concert halls, performance spaces, clubs and festivals throughout the US, Canada, Japan, and Europe. Geoff may be heard from time to time as a guest on Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion and has been featured on a variety of National Public Radio shows, including Weekend Edition, All Things Considered, Fresh Air with Terry Gross, and The World with Lisa Mullins.

"Bob Dylan didn't want to be Woody Guthrie. He wanted to be Geoff Muldaur. Geoff was the Big Man On Campus. He still is." --Van Dyke Parks

"There are only three white blues singers; Geoff Muldaur is at least two of them." --Richard Thompson

"Geoff has always been one of my favorite singers." --Bonnie Raitt

"Hearing his new record reminds me of why I fell for this guy in the first place. This album is long overdue and I've never heard him sound better." --Maria Muldaur

"Geoff Muldaur was and is one of my musical heroes. When I listen to him sing and play, I can hear the coal mine, the cotton field, and last, but certainly foremost, the boy's boarding school." --Loudon Wainwright III
 


Events for May 2014
May's Featured Visual Artist is Diane Attebury

Thu May 1
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 is excited about their continuing 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.

Dance forms may include Salsa, Mambo, Merengue, Cha Cha, and Bachata.

The instructor is Argentinean Maia Martinez, director of Dojo Dance Company in Newburgh, NY. Maia has a unique and energetic dancing and teaching style that involves the diversity of disciplines she has been exploring since she was a kid.

Maia's lessons present amazing tips to improve your leading and following skills, and developing your own dancing style through exploring the musicality of Salsa music.

Click on Maia's photo for more information about her and the Dojo Dance Company.
 

Thu May 8
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 is excited about their continuing 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.

Dance forms may include Salsa, Mambo, Merengue, Cha Cha, and Bachata.

The instructor is Argentinean Maia Martinez, director of Dojo Dance Company in Newburgh, NY. Maia has a unique and energetic dancing and teaching style that involves the diversity of disciplines she has been exploring since she was a kid.

Maia's lessons present amazing tips to improve your leading and following skills, and developing your own dancing style through exploring the musicality of Salsa music.

Click on Maia's photo for more information about her and the Dojo Dance Company.
 
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Sat May 10
8:00pm
$10.00

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Too Blue
Too BlueTraveling freely between the genres of bluegrass, swing, Celtic and jazz, a Too Blue performance is a dynamic dose of serious fun. Smooth harmonies and adventurous musicianship bring stellar arrangements to life and leave the listener anything but "blue". Their newest release, Trouble With the Grey, produced and engineered by Bob Harris of Ampersand Records, has received national radio airplay and enthusiastic reviews from Bluegrass Today and Bluegrass Unlimited.

Seamlessly blending their vocals are guitarist Betsy Rome and banjoist Joan Harrison. Mandolin powerhouse Michael Sassano astounds and entertains, while bassist Jamie Doris' jazz background brings a creative and unique perspective to the band. Together, Too Blue makes exciting bluegrass that swings and entertains.

"To quote Bill Monroe, 'This is powerful music!' With Too Blue, the total is much more than the sum of the parts, and the parts are mighty fine!" --Barry Mitterhoff, mandolinist with Jorma Kaukonen.
 

Thu May 15
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 is excited about their continuing 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.

Dance forms may include Salsa, Mambo, Merengue, Cha Cha, and Bachata.

The instructor is Argentinean Maia Martinez, director of Dojo Dance Company in Newburgh, NY. Maia has a unique and energetic dancing and teaching style that involves the diversity of disciplines she has been exploring since she was a kid.

Maia's lessons present amazing tips to improve your leading and following skills, and developing your own dancing style through exploring the musicality of Salsa music.

Click on Maia's photo for more information about her and the Dojo Dance Company.
 

Sat May 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
 

Thu May 22
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 is excited about their continuing 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.

Dance forms may include Salsa, Mambo, Merengue, Cha Cha, and Bachata.

The instructor is Argentinean Maia Martinez, director of Dojo Dance Company in Newburgh, NY. Maia has a unique and energetic dancing and teaching style that involves the diversity of disciplines she has been exploring since she was a kid.

Maia's lessons present amazing tips to improve your leading and following skills, and developing your own dancing style through exploring the musicality of Salsa music.

Click on Maia's photo for more information about her and the Dojo Dance Company.
 

Fri May 23
8:00pm
$20.00

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North Sea Gas
North Sea GasThirty years and stronger than ever...

One of Scotland's most popular folk bands features great vocals and tremendous three part harmonies. Guitars, mandolin, fiddle, bouzouki, whistles, bodhrans, banjo and good humour are all part of the entertainment. They have received Gold and Silver disc awards from the Scottish Music Industry Association, and regularly sell-out their shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

The band is Ronnie MacDonald, Grant Simpson, and Dave Gilfillan.

They have recorded 15 albums and are constantly adding new material to their show, with the latest album Tak a dram afore ye go proving yet again very popular with fans all over the world. "The album is offered in the spirit of enjoyment, and in that it succeeds superbly" --Alasdair Maclean, The Scots Magazine, on the band's recent live album Edinburgh Toon.

North Sea Gas' previous album "Rosslyn" received wonderful reviews from folk magazines, newspapers, etc... including Dirty Linen (USA), the Scots Magazine, and The Living Tradition. Their show, in the same way as their albums, consist of traditional, contemporary and self-penned material all put together in a style of their own. This proves popular during their regular tours of Scotland, America, Canada, Germany, Austria, and many other destinations every year. They also have numerous TV and Radio appearances on both sides of the Atlantic, including Late Night Saturday and Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour, one of the biggest radio shows of its kind in the USA.

In 2008, they recorded for Chinese television, with an estimated audience of 800 million... a highlight of any bands career!

December 2009 saw the band playing in Istanbul, Turkey, for the British Consulate St Andrews Ball... and they were invited back in 2010.

Besides the band's regular tours abroad in the last few years, they have endeavoured to take their show to the theatres, art centres, and community halls around Scotland. Touring and seeing their native land is something the band really enjoys.

We could say more but put simply, North Sea Gas is a highly entertaining Scottish folk band who have an ever-growing fan base, ranging through all age groups, thus giving the "Gas" show a wonderful atmosphere.

"No airs and graces, just fantastic music..." --EdinburghGuide.com, Edin/Festival 2007

"Through their work they introduce audiences to the wider world of the folk tradition and its riches" --John O'Regan Living Tradition magazine
 

Thu May 29
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 is excited about their continuing 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.

Dance forms may include Salsa, Mambo, Merengue, Cha Cha, and Bachata.

The instructor is Argentinean Maia Martinez, director of Dojo Dance Company in Newburgh, NY. Maia has a unique and energetic dancing and teaching style that involves the diversity of disciplines she has been exploring since she was a kid.

Maia's lessons present amazing tips to improve your leading and following skills, and developing your own dancing style through exploring the musicality of Salsa music.

Click on Maia's photo for more information about her and the Dojo Dance Company.
 
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Fri May 30
8:00pm
$22.00

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Chris Smither
Chris SmitherSome artists continually reinvent themselves; others identify their muse early on and spend their careers single-mindedly pursuing it, remaining recognizably themselves through a career-long process of refinement, growth and discovery. Chris Smither belongs to the latter group.

From his early days as the hot New Orleans transplant in the Boston folk scene, through his wilderness years, to his reemergence in the 1990s as one of America's most distinctive acoustic performers, Chris Smither has always been his own man. He has zigged when others have zagged, eschewing sophisticated studio tricks and staying true to his musical vision, surrounding himself with sympathetic musicians; ranging from Bonnie Raitt and the late Stephen Bruton to the next-generation kindred spirits with whom he works today.

"Smither delivers one of the most riveting shows you're ever likely to see. On Live As I'll Ever Be, Smither's growling vocals, badass finger-picking and uniformly brilliant songs are here in spades." -Rolling Stone

"Smither's songs are deep, often dark, and absolutely wonderful." -Associated Press
 

Sat May 31
8:00pm
$10.00

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The Jeff "Siege" Siegel Quartet
The Jeff 'Siege' Siegel QuartetThe Jeff "Siege" Siegel Quartet revisits its favorite local performance spot by popular demand. The quartet, featuring Erica Lindsay on tenor saxophone, Francesca Tanksley on piano, Otto Gardner on bass, and Jeff "Siege" Siegel on drums; last appeared locally two years ago. Formed in 2004, the group has performed four successful European tours and released two CDs together. They play original music of the band members; music that is reflective of their combined experiences working with the likes of McCoy Tyner, Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, Billy Harper, Reggie Workman, Sir Roland Hanna, Baikida Carroll, Oliver Lake, Dave Douglas and several others.

"Many groups tend to be strong in one or two areas, but lacking in others; the musicians might be great soloists but not have strong writing skills. Jeff 'Siege' Siegel's quartet manages to be accomplished across the board and [their CD] 'Live in Europe' is a portrait of a stellar group of musicians and writers at their best." --Karen Hogg, http://AlbanyJazz.com

"It's not just 'magic' on a scale of 1 to 5 stars. Siegel's straight-ahead session merits at least 5 stars." --Jim Santella, Cadence Magazine
 


Events for June 2014
June's Featured Visual Artist is Ruth Wetzel

Sat Jun 7
8:00pm
$15.00

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John Abercrombie Trio
John Abercrombie TrioAbercrombie on guitar, Bob Meyer on drums and cymbals, and Drew Gress on bass.

Over a career spanning more than 40 years and nearly 50 albums, John Abercrombie has established himself as one the masters of jazz guitar. Favoring unusual sounds (he played electronic mandolin on McCoy Tyner's 1993 album 4x4) and nontraditional ensembles (recent quartet recordings have included violinist Mark Feldman), Abercrombie is a restless experimenter, working firmly in the jazz tradition while pushing the boundaries of meter and harmony."

Abercrombie keeps up a heavy touring schedule and records with ECM Records, a relationship that has spanned more than 30 years. As he told one interviewer, "I'd like people to perceive me as having a direct connection to the history of jazz guitar, while expanding some musical boundaries." That, no doubt, will be his legacy.

This show was originally scheduled for May 25.

"These guys cook, smoke, and sizzle, without breaking a sweat... It's what improvised music is in 2013." --Cafe Guide

Photo credit: (c) 2013 Bob Meyer Photos.
 

Fri Jun 13
8:00pm
$22.00

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Mary Gauthier
Mary GauthierIn a Nashville bookstore, to the tune of steam hissing from a latte machine and laptop taps of nearby browsers, she speaks in a low voice, yet communicates urgently. Her voice never rises. Her music never rattles rafters or crashes like cymbals toward the high notes in a power chorus. Her tempos shuffle and trudge more than they dash.

And her songs? They're about as idiosyncratic as anything in the wide world of "popular music." They're painfully personal, especially on Trouble and Love. Yet they somehow infiltrate the souls of her listeners, no matter how different the paths they've followed through their lives.

Those songs weren't so much written as harvested by Gauthier. Though she lives not far from the hit-making mills of Music Row, she admits to knowing nothing about how to write on command. She says, "I have to be called to write. The call comes from somewhere I don't understand, but I know it when I hear it."
 

Sat Jun 21
8:00pm
$10.00

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Lara Hope and the Ark-Tones
Lara Hope and the Ark-TonesLara Hope and the Ark-Tones are the Hudson Valley's premier rockabilly / rhythm 'n' blues / rock 'n' roll outfit. They are an all-star cocktail of musical talent, driven by Lara Hope's powerful and sultry vocals, Matt "The Knife" Goldpaugh's (of the Arkhams) relentless upright bass slapping, Dave Tetreault's undefeated drum stylings, the guitar heroics of Chris Heitzman, and co-starring the cheery attitudes of all of the above members. This fun-loving bunch packs the dance floor with reworkings of rockabilly and rhythm and blues classics and standards as well as their own original musical offerings, sure to please listeners of all ages and walks of life.
 

Sat Jun 28
8:00pm
$25.00

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Frank Vignola, Vinny Raniolo, Bucky Pizzarelli, and Ed Laub
Frank Vignola, Vinny Raniolo, Bucky Pizzarelli, and Ed LaubA legendary convergence of incomparable guitarists comes to the Cafe.

Frank Vignola is one of the most extraordinary guitarists performing before the public today. His stunning virtuosity has made him the guitarist of choice for many of the world's top musicians, including Ringo Starr, Madonna, Donald Fagen, Wynton Marsalis, Tommy Emmanuel, the Boston Pops, the New York Pops, and guitar legend Les Paul, who named Vignola to his "Five Most Admired Guitar List" for the Wall Street Journal. Vignola's jaw-dropping technique explains why the New York Times deemed him "one of the brightest...stars of the guitar."

Vinny Raniolo has been on numerous recordings with Frank Vignola, Bucky Pizzarelli, Tommy Emmanuel, Tony Trishka, Matt Flinner, Ken Peplowski, to name a few. Vinny is also an experienced educator and has taught classes at Bowling Green University, Kent State University, Asiago Music Conservatory and others. He has also worked for many educational companies such as Mel Bay and Truefire.com. Vinny now tours the world with jazz guitar great Frank Vignola, and Australian guitar virtuoso Tommy Emmanuel. Vinny also works with many singer songwriters to arrange, record and produce their music.

Bucky Pizzarelli has played with the Vaughn Monroe Orchestra, the Benny Goodman Orchestra, the Tonight Show Band, Les Paul, Stephane Grappelli, Benny Goodman, and Frank Sinatra; easily making him a legend on the seven-string jazz guitar. Most recently he recorded with former Beatle Paul McCartney on his new Grammy Award winning album, Kisses on the Bottom. At the age of 88, he still tours and performs all over the world.

Ed Laub is a locally renowned guitarist and vocalist, whose style has been compared to a blend of Kenny Rankin, Chet Baker and James Taylor... all being accompanied by Bucky Pizzarelli! Ed says, "that's not bad company to be associated with. They were amongst the artists to whom I listened to and was most influenced by. I guess I would say I am honored with that comparison." Because of Ed's talent as an accompanist, and the fact that he is one of the more accomplished 7 String guitarists, he is sought after by many of the top guitarists in the NYC metropolitan area to back them up, and adds a pianistic style that makes a duo sound more like a trio. Focusing mostly on the American Songbook genre, Ed also loves to perform the great Brazilian classics using a nylon 7 string guitar.

"An extraordinary event... four giants meet for an evening of great American music." --Cafe Guide
 
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Events for July 2014

Fri Jul 11
8:00pm
$10.00

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Jim Hurst
Jim HurstTo listen to Jim Hurst is to be amazed by his tasteful and flawless performances. Perfect timing and tone and his unusual picking style has enchanted guitar players from the novice to his peers. It's no surprise, then, that his musical mastery began with a musical upbringing paving the way for a winding and varied career path.

Born into a musical family, Jim spent his youth playing guitar under the influences of flat-picking greats Tony Rice, Doc Watson, George Shuffler, and Clarence White. But the finger-style playing of Merle Travis, Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed was the "turn in the road" for Jim. This amalgam of impact defined his technique.

Using his early years to hone his style, Jim's guitar work and harmony vocals for Holly Dunn's Rio Band brought his talent to both the national and international stage. Then in 1992, going electric, he played guitar with Trisha Yearwood, touring extensively and appearing on numerous radio and television shows. He also performed with Travis Tritt, the McCarter Sisters and Sara Evans, whose 1998 RCA release No Place That Far features Jim's vocal and acoustic guitar work.

"Jim Hurst is one of the most versatile and tasteful guitar players I know. Whether he's flailing the rhythm for an old time fiddle tune, laying down a funky groove, or finger picking a beautiful ballad, his playing is both impeccable and creative. Accompanying this instrumental virtuosity is a rich and expressive voice with a surprising range." --Mark Schatz
 

Sat Jul 12
8:00pm
$10.00

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Abby Hollander Band
Abby Hollander BandThis bluegrass trio plays beautifully crafted and arranged songs... many of them being Abby's originals, along with some standards, and even one of her brother's. The songs are delivered with intricate three part harmonies, and the stellar musicianship of Ellery Marshall on the banjo and Jeff Picker on the bass.

You might Abby Hollander playing last year at the Cafe with another of her bands, The Boot Heel Drag. She's a singer, songwriter, and guitar player originally from Woodstock, NY. Coming from a family of musicians, she was raised on an eclectic mix of bluegrass, country, and jazz... which were played on the stereo a little and the back porch a lot. In her travels so far she's studied voice, violin, and theatre; absorbed some swing and blues from a stint in Austin; taught English to little kids in Spain; taught Spanish to little kids in Brooklyn; and moved a piano across the country twice to finally settle in New York and make music.
 


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
 


Recent Events at the Cafe

Jan-25-14: Jude Roberts
Jan-26-14: Celtic Cafe
Jan-28-14: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Jan-30-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Feb-01-14: Glen Sears
Feb-01-14: Dirk Powell & Riley Baugus
Feb-02-14: Opening reception for art exhibit of Glenn Sears
Feb-06-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Feb-08-14: Melissa Ferrick
Feb-09-14: Signing for Dennis Doherty's new book "Why Read the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn?"
Feb-11-14: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Feb-13-14: CANCELED - Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Feb-14-14: CANCELED - Amy and Leslie Valentine's Concert
Feb-15-14: Heather Maloney
Feb-20-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Feb-22-14: Tarantata
Feb-23-14: Celtic Cafe with tribute to Pete Seeger
Feb-25-14: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Feb-27-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Feb-28-14: Paul Geremia
Mar-01-14: Tom Legnon
Mar-01-14: Rozsa
Mar-06-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Mar-08-14: Special Saturday Salsa
Mar-09-14: Opening reception for Tom Legnon painting exhibit
Mar-11-14: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Mar-13-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Mar-15-14: Jesse Lege and Bayou Brew
Mar-16-14: Irish Pub Songs Session
Mar-20-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Mar-21-14: Food Pantry "Donate and Dance II" with DJ Ali
Mar-22-14: Hvlfkxxd
Mar-23-14: St Patrick's Day Celtic Cafe with The Wild Swan Band
Mar-25-14: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Mar-27-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Mar-29-14: The Saints of Swing post-Mardi Gras dance party, featuring Miss Rene Bailey
Apr-03-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Apr-05-14: CD release show for Cricket Tell the Weather
Apr-06-14: Opening reception for Cindy Hoose art exhibit
Apr-08-14: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Apr-10-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Apr-12-14: Passero
Apr-17-14: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
Apr-18-14: Old Buck
Apr-19-14: Repair Cafe
Apr-19-14: Mikhail Horowitz and Gilles Malkine present "Virtuoso Ineptitude"
Apr-20-14: Celtic Cafe
Apr-22-14: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
Apr-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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434 Main St. • PO Box 436 • Rosendale, NY 12472 • 845.658.9048
Hours: 11:00am-10:00pm, seven days a week (except major holidays)