Eileen Mack has carried a song in her heart since childhood. She has formed duos and bands performing jazz standards, folk/rock, pop and Broadway tunes. She worked for many years with the late great jazz guitarist Jerry Lavene. Her recent partnerships include the Capital District’s beloved pianist Peg Delaney and bassist husband Bill Delaney. Kansas City transplant Wayne Hawkins and Eileen have partnered for duo and band work. Steve Zucchini of Zucchini Brothers fame and Eileen have worked on a variety of projects for the past several years, a partnership that really connects with audiences. She has also worked with pianist Nat Phipps, guitarist Dan Wanczyk, and pianist Johnny Vanstone. The George Wonders Orchestra is giving her the opportunity to have a fabulous “big band” experience. She has performed with various choirs and choral groups and is presently a member of Michael Musial’s Sage Singers in Troy.
Thursday, July 11, 2019 7pm - 10 pm
EILEEN MACK & STEVE VIGLUCCI
Friday, July 12, 2019 7pm - 10 pm
The product of a musical family, Colleen is the daughter of musicians Helen and Norman Pratt and the niece of well-known jazz man Bobby Pratt. Colleen performs with several area bands along with her own group, Colleen Pratt and Friends. The band lays down some swinging grooves and serves up some beautiful ballads on her first two CDs, Ain't Misbehavin' and Live at
Thursday, July 18, 2019 7pm - 10 pm
Demantra is a vocalist in the Capital Region who is still relatively new to the scene. She started off cantering at her church and singing the National Anthem at various events and has recently broken out performing a solo act. Singing music from an array of artists such as Linda Rondstat, Patsy Cline, P!NK, Lady Gaga, Adele and much more, she is ecstatic to be returning to The Stockade Inn to perform again. Don't miss out on some live music in a wonderful environment surrounded by family and friends.
Friday, July 19, 2019 7pm - 10pm
Cliff and Mia are a versatile and dynamic musical duo providing exceptionally high quality live music. Pianist Cliff Brucker a well known and respected pianist/drummer has performed with such well know artists as The Empire Jazz Orchestra, The Capital Region Wind Ensemble, the Albany Symphony Orchestra and many jazz and pop stars such as Leo Russo, Aretha Franklin and Bob Mintzer.
Mia Scirocco is a well-established and well-known singer in the Capital District area. She is admired for her ability to sing all styles of music from jazz to soul to pop. A much sought after vocalist in the tri-city area, Mia has recorded several jingles and demos and has performed live for important high profile events, such as Melodies of Christmas, the Special Olympics, OTB Tennis Tournaments, NBA professional basketball games (76ers vs. Celtics), and Albany's Alive at 5, Tulip Fest, and Gay Pride Fest. Mia has had the pleasure of opening for and/or performing with many talented musicians, including the Pointer Sisters, Collin Raye, Melissa Etheridge, Porter Carroll, Joel Rosenblatt, Andy Abel, Bill Harris, Dave Livolsi, Gary Deinstadt, Ken Gioffre, Brian Pareschi, Matthew McDonald, and Joey Berkley and the Empire Jazz Orchestra.
Cliff & Mia perform a wide range of great standards from artists such as Frank Sinatra and Diana Krall to Anita Baker, Carole King, Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder.
Thursday, July 25, 2019 7pm - 10 pm
CLIFF BRUCKER & MIA SCIROCO
'Azzaam's musical roots were derived from gospel, having grown up in a Pentecostal church environment. However, he did receive some formal training as a teenager, including classical music and theory when he enrolled as a student at Union College in Schenectady, NY. 'Azzaam Hameed was born in Columbus Ohio on August 16th, 1952. He was the 2nd youngest of 6 children, with 5 sisters. His sister Barbara was the 2nd oldest and the two of them had a particularly close relationship in which music played a special part.
'Azzaam pursued music on a full-time basis for several years, performing throughout the Northeast in several locally based top 40 groups. He ultimately decided to abandon the "road circuit" for a more predictable lifestyle and, in doing so, to develop a more versatile style as both a pianist and a vocalist.