Music Venues: Come and Gone in 2010

The end of the calendar year is a time to survey the past 12 months time and see what kind of balance we have achieved.

So here’s a quick glance over some of the live music venues that Nippertown gained and lost during 2010. You do the math:

CLOSED:
Revolution Hall, Troy
Tess’ Lark Tavern, Albany
The Bread & Jam Cafe, Cohoes
Positively Fourth Street, Troy
Jason’s Upstairs Bar, Hudson
Emack & Bolio’s, Guilderland
The Boght Arts Center, Cohoes

OPENED:
Club Helsinki Hudson, Hudson
American Glory, Hudson
Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, Troy

OPENED & CLOSED:
The Judge’s Inn, Troy

What did we miss?

3 Responses to “Music Venues: Come and Gone in 2010”

  1. hojohifive says:

    the moral of the story (as always) stop wishing for what we don’t have and support what we do have.

  2. tommy says:

    saddest 2010 list on Nippertown yet. Jason’s, Rev Hall, Bread & Jam, Lark Tavern were some of the best venues out there.

  3. What happened with Rev Hall was such a shame and completely avoidable, but the new folks in charge just didn’t have a clue how to run that kind of music venue.

    Here’s hoping 2011 brings a meaningful music venue back to Troy. We need our own Valentine’s.

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