The Resonant Rogues

The Resonant Rogues craft fresh songs from a variety of vintage folk styles, featuring vocal harmonies accompanied by accordion, guitar, banjo, fiddle, and upright bass.  With a passion for folk music that spans continents and oceans, the band is led by partners Sparrow and Keith J. Smith.  The pair met in Asheville in the Autumn of 2012, and their instant spark lit a blaze that could not be contained. Since then, they have dedicated their lives to crafting and sharing their music, touring extensively around the world. The Rogues weave the threads of European, Middle Eastern, and American folk music together into a beautiful tapestry that simultaneously showcases tradition and innovation.


Fri, June 5th

Show  7:30 PM


$25 Advance, $30 Day of Show

Paul Rishell & Annie Raines

For 25 years Paul Rishell & Annie Raines have been hailed as one of the world’s best blues duos. They have recorded 6 albums together including the W.C. Handy Award-winning Moving to the Country (2000), and received numerous award nominations from the Blues Foundation. They have performed and recorded with John Sebastian, Susan Tedeschi, Pinetop Perkins and Rory Block.


Sat, June 6th

Show  7:30 PM


$30 Advance, $40 Day of Show

JP Harris And The Tough Choices

In today’s musical culture, the word “authenticity” has pretty much lost all meaning. What used to represent something bona fide and true is now just watered-down marketing speak, stamped onto press releases without a second thought.

Born in Montgomery, Alabama in 1983, JP Harris doesn’t fancy himself so much a musician as he does a carpenter who writes country songs. After finishing the eighth grade, he boarded a Greyhound in the middle of an early summer night, and scarcely looked back.

He traveled the country, often alone, hitchhiking and hopping freight trains while making his living as a farm laborer, shepherd, woodsman, and carpenter, among many other titles.

Still an in-demand carpenter to this day, Harris has been writing and performing country music for nearly a decade now, releasing his debut album, I’ll Keep Calling, in 2012. He followed that album with Home Is Where the Hurt Is in 2014, which only saw his star rise both among country fans and critics at major outlets like Rolling Stone. JP was also referenced by Eagles front man Don Henley in a 2015 interview with Hey Reverb as making “thoughtful, authentic music.”


Tues, June 9th

Show  7:30 PM


$20 Advance, $25 Day of Show

Trudy Lynn

Since joining forces with harmonica wizard Steve Krase and the Connor Ray Music label in 2014, Lynn has played curator for herself. She has been written her own songs that blend nicely with the vintage songs. The songs are mostly about good times and bad men. "Each one of these songs means something to me," she says. "I truly understand something about each one of them." Her debut release on Connor Ray Music Royal Oaks Blues Café reached # 1 on The Billboard Blues Charts in 2014 and the 2015 release of Everything Comes With a A Price was 4 months on the Living Blues Charts. Her latest album, I'll Sing The Blues For You, released in 2016, peaked at #6 on the Billboard Blues charts.


Fri, June 12th

Show  7:30 PM


$32 Advance, $40 Day of Show

The Bennett Brothers • Selwyn Birchwood

The Bennett Brothers, Jimmy & Peter Bennett, born and raised in the South West corner of Bay Ridge Brooklyn by the Verrazano Bridge, have had the honor to perform alongside greats like Levon Helm, Garth Hudson, B.B. King, Bo Diddley, Rick Danko and many more. After years of making music together one thing led to another and Levon Helm started inviting Jimmy and Peter to his home in Woodstock to make some music. 

Selwyn Birchwood​

With his fiery guitar and lap steel playing, his trailblazing, instantly memorable songs and gritty, unvarnished vocals, Selwyn Birchwood is among the most extraordinary young stars in the blues. His deep familiarity with blues tradition allows him to bust the genre wide open, adding new sounds, colors and textures, all delivered with a revival tent preacher's fervor and a natural storyteller's charisma.


Sat, June 13th

Show  7:30 PM


$30 Advance, $40 Day of Show

The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band

Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band has built its reputation the long, slow, hard way. After 12 years of playing as many as 300 shows each year, Rev. Peyton, the world’s foremost country blues finger-style picker, along with the biggest little band in the country has pieced together one of the most dedicated followings out there. This following is sure to eat up the band’s latest offering, Poor Until Payday, (the second on their own Family Owned Records label through hip Nashville indie Thirty Tigers) out October 5th, a country blues record that was made the right way — two feet on the ground and both hands getting dirty.


Wed, June 17th

Show  7:30 PM


$32 Advance, $37 Day of Show

Dave Keller Band

Dave Keller is an award-winning, triple-threat: an outstanding singer, an intense guitarist and a talented songwriter. Fueled by his love of deep Southern soul and blues music, his performances ring out with passion, integrity, and an ability to break down the barriers between performer and audience.


Ever since renowned guitarist Ronnie Earl chose Dave Keller to sing on his album Living In The Light, Keller's star has been on the rise. In just a few short years, Keller has been nominated for a Blues Music Award for Best Soul/Blues Album, won the International Blues Challenge Best Self-Released CD Award, and been chosen for Downbeat's Best Recordings of the Year.

Thur, June 18th

Show  7:30 PM


$20.00 Advance, $25.00 Day of Show

Vic Donna Group

Acapella Doo Wop


Fri, June 19th

Show  7:30 PM


$25 Advance, $30 Day of Show

Bell Bottom Blues

A Tribute to Eric Clapton

The Bell Bottom Blues is a tribute to Eric Clapton's work in bands like Cream, Blind Faith, Derek & the Dominos, and the Beatles, as well as the many classic hits of his solo career.


Because of the passion and talent of each member, the band is able to recapture Clapton's sound throughout his legendary career. Their goal is to provide our audience with an authentic re-creation of Clapton's music at every show.


Sat, June 20th

Show  7:30 PM


$32 Advance, $37 Day of Show

The Grip Weeds

A veteran powerhouse pop-psyche band extraordinaire who write insanely gripping melodic nuggets- a gorgeous alchemy of the 60's and 70's brought into the 21st century, with ripping guitars, explosive drumming and golden harmonies. The Grip Weeds’ record releases have encompassed many different styles of original material, from Psychedelic Pop and Garage Rock to Folk-based ballads and thought-provoking social commentary. This diversity has landed several Grip Weeds songs on the top of the Little Steven’s Underground Garage "Coolest Song In The World” list, as well as placed them in several television and film projects.


Fri, June 26th

Show  7:30 PM


$25 Advance, $30 Day of Show


Opening- The Chardonairs

“Heavy guitar riffs and smooth solos normally relate to the style of rock bands from the 1970s such as AC/DC, Black Sabbath and The Doors; however, New Jersey rock band Ripped hopes to bring that style back to the modern era. Created nearly 25 years ago by guitarist Steve Keller, Ripped has gone through many challenges over time and two years ago, resurrected with a new group, keeping in mind the heavy music that inspired the band in the first place. “I guess we’re pretty much in the style of classic rock,” said Sroczynski, who joined the band two years ago after Keller wanted a vocalist on a few tracks. When Sroczynski joined the band, he knew that it just had a good chemistry and could be successful. "In the studio when you’re making new music and it’s all fresh and it sounds great and everything’s coming together, you think to yourself, ‘This could really work. Sroczynski and the rest of the band show an appreciation for everyone.

Anthony J. Machcinski - The Observer


Sat, June 27th

Show  7:30 PM


$25 Advance, $30 Day of Show

Ghost Town Blues Band

"With a shoot-from-the-hip Memphis attitude, and a STAX-busting explosion of modern blues vision, GTBB represents a welcome changing of the guard."  

-Living Blues Magazine 

Horns, harmonies and homegrown instruments combined with an energetic and roots rich festival set makes Ghost Town Blues Band one of the “must see live bands on the festival scene today.” Both Andrew McNeill behind the drums and Matt Karner on the bass guitar are a punishing rhythm section behind multi-instrumentalist/frontman Matt Isbell with raunchy cigar box guitar licks and raspy "Dr. John-like, whiskey and gravel-soaked vocals." With the addition of Trombonist Suavo Jones, Cedric Taylor on B3 and Taylor Orr on lead guitar, the grooves go from fresh to funky as the band gains more notoriety in the blues festival and jam circuit.


Sun, June 28th

Show  7:00 PM


$25 Advance, $35 Day of Show

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