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Infinity Music Hall & Bistro

20 Greenwoods Rd., Norfolk, CT



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Jane Monheit


Singing from an early age, Jane Monheit has toured the United States and Europe. Her fame is spreading quickly throughout the jazz world.


• Fri 9/22/17 at - 8:00 PM



X -- singer Exene Cervenka, singer/bassist John Doe, guitarist Billy Zoom and drummer DJ Bonebrake -- came together in Los Angeles in early 1977, Doe and Zoom (who had once played with rockabilly giant Gene Vincent) bonding over the three-chord, no-nonsense punk of the Ramones, developing their own three-chord frenzy, topped by the odd, flat, high-end harmonies of Exene and Doe. And within two years, they had conquered the burgeoning L.A. punk scene and they had Ray Manzarek of The Doors producing their first album, "Los Angeles." And from there, it was on to national fame, then worldwide acclaim, and here they are, 40 years later, much older, much wiser and much better-rounded (and Doe also pushing his very successful solo career, and Zoom now with his own model Gretsch). And in 2016-17, they're marking the milestone with a tour.


• Wed 9/27/17 at - 8:00 PM
• Wed 9/27/17 at - 8:00 PM

Wishbone Ash


Wishbone Ash was one of England's most popular hard rock bands during the 1970s. The famous twin lead attack that is Wishbone Ash’s trademark has never sounded better. Three decades have yielded much history and many albums, from the band’s eponymous first release to 'Bona Fide.' Renowned as the pioneers of a melodic twin-lead guitar style that has influenced many bands, such as Thin Lizzy and Iron Maiden, Wishbone Ash holds a seminal place in the genre of Classic Rock. Wishbone Ash garnered early notice for its unique blend of blues, jazz and English folk.


• Thu 9/28/17 at - 8:00 PM

The High Kings


Four top-class performers make up this ensemble, performing the great Irish ballads and introducing new songs from Ireland. The High Kings showcase their versatility and skills as multi-instrumentalists, playing 13 instruments among them.


• Fri 9/29/17 at - 8:00 PM

The Rippingtons Featuring Russ Freeman


Over the past two decades, Russ Freeman & The Rippingtons have taken the stage thousands of times throughout the world with just one goal in mind: celebrating the joy of life and music with their ever adoring fans.


• Sat 9/30/17 at - 8:00 PM

Cowboy Junkies


Cowboy Junkies' sound is based in folk and country but has a melancholy, deeply personal feel. The Toronto-based group, featuring siblings Michael (guitar/primary songwriting), Margo (vocals) and Peter Timmins (drums) and Alan Anton (bass), formed in 1985 and have recorded more than 25 albums.


• Sun 10/1/17 at - 7:30 PM

Chris Robinson Brotherhood


This Los Angeles blues rock band formed in 2011 by Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson while The Black Crowes were on hiatus. The band is on the road in 2017 supporting their fourth studio album, “Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel,” and its follow up companion EP, “If You Lived Here, You Would Be Home By Now,” both out via Robinson's Silver Arrow Records. Tracks have already been laid for another new studio album and the “Betty’s Blends, Vol. 3” live release later this year. Writing, recording and creating at a compelling clip, while performing an ever growing number of sold out shows across the U.S., Robinson is as energized as he's ever been in what's already been a long and historic career as one of rock music's most prolific and successful songwriters and frontmen. Joined by guitarist Neal Casal, keyboardist Adam MacDougall, bassist Jeff Hill and drummer Tony Leone, The CRB (as they are affectionally known to fans), are on the verge of their most inspired and prolific year yet.


• Thu 10/5/17 at - 8:00 PM

David Bromberg


Proficient on guitar, violin, mandolin and banjo, Bromberg's music contains elements of folk, blues, bluegrass and rock. Comedy and lengthy narrative stories are often inserted between choruses.


• Fri 10/6/17 at - 8:00 PM

Leo Kottke


Most often categorized as a folk guitarist, Leo Kottke and his music explore more than traditional harmony and rhythm. He often delves into the jazz and classical genres, but has a variety of musical influences under his belt as a result of living in 12 states. Despite losing partial hearing and trouble with tendon damage in his right hand, he has emerged as a widely-recognized master of his instrument.


• Sat 10/7/17 at - 8:00 PM

The Subdudes


The Subdudes came together in New Orleans back in 1997 for what they thought would be a one-night gig. They enjoyed each other's company so much that they formed the Subdudes. Their rootsy sound is mostly acoustic, with a strong emphasis on songwriting & vocal harmonies. Five albums & roughly a decade later, they split to pursue other avenues in 1996. After a few spinoff projects & a couple reunion gigs, three of the four original members came back together in 2002.


• Sun 10/8/17 at - 7:30 PM

My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult


Originally formed in 1987, Chicago's My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult started when Frankie Nardiello and Marston Daley met in 1987 while touring with the band Ministry. The pair conceived of an art film called 'My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult' (the title taken from a British tabloid) which was never completed, but the soundtrack appealed to a record company. The band has added several members to their stage show, though the duo is the mainstay behind the name.


• Wed 10/18/17 at - 8:00 PM
• Wed 10/18/17 at - 8:00 PM

Kathy Mattea

Country, Folk

Grammy-winning artist Kathy Mattea is an accomplished singer/songwriter in the country vein with a touch of Joni Mitchell-influenced folk. She's also a multiple CMA and ACM winner; her hits include "Goin' Gone," "Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses" and "Love at the Five and Dime."


• Thu 10/19/17 at - 8:00 PM

Who's Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band

Pop,Cover/Tribute Band/Performer,R&B/Soul

Who's Bad carries on the legacy of Michael Jackson's music for the next generation. The band recreates the music, choreography and legendary showmanship of Michael Jackson, from his days in the Jackson 5 through "Off the Wall" and "Thriller" to "Invincible." Joseph Bell has worked with Travis Payne, lead choreographer from the "This Is It" tour to perfect Michael Jackson's moves like the Moonwalk, which was introduced in the video for "Billie Jean."


• Fri 10/20/17 at - 8:00 PM

Albert Cummings


The singer-guitarist, Albert Cummings, a Massachusetts native, played in Stevie Ray Vaughan's rhythm section. He has toured with B.B. King and Buddy Guy and keeps up a busy tour schedule that criss-crosses the U.S.


• Sat 10/21/17 at - 8:00 PM

Martin Sexton


With charisma and amazing stage presence, singer-songwriter Martin Sexton presents an original fusion of blues, soul, jazz, folk and rock. A child of the '80s but at heart a troubadour akin to the independent voices of the '60s and '70s, the Syracuse, New York, native is currently promoting a new album of old music spanning his career, "Best of Martin Sexton, Vol. I."


• Fri 11/10/17 at - 8:00 PM