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Spaghetti Eastern Music at Hudson Underground

Hudson Underground Gallery 134 Warren St, Hudson

Spaghetti Eastern Music is the solo project of NYC/Saugerties-based guitarist, keyboardist and singer Sal Cataldi. Cataldi fuses Eastern beat, blues, techno and funk-influenced guitar instrumentals with gentle acoustic vocal tunes and looping, straight out of the John Martyn/Nick Drake songbook. Time Out New York writes: “Cataldi’s largely instrumental, Eastern-influenced jams are infused with some delicate guitar work and hauntingly moody atmosphere,” while The New York Times proclaims Cataldi has “a beat unmistakably his own.” Called “truly excellent” by The Village Voice, “a wide ride” by Radio Woodstock, “beautiful and unique” by WFUV’s Mixed Bag “triumphantly funkified” by UPI and “wonderfully melodic and off-center” by WFMU’s Irene Trudel. His critically-acclaimed new album “Sketches of Spam” and more info is available at www.reverbnation.com/spaghettieasternmusic and listen to the music on Spotify

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Sunday Afternoon Music Jam

Hudson Underground Gallery 134 Warren St, Hudson

Local Hudson musicians join together in a freestyle jam session.

Free

Sunday Afternoon Music Jam

Hudson Underground Gallery 134 Warren St, Hudson

Local Hudson musicians join together in a freestyle jam session.

Free

Joe Mangrum Solo Exhibition- Extended til Further Notice

Hudson Underground Gallery 134 Warren St, Hudson

Hudson Underground is honored to present a solo exhibition of new works by New
York artist and sand painter, Joe Mangrum. The exhibit includes exciting original permanent
sand paintings, utilizing Mangrum’s signature technique of binding colored sand on canvas
and carved-relief wood panels, as well as a selection of acrylic and oil paintings based on
photographic documentation of sand paintings, forming a feedback loop of visual imagery.

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LGBTQ Safe Space

Hudson Underground Gallery 134 Warren St, Hudson

LGBTQ Safe Space is a community support group hosted by Bob Adam and the Hudson LGBTQ Community

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POSTPONED TIL FURTHER NOTICE —Michael D’Antuono Solo Exhibition

Hudson Underground Gallery 134 Warren St, Hudson

Michael D’Antuono, often referred to as The Rockwell of the Resistance is known primarily for his hard-hitting paintings on socio-political issues. His film, BLACK INJUSTICE AMERICA featured Corey Booker, Van Jones and Eugene Robinson. He’s exhibited with Banksy, Shepard Fairey and Keith Haring and collected by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Pete Seeger and Malcolm Nance. He’s been the featured guest on Glenn Beck’s and Marc Maron’s shows and covered by many major news publications across the world.

Sunday Afternoon Music Jam

Hudson Underground Gallery 134 Warren St, Hudson

Local Hudson musicians join together in a freestyle jam session.

Free

LGBTQ Safe Space

Hudson Underground Gallery 134 Warren St, Hudson

LGBTQ Safe Space is a community support group hosted by Bob Adam and the Hudson LGBTQ Community

Free

LGBTQ Safe Space

Hudson Underground Gallery 134 Warren St, Hudson

LGBTQ Safe Space is a community support group hosted by Bob Adam and the Hudson LGBTQ Community

Free

Sunday Afternoon Music Jam

Hudson Underground Gallery 134 Warren St, Hudson

Local Hudson musicians join together in a freestyle jam session.

Free

Music by Mikhail Horowitz and Guitarist Gilles Malkine

The metaphysically unfit duo of wordshpritzer Mikhail Horowitz andguitarist Gilles Malkine have been performing together in the HudsonValley and beyond since April 1, 1989. They perpetrate increasinglyunlawful acts of political satire and recycle literary classics, adaptingthem to rap, blues, bop, hip-hop, high-tech hillbilly, and other, evenscruffier musical idioms. They also...

Sunday Afternoon Music Jam

Hudson Underground Gallery 134 Warren St, Hudson

Local musicians in our community get together and create a freestyle jam session. All are welcome, bring your instruments and play along.

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