Musical acts hitting the scene this week

Entertainment. Check out the topnotch talent gracing local stages once again.

| 15 Apr 2024 | 02:43

Embrace the week’s musical tapestry across our region, from jazzy trios to nostalgic ‘80s hits!

Saturday, April 20

Starting at 2 p.m., the Warwick Valley Winery, Distillery & Orchard (114 Little York Rd., Warwick) will echo with the vibrant sounds of Worm Farm. Meanwhile, over at Tin Barn Brewing (62 Kings Hwy Bypass, Chester), the Ladies of the ‘80s will transport audiences back in time with their rendition of favorite nostalgic 80s tunes at 5 p.m.

As the evening sets in, the musical journey continues at 6 p.m. when The Good, The Band & the Ugly graces the stage at the Orange County Distillery at Brown Barn Farms, (286 Maple Ave., New Hampton) while Pauly Di Dio will take the spotlight at the Pine Island Tap House (682 County Rd. 1, Suite B, Pine Island) starting at 6:30 p.m.

At 7 p.m., the Cove Castle Restaurant (13 Castle Ct., Greenwood Lake) will come alive with the electrifying performance by The Bud’s, featuring James Wormworth, Mike Merritt and Mike Louis, offering an evening of soulful melodies. Simultaneously, Some Guys & A Broad will captivate audiences with acoustic selections at the Last Whisky Bar (45 Woodlands Way, Warwick).

At 8 p.m., Pennings Farm Market (161 Route 94 S., Warwick) welcomes Strings Attached to rock the stage, and at 8:30 p.m., Vinyl Tap will deliver a high-energy rock performance at Barrel 28 (28 N Main St., Florida).

End the night at Mattingly’s Tavern, (16 N Main St., Florida) with the one and only Free Shrimp Band returning at 9 p.m.!

Sunday, April 21

The musical festivities continue with performances by the Amato Family Band at Warwick Valley Winery and the Ethan Levy duo at Pennings Farm Cidery, (4 Warwick Turnpike, Warwick) both starting at 2 p.m., alongside Rob G at the Pine Island Tap House and The Al’s at Tin Barn, also at 2 p.m.

Wednesday, April 24

Wednesday marks another night of fun with Iron Cobra making their debut at Blue Arrow Farm (86 Glenwood Rd., Pine Island) as part of Danny C’s Wednesday night concert series, promising arena rock and power trio cover jams.

Thursday, April 25

On Thursday, unwind at the Last Whisky Bar at 7 p.m. with a performance by Nailed Shutt, delivering their alt-country tunes, or head over to Mattingly’s Tavern for Rob Gorny’s performance.

Friday, April 26

There are so many live performances to enjoy on Friday, starting at 6 p.m. with Gerry Arias taking over at the Double S Smokehouse (49 Oakland Ave, Warwick). Meanwhile, at the Orange County Distillery at Brown Barn Farms, acoustic favorites Michael Holmes and Terry McDonough will serenade the audience, starting at the same time, while the Missyping Band (previously No Soap Radio) will captivate listeners at Tin Barn. At 6:30 p.m., Doc Fry hosts a three-band show at the Warwick Valley Community Center, (11 Hamilton Ave, Warwick) featuring Locations, a Brooklyn alt-rock duo, Green City Trees, a NY-based shoegaze group, and Catalyst You, a Rockland County rock band, with tickets priced at $5 at the door. At 7 p.m. the Identity Crisis Duo performs at Pennings Farm Market, Rae Simone Trio takes the stage at the Cove Castle Restaurant, and the Black Dirt Bandits will rock out at the Pine Island Tap House.

Simultaneously, The Openers featuring Don Oriolo will be playing rock ‘n roll covers at Blue Arrow Farm, and the Lost Dogs will be performing at Trails End Taphouse at the GWL Garden Market, (197 Route 17A, Greenwood Lake) presenting a blend of rock, folk, outlaw country, and bluegrass. Also at 7 p.m., the talented guitarist Shane Scarazzini & 8 Fingers will showcase their skills at the Last Whisky Bar. At 8 p.m., head over to the Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center (1351 Kings Hwy., Sugar Loaf) for Destination Soultown, featuring the Sensational Soul Cruisers, with tickets available for purchase at Wrapping up the night at 8:30 p.m., One Swift Kick will rock out at Barrel 28 with their cover hits.