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Yarn - Cancelled
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances this show has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Playing passionate but heartfelt bluegrass-influenced music with a gentle spirit but a rock & roll heart, Yarn are a band led by vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter Blake Christian, formed in Brooklyn NY in 2006
Reelin’ In The Years: An All Star Tribute to Steely Dan
One of the most influential bands in popular music, Steely Dan was formed in the early 70's by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen (a Woodstock resident). Brought to life in performance by a spectacular cast of veteran touring and recording musicians, this genuine labor of love recreates Becker's and Fagan's complex, timeless arrangements.
"Quinn Sullivan may also be the most gifted guitar prodigy on the planet, a blues player of jaw dropping virtuosity and depth who could turn out to be the Clapton of his generation" - The Washington Post
Martin Pizzarelli Trio & Friends
Ft. Martin Pizzarelli (bass), Hyuna Park (piano), Linus Wyrsch (clarinet, sax), Alexia Gardner (vocals), Mark Sganga (guitar), Ben Sapporito (drums)
Among his peers, he is considered one of the most swinging bassists on the scene and a “keeper of the flame” who masters the style like no one else today. His core collaborators are two young and energetic forces of the New York jazz scene, pianist Hyuna Park and clarinetist/tenor saxophonist Linus Wyrsch.
Kofi Baker’s Cream Faith
Kofi Baker is keeping the music of his famous father, Ginger Baker, alive with this tribute to the music of Cream and Blind Faith. Baker is a powerhouse drummer who would be a standout in any band. His playing certainly recalls his father's style, but as with his bandmates, he made the parts his own with unique fills and inventive improvisations.
Popa Chubby Band | Big B'Day Show
Popa Chubby’s 63rd Birthday Bash Ft. Dave Keyes, Stefano Giudici, Max Barrett, and special guests!
Popa Chubby's bold approach to blues continues as he plays more than 200 club dates a year, and releases his albums worldwide. "Popa Chubby’s a big man....but his music is much bigger....[Chubby will] continue carrying the torch for the blues....and put on a damn good show. What more can one say?" - Elmore
The Oz Noy Organ Trio with Anton Fig & Gary Versace
Ft. Oz Noy (Guitar), Gary Versace (Organ), Anton Fig (Drums)
Israeli-born guitarist Oz Noy is a progressive and iconoclastic artist who incorporates a wide array of styles into his own work, including funk, rock, blues, and jazz.
Jeff 'Tain' Watts Quintet | "Post Pandemic Parables"
ft. Jeff 'Tain' Watts (Drums, Compositions), Don Byron (Reeds), Paul Bollenback (Guitar), James Francies (Keys), Yunior Terry (Bass)
"Post Pandemic Parables" - composed by Jeff 'Tain' Watts - is a Chamber Music America New Jazz Works commission funded through the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
The Yacht Lobsters
Yacht Lobsters sail the waves of the butteriest Soft Rock of the 70's and early 80's. Their big sound recreates - and at times reimagines - the studio mastery of retro-rock icons like Steely Dan, the Doobie Brothers, Hall & Oates, Toto, etc.
Toombs Dixon | Origins of Rock & Roll
Jack Petruzzelli (guitar, vocals), Rich Pagano (drums vocals), Jay Collins (sax, vocals), Peter Yarin (keys, vocals) & Ben Zwerin (bass).
Jack Petruzzelli and Rich Pagano - both of the world renowned Beatles tribute ensemble THE FAB FAUX - have created a new project performing music from the very origins of Rock and Roll, Juke Joint and Soul Blues, once known as "The Devil’s Music". Listen and dance.
Salsa Dance Night! w/ Cuboricua
The name Cuboricua was inspired by the music of Cuba and Puerto Rico. Cuboricua identifies with the rhythms and melodies of the Caribbean; Salsa, Son, Rumba, Bomba, Plena, as well as Merengue.
No Reservations. Upstairs - large open dance floor with limited seating. The Falcon Underground will be open for dining.
The Dark Horses | George Harrison Tribute
The Dark Horses, a powerhouse line-up of nine Orange County NY musicians, bring to life Harrison’s musical legacy from his Cavern Club days with the Beatles through his solo career, including collaborations with Eric Clapton, Jeff Lynne, and The Traveling Wilburys.
Amendola Vs. Blades w/ special guests Skerik & Cyro Baptista
The adventurous California-based duo of Will Blades on Hammond B3 and clavinet and Scott Amendola on drums/percussion/electronics takes “an intoxicating sonic journey” (JazzTimes) through odd-meter prog, dark-hued funk, Latin jazz, daring improv, and psychedelic dub… but wait, there’s more! The incomparable Seattle saxophonist Skerik, and percussionist Cyro Baptista––a long-time John Zorn collaborator who’s also worked with Herbie Hancock, Paul Simon, and Trey Anastasio—join in for a wild dust-up full of imagination, humour, passion, and virtuosity.
Person 2 Person | Eric & Houston Person
Ft. Eric Person (Alto Sax), Houston Person (Tenor Sax), Alva Nelson (Piano), Kenny Davis, (Bass), Colby Inzer (Drums)
The exciting collaboration - Person2Person - between saxophonists Eric Person and Houston Person, is featured in their latest recording, Blue Vision, with the duo in fine form.
I Get Wild Plays Talking Heads
I Get Wild is a Brooklyn-based ensemble that honors the legacy of Talking Heads. With their renditions of iconic New Wave anthems, they channel the essence of the original songs while infusing their own character and style. As one of the premier tribute bands in Brooklyn, I Get Wild's performances are a testament to their love and appreciation of Talking Heads music. Whether you're a die-hard fan or just looking for a fresh take on classic tunes, I Get Wild's electrifying live shows are guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience. Check them out and see for yourself why they are known for their wild, energetic performances.
Richard Lloyd's TELEVISION
With the band Television, Lloyd helped put CBGB on the map, honing in on a mix of art-rock melodies, angular improvisation and antagonist attitude a generation before the current indie-jam movement.
Best known for serving 26 years as Conan O’Brien’s musical director, guitarist and bandleader, Jimmy V has worked with a countless number rock and roll and blues artists for five decades including the likes of Hubert Sumlin, Warren Haynes, Bob Weir, Keith Richards, Elvis Costello, Johnnie Johnson, Son Seals, Shemekia Copeland, Levon Helm , Phoebe Snow, Dion, Laura Nyro, Bob Margolin, Lowell Fulson, John Sebastian, Joe Louis Walker and Al Kooper to name a few.
The Ed Palermo Big Band
The world's zaniest - eighteen-piece - big band returns to re-form the music of Zappa, Pink Floyd, Yes, King Crimson, Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter...with comic diversions, because they can't help it!.
Chris Parker Trio
Ft. Kyoko Oyobe (piano), Nori Naraoka (bass), Chris Parker (Drums)
Toph, as friends know him, recorded platinum, gold and Grammy winning albums and CDs with many artists, including the original Brecker Brothers, Bob Dylan, Cher, Donald Fagen, Ashford and Simpson, Natalie Cole, Aretha Franklin, Freddie Hubbard, James Brown, Salt n’ Pepa, Stuff, Miles Davis, Patti LaBelle, Michael Bolton, and Suzy Boggus. He has toured with many artists; among them Boz Scaggs, Joe Cocker, Joe Cool, Bob Dylan, Bette Midler, Paul Simon, and Ralph MacDonald.
Gil Gutiérrez Trio
Ft. Gil Gutiérrez (Guitar), David Rodriguez (Bass), and Robert Stern (violin).
Gil Gutiérrez is a virtuoso that has mastered the nylon string guitar. He is known throughout the music industry as one of Mexico's finest musicians with an unimaginable artistry in merging classical, jazz, and flamenco. Gutiérrez is revered among fellow musicians and attracts many celebrities to his performances.
Will Bernard, John Medeski & Friends
Ft. Will Bernard (Guitar), John Medeski (Keys), Kevin Scott (Bass), Billy Martin (Drums)
Two legendary players perform together with Will Bernard's expert chops and flair for funky, bottom-heavy soul-jazz, and John Medeski's sought-after improvisational skills on keys from concert grand to Hammond B3 organ.
Dylan Doyle Band
Hudson Valley-based, rising star Dylan Doyle has been performing nationally and internationally. His style of music lies somewhere between roots rock and jam funk. It evokes Woodstock and dips into southern soul; a uniquely American sound.
Ft. Marilyn Crispell (Piano), Joe Fonda (Bass), and Harvey Sorgen (Drums)
Dreamstruck returns to The Falcon for their only area appearance this year. Fresh off their acknowledged strong ’22 with the New York City Jazz Record voting one of the Best Albums and Concerts of the year, the trio continues to inspire.
Lindsey Webster Band
As a Soul R&B artist, she combines an admirable natural talent with a genuine, accessible stage presence. The release of Lindsey’s sixth full-length studio album, Reasons, contains great songwriting and amazing musical performances, featuring the likes of veteran music industry A-listers Nathan East, Randy Brecker, Brian Culbtertson, and Nicolas Payton.
Chris O'Leary Band
Chris O'Leary and his blues ensemble hail from the Hudson Valley of New York, but there's more than a trace of New Orleans in his music. O'Leary, who sings and plays harp and mandolin, and his band has a laid-back sound, but their solid groove, tight playing and O'Leary's superlative songwriting make them a powerful unit.
Jeffery Broussard & The Creole Cowboys
From Lafayette, Louisiana - Jeffery Broussard is the real deal. Dedicated to preserving and promoting Creole culture and traditional Zydeco music. Broussard is respected as one of the greatest accordion players to grace Creole culture.
Ft. Ian Ian Finkelstein (Keys), Tomoki Sanders (Sax), Bendji Allonce (Perc), Kassa Overall (Drums, Vox)
“Kassa is a pre-eminent style bender and blender, successfully juxtaposing genres through his production expertise and use of melodic and harmonic forms that deftly integrate the new with the old.” — The New York Times
El Dorado Slim ft. Scott Sharrard
Ft. Scott Sharrard (Guitar), Kyle Kohler (B3 Organ), Craig Dreyer (Tenor Sax), Reggie Pittman (Trumpet), Tony Leone (Drums), Bobby Allende (Percussion)
“Eldorado Slim” is a a six-piece ensemble exploring early 1970s soul-jazz, acid funk and space spirituals!
Lara Hope & the Ark-Tones
Winner of an Ameripolitan Music Award, and named the “Best Up-And-Coming Band” by New York's Hudson Valley Magazine, Lara Hope & the Ark-Tones are the Northeast's premier Roots Rock n’ Roll outfit!
Steve Smith & Vital Information
Ft. Manuel Valera (keys), Janek Gwizdala (bass), Steve Smith (drums).
Journey drummer Steve Smith, named one of the “Top 50 Drummers of All Time!" by Modern Drummer Magazine has been touring and recording with his all-star group Vital Information since 1983. Steve Smith and Vital Information celebrate the occasion with a newly recorded double CD release entitled TIME FLIES.
Nicknamed "the Gypsy-jazz Warbler" by the New York Times and acclaimed as a "millennial shaking up the jazz scene" by magazine Vanity Fair, Tatiana Eva-Marie returns to explore the music of composer Django Reinhardt through her own original arrangements and lyrics in her latest project "Djangology", a tribute inspired by her French and Romanian Gypsy heritage and her love for the Parisian art scene of the 1920s to the 1960s.
Professor Louie & The Crowmatix
“Roots Music Royalty". Professor Louie & The Crowmatix shows’ presents a diverse set list from this stellar roots crew of Original songs, Blues and select songs that Louie learned directly from The Band and material he helped create with them including their comeback hits Atlantic City & Blind Willie McTell.