Saturday, November 15th, 2014 at 7:00pm
- Special Benefit Show –
“How ‘Bout Them Apples?”A musical farm-to-table dinner celebration of New York’s apple harvest featuring…
James Beard Award Nominee Peter Kelly (X2O)
James Beard Award Nominee Eric Gabrynowicz (Restaurant North)
Dave DiBari (The Cookery)
A New York State hard cider tasting by Rick Lewitt of Breezy Hill
Craft beer from Captain Lawrence
A goody bag from Anna Arturo’s Pastry Shop
Music from The Sea, The Sea and Spuyten Duyvil
Harmony-based, lyric-driven songs. Simple and true.
Folk-pop duo The Sea The Sea (Chuck E. Costa and Mira Stanley) released their debut full length album ”Love We Are We Love” this February. A playful mix of old and new, acoustic and electric, raw and graceful, TSTS has created an inspired trove of dynamic and sincere songs. Their live shows will leave you stirring.
“Two of the loveliest male-female voices you might ever hear this or any other year…If Joni Mitchell and Elvis Costello had ever decided back in the day to write, sing and make a duets record together, it might’ve sounded something like this.” (Huffington Post) Sea it!
Amped-Up American Roots
“I remember tossing a cherry bomb into a lake when I was a kid. That’s how Spuyten Duyvil (pronounced “SPITE-en DIE-vul”) affected me when I first heard them. Great original writing and outstanding vocals blast this group into the stratosphere.” (Rich Warren, WMFT-Chicago) Their “raucous roots” (New York Times) sound draws upon the last 100 years of American music blending blues, old timey, bluegrass, 2nd line and 70′ folk rock. “They are a mighty seven-piece powerhouse… All the playing is hot” (Huffington Post). See it!
Proceeds to benefit the Hudson River Valley Environmental Education Institute (aka Beczak) and Urban H2O.
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