Pub Schedule

Events @MarblePub

March 26th-April 30th

Here’s a look at all of our Pub Events for the coming weeks. Festivals, music, fundraisers: We love spring!

Le Chat Lunatique

Tuesday, April 22nd, 6-9 pm

Blending Western swing, classical, reggae, doowop, and “anything else we damn well please,” Le Chat Lunatique purveys an addictive genre they call “filthy, mangy jazz.”

Talking Fountain Kitchen 12-late

Under the Native Stars Artist Gathering

Thursday, April 24th 7-11pm

Daisy Chain will be bringing their funky rhythm & blues to the event coming from Seattle, WA. Miracle Dolls is promoting their newly released “Kiss Me Auras” album. Albuquerque’s own Saving Damsels (Navajo/Hopi) will be performing their Native Soul Rock. Hosting the event is The Jir Project Band (Cochiti Pueblo, NM), winner of the North American Indigenous Image Award for outstanding blues album.

Don Choche 12-late, Europa 12-5

Alex Maryol Band

Friday, April 25th 8-11pm

Known around town as someone worth hearing, Alex Maryol and his band will be hitting the Marble stage for a night of music that blends styles of Indie, Blues and Rock.

Rustic Truck 12-9, Don Choche 5-late

Festival Cervantes

Saturday, April 26th, 3-10 pm

Come join us for the Cervantes Institute's annual fundraiser. The day will include two Flamenco groups, Latin Dance performers and Sol de la Noche, a band inspired by Latin world music. The Institute's goal is to contribute to the advancement of the Spanish, Hispanic and Latin American cultures throughout the world. It will be a bright and lively day at the pub!

Supper Truck 12-9, Street Food Institute 5-8


Wednesday, April 27th, 3-6pm

Kimo is one of Albuquerque's best singer-songwriters. Intelligent and heartfelt lyrics imbue her acoustic grooves with an ethereal quality that is both captivating and genuine.

SooBak 12-10pm

Drastic Andrew

Friday, May 2nd, 8-11 pm

Santa Fe band Drastic Andrew brings their unique, high energy, tight, acoustic/electric, modern Americana jam rock to the Marble Stage.

Rustic Truck & Don Choche

James T. Baker

Sunday, May 4th, 5-8 pm

"Baker achieves a wholly unique sound- a pure and heartfelt expression of melancholy- a love letter to the giants of Delta Blues." Santa Fe Reporter

Soo Bak Foods noon-10

Marlee Crow

Wednesday, May 7th, 6-9 pm

If Bob Dylan decided to make music that inspired people to get up and dance...instead of protesting...It might sound something like Marlee Crow! Touring since 1998. Product of the 505.

Talking Fountain Kitchen 12-5, Supper 5-late

Stanlie Kee & Step In

Thursday, May 8th, 7-10 pm

Stanlie Kee & Step In are a blistering trio of seasoned electric blues musicians, rooted in traditional blues structure. They bring a youthful interpretation that captures the native spirit while captivating audiences of all ages and backgrounds.

Don Choche

The Green Billies

Saturday, May 10th, 8-11 pm

The Green Billies are a five-piece band from Albuquerque, NM who love to share their energetic spin on old-time "barn dance" music.

The Supper Truck noon-11

Heather Luttrell and the Possumden

Saturday, May 17th, 8-11pm

Heather Luttrell has built a loyal following with her soulful vocals, energetic guitar work, bring-the-house-down live shows and, always, gracious Southern hospitality that makes fans feel like family. Heather fondly refers to her style of music as “BluesAmericanaFunkFolk.”

Supper Truck 12-9pm

Le Chat CD Release Party

Sunday, May 18th, 4-8:30pm

Blending Western swing, classical, reggae, doowop, and “anything else we damn well please,” Le Chat Lunatique will be play their “filthy, mangy jazz,” while promoting their new CD. Beginning the day off we have Cactus Tractor and Wildewood.

SooBak 12-10pm


Friday May 23rd, 8-11pm

Body, mind and sound “GrooveSession” brings a multi-genre blend of Americana Rock n' Soul that they simply call “movin groovin music.” Three very hard working and easy going young men with a sound on their quest to end the jammin famine.

Rustic 12-9, Don Choche 5-late

Former Friends of Young Americans

Sunday, May 25th, 3-6 pm

Former Friends of Young Americans are an atmospheric indie electronic pop band. Their last release, "estas diluculo" has been hailed by critics as "groundbreaking sounds that afford no contrived comparisons or genre specifications. Simply brilliant music designed for a darkened room and an open mind." - Mitchell Hillman, Java Magazine.

SooBak Food Truck 12-10

Musekiwa Chingodza and Wagogo

Wednesday, June 4th, 6-9 pm

Two powerful groups perform on the Marble patio, both bringing the captivating spirit music of Zimbabwe. The night will be a rythmic cocktail, inspiring you to sing and dance, and leaving you feeling enriched.

Talking Fountain Kitchen 12-5, Supper Truck 5-late


Sunday, June 8th 1-9pm

Party at 111 Marble Ave with New Mexico beer and sunshine while 2 musicians jam out on the patio. The day's lineup includes BaBa, the Happy Gland Band, Alex Maryol, Todd and the Fox, with Brennen Leigh and Noel McKay finishing out the day.

SooBak 12-10pm

Odd Dog

Thursday, June 12th, 7-10 pm

Odd Dog's music is a mix of Americana and Lyric-driven folk rock with its roots in the counter-culture of the 60's. Drawing inspiration from poets like Dylan, Van Morrison, and Hunter/Garcia, the band brings a down-to-earth honesty to performances.

Don Choche

Cactus Tractor

Thursday, July 31st, 7-10pm

Cactus Tractor is a multi-person Bohemian Pop Folk Disco band; consisting of four song-writers, sexy harmonies, and a crazy multitude of fun stringed and unstrung instruments.

Irrational Pie 12-5, Don Choche 5-late


Thursday, August 7th, 7-10pm

Swingrass is a five piece acoustic ensemble that plays a wide range of styles from the bluegrass, swing, western swing, and blues genres. This band has been playing in the ALbuquerque area since the late 1980's and always looks forward to playing at the Marble Brewery!

Irrational Pie 12-5, Don Choche 5-late

Boulevard Lane

Thursday, August 14th, 7-10 pm

Boulevard Lane is an acoustic/electric/eclectic band performing their interpretations of classic tunes and originals. The focus is on great songs, tight harmonies, and connecting with an audience.

Irrational Pie 12-5 & Don Choche 5-late

Porter Draw

Friday, August 22nd, 8-11 pm

The Porter Draw have become know. for high energy, sweat-drenched shows coupled with tight harmonies of wistfully delicate lyrics of longing, heartbreak, and the American experience. They'll sing high lonesome with the bluegrass boys, command the stage like The Boss, and surprise you with raucous vocals you haven't heard since your older sister made you listen to The Clash.

Rustic Truck 12-9, Don Choche 5-late