Honey Slider is a folk rock/pop duo-band based in Albany, NY. Initially formed by Caity Gallagher (vocals, keys, guitar) and Alec Lewis (vocals, lead guitar), Honey Slider combines the musicians’ roots in musical theater with classic rock and folk influences. Bassist, Will Kidder, and drummer, Brandon Malowski, complete Honey Slider’s rhythm section, adding a unique energy and drive to the duo’s acoustic arrangements. Their latest EP, “Why Not Tonight?”, features songwriting that combines raw emotion and intricate harmonies to further highlight their storytelling.
A five piece band from the Mohawk Valley. Instruments include: mandolin, banjo, upright bass, fiddle, conga, harmonica, lead guitar and accordion. Our music varies...blues, bluegrass, a touch of jazz mixed with a pinch of folk music, sprinkled with a few jokes, a good time is had by all who come to see us.
Located in New York’s Capital Region, Everest Rising is a tightly-knit quartet influenced by folk, jazz, rock and more. Together they create a progressive acoustic sound that is unique yet comfortably familiar. Their innovative instrumental arrangements and thoughtful lyrics take the listener up less-traveled routes. With a wide dynamic range, Everest Rising’s material spans from heartfelt laments to all out rave-ups, all executed with instrumental finesse and attention to detail.
Big Fez & the Surfmatics are a four-man group performing classic surf and beach music from the early 1960’s and beyond. While all four members are journeymen musicians who have individually developed their craft through rock, country, bluegrass, and celtic music, it is the music of their youth, the music of the surf, that has brought them together to form this outstanding combo. Big Fez & the Surfmatics’ repertoire includes the great instrumental hits of the surf era, including songs by such greats as The Ventures, Dick Dale and the Del-Tones, The Trashmen, The Chantays, The Surfaris, and Duane Eddy. Big Fez also performs many of the great vocal hits of the surf era as well, performing songs by The Beach Boys, Jan and Dean, The Challengers, The Rivieras, and many more.
Tickets available online and in the taproom. Get Tickets Here
Irish-Americans John Haggerty and Mike DeAngelis have been performing Irish music together since 1979. In 2013, they founded their newest band, GET UP JACK, a culmination of nearly four decades of musical performances together and with other well-known bands, playing in the US and Ireland. John and Mike have had the distinct pleasure of sharing the festival stages with their original musical inspirations: the Clancy Brothers, Tommy Makem, and The Wolftones, as well as their more contemporary influences: The Saw Doctors and Great Big Sea. Drawing from classic Irish folk sound, GET UP JACK merges todays high energy Irish music with impressive vocal harmony and unexpected musical talent. GET UP JACK is at home playing in a neighborhood pint-swinging pub or performing on a festival stage to a dancing crowd of thousands - and every venue in-between. Old and young alike enjoy the moving beat or mournful ballad from these seasoned showmen, who have also shared the same festival stages with Gaelic Storm, Eileen Ivers, Solas, Black 47 and The Young Dubliners, to name a few.
GET UP JACK has released three albums that have been critically-acclaimed and award winning. Their live album, Alive and Well, Volume 1 was named 2015 "Album of the Year" by Celtic Radio, with their version of The Spanish Lady being voted Traditional Song of the Year.
We've made it a tradition to celebrate "Un-St. Patrick's Day" here at WHBC with the area's premier Irish Band, Get Up Jack! Though we're as far on the calendar as you can get from St. Patrick's Day, we'll celebrate in style with Campout Stout flowing at a discount all night long! Come early and grab a bite to eat from our friends at Buzzard's Bay BBQ and get a spot to enjoy the show!
Tickets are $12 in advance and can be purchased in the taproom or online.
Bring your friends, family, and canine* to Wolf Hollow Brewing Company on Sunday, September 15, 2019, from 2-5 p.m. for barks, brew, and barbeque!
Each ticket includes 2 beers or 2 soft drinks, barbeque buffet* and 10 raffle tickets. All proceeds benefit APF's companion care center where we provide quality medical care, training, food, and shelter to animals searching for their forever homes.
***The brewery is closed to the general public for this event, if you would like to attend you must purchase a ticket.***
*Rain or shine event. Friendly dogs permitted on patio and/or in tent only. Please, no retractable leashes. Vegetarian options are available with advance notice.
Jim Gaudet and The Railroad Boys make one feel as if they’re traveling in time, maybe back to Louisiana in 1963. Mel Guarino of The Bluebillies said, “There is no other band that I know that can sound so modern and yet so classic and nostalgic.” It’s at once, Old Timey and Timeless, echoing the sound and feel of maybe Hank Williams or the Stanley Brothers, with a hill-billy edge.
Jim Gaudet and The Railroad Boys specialize in a progressively flavored bluegrass sound often containing wickedly funny, all original, satirical lyrics. They are consistently entertaining and have attracted an avid, loyal audience. Don’t miss an opportunity to see this band which offers a change of pace and a lot of up tempo fun.
Tickets are available online and in the taproom.
The Annual Wolf Hollow Oktoberfest party is here! Join us on September 7th beginning at 12 pm when we open to celebrate the release of this years Fall Tree Oktoberfest! We’ll have games and prizes all afternoon and food specials from Buzzards Bay BBQ! Bring your own stein in for $10 liter pours and $5 smaller pours. We will have smaller (14 oz) souvenir mugs available for purchase as well. Activities for the afternoon will include stein holding, stump and pretzel passing. Due to unforeseen circumstances the original mug deal has changed. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The Dyer Switch Band plays hard-driving traditional, original and unique bluegrass, and acoustic music, and more.
Dyer Switch was inducted into the New York State Country Music Hall of Fame and nominated for five consecutive years as Bluegrass Band of the Year by the Northeast Country Music Association. In 1998 , “Gotta Feelin’,” from the band’s third recording, “American Airwaves,” was nominated for “Song of the Year” by the Northeast CMA. Dyer Switch has received considerable airplay in North America and Europe, and a song that band members JoAnn Sifo and Bob Bates wrote called ‘Silver and Gold’ was number one on the European country charts. Bob Bates performed on the Grand Ole Opry with Charlie Louvin (Louvin Brothers) for 2 years. The band has been featured on Northeast Public Radio and has opened for Ralph Stanley and for the Larry Stephenson band. This versatile, engaging band with dynamic stage presence has captivated audiences throughout the Northeast, Midwest and the South at festivals, clubs, coffeehouses, fairs and live radio shows. The band brings together hard-driving renditions of traditional tunes from first-generation bluegrass giants like Bill Monroe, Ralph Stanley, their own powerful originals and fresh and innovative versions of songs from other genres. The band’s fifth recording, “In The Spotlight of the Moon” on Independence Records, showcases the distinctive song writing talents, vocal and instrumental versatility of the four members. Dyer Switch’s original composition, “Just Can’t Stay”, charted the Bluegrass Music Charts shortly after its release.
A Bluegrass Unlimited review of Dyer Switch Band said: “The Dyer Switch Band has created a masterful recording that beautifully showcases their mesmeric charm.” – Les McIntyre. Bluegrass Unlimited. A sampling of the many bluegrass festivals at which Dyer Switch has played includes the Frankfort Bluegrass Festival in Indiana, Central Indiana Festival at Bean Blossom, the Tri State Bluegrass Festival in Kendallville, Indiana, the Stringbean Festival in Kentucky, the Central Virginia and Eastern North Carolina Festivals, the Pocono Mountain Festival in Pennsylvania, the Peaceful Valley Festival in New York, the Lake Champlain Festival in Vermont, the Oxford Festival in Maine, Country Stage Music Park in Nova, Ohio and the Prairieland Festival in Illinois. The band has also performed at many other bluegrass festivals and venues across New England, the Midwest and the South, and has been featured on many radio stations in its travels. Dyer Switch Band….Pick It Up!!!!
$5 cover at the door
Come help us celebrate 4 years in our current building! We know we’re a few weeks late, but hey better late than never. We’ll be releasing our Year 1 Black Lager (2018 and 2019 versions!) and the evening will feature music by Mike DeAngelis and food specials from Buzzard’s Bay.
All ages are welcome!
In the ongoing quest to help raise awareness and funds for research to help find a cure for muscle wasting diseases, 3 families/2 teams are joining forces for a fun afternoon filled with everyone’s favorite things:
Craft beer provided by Wolf Hollow
Crafted burgers by Burger 21
Cupcakes provided by Mandy Cakes
A portion of the beer and food truck sales will be donated to the teams! Any profit from the raffles and various other sales will also be donated to the teams!
There is no cover fee for the public to enter, only to participate in the tournament.
All funds raised will be donated to the 2019 MDA Muscle Walk at Siena College in September under the team names of VivStrong and Curefor4.
Tickets for the cornhole tournament can be purchase via the link below. Limit 32 teams.