New Concert Announcements (from the week ending August 7)

Impressive lineup of new shows announced at The Egg for this fall and winter.  In the meantime, the Empire State Plaza is the place to be on Wednesdays in August for the Capital Concert series.  The Park Theater in Glens Falls announced much of their season – if this venue is not on your radar, it should be.  And the Michael Buble concert at the Times Union Center has been postponed (again), this time until October.

Lit, playing the Empire State Plaza this Wednesday, August 11.

Just announced:

Argyle Brewing

  • {August 8} Brunch with Bob featuring Annie Scherer (1:00)
  • {August 20} Tony Califano (6:30)
  • {August 26} Jon Stewart (6:00)
  • {September 17} Caity Gallagher (7:30)
  • {October 8} Lauren Balthrop (7:00)

Empire State Plaza

  • {August 11} Lit / Side-B (5:30)
  • {August 18} Wild Adriatic / Super 400 (5:30)
  • {August 25} The Wailers / Anthem (5:30)

The Strand Theatre

  • {August 12} The Newells (7:00)
  • {August 21} Joe Barna and Sketches of Influence (7:30)
  • {August 26} Kim Skoll and Random Grooves (7:00)
  • {August 27} AbyWst (8:00)
  • {August 28} Better Off Led with String Quartet (7:30)
  • {September 10} Matt Smith Band (8:00)
  • {September 12} PAKT Supergroup: Percy Jones, Alex Skolnick, Kenny Grohowski, Tim Motzer (7:00)
  • {September 17} Mischief Reunion (8:00)
  • {September 19} The Trish McIntosh Project
  • {September 24} The Erotics / Joe Mansman & the Midnight Revival Band / Ike’s Wasted World
  • {September 25} Ernie LaRouche Band
  • {October 8} Deep Purple Tribute
  • {October 12} Walter Trout

Putnam Place

  • {August 13} Joe Chaos’ Birfdai Party with Fire: The Jimi Hendrix Jam / Seize Atlantis / BerkStar / Clint English & the Holy Crow / Grape Juice / The E-Block / Motel6 (6:15)
  • {August 27} Shred is Dead (Dead & Co. After party) (11:00)

The Cock ‘n Bull

  • {August 13} Diz (6:00)
  • {August 20} Tom Wadsworth (6:00)
  • {August 27} Keith Pray Trio (6:00)

Nanola

  • {August 14} Miller and the Other Sinners (9:00)

Chicken Run

  • {August 14} Peter and the Four26 (6:00)
  • {August 19} Alana Wyld: Solo Blu (6:00)

William D. Chamberlain Waterfront Park

  • {August 15} “Full Out Fest” (6:00)

The Linda

  • {August 19} Wes Buckley / Dust Bowl Faeries (8:00) – note, Wes Buckley is canceled, but Dust Bowl Faeries will play as the headliner

Saratoga Winery

  • {August 19} Jezzielove
  • {August 20} Seth Warden Duo

The Hollow

  • {August 22} Craig Owens / Geoff Rickly (8:00)
  • {October 23} Brandon “Taz” Niederauer (8:30)

The Hangar on the Hudson

  • {August 22} Bloodshot Bill (8:00)

Pauly’s Hotel

  • {August 27} High Fashion Normalize / Captain Vampire / Giant Enemy Cancer Cult (7:30)
  • {August 28} Creature Collective / Lock Bolt and Key / The Worster Band (2:00)
  • {August 28} Under the Den / Anacortez / Jimmy James (8:00)

The Parting Glass

  • {September 3} Seth Warden Trio (8:00)
  • {September 4} John Kribs Trio (8:00)
  • {September 11} Get Up Jack (8:00)
  • {September 18} Proudest Monkey (4:00)
  • {September 25} Fenimore Blues (7:00)

Park Theater

  • {September 10} Ariel Posen (7:00)
  • {September 18} Jason Anick Acoustic Trio (7:00)
  • {October 2} Misty Mountain Hop (7:00)
  • {October 8} Cold Chocolate (7:00)
  • {October 22} Fort Vine (6:30)
  • {October 29} The Gibson Brothers (6:30)
  • {November 4} Billy Wylder (7:30)
  • {November 6} High Noon: A Tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd and Southern Rock (7:00)
  • {November 11} The Small Glories (7:00)
  • {November 20} Villalobos Brothers (6:30)
  • {December 3} Saints in the City: A Bruce Springsteen Tribute Band (7:00)
  • {December 10} Soggy Po Boys (7:00)
  • {January 13} Two Planets Away (7:30)
  • {February 12} Damn Tall Buildings (7:30)
  • {February 2} The Wildmans (6:00)
  • {April 1} The Piano Men: Tribute to Billy Joel and Elton John (8:00)
  • {April 30} Low Lily (7:30)
  • {May 26} Warden & Co. (6:30)

Caffe Lena

  • {September 12} Sloan Wainwright & Cosy Sheridan (7:00)
  • {October 16} Peter Yarrow (8:00)
  • {October 17} Peter Yarrow (1:00)
  • {October 20} Bluegrass Jam with Red Spruce (7:00)
  • {November 2} Kathy Mattea (5:00)
  • {November 2} Kathy Mattea (8:00)
  • {November 4} Grain Thief (7:00)
  • {November 5} The Blues Project (8:00)
  • {November 6} Duke Robillard Band (8:00)
  • {November 7} Jim Kweskin and Happy Traum (7:00)
  • {November 11} Karrin Allyson (7:00)
  • {November 12} David Ryan Harris (8:00)
  • {November 14} Mile Twelve (7:00)
  • {November 17} Bluegrass Jam with Red Spruce (7:00)
  • {November 19} Darrell Scott (7:00)
  • {November 20} Jake Blount (8:00)
  • {November 26} Seth Glier (8:00)
  • {November 28} John Pizzarelli (5:00)
  • {November 28} John Pizzarelli (8:00)
  • {December 15} Bluegrass Jam with Red Spruce (7:00)

Levon Helm Studios

  • {September 23} Kevin Morby (7:00)
  • {October 21} The Tallest Man on Earth / Madi Diaz (8:00)

Empire Live

  • {September 24} Unearth / Brick by Brick / Extinction AD / Deveria / Hate the Adversary (7:30, at Empire Underground)
  • {September 25} Motet (8:00, at Empire Live}
  • {October 8} Kendell Marvel / TBA (8:00, at Empire Underground)
  • {October 21} Caroline Rose / Joanna Sternberg (8:00, at Empire Live)
  • {November 8} RA (7:00, at Empire Underground)
  • {November 20} Ron Gallo / Post Animal / Why Bonnie  (8:00, at Empire Underground) – this show was originally listed as November 19

Vapor

  • {October 8} Material Girls (8:00)

The Egg

  • {October 16} Loudon Wainwright III (8:00, in the Swyer Theatre)
  • {October 29} Darlingside (8:00, in the Swyer Theatre)
  • {November 20} The Del McCoury Band / Tony Trischka, Jacob Joliff & Michael Daves (7:30, in the Hart Theatre)
  • {December 5} Richard Thompson (7:30, in the Swyer Theatre)
  • {February 26} Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy (7:00)
  • {April 10} Zakir Hussain – TRIVENI (3:00)

Lark Hall 

  • {October 16} Dude of Life Band (8:00)

Times Union Center

{October 19} Michael Buble (8:00) – postponed from August 25

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

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