Join Boone and the Gang for a Pub Night jam!
The Stonecat hosts local musicians each Wednesday for our Pub Night. There is never a cover for live music on Pub Night. Come on out, but be sure to bring an extra pair of dancing shoes.
The deep vocal resonance and dreamy fingerstyle guitar melodies that are the cornerstone of Bodhi’s songs are mirrored in the steeply cut hillsides, the endless network of small towns, and clear glacial lakes area where he lives.
Originally from Denver, Colorado Stonecat is delighted to welcome Bodhi Mountain to Pub Night!
Local favorite Brett Beardslee makes his glorious return to the Stonecat! Nobody knows what is in store for each Brett Beardslee show or what friends may join him on the stage. One thing we do know, you can't help but sing along!
An exciting mis of traditional and original Gaelic inspired music. Instrumentation of violin, guitar, celtic whistles octave mandoline, uileann pipes and keyboard combine to make your listening experience unforgettable. Jig, aire, reel or waltz. You'll be drawn into the captivating arrangements of this band.
Come stomp some boots or chug-a-lug some beers with The Notorious Stringbusters!
Grassanove is an exciting four-piece bluegrass band that plays a wide-ranging repertoire of original tunes and fun covers. With stylistic diversity, from Bill Monroe to Merle Haggard, Grassanova is sure to keep you dancing and singing along.
Stonecat's own Sean Dillman croons the tunes for Pub Night!
Drawing from a wide range of musical influences, Bittersweet plays an eclectic mix of songs from country, folk, old-time, blues, and rock, a genre more recently known as Americana. Their focus is finding that (bitter) sweet spot where melody, harmony, guitar, upright bass and dobro meet. https://www.facebook.com/Bittersweet-1505302269721392/
Local musician Dylan Lipencot croons his way through a Stonecat Pub Night, bringing friends, colleagues, and many local musicians along with him.
Impossible to describe, Los Finsteros is self-described "Band of Extinction." We call it acid-jug music and there's no doubt that they are quite a unique band. You are going to have to make it out yourself to see exactly what it is that make the 'Finsters' so special.
Come join Nora Starr, Da Prof, and more for a "foot-stompin' good time" as Miller's Wheel returns to the Stonecat yet again after a great Winter Squabee!
Scott B. Adams has forged a career out of capturing landscapes and snippets of history from the Adirondacks, The Finger Lakes & New York state, and turning them into lush, acoustic instrumental music compositions. Always a crowd pleaser and a rockin' good time!
Come join Joe Otatti and the boys with some groovy tunes and classic throwbacks. Maybe it'll be a nice day and they'll play out on our deck.
Surrender yourselves to zydeco and dance all night long at the Stonecat with the Zydeco Trail Riders.
NOTE: This show starts at 7pm!
Sweet country music from our hearts to yours.
This crossover banjo/bass duo formed when Noah Yanicki & Casey Holmberg met at UCLA. Both musicians shared a love for bluegrass and began to explore the space around the idiom. What has emerged is a form of classically informed roots music – a blend of the string arrangements on Nico’s Chelsea Girl and the banjo playing of Béla Fleck, perhaps...
Ithaca's newest experimental Latin music ensemble. Combines traditional and modern music from Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Africa and beyond. A sound not to be missed!
Stonecat is ecstatic to welcome these amazing women to Hector and Pub Night!
Ley Line brings their multilingual folk and soul sounds all the way from Austin Texas! Through vocal harmonies, upright bass, guitar, ukulele, and percussion, their influences draw from international folklore music from North and South America; imagine Devendra Banhart and Feist had four love children who grew up climbing trees and listening to Paul Simon and Sam Cooke!
If you have a heart, a soul, and ears, you are going to love these women!
Folk and country music with a rock and roll edge. Experienced musicians nostalgic for the days of folk-rock. Rick Hoyt & John Stiles on guitar, Bucky Gelo on bass, Adam Fryer on percussion.
This band needs no description if you were lucky enough to hear them at the 2015 WinterSquabee. If you missed it, you'll have to come out to see a beautiful arrangement of talented musicians and vocals that will leave you speechless.
St. Vith takes a modern impression on the 70's jam styles of bands.
Hilariously irreverent and heartfelt, Janet performs originals with a hint of the familiar, and has lovingly been referred to as "The Voice of the Hills". First time at the Stonecat!
Rick Hoyt and his Country Club lay down some smooth sounds and keep the Stonecat humming right along.
We discovered Lucy and Wayne when they made a most excellent video submission for NPR's Tiny Desk series. They make their way around the States in a most excellent Airstream and bring their blend of alt-country to all corners of the country. We can't wait 'til they stop by the Stonecat for a Pub Night and some general debauchery.
Come join multi-instrumentalist Lou Vogel and his family band, the Reeds. Beautiful harmonies, talented musicians, and familiar sing-alongs were the highlights from this winter's charity music festival, WinterSquabee, and we expect more of the same from these hometown folks.
Lanzallamas, a multi-instrumental band from Miami, is the epitome of world music. Blending Afro-Latino beats, modern folklore, and hand-crafted electronica, this group is extremely talented and will keep you smiling and dancing for hours.
This up-and-coming power trio from Ithaca, NY rocks like invokes comparisons to the Black Keys with catchy hooks and hard-hitting sounds. With followers known as "Gare-bears," this is guaranteed to be a good, if not weird, time.
The Ilium Works are just starting to make the rounds locally and have been known to sneak in some fun covers along with their rockin' original tunes.