Online Press Kit
On this page, please find videos, downloadable media including a stage plot, and upcoming and past performance information.
Tabletop Three is an acoustic trio based in Rochester, New York. We play blues and popular music; featuring a three-part vocal trio playing guitar, harmonica and upright bass.
“Some of the finest blues harp you’ll hear anywhere, great slide guitar, solid bass. A rhythm section that moves instinctively through unique arrangements of blues, classic and obscure and pop standards. Did I mention they can really sing. Fun, fun, fun.”
—Scott Regan, WRUR
Media for Press
Flip Flop Fly (from our CD, The Tabletop Three)
Let Me Go Home, Whiskey! (from our CD, The Tabletop Three)
Bridge Over Troubled Waters (from our CD, The Tabletop Three)
Can’t Be Satisfied (from our CD, The Tabletop Three)
Well I Done Got Over It (from our CD, The Tabletop Three)
29 Ways (from our CD, The Tabletop Three)
If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day (from our CD, The Tabletop Three)
The Big Harp Blues (from our CD, The Tabletop Three)
Previous Performances Include
- Corn Hill Arts Festival (2010, 2014)
- Park Avenue Summer Festival (2014)
- Autumn in the Village of Livonia (2011—2013)
- Conesus Lake Arts Festival (2012—2014)
- Shifty’s, Syracuse, NY
- Ani DiFranco’s Babeville, Buffalo, NY
- Mirror Lake Inn, Lake Placid, NY
- Dinosaur BBQ
- Sticky Lips BBQ
- Dansville Summer Concert Series
- North Shore Grill, Livonia, NY
- Town of Livonia Summer Concert Series, Vitale Park (2012, 2014)
- Avon Corn Festival
Folding Up The Table
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
It was seven years ago that Tabletop Three got together for a gig on Conesus Lake. So it’s appropriate that we say goodbye from the lake as well.
We are playing our final gig for now, this Sunday evening, at 6:00PM, at Vitale Park in Lakeville, on the north end of Conesus Lake.
We’d like to gratefully thank you for your support over the past seven years. If you can come on out one last time, this one’s in Steve’s home town. Please check the calendar for the location.