Metal at The Chance, and Kingston’s Kilt Fest kicks off.
A new recommended record release and this month’s must-see local show.
Occupying the formerly quite static Broadway Joe’s, Tubby’s offers charm, warmth, a great menu and much friendlier vibes.
Graziadei kindly spoke to me in advance of his upcoming tour with Thy Will Be Done which touches down at The Loft in Poughkeepsie on Thursday, Dec. 13.
The group’s latest effort, Menetekel, is a remarkable and unusually colorful journey that follows the duo’s creative north star through soundscapes ranging from ominous to elevating. I was thrilled to touch base for an interview with the philosophical group prior to their upcoming gig at The Beverly Lounge on Friday, Dec. 7.
Located a stone’s throw from The Beverly, Lis Bar adds yet more enticement to visit a part of Kingston that’s been overshadowed by other nightlife hot spots in town.
The detail-oriented Acevedo is releasing Estados Separados (meaning separate states) via his musical project, a warm and vibrant blend of styles and influences from around the world. A release party will take place at The Beverly in Kingston on Friday, November 9.
You can do your part and support real local metal with heart by showing up for Kingston’s own Porcelain Helmet on Saturday, Nov. 3 as they open for I Don’t Know.
The big news is that Valley People Productions have convinced Iron Chic to visit Kingston. The show was originally booked at The Beverly but cops have been called for noise recently so they so had to move it to BSP. The show is on Nov. 10 and costs just $10 with a 7:30 p.m. start time and absolutely killer support bands Timeshares and Nightmares For a Week also.
Upon entering Village Coffee and Goods, located on Railroad Avenue around the corner from Frank Guido’s Little Italy, my first impression was of delight at the sense of unity in design, light and energy flow within the comfortable specialty coffee shop.