Knot Dead plays the music of the Grateful Dead. Here's where you can get a listen.
Old school rock'n'roll that absolutely kicks butt. Don't believe us? Check this out.
The Hallertau Band got there name from the name of a type of hops used in brewing beer. This gives you an insight into the kind of band this is. Here's where to get a taste of what they play. This is going to be a hoppin' good time!
A cool jam band that plays Allman Brothers, the Dead and more. Here's a taste.
Rhett Tyler was induted in 2011 Blues Hall of Fame as a "master blues artist from New York." Here is a cut of Rhett playing "Run" at the Town Crier in Pawling, NY.
This five-piece indie band from Albany is making a name for itself as they promote their newest album, "Tall Tales." For more information, please go here.
The Michael Louis Band plays "bad-ass, blues-infused rock'n'roll," Unsure what that is? You can find out by going here and giving a listen.
Scotty Mac and the Rockin Bonneville’s earned a reputation as one of New York State's premier Blues/Roots Acts from the late 90s into the new millennium with their high energy performances and comedic stage banter.
A seven-piece hip-hop/pop/soul powerhouse. For more information on MIRK, go here.
Wild Adriatric says on their website that they are "a band of four friends seeking to carry forth the torch of timeless rock n roll infused with tons of soul, captivating guitar work, and an impressive live show. " Here's the video for their original song "The Spark." Check out the video and then come down and check out this great band.
Jacamo is the Capital Region's top funk band. The four veteran musicians get their inspiration from the music of the Meters, Neville Brothers, Parlaiment/Funkadelic, James Brown and Marvin Gaye. Here is where to find out more.
Crazy Head Maize is a high-energy band playing songs from bands such as Green Day, Jason Adams, Gin Blossoms, Weezer and more. Check them out here.
Emerald City is the longest running band in the Great Northeast. Comprised of some of the most well respected musicians in the Capital area, this group of local legends, together for almost four decades, continues to be the standard for classic rock bands in the area. With an unmatched,three guitar tandem, spot on vocal harmonies, and a driving rhythm section, Emerald City continues to push the envelope, with their diverse set list and talent.
Do you want some blues? Come down tonight for the Jimy Graham Band for a taste of the real deal.
Sly Fox and the Hustlers are a great band and rock the Dinosaur every time they have been here. If you haven't seen them, this is the perfect night.