As you can imagine all live performances have been cancelled , postponed or are in “wait and see” mode. I will post dates as they are confirmed.
I’M DOING THIS!
SUNDAY ZOOM CONCERTS!
Free and Every Sunday at 7 pm! From now until … I stop! Your invite is in the link below.
John Kribs is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: John Kribs’ Sunday Concerts Zoom Meeting
Time: This is a recurring meeting 7pm Sundays
Meeting ID: 787 2776 2962
December 26th 8pm
BOXING DAY @ The Caffe
… and believe it or not, this annual “Boxing Day” show from Caffe Lena WILL take place … almost live and with all new performances from Chapel Hill NC, Corinth and Saratoga NY! We’ve been working hard to make this happen. YOU don’t have to travel , you can isolate, hang in your bubble, be in another state or country and join us!! Onward through the fog!!!
Events – Caffe Lena 12/26 8pm join us on line!
YOU CAN STILL SEE AND HEAR THIS SHOW from June 2020 AT CAFFE’ LENA!
John & Orion Kribs , June 5th Caffe’ Lena’s Stay Home Sessions: John and Orion Kribs LIVE
Father and son duo, John and Orion Kribs bring an eclectic style to roots music. As multi-instrumentalists who have spent endless hours playing, listening and learning together, John and Orion are favorites around the Capital Region. They cover everything from Elvis to Carl Perkins to Gershwin and John Lee Hooker with harmonies that are only possible between a father and son. Tonight they will be playing a selection of original music on the Caffe Lena stage. The Caffe Lena Stay Home Sessions are performances recorded in the listening room, broadcast live for the community to enjoy during this uncertain time of physical isolation. Please prioritize your health and well-being, and use these nightly live streams as a respite from the stress of our current situation. Caffè Lena offers extraordinary music in an intimate venue steeped in history. It has been in continuous operation longer than any other folk club in the USA. First opened in 1960 in Saratoga Springs NY, the Caffè’s early years were entwined with the social movements of that era. Emerging artists such as Bob Dylan, The Freedom Singers, Arlo Guthrie, Emmylou Harris and Don McLean took their turn on the stage, alongside esteemed veterans such as Clarence Ashley, Mississippi John Hurt, Skip James and Pete Seeger. The venue has been called “An American Treasure” by the Library of Congress, and has received recognition from the GRAMMY Foundation for its contribution to American music.