The Bob Stump Band to Play at Caffé Lena on March 31st

SARATOGA SPRINGSThe Bob Stump Band will be performing at Caffé Lena on March 31st, at 7:00 pm. For the show, the band will be featuring their new releases. Those wishing to attend the event can either do so in person or catch the show via the online live stream. The Bob Stump Band consists of Bob Stump on guitar, Ernie Sites on mandolin, and Roy Coates on double bass.

Bob Stump is an Americana musician raised in the suburbs of NYC. Although surrounded by urban rock music influences, Bob was always intrigued by the sounds of folk music. The artist resonated with the sounds of folk artists and began a musical career inspired by them. The troubadour performs solo and with his band at fairs, festivals, concerts, clubs, and live shows. In his early days, he won a few flatpick guitar contests and continues to burn it up on stage.  Recently, the artist has been gaining a lot of exposure and moving up the musical ladder. His song, “The Rain Came Down,” won first place for the instrumental category in The New England Song Contest. Known for his authentic sound, Bob has garnered raving reviews for his performances.

Ernie Sites of Wendell, Idaho is an honest-to-goodness ranch-raised former rodeo cowboy. He has traveled the nation with his songs, poems, stories, trick roping, and yodeling. Cowboy Ernie has recorded a slew of albums covering the gamut of western music. Ernie and Bob met a few years back and found a vast common ground in Bluegrass and Americana music. This ensemble is all about original music and they continue to go back to the roots of American music forms as a foundation to craft their own songs. Recently after a show, a fan commented, “It’s like Bill Monroe meets Roy Rogers on a fast train, then Doc Watson, Billy Strings, Jorma, and Ernest Tubb get on board.” 

Roy Coates has had a varied career as a professional musician since his early days. He has played tuba in Carnegie Hall, Yankee Stadium, Madison Square Garden, Broadway shows, and other renowned stages. He is a music teacher in public schools and owns a guitar studio teaching private lessons to young students. Recently, he was awarded the highest Meritorious Achievement medal from the New York State National Guard for producing and directing a remote concert aired at Yankee Stadium. Born and raised in North Carolina his roots have always taken him back to Bluegrass.  


Tickets for the show are $20 for General Admission and $10 for students and children. To purchase your ticket, please click here.

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