All the music events in Ulster County, Feb. 1 – 7

2/1 (Wed)

connor & friends
Stone House Tavern (New Paltz) @ 6pm

Michaela Davis
Tubby’s (Kingston) @ 7pm

2/2 Thursday

jazz jam
Quinns (Beacon) @ All Day

Fred Gillen Jr.
Keegan Ales (Kingston) @ 6pm

Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez: The Queen Meets the King, featuring Liberty Devitto & The Slim Kings
Daryl’s House (Pawling) @ 8pm

2/3 Friday

Steve Black
Newburgh Brewing Company @ 5pm

Adam Falcon
Towne Crier Cafe – Salon Stage (Beacon) @ 18:30

ariana and the mix
Di’Vine Wine Bar (Wappingers Falls) @ 7pm

The Palace Theater (Albany) @ 7:30 PM

JB and the Dirty Funk Contingency
Keegan Ales (Kingston) @ 7pm

Tiki Night – Moon Mullins / Sam Evian / Hannah Cohen
Tubby’s (Kingston) @ 7pm
Winter is tiki season in the Hudson Valley. A glass or two of strong tropical cocktails he revitalizes mind and body, and exotic soundscapes guide our attention to warmer climates while on vacation. But this isn’t an old paper umbrella tiki-themed night looped by Martin Denny and Esquivel: Moon Mullins plays spacey, subdued exotica to her rhythm of familiar tiki music Oceania. Sam Evian has a similar acoustic texturing, but he’s brighter, like Mac Demarco.

strike two
Paula’s Runaway Cafe (Wappingers Falls) @ 7pm

Jack Lizard / Sam Lizabeth & Friends / Sound Four
Avalon Lounge (Catskills) @ 8pm

cloud nine
District Social (Beacon) @ 8 PM

Jeffrey Gaines
Towne Crier Cafe – Main Stage (Beacon) @ 8pm

James Maddock
Daryl’s House (Pawling) @ 8pm

D tour
Quinns (Beacon) @ 9pm

2/4 Saturday

Rachel Yamagata (Photo by Laura Crosta)

Winter Hoot – The Mammals / Rachael Yamagata / Mister Chris / Jay Ungar & Molly Mason / Jude Roberts / George Winstone with Ben Monder / City Stompers
Ashokan Center (Olive Bridge) @ Full Day
The scene at the Ashokhan Center is a one-of-a-kind experience. Here, the Catskills’ simpler way of life has been preserved from a time too distant to be nostalgic. But the ‘old guardians’ of mountain folk culture gracefully pass on these traditions to the younger generation in such a rare and majestic location.
Square dancing and communal choirs may seem anachronistic to outsiders looking to their smartphones, but for attendees, they’re a panacea for the extra distractions of these times. . In addition to the community cheer, the deck is filled with folk luminaries to warm even the coldest hearts.

Frank Menney
Darryl’s House (Polling) @ 12pm

Ryan Reddick
Angry Orchard (Walden) @ 4pm

mark von in trio
Towne Crier Cafe – Salon Stage (Beacon) @ 6pm

Josie & Jentz
Keegan Ales (Kingston) @ 7pm

West Point Band: American Influence
Bard College – Fisher Center (Annandale-on-Hudson) @ 7pm

Rock Academy: Best of Season
Woodstock Playhouse @ 7pm

jimmy lee duo
Di’Vine Wine Bar (Wappingers Falls) @ 7pm

The Helm Family Midnight Ramble w/Special Guest Chakour Family Garden
Levon Helm Studios (Woodstock) @ 7:30

green goddess
Avalon Lounge (Catskills) @ 8pm

Valentine’s Day with Al Olander and special guests
Old Dutch Church (Kingston) @ 8pm
Hollander is a Kingston folk artist who has embarked on a tour from his hometown of Old Dutch Church all the way to Hollywood, California. Her striking, pitch-perfect, powerful yet gentle voice has attracted a lot of attention lately.Her sheer musical precision is something to behold for her, and this church venue only amplifies her magic.Her latest album Easy Cryer Be the centerpiece of this alternative Valentine’s Day event where attendees are encouraged to wake up. Recommended for Valentine’s day coordination.

Bill’s wig
District Social (Beacon) @ 8pm

Prognosis: America’s Pink Floyd Show
Towne Crier Cafe – Main Stage (Beacon) @ 8pm

Appetite for Destruction: The Ultimate Tribute to Guns N’ Roses
Daryl’s House (Pawling) @ 8pm

Psychomanteum / Same Old Rat / Blackbelt Jones / Will Foley
The Fuze Box, Albany @ 8pm

Newburgh Brewing Company @ 9pm

Earth Dragon / Shark Vomit
AJ Cafe (Wappingers Falls) @ 9pm

2/5 Sunday

East Coast Jazz Brunch
Towne Crier Cafe (Beacon) @ 11:30am

carry the band
Darryl’s House (Polling) @ 12pm

bearded wife
Newburgh Brewing Company @ 2pm

Chris Brokaw & Jennifer O’Connor
Tubby’s (Kingston) @ 6pm
The pedigree of this duo is undeniable. Brokaw is performing with his Codeine (yes, they’ll have his reunion show in 2023). Don’t worry. It is safe even if bodily fluids fly. With a slow core/post rock approach you have plenty of time to dodge the fluids.
O’Connor is equally adept, having recorded with Matador and Kiam, played and toured with Wilco, Feist, Yo La Tengo, Dump, Mountain Goats and more. Her style is a little more bluesy and understated, and her vocal timbre glows like a neon through her bar with a smoky dive.

Return to the Garden 1969
Darryl’s House (Polling) @ 7pm

Ida / Story Littleton
Levon Helm Studios (Woodstock) @ 19:30

Sunday Night Swim: Monthly Ambient Series
Avalon Lounge (Catskills) @ 7:30 PM

Fred Hirsch & Esperanza Spalding
Troy Music Hall @ 7:30 PM

2/6 Monday

WRRV Session – Lovelytheband / Mike Mack
Newburgh Brewing Company @ 5pm
“I like you lonely / Lonely like me / I can be lonely with you” is the kind of pop refrain that makes lyrical earworms.Los Angeles The group Lovely The Band found themselves when their song “Broken” became a major radio hit. reminiscent of Across a catalog of upbeat-yet-melancholic bands whistling at work, you’ll find indie tributes to his pop greats. A song with just enough of a shoegaze edge to give it a creative, sophisticated sheen.