Doors, Bar & Restaurant open at 5:30. Music at 8:00. No Cover. Donations encouraged.
Saturday February 1
KJ Denhert & The New York Unit
Multiple award-winning Urban Folk Jazz artist - KJ Denhert makes a joyous return to The Falcon! Arriving with her extraordinary "New York Unit", after many worldwide, whirlwind spins around the globe.
KJ Denhert/Voice/Guitar, Etienne Stadwijk/Keys, Mamadou Ba/Bass and Ray Levier/Drums
KJ defines herself as an “urban folk and jazz” artist, often stepping outside of that box to explore other influences. Her fine songwriting stands out in front at every performance, along with her smoky rich alto and stellar guitar playing. In the last 18 months KJ has performed in Italy, Egypt, St. Barth, Nepal, Turkey, Germany, Switzerland and Alaska, and held a residency in NYC's The 55 Bar.
Multiple award-winner, Denhert, is powerful in voice, with lyrics full of intelligent insight, and her musicianship is impeccable. Her eclectic yet unified performances reach out to audiences without compromising her music and beliefs. She performs the unusual feat of being both highly individual and quite accessible.
KJ's release, "Destiny" (2014) comprises an enormous variety of musical and performance styles, tied together by her singular personality and straight forward lyrics brimming with honesty. Denhert has received three nominations by the 14th Annual Independent Music Awards (IMAs). Her song “Sorry” is in the “Best Blues Song” category, and “Beautiful” in the category of “Jazz with Vocals.” The album DESTINY was nominated in the category, BEST ADULT CONTEMPORARY ALBUM.
I Don't Think So
Opener: Diana DeMuth
Diana Demuth: Lead vocal, guitar
Billy Pearson: Bass, keys
Renee Hikari: Drums
Diana DeMuth is a powerful young singer-songwriter from the Massachusetts coast. She has just released her debut single “Hotel Song” and is currently working on her debut album with visionary multi-platinum record producers/arrangers Simone Felice and David Baron (The Lumineers, Jade Bird, Vance Joy, Bat For Lashes, Noah Kahan, Phoebe Bridgers, Felice Brothers, Sean Mendez, Conor Oberst, Matt Maeson). Diana's next single, "Rose of Nantucket" was released in January.