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Feb 6 – 12

Feb 6 – 12

Honeysuckle’s lyrics are haunting, mesmerizing, and their stage banter is deliciously witty. It’s a winning combination that has won them major festival slots and top awards in their hometown of Boston. Their show on Friday is one of a rich array of events that range from a pre-Valentine’s performance of Shakespeare scenes, to a children’s show, to open mics and superb headline concerts . . .

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Jan 30 – Feb 5

Jan 30 – Feb 5

Singer-songwriter, troubadour and musical alchemist Kris Delmhorst likes to write songs from the inside out. Songs that she doesn’t know the answer to, and sometimes doesn’t even know what the question is yet. Her soulful, thoughtful and richly entertaining music is called “bold and brilliant” by the Boston Globe and “transcendent” by the LA Times. She’s been compared to Anaïs Mitchell, Lucinda Williams, and Juana Molina – though she cites Rickie Lee Jones, in all her fearless joy and complexity, as an artistic north star.

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January 23 – 29

January 23 – 29

Think about this: we start this week’s schedule with a master of Llanero–the music of herders and plains people in Venezuela. We close our weekend on Sunday with the music of herders and plains people in Tuva, a rural corner of the Russian Federation near Mongolia. These deeply rooted traditions grew from the same hard, exciting work. You can hear . . .

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Jan 9 – 15

Jan 9 – 15

Canadian singer-songwriter Julian Taylor is a major label veteran, Toronto music scene staple, and musical chameleon. Newly reborn as a singer-songwriter, he’s enjoying a surge of popularity. His acoustic album, The Ridge, earned 1 million plays on Spotify, airplay from America to Australia to the U.K. and earned Taylor Solo Artist of the Year at the Canadian Folk Music Awards. Raised on soul, hip-hop, blues, Americana and ‘90s alternative, Taylor has embraced his identity as a Black man of Mohawk and West Indian roots. In his warm, charismatic way, he explores themes of identity, loss, struggle, spirituality and connection.

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December 19 – 25

December 19 – 25

She’s an award-winning banjo player and songwriter from Glens Falls, NY whose sound is rooted in the old songs of Appalachia. She blends tradition with her own unique, sultry flavor to create honest music that feeds the soul like a good home-cooked meal. Carolyn will be joined by her band featuring Connor Armbruster on the fiddle, James Gascoyne on guitar and Oona Grady on bass . . .

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This week is Holiday Music & Gifts

This week is Holiday Music & Gifts

Billboard charting quartet Sons of Serendip won the hearts of fans and judges alike as finalists on “America’s Got Talent.” Their ethereal, stirring contemporary music blends vocals, harp, piano, cello, and warm charisma. Thursday’s intimate performance will highlight seasonal songs.

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Holiday Music Begins!

Holiday Music Begins!

This Eddie Award-nominated stringband is the region’s premiere purveyor of historic American music. Tonight they’ll don Santa hats and invite you to step back in time to sing along with a seasonal program guaranteed to set your bells a-jingling! Expect bluegrass versions of classic carols, Robert Frost poems set to traditional melodies, plus Hannukkah tunes, forgotten topical gems and more!

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Do we owe you a free show?

Do we owe you a free show?

This husband and wife duo pairs the intimacy and immediacy of ’90’s folk with the sonic explosion of ’60’s pop. Molly Venter (Red Molly) is a viscerally potent singer, à la Fiona Apple and Tracy Chapman, whose songwriting is redemptive and playful. Consummate musician and producer Eben Pariser (Roosevelt Dime), is a devotee of Ray Charles, Wes Montgomery, The Beatles and The Band . . .

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Try something new this week!

Try something new this week!

Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler, the Rough & Tumble, have been living on the road since 2015. Their relentless high spirits have made life in a 16′ camper shared by two 100-pound rescue dogs not only bearable but joyful. Their commanding stage presence and sharp banter, hooky melodies and heartstring lyrics have won this dumpster-folk/thriftstore Americana duo fans across the land.

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TrueSongs 2022 is here!

TrueSongs 2022 is here!

With true stories shared in word and song, this heartwarming annual event shines a spotlight on the positive impact of local nonprofits. This year’s participating organizations are Gateway House of Peace, the Saratoga Senior Center, Horns for Haiti, Shelters of Saratoga, and Steps for Stroke. Our songwriters are Mel Guarino, John Dillon, Hold on Honeys, Jeff Brisbin and Michael

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