Lounge: Tuesday & Wednesday 5 pm - 9pm, Thursday & Friday 5pm - 10pm, Saturday 5 pm to 9 pm (Closed Sunday & Monday)


Relax and enjoy our newly redecorated lounge. Our Lounge Menu proudly features gourmet lounge fare, martinis, dessert, coffee, and glass wine selections to enjoy at your leisure. Visit our Lounge to enjoy an excellent meal in a setting that will make you feel like you're in a different world. The Lounge offers live jazz every Thursday and Friday from 7 to 10 PM.



Performer BIOS 

  Thursday 5/31 -  Cliff Brucker & Mia Scirocco

Cliff &Mia, 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. Cliff's 2nd CD, "Full Circle Featuring Leo Russo" will be released in late Feb.


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.


Don't miss this very engaging and musical duo!

Friday 6/1 - Kevin Green & Douglas Chilton

Vocalist Kevin Green has been performing in the area for over 15 years.  His versatile voice naturallyinterprets a wide range of styles from rock to jazz standards, folk, blues, and sacred.   Pianist Douglas J. Chilton is a graduate of the Crane School of Music in Potsdam , NY and has a Master's Degree from the College of St. Rose in Albany.  He has been teaching music in public and private schools since 1978 and currently at the Northeast Parent and Child Society. He has performed with a variety of ensembles, been music director for stage productions, and has composed, performed and recorded original music. Douglas is also the musician and Choir Director at Messiah Lutheran Church.

Friday 6/8 - Carla Metz & Larry Acunto

Duo - Carla Metz / Larry Acunto

Carla's vocal style developed through a variety of work over 20 years, beginning with her favorite, the classic standard, sung from the crook of a piano at a "speakeasy" near Boston Massachusetts. She worked throughout New England with duos, trios and full bands in establishments both luxurious and questionable!  Her exposure to so many types of music - and her first love, the classic standard - find her, and those who listen, enjoying music from the past with a contemporary flair and a few surprises from the present.  Larry has been playing one instrument or another for over four decades including performing with such luminaries as Steve Howe (Yes), Ian McDonald (King Crimson/Foreigner), Gene Cornish (Rascals) and others.  He has settled on the guitar (and occasionally the bass guitar and ukulele) to support the magnificent song styling's of Carla.  This "Duo" found each other about a year ago after each moved into the Albany and Saratoga area.  Friends of Duo speak not only of their musical diversity, but also about the ease at which the two musicians work, and the laughter that winds the tunes together.  Come and enjoy!


Thursday 6/14 - Azzaam Hameed & Annette Harris

Azzaam Hameed's musical roots are 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, New York. He pursued music on a full-time basis for several years, performing throughout the Northeast in several locally based Top-40 groups, but ultimately he decided to abandon the "road circuit" for a more predictable lifestyle and, in doing so, developed a more versatile style as both a pianist and a vocalist.  Azzaam's musical style incorporates a tasteful blend of Jazz, Rhythm & Blues, and Gospel, with colorful accents of Latin and Brazilian overtones. One can hear the influence of Ahmad Jamal (pianist), McCoy Tyner (pianist), Ramsey Lewis (pianist), Joe Sample (pianist), George Duke (pianist/vocalist), Lonnie Liston Smith (pianist) in the melodic overtones on the piano.  It is not a far stretch to say one also hears nuances of Johnny Hartman, Lou Rawls and Joe Williams when he sings. Azzaam is the Organist/Pianist at Friendship Baptist Church, Schenectady, NY, where he has served in this capacity since 1986.  http://www.smoothkeys.com

Friday 6/15 -  Completely Different

Completely Different is a trio of the area's most unique sounding acts. Specializing in all genres of music from blues to bee bop, rock to reggae and much more. All of course, with a very unique twist, both musically and visually. Hence the name, Completely Different.
Band members: Zeke Zeh-Keyboards, Vocals. Zeke is a veteran player and vocalist, co-founding several successful local bands, including The Chrystal Ship, Dwyer, Reed, Trent and Zeller, Babul, and most notably, The Refrigerators. He has shared the stage with national recording artists and legendary bands including Suzy Bogguss, Pat Boone, Joe Walsh, The Village People, Average White Band, 98 Degrees, and KC and the Sunshine Band. As Zeke has often said: I suck! And I've been doing it for over 40 years. We're sure you won't agree.
Ron Paludi - Bass, Vocals. Born and raised in Schenectady NY. Studied under the late Charles Orsini. Playing for 50 years. Original and founding member of The Changing Times, The Good Times, Sidestreet and Acousticology. Played with such notables as Bob Tessitore, Leo Russo, Rick Angerami, Joe Tullio, The Accents and the late Jack Fragomeni. Currently studying cello under famed cellist Yo Ma Ma and working in the studio re-recording cd release of The Harpo Marx Blues Band: The lost files from "A Night at the Opera".
Roberto Vega-Percussion, Vocals. Born in Manhattan, the melting pot of music and theater, He enjoys collaborating with musicians of all styles from bluegrass to fusion. Percussionist, drummer and vocalist.

Thursday 6/21 -  Colleen Pratt

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

Friday 6/22 -  Kylie Hotaling

 Kylie Hotaling is a soulful vocalist singing songs from the Great American Songbook. Her repertoire includes Jazz, Blues, Soul, &  Pop music from every decade. She is known for her versatile song list and powerful soothing vocals. For many years, Kylie has performed with the finest musicians from the Capital District and beyond in Jazz combos, Big Bands and Blues/cover bands. 

Thursday 6/28 -  Sonny & Perley

The exciting duo of Sonny Daye and Perley Rousseau achieves a rare musical symbiosis. The husband and wife team have spent the last several years developing and perfecting their unique blend of Jazz, Brazilian and International Cabaret which has become their musical signature. They engagingly perform the timeless standards of the Great American Songbook su! ch as Gershwin, Berlin and Porter as well as the irresistible Brazilian melodies of Antonio Carlos Jobim.  They keep a busy schedule touring with their trio, quartet or quintet performing for concerts, festivals and cabaret shows. Their three CD releases "Love Dance" 1996, "East of the Sun" 1999, and "Let It Happen" 2004 have generated international air play and received critical acclaim. It is in live performance, however, where Sonny and Perley truly shine. Throughout New York, New England and in Europe, the duo has captivated audiences with their warmth, musical honesty and broad repertoire often sprinkled with spontaneous, charming and humorous banter that only a 20 year marriage can enliven!  http://www.sonnyandperley.com

Friday 6/29 -  Peg Delaney featuring Earl Davis

Peg Delaney plays sophisticated jazz drawing from American, Latin, and Brazilian idioms. Her trio has Bill Delaney on upright bass and features fine poignant vocals by drummer Earl Davis.


Peg is a two time recipient of the New York State Council for the Arts: Meet the Composer Grant and was a semi-finalist in Musician Magazine's Best Unsigned Band Competition. Author of a Book of Transcriptions by Nick Brignola, Peg's work has been recognized by National Jazz Educators, Saxophone Journal, and NYS Music Teacher's Association.











Music Schedule 

Thursday 5/31 -  Cliff Brucker & Mia Scirocco

Friday 6/1 - Kevin Green & Douglas Chilton


Thursday 6/7 - Tommy Verrigni

Friday 6/8 - Carla Metz & Larry Acunto


Thursday 6/14 -  Azzaam Hameed & Annette Harris

Friday 6/15 -  Completely Different


Thursday 6/21 -  Colleen Pratt

Friday 6/22 -  Kylie Hotaling


Thursday 6/28 -  Sonny & Perley

Friday 6/29 -  Peg Delaney featuring Earl Davis

About the Stockade Inn

The Stockade Inn is located at the corner of Union and Church Streets in the historic Stockade District of Schenectady, New York.