Rustic Barn Pub

Troy, NY: Restaurant, Live Music Venue & Open Mic!

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  • Thursday, October 18, 2018

    Open Mic with Brian Kane

    Open Mic with Brian Kane

    8pm
    Voted one of the best Open Mics in the Capital Region! Full drum kit, lights and sound provided. All skill levels welcome. We have a different guest host every week so its always different and fun. You never know who will show up, so grab your instruments and come jam! Every Thursday night at 8pm!

  • Friday, October 19, 2018

    The Lustre Kings WSG Cindy Cashdollar

    The Lustre Kings WSG Cindy Cashdollar

    8pm

    The Lustre Kings boast a devoted international fanbase and continue to perform over 150 dates a year, including regular stops at nightspots, festivals and casinos like Tip Top Deluxe, Skinny Dennis and The Continental Club; Viva Las Vegas, Heritage Folk Festival and the Rockin 50s Fest; and the Potawamoti Hotel. Gamsjager, a Gretsch guitars endorsee who has taught for the National Guitar Workshop, has been a guest at prestigious venues ranging from Kennedy Center (Washington DC) to the Montreal Jazz Fest. Atlanta’s Creative Loafing got it right when they said, The Lustre Kings have a sound so powerful, it leaves listeners hungry for more.”

    Dobro, steel guitar and lap steel player Cindy Cashdollar’s career has taken some surprising twists and turns that have led her to work with many leading artists in various genres; including Ryan Adams, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Dave Alvin, Rod Stewart, Albert Lee, Asleep At The Wheel, Marcia Ball, Jorma Kaukonen, Leon Redbone, BeauSoleil, Daniel Lanois, Redd Volkaert, & Peter Rowan.

    Cindy’s unerring ability to perfectly complement a song or step out with a tasteful, imaginative, and exciting solo – and to do it in so many musical genres – has made her one of the most in-demand musicians on the American roots music scene. Her debut CD, “Slide Show”, features guest artists comprising a Who’s Who from the landscape of Roots & Americana music.

    A five time Grammy winner with Asleep At The Wheel, Cindy was also inducted into the Texas Steel Guitar Hall Of Fame in 2011 (the first female to be inducted), and the Texas Music Hall Of Fame in 2012. The Americana Music Association nominated her in the category of Instrumentalist Of The Year in 2016.

    And, in answer to her most frequently asked question, yes, Cashdollar is a real name.

  • Saturday, October 20, 2018

    Dead Ahead NY

    Dead Ahead NY

    8pm
    Dead Ahead NY; bringing you the Grateful Dead concert experience you knew and loved!

  • Wednesday, October 24, 2018

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub! Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Thursday, October 25, 2018

    Open Mic with Izzy Singer

    Open Mic with Izzy Singer

    Voted one of the best Open Mics in the Capital Region! Full drum kit, lights and sound provided. With a different guest host every week our Open Mic is always different and fun. All skill levels welcome, you never know who will show up. Grab your instruments and come jam, every Thursday night at 8pm!

  • Friday, October 26, 2018

    Skeeter Creek

    Skeeter Creek

    9pm

    TU's Best Local Band, Cover Band, Country band 
    '16,'17,'18
    Metroland's Best Country band '11, '12, '14, '15, '16 Best Cover Band '13, '14, '15, '16
    ADK-Albany Wedding Asso. '17, '18 Live Band Regional Award, Dave and Renee Solo/Duo/Trio award

  • Saturday, October 27, 2018

    Halloween Party with Blue Hand Luke

    Halloween Party with Blue Hand Luke

    Calling all witches, warlocks, goblins and ghouls! Get your costumes ready for the Best Halloween Costume Party this side of the River! With music by one of the Capital Regions best Party Bands Blue Hand Luke! Cash  Prizes, gift certificates, and door prizes! You don’t want to miss this spooktacular event!

  • Thursday, November 1, 2018

    Open Mic with Bob Gamache

    Open Mic with Bob Gamache

    Voted one of the best Open Mics in the Capital Region! Full drum kit, lights and sound provided. All skill levels welcome, you never know who will show up! With a different guest host every week our Open Mic is always different and fun. Grab your instruments and come jam, every Thursday night at 8pm!

  • Friday, November 2, 2018

    Steal Your Peach

    Steal Your Peach

     
    Interweaving the classic jams of the Grateful Dead and the Allman Brothers, the Steal Your Peach Band is the newest crossover tribute on the scene. The all-star collective is a cross-section of the best of the Northeast jamband world, featuring top-notch musicianship and a refreshing twist on the jam scene's two favorite bands. While staying true to the spirit of the music, the band members put their own dynamic spin on the vast discography of these two iconic bands, giving fans a new take on the familiar. 

    At its core, SYPB is a celebration of the jamband tradition. The project was started in homage to the long standing tradition of crossovers between the Dead and the Allmans, starting with the legendary Filmore shows, the Watkin's Glenn festival, and culminating with the 1999 tour of Phil and friends featuring Phil Lesh (The Grateful Dead), Derek Trucks (The Allman Brothers), Warren Haynes (The Allman Brothers) and Rob Barraco (The Zen Tricksters/Dark Star Orchestra). The shows were lovingly dubbed by the fans the "Steal Your Peach" shows. 

    SYPB's arrangements are experiments, as the band easily flows from the familiar to the obscure, moving from standards like "Jessica" into deep cuts like "Dark Star," or possibly "Not Fade Away" into "Back Where It All Began." The band always keeps it fresh with new and unexpected arrangements and improvisations, while engaging fans in the free-spirited party and colorful, close-knit community surrounding their shows. 

    With 2 drummers, 2 guitarists, bass, and keys, SYPB's line-up mirrors those of both the Dead and the Allmans. The band features Tor Krautter (Rev Tor, Last Waltz Live) on guitar and vocals, Dan Teichert (Arlo Guthrie & Xavier) on drums and vocals, Andrew Costa (Rev Tor, Last Waltz Live) on keys, Jeremy Walz (Soul Sky) on guitar and vocals, Andy Crawford (Rev Tor, Last Waltz Live) on drums, and Brian O'Connell (Uncle Sammy, Gordon Stone Band) on bass. Members of SYPB have shared the stage with Willie Nelson, Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie, Little Feat, The Jerry Garcia Band, as well as members of The Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers Band, Phish, and MOE. 

    SYPB offers something for everyone who gets down to the Dead and ABB . At its core, SYPB aims to unite the jamband community through the power and love of music. The band's fresh spin on these legendary bands' extended grooves will excite jamband fans, whether new, middle-of-the-road, or dieheart. The mix of nostalgia for the Dead and ABB, combined with the members' fresh take on their songs, is a experience not to be missed.
     

  • Saturday, November 3, 2018

    The Refrigerators

    The Refrigerators

    9pm
    The Refrigerators are a 9pc, horn fueled party band from the Capital Region of NY. 
    Consistantly a top draw for 2 decades,The Refrigerators are one of the most sought after bands in the Capital Region and beyond.

     

  • Sunday, November 4, 2018

    Food Stock 4

    Food Stock 4

    Fundraiser for the food pantries of the Captial District. Come show your support of local live music and help feed the hungry!

    Live music all day With The Barn Boys, The Tye’s, Off The Record, Diva & The DIrty Boys, Soul Sky, The Back 40 Band, and The Greasy Fingers Band.  Hosted by Bob Gamache, MC: Johnny Goodman

    Sugested donation: $10

    Food Pantries Of The Capital Distict need your help, here’s why...

    Albany, Rensselaer, and Saratoga Counties over 78,000 people are food insecure. 24,000 are babies and children. We're here to help. *According to Feeding America

     

    Our Mission

    We are a coalition of 64 food pantries in Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga, and Schenectady Counties working together to feed the hungry. Our mission is to address hunger in the capital district through our member food pantries.

     

    Our Vision

    A dynamic network of well‐stocked food pantries nourishing our hungry neighbors in the Capital District.

     

    How We Fulfill Our Mission

    We support our pantries by funding, purchasing, collecting, and delivering food. We provide a forum for networking, coordination of services, education, and training for pantry staff and volunteers.

     

    History

    Our coalition was founded in 1979 by the Urban Ministries Fellowship, a committee of the Capital Area Council of Churches. We started with 10 member food pantries. In 1980, we sponsored our first food drive. That year, 16 food pantries served 15,472 people. Since then, we have grown substantially, as hunger has spread throughout the community we serve. Your support helps us provide food for 2.7 million meals annually to assist the hungry in the Capital District.

     

  • Thursday, November 8, 2018

    Open Mic with Kelly Maguire

    Open Mic with Kelly Maguire

    Voted one of the best Open Mics in the Capital Region! Full drum kit, lights and sound provided. All skill levels welcome, you never know who will show up! With a different guest host every week our Open Mic is always different and fun. Grab your instruments and come jam, every Thursday night at 8pm!

  • Friday, November 9, 2018

    Emerald City

    Emerald City

    8pm
    Emerald City Band keeps on rockin'! Gary Tash, Chris Garabedian, Gary Brooks, Dave Costa, Ed Powers and Joe Mele perform some of the best classic rock songs ever written! Troy's all-time favorite classic rock experts!

  • Saturday, November 10, 2018

    The Bear Bones Project

    8pm
    Paisley & patchouli potpourri. Adirondack Gypsy Jam. Since 2009, The Bear Bones Project has been bringing their blend of R & B, Jazz, and traditional Americana to audiences across the Capital region. Music is a natural force, the language of the heart, as it were; tapping into that, Bear Bones conjure up an atmosphere of spontaneous musical and social interaction. With Jason Maloney on the drums!

  • Sunday, November 11, 2018

    Second Sunday Bluegrass Jam

    Second Sunday Bluegrass Jam

    6pm
    Join us for Second Sunday Bluegrass Jam Sessions at The Rustic Barn! Hosted by Jeff Wasbes and Zack Cohen in a round robin style jam. Jeff and Zack will start us off with a few tunes then open the stage to lead their choice Bluegrass music, backed up by other pickers.

    Second Sunday’s are for making new friends, sharing songs, playing and listening to blue grass and new-grass. All are welcome to join the Jam. Come prepared with your favorite songs and acoustic instruments.

  • Thursday, November 15, 2018

    Open Mic with Brian Kane

    Open Mic with Brian Kane

    Voted one of the best Open Mics in the Capital Region! Full drum kit, lights and sound provided. All skill levels welcome. We have a different guest host every week so its always different and fun. You never know who will show up, so grab your instruments and come jam! Every Thursday night at 8pm!

  • Friday, November 16, 2018

    The Broken Hearts wsg The Tradition

    The Broken Hearts wsg The Tradition

    8pm
    The Broken Hearts are a musical tribute to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.

  • Saturday, November 17, 2018

    Not Rightt

    Not Rightt

    8pm

    Rock n roll/ Party Rock/ Country

  • Wednesday, November 21, 2018

    Thanksgiving Eve Party with River Junction

    Thanksgiving Eve Party with River Junction

    8pm

    RiverJunction will be cranking out the tunes at this years Thanksgiving Eve Bash!

  • Friday, November 23, 2018

    Brian Kane

    Brian Kane

    8pm

    Acoustic/ rock n roll

  • Saturday, November 24, 2018

    The Harmonic Duo

    The Harmonic Duo

    The duo with the sound of a full band~ playing music for everyone!

  • Thursday, November 29, 2018

    Open Mic with Tommy Love

    Open Mic with Tommy Love

    Voted one of the best Open Mics in the Capital Region! Full drum kit, lights and sound provided. All skill levels welcome, you never know who will show up! With a different guest host every week our Open Mic is always different and fun. Grab your instruments and come jam, every Thursday night at 8pm!

  • Friday, November 30, 2018

    Wilder-518

    Wilder-518

    9pm
    Wylder is a horn driven party band from New York's Capital District providing high energy entertainment at the areas hottest locations!

  • Saturday, December 1, 2018

    Acoustic Trauma

    Acoustic Trauma

    Welcome to the original sound of Acoustic Trauma. Try to imagine the crisp sound of an acoustic guitar accompanied by a powerful rhythm section. Now add the variables of massive experimentation along with mysterious lyrics and mood-enhancing visual effects. Following the example of the "classic rock" genre, Acoustic Trauma aims to provide a complete entertainment experience for their audience. 

    Acoustic Trauma is a trio whose concept and goal is to defy the common stereotype that has tagged acoustic rock as being "laid back" or "tame". In the 1990's, many popular bands have toned down their acts, characterizing themselves as being "unplugged". Acoustic Trauma, with the use of some effects (electric distortion NOT being one of them), has proven that acoustic instruments are not limited to stool or sit down performances. Their strength lies in their instrumentation as it consists of finger- blistering acoustic guitar solos, strong drumbeats, intense violin playing, and many inventive bass leads. 

    The term "acoustic trauma", refers to a medical diagnosis that is associated with hearing loss due to the continued exposure to loud sounds. The name was chosen, for it serves as a definitive pun, both identifying the band by definition as well as their goal in attempting to "traumatize" the acoustic world. Metroland, an Albany alternative publication, calls Acoustic Trauma "a challenging and intriguing new band." They have also ranked Spirits and Reward of the Angel's Pride among the top ten local CDs in the Capital Region at the time of their release dates. Metroland has also named Acoustic Trauma "Best Prog (Progressive) Band" two years in a row in their Best of issues (1999 & 2000). 

    The trio have expanded their performance radius regionally, spanning from New York City and the Capital Region to Woodstock and Kingston, NY as well as hitting parts of Vermont and New Jersey. The band’s experience includes many charity events as well as radio airplay on 102.7FM (WEQX), 103.5FM (The EDGE), 88.3FM (WVCR), WDST Radio Woodstock, and many others.

    In the past, Acoustic Trauma was selected by 103.1FM to compete in their Most Original Band Contest. The band is currently performing throughout the Capital Region while promoting their new Live CD+DVD A Night At The Trauma House.

  • Thursday, December 13, 2018

    Open Mic with Bob Gamache

    Open Mic with Bob Gamache

    Voted one of the best Open Mics in the Capital Region! Full drum kit, lights and sound provided. All skill levels welcome. We have a different guest host every week so its always different and fun. You never know who will show up, so grab your instruments and come jam! Every Thursday night at 8pm!

  • Saturday, December 22, 2018

    Brian Kane

    Brian Kane

    rock n roll

  • Friday, December 28, 2018

    The Harmonic Duo

    The Harmonic Duo

    8pm
    The duo with the sound of a full band~ playing music for everyone!

Rustic Barn Pub

150 Speigletown Rd
Troy, NY 12182 518-235-5858

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