November 28. Washington-based singer-songwriter Zoe Muth has been lovingly dubbed "Seattle's Emmylou," and it's not hard to hear why. Her 2009 debut, Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers, and her haunting 2011 sophomore disc, Starlight Hotel, ended up in alt.-Americana bible No Depression's "Top 50 Albums" list, and her newest, World of Strangers, was called "one of the year's best country albums, even as it steps outside the genre" by The Fader. Muth makes this date at the Rosendale Cafe, and it's certainly a great pairing of artist and venue: The vegetarian bistro is equally known for booking top roots artists and for having audiences that actually listen. (The Bluegrass Gospel Project testifies November 14; Jim Kweskin and Happy Traum duet November 22.) $15. 8pm. Rosendale. (845) 658-9048; Rosendalecafe.com.