Cancelled - Foghorn Stringband
April 04, 1995
This event was scheduled for Apr 4, 2015 8:00pm, and this listing has been sent back in time for eventual reuse.
at The Rosendale Cafe
John Abercrombie Trio
January 01, 2000
Abercrombie on guitar, Bob Meyer on drums and cymbals, and Rusty Holloway on bass.
Over a career spanning more than 40 years and nearly 50 albums, John Abercrombie has established himself as one the masters of jazz guitar. Favoring unusual sounds (he played electronic mandolin on McCoy Tyner’s 1993 album 4×4) and nontraditional ensembles (recent quartet recordings have included violinist Mark Feldman), Abercrombie is a restless experimenter, working firmly in the jazz tradition while pushing the boundaries of meter and harmony.”
Abercrombie keeps up a heavy touring schedule and records with ECM Records, a relationship that has spanned more than 30 years. As he told one interviewer, “I’d like people to perceive me as having a direct connection to the history of jazz guitar, while expanding some musical boundaries.” That, no doubt, will be his legacy.
“These guys cook, smoke, and sizzle, without breaking a sweat… It’s what improvised music is in 2013.” –Cafe Guide
Photo credit: (c) 2015 Bob Meyer Photos.
Joe Giardullo, soprano saxophone; Lewis Porter, piano
June 19, 2004
Noted pianist, author, educator Lewis Porter and saxophonist Joe Giardullo team up to Play The Book !- Inside the Jazz Tradition. The music of Monk, Mingus, Miles, Coltrane and some not-so-standard standards from the great American songbook.
Project for Democracy Rosendale presents a Gala Ball and Political Limerick Contest
June 24, 2004
Dust off your gown, tux, or whatever you wear when you go dancing. Sharpen your political wit and write a limerick about anyone of your favorite fachists in the White House. Money to benefit MoveOn.org Featuring the Barbara Dempsey Band.at The Rosendale Cafe
Matthew Finck Trio
June 25, 2004
Featuring Matthew Finck on Guitar, David Berkman on Organ and Mike Nappi on Drums. In support of Matthew’s debut recording release, Gentle Soul, the trio will be performing all of the originals from the release and some funky arrangements of some standards.
“This is a very well-done…attractive, facile organ trio. One that can hold it’s own with almost any other on the planet.” -Roswell Ruddat The Rosendale Cafe
Mikhail Horowitz, Gilles Malkine
June 26, 2004
Stand-up plagiarist Mikhail Horowitz and acoustic lunatic Gilles Malkine have been performing together since 1989. They recycle literary classics, adapting them to blues, bop, hip-hop, high-tech hillbilly, and other, even scruffier musical idioms, and spoof or backhanded homage to various subgenres of traditional American folk music.at The Rosendale Cafe
Cafe Gallery for July: Tom Sarrantonio
July 01, 2004 - July 31, 2004
Paintingsat The Rosendale Cafe
July 02, 2004
“Probably the best country blues guitar man on either side of the Mississippi.” –Cafe Guideat The Rosendale Cafe
Pete Yellin and Jay Clayton Trio
July 03, 2004
Two great voices meet, Pete Yellin’s Alto Sax shares the airways with the peerless voice of Jay Clayton, along with Kirk Nurock a super talented composer and pianist. An evening of classic tunes and hot improvising.
July 09, 2004
Charismatic 4 piece string band from Kansas, MO., playing old time country music with guitar, fiddle, banjo, dobro, bass fiddle, mandolin, and vocals.
“…it took only one performance in the stage area for everyone to pick up on The Wilders. I love this group from Kansas City. They were received with wild enthusiasm for their lively performance and complete mastery of their style which covers old time string band music and 30’s and 40’s honky tonk. What about that fiddlin’ Betse Ellis…” –Walnut Valley Associationat The Rosendale Cafe
Sax Life Quartet
July 10, 2004
Bob Shaut, alto and soprano sax, and arranger; Dan Shaut, alto & baritone sax; Ed Summerlin, tenor sax; Ed Xiques, baritone sax & bass clarinet.
“Take the best horn section out of the best big band and turn them lose as a quartet…that’s what Sax Life is about.” –Cafe Guideat The Rosendale Cafe
July 17, 2004
Cafe will be closed for the entire day. Sorry for any inconvenience.at The Rosendale Cafe
Susan Alcorn, Pedal steel guitar virtuoso (Houston) and soprano saxophonist Joe Giardullo
July 23, 2004
Strange Lights over Mexico City. Susan and Joe will play music from their duo recording, being done that same week in Shokan. It’s Astor Piazzola and Sun Ra meets Wayne Shorter in Laredo; songs- known and unknown!
“a heady mixture of outside & in, experimentation & tradition, technique & imagination” BBC London
“Very special” Down Beat
Big Joe Fitz meets Jumpin' Jack
July 24, 2004
Piano man and songwriter Jumpin’ Jack Strobel has been called “a master of relaxed urbane swinging Blues” by Blues Revue Magazine. His sound contains echoes of the masters such as Charles Brown and Otis Spann. His debut CD on Backbender Records: Rhumba Lee was cited on several “Best of The Blues” lists in 2003. Big Joe Fitz has been the voice of The Blues in the Hudson Valley for the past 20 years (The Blues Break WDST). Big Joe Fitz is a singer of uncommon sensitivity and has few peers when it comes to soulful interpretations of Blues Ballads or slow cooked snaky grooves. With Chris Vitarello, guitar; Mike Lampe, bass. Expect a warm and engaging evening of sophisticated, swinging Blues, Old School Style.at The Rosendale Cafe
Erica Lindsey Quartet
July 31, 2004
Francesca Tanksley, piano; Otto Gardner, bass; Bob Braye, drums. Original Compositions by Erica Lindsay.
“Few musicians play the tenor with the passion, ecstasy, and drive Erica brings to her music.” –Cafe Guide
Cafe Gallery for August: Laurie Goodhart
August 01, 2004 - August 31, 2004
A Lot of Redat The Rosendale Cafe
Tennessee HeartStrings Band
August 06, 2004
Nashville based, all woman bluegrass band playing traditional and original music. Regulars at the Station Inn in Nashville, they’re coming north to win the hearts and minds of bluegrass fans.
“These ladies dominate the bluegrass tradition, hard as driven nails, smooth as silk, and sweet as fresh plucked honey comb.” –Cafe Guideat The Rosendale Cafe
Rosendale Street Festival
August 08, 2004
The annual celebration of arts and music in our town. The Cafe will be serving delicious food outside during the festival.
Although there will be no dinner or performance inside the cafe, we have a festival menu outside and the festival itself includes almost 70 bands and performers playing throughout the weekend, some playing at the “Cafe Stage” next to us.
We’re serving food outside on both days, for the entire street festival. We will continue serving outside after 6:00pm on Sunday until all have eaten and are satisfied.
Outside Menu includes Mission Burritos, Taco Salads, cups of chili, salad, tuna wrap, hummus wrap, turkey dogs, veggie dogs, smart water, and 3 micro brews from a beer truck.
See the Street Festival’s web site for complete details about the rest of the event: http://RosendaleStreetFestival.com/at The Rosendale Cafe
Eric Person & Meta-Four
August 13, 2004
Eric Person-saxophones; John Esposito-piano; Kenny Davis-Bass; Peter O’Brien-Drums
“Showing a high degree of common purpose and mutual understanding, the band produces music that’s typically emphatic and often exploratory in nature while remaining fully accessible and always swinging.” Jazz Times
“Person…he is a major talent of his generation.” Allaboutjazz (Russ Musto)
Cafe Gallery for September: Cafe Workers Art Show
September 01, 2004 - September 30, 2004
Mixed Mediaat The Rosendale Cafe
Sandy Lomax, Vinnie Martucci, Steve Rust, Gene Randolph Quartet
September 11, 2004
Back from Chicago,Sandy Lomax sings for us again. Limited engagement-don’t miss her. Accompanied by some of the swingingest guys in the business. Hear what they’re hearing in Chicago.at The Rosendale Cafe
September 17, 2004
Two time 3rd place winner of National Fingerpicking Championshipat The Rosendale Cafe
September 18, 2004
Perry Robinson, Ed Schuller, Jeremy Steig
Charlie Knicely Quartet
September 24, 2004
Featuring: Charlie Knicely, bass; Bob Shaut, saxophones, Peter Levin, piano; Gene Randolph. And evening of all original jazz compositons, soon to become standards.at The Rosendale Cafe
Steve Gorn & Benjy Werthiemer
September 25, 2004
India and Beyond – ancient and new music for Bamboo flutes, tabla, esraj, clarinet played by the masters of music for the heart.at The Rosendale Cafe
Cafe Gallery for October: Susan Zimet
October 01, 2004 - October 31, 2004
Photographyat The Rosendale Cafe
Francesca Tanksley Trio
October 09, 2004
The Francesca Tanksley Trio will be featuring two of the world’s greatest musicians, bassist Reggie Workman (named a Living Legend in 1999 by the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, best known for his work with John Coltrane), and drummer Aaron Scott (drummer for McCoy Tyner 14 years). They will be performing new compositions composed by Francesca along with music from the Francesca Tanksley Trio’s debut CD, Journey. Come fly with this explosive group!at The Rosendale Cafe
October 16, 2004
They come out swinging! A lively mix of original songs, bluegrass, country, and swing standards. The band features Joan Harrison on lead vocals and banjo, Betsy Rome on guitar and vocals, Michael Sassano on mandolin and vocals, and Jack Murphy on bass and vocals.at The Rosendale Cafe
The Crooked Jades
October 22, 2004
Americana Old-Time Music, a San Francisco String Band.
“Old-Time is not a Crime” ï¿½The Crooked Jadesat The Rosendale Cafe
October 23, 2004
“Like New Castle Ale, he’s the One and Only.” –Cafe Guideat The Rosendale Cafe
Rosendale Project for Democracy Presents: Billionaires for Bush Bash
October 28, 2004
Come in Costumes. Music by Barbara Dempsey and the Blink Blinks. Open mic for ranting. Call for info: 845-658-8747 (Money goes to MoveOn.org)at The Rosendale Cafe
John Specker Band
October 30, 2004
Early American Fiddle Music.
“Specker is the Mick Jagger of Appalachian fiddle; his performance creates the kind of hysteria you see at rock concerts.” –Cafe Guideat The Rosendale Cafe
Cafe Gallery for November: Lora Shelley
November 01, 2004 - November 30, 2004
Paintingsat The Rosendale Cafe
Roy Book Binder
November 05, 2004
Premier ramblin’ blues man rolls into the valley for another loose, jangling, off the cuff, story tellin’, best pickin’ show; he sings too, kind of.at The Rosendale Cafe
The Barefoot Boys
November 06, 2004
“Timeless stories and songs played with expertise, feeling, and a sense of humor” -Taconic Press
“A cheerful blend of bluegrass and old-time music with tasty arrangements!” – Dirty Linen Magazineat The Rosendale Cafe
Sheila Jordan, Legendary Lady Jazz Singer with Cameron Brown, bassist of great proportions
November 13, 2004
“Playful interplay, humor, virtuosity, brilliance, characterizes this jazz duo…set musical stun guns on 10!” –Cafe Guide
Kelly Joe Phelps
November 17, 2004
Guitarist, writer, singer, musician’s musician, back in support of his new CD, Slingshot Professionals (Ryno Records)
“Soulful vocals and visionary lyrics filled with poignancy and passion that speaks to the spirit.” –Fleming Artistsat The Rosendale Cafe
Tin Hat Trio
November 19, 2004
“Charles Ives meets Gene Autrey in Cairo.” –Cafe Guideat The Rosendale Cafe
November 27, 2004
Joe is just back from his 4th European tour this year, this time playing solo soprano sax in Poland. He brings a quartet to the Cafe, featuring guitarist Rich Rosenthal, along with drummer Harvey Sorgen and a special surprise guest on bass. The music is Lacy, Ellington, Monk, Jelly Roll Morton, Ornette, Miles , Coltrane and, of course, Giardullo.
“He consistently glistens!” –All About Jazz Los Angelesat The Rosendale Cafe
December 03, 2004
Reggie Workman Presents Statements: Gerry Hemingway, drums; Yayoi Ikawa, piano; Lenart Krecic, reeds; Igor Bezget, guitar; Reggie Workman, bass.
“Reggie is one of the greatest musicians/bassists on the planet…don’t miss him with this who’s who in jazz ensemble.” –Cafe Guideat The Rosendale Cafe
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