Top Tips for Live Music (for the week beginning March 29th)


Caffe Lena’s calendar for April is out and it is a good one, including two shows each by Sean Rowe and the Gibson Brothers.  Remember, you can see these shows in person now, but seating is very limited. The Linda’s wonderful “Open for Take-Out” live stream series continues into May with performances by Tori, Kyla Silk and others.   However, if you were planning to see the Australian Pink Floyd Show at SPAC this summer, you are out of luck.  This show has been officially canceled.

Glass Pony

Best betNippertown’s March Music Madness is down to the Final Four, and Glass Pony is one of them.  Take the opportunity to see what all the fuss is about by seeing them play live (with special guest Hilltop) this Saturday at Putnam Place.  Note that this is also a celebration of 29 years of music promotion by Guthrie/Bell Productions in the Capital District.  Keep on truckin’, Greg!

Live this week:

Monday, March 29

Wednesday, March 31

Thursday, April 1

Friday, April 2

Saturday, April 3

Just announced:

Caffe Lena 

  • {April 5} Rick’s Picks Local Showcase: Rob Egielski / Rich Clements (7:00)
  • {April 9} Tom Lehrer Birthday Tribute with Byron Nilsson (8:00)
  • {April 11} Dan Berggren (7:00)
  • {April 12} Rick’s Picks Local Showcase: Ria Curly / Jeannine Ouderkirk (7:00)
  • {April 13} Chuck Lamb Trio with Greg Abate (7:00)
  • {April 16} Bill Staines (8:00)
  • {April 18} Warden & Co. (7:00)
  • {April 23} Honeysuckle (8:00)
  • {April 24} Sean Rowe (5:00)
  • {April 24} Sean Rowe (8:00)
  • {April 25} Deb Cavanaugh & Dandelion Wine (7:00)

The Egg: The Mersey Beatles (was 5/6) postponed to September 30.

New Shows

  • {April 6} presents Rufus Wainwright (7:30) {online}
  • {April 7} presents Rufus Wainwright (9:30) {online}
  • {April 18} presents Ani DiFranco (8:00) {online}

Lark Hall Practice Sessions {online}

  • {April 9} The Wheel (8:00)

The Falcon

  • {April 16} (While you dine:) Hollis Brown Band (7:00)
  • {April 17} (While you dine:) Leslie Mendelson (7:00)
  • {April 18} (While you dine:) Lamb/Anderson/Sorgen (7:00)
  • {April 23} (While you dine:) Hollis Brown Band (7:00)
  • {April 30} (While you dine:) Hollis Brown Band (7:00)

The Linda Open for Take-Out {online}: Matt Nakoa (was 3/22) postponed to April 8.

New Shows

  • {April 19} Kyla Silk (8:00)
  • {April 26} Tori (8:00)
  • {May 3} Stella and the Reptilians (8:00)

The Strand Theatre

  • {April 22} Tom Cardella (7:15)
  • {April 23} Jim Gaudet and the Railroad Boys (7:30)
  • {May 2} Milayne Jackson and Friends

Club Helsinki {online}

  • {April 24} Dust Bowl Faeries Duet / Chuck Lamb (8:00) 

Putnam Place

  • {May 8} MP3: Al Schnier, Vinnie Amico & Tom Pirozzi (7:30)

Iron Horse Music Hall: KT Tunstall (was 2/11) now rescheduled for December 6.  PrideFalls (was 4/2) postponed to November 19.  Nada Surf (was 4/16) postponed to November 5.  Ellen Jewell (was 7/18) postponed to October 30 and now a duo show with Jerry Miller.

The Academy of Music {online}: Magos Herrera (was 4/2) postponed to April 17.

The Mahaiwe: Madeleine Peyroux Trio (was 4/23) postponed to May 27, 2022.

Calvin Theatre:  Voyage (was 4/24) postponed to November 6.

Upstate Concert Hall:  Flotsam and Jetsam (was 5/16) canceled.

Saratoga Performing Arts Center: The Australian Pink Floyd Show (was 9/17) canceled.

Did you miss last week’s concert announcements? Find them here.

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