MUSIC CALENDAR

Each week we present live music in our taproom from local & regionally touring musicians.

We aim to feature soulful, skillful, & original artists in a musician's living room setting.

Shows are on Thursdays from 7-9pm & Sundays from 3-5:30pm, with occasional performances on other days. 

During each Thursday show, we feature a different "Musician's Pick" draft beer for $4 per pour.

There is no cover on any shows unless specifically noted.

Thursday, January 23, 7-9pm

Hitch & the Giddyup hosts a rollicking evening of bluegrass, Americana, honky tonk and a lot in between.

HITCH & THE GIDDYUP

Sunday, February 2, 3-5:30pm

Rock, reggae, folk and more from a talented trio featuring Joe Procaccini, Steve Clarke, and Dan Tressler.

OFF THE HOOK TRIO

Sunday, February 9, 7-9:30pm

Gabrielle Louise is a nationally touring troubadour noted for her poignant lyrics and lush voice. Her music is anchored deeply in folk and Americana, but undeniably drawn to rich harmonies and melodic adventurism. 

Known for her authenticity and candor on stage, Gabrielle's performances are notably present and sincere, a professional presentation of her private creative world.  Gabrielle has shared the stage with greats such as Richie Havens, Tom Paxton, Patty Larkin, Eliza Gilkyson, and Guy Clark.

**this is a ticketed event - tickets can be purchased here**

GABRIELLE LOUISE

Sunday, February 16, 3-5:30pm

Rock, blues & swing from Dylan's latter-day records performed monthly by Brian Anderson (upright bass & vocals), Chris Cavalieri (guitar), and Kenny Owens (drums). 

OLD BOB

Thursday, February 27, 7-9pm

Creative takes on jazz standards performed by Joe North on tenor saxophone and Buddy Griffith on acoustic bass.

JOE NORTH & BUDDY GRIFFITH

Wednesday, March 4, 6-9pm

A monthly vinyl night featuring an eclectic mix of records played on our taproom's hi-fi system. Bring a record to play and receive a short pour on the house! The 1st Wednesday of every month.

WEDNESDAY WAX

Thursday, March 12, 7-9pm

Gypsy jazz & hot swing a la Django Reinhardt. Think a smoky Parisian cafe or the Moulin Rouge at 4 in the morning. The 2nd Thursday of every month.

THE HOT CLUB OF BLACK ROCK

Sunday, March 22, 3-6pm

Matt & Jon, two incredible singers & musicians, hold down the 4th Sunday of each month with an afternoon of blues, soul, & holy rock n' roll.

MATT RHONE &

JON CHAPMAN

Wednesday, April 1, 6-9pm

A monthly vinyl night featuring an eclectic mix of records played on our taproom's hi-fi system. Bring a record to play and receive a short pour on the house! The 1st Wednesday of every month.

WEDNESDAY WAX

Wednesday, April 8, 6:30-9pm

A bluegrass & Americana session open to all acoustic musicians - hosted by members of Hitch & the Giddyup. Bring an instrument and join in the fun!

PICKIN' IN THE TAPROOM

Sunday, April 19, 7-9pm

Ridgefield farmer, musician, & friend of the brewery Pete Campbell returns with an acoustic afternoon of Grateful Dead tunes & more.

PETE CAMPBELL

Thursday, April 30, 7-9pm

Featuring four musicians from four very different backgrounds, On The Trail is a modern acoustic quartet that explores everything from bluegrass to contemporary pop, from stunning instrumentals to beautiful traditional songs. On The Trail is Austin Scelzo (fiddle and vocals), Tom Polizzi (mandolin and vocals), Chet Duke (banjo), and Charlie Widmer (guitar and vocals).

ON THE TRAIL

Sunday, January 26, 3-6pm

Matt & Jon, two incredible singers & musicians, hold down the 4th Sunday of each month with an afternoon of blues, soul, & holy rock n' roll.

MATT RHONE &

JON CHAPMAN

Wednesday, February 5, 6-9pm

A monthly vinyl night featuring an eclectic mix of records played on our taproom's hi-fi system. Bring a record to play and receive a short pour on the house! The 1st Wednesday of every month.

WEDNESDAY WAX

Wednesday, February 12, 6:30-9pm

A bluegrass & Americana session open to all acoustic musicians - hosted by members of Hitch & the Giddyup. Bring an instrument and join in the fun!

PICKIN' IN THE TAPROOM

Thursday, February 20, 7-9pm

New England native Jason Ingriselli has been making music over the last decade showcasing his authentic sound with a wide variety of local & national recording artists, from music hall stages to bar room floors and music festivals. Backed by a dynamic 4-piece band, his unique and powerful voice sits right at home in an ever-growing landscape of Americana music throughout the region.

JASON INGRISELLI &

THE MILES NORTH

Saturday, February 29, 7-9:30pm

Celebrate Mardi Gras with a 7-piece dixieland band that blends the sound of classic New Orleans second line with a modern jazz and pop flair.

THE BOTTOMS UP DIXIELAND BAND

Thursday, March 5, 7-9pm

With elements of blues, jazz, funk, and rock & roll, Hambone Relay redefines the modern organ trio with their unique brand of improvisational jam music. Since their founding in 2012, the band has played between 75-100 shows a year touring up and down the East Coast and have shared the stage with such great bands as Melvin Seals and JGB, Zak Deputy, The James Hunter 6 and New Orleans legends Rebirth Brass Band.

HAMBONE RELAY

Sunday, March 15, 12-2:30pm

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a traditional Irish session featuring fiddle, uillean pipes, flute, and more.

TRADITIONAL IRISH MUSIC W/KATIE MURRAY

Thursday, March 26, 7-9pm

The southern historic stories of The Band, the longing lonesome voice of Neil Young, the driving rock of Fleetwood Mac. These might be the references that come to mind upon hearing Brian Dolzani’s ninth record, 2018’s ‘Horse’. Brian is an American troubadour in the truest sense of the term - traveling the country singing his deeply personal blues, hopes, and stories. No Depression magazine calls Brian’s music ‘remarkably affecting’ and Lonesome Noise blog says his music is ‘medicine for the soul’.  

BRIAN DOLZANI TRIO

Thursday, April 2, 7-9pm

Modern jazz, eclectic grooves, and heady musicianship. Featuring keyboardist Scott Packham and a rotating array of talented area musicians. The 1st Thursday of every month.

SCOTT PACKHAM TRIO

Thursday, April 9, 7-9pm

Gypsy jazz & hot swing a la Django Reinhardt. Think a smoky Parisian cafe or the Moulin Rouge at 4 in the morning. The 2nd Thursday of every month.

THE HOT CLUB OF BLACK ROCK

Thursday, April 23, 7-9pm

The 3rd Thursday of each month, Hitch & the Giddyup hosts a rollicking evening of bluegrass, Americana, and a lot in between.

HITCH & THE GIDDYUP

Thursday, January 30, 7-9pm

With roots in classic Americana and bluegrass, the band defies categorization, due to the eclectic musical backgrounds of its members. Their repertoire includes bluegrass, folk rock and their own arrangements of both well-known and re-discovered classics — from Bill Monroe and other bluegrass favorites to Bob Dylan. They also incorporate original works by song-writing members.

WILL, MATT, DAN & DAVE

Thursday, February 6, 7-9pm

Modern jazz, eclectic grooves, and heady musicianship. Featuring keyboardist Scott Packham and a rotating array of talented area musicians. The 1st Thursday of every month.

SCOTT PACKHAM TRIO

Friday, February 14, 7-9:30pm

Bring your partner & pretend your in Paris with gypsy jazz & hot swing a la Django Reinhardt. Hot Club typically plays every month on the 2nd Thursday, but will be doing a special Friday show for Valentine's Day.

VALENTINE'S DAY w/

THE HOT CLUB OF BLACK ROCK

Sunday, February 23, 3-6pm

Matt & Jon, two incredible singers & musicians, hold down the 4th Sunday of each month with an afternoon of blues, soul, & holy rock n' roll.

MATT RHONE &

JON CHAPMAN

Sunday, March 1, 3-5:30pm

Rock, blues & swing from Dylan's latter-day records performed monthly by Brian Anderson (upright bass & vocals), Chris Cavalieri (guitar), and Kenny Owens (drums).

OLD BOB

Sunday, March 8, 3-5:30pm

A seasoned Americana musician, Doug Anderson recently relocated back to Weston, CT, where he's getting back to his New England roots after spending many years performing folk music in Illinois and Pennsylvania. Doug is joined by Alysia Love on fiddle and Dan Bonis on mandolin, dobro, and lap steel.

OL' MOOSE & FRIENDS

Thursday, March 19, 7-9pm

Two incredible organ/drum duos invade our taproom for a night of explosive psychedelia.

 Space Junk is Forever uses vintage instruments to weave simple melodies, stirring harmonic language, and frequent key and meter changes into impressionistic, aptly titled tunes that '70s prog lovers, mathy drummers, synthesizer geeks, and music theory nerds are all sure to enjoy.

Full Spectrum Dominance specializes in soul, hip hop and dance music new and old, and features members who have performed with Rubblebucket, Akashic Record, and the Bomb Squad.

SPACE JUNK IS FOREVER/

FULL SPECTRUM DOMINANCE

Sunday, March 29, 3-5:30pm

 “Shawn Taylor is one of the finest traveling troubadours performing on the circuit these days. Boasting world-class guitar chops, soul enriched vocals and an uncanny knack for capturing life in a song,” wrote Brian Owens, of Metronome Magazine - Boston in June 2018.

SHAWN TAYLOR & WANDERING ROOTS

Sunday, April 5, 3-5:30pm

Rock, blues & swing from Dylan's latter-day records performed monthly by Brian Anderson (upright bass & vocals), Chris Cavalieri (guitar), and Kenny Owens (drums).

OLD BOB

Thursday, April 16, 7-9pm

"Singer and guitarist Devin Tuel resides in Upstate New York, though her spiritual home is California, specifically boho Laurel Canyon at the turn of the ‘70s. Alongside multi-instrumentalist Stephen Harms, Tuel records as Native Harrow, her wondrous voice evoking both Judee Sill and early Joni Mitchell."- Uncut Magazine

“It’s hard to be utterly timeless and refreshingly original, but Native Harrow manages it with ease.” - Folk Radio

NATIVE HARROW

Sunday, April 26, 3-6pm

Matt & Jon, two incredible singers & musicians, hold down the 4th Sunday of each month with an afternoon of blues, soul, & holy rock n' roll.

MATT RHONE &

JON CHAPMAN

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