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Chuck Prophet
& The Mission Express
with The Bottle Rockets
Friday, March 31 • 9pm

James McMurtry
Saturday, April 8• 9pm

Greg Brown
Friday, April 28 • 9pm
March 29:
Struttin' With The Stars Act II
March 30:
Deborah Hanlon
March 31:
Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express/with The Bottle Rockets
April 1:
Guilty Pleasure - Fool's Run
April 2:
Joseph Keckler
Benefit for Animalkind
April 7:
Sarah Kilborne
The Lavender Blues
April 8:
James McMurtry
April 9:
Varla Jean Merman
April 13:
ProJam 19
April 14:
The Roughouts
April 22:
Bridget Kearney
April 23:
Gabriel Tajeu • Columbia Greene Humane Society Fundraiser
April 28:
Greg Brown
April 30:
The Backdoor Boys
A Hudson Pride Fundraiser
May 13:
Shannon McNally
May 18:
Sean Rowe
June 3:
Suitcase Junket
September 1:
Big Sandy & His Fly Rite Boys

Wednesday, March 29, 7:30pm

Struttin' With The Stars Act II

Thursday, March 30, 6:00pm

An Evening with Deborah Hanlon

Friday, March 31

9:00 pm

Chuck Prophet writes and sings wry, trenchant rock songs that connect the dots, musical and otherwise, between Tom Petty and Warren Zevon.

With the aid of the Mission Express, his band of heartbreakers, Prophet embraces a host of traditional and classic sounds, including country, soul, LA rock, indie-rock, folk-rock, and plain old rock 'n' roll. Lyrically, Prophet is deceptive, seemingly tossing off one-liners in his wry twang, but often in the service of full-fledged story-songs or sociopolitical narratives that are always cinematic, often funny, and subtly brilliant.

He describes his new album, "Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins," as "California Noir," which could well describe all of the output of this quirky original who has been associated in one way or another with musicians and bands including Ryan Adams, Lucinda Williams, Alejandro Escovedo, Cake, Kim Richey and Kelly Willis.

Think of him as America's answer to Ray Davies.

Since the mid-1990s, The Bottle Rockets have been making a unique brand of populist, Midwestern, brawny rock 'n' roll. Part of the alt-country explosion of the Nineties, the Bottle Rockets list Woody Guthrie, Neil Young, and the Replacements as key influences.


Saturday, April 1

8:30 pm

Catskill, NY-based Guilty Pleasure is more pleasure than guilty. These veteran musicians have developed an electric onstage chemistry and pride themselves in giving their audience a high energy show from start to finish. Guilty Pleasure plays hit songs from nearly every genre, keeping the dance floor rocking with Kacey Quirk on lead vocals, Sean McLaughlin on lead vocals and guitar, Paul Illsley on lead guitar, AJ Ricci on electric bass, and Tom Buffe on drums.


Sunday, April 2, 7pm

Joseph Keckler • Benefit for Animalkind

The New York Times calls alt-cabaret vocalist Joseph Keckler "an operatic singer whose range shatters the conventional boundaries of classical singing." Kecklerís style, voice and approach may remind listeners of Rufus Wainwright and Antony Hegarty aka Anohni.

Keckler is a widely acclaimed singer, writer, songwriter, and artist, with a rich, versatile three-plus octave voice and sharp wit. His compelling performances combine humor, autobiography, and classical themes from a unique perspective.

The Village Voice named him "Best Downtown Performance Artist," and the New York Times declared him a "major vocal talent


29•Struttin' With The Stars Act II
30•Deborah Hanlon
31•Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express/with The Bottle Rockets

1•Guilty Pleasure - Fool's Run
2•Joseph Keckler
Benefit for Animalkind

7•Sarah Kilborne
The Lavender Blues

8•James McMurtry
9•Varla Jean Merman
Fundraiser for GayHudson

13•ProJam 19
14•The Roughouts
22•Bridget Kearney
23•Gabriel Tajeu
Columbia Greene Humane Society Fundraiser

28•Greg Brown
30•The Backdoor Boys
A Hudson Pride Fundraiser

13•Shannon McNally
18•Sean Rowe

3•Suitcase Junket

1•Big Sandy & His Fly Rite Boys