html
Advertise on HVmusicAdvertise right here, where you can reach tens of thousands of local musicians and music lovers each month.
Advertise on HVmusicAdvertise right here, where tens of thousands of local music lovers visit each month.
html
The HVmusic JukeboxClick to listen to today's selection of songs from Hudson Valley musicians. Musicians — add your songs for free.
The HVmusic JukeboxClick to listen to today's selection of songs from Hudson Valley musicians.
html
Welcome to HVmusic. We showcase the diverse musicians in the Hudson Valley. This is a community website where we depend on YOU to provide the content. It's FREE to add your own listings and classifieds.
Welcome to HVmusic. We showcase the diverse musicians in the Hudson Valley, and YOU provide the content. Add your FREE listings and classifieds.
◄ Return to Previous Page

Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts
Folk, bluegrass, country, contemporary singer songwriters, etc....

The Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts features an outstanding artist every Sunday. Unlike most sets that offer one or two songs from a particular artist, this features one artist for a complete set. This is a great way for aficionados of folk music, bluegrass, contemporary singer songwriters, etc to hear some of today's exciting artists and really get an idea of what these wonderful people are all about. It's also a great way for venues that present live music to hear some of the best "hidden" talent in the country - a potential source for potential bookings.

The Hootenanny Cafe airs every Sunday at 9PM (est) on WTBQ. You can listen on:
- WTBQ.com
- 93.5FM in upstate NY
- 98.3FM in North Jersey and NY
- BellBuckleRadio.com

More about Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts
Capacity: The world

Contact and Location Info

Location: Online and on the radio, NY
Website: talentconnections.com/
Email

Calendar for Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts
Sunday
January 29
9:00 pm
to
10:30 pm
Fred Arcoleo
Singer-Songwriter. Topical
Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts
Online and on the radio, NY   See Map
FRED ARCOLEO has spent 36 years teaching in urban high schools, & as long on the front lines of struggles both local & global: from daily struggles against racism & sexism to supporting immigrant workers & combating police brutality & imperialist wars. These experiences have shaped, informed, & inspired his songwriting. Fred writes songs & poems that strive to reveal the contradictions in our society between appearance & reality, & he spends most of his time channeling his anger over the conditions of life that exist for so many into productive activities. He is interested in the role music & the arts play in raising awareness of societal issues & inspiring people to study & act on pressing challenges of our time. His mission & his music are one: RALLY FOLK! His last CD, TODAY AGAIN, charted #7 on the Folk Radio Charts & his newest project, WE ARE MIGHTY: Sustenance for the Struggle had its title track reach #15. As he tells his students & colleagues, the struggle continues!
Sunday
February 5
9:00 pm
to
10:30 pm
River Drivers
Singer-Songwriter, Celtic, and Americana
Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts
Online and on the radio, NY   See Map
Celtic-tinged folk rock collective River Drivers is a band whose unique passion-infused style of music draws from Celtic, Americana and Appalachian influences and features very powerful and distinctive vocals. At the core of their repertoire are songs gleaned from the oral histories of family and folks they’ve met along the way.
Anchored by Mindy Murray and Kevin McCloskey with accompaniment by Marian Moran and Meagan Ratini, their high energy music explores pervasive themes of hard-working people and social justice. Their Did Ya Vote was recognized as an International Women’s Freedom Song in 2020 and their Blair Mountain was included in the United Mineworkers of America annual report.

River Drivers’ music has received rave reviews from the likes of No Depression, fRoots, and Irish Music Magazine and has been heard on hundreds of stations globally. They have played the Philadelphia Folk Festival, Musikfest, and the Cup of Tae Festival in Ireland.

Viewed 77,062 times