FEBRUARY 12: On This Date in Nippertown Concert History

February 12th, 2015, 2:00 pm by Greg

Throwback Thursday? Oh yeah. So we’re back for another installment of our weekly feature: On This Date in Nippertown Concert History. Check out our round-up of February 12 concerts through the years…

2014: Roberts/Wooley @ EMPAC at RPI, Troy
2013: Big Gigantic @ Upstate Concert Hall, Clifton Park
2012: Anat Cohen @ the Egg, Albany
2011: The Syd Straw Heartwreck Show @ Bearsville Theater, Woodstock
2010: Eric Church @ Northern Lights, Clifton Park
2009: Steep Canyon Rangers @ Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs
2008: Finch, Oh Sleeper @ Revolution Hall, Troy
2007: Rusted Root @ Northern Lights, Clifton Park
2005: Eric Bibb, Linda Tillery @ Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy
2004: Soulive, Lynch @ Revolution Hall, Troy
2003: Fred Eaglesmith @ Club Helsinki, Great Barrington
2002: Project/Object @ Valentine’s Music Hall, Albany
2000: Cindy Blackman Quartet @ the Van Dyck, Schenectady
1999: The Figgs, Gravel Pit, the VodkaSonics, Queer for Astro Boy @ Valentine’s Music Hall, Albany
1998: Altan @ the Parting Glass, Saratoga Springs
1997: Scotty Mac & the Rockin’ Bonnevilles @ the Big House, Albany
1996: Steve Brinberg @ The Egg, Albany
1995: Spell, Beef, Resolve @ Bogie’s, Albany
1994: Blotto Tribute Show featuring Ernie Williams, Blacksmith, Beat Blotto, Tim Livingston, Katie McKrell, more @ Bogie’s, Albany
1993: Guy Clark, Sonny Landreth, Michelle Shocked, Allen Toussaint @ Bearsville Theater, Woodstock
1992: Hamell On Trial @ the Half Moon Cafe, Albany
1990: Larry Robinson @ Rolls Touring Co., Troy
1989: From Good Homes, Euclid’s Bakery @ QE2, Albany
1988: Dan Hicks @ Pauly’s Hotel, Albany
1987: Bruce Hornsby @ the Palace Theatre, Albany
1985: Agitpop @ 288 Lark, Albany

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2 thoughts on “FEBRUARY 12: On This Date in Nippertown Concert History”

  1. TL says:

    Video of “Too Much Fun” from the Blotto tribute show in 1994 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wW4AXyeFi8

  2. Fred says:

    That Scotty Mac show, which I caught in ’97, I think was the debut of Ted Hennessy on vocals and blues harp. Cindy Blackman’s show was incredible–amazed she hasn’t been up this way more often!

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