Saturday, July, 16th at
Beczak Environmental Education Center
35 Alexander Street
Robert Hill Band “makes us want to slam down some moonshine and start a ballroom blitz” GUITAR PLAYER MAG
Robert Hill grew up North Little Rock, Arkansas, and possesses a unique gumbo of musical styles: urban and deep Delta blues, bluegrass, oldtime country, zydeco, ragtime, cowpunk, gospel, even a polka or two in spots. When you mix it all together, they just call it Rock and Roll. Johnny Cash was born there – what else needs to be said?
Toby Walker is Winner of 2010 NY Music Award for Best Instrumental Album of the Year!
“Flat out… you have to hear this great musician… I’m blown away”- Jorma Kaukonen Hot Tuna, Jefferson Airplane, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee
“As a blues guitar player, I am stunned and in awe of Toby Walker’s pickin’! Add to that his fine songs and singing and friendly presentation, and it’s obvious that Toby Walker is one of the most enjoyable artists in today’s Blues World.” – Steady Rollin’ Bob Margolin Guitarist for the late Muddy Waters
“A real killer with fantastic technique. He just knocks me out.”- John Hammond
Tribes Hill’s monthly Song Circle brings together top local songwriters and performers for a spontaneous, joyous, musical exploration of the human experience. Urban H2O presents these rising Hudson Valley artists in an intimate and informal setting.
“Tribes Hill is a vibrant part of the folk tradition.” –John Platt, host of WFUV’s “Sunday Breakfast” show
TICKETS $10 - Doors open 7pm
Includes FREE beer from our sponsor—Hudson Valley’s award-winning Captain Lawrence Brewing Company—bring your own mug!
URBAN H20 is a new performance venue in downtown Yonkers presenting the Hudson Valley's best local and regional artists. It is a collaboration of the Tribes Hill music collective and the Beczak Environmental Education Center. Shows are the third Saturday of every month at Beczak, an eco-friendly renovation of a former factory social club along the Hudson River in downtown Yonkers.
Beczak Environmental Education Center is a non-profit organization that presents exhibits and programs for all ages to raise environmental awareness and to encourage informed stewardship of rivers.
Steps from Yonkers Amtrak and Metro-North station. Ample free parking.
8/20 Marc Von Em & Gretchen Witt
9/17 Anthony da Costa & David Massengill