Friday, January 30th, 6-9 pm
Berkeley delivers some of his most heartfelt tunes blending folk, rock, and classic pop to create timeless expressions of love and longing.
Soo Bak 4-10pm
Saturday, January 31st, 6-9 pm
The traditional, yet contemporary, Squash Blossom Boys bring together a mix of Old Time, Cajun, and driving Bluegrass music. Versed in jazz improvisation and music arrangement, the band creates a unique sound that explores the roots and boundaries of Americana.
Street Food Institute 4-10pm
Thursday, February 5th, 6-9 pm
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.
Friday, February 6th, 6-9 pm
New Mexico based folk-rock singer-songwriter Cali Shaw is a rising star in the southwest folk scene. Cali Shaw and his band make award winning music for an interesting twist on modern folk music.
Third Coast Pizza 4-10pm
Saturday, February 7th, 6-9 pm
Todd & the Fox creates banjo-driven, award-winning, venue-shaking, roots-rock and electronic music.
Karibu Cafe 4-10pm
Wednesday, February 11th, 6-9 pm
Born in the dust and wind of the Southwest a year prior to the impending apocalypse, Floozy is a time traveling, fun making, music machine leaving no musical stone of any era unturned.
Street Food Institute 4-10pm
Friday, February 13th, 6-9 pm
CAFE BOMBA plays Catalan Rumba, Caribbean and Cuban music. The trio is guitar, flute and percussion. Listen to the sound, energy and rhythm of this dance and listening group.
Tiffany Christopher @ Westside Taproom
Saturday, February 14th, 6-9 pm
Tiffany Christopher is a singer/songwriter/guitar rocker! She has a unique sound that pulls from many different genres of music. Her songwriting is both soothing and invigorating while the groove is rhythmic and strong. Her energy is captivating and her voice is undeniably stellar.
Street Food Institute 4-10 pm
Saltine Ramblers @ Westside Taproom
Friday, February 20th, 6-9 pm
Although the Saltine Ramblers have been playing bluegrass/Americana music in Albuquerque for the last 10 years, they can’t remember ever playing west of the Rio Grande. They’re going to play thoughtful originals and exciting cover tunes for the patrons of Marble Westside.
The Harmaleighs @ Westside Taproom
Saturday, February 21st, 6-9 pm
The Harmaleighs is a folk duo made up of Haley Grant & Kaylee Jasperson. They formed in early 2013 after meeting at music school in Nashville, TN. Haley had a repertoire of interesting songs and Kaylee was the only one of her friends to see the potential in them.
Irrational Pie 4-10pm
Ali Holder and Daniel Thomas Phipps@ Westside Taproom
Friday, February 27st, 6-9 pm
Daniel Thomas Phipps is a song & dance man from Texas and with Ali Holder they incorporate a wide variety of influences and styles, creating an irresistible folk-country-blues hybrid.
Kevin Herig and Kyle Ruggles @ Westside Taproom
Saturday, February 28th, 6-9 pm
Kevin Herig has an intimate and laid back style of songwriting, blending elements of lounge, surf, and indie rock and with Kyle Ruggles they come together, more often than not, to share songs and gig around.
Happy Gland Band @ Westside Taproom
Friday, March 6th, 6-9 pm
Sage and Jared’s Happy Gland Band (Sage on ukulele, Jared on upright bass) is a band of whimsy and unbridled glandulosity. It’s a band that will make you reconsider how grossed out you are about the endocrine system.
Pherkad @ Westside Taproom
Saturday, March 7th, 6-9 pm
Pherkad is a genre bending, experimental duo. These melodic instrumentals will have your feet forging a path into the unknown.