Sunday, November 15, 2015
Tribes Hill Presents...Kindred Folk
925 South Street, Peekskill, NY 10566
Our regular installment of great live music for us and by us is SUPERB this month:
Contemporary folk singer/songwriter TERRY KITCHEN's songs are portraits of ordinary people and emotions, captured with extraordinary compassion, honesty and humor. He has released ten CDs of original music since the 1990s, and his songs have won the Mid-Atlantic and USA Song Contests and been runner-up in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest. His latest CD is "The Post-American Century." www.terrykitchen.com "One of New England's finest songwriters" —The Boston Globe
MARA LEVINE has been called “One of the best singers of her generation” by Christine Lavin, and has been creating beautiful interpretations of fine traditional and contemporary folk songs for many years. She has an ear for both new songs and for classics that can be reshaped to sound fresh and new. Her latest CD" Jewels and Harmony" was #1 on the Folk DJ chart for January 2013, and was #3overallfor2013. Itwasalsonamed#4 Coveralbumof 2013 by "Cover Lay Down"Mara sings with various musicians, performs as a duo with Caroline Cutroneo, a duo with Terry Kitchen, and does co-bills with theLongIslandbased harmonytrioGatheringTime. www.maralevine.com
The EARTHTONES are a women's acapella group singing at various venues in Westchester County and neighboring Connecticut for causes and charities that are of special importance to its members. Based out of South Salem, NY, the nine women sing 3-part harmony (Soprano1, Soprano2 and Alto) creating a beautiful sound that is suited for a wide variety of musical genres, ranging from folk to medieval madrigals. Recently, they collaborated with singer-songwriter Marc Black and sang back-up on his newest CD on the title song,“Sing for the Silenced.” The altos are Susan Bozso, Eleanor Dennis and Elizabeth Meyer-Gross, founder. First Sopranos are Mariana Canelo, Jennifer Lahey and Kathy Rothfeld. Second Sopranos are Caro Giordano,Stephanie Harding and Mary Greenblatt.
ADAM HART's love of Folk-Rock music goes all the way back to the 1960s where he was exposed to some of our greatest folk heroes. His songs evolved from that tradition of writing socio-political songs. He has played with Riverrun for 18 years. Adam also enjoys playing in other musical styles as well, including Bossa Nova, rock, and blues. Adam is also a familiar face to Jewish congregations in Westchester, where he provides progressive music for worship. www.adamhartmusic.com