Gary Vider - $10 Thursday Series
Dates: 04-27-2017

Gary Vider - $10.00 Thursdays series

THE COMEDY WORKS - 388 BROADWAY - SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY

Thursday April 27th - 7:00pm 

TICKETS - $10.00 in advance, $10.00 day of show

Light fare menu & beverages available at your table


Appearing At:
The Comedy Works - Saratoga Springs, NY
Tickets: $10.00 In Advance, $10.00 Day of the Show
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Gary Vider & Jay LaFarr
Dates: 04-28-2017 - 04-29-2017

GARY VIDER & JAY LAFARR

THE COMEDY WORKS - 388 BROADWAY - SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY

Friday April 28th & Saturday April 29th - 7:30pm & 9:30pm each night (dinner & show packages available each night)

TICKETS - $15.00 in advance, $20.00 day of show

DINNER & SHOW PACKAGE - $39.95 in advance, $44.95 day of show

Dinner & Show package - seats at 6:00pm 

DINNER & SHOW PACKAGE GETS PRIOIRTY SEATING IN OUR SHOWROOM

Light fare menu & beverages available at your table


Appearing At:
The Comedy Works - Saratoga Springs, NY
Tickets: $15.00 In Advance, $20.00 Day of the Show
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UNCOMMON SOUNDS at The Newberry Music Hall
Dates: 04-29-2017

UNCOMMON SOUNDS @ The Newberry Music Hall

Saturday April 29th, 2017 - Doors at 8pm - Show at 9pm

Tickets - $8.00 in advance, $10.00 at the door

This is a 21+ event

Featuring:  Tambourelli & Her Super Trips  -  Paradox Saints  -  DJ Milkdud   -   Galaxy Overdrive


Appearing At:
Newberry Music Hall
Tickets: $8.00 In Advance, $10.00 Day of the Show
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Aloha Comedy Club presents STEVE CAOUETTE
Dates: 04-29-2017

Steve Caouette & Guests

Saturday April 29th - 8:00pm

Honoka'a People's Theatre

Tickets $10.00 in advance, $15.00 day of show

 


Appearing At:
Honokaa Peoples Theater
Tickets: $10.00 In Advance, $15.00 Day of the Show
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Earl David Reed - $10 Thursdays series
Dates: 05-04-2017

Earl David Reed - $10.00 Thursdays series

THE COMEDY WORKS - 388 BROADWAY - SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY

Thursday May 4th - 7:00pm 

TICKETS - $10.00 in advance, $10.00 day of show

Light fare menu & beverages available at your table


Appearing At:
The Comedy Works - Saratoga Springs, NY
Tickets: $10.00 In Advance, $10.00 Day of the Show
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Earl David Reed & Guests
Dates: 05-05-2017 - 05-06-2017

Earl David Reed & Guests

THE COMEDY WORKS - 388 BROADWAY - SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY

Friday May 5th & Saturday May 6th - 7:30pm & 9:30pm each night (dinner & show packages available each night)

TICKETS - $15.00 in advance, $20.00 day of show

DINNER & SHOW PACKAGE - $39.95 in advance, $44.95 day of show

Dinner & Show package - seats at 6:00pm 

DINNER & SHOW PACKAGE GETS PRIOIRTY SEATING IN OUR SHOWROOM

Light fare menu & beverages available at your table


Appearing At:
The Comedy Works - Saratoga Springs, NY
Tickets: $15.00 In Advance, $20.00 Day of the Show
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Nathan Macintosh & Rob Ryan - $10 Thursdays series
Dates: 05-11-2017

Nathan Macintosh & Rob Ryan - $10.00 Thursdays series

THE COMEDY WORKS - 388 BROADWAY - SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY

Thursday May 11th - 7:00pm 

TICKETS - $10.00 in advance, $10.00 day of show

Light fare menu & beverages available at your table


Appearing At:
The Comedy Works - Saratoga Springs, NY
Tickets: $10.00 In Advance, $10.00 Day of the Show
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Nathan Macintosh & Rob Ryan
Dates: 05-12-2017 - 05-13-2017

TWO HEADLINERS - Nathan Macintosh & Rob Ryan

THE COMEDY WORKS - 388 BROADWAY - SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY

Friday May 12th & Saturday May 13th - 7:30pm & 9:30pm each night (dinner & show packages available each night)

TICKETS - $15.00 in advance, $20.00 day of show

DINNER & SHOW PACKAGE - $39.95 in advance, $44.95 day of show

Dinner & Show package - seats at 6:00pm 

DINNER & SHOW PACKAGE GETS PRIOIRTY SEATING IN OUR SHOWROOM

Light fare menu & beverages available at your table


Appearing At:
The Comedy Works - Saratoga Springs, NY
Tickets: $15.00 In Advance, $20.00 Day of the Show
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Parsonfield & Animal Years at The Newberry
Dates: 05-13-2017

PARSONFIELD with ANIMAL YEARS

SATURDAY MAY 13th at The Newberry Music Hall

Doors open at 8:00pm - Music at 9:00pm

Tickets - $10.00 in advance, $12.00 day of show

21+ full bar & light fare menu available

 

PARSONFIELD

May 6, 2015: Day One in the abandoned axe factory hadn't gone as planned, so today is the first time the five members of Parsonsfield will actually get to make music here. They'd been looking forward to converting this cavernous industrial space on the banks of the Farmington River in Collinsville, CT, ever since singer/banjo player Chris Freeman, who grew up nearby, brought it to their attention. The idea of recording in such a reverberant, reactive space held great appeal after the past six months spent in Canada exclusively performing their critically acclaimed original songs for 'The Heart Of Robin Hood,' a musical that required them to wear in-ear monitors for eight shows a week in theaters designed to be sonically dead.

They've got their amps and PA plugged in now, and there's a faint layer of sawdust on top of all the gear. It's nothing compared to yesterday, when they opened the doors for the first time and discovered sawdust an inch thick coating every imaginable surface. It was so bad they had to purchase respirators and devote the entire day to sweeping and vacuuming, trying to outwit the neighbor's overzealous guard dog every time they came and went from the building. The whole process left so much dust still floating in the air that every time they take a break, another layer settles back down to earth, but at least they can comfortably breathe now.

Above them, a cyclist crosses the rickety bridge over the river, making a distinctive clatter as the wheels hit a particularly loose plank. It's time to begin 'Blooming Through The Black.'

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Though they call western Massachusetts home, Parsonsfield draws their name from the rural Maine town that's home to the Great North Sound Society, the farmhouse-turned- recording-studio of Josh Ritter keyboardist/producer Sam Kassirer. It was there that they cut their outstanding debut, 'Poor Old Shine,' which established them as a roots force to be reckoned with. Folk Alley dubbed their songs "the most jubilant and danceable indie roots music this side of the Carolinas." Their rowdy live performances only upped the ante, with The Bluegrass Situation falling for their "fun and frenzy" and No Depression raving that they'll "give you rich five-part harmonies one minute, sound like bluegrass on steroids the next, and then rock you over the head with unbearably

cool and raucous Celtic rhythms."

It was only natural, then, that they called on Kassirer once again for their follow-up, 'Blooming Through The Black,' enlisting his engineering and production ingenuity to help convert the axe factory into a temporary recording studio. In addition to placing microphones on each instrument, Kassirer set up additional mics throughout the factory just to capture the feel of the enormous space, which itself became another instrument in the band's already-impressive repertoire.

Parsonsfield spent nearly six months writing and rehearsing in the factory, discovering that song ideas that had begun life in Canada radically transformed in their new home. The space demanded understatement and subtlety to balance out the band's exuberance and energy, and by the time they were ready to hit record, they were sitting on a collection chock full of the most infectious, emotionally mature songs of their career.

 

'Blooming Through The Black' opens with 'Stronger,' a slow-burner that begins as an acoustic folk number and builds to an electrified tumult. It's a showcase for their instrumental prowess, lyrical chops, and unbridled passion, and it's just the start. The title track—inspired by the sight of the first flowers growing back in the forest fire- charred landscape of Hell Canyon, South Dakota—finds Freeman blending punk energy with earnest sincerity in his delivery, while "Across Your Mind" rides a feel-good groove driven by bassist Harrison Goodale and drummer Erik Hischman, and "Water Through A Mill" ebbs and flows like a solemn hymn on top of Max Shakun's meditative pump organ.

As the band explored the quirks and eccentricities of the factory, unexpected sounds and moments sometimes became permanent fixtures of the songs, but a particularly happy accident occurred outside the studio entirely, when Shakun called mandolin player Antonio Alcorn for help setting up his new record player. Upon dropping the needle somewhere in the middle of a copy of 'Poor Old Shine,' they discovered it was spinning backwards, but the melody coming out of the speakers was perhaps even more of an infectious earworm than it was when played forward. They brought the new riff to the rest of the band, where it morphed into "The Ties That Bind Us," a stand-out foot-stomper and a highlight of their live show.

Catch Parsonsfield onstage any night and the band's joy is palpable. They trade instruments, share microphones, and shoot each other big grins. They sing in tight multi-part harmonies, their voices blending like they've been doing this together all their lives. That's because Parsonsfield is a family band, not by birth but by choice. And with an album this thrilling, it's only a matter of time before you share their same enthusiasm.

Listen closely at the top of "Don't Get Excited" and you'll hear the clatter of a cyclist crossing the rickety bridge over the river. That's the sound of Parsonsfield inviting you into the axe factory. It's time to begin 'Blooming Through The Black.' Good luck not getting excited.

 

 

 

ANIMAL YEARS -

"Mark my words, you will be singing these tracks after only one round through this album." - VIOLENT SUCCESS

Brooklyn’s Animal Years bring a fresh face to Americana Rock. With influences ranging from early Kings of Leon, My Morning Jacket, Young The Giant, The Avett Brothers, Animal Years is driven by Mike McFadden’s crisp vocals and magnetic poise, featured on their debut record, Sun Will Rise, released on May 6th, 2014. They are currently in the studio with Ryan Hadlock who produced platinum selling album The Lumineers and will be releasing their next full length in 2017.

Mike McFadden (lead vocals, guitar, and banjo) is backed by Anthony Saladino (bass) and Anthony Spinnato (drums). Since the band formed in 2013, they've sold out shows at esteemed venues like Gramercy Theatre, Brooklyn Bowl (NY) and LA's Hotel Cafe, and have opened for major headlining acts including Bronze Radio Return and Robert Randolph and the Family Band. In 2014, the band's music video for "Forget What They're Telling You," which featured Bailey Noble of HBO's "True Blood," was premiered by Conan O'Brien's blog Team Coco.

Free-wheeling, feel-good melodies and smooth ringing guitars shine on Sun Will Rise. From the glorious opening track and first single, “Meet Me” to rockabilly closer, “Walking Slow,” the quartet delivers indie rock with grace. Title track “Sun Will Rise” blossoms with country/folk tinges, and dancy “Forget What They’re Telling You” crescendos with impassioned vocals and guitar strums. Sun Will Rise showcases the delicacy and introspection behind songwriting and draws on the strengths of McFadden’s seasoned voice and multi-instrumental abilities. 

 

 

 


Appearing At:
Newberry Music Hall
Tickets: $10.00 In Advance, $12.00 Day of the Show
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SHUT THE BRUNCH UP w/Nancy Timpanaro Hogan
Dates: 05-14-2017 - 06-11-2017

SHUT THE BRUNCH UP!

Starring Nancy Timpanaro-Hogan

Shows one Sunday per month at The Comedy Works - 388 Broadway - Saratoga Springs, NY!  

Seating at 1:30pm

SHOW DATES:  January 29th, February 19th, March 19th, April 23rd, May 14th, & June 11th

TICKETS:  $39.95 and INCLUDE choice of Smoked Salmon Rosette Over Poached Eggs w/Hollandaise Sauce OR The Newberry Monte Cristo: Ham, Turkey & Swiss Cheese on French Toast.

SPECIALTY DRINKS (not included):  Full bar service available for each show including Tito's Bloody Marys, Mimosas, Pomegranite Martinis and Peach Mojitos.

 

  NANCY TIMPANARO-HOGAN ... NYC's award-winning cabaret artist, along with Musical Director, JOHN MCMAHON star in a rollicking new monthly Sunday Brunch:  "Shut the Brunch Up"!

  The show is topical and celebrates the American Standard Songbook, as well as sensational songs of the 60's, and a mixed-bag of Broadway show tunes, pop, blues and Jazz! 

  You'll never know what's in store for you, but one things for sure -- it will be a fun and festive way to spend a Sunday afternoon!   

  Nancy's incandescent personality can light up a stage.  She is a performer whose extraordinary talent can not only reach an audience, but can powerfully connect with them creating a highly personal experience.  Audiences have howled at Nancy's witty playful humor, her oversized personality, and her remarkable ability to come out into the crowd and connect with each person there.  Nancy and John feed off that audience interaction.  

  "Shut The Brunch Up! promises to be a fabulously fun and entertaining afternoon for everyone!!!!


 


Appearing At:
The Comedy Works - Saratoga Springs, NY
Tickets: $39.95 In Advance, $39.95 Day of the Show
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