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Sunday, July 16th at 4 PM - 6:30 PM
Division Street Guitars
36 N Division St, Peekskill, New York 10566

This is going to be a fantastic show with our own sweet and sharp Susan Kane, the multi talented Mario Giacalone, and coming up from Brooklyn, songwriter, performer and founder of Porchstomp, Nick Horner. Doors 4PM. Show 4:30. $15 Suggested cash donation at the door.

MARIO GIACALONE: Brooklyn-born Mario Giacalone is a musician/singer/songwriter performing since the 1970’s. He has recorded as a solo artist with Bev Grant & The Human Condition, and has composed music for numerous stage productions. Mr. Giacalone is also an actor and director. His music will be featured in the soon to be released film 30 Nights. Mr. Giacalone continues to perform as a solo artist, and with his ensemble around NYC and Westchester. His latest CD is titled Only Thing I’m Sure Of.

NICK HORNER: Performing today with Luke Chohany as the raucous brothers-harmony folk duo “Nick and Luke,” Brooklyn-based vocalist, songwriter and producer Nicholas Horner hails from the mountains north of Williamsport, Pennsylvania. His artistic voice can be heard on over 20 recordings and films ranging from folk to rock, jazz, and pop where he has worked on creative teams with some of New York’s finest creative talent, including grammy-winning producers/engineers Ron Allaire (Pantera, Keith Richards) and Jon Rosenberg (John Zorn, James Moody). He is also a founder and producer of Porch Stomp, a non-profit dedicated to the advancement of folk music throughout New York City and serves as resident visual artist for Pennsylvania-based jazz label Corner Store Jazz (operated by legendary jazz drummer Phil Haynes). Horner has toured both nationally and internationally with raucous brothers-harmony folk duo “Nick and Luke” and with The Nick Horner Family, an eclectic ensemble which recently had the honor of performing as the house band for the United Nations’ Habitat III Conference in Quito, Ecuador, the first house band in the the conference’s 60 year history.

SUSAN KANE’s sweet and sharp Americana is an alchemy of stuff dug from the dirt, born from books, gleaned from the air, yesterday’s news and tomorrow’s daydreams. Her fourth CD, Mostly Fine was released in July, 2016 and has received confirmed airplay on over 150 stations nationwide. It has been played internationally in Australia, Canada, Germany, Israel, and New Zealand. Performing strongly on the Folk DJ charts, it ranked at #12 album in July, and the #10 song in July and #20 in August, #19 song (“Brown Eyed Women”). Blog described Mostly Fine: “...a set of potent originals that reveal a rich and eminently human inner world through the superimposition of the mundane and the magic.” Mostly Fine was the #33 album in 2016 on the Roots Music Report Folk Rock chart. Susan has been hanging with the Tribe since the early aughts.

Tribes Hill Kindred Folk Concerts are suported by a generous Arts ALive grant from Arts Westchester. Arts Alive Project Grants are made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program (DEC), a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature and administered by Arts Westchester.

Tribes Hill is a nonprofit organization uniting musicians of the lower Hudson Valley region and their patrons in support of a music community that aspires to common goals and beliefs. It is a conceptual gathering place for people of all races, politics, and faiths coming together to explore and celebrate the human experience through song. We believe that music is an affirmation of the spirit and is capable of transcending the human condition. We also believe that we must learn to coexist on this planet and that music, as a profound language, has the ability to unite people in a common experience, as well as help us better understand our differences. We see our organization as being a unique channel for music and its appreciation.

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