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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
Jun 23
Split Bill
Main Stage

CANCELLED - Kommuna Lux

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

Come fall in love with Odesa, Ukraine, the Pearl of the Black Sea! Kommuna Lux brings you the heritage music of their beloved hometown. Klezmer, Balkan, and Urban Chanson, with a dash of Ukrainian Folk and powered by rocket fuel, Kommuna Lux impacts the crowd with a nostalgic, high-energy Big Band sound from the bygone days of speakeasies and rum runners.

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Thursday
Jun 27
Split Bill
Main Stage

Apoca-lips | A shadow cast performance of Rocky Horror Picture show

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

The Apoca-Lips Cast has been the premiere shadow cast of the Rocky Horror Experience in the Hudson Valley region since the turn of the 21st century. We provide live performances in front of the original 1975 film, The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The story is a parody of Frankenstein, that begins with an innocent couple entering a castle run by a mad scientist who happens to be a transexual from another planet! Though shunned to the bottom shelf upon its release, the film quickly became a cult classic providing liminal space for queer culture. The shadow cast experience provides a safe and fun space to challenge sexuality through drag culture. Come dressed as you are or dare to have fun and dress in character or in drag! Walk in someone else's heels and shout out loud and proud, "Don't Dream It, Be It!"

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Friday
Jun 28
Split Bill
Main Stage

Chris Bergson Band | Album Release with Special Guests Alexis P. Suter and Dave Keyes

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

The Chris Bergson Band returns to The Falcon to celebrate the release of their new album, Comforts of Home (2 Shirts Records). Comforts of Home captures the Chris Bergson Band in its new lineup with Moses Patrou on keyboards/vocals, longtime bassist Matt Clohesy, drummer Diego Voglino and Jay Collins playing and arranging the horns along with special guests legendary drummer Bernard Purdie, Brooklyn vocal powerhouse Alexis P. Suter, 5x Blues Music Award nominated pianist Dave Keyes and acclaimed soul singer Ellis Hooks. Recorded live at Brooklyn’s Grand Street Recording, most of Bergson’s vocals and blazing guitar were done in complete live takes.

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Saturday
Jun 29
Split Bill
Main Stage

Paa Kow

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

Having toured internationally, sharing stages with both African and American luminaries including Kojo Antwi, Amakye Dede and Victor Wooten, Ghana born drummer and composer, Paa Kow, (pronounced Pah-Ko), blends rhythm and artistry from his home with jazz and African roots creating his own Afro-Fusion sound. Dubbed "Ghana's most artistic drummer" (Modern Ghana), he plays a custom, hand-carved, traditionally inspired Ghanaian drum set that is the only one of its kind in the world, guaranteeing an extraordinary cultural and musical experience.

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Sunday
Jun 30
Split Bill
Main Stage

AJO & Joe Lovano - Round 2!

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

The Analog Jazz Orchestra is back for Round 2 with the undisputed heavyweight champion of the jazz world - saxophonist Joe Lovano - for what is guaranteed to be a night of sonic haymakers and pure joy. Joe has brought in beautiful arrangements of some of his original compositions and you can count on the AJO bringing in originals from their book, as well as a few classics from the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra. Do not miss this one.

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Thursday
Jul 4
Split Bill
Main Stage

Kane Bros. Blues Band w/ super special guests Cindy Cashdollar and Reeves Gabrels

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

In 1972 in Woodstock New York, four teenage school boys with fake I.D.'S started packing area clubs with their ferocious approach to the blues. Soon they were opening concerts for blues royalty including Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon and James Cotton. The Kane Bros. Blues Band toured the east coast relentlessly, making their way to the fabled stage at CBGB in NYC. As punk rock took its baby steps (1975-76) the Kane Bros.' stripped down, full throttle blues fit snugly into the evolving punk aesthetic.

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Friday
Jul 5
Split Bill
Main Stage

Mokoomba

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

Mokoomba, an explosively talented six-man crew from the Victoria Fall, has been hailed as one of the most exciting band from Africa in the 21st century! With over 40 countries and prestigious international festivals under their belt, they performed at the world’s biggest festivals and venues, Sziget, Roskilde, North Sea Jazz, New York’s Apollo Theater, New Orleans Jazz and many more.

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Saturday
Jul 6
Split Bill
Main Stage

SPLIT BILL: Nate Wood fOUR | Art Thief

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

Nate Wood fOUR: GRAMMY-nominated Nate Wood is a drummer, multi-instrumentalist and mastering engineer based in New York City. He has performed or recorded with many notable artists, including Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders, Dave Grohl, Brian May and Roger Taylor (Queen), Chris Squire (Yes), Elliot Easton (The Cars), Chaka Khan, Wayne Krantz, Billy Childs, Tigran Hamasyan, Donny McCaslin, Sting and many others.

Nate is a founding member of the GRAMMY-nominated quintet, Kneebody. Along with his work as a sideman, Nate has released 3 albums of his own material, where he performs/records 3 analog synths, bass, drums and vocals all at the same time.

Art Thief: Originating from the lush backdrop of mountains that the Hudson Valley refers to as New Paltz, Art Thief is a Sci-Fi Rock and Roll band that puts entertainment over everything. Approaching music with the mindset that opposites attract, they bring a punk rock energy to the bandstand while honing it in with a respect for the language that jazz and popular music has brought to our ears. Or is it that they are bringing a jazz vocabulary to the bandstand, and honing that language in by bringing a punk rock energy to the stage?

"It’s like a great stunt pilot is flying the plane. Art Thief has that rarest of things in art, a unique voice.” - Ron English

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Thursday
Jul 11
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 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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Friday
Jul 12
Split Bill
Main Stage

Glen David Andrews

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

Are you ready for a Mardi Gras Party?! Acclaimed and beloved New Orleans vocalist and trombone player, Glen David Andrews is bringing his high energy show back to The Falcon!

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Saturday
Jul 13
Split Bill
Main Stage

Guitar Heroes! Playing Hendrix, Beck, Page, Clapton and More

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

An all-star cast of the Hudson Valley's hottest musicians!

Ft. Choygi Lama (Guitar and vocal), Myles Mancuso (Guitar and Vocal), Matt Finck (Guitar), Bruce Katz (Keys), Ryan Jewell (Drums), Scott Petito (Bass and music director)

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Sunday
Jul 14
Split Bill
Main Stage

Eric Person Quartet | Album Release

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

Ft. Eric Person (Saxophones), Tim Regusis (keys), Adam Armstrong (bass), Peter O' Brian (drums)

Acclaimed saxophonist and composer Eric Person returns to the Falcon to celebrate his twelfth CD release Rhythm Edge. Eric’s body of work as a leader and sideman is
stylistically diverse and intrepid. He has performed and recorded with leaders within the vanguard of the jazz world namely McCoy Tyner, Dave Holland, and Wallace Roney. Recently, Eric has been heard contributing his saxophone to performances with the Slambovian Circus of Dreams. Critics have long taken note of Eric’s signature sound on alto and soprano saxophone.

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Thursday
Jul 18
Split Bill
Main Stage

The Mahavishnu Project

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

Ft. Gregg Bendian (drums), Neil Alexander (keyboards), Jongyoon Lee (guitar), Brian Mooney (bass)

MAHAVISHNU PROJECT plays best of Birds of Fire, Inner Mounting Flame, Apocalypse, Inner Worlds, Jan Hammer & Jeff Beck.

Founded in 2001 by drummer and composer Gregg Bendian, The Mahavishnu Project is dedicated to reviving and bringing to today's audiences the excitement and the transcendent experience of visceral intensity of the early days of jazz/rock in general and the music of the Mahavishnu Orchestra specifically.

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Friday
Jul 19
Split Bill
Main Stage

Moon Boot Lover

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

Moon Boot Lover delivers a one-of-a-kind mix of rock, funk and soul, with dynamic versatility and range. From high-energy body-moving grooves to heartfelt emotive ballads, Peter Prince (front man & MBL originator) & MBL are widely respected by fans and musicians alike for their signature "Rocket Soul" sound and deep catalog of songs that top "all-time favorites" lists of fans across the globe!

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Saturday
Jul 20
Split Bill
Main Stage

Popa Chubby Band

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

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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Sunday
Jul 21
Split Bill
Main Stage

Jane Bunnett & Maqueque

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Ft. Jane Bunnett (Soprano sax and Flute, Vocals), Daniela Olano (Violin and Vocals), Danae Olano (Piano and Vocals), Tailin Zamora (Bass and Vocals), Yissy Garcia (Drums and Percussion), Mary Paz Garcia (Congas and Vocals)

“Jane Bunnett and Maqueque utterly shatters the glass ceiling of Afro-Cuban jazz” -Boston Globe’s Jon Garelick

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Thursday
Jul 25
Split Bill
Main Stage

Club d'Elf ft. Reeves Gabrels

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Ft. Reeves Gabrels (The Cure / Bowie) - guitar, Adam Platt (Louis C.K. / DJ Spooky) - keyboard, Eric Kalb (Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings / Deep Banana Blackout) - drums + Mister Rourke - turntables, Mike Rivard - bass, sintir

Club d'Elf, a Moroccan dosed psychedelic dub jazz collective from Boston, is fiercely dedicated to “the groove”, comprising some of the most sought-after players from the jazz, DJ, rock and world music scenes of the Northeast.

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Friday
Jul 26
Split Bill
Main Stage

BSKi Presents: Fulfillingness' First Finale 50th Anniversary Celebration

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

A tribute to the landmark Stevie Wonder masterpiece, Fulfillingness' First Finale, the seventeenth studio album by Stevie Wonder, released in 1974.

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Saturday
Jul 27
Split Bill
Main Stage

Jeffery Broussard & The Creole Cowboys

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

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.

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Sunday
Jul 28
Split Bill
Main Stage

East Axis

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

East Axis is a visionary improvising quartet consisting of renowned musicians Gerald Cleaver (drums), Kevin Ray (bass), Scott Robinson (sax) and Matthew Shipp (piano). They recently released their second album, “No Subject,” on the Mack Avenue label under the auspices of Christian McBride’s Brother Mister imprint.

One of the hottest new bands on the scene, East Axis finished 2nd in the JazzTimes Critics Poll for New Artist in 2021, after their debut release “Cool with That.” Featuring four of the most unique and creative musicians on the planet, the whole is truly greater than the sum of their considerable parts.

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Thursday
Aug 1
Split Bill
Main Stage

FORQ

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Ft. Chris McQueen (Guitar), Henry Hey (Keys), Kevin Scott (Bass), Jason 'JT' Thomas (Drums).

Forq resides at the crossroads of infectious grooves, ear-bending harmony, and melodies that linger long after the night concludes. Comprising a stellar lineup of world-class improvisers, the band's music is not only a showcase of exceptional skill but a testament to their uniquely memorable, genre-blending compositions.

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Friday
Aug 2
Split Bill
Main Stage

Los Gaiteros De San Jacinto

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

LOS GAITEROS DE SAN JACINTO has been the most important gaita and traditional cumbia ensemble in Colombia since the mid-1950s. Gaita is a term used to name a Colombian musical instrument, various musical genres, and an ensemble (the conjunto de gaitas), all from the Caribbean region of Colombia, from where much commercially available Colombian traditional and popular music comes.

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Saturday
Aug 3
Split Bill
Main Stage

LOTUS “Spirit of Santana”

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

LOTUS “Spirit of Santana” is a 7 piece band lead by Spanish guitarist Dan Garcia and comprised of stellar New York City veteran musicians, together recreating the authentic and inspiring music of the great Carlos Santana.

Santana has been rocking the world since the 60’s, bringing together the most diverse audience to enjoy an authentic blend of rock, funk, latin and pop.

As Carlos Santana says himself: “Music has the power to bring light in to darkness.” LOTUS has the power to bring the music of SANTANA to light, with soulful and profound guitar solos, phenomenal vocalists and stunning rhythm section. The brilliant collaboration of this band is a spellbinding experience; a must see!

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Thursday
Aug 8
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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Friday
Aug 9
Split Bill
Main Stage

Danielia Cotton

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

With an equal emphasis on rock, jazz, and soul — and with roots in gospel — New York-based singer Danielia Cotton draws on a wide range of influences, from Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones to Mavis Staples and Etta James. - WXPN

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Saturday
Aug 10
Split Bill
Main Stage

Tom Freund & Friends

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

"Fans of roots-oriented artists such as Tom Petty, Townes Van Zandt and Lucinda Williams will find much to explore on East of Lincoln" LA TIMES

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Sunday
Aug 11
Split Bill
Main Stage

SPLIT BILL: David Torn solo + Blade Of (Carlstedt, Motzer, Torn)

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

David Torn: (also, aka “splattercell”) is a composer, texturalist, guitarist, producer & whatnot of actual international stature, renowned for his unique musical voice which seems to span & un-define a range of idioms and styles.

Blade Of: The debut of this fully improvisational trio features David Torn, Tim Motzer & Jeremy Carlstedt. Their new release, The Flowering AM, is the mark of their first meeting: a deep dive into spherical sonic & musical territories. The three atmospheric yet raw explorers, with two guitars, drums & electronics, create a density of sound that may approach the orchestral, with Torn’s abstractly romantic textures & overtones floating, spinning through the sprawling suite. Carlstedt’s drumming can just flip the band’s current equation; he creates exquisite firestorms, dynamic nuance and propels the music forward, and inward. Motzer, with his acoustic-electric guitar, shapeshifts throughout as sometimes bassist, soloist and re-arranger exploring the edges, curves, and corners in these astonishing journeys.

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Friday
Aug 16
Split Bill
Main Stage

Yellowman

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Jamaica's first dancehall superstar, Yellowman ushered in a new era in reggae music following Bob Marley's death. His early-'80s success brought the popularity of toasting -- the reggae equivalent of rapping -- to a whole new level, and helped establish dancehall as the wave of the future.

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Friday
Aug 23
Split Bill
Main Stage

Muscle Shoals Tribute to The Allman Brothers

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Formed with members of the renowned “Brothers of the Road Band”, Muscle Shoals carries on the storied “Celebration of the music of The Allman Brothers Band and Friends”.  With their collective experience as musicians, the members of Muscle Shoals now make up one of the premiere tributes to this historic band, performing songs of The Allman Brothers and others who they shared the stage with over their hallowed run.

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Saturday
Aug 24
Split Bill
Main Stage

The Ed Palermo Big Band

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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
Aug 30
Split Bill
Main Stage

Dylan Doyle Band

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

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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Thursday
Sep 5
Split Bill
Main Stage

Jim Campilongo 4 Tet | "She Loved The Coney Island Freak Show" Record Release

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

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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Saturday
Sep 7
Split Bill
Main Stage

CKS Band | Ciarlante, Katz, Sharrard

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Roots rock, blues and americana powerhouse organ trio with Bruce Katz on B-3/piano, Randy Ciarlante on drums/vocals and Little Feat frontman and Grammy nominated Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist, Scott Sharrard on guitar and vocals, performs the music of The Band, Gregg Allman, The Allman Brothers Band, Ronnie Earl and Levon Helm alongside some of their own originals, including songs they wrote and performed with these legendary artists over many years of albums and tours.

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Saturday
Sep 14
Split Bill
Main Stage

SPLIT BILL: Tyrone Cotton | I Get Wild

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Tyrone Cotton’s earliest musical revelation was listening to the raspy, inspirational voice of his grandfather, the Reverend Cleveland Roosevelt Williams, at his childhood home in Louisville, KY. Cotton began playing guitar along to the sounds of popular rock and blues artists and draws inspiration for his debut album from influences such as Jerry Garcia, Jimi Hendrix, Buddy Guy, and Mississippi John Hurt, who intrigued Tyrone with his “finger pickin’ and soft, wispy voice.”

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. 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.

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Sunday
Sep 15
Split Bill
Main Stage

Michael Mayo

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

“Without a doubt the best young male jazz singer in Los Angeles”
– LA Weekly

“Mayo’s vocals emanate a dreamy rich savor”
– Huffington Post

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Friday
Sep 27
Split Bill
Main Stage

Jonah Smith Band

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

"Soulful music, which calls to mind J.J. Cale & Van Morrison." Wall St. Journal

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Sunday
Sep 29
Split Bill
Main Stage

Neil Alexander | 50th Anniversary Show!

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

In September 1973, a young Neil Alexander stepped on a small stage in Nyack NY for the first time. The following spring, May of 1974, the Nyack High School jazz band premiered a full-length composition that Neil had wrote and arranged. His destiny, it seemed was set…

Join Neil “Nail” Alexander and friends Sunday for a 50 year Musical Retrospective, featuring music from throughout Neil’s 50 year journey, played by some of the area’s finest musicians like Peter Furlan, Bob Meyer, Jonyoong Lee, Nadav Snir-Zelniker, Brian Mooney, Peter Brendler, Gregg Bendian, Fung Chern Hwei, Brad Hubbard and many more, plus special guests!

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Friday
Oct 4
Split Bill
Main Stage

Jamie McLean Band | Album Release Party

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Jamie McLean Band creates a musical gumbo that incorporates New Orleans soul, middle Americana roots, Delta blues and New York City swagger.

McLean and company ooze drops of southern roots rock, blues, R&B, funk and soul out of every note... the rock & roll swagger of the Rolling Stones combined with the
songwriting prowess of Ryan Adams
."- Jambase

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Friday
Oct 11
Split Bill
Main Stage

Madison McFerrin

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Independent artist and musician Madison McFerrin has come into her own. Madison holds a fruitful and robust solo career with three self produced EPs and numerous performances and curatorships across the country and internationally. Madison’s distinct vocal and meticulously layered stylings of a capella and self-harmonizing culminate in work that blends the genres of R&B, pop, soul and jazz, all with a sense of softness. Her genre-bending work has led to Questlove dubbing her early sound “soul-appella,” AdHoc to describe her work as “an oasis of serenity,” and The FADER noting how Madison’s “warm harmonies feel effortless.”  

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Saturday
Oct 19
Split Bill
Main Stage

Sara Milonovich & Daisycutter

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

Hudson Valley singer/songwriter/fiddler Sara Milonovich and her band Daisycutter deliver a heady harvest of heart-stopping original roots rock and alt-Americana gems. Sara was named 2022 Americana Artist of the Year by the Capital District Thomas Edison Music Awards.

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Saturday
Nov 2
Split Bill
Main Stage

Deadgrass | 'Day of the Dead'

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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 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
Nov 3
Split Bill
Main Stage

Chris Cohen

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Dining 5:30-9pm. Music 7:30pm.

On July 12th, Chris Cohen will release Paint a Room, his fourth full-length and debut effort for Hardly Art. Sublime and sunlit, this collection of 10 songs considers dreamy new ways out of old predicaments, clearly stating the problem and dancing and singing their way somewhere new.

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