Los Lobos, 10,000 Maniacs, Holly Bowling, and more at Cohoes Music Hall

Catching up a bit on what the Cohoes Music Hall has going on this summer and into the fall...

The venue recently announced shows featuring Los Lobos, 10,000 Maniacs, and classical/jam pianist Holly Bowling. The schedule is below.

The Cohoes Music Hall has been operating on its own after a management arrangement with the Palace ended at the start of the year. Former Palace executive director Holly Brown is now heading things up as part of a management org called the Music Hall Arts Alliance.

The music hall is owned by the city of Cohoes, and stands on the north end of Remsen Street downtown. It's a beautiful, old venue dating back to 1874. It might even have a ghost.

Upcoming Cohoes Music Hall shows

June 24: Brubeck Brothers Quartet
Jazz.

July 14: 10,000 Maniacs
Mary Ramsey is now the lead vocalist. Tickets on sale this Friday, June 8.

July 20: Tab Benoit
Cajun blues guitarist.

July 21: Rumours: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute
As is says on the label.

July 22: Los Lobos
LA rock icons.

August 3: Satisfaction - The International Rolling Stones Tribute
As it says on the label.

August 18: KICK - The INXS Experience
Self described.

September 16: Holly Bowling
Classical pianist who reinterprets the music of acts such as Phish and the Grateful Dead.

October 19: John Waite
From The Babys and Bad English.

October 24: Ottmar Liebert & Luna Negra
Spanish-influenced guitar.

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