Musicians in New York City, New York
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Adam FalconA blend of Roots & Soul music mixed with the Blues
New York City, NY
Adam Falcon has worked and/or shared the stage with Roberta Flack, Sophie B. Hawkins, Whitney Houston, B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Jim Lauderdale, Robert Palmer, Peter Gabriel, and Nona Hendryx. He's opened for James Cotton Blues Band, Matt “Guitar” Murphy, Ruthie Foster, The Wailers, Jim Lauderdale and Tower of Power. Writing songs for George Benson and having songs on national television got Falcon noticed by The Song Writers Hall of Fame, which honored him with the Abe Olman Scholarship Award.
BACK IN BLACK AC/DC TributeThe True AC/DC Experience by Back in Black Mass
New York City, NY
The "True AC/DC Experienced" show performed by BACK IN BLACK has been touring the United States since 1990, entertaining audiences with their accurate replication of AC/DC's music old and new. The high energy live show will surely leave you wanting more. Back In Black has an unlimited set list of hits we all know, but what separates BACK IN BLACK from other tributes is that they have an array of B tracks on the list, songs such as, "It's A Long Way To The Top", "Overdose" and "Down payment blues"
Conjunto PhiladelphiaPHILADELPHIA'S MOST EXCITING CUBAN BAND
Conjunto Philadelphia is a musical ensemble based in the Philadelphia area performing the music of Pre-Revolutionary Cuba. The group's main aspiration is to maintain the authenticity of the music while performing it in a way that pays homage to Cuba's deep and treasured musical history. Genres include Son, Cha-Cha-Chá and Bolero. The normal size of the band is 7 musicians but can adapt based on the needs of the event. Solo acts all the way up to 7 musicians can be booked.
The Wool Hats String BandAlt Bluegrass/Jamgrass/Acoustic Rock
The Wool Hats is a Connecticut based bluegrass/jamgrass band. Built upon a driving rhythm section, the trio of lead instruments weaves intricate melodic spaces while the vocal harmonies add to the warmth and richness of their sound. Their repertoire includes bluegrass classics and unique interpretations of classic rock material, as well as well-crafted originals. A fresh voice for our times, The Wool Hats are thrilling and charming audiences throughout the Connecticut area.
Giovana RobinsonGiovana sings with passion connecting audiences
Giovana Robinson’s repertoire include Latin music styles, Latin Jazz and music from her album “Introducing Giovana”. Giovana has performed for over 15 years in a variety of stages like the Philadelphia Art Museum, The Kimmel Center of the Performing Arts, The Woodmere Art Museum, WHYY, The Center City Jazz Festival, Artreach, Rutgers University, UPENN, Villanova University, The Atwater Kent museum, The Sunoco Welcome America 4th of July event on the Ben Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia.
TAARKAIndie Folk, bluegrass, Americana, Gypsyjazz, ....
A virtuosic ensemble of 5-string violin, mandolin/tenor guitar, guitar, upright bass, and voice, Taarka features high-energy performances. Add in innovative beautiful songwriting and compositions that weave the sounds of old and new from world folk, celtic, bluegrass, jazz, and classical, Taarka is fit to entertain.
New York City, NY
From the barren desert of West Texas to the gritty streets of New York City, Ronnie Eaton uses vivid metaphors and heart-tugging melodies to describe his vision of the American experience with his voice and an acoustic guitar. “Ronnie takes the same mature, nuanced approach to his writing that you’d expect from Jason Eady and combines it with the rich, warm, and inviting melodies that you would expect from John Moreland,” said the Musical Divide in a recent review–and that is a perfect description for what you can expect from listening to one of Ronnie’s albums or seeing him perform live.
J.S. OndaraSinger / Songwriter
Donavon Frankenreiter's new album, "The Heart",; officially marks the start of the singer-songwriter's second decade as a solo recording artist. It's been over ten years since the release of his self-titled debut, and in that time he has grown, not only as a musician, but also as a man. He's raising a family and nurturing two creative careers-one onstage, one in the waves-but on top of all that, he's still learning what makes him tick. And so, naturally, he named his album after his ticker.