Real Good for Free: Ribbin’ & Blues BBQ Bash @ Pauly’s Hotel, 6/2/12

Mark Emanation and Folding Sky

Mark Emanatian and Folding Sky

Photograph by Eric Gleason

It’s a perfect summertime match – barbecue & blues.

At 12noon on Saturday (June 2), Pauly’s Hotel in Albany is hosting the inaugural Ribbin’ & Blues BBQ Bash, teaming up with the award-winning Capital Q Smokehouse.

The indoor/outdoor event will feature performances by Nippertown blues favorites Scotty Mac & the Rockin’ Bonnevilles, Joe Lowry & the Second Mile Blues Band and Folding Sky, with special guest appearances by Charlie Smith and “Blue Hand” Luke McNamee.

“We’re trying to do something that nobody’s doing in Albany,” says John Mancini, owner of Pauly’s Hotel. “We’re trying to bring some attention to the great live blues we have in this region.”

The big bash begins at 12noon on Saturday, and admission is free.

ADDITIONAL REAL GOOD FOR FREE EVENTS:

The Summer Sounds of Salem @ the Train Depot Green, Salem, (Saturdays thru September 1)
Music at Sunset @ Greenport Town Park, Hudson, Fridays thru August 31
Upbeat On the Roof @ Skidmore College’s Tang Museum, Saratoga Springs, Fridays thru August 31
Art On Lark @ Lark Street, Albany, June 9
Second Sunday Concert Series @ the Guilderland Public Library, Guilderland (Monthly thru June 13)
Alive at Five @ Riverfront Park, Albany (Thursdays from June 7-August 9)
Skidmore Jazz Institute Concert Series @ Skidmore College’s Zankel Music Center, Saratoga Springs (June 26-July 6)
Backlot Music Festival @ Waterford Public Library, Waterford (Thursdays from June 28-July 26)

One Response to “Real Good for Free: Ribbin’ & Blues BBQ Bash @ Pauly’s Hotel, 6/2/12”

  1. Bill says:

    Now you’re talking! After the disappointing announcements for the Guilderland and Troy free concert series, this one wakes me up.

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