Pub Schedule


Turbine Toolshed

Wednesday, August 27th

Offering everything from funk-infused dance beats & Rock & Roll to Bluegrass & Southern Americana, Turbine Toolshed creates a truly innovative sound that is sure to keep the audience dancing.

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


Markland

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.

Karibu Cafe 12pm; Don Choche 5-11


Jody Vanesky & Groove Time

Thursday, August 29th, 8-11pm

Jody Vanesky & Groove Time delivers upbeat, jump-swing blues to perfection. Soulful male and female vocals backed by sizzling guitar, hot harmonica and spicy rhythms!

Rustic Truck noon-11pm; Don Choche 5-11


MoonHat

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


Temporary Tattoos

Sunday, August 31st, 6-9 pm

Electric folk with three-part harmonies, toe-tapping grooves, and a boat-load of dance floor action. Accordion and harmonica weave a tapestry of sweet, psychedelic-tinged sound.

Soo Bak Foods noon-10. TFK Smokehouse 2-7.


Labor Day Fest

Monday, September 1st

Our annual Labor Day Fest returns with a killer line-up once again! The Dirty Shades 6-7, St. Petersburg 7-8, Good Green 8-9, You 9-10, Red Light Cameras 10-11.

Irrational Pie noon-11. Rustic Truck 6-11


Boris McCutcheon’s open mic night

Tuesday, September 2nd

Boris starts with a few of his own songs, then his featured artist plays a set. This month’s featured artist is Chris Chickering. Chris is a singer-songwriter whose deepest wish is for you to truly embrace and live in your greatness. Chris is the founder of Music for Positive Change™, a music venture dedicated to effecting real social change and by creating and performing songs infused with lyrics of hope and enlightenment.

TFK noon-11pm


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.

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


Wilderness Release Party

Thursday, September 4th, 5 pm

Enjoy Wilderness paired with complimentary Taos Mountain Energy Bars and Popcicles from Pop Fiz. Proceeds will benefit the Wilderness Society

Baracutanga 7-10pm


Baracutanga

Thursday, September 4th, 7-10pm

Bringing the flavor of South America with rhythms of Peru , Brazil, Colombia and more, this experienced group of musicians will keep you dancing all night.

Rustic Truck noon-11pm; Don Choche 5-11


Groove Session

Friday, September 5th, 8-11 pm

GROOVE SESSION is a power rock trio best known for definitive song writing and explosive live performances. Their sound is steeped in old school funk and irresistible soul, while bridging the ideals of classic and cutting-edge jam-rock.

Don Choche 5-late


Atomic Balm

Saturday, September 6th, 8-11 pm

Classic Rock Band – Albuquerque, New Mexico

The Supper Truck til 11pm


SeptemberFest

Saturday, September 6th, noon-5 pm

SeptemberFest returns, and this year, we’re closing down Marble Ave for a party in the street!

The Supper Truck. TFK Smokehouse. Irrational Pie


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. TFK Smokehouse 2-7


Mar Ata

Wednesday, September 10th 6-9 pm

Mar Ata, a Celtic Duo, was created out of Love for music and how it connects people. “Wallow in the habitual” as a great Irish poet put it. Take time to just be.

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


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.

Karibu Cafe 12; Don Choche 5-11

Last to Know

Friday, September 12th, 8-11pm

Last to Know is discofunkgrass. Based in Taos, LTK blends the heartiest world rhythms with jam-band passion, while muddying the lines between Americana roots music, disco, funk and bluegrass. Prepare to dance!

Rustic Truck noon-9; Don Choche 5-11

Mondo Vibrations

Saturday, September 13th, 8-11pm

(((Vibration))) Mondo’s vibration is reggae soul with a rock attitude! Bass lines to make your heart skip beats, drums beats to get your feet movin, guitar riffs to nod your head to, keys that touch your soul, and the crazy dread-lock guy playing piano, organ, synth, sax, strings, ect…. all on his guitar!

The Supper Truck noon-11pm


Jill Cohn

Sunday, September 14th, 3-6 pm

A Jill Cohn concert is “an evening of Folk Americana Bliss.” Her soul-stirring voice in combination with lush arrangements, toe tapping road stories and heart-string tugging ballads had the Los Feliz Journal (Los Angeles, CA) naming her album a 2012 top 10 indie pick.

Soo Bak Foods noon-10. TFK Smokehouse 2-7


Saison de Plum

Sunday, September 17th, 5pm

Enjoy Saison de Plum paired with complimentary assorted cheeses and Pot Stickers, while supplies lasts.

The Gregg Daigle Band 6-9pm


The Gregg Daigle Band

Sunday, September 17th, 5pm

Gregg remembers the first time he heard bluegrass music blaring over loudspeakers. Today he performs with one of the most accomplished bands in the Southwest.

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


Ziatron

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.

Karibu Cafe 12; Don Choche 5-late


Pawn Shop Poster Boys

Friday, September 19th, 7-10pm

The Pawn Shop Poster Boys are a local reggae/ska band from Albuquerque, New Mexico who are ready to bring that rude boy sound to you!

Rustic Truck noon-9; Don Choche 5-11


Zoltan Orkestar Band

Sunday, September 21st, 6-9pm

Zoltan Orkestar has been filling Albuquerque dance floors for more then four years, with their brand of high energy circus swing, and a quick dash of country twang you’ll be on the dancefloor before you know what hit you.

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


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.

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


Felix y Los Gatos

Sunday, September 25th, 7-10pm

Felix Y Los Gatos is one of the best party bands in New Mexico. They play a variety of music from the South and Southwest: Zydeco, Americana, Blues, Funk, Rancheras Cumbias.

Karibu Cafe 12; Don Choche 5-11


Odd Dog

Friday, September 26th, 8-11pm

One of the most versatile bands New Mexico has to offer! Besides performing original music, some of their influences are presented with covers by artists like Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Counting Crows, Mark Knopfler, Robert Hunter, Jerry Garcia, Bruce Springsteen, U2, David Byrne, Beatles, Van Morrison, and many more!

Rustic Truck noon-9; Don Choche 5-11


Kitty Jo Creek

Sunday, September 28th, 3-6pm

Kitty Jo Creek Band is a melodious group of bluegrass musicians from the Santa Fe area. This bluegrass and cowboy jazz flavoured group, includes the adventurous musicianship of James Horn, Lance Gray, Marlene Gray, Jerry Longmire, and Dave McKisson.

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


Youngsville

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!

Karibu Cafe 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. TFK Smokehouse 2-7


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.

Karibu Cafe 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.

Karibu Cafe 12. Don Choche 5-11