Dinner Reservation or Cancellation Request

Table reservations for dining only. Unreserved bar seating and table-wait-list available. Performance start times are subject to change. Reservations more than 20 min late will be filled.

Reserve your table for dining by the form below or by calling 845-236-7970. Our staff will return your email or voicemail to confirm, Thursdays-Sundays.

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The Falcon is a live music venue & restaurant, perched over the scenic Marlboro Falls in the heart of Marlboro, NY. A place for people who love music, we welcome all & charge no cover, instead encouraging patrons to contribute what they will & what they can to the careworn donations boxes. 100% of the proceeds go directly to the performers.
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Dining 5-9pm  ·  Live Music 7pm  ·  Thu-Sun  ·  1348 Route 9W Marlboro NY  ·  845.236.7970  ·  Dining 5-9pm  ·  Live Music 7pm   ·  Thu-Sun  ·  1348 Route 9W Marlboro NY  ·  845.236.7970  ·  
Dining 5-9pm  ·  Live Music 7pm  ·  Thu-Sun  ·  1348 Route 9W Marlboro NY  ·  845.236.7970  ·  Dining 5-9pm  ·  Live Music 7pm   ·  Thu-Sun  ·  1348 Route 9W Marlboro NY  ·  845.236.7970  ·  

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Sunday
Feb 25
Split Bill
Main Stage

Spero Plays Nyro

No reservations
With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7pm.

In this heartfelt and moving tribute to Laura Nyro, one of the greatest and most covered songwriters of the 20th century, pianist and singer Christine Spero and her group take the listener on an unforgettable journey through Laura’s most memorable songs. The show and most recent CD, “Spero Plays Nyro” remind us that Laura’s music is poignant and timeless. The arrangements are hip, the vocals are beautiful, the musicianship is stellar. The exquisite arrangements are true to Laura’s originals but with many sweet creative touches, beautifully interpreted in the group’s own distinct style. Christine has fully recaptured Laura’s spirit and passion with beautiful renditions running the breadth and depth of Laura's emotions.

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Thursday
Feb 29
Split Bill
Main Stage

Chris O'Leary Band

No reservations
With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7pm.

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.

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Friday
Mar 1
Split Bill
Main Stage

Professor Louie & The Crowmatix

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7pm.

“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.

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Saturday
Mar 2
Split Bill
Main Stage

Buffalo Stack

No reservations
With opening act: 
Jason Ewald
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7pm.

Ft. Andy Stack (guitar), Adrien Reju (guitar), Jeremy Baum (keys), Brandon Morrison (bass), Lee Falco (drums)

"Buffalo Stack is an easy band to like. The ensemble’s debut record is a mix of various styles, including rock, soul, country, and blues. Saying that, though, gives the music short shrift because in some ways it almost seems indefinable…the band is a cohesive unit…(Andy Stack's) guitar playing is never flashy, but it’s surprising, soulful, and always in the right place. ...he has an engaging, pure voice…here’s hoping the group will build up a strong enough following to be around a while and make more great music." - John Heidt, Vintage Guitar Magazine

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Sunday
Mar 3
Split Bill
Main Stage

Joe Fiedler’s Open Sesame

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7pm.

Ft. Joe Fiedler (Trombone), Steven Bernstein (Trumpet), Jeff Lederer (Saxophone), Sean Conly (Bass), Michael Sarin (Drums)

Open Sesame merges the two worlds of Joseph Fielder, those being music director for Sesame Street—for the past twelve seasons and an internationally recognized jazz trombonist, by presenting his unique and slightly edgy arrangements of Sesame Street classics. In support of their new release, Fuzzy and Blue, the band showcases a working quartet of seasoned New York improvisers.

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Thursday
Mar 7
Split Bill
Main Stage

Jim Campilongo 4 Tet

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5-9pm. Music 7pm.

Ft. Jim Campilongo (guitar), Luca Benedetti (guitar), Andy Hess (bass), Dan Rieser (drums)

"Campilongo is one of those New York secrets. A master of the electric guitar, he weaves in spaghetti western picks, blues chords and jazz refs into his haunting tunes, a combo of originals and covers." -NY Post

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Friday
Mar 8
Split Bill
Main Stage

The Slambovian Circus of Dreams

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5-9pm. Music 7pm.

A rootsy rockin' psychedelica, the Slambovian Circus of Dreams have been expanding the borders of the Americana genre with fantastic stories and performances since the late 90’s in Sleepy Hollow, New York.

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Saturday
Mar 9
Split Bill
Main Stage

Joe Louis Walker

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7pm.

Regarded as one of the greatest bluesmen of his generation, Walker’s output spans the gamut of American Roots music. His playing "blows all over the map…gutbucket blues, joyous gospel, Rolling Stones-style rock crunch, and aching R&B. Walker’s guitar playing is fine and fierce." opines Billboard.

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Sunday
Mar 10
Split Bill
Main Stage

Tyler Blanton Album Release

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7pm.

Ft. Tyler Blanton (vibraphone), Gary Versace (piano), Joe Martin (bass), Johnathan Blake (drums)

Brooklyn based vibraphonist Tyler Blanton is becoming known as a new and identifiable voice on the instrument. With his distinctly lyrical and nuanced 4 mallet approach to the vibraphone, he has been praised as “an heir to the swinging and melodically charged throne of post-bop masters such as Gary Burton and Bobby Hutcherson.” A prolific composer, Blanton’s musical endeavors consistently involve top musicians in the New York music scene such as Donny McCaslin, Nate Wood, Ari Hoenig, Drew Gress, and Johnathan Blake, among others.  His compositions range from modern and eclectic to soulful and rooted, all the while painting a unified musical identity.

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Wednesday
Mar 13
Split Bill
Main Stage

An Evening with Connor Kennedy and onestar

No reservations
With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7pm.

Connor Kennedy is a multi instrumentalist and songwriter.
He has no manager, no booking agent, no record label, and no website.
He has played guitar with many artists you've heard of,
and none of that pertains to the music that will be performed at this event.
Fans of sad sounding songs will enjoy this performance of original music,
which some would cast in the category of 'Americana'.

“I like Guy Clark a lot.” - Connor Kennedy

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Thursday
Mar 14
Split Bill
Main Stage

AJO Plays AJO

No reservations
With opening act: 
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Dining 5-9pm. Music 7pm.

Join the Analog Jazz Orchestra for their first performance of 2024 as they perform original compositions and arrangements from the AJO's writing team. Featuring the works of Scott Arcangel, Jeff Fairbanks and Jason Miller,  the AJO has programmed a night of music you won't want to miss.

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Friday
Mar 15
Split Bill
Main Stage

Dylan Doyle Band

No reservations
With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7pm.

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.

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Saturday
Mar 16
Split Bill
Main Stage

Deadgrass

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7pm.

C Lanzbom and Matt Turk have  joined forces to form Deadgrass, a string band adventure through Jerry Garcia’s musical world. Bassist Dave Richards, banjo player Boo Reiners and fiddler Kensuke Shoji complete this fine group of seasoned pros exploring the life works of Jerry Garcia on the instruments that first inspired him. Deadgrass celebrates and interprets the music of Jerry Garcia, drawing from Old & in the Way, JGB, Jerry’s Jug Band days and the Grateful Dead.

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Sunday
Mar 17
Split Bill
Main Stage

County Hell | Tribute to The Pogues

No reservations
With opening act: 
El Front
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7pm.

County Hell brings Irish rock to the Hudson Valley by celebrating The Pogues, a band led by the legendary Shane MacGowan. Honored to pay tribute to MacGowan, a true punk rocker, County Hell brings music for dirge, drink and dance to the first St. Patty's Day since his passing on November 30, 2023.

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Thursday
Mar 21
Split Bill
Main Stage

Rita Harvey's 'Heart Like a Wheel' - A Tribute to the Music of Linda Ronstadt

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5pm. Music 7pm.

Rita Harvey's 'Heart Like A Wheel' celebrates one of the most beloved and versatile pop singers of the past five decades. Hear the hits that Linda Ronstadt helped make famous ("You're No Good," "Blue Bayou," "When Will I Be Loved," "It's So Easy," "That'll Be the Day," "Desperado," "Heat Wave" and many others) as well as stories behind the songs that highlighted her career. These timeless favorites are performed by Broadway star, Rita Harvey, backed up by four incredible rock musicians.

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Friday
Mar 22
Split Bill
Main Stage

The Big Takeover

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7pm.

Led by the powerhouse, Jamaican-born singer and songwriter NeeNee Rushie, The Big Takeover's horn-powered global blend reveals deep fluency in reggae and world music, hints of soul and Motown, and their own infectious brand of pop classicism.

Dance floor and bar first come first serve, dinner reservations aren't necessary to attend.

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Saturday
Mar 23
Split Bill
Main Stage

Corey Glover Soul Experience

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7pm.

Best known as the lead singer of Living Colour, Corey Glover is a Grammy winning, platinum selling rock star! He's returning to The Falcon with his 'Soul Experience' project, putting his spin on the soul and R&B classics he grew up on.

ft. Neal Spitzer (sax), Dan Kottmann (guitar), Jeremy Baum (keys), Ivan Bodley (bass) & Manual Quintana (drums)

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Sunday
Mar 24
Split Bill
Main Stage

Camille Thurman with the Darrell Green Quartet

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5pm. Music 7pm.

Ft. Camille Thurman (sax/vocals), Darrell Green (drums), Wallace Roney Jr (trumpet), Lonnie Plaxico (bass), David Bryant (piano).

“Imagine if Sarah Vaughan played saxophone like Dexter Gordon. That’s approximately the effect when singer and tenor saxophonist Camille Thurman performs”—Downbeat Magazine

Esteemed saxophonist, vocalist, and unique interpreter of the jazz tradition, Camille Thurman is quickly becoming one of the leading standard bearers of the art form. Camille is known for her distinct musical approach to classic and original repertoire that highlights her powerhouse ability as both a virtuosic saxophonist and vocalist.

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Thursday
Mar 28
Split Bill
Main Stage

Quinn Sullivan | Night 1

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5-9pm. Music 7pm.

"Quinn Sullivan may also be the most gifted guitar prodigy on the planet, a guitar player of jaw dropping virtuosity and depth who could turn out to be the Clapton of his generation" - The Washington Post

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Friday
Mar 29
Split Bill
Main Stage

Quinn Sullivan | Night 2

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5-9pm. Music 7pm.

"Quinn Sullivan may also be the most gifted guitar prodigy on the planet, a guitar player of jaw dropping virtuosity and depth who could turn out to be the Clapton of his generation" - The Washington Post

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Saturday
Mar 30
Split Bill
Main Stage

Popa Chubby Band | Big B'Day Show

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5-9pm. Music 7pm.

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

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Thursday
Apr 4
Split Bill
Main Stage

Richard Lloyd's TELEVISION

No reservations
With opening act: 
John Berenzy | Bibi Farber
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Dining 5-9pm. Music 7:30pm

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.

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Friday
Apr 5
Split Bill
Main Stage

QWANQWA

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Ft. Endris Hassen (masinko), Kaethe Hostetter (violin), Bubu Teklemariam (bass krar), Selamnesh Zemene (vocalist), and Misale Legesse (kebero).

Psychedelic Roots band from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

“Music that is grounded in the past but with an experimental, psychedelic edge that may appeal equally to folk purists and jam band fans.”

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Saturday
Apr 6
Split Bill
Main Stage

Willie Nile

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

“The unofficial poet laureate of New York City.”—Uncut. Willie Nile is a New York lifer—a singer-songwriter cut as much from the cloth of Greenwich Village’s folk music community as the Bowery’s punk scene. Bono, Bruce Springsteen, Pete Townshend, Lou Reed, Lucinda Williams, Jim Jarmusch, and Little Steven are among those who have sung his praises.

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Sunday
Apr 7
Split Bill
Main Stage

Steve Smith & Vital Information

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

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.

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Thursday
Apr 11
Split Bill
Main Stage

Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Love always. Love forever. Love until the end of time. The Great Cosmic Playlist is testimony to the endurance of an emotion that is easy to conjure but hard to maintain. But for Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams, who have been coupled consciously since 1986, love is more than a pop song; they are the bards of the long term committed relationship.

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Friday
Apr 12
Split Bill
Main Stage

Jeffrey Gaines

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Throughout his three-decade recording career, Gaines has maintained an impressive standard for soul-searching, introspective lyrics and catchy, uplifting melodies. Since bursting on the scene with his self-titled 1992 debut album, the charismatic singer-songwriter-guitarist has built a beloved body of recordings that’s won him a large and deeply devoted international fan base. He has sold out theaters and clubs throughout North America and Europe, and has earned high respect from his peers, Gaines was featured as Special Guest on tours with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Tracy Chapman, Stevie Nicks and Sheryl Crow, among many others.

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Saturday
Apr 13
Split Bill
Main Stage

Eldorado Slim ft. Scott Sharrard

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm

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!

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Thursday
Apr 18
Split Bill
Main Stage

Paper Sun: The Music of Traffic

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5-9pm. Music 7:30pm

Ft. Joey Eppard (Vocals, Percussion), Andy Stack (Guitar), Bill Harris (Sax, Flute), Bruce Katz (Organ, Piano), Scott Petito (Bass), Randy Ciarlante (Drums, Vocals)

Music Director, Scott Petito assembles an All-star ensemble of seasoned, award-winning musicians who have performed with The Band, James Taylor, Delbert McClinton, Little Feat, Todd Rundgren, Stevie Wonder, among many others.

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Friday
Apr 19
Split Bill
Main Stage

SunDub

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

ft. Joanna Teters - “SunDub’s music calls you to movement, dance and smoothly leads you to your melodic world. The mood and atmosphere of reggae sound, swinging the rhythm and beautiful, kind melody.” – Nagamag

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Saturday
Apr 20
Split Bill
Main Stage

Deadgrass

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

C Lanzbom and Matt Turk have  joined forces to form Deadgrass, a string band adventure through Jerry Garcia’s musical world. Bassist Dave Richards, banjo player Kris Bauman and fiddler Kensuke Shoji complete this fine group of seasoned pros exploring the life works of Jerry Garcia on the instruments that first inspired him. Deadgrass celebrates and interprets the music of Jerry Garcia, drawing from Old & in the Way, JGB, Jerry’s Jug Band days and the Grateful Dead.

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Friday
Apr 26
Split Bill
Main Stage

Bailen

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5-9pm. Music 7:30pm

"Comprising twins Daniel and David and their younger sister Julia, this group has blood harmony by the bushel, and their three-part harmonies, which have been compared to The Fleet Foxes and The Staves, are beautifully executed."— EAST OF 8TH

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Saturday
Apr 27
Split Bill
Main Stage

The Ed Palermo Big Band

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

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!

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Friday
May 17
Split Bill
Main Stage

Early Elton Trio

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Early Elton Trio is a Tribute to the Elton John, Dee Murray and Nigel Olsson trio tours of 1970 - 1972 featuring Jeff Kazee of Southside Johnny And The Asbury Jukes (piano, vocals), Rich Pagano of The Fab Faux (drums and vocals) and John Conte of Southside Johnny And The Asbury Jukes (bass and vocals).

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Saturday
May 18
Split Bill
Main Stage

Chris O'Leary Band

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

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.

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Sunday
May 19
Split Bill
Main Stage

Molly Miller Trio feat. Jennifer Condos and Jay Bellerose

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

“Miller’s playing and writing puts her in a milieu with players such as Bill Frisell and Julian Lage, guitarists who seem to effortlessly express themselves across the fretboard as if completely unimpeded by limitations. What sets her apart is her exuberance and contagious joy, which is immediately evident and impossible to ignore when watching her play.” — Fretboard Journal, Nick Millevoi

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Friday
May 24
Split Bill
Main Stage

The Yacht Lobsters

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With opening act: 
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

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.

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Saturday
Jun 1
Split Bill
Main Stage

Jesse Harris

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With opening act: 
Bridget Kearney
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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Jesse Harris is a Grammy Award-winning songwriter, singer, guitarist, and producer of artists from all over the world. Originally from New York City, he began making records in the mid ’90s. Since then he has released over 20 albums under his own name, as well as many others with various projects and artists. His new album, Paper Flower, was recorded in Paris with his old friends Kenny Wollesen and Tony Scherr, plus special guests.

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