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Hudson Valley, NY
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Thursday Mar 8, 2018 to Wednesday Mar 14, 2018

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Thursday, March 8
Thursday
7:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
Thursday Evening with Live Music on the Side
with E.C. Lorick
Acoustic, Contemporary, and Motown/R&B
Zephyr Restaurant
302 Main Street
Pine Hill, NY   See Map
EC Lorick is is NOT to be missed!!! If you have plans, change them. :-) You'll thank me later.

E.C. Lorick is an extremely gifted, insightful, captivating songwriter and performer. There are so many facets to this gem:

His voice is just beautiful. Smokey, understated, passionate, expressive, soothing. I could listen to him sing endlessly and never tire of hearing him.

It doesn't matter if he's performing a composition of his own or someone else's composition: At the risk of sounding cliché, E.C. makes everything he sings his own. His interpretations are flawless and original and compelling. His versions are definitive.

His musicianship is world-class. He plays the guitar, the bass, and the harmonica like no one else. Effortlessly, beautifully, dynamically.

When it comes to musical precision, tonality, harmony and passion. E.C. is not to be missed.
E.C. Lorick on the Internet
Thursday
7:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
Open Mic Night with Jeff Entin
Open Mic, Acoustic, and Singer-Songwriter
The High Falls Cafe
12 Stone Dock Road
High Falls, NY   See Map
Join Jeff Entin at the Open Mic Night at The High Falls Cafe. Registration is at 6:30 and music starts at 7:00. Come on down to hear some great music. You never know when you might hear the next up and coming artist from the Hudson Valley.
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Thursday
7:30 pm
to
10:30 pm
The Open Mic For The People By The People Continues!
with Anyone Who Wants to Show Up!!!
Open Mic
Copperfield's Bar and Restaurant
2571 Rt 44
Salt Point , NY   See Map
OK ....... ANYTHING GOES AT THIS OPEN MIC (WITHIN REASON) WE SUPPLY THE BACK LINE THE PA THE DRUM KIT! ALL THAT'S MISSING IS YOU!! WE START OUT ACOUSTIC AND QUIET FOR ABOUT THE FIRST HOUR !/2 OR SO THEN WE GO ELECTRIC..... ALL TYPES OF INSTRUMENTS WELCOME ALL TYPES OF MUSIC WELCOME! SPOKEN WORD WELCOME AS WELL WE ASK THAT IF YOU ARE AN ACOUSTIC ACT TO GET THERE EARLY AS THAT IS WHEN WE WILL PUT YOU UP IF YOU WALK IN AROUND TEN OR SO MOST OF THE TIME SLOTS PROBABLY WILL BE FILLED WITH ELECTRIC ACTS...... SO COME ON OUT AND JOIN IN THE FUN AT ONE OF THE MOST LAID BACK SILLY OPEN MICS IN THE HUDSON VALLEY!!! SEE YA THERE!
Thursday
8:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Acoustic Songwriter Showcase & Birthday Celebration
with Anita Rein, featuring Anthony Gach
Soul, Acoustic, and Singer-Songwriter
12 Grapes Music & Wine Bar
12 North Division Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Come celebrate singer/songwriter Anita Rein's quarter of a century. Anita will be joined by guitarist Anthony Gach (Harmonic Aggression).

It will be a night full of acoustic melodies, great wine and delicious food. Featuring singles from Anita's debut album "Barely Whole" as well as covers of classics such as Lauryn Hill and Alicia Keys. Nothing gets more intimate than a pop/soul birthday celebration!

Anita Rein is an Afro-Latina singer/songwriter focusing mostly on Pop, Soul and acoustic Indie. In addition to being a songwriter, Anita is also a spoken word artist and advocate for women's rights, rights for people of color and rights for the LGBTQ community. Visit her website to see her original video that explores the sensitive subject of body image.

Help us celebrate Anita's Birthday with some awesome live music!!

**Free Admission**
Friday, March 9
Friday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Real Country Music
with Tenbrooks Molly
Country
Redline Roadhouse
Cortlandt Manor, NY   See Map
Tenbrooks Molly featuring NY State Country Music Hall of Honor members Sal and Paulette Califano will be playing real country music at the Redline Roadhouse. Excellent food and drinks along with a great crowd.
Friday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Duo returns to the Bistro
with T.J. Santiago with John Bendy
Acoustic, Rock (classic), and Americana
Christopher’s Bistro
69 Brookside Ave
Chester, NY   See Map
T.J. & John Bendy will be playing at Christopher’s Bistro in a return trip. Looking forward to a great time. Stop in for all the goods!
Friday
7:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
Tompkins Corners Presents “The Sacred Run” film on March 9th.
Film
Tompkins Corners Cultural Center
729 Peekskill Hollow Road
Putnam Valley, NY   See Map
“THE SACRED RUN, the lotus and the feather,” a 55-minute documentary film by Andrea Sadler, will be shown at 7 pm on Friday, March 9th at Tompkins Corners Cultural Center in Putnam Valley, NY.

The evening will honor Dennis Banks (April 12, 1937 – October 29, 2017), who with First Nation people from North America and Japan, were joined by volunteers from thirteen countries on a ceremonial run finishing in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This remarkable physical and spiritual journey of a diverse group of all ages voyaging 4,000 km along the Sea of Japan, carried the simple message, that All Life is Sacred. Banks was an Anishinaabe Native American activist, teacher, and author and a longtime leader of the American Indian Movement, which he co-founded in 1968 to ensure and protect the civil rights of Native Americans.
General Information
Friday
8:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
The Chain Gang
Rock (classic), Pop/Soft Rock, and Dance
The Italian Center
227 Mill St
Poughkeepsie, NY   See Map
We are at the Italian Center in Poughkeepsie! Come and enjoy a wonderful Italian meal and enjoy an evening of Classic Rock, Pop, and Dance with The Chain Gang. Call (845) 454-1492 for information. Walk-ins welcomed!
Friday
8:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
David Kraai with Josh Roy Brown
Country, Singer-Songwriter, and Folk/Traditional
The New York Restaurant
353 Main Street
Catskill, NY   See Map
David Kraai doles out two sets of fine country folk music with the help of Josh Roy Brown on lap steel! A revival restaurant dating back to 1922, the New York Restaurant is committed to serving the community with an old world experience: where artists are comfortable making music, where Hudson Valley craft beer makers & distillers who produce spirits from field to bottle are featured, and where food is prepared by combining fresh new world ingredients with old world savory recipes that are delectable. So mosey on over for a most wonderful night out, y’all...
Friday
8:00 pm
to
10:30 pm
John Basile Trio
Jazz
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
John Basile is a formidable, sought after guitarist whose finger-style technique has produced five innovative and critically acclaimed CDs: "Amplitudes"-solo guitar improvisations; "No Apologies" -featuring Pat Bianchi on organ and Carmen Intorre on drums; "Time Will Reveal" -featuring Joe Locke on vibes and Bassist David Finck; "Animations"–with John Ambercrombie; and "It Was A Very Good Year" featuring two trios.

Guitar icon Jim Hall says "John Basile's playing has the essence of great jazz guitar: beautiful tone, marvelous swing, terrific technique, and excellent phrasing. You can’t ask for more!"

Legendary guitarist, John Abercrombie hails "John’s new CD has one of the most appropriate titles! Great Playing, Great Tunes, Great Sound...'No Apologies' needed!"

Admission $10. For reservations, call 914-737-1701.
Friday
8:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
American Rock
with The Edgar Winter Band
Rock (classic), Blues
Paramount Hudson Valley Theater
1008 Brown Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Edgar Holland Winter is an American rock and blues musician. He is known for being a multi-instrumentalist – Keyboardist, guitarist, saxophonist and percussionist - as well as a singer.
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Friday
8:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Folk Guild to Present Betty and the Baby Boomers, March 9th in Hyde Park
Folk/Traditional, Singer-Songwriter
Hyde Park United Methodist Church
Rt 9 and Church St.
Hyde Park, NY   See Map
The Hudson Valley Folk Guild's Friends of Fiddler's Green Chapter will be presenting Betty and the Baby Boomers in concert on Friday evening, March 9th , 8pm, at the Hyde Park United Methodist Church, Rt. 9 and Church Street in Hyde Park, NY 12538. Admission is $12; $10/seniors; $8/HVFG members. For info, call 845-452-4013 or visit hudsonvalleyfolkguild.org.

The music of the Boomers covers many styles. They have been described in the folk song magazine Sing Out!, as “a refreshing reminder of the halcyon days of American folk music” and praised as “an enthusiastic testament to the sheer joy of singing and playing music.” In addition to original songs, the Boomers draw on sources including traditional tunes, contemporary artists like Greg Brown and Dougie MacClean, and classic “folksingers” like Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, and Phil Ochs. Whatever the source of a song, it is “Boomerized” – recast in distinctive arrangements with rich three and four part harmonies.
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Friday
8:30 pm
to
11:30 pm
Rock n Roll
with Bloated Toad
Rock (classic), Rock (modern), and Covers
The Alley Kat
1677 US 9
Wappingers Falls, NY   See Map
Bloated Toad Returns to The Alley Kat!

Bloated Toad is a show in a party in a show! So stop by and join the party with a huge variety of draft beer, mixed drink specials and delicious food!
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Friday
9:00 pm
to
1:00 am
Rock and Dance with us at Our Debut!
with Cruise Control Band
Covers, Dance, and Rock (modern)
Patrick's Pub
925 US- 6
Mahopac, NY   See Map

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Friday
9:00 pm
to
12:00 am
Hurley Mountain Highway - HMHBand
Pop/Soft Rock, Rock (classic)
Whistling Willie's American Grill
738 Route 9
Fishkill, NY   See Map
HMHBand IS BACK at Whistling Willie's Fishkill location! Join us at Whistling Willie's American Grill for the best Feel-Good Music from the '60s and '70s (and beyond)! Great music, great drinks, great food, great crowd, and a very cool vibe! It's gonna be a whole lot of fun! If you love acoustic-electric music, you're gonna love HMHBand and their "Feel-Good Music" vibe! For more information: 845-897-0100
Friday
9:00 pm
to
12:00 am
A Boogie Woogie Piano Show!
with Scott Staton, Loren Korevec, Dave Keyes
Americana, Blues. Boogie Piano
12 Grapes Music & Wine Bar
12 North Division Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Three outstanding keyboardists will take the stage tonight in a Boogie Woogie Piano showcase and concert. This exciting event will recapture the early American art form of the Swing, Stride and Boogie Woogie Piano. Each performer will present his own individual approach to the form. Special guests vocalists will also join in the fun.

SCOTT STATON is a multi media artist who's been performing Boogie Woogie piano since the early 80's. He played with Denny Leroux and the Peter Duchin Orchestra for 17 years.

LOREN KOREVEC is the quintessential Pianoman! He was the house pianist at the famed Elaine's Restaurant in NYC from nearly 10 years.

DAVE KEYES is an internationally known performing and recording artist. He's played with Bo Diddley, Gladys Knight and the late Lou Rawls among others. Dave was bandleader/conductor of the Grammy winning B'dway musical SMOKEY JOE'S CAFE.

**$8 Entertainment Fee or $5 with Dinner**

Dinner & Show reservations highly recommended.
The First Boogie Piano Show at 12 Grapes!
Friday
9:00 pm
to
11:59 pm
Hopped Up Good Time!
with Little Rock
Americana, Roots Music, and Blues. Swamp
Resorts World Catskills Casino
888 Resorts World Drive
Monticello, NY   See Map
A night of swamp with Vito Petroccitto's LITTLE ROCK! A new band hailing from the Hudson Valley region of New York. The band includes Vito Petroccitto Jr (Four Guys in Disguise) on guitar, Jeff Schechter (Big Smoothies) on keys, Dan Hickey on drums, and Mark Dann on bass. Playing a mix of Bluesy, Swampy Americana, Rootsy Music, original and obscure covers. These guys with all the years of experience combined, can deliver the goods musically, and have a lot of fun while they’re doin it!
Saturday, March 10
Saturday
7:00 pm
to
8:30 pm
Catskill Cabaradio
with Elly Wininger, The Pine Hill Playboys, & lots more!
Acoustic, Singer-Songwriter. Music, drama, games,poetry, hi-jnks, lo-jinks and surprises.
Pine Hill Community Center
287 Main Street
Pine Hill, NY   See Map
I will be the featured musical act on this unique variety show. Come on out & feel the love. Or the laughs. Or the poetry, or the home baked cookies. Storytellers, music, hacks & boogies, curmudgeons, whippersnappers...Win Prizes! 6pm- Pot Luck Supper 7pm- Showtime! If you can't come to be in the studio audience, listen at www.wioxradio.org Bring the family for an all ages show. $5 Suggested Donation.
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Saturday
1:00 pm
to
3:00 pm
An Afternoon of World Music
with Datura Road
World, Instrumental, and Folk/Traditional
Kingston Artists Collective & Cafe
63 Broadway
Kingston, NY   See Map
Datura Road assimilates aspects of various musical cultures creating an experience that breaks away from the ordinary. Performing on instruments better known in other lands, Datura Road offers something that’s not often experienced by audiences in the U.S. Datura Road is Matt Nobile- Guitar, Oud, Vocals and Penny Whistle; Raphael Garritano- Guitar, Mandolin; David Budd-Percussion; Peter Nobile- Bass

Saturday
5:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
Streamside Dining with Live Music!
with Marji Zintz
Acoustic, Contemporary. pop/rock/blues/jazz, etc.
The Bear Café
295 Tinker Street
Woodstock, NY   See Map
Fresh, raw music streamside in the beautiful Bear Café...a feast for your ears AND your palate! See you at the Bear!
Marji on the Web
Saturday
7:00 pm
to
11:30 pm
Groove at The Cap with JJ!
with JJ Grey & Mofro
Roots Music, Rock (modern)
The Capitol Theatre
149 Westchester Avenue
Port Chester, NY   See Map
JJ Grey & Mofro

Sat, March 10, 2018 Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

The Capitol Theatre Port Chester, NY

$27.50/$40.00 (ADVANCE) $32.50/$45.00 (DAY OF SHOW)

On Sale Fri, January 12, 2018 12:00 pm EST

This event is 18 and over

This event will have a general admission standing room only floor and a reserved seated Loge and Balcony. Reserved Loge and Balcony tickets will NOT have access to the general admission floor.

JJ Grey & Mofro

From the days of playing greasy local juke joints to headlining major festivals, JJ Grey remains an unfettered, blissful performer, singing with a blue-collared spirit over the bone-deep grooves of his compositions. His presence before an audience is something startling and immediate, at times a funk rave-up, other times a sort of mass-absolution for the mortal weaknesses that make him and his audience human. When you see JJ Grey and his band Mofro live—and you truly, absolutely must—the man is fearless.
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Saturday
7:30 pm
to
10:30 pm
Acoustic Music & Java...
with Ang 'n Ed Acoustic Duo
Acoustic
Freight House Cafe
609 US-6
Mahopac, NY   See Map
Ang 'n Ed will be doing their thing at the Freight House Cafe in Mahopac. Always a good time here!
Saturday
7:30 pm
to
10:00 pm
Walkabout Clearwater Chorus and Coffeehouse
with Guy Davis
Folk/Traditional
Memorial United Methodist Church
250 Bryant Avenue
White Plains, NY   See Map
Davis once said, "I like antiques and old things, old places, that still have the dust of those who've gone before us lying upon them." Blowing that dust off just enough to see its beauty is something Guy has excelled at for over 20 years of songwriting and performing. It's no wonder his reverence for the blues masters who've gone before has been evident in every album he's ever recorded or concert he's given.

Guy has had his musical storytelling influenced by artists like Blind Willie McTell and Big Bill Broonzy, and his musicality from artists as diverse as Lightnin' Hopkins and Babatunde Olatunji. However, there's one man that Guy most credits for his harmonica techniques -- that man is Sonny Terry.

Guy Davis has spent his musical life carrying his message of the blues around the world, from the Equator to the Arctic Circle. His work as an actor, author, and music teacher earmark him as both a Renaissance man and a true ambassador of the blues.
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Saturday
7:30 pm
to
9:00 pm
Creative concert in bucolic setting
with neq band
Americana, World, and Jazz
Spencertown Academy Arts Center
790 State Route 203
Spencertown, NY   See Map
Spencertown Academy Concert Series presents NEQ on Saturday. March 10 at 7:30pm. The Hudson Valley-based band plays rock, Americana, Afro-Cuban, classical, funk, and ethnic grooves, engaging the listener with a dynamic sound and a collision of musical styles. Cabaret-style seating general admission tickets ($20 public, $15 Academy members, $10 students, and $5 for student members) may be purchased in advance via www.spencertownacademy.org and will be available at the door.

The NEQ concert in Spencertown will feature original music, as well as instrumental arrangements of cover material. The covers will draw from multiple genres, including rock (Neil Young’s “Like a Hurricane”), pop (Jimmy Webb’s “Wichita Lineman”), Latin jazz (Dizzy Gillespie’s and Chano Pozo’s “Soul Sauce”), classical (Joaquin Rodrigo’s “Concierto de Aranjuez”), and others. The group’s original compositions also incorporate multiple genres, while presenting a cohesive, unique sensibility.
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Saturday
8:00 pm
to
10:30 pm
Lady Got Chops Women's Music Fest presents: Sage, with Lakecia Benjamin (alto sax)
Jazz
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
SAGE, the all-women jazz, blues and contemporary ensemble, has dared to rise to their historic place in music with a sound that transcends time and generation. Part contemporary, part sassy, part nostalgic, these ladies deliver what every music audience is looking for, the best in the art.

SAGE features Lakecia Benjamin on alto sax, Camille Thurman on tenor sax, Charissa Rowe Douse on violin and vocals, Yayoi Ikawa on keys, Endia Owens bass, and Sanah Kadoura on drums.

The group has appeared with Ray Charles, Denzel Washington, Regina Carter, the Duke Ellington Show Choir and many others. SAGE also headlined at the 2009 Inaugural Ball.

$15 admission

To reserve seating, call (914) 737-1701.
LGC Women's Music Festival produced by Kim Clarke.
Saturday
8:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
Fore!!
with "The Acquaintances"
Acoustic, Rock (classic). Americlectic
Provisions
114 Mill Hill Road
Woodstock, NY   See Map
We are very happy to be playing at this great restaurant in their brand new location. Family run by two really great folks. This will be our first time here and also the first time they will be featuring music. Come join us for some great food and good times in a very relaxed atmosphere. Emily and Tony are great hosts and you'll feel at home as soon as you walk in the door. Let's "get Acquainted"
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Saturday
8:30 pm
The Crossroads Band
Rock (classic), Blues, and Country
Whistling Willie’s
184 main St.
Cold Spring, NY   See Map
Saturday
8:30 pm
to
11:30 pm
Rhythm & Jules
Covers, Pop/Soft Rock, and Motown/R&B
Piano Piano Wine Bar
1064 Main Street
Fishkill, NY   See Map
Come in for the wine and stay for the music. Julie & Steve play a little of everything so it's guaranteed you'll have a great night.
Saturday
8:30 pm
to
11:30 pm
The B Boyz
Motown/R&B, Funk, and Soul
The High Falls Cafe
12 Stone Dock Road (off Berme and Canal)
High Falls, NY   See Map
Featuring Tom, Benni, Barry, Mark, Peter, Mike, and Barry the Boys play Soul, funk, R&B, and all flavors in between.

Originating in the Hudson Valley this seven piece band features a boogie-down horn section that brings everyone out on the dance floor. Bring your dancing shoes!
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Saturday
8:30 pm
to
11:30 pm
Rock n Roll
with Full Throttle Band
Rock (classic), Rock (modern), and Covers
The Alley Kat
1677 US 9
Wappingers Falls, NY   See Map
Full Throttle plays The Alley Kat!

Full Throttle brings classic Rock & Roll to the Alley Kat! The Alley Kat offers a wide selection of draft beer, a fully stocked bar, great food and appetizers - enough said!
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Saturday
9:00 pm
to
1:00 am
Back to the Casino!
with Cruise Control Band
Covers, Dance, and Rock (modern)
Resorts World Catskills
888 Resorts World Drive
Monticello, NY   See Map
Cruise Control is coming back to the biggest resort venue to come to the Hudson Valley in decades! Come hang out and party with us at the Bar 360.
Saturday
9:00 pm
to
12:00 am
Soul, R&B, Funk, Blues & Motown!
with STAX of Soul
Motown/R&B. Soul
12 Grapes Music & Wine Bar
12 North Division Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
STAX performs the sweet Soul music of Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Eddie Floyd, Sam and Dave, Booker T & the MGs, to name a few. All the musicians are top notch veterans, and will take you to the Soul Zone and keep you there all night! Featuring Bill Hudson's electrifying tribute to the Godfather of Soul, James Brown!!

STAX of Soul band is Tommy Sochor (drums), Tony Pagano (guitar), Gary Broderson (keys), Anthony Nisi (bass), Chris Bonano & Ron Knittle (horns), and Featuring Bill Hudson on vocals.

Table seating is guaranteed for dinner patrons only. Diners keep their tables for the duration of the show.

**$10 Entertainment Fee or $5 with dinner entree**

Entertainment Fee goes directly to the band. Thank you for supporting live music.
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Saturday
10:00 pm
to
3:00 am
A night with The Serpentones
with DeCoster, The Serpentones
Acoustic, Alternative, and Americana
Olive’s Nyack
118A Main Street
Nyack, NY   See Map
DECOSTER, Acoustic Pop duo with music influenced by 80s acts like Tears For Fears and Corey Hart, shares the stage with The Serpentones, a rockabilly good time Band from Brooklyn, to shake things up at Olive’s Nyack on Saturday, March 10 at 10 pm. $5 cover and you can raise your glasses to a spring that’s waiting for you around the corner.
Sunday, March 11
Sunday
4:00 pm
Showcase...
with Becoming Human, with Marji Zintz on vocals, Jim Kunkel on guitars, and Mick Kopchak on bass
Singer-Songwriter, Alternative, and Jazz. contemporary, original, innovative, improvisational, etc.
Lucy's Lounge
446 Bedford Road
Pleasantville, NY   See Map
Becoming Human performing a set of songs of observation, realization & transformation... There'll be two other sets of not-to-be-missed music.

Great spot for listening, and powerful music to listen to.
Learn more about Becoming Human
Sunday
5:00 pm
to
7:30 pm
House Concert
with The Young Novelists
Americana, Instrumental, and Folk/Traditional
RIVER SPIRIT MUSIC HOUSE CONCERTS
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY   See Map
THE YOUNG NOVELISTS, a Toronto based americana husband and wife duo are known for their beautiful harmonies and songs culled from their small-town roots. After the release of their second full-length album made us strangers, they’ve been touring Canada and the US relentlessly, earning accolades wherever they go. They were recognized as Emerging Artist of the Year at the Canadian Folk Music Awards, won the Grassy Hill Songwriting Competition at the Connecticut Folk Festival, and were recently named finalists at the NewSong Music Competition. Named one of the Top 5 Folk Bands to Watch In Toronto

“Like the Decemberists but rockier and less quirky, like Americana but quirkier and rockier, a talented Toronto outfit.” - rock nyc

“beautiful, soaring, rootsy Canadiana” - herohill
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Sunday
5:00 pm
to
8:00 pm
Live Band Sundays
with Soul Purpose
Motown/R&B, Swing/Jump, Big Band
Middletown Entertainment Venue
360 Route 211 East
Middletown, NY   See Map
Great music and dancin' you have come to expect from Soul Purpose.

Join Us!!

No Cover Charge

Food Specials
Sunday
6:00 pm
to
8:30 pm
Stellar Songwriting, Stellar Singing
with Marc Von Em
Acoustic, Singer-Songwriter
12 Grapes Music & Wine Bar
12 North Division Street
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Marc's original music is influenced by Folk, Funk & Blues, with a few choice cover songs woven in. As one reviewer wrote: "If you haven't seen Marc Von Em perform live, you're only cheating yourself."

Marc creates amazing amounts of sound and diversity through his voice and one faithful guitar. His chops are wide-ranging, from delicate finger picking to rambunctious Pete Townsend-type strumming. Marc is able to seamlessly switch his vibe -- his dynamic voice can go from smooth & soaring to smoky scatting. His harmonica playing is equally impressive and he sometimes uses it to accompany Muddy Waters-style blues on guitar.

Just off his 3rd tour with The Rob Thomas Band -- this year with the famed '90s band, Counting Crows -- Marc Von Em receives raves reviews wherever he plays. Rob Thomas wrote, "... when I heard his original stuff, I asked [Marc] to open up a 10,000 seat gig. Just him, his guitar, and his songs. He killed it!"

**$5 Entertainment Fee or Free with Dinner**
See Marc's performance with the Rob Thomas Band
Monday, March 12
Monday
6:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
Studio II Open Mic for Music and Vocals, with Host Andy Phillips
Acoustic
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
All types of music, instruments and vocals are welcome! Sign-ups start at 6:00 pm that night and music starts at 6:30 pm going until 9:00 pm. Each performer or group will get 2 songs or 10 minutes. Bring your instruments and voices! Come to play or come to listen. Bring your friends for sure!! You will also now have a great selection of beverages and foods to purchase!

Contacts: Andy Phillips will continue as your MC for the night, as well as the FB / MeetUp Admin and General Contact: Scarlett Antonia - Director of Antonia Arts / Studio Two

A $5 admission is requested for all attendees (performers and listeners). Proceeds will continue to go to Antonia Arts, the non-profit performing arts center where Studio Two is located.



Tuesday, March 13
Tuesday
10:30 am
to
11:30 am
Morning Music Club Spring Concert
with Brenda Ferguson
Classical/Opera
St Augustine Church
114 South Main St
New City, NY   See Map
Brenda Ferguson, organist/director and member of the Manhattan AGO, has performed as a soloist and served as choir master in many schools and prestigious churches. She has conducted instrumental ensembles and symphony orchestras in seven states: Michigan, New York, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Virginia. Brenda has served as director/producer of 30 musicals. Her three years as Director of the MMC Chorus was mutually rewarding with accolades. The organ recital will include works by Gigout, Vierne, Bach, Dupré and Widor. SNOW DATE March 20
Wednesday, March 14
Wednesday
6:30 pm
to
8:00 pm
Out of Ireland - The Beat Goes On
with Gravikord Duo
Contemporary, Folk/Traditional, and Celtic. NewFolkChamberJazz
Florida Public Library
4 Cohen Circle
Florida, NY   See Map
With a focus on Irish tunes, Bob Grawi on the Gravikord and Pip Klein on flute and percussion will entertain with their mix of traditional and original music.

Bob will talk about some Irish tales and harp music from Ireland, and around the world, and throughout history too! Be there or be square.

Irish soda bread and tea refreshments will be provided!

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