Mondays are Super Dark at Desperate Annie’s

SARATOGA SPRINGS – On October 16th, William Hale, the master of heavy psych-folk hailing from Glens Falls, takes the spotlight as the headliner of Super Dark Monday at Desperate Annie’s in Saratoga. This exciting night will also feature a stellar lineup of diverse local talent, ensuring thrilling musical experiences.

Hale is set to open the show and enchant listeners with the mesmerizing sounds of psych-folk. With roots deep in the scenic Glens Falls region, Hale’s music is sonically folk-based, but he offers a deeper sound that transcends boundaries and genres.

Following Hale will be Haunted Cat, a dynamic group hailing from Albany, that will bring a fusion of glam rock and punk to the stage. The quartet delivers high-energy performances that keep their audiences on the edge of their toes. The experimental rock group, Jobs, will serve as the third act of the night. A trailblazing force in the realm of experimental rock, Jobs promises to deliver a sonic journey that defies convention and a journey to uncharted musical territories. Closing out the evening will be Headless Relatives. From the vibrant city of Troy, Headless Relatives brings a unique blend of dark indie rock to the eclectic lineup.

As always, Super Dark Mondays are organized by Super Dark Collective and are entirely free. This show will take place on October 16th at Desperate Annie’s (12-14 Caroline St. Saratoga Springs, NY 12866). Music can be enjoyed from 9:30 – 11:30 p.m. For more information visit

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