UPCOMING SHOWS

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Hello friends,

We have 2 shows scheduled for Fall 2022. Here’s what you need to know:

• Please be fully vaccinated if you plan on attending the shows.

• Bring a mask.

• Feel free to BYOB. Feel free to BYO snacks.

As always, 100% of the money collected goes to the artists. Suggested donation for each show is $20 to $25, but feel free to donate a few extra bucks if you’d like. It’s been tough times for touring musicians.

To buy tickets, please click on "tickets" in the menu to the left and follow the instructions. Please indicate which show(s) you would like tickets for.

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RESCHEDULED!

Saturday, November 12, 2022*

Mike Polizze (of Purling Hiss)

8:00 pm (doors open at 7:30)

Minimum Donation: $20 to $25 (100% goes to the artists)

* If you bought tickets for the original October 22nd date and can't make the new one, please contact us for a refund.

Mike Polizze

Philadelphia songwriter/guitarist Mike Polizze has released numerous albums with the band he leads, Purling Hiss. They've played at Wilco's Solid Sound Festival and they're touring the U.K. this fall.

In 2020, Polizze released his first solo album "Long Lost Solace Find". The album was produced by Jeff Zeigler (The War on Drugs) and features contributions from Kurt Vile. This is a rare solo performance from Mike! Recommended for fans of Neil Young, Kurt Vile, Pavement, Dinosaur Jr....

"...intimate, warm, a little uncanny...The sound of the record approaches bliss: the sonic equivalent of a beer on the beach at sunset." -Pitchfork


Music video for "Cheewawa":

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Saturday, December 3, 2022

Ani Cordero

8:00 pm (doors open at 7:30)

Minimum Donation: $20 to $25 (100% goes to the artists)

Ani Codero

Ani Cordero is a New York-based Puerto Rican singer/composer/activist. In addition to releasing three solo albums, Ani has also played drums for the bands Pistolera and Os Mutantes, as well as playing guitar and fronting her own band, Cordero. She has performed at Lincoln Center and been featured in Billboard Magazine, The New Yorker, and Modern Drummer magazine. Recommended if you loved Cordero or Pistolera when they played here!

"...songs reminiscent of those from the Civil Rights era in the United States. While they're born out of struggle and suffering, there's joy and beauty at the same time." - NPR




Music video for "Choferito":

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RECENT SHOWS

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Saturday, April 2, 2022

The Figgs

Photos from this show are now in the GALLERY

The Figgs

What better way to return to hosting live shows than with The Figgs?! The Figgs have released close to 20 albums and EPs since they first formed in Saratoga, NY in 1987. They've been pretty much our favorite band since we first heard their music.

The band’s most recent album, “Shady Grove” (a triple album!), was released in 2019. We expect this show to sell out quickly. Don’t miss out! Recommended for fans of The Beatles, The Kinks, The Replacements, Elvis Costello…

Music video for The Figgs’ 2019 song “Grab Your Pack”:

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Saturday, April 9, 2022

Amy Rigby

Photos from this show are now in the GALLERY

Amy Rigby

We are so happy to welcome Amy Rigby back to our house! Amy played here way back in 2004 (solo) and in 2008 (with Wreckless Eric).

Amy released her first solo album, “Diary of a Mod Housewife”, in 1996. She was named Songwriter of the Year by Spin magazine that year. Since then, Amy has continued to record and perform, releasing 5 more solo albums, as well as 3 albums with her husband/sometimes-collaborator Wreckless Eric.

Her most recent album, “The Old Guys”, was released in 2018. In 2019 Amy published her memoir “Girl to City” and released a collection of early home demo recordings, “A One-Way Ticket to My Life,” to accompany the book. Amy has performed on Late Night with Conan O’Brien and her songs have been recorded by other artists, including Laura Cantrell and Ronnie Spector. This house concert will feature music (of course) along with some readings from her book.

“…keenly observant songs about growing up, growing older and keeping the rock and roll flame alive.” — Philadelphia Inquirer

“Her whimsical, often autobiographical songs are masterful. Funny and enticing, she is up there with the likes of Paul Simon and Randy Newman.” — New York Times

Amy playing her song "The President Can't Read" live in New York, 2018:

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Saturday, April 30, 2022

Walter Salas-Humara (of The Silos)

Photos from this show are now in the GALLERY

Walter Salas-HumaraWalter Salas-Humara is a founding member and the primary singer/songwriter of the great Americana/roots band The Silos. Walter last played at our house in 2019.

The Silos began in the mid-1980’s and soon earned critical acclaim and a loyal cult following. The band was voted Best New American Band in Rolling Stone Magazine's Critics' Poll of 1987 and appeared on Late Night with David Letterman in 1990.

In the decades since, Walter has continued to make numerous solo albums and records with The Silos, while also working as a visual artist. Recommended for fans of John Hiatt, Uncle Tupelo, Alejandro Escovedo....

Walter performing “I’m Over You” live in Berlin, 2017:

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