Get ready for a rousing performance of lively Delta blues and ragtime music, when Bennett Harris takes the Dutch Alehouse stage with guitars and harmonicas. What's in store is a diverse repertoire of traditional acoustic blues music. Bennett's song sources include Robert Johnson, Bessie Smith, Blind Blake, as well as modern masters such as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Hot Tuna, and Bonnie Raitt ... as well as original tunes.
Bennett's intricate guitar fingerpicking style is based on the Rev. Gary Davis ragtime-blues method. This carnival-like, upbeat sound supports Bennett's emotional singing and harmonica playing. He switches to a vintage National steel guitar for the gritty, downhome Delta "bottleneck" slide style. The metal-bodied resonator has a memorable, commanding gut-bucket growl and whine, perfectly drawling the rugged Delta blues sound of the American south.
The Village of Saugerties is holding it's New Years event again this year on Main St. from 10:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. To join in the celebration, the Dutch is extending our hours.
Stop by for great food, drink specials, and music before and after watching the ball drop in the village. We'll have our regular menu until 10:00pm then feature a late night food menu and drink specials.
Helping us ring out the year is The Band Innocent that will have the Dutch grooving into the New Year. Live music starts at 10:00pm and goes until 1:00am.
Reserve your table today!
Join us for a special restaurant week menu! New items off our fall menu plus a few specials just for this event!
32.95 for Three Courses with multiple options in each course. We are proud to be part of this Hudson Valley wide event! Make reservations today!
David Kraai swings by this excellent restaurant & gastropub to dole out two sets of fine country folk music with the help of Larry Packer (from The Last Waltz and much more) on fiddle! Mosey on out for a great evening of live music, good vibes and craft beers
FEATURING JON LIGHT ON PEDAL STEEL
"His vocals are as weathered as an old highway sign and as inviting as your favorite mom and pop diner... Overall, the collection is the musical equivalent of the Great American Novel: a work that captures what it means to be human – the shortcomings and the triumphs, the heartaches and the joys." - Paula Cummings, NYSMusic.com
"A kind of high-drama ambient American rock with equal parts grit and ether. Its affinities are many: Wilco, Calexico, Ryan Adams, Drive-by Truckers, Neil Young…do I need to continue? What the references don’t necessarily suggest is how nicely crafted and layered these relatively crunchy, hard-rocking tracks are: dark, shimmering, electric desert snarl; good stuff, well-played and even-better-conceived. It is not hard to imagine any of these songs showing up in a stylized modern Western." - John Burdick, Hudson Valley One
"Mountain Time isn’t something you hear too often nowadays, and I do mean that as a compliment. This is a record I could see my Dad playing through the stereo while working together in my childhood garage. It’s a record to drive through the flat-plained area of the country with. It’s white-collar in blue-collar clothing." - TJ Foster, DigitalWheatPaste.com
Jules Taylor is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Texas. He is currently living in the Catskill Mountains of Upstate New York. His latest album, Mountain Time, was released in May of 2018.
His early years were spent in South Texas, growing up in a small town called Lyford. Spending his early adulthood so close to the Mexican border left an indelible mark on his musical compositions. Traditional Mexican folk music, Classic Country, and Texas Blues influences have shaped his songwriting, groove, and musical tonality.
After relocating to Nashville in 2005, Jules worked on Music Row as an engineer, and later operated a studio out of his home, where he produced up and coming singer-songwriters and independent rock acts. After relocating to the Hudson Valley, Jules’ focus shifted to his own musical compositions.
His Rock ‘n’ Roll band EL YEAH! released an EP in November of 2014 entitled “Welcome to August”. EL YEAH! features a grunge rock sound, mixed with a Southern rock influence. Jules has now returned to his roots, having written several new songs that display his affection for Folk and Americana music. There is a heavy Appalachian influence, laced with ether and maybe some peyote.
He is known for ‘live looping’ during his solo performances. Using only an acoustic guitar, and a variety of floor pedals, he creates large sonic landscapes that are far beyond your typical singer-songwriters. In 2017, Jules was a featured performer at the Y2K17 Providence International Live Looping Festival.
The Avalanches, BK
Brooklyn's most radical Americana / Alt-Country / Bluegrass outfit finally hits the shores of upstate's treasure cove Saugerties!
Get ready to be entertained by
Nikolaus Schuhbeck - guitar, vocals
Andrea Monorchio - guitar, vocals
Rachael Stollar - banjo, tenor guitar, vocals
Paul LeFebvre - pedal steel, dobro
Bring your friends, enemies & family!
Join us for Saugerties First Friday!
We will have drink specials at our bar from 5-7pm including $3 glasses of wine.
Live Music starting at 830pm with James Hearne!
Our First Friday dinner special will be our famous Smoked Pork Shoulder, served with Western NC BBQ Sauce, cole slaw, cornbread and collard greens.
Please join us for a special night of music with Ember. Blending old and new, literally, Ember hails from Albany, NY featuring Dennis Blaine and Lucas Carlson.
Dennis is a veteran of the Albany music scene and Lucas is a bright new voice. The songs Ember plays range from Beatles to contemporary radio hits.
Ember's unplugged interpretations showcase both Lucas' stunning voice and Dennis' sweet guitar.
Join us Friday for a live broadcast with Greg Gattine from Radio Woodstock WDST 730-930 and Live Music with Sometimes Sinners.
Singer/guitarist Doug Yoel will perform an evening of classic Americana with pedal steel wiz Jon Light at the Dutch Ale House on Friday August 24.
Expect to hear favorites by the likes of Johnny Cash, Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, James Taylor, Willie Nelson and more, as well as original songs from Doug’s Sometime Sinners catalog.
Doug Yoel has been entertaining audiences with his music throughout the NY area since the late 1900’s. He also performs as a DJ, and has amassed international Grammy awards as a record producer. In 2012 he formed country-rock band Sin City Woodstock, now known as Sometime Sinners. Their first release, “City Song,” came out in June, and has been featured on regional and national radio programs.
Jon Light hails from Brooklyn, NY and now calls the Hudson Valley his home. His lush pedal steel textures have been a welcome presence in our music scene.
A blend of powerhouse vocals, poetic lyrics, and melodies to soothe the soul... Logan Callahan is a musician who seeks to blur genre lines while performing, switching from radio pop to '90s grunge covers in a single set. His original music seeks to accomplish this same feat by avoiding labels and letting every tone speak for itself. With influences ranging from Jeff Buckley to Chris Cornell and a hint of Prince, Callahan is sure to keep audiences on their toes.
For this year’s festival, Logan has put together a very special one-off trio of himself, Ian Flanigan and Josh Mitchell of For No One for a special performance.
Logan Callahan is currently working on material for his second album all the while broadening the moods and style of his music to give everyone something to enjoy.
Join us for First Friday!
We have our smoked pork shoulder dinner special with wester NC bbq sauce, served with greens, cornbread and coleslaw.
Featuring the BRAND NEW sour from Peekskill Brewery!
Wine Specials $3 from 5-7pm
And ending with LIVE MUSIC With Erin Powers at 9pm!
SEE YOU FRIDAY AT THE DUTCH!
We are proud to be a major sponsor of the BEST LITTLE CAR SHOW in the Northeast!!
Grab a beer from one of our 16 taps, or a bottle, or a specialty cocktail and take to the streets of Saugerties.
SEVEN Live Bands!!
Lights Out - Frankie Valli Tribute
Paul Luke Band
The Oldies Show