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Enjoy the famous Caffe Lena concert experience from anywhere in the world at CaffeLena.TV! Our livestreams deliver exciting roots music through three dynamic camera shots and premium broadcast sound.*

We offer four or more LIVE shows every week, plus a constantly rotating vault of our most popular shows to enjoy anytime.

Your purchase supports performing artists and our non-profit organization

We have apps available for Apple, Android and Roku, making streaming our concerts easier than ever!

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*what makes our live streaming experience unique? our staff.

You will love the quality of our livestreamed shows! Our staff ensures the best production for each and every performance.


Joel Moss

Broadcast sound and camera technician

In more than six decades of producing music, Joel has recorded albums for the likes of Little Richard, Ray Charles, The Beach Boys, Joe Cocker, Johnny Cash and Tony Bennett, in addition to work on films and Broadway. He has won an Academy Award and seven Grammys and been nominated for two Emmys. His life in music began in his hometown of Detroit in the late 1950s as a 12-year-old folk prodigy, leading a Hebrew folk quintet called The Hi-Liters that played Caffe Lena in the early ’60s. Since moving to Saratoga he produced “A Saratoga Christmas Wish,” a fundraising album for Make-A-Wish Northeast New York that raised $70,000.

Joe Deuel

House Sound

Bands play their best on our stage thanks to great acoustics, an attentive audience, and the superb sound support provided by Lena’s legendary soundman, Joe Deuel. A native of Saratoga, Joe first came to the Caffè as a curious high school student. In the 1980s he became an indispensable ally to Lena Spencer, helping her with every aspect of running the Caffè. After her sudden passing in 1989, he was part of the team that kept the Caffè going while it transitioned into a non-profit organization. He has served as the Caffè’s soundman for the better part of the past 40 years. His photographs of performances, life around the Caffè, and Lena herself, from the 1970s to today, form a substantial part of the 2013 book Caffè Lena: Inside America’s Legendary Folk Music Venue, and have been seen in numerous album jackets, gallery shows and national publications.