Big Something w/ Half Step Duo
Big Something w/ Half Step Duo
Big Something w/ Half Step Duo
Saturday, October 1 w/ Paranoid Social Club
Saturday, October 1 w/ Paranoid Social Club
Saturday, October 1 w/ Paranoid Social Club
Melvin Seals & JGB Celebrate Jerry Garcia’s Music
Melvin Seals & JGB Celebrate Jerry Garcia’s Music
Melvin Seals & JGB Celebrate Jerry Garcia’s Music

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Paradox Saints are an up and coming rock band based out of Saratoga Springs combining elements of sixties pop songwriting, neo-psychedelia, noise and traditional rock ‘n roll. They seem to carry an attitude reminiscent of the late ’70s new york punk scene or the garage rockers of the ’60’s. These elements, combined with a large element of improv, they are a live force to be reckoned with.

Tambourelli & Her SuperTrips are a group of great friends enjoying what the world of music has to offer and doing whatever it takes to give back to it. The love of music is the perpetuating force creating the passion that permeates through each of their tunes. These mates pull a blend of harmonious vibes together creating waves of beauty for all ears. Together they’ve worked hard to create a powerful and energetic presence with the sole purpose of helping others realize their inner boogie.

The Coax is a psych-rock outfit based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Heavily influenced by garage bands of the 60’s and rock and roll bands of the 70’s, their post-punk sound captured in studio is replicated live with a raw energy that is undeniable.

Ciarra Fragale is an indie/folk-inspired singer/songwriter from New York.  First picking up a guitar at the age of 7, Ciarra wrote her first song not long after that, and decided she wanted to pursue her passion for music. Since then, she has picked up other instruments such as ukulele and mandolin.

Doors: 8:00pm
Show: 9:00pm

Ages: 18+ (note: there is a $5 surcharge for attendees under 21)

Tickets: $7 at Door

MidnightRevival2016

We’ve got a great blues / roots rock show tonight featuring: Joe Mansman & The Midnight Revival Band, The Lucky Dutch and Sly Fox & The Hustlers, with a special opening set by experimental fusion jamband, Bohm Dialogue.

Joe Mansman and The Midnight Revival Band are a 5 piece rock and roll band from northern New York, heavily impelled by Outlaw Blues, Roots, and Punk.The band’s only aim: To have a notoriously good time and take the whole damn place down with them.

The Lucky Dutch is an American roots-rock band from Illinois, formed in 2008 in Chicago by guitarist Nathan Graham and singer Claire Corriveau. They began their career as an indie band, performing extensively around Chicago’s bar and festival scene. In 2014, they released their first full length record, Bury the Night.

New York’s Sly Fox and the Hustlers are a high energy original 4-piece Bluesy Rock N’ Roll band with hints of Soul, Funk and a dash of Punk.  The live show has been described as “Heavy Voodoo Blues over Swampy Funky Grooves” and “an exciting show not to be missed – guaranteed to get you on your feet!” The band has built a reputation of putting on a high energy show with songs sung with an emotional delivery from the heart of their originator, along with some interpretive cover versions of some past and present great rock n’ roll songs that keep the crowd dancing, singing and drinking all night long! – take the trip with them and you won’t soon forget!

Bohm Dialogue is a 3 piece experimental fusion jam band out of Saratoga NY. It’s core consists of keyboards, bass and drums. Together they blend the most guttural aspects of Jazz, Funk, Electronica, R&B and Hip hop with psychedelic, ambient soundscapes. The result is a dense, groove based melange of dance inspiring pulsing grooves and hypnotic layers of improvised melodies.

Doors: 8:00pm
Show: 9:00pm

Ages: 18+ (note: there is a $5 surcharge for attendees under 21)

Tickets: $5 at Door

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Grateful Dead tribute, Half Step continues their Thursday night residency at Putnam Den.  As an added bonus, everyone (21+) who comes to this show will be given a raffle ticket for a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Melvin Seals & JGB on Thursday, October 6, here at Putnam Den.

Formed in 1991 by Juan and Michelle Calzada, Half Step has evolved into Juan Calzada on lead vocals and acoustic guitar, Bob Peck on vocals and bass, David Lawson on vocals and lead guitar, and (for this pair of Putnam Den shows) Dickie Ogden on drums. For this show however, The group, drawing on musical influences from the Allman Bros., Bob Dylan, Santana, Pink Floyd, and The Grateful Dead, is an ever growing presence on the East Coast with a strong and loyal following.

Doors: 8:00pm
Show: 9:00pm

Ages: 18+

Tickets: Free Show / $10 if under 21