Calendar of Events
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TUESDAY-SATURDAY Happy Hour 4pm-8pm with $2 Yuenglings, and $4 cosmos/lychee martinis/bloody marys. All night on Thursdays.
TUESDAYS = $3 Guinness pints & cheap Irish whiskey.
WEDNESDAYS = Locavore Night with rotating NYS beers, plus farm-to-table cocktails.
THURSDAYS = Happy Hour all night
FRIDAYS = live string bands and $2.50 drunken dogs with homemade ketchup, mustard and relish. No cover.
SUNDAYS = Brunch early, live music later, $6 pizzas and Champagne Cocktails. No cover.

- April -


Johnny Dowd with special guest Anna Coogan

Johnny Dowd with special guest Anna Coogan

Date: Sunday, April 20th, 2014
Time: 7pm
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Genre: rock americana punk
Price: FREE

Johnny Dowd is the white dolamite, living the life most men only dream about. Poetry meets guitar meets one man's infinite soul. A legend. An icon. And then some.


Lap Giraffe

Lap Giraffe

Date: Friday, April 25th, 2014
Time: 5:30pm-8:30pm
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Genre: jazz
Price: FREE

Hailing from Rochester, NY, Lap Giraffe's sound is a fusion of hiphop/jazz/funk/dance/downtempo, spreading good vibes to all who choose to lend them a listen.


Middaugh, Stark, Dozoretz, & Wilson

Middaugh, Stark, Dozoretz, & Wilson

Date: Sunday, April 27th, 2014
Time: 7pm
Genre: jazz
Price: FREE

From Billie Holiday to Bjork, Jen Middaugh (Sim Redmond Band), Michael Stark, Brian Dozoretz and Brian Wilson promise an evening of interpretations of songs spanning from the 30's to now. Mixing up a little something old, something new, alot borrowed and even more blue. Some you may recognize and some you may discover for the first time. Take a journey through song.

- May -


Bernie Upson Trio

Bernie Upson Trio

Date: Friday, May 2nd, 2014
Time: 5:30pm-8:30pm
Genre: jazz
Price: FREE

Some of the most amazing jazz in Ithaca! Harlem native Bernie Upson has played upright bass professionally since the late 1950's. His activities included Apollo appearances with such diverse artists as Marvin Gaye and Richie Havens and tours across Africa and Europe with Illinois Jacquet and the Mamma Lue Parks Dancers.


Writers' Cafe: Local Authors Read

Writers' Cafe: Local Authors Read

Date: Saturday, May 3rd, 2014
Time: 5:30pm-7pm
Genre: readings by local authors
Price: FREE

Local writers will read short pieces, including fiction, and non-fiction, exploring this year's theme, Adolescent Angst. Among others, featured authors will include Amelia Sauter (local cocktail and culinary writer), Laura Reid (teacher and writer), and Laurel Lathrop (Cornell MFA). Felicia's will offer a specialty menu of writers' cocktails for the event including the Hemingway Daiquiri, The London, and the Gertrude Stein.


Not From Wisconsin

Not From Wisconsin

Date: Sunday, May 4th, 2014
Time: 7pm
Website: Click Here
Genre: IndieFolkAltCountryPop
Price: FREE

Dave Yantorno performs catchy music that falls somewhere between Alt Country and Indie Rock, with influence pulled from all types of American music. Brett Powell on drums, Angela Comprone on fiddle, and a new bass player. www.notfromwisconsin.com.


Long John & The Tights

Long John & The Tights

Date: Friday, May 9th, 2014
Time: 5:30pm-8:30pm
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Genre: old time
Price: FREE

The string band with a leg up on old time music! LJT plays southern Appalachian mountain music from around 1920 - 1940, mixing in Celtic, bluegrass, and northern square & contra-dance music. John Hoffmann plays fiddle with Stefan Senders on 5-string banjo, Randi Beckmann on piano, Jim Reidy on banjo uke, and Sally Freund on upright bass.


Common Railers

Common Railers

Date: Friday, May 16th, 2014
Time: 5:30pm-8:30pm
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Genre: country/blues/pop/rock
Price: FREE

The Common Railers sound ranges from more traditional folk and bluegrass, to singer-songwriter, pop and americana. Songwriting is shared by guitarist Peter Glanville and mandolin, banjo and accordion player Gordon Rowland, who often collaborate on the band's original material. Upright bassist Mike Costello and drummer Shane Hartman add intricate grooves to the bands original material.


The Andersons and the Realbads

The Andersons and the Realbads

Date: Sunday, May 18th, 2014
Time: 7pm-9pm
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Genre: indie folk country
Price: FREE

The Andersons is a 4 piece indie folk-country band. Their sound is sometimes quaint and dark, with an electric edge, haunting vocal harmonies, and charging beat. http://sonicbids.com/theandersons The Realbads play Real bad country tinged rock + roll drawing heavy spiritual inspiration from the Louvin Brothers and Star Trek. https://dixieloutherealbads.bandcamp.com/


Souk: Middle Eastern Grooves

Souk: Middle Eastern Grooves

Date: Friday, May 23rd, 2014
Time: 5:30pm-8:30pm
Website: Click Here
Genre: Arabic, Turkish, Persian
Price: FREE

SOUK performs a delicious blend of traditional music from around the Middle East. Their name is the Arabic word for market, Souk (also Souq or Suq; pronounced -sook-). Souk is Nikolai Ruskin with fellow musicians Jesse Koennecke, Joseph Prusch, and Dara Anissi, who have been performing together for nearly a decade. Their music includes a variety of styles primarily from Arabic and Turkish music, and focuses on Maqam and Iqa, the scales and rhythms that define these traditions. Souk also includes music from areas which have common roots in the Maqam system, such as Greek and Persian music.


Amanda Lee Peers

Amanda Lee Peers

Date: Sunday, May 25th, 2014
Time: 7pm
Website: Click Here
Genre: pop, rock, soul
Price: FREE

Amanda Lee Peers is a singer-songwriter from Rochester, NY who sings with rivers of raw emotion and soul that traverse genres of pop, rock, soul, and everything in between. Take a scoop of Amy Winehouse, pack it in a Delta Blues cone, and drizzle it with some Bob Marley swagger and you'll get a taste of what you can expect from this up-and-coming artist. Winner of two local competitions, she has played The Lilac Festival, Greentopia, and Party in the Park where opened for Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers. In 2012, she released an album titled White Horses & Black Jeans with the band The Driftwood Sailors and is currently working on a solo album.


Goatboy

Goatboy

Date: Friday, May 30th, 2014
Time: 7pm-9pm
Website: Click Here
Genre: fiddle tunes and more
Price: FREE

Judy Hyman (fiddle), Richie Stearns (banjo), Jeff Claus (banjo uke), Steve Selin (fiddle), Ben Gould (upright bass)


 



 

 

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