Karen Hudson with guitarist Chris Karson at Café Devine, 33 Lower Main St., 6-8pm. No cover. Karen Hudson has been compared to Rosanne Cash by The Village Voice. Her musical roots go deep and broad—it's Americana for people who like to mix The Rolling Stones and Byrds with their Patsy Cline.
Yesah presents Silver Tongues, Richard Traviss, and the Adventures of the Silver Spaceman at Sidetracks, 9pm. Three bands from Brooklyn, Equinunk, and in between will showcase their sounds ranging from shoegaze to folk. $5 cover. Yesah is an independent label started by Jeffersonville native and Brooklyn resident Noah Barker.
The Western Sullivan Public Library Board of Trustees has rescheduled their January meeting. The Board of Trustees will meet at 5pm at the Delaware Free Branch in Callicoon to discuss January agenda items. 845/482-4350.
AL & John return to Callicoon Brewing Company,16 Upper main St., 8pm. 845/887-5500.
A distinctive presence in the New York Americana scene, Karen Hudson performs at Cafe Devine, 6-8pm. 845/887-3076.
Dose (Ramona Jan and Andre Turan) bring their special blend of original alternative acoustic music as well as eclectic cover songs and stories of their work with famous musicians to the lunchtime crowd at Café Devine, 12 noon. Solo accordion player and singer Doug Rogers will also be on the bill. 845/887-3076.
The ever popular Windy Mule returns to the Callicoon Brewery, 8pm. No cover charge, but all donations to the band go to cancer research. 845/887-5500.
Right Side Up return to the Callicoon Brewery, 8pm. 845/997-5500.
AM/FM return the Callicoon Brewery, 8pm.
First time at the Callicoon Brewery Gone Fishin, 8pm. 845/887-5500.