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Fred Gillen Jr Solo Show

Thursday, October 18th, 2018  7 p.m.

Fred Gillen Jr Solo Show

Six Degrees of Separation Brewery

35 Main Street
Ossining, NY

phone: (914) 432-5969

website: https://www.6degreesbp.com


Judy Kass and Glen Roethel

Friday, October 19th, 2018  9:00 PM

Judy Kass and Glen Roethel

Bronxville Women's Club

135 Midland Avenue
Bronxville, NY 10708


Larry Kolker Trio @ the Green Growler

Saturday, October 20th, 2018  8pm

Larry Kolker Trio @ the Green Growler

The Green Growler

4 Croton Point Avenue
Croton-on-Hudson, NY

website: www.thegreengrowler.com

Larry Kolker Trio with Sticks Levine on drums and Danny Elias on clarinet.  Right at the edge of the Croton Harmon train station.  This show is always a good time with great craft beer and fun friendly vibe.


Tribes Hill Presents Kindred Folk

Sunday, October 21st, 2018  4:00 PM

Tribes Hill Presents Kindred Folk

Hammond House, Valhalla, NY

111 Grasslands Rd
Valhalla, NY

Tribes Hill Presents Kindred Folk at Hammond House, 111 Grasslands Road, Valhalla NY

Celebrate Autumn with Tribes Hill!
Tribes Hill Presents Kindred Folk, bringing you the best in singer songwriter talent. Proud to be partially supported by an ArtsWestchester ArtsAlive grant. $10 Suggested Donation at the door. Doors 4:00PM, music starts at 4:30. www.tribeshill.com
At Hammond House for this show only, next month our series will be moving to The BeanRunner Café in Peekskill. One of the earliest surviving colonial farmhouses in Westchester County, Hammond House was built in 1719 by Capt. William Hammond, a Philipse Manor tenant. Col. James Hammond, a younger son of William, commanded the Westchester Militia during the Revolution. Owned since 1995 by Rick Rock, founder of Tribes Hill, Hammond House has hosted house concerts by such renowned artists as Joe Crookston, Pete Seeger, Jane Siberry and the Slambovians. Because of more limited seating, we are asking folks to RSVP. Please email fmrock@live.com .
We're very excited about this more intimate, unplugged (Yay!) setting. This house concert will feature a potluck, please bring food or drink to share.

This month we are presenting:
Tom Heany is a songwriter and guitarist from the Hudson River Valley in New York. His songs call to mind the traditional music of the United States, the classic songs of the '30s and '40s, and the stories we tell when families get together. His CD Reservoir was released in 2018. It's easy to hear Woody Guthrie, Stan Rogers and Paul Brady in his songs (and a little Chuck Berry, too), and Mississippi John Hurt in his guitar playing. Before turning his hand to songwriting, he spent years studying the songs of Jerome Kern, Rodgers and Hart, George and Ira Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Cole Porter and their contemporaries. He says, “Most of what I know about harmony comes from those great old tunes.” Tom is also the author of First, Learn to Practice and Practicing for Parents.
www.tomheany.com

Singer songwriter and composer Julia Douglass is a classically trained musician who has been a repeat featured performer on NPR's "The Mountain Stage Show." Her four studio albums have earned her the following reviews, "a sterling collection"--Billboard Magazine; "smart songs, excels at character" -- Jim Farber, The NY Daily News; "her songs are odd treasures" --Time Out New York. A native of Minnesota, she currently lives in the New York metro area. Julia will be accompanied by renowned guitarist and songwriter Peter Calo. www.Juliadouglass.com

Robinson Treacher has been featured on Sirius/XM’s "The Loft: Live from The Living Room" series, the WFUV “Sunday Breakfast”, and has shared the stage with such notable artists as Vince Gill, Iris Dement, GE Smith, Joan Osborne, Cheryl Wheeler, Amy Helm and Carrie Rodriguez. He has even been touted by legendary songwriter Don Schlitz ("Forever and Ever Amen", "When You Say Nothing At All", "The Gambler") as being, "...impossible to follow in concert." His passionate approach to music has garnered him some real attention as of late. His latest EP, “BORN” just won the 2018 Independent Music Award for BEST EP (Roots/Americana/Singer Songwriter). He has been nominated for a Nashville Music City Award for his song "This Bar" as well as for an NSAI/CMT country music People's Choice Award and an Independent Music Award nomination for his song "Long Day Good Night". He is a staple on the folk music touring scene, regularly featured at NERFA, the Kerrville Folk Festival, Falcon Ridge Folk Festival (Emerging Artist), Connecticut Folk Festival, New Jersey Folk Fest, Cape May Folk Fest, Key West and Key Largo Folk Fests and has been a two time recipient of the Audience Choice Award at Virginia’s famed Lyrics on the Lake Festival. Robinson has recently been spotlighted by the Rhode Island Songwriter's Association (RISA) along with the Philadelphia Songwriter's Project with award nominations as well and is currently supporting his upcoming release “Born” with shows in NYC, Nashville, and all points in between. www.robinsontreacher.com



Meghan Cary, Tom Cardullo and Carolann Solebello - Songwriters in the Round

Wednesday, October 24th, 2018  7:30 PM

Meghan Cary, Tom Cardullo and Carolann Solebello - Songwriters in the Round

The Turning Point Cafe

468 Piermont Avenue
Piermont, NY 10968

PRICE: $15.00

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE: click here

Meghan Cary, Tom From Nyack and Carolann Solebello will share the stage at the venerable Turning Point Cafe on Wednesday, October 24 at 7:30 for an evening of their original songs.  


THE GRAND SLAMBOVIAN HALLOWEEN BALL

Saturday, October 27th, 2018  8 PM

THE GRAND SLAMBOVIAN HALLOWEEN BALL

Irvington Town Hall Theater

85 Main Street
Irvington, NY

phone: 914 591 6602

PRICE: $27.00

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE: Buy Tickets Here

website: www.irvingtontheater.com

The Slambovian Circus of Dreams 20th Anniversary Halloween Event
Presented by Common Ground Concerts

Irvington Town Hall Theater
85 Main Street
Irvington, NY 10533
(914) 591-6602

Called everything from ‘hillbilly-Pink Floyd’ to ‘surreal Americana’, the Hudson Valley's own Slambovian Circus of Dreams is bringing its legendary annual Halloween musical costume ball to Irvington! Formed in Sleepy Hollow, NY about 2 decades ago, The Slambovian Circus of Dreams “is a riveting, mesmerizing, crazy, amazing machine of music.” (Chronogram Magazine). And this year’s Grand Slambovian Halloween Ball theme is “Legends of Sleepy Hollow”, so break out your finest Headless Horsemen, Rip van Winkles or other ‘skeletons in the style closet’ in honor of Washington Irving (or any of your other favorite literary icons, real or imagined).

With a rootsy psychedelica that MAVERICK MAGAZINE calls “mightily impressive and hugely original rock from the cool end of Americana,” The Slambovian Circus of Dreams' melodic avant-folk conjures with an exotic instrumental arsenal and palette of styles ranging from dusty Americana ballads to huge Pink Floydesque cinematic anthems. The Slambovians have pioneered the alt-folk circuit, staying on the fringes of the music industry. Fans fueled their career from the ground up to an international status. Having headlined major music festivals and venues across the US, Canada, and UK, this band has a devoted cult following."

All Patrons: $27.00


The Greenheart Concert and Presentation Fundraiser

Sunday, October 28th, 2018  5 p.m.

The Greenheart Concert and Presentation Fundraiser

925 South Street

925 South Street (former home of EMBARK)
Peekskill

website: http://www.thegreenheart.solutions

Come experience the Greenheart's work in Nepal through visual art, music, and spoken presentation, eat some Nepali food, and help the Greenheart fund its continuing work. The group have been cultural ambassadors from the USA to Nepal, and now they'd like to be cultural ambassadors from Nepal to the USA! Prayer flags, ropes of plastic trash collected on the streets of Kathmandu, Jim Metzger's photos of the trips, Peg Taylor's paintings of monks and temples... Our friend Mary Stark made this event happen! Thanks also to Scarlet Antonia for making her space available! Free event- please contribute or buy something if you are able, but we want you more than your money!


Tribes Hill Monthly Gathering

Monday, November 5th, 2018  6:30 PM

Tribes Hill Monthly Gathering

Hosted by Steve Scholle
5 Homewood Road
Hartsdale, NY 10530
914 330-2906

Bring a dish, bring a song, bring your own unique self.  We start at 6:30 and go til...
Have guitars, keyboards, rattles.

We hold monthly gatherings that include a song circle on the first Monday of every month. Sometimes we change the date to accommodate holidays; the specifics are posted on our calendar. They begin at 6:30 with dinner prep and music. We have our traditional pasta and salad dinner with potluck additions at 7 pm. After dinner music continues until about 10:30 with our collaborative song circle that includes music makers and music lovers from the Tribes Hill community and newly invited guests. We respectfully fit into the space offered us with about 20 - 25 people and plenty of acoustic music and song to share. We even help cleanup!

Want to host a gathering?

email Steve Scholle at srslle@gmail.com or phone him at (914) 330-2905


Christine Lavin Peekskill Homecoming Concert

Saturday, November 17th, 2018  8 p.m.

Christine Lavin Peekskill Homecoming Concert

Dramatic Hall

900 Main Street, Central Market Building
Peekskill, NY

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE: click here

website: http://www.dramatichallpeekskill.com/

Christine Lavin is a critically acclaimed and beloved NY singer/songwriter whose funny and poignant songwriting and engaging performances have endeared her to lovers of folk music everywhere.

“Lavin is a folkie’s folkie." Fellow singer Janis Ian has referred to her as ‘the unsung heroine of the latter-day folk movement’.” Boston.com

To the delight of her local fans, Lavin, a Peekskill native - born and bred - returns to Peekskill for her first ever 'Peekskill Homecoming Concert' on Saturday, November 17th 8pm.

Christine and her eight brothers and sisters went to Assumption for elementary school. As they continued through the local Parochial School system, Christine chose Public school, Drum Hill Junior High, and then Peekskill High School. There her English teacher, Mrs. Johnson encouraged her to write. Christine also twirled baton in Marching Band; she remembers Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy on the reviewing stand for a celebratory parade for a school game. “I was a fan of the Kennedys, even though we were in the middle of a routine as we marched by, I stopped twirling for a few seconds and waved like crazy to RFK and he waved back!” With that kind of encouragement, Ms. Lavin still impresses her audiences with great baton moves!

Ms. Lavin looks forward to reconnecting with her old and new friends. “We didn’t have a yearbook,” she laughs! I think that’s why I spend so much time autographing CDs after my shows—it's the high school yearbook I never got to sign!”

Don't miss this consummate performer and folk music heroine at this rare, and sure-to-be-amazing, concert event!

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Opening is area resident, Dean Friedman, who was label mates with Christine on Lifelong Records. Dean is marking the 40th Anniversary of the 1977 release of his top-20 hit, “Ariel.” Some of his other hits are “Lucky Stars,” “Lydia,” and “McDonald’s Girl,” “which was recently used in a McDonald’s commercial! Dean’s latest studio album is “12 Songs.”


Judy Kass at People's Voice Cafe

Saturday, November 17th, 2018  8:00

Judy Kass at People's Voice Cafe

People's Voice Cafe

40 East 35th Street
New York NY 10016

website: http://www.peoplesvoicecafe.org/

Judy Kass draws in her audience with soulful vocals and genre-bending exploration of guitar and piano.   Her 2014 debut album, "Better Things" and her 2016 CD, "Beyond the Ash and Steel" both appeared on the Folk DJ List of Top Albums for the years 2014 and 2016 respectively.  Judy's recent single, “Look at Us Marching Now’ caught the attention of Christine Lavin, who created a music video of the song. A finalist in several songwriting competitions, Judy was recently named a Top 5 Winner in the Singer/Songwriter category of the 19th Great American Song Contest.

   


The Greenheart

Saturday, November 24th, 2018  7 p.m.

The Greenheart

Good Choice Kitchen

147 Main St.
Ossining, NY 10510

United States

phone: 914-930-1591

website: http://goodchoicekitchen.com

Come and have a delicious, healthy dinner and hear the Greenheart play some music and talk about their travels in Nepal and India. With Laura Bowman, James Dean Conklin, Julie Corbalis, and Fred Gillen Jr


Tribes Hill Monthly Gathering

Monday, February 4th, 2019  6:30 PM

Tribes Hill Monthly Gathering

hosted by Barb Prisament
50 Clarewood Drive
Hastings-on-Hudson NY 10706
(914) 643-0923

Enter Clarewood townhouse community from Jackson Avenue between 9A and Sprain Rd. Once inside go over first speed bump and #50 is fifth home on the left. Please park in guest spots or past house on side streets (no parking allowed on Clarewood Drive itself).
FYI I have a piano.

We hold monthly gatherings that include a song circle on the first Monday of every month. Sometimes we change the date to accommodate holidays; the specifics are posted on our calendar. They begin at 6:30 with dinner prep and music. We have our traditional pasta and salad dinner with potluck additions at 7 pm. After dinner music continues until about 10:30 with our collaborative song circle that includes music makers and music lovers from the Tribes Hill community and newly invited guests. We respectfully fit into the space offered us with about 20 - 25 people and plenty of acoustic music and song to share. We even help cleanup!

Want to host a gathering?

email Steve Scholle at srslle@gmail.com or phone him at (914) 330-2905