Pub Schedule

The Lonesome Heroes

Wednesday, July 30th, 6-9pm

The Lonesome Heroes is a Cosmic American band from Austin, Texas. The music combines elements of indie rock, folk, and country into a highway revelry that unites decades, sounds, and regions.

Street Food Institute 12-5; The Supper Truck 5-11

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. Free brewery tour starting at 5:30.

Irrational Pie 12-5, Don Choche 5-late

Double Plow

Saturday, August 2nd, 8-11pm

Double Plow is Albuquerque’s premiere roots rock and Southern-fried jam band. They bring a high-energy mix of original material and eclectic covers, guaranteed to keep you dancing and playing air guitar all night. Night will start off with Scotty and the Atomics, a jam band weaving guitar-driven dance music.

The Supper Truck noon-11

Susan Gibson & Jana Pochop

Sunday, August 3rd, 3-6 pm

Susan Gibson is a CMA Award-Winning singer-songwriter from Wimberley, Texas (the Dixie Chicks took Gibson’s song “Wide Open Spaces” to the top of the country charts for 4 weeks). Jana Pochop is an Albuquerque native and folk-pop songwriter celebrating the release of her 3rd album.

Soo Bak Foods 12-10; TFK Smokehouse 2-7


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! Free brewery tour starting at 5:30.

Irrational Pie 12-5, Don Choche 5-late

The Missing Parts and Le Chat Lunatique

Friday, August 8th, 8-11pm

Known to Marble as one most lively bands in Albuquerque, Le Chat, will be bringing their “filthy, mangy jazz.” Coupled with The Missing Parts, an unusual mix of virtuosic violin, percussive guitar and soulful cello, the night is going to be a wild celebration!

Rustic Truck noon-9; Don Choche 5-11


Tuesday, August 12th, 8-11 pm

AfroZep is an award winning act that performs the music of Led Zeppelin, redone with influences found throughout the continent of Africa, including Highlife, Afrobeat, Desert Blues, EthioJazz, Soukous and more.

TFK Smokehouse 12-11

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. Free brewery tour starting at 5:30.

Irrational Pie 12-5 & Don Choche 5-late

What Goes Around

Sunday, August 17th, 3-6 pm

What Goes Around is the jazz equivalent of a 1970s muscle car: their sound is at once powerful, streamlined, exciting, and fun. WGA is distinctive enough to sound, using unusual instrumentation of vibraphone, trombone, saxophone, bass, and drums, but accessible enough to appeal to a broad musical audience.

Soo Bak Foods noon-10


Wednesday, August 20th, 6-9pm

Science! is an award winning acoustic duo comprised of Justin Stang and Jim Elenteny. It’s political; it’s daring and dreamy; it’s the place where rock and folk meet to dance, smile and raise a frothy brew in celebration.

Street Food Institute 12-5; Supper Truck 5-late

The Surf Lords

Thursday, August 21st, 7-10 pm

Instrumental Surf Music.

Europa Roaming Kitchen 12; Don Choche 5-11

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


Thursday, August 28th, 7-10 pm

MARKLAND is a high-energy, original blues/funk/rock fusion band hailing from Ocean Beach, California. Come out and enjoy 70′s funk sentiments, heavy guitar, and delta blues undertones.

Irrational Pie 12; Don Choche 5-11


Saturday, August 30th, 8-11 pm

MoonHat is a six piece horn driven Funk Jazz band. It’s Booty Jazz, Neo Bump Music.

The Supper Truck noon-11

Skip Batchelor

Wednesdsay, September 3rd, 6-9 pm

Back on the Marble patio and excited to be playing, Skip Bachelor, will be strumming his guitar and singing acoustic to your favorite songs from the 60’s and 70’s.

TFK Smokehouse noon-5; The Supper Truck 5-11

City By Storm

Sunday, September 7th from 3-6 pm

SoCal rock band, City By Storm will be stopping through while filming their documentary “Sell Out Survive.”

Soo Bak Foods noon-10

Mala Maña

Thursday, September 11th, 7-10pm

Albuquerque’s own all-female 8-piece voice and percussion ensemble, Mala Maña fuses contemporary and folkloric rhythms of the African diaspora. Their love for the rhythm-inspired music of Colombia’s coastal people brings this vision of diversely-talented women together to offer a unique and exciting tapestry of many voices and many drums.

Irrational Pie 12; Don Choche 5-11


Thursday, September 18th, 7-10pm

Ziatron is a blend of funk, latin, reggae and rock. Comprised of Albuquerque music scene veterans RJ Perez (guitar & vocals), Richard DeMello (bass & vocals), Bill Zerbe (Hammond organ), and Mikey Jaramillo (drums), Ziatron creates infectious and eclectic grooves.

Eurpoa 12-5; Don Choche 5-late

Antonio A. Lopez

Wednesday, September 24th, 6-9 pm

“A small town-big soul songwriter,” Antonio’s music is as “raw and beautiful…two traits any young songwriter should strive for.”

TFK Smokehouse 12-5; The Supper Truck 5-late


Thursday, October 2nd, 7-10 pm

A little bit country, a little bit rock n’ roll, and a little bit everything else! Youngsville is a band that plays music they love while drinking good beer and having a great time!

Europa Roaming Kitchen 12; Don Choche 5-11

Todd and the Fox

Friday, October 3rd, 8-11pm

Todd and the Fox is dusty, dance-oriented music, written exclusively on five-string banjo, and featuring the drumming of talented multi-instrumentalist Erik Sawyer. In the tradition of rustic American folk and blues, Todd and the Fox takes a minimalist approach to performance: banjo, drums, bass foot pedals and voice.

Rustic 12-9; Don Choche 5-11

Santa Fe Fiddle Fest

Sunday, October 5th from 2-5 pm

Foot stompin’, sweat breaking double fiddle good time music with Santa Fe’s 2 hottest youngblood fiddle players. Featuring Karina Wilson , Greg Butera and an all-star party band for a celebration of the season!

Soo Bak Foods noon-10

Leftover Soul

Thursday, October 9th, 7-10 pm

Leftover Soul is an ALL VINYL SOUL NIGHT happening at Marble Brewery! DJ Leftovers (of Leftover Productions) will be spinning vintage soul LPs and 45s, so put on your dancing shoes and be ready to get down. Free brewery tour starting at 5:30.

Irrational Pie 12; Don Choche 5-late

Hello Dollface

Thursday, October 16th, 7-10pm

Quenching Desert Vagabond Soul from CO, a well lit female-fronted eclectic soulchild born into a sea of evocative bass heavy, and disco-plated live percussive backbeats. Free brewery tour starting at 5:30.