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Alameda Drive

Alameda Drive

Alameda Drive is a trio of a guitarist, pianist, and bassist. It primarily performs originals, and each member has contributed songs. Stylistically it plays a mix of folk and rock with a bit of jazz via the piano. Joe Garland, electric bass Alan Lighty, guitar Lynn Viggiano, piano Performances: 1:00 PM at Chapel, First Reformed […]

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Frisky Chestnut

Frisky Chestnut

We love a good hook. You know, a great riff, melody or phrase that just makes you want to dance. Or sing. Or shout. That makes you feel alive. Hooks come in all shapes, sizes, ages and styles. Fifty years or five minutes old, we don’t care. Pop, rock, soul, funk and R&B. We love […]

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Hastings High School Jazz Ensemble

Hastings High School Jazz Ensemble

Jazz picnic with BBQ for sale. This is the annual Jazz BBQ Picnic held in the courtyard of the Hastings HS/MS campus, featuring the Hastings High School Jazz Ensemble. The big band will be performing traditional swing, latin and funk. Smoked bbq ribs, chicken and sides prepared by “Dr. Ribs” Kenneth Jernigan (who is also the […]

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Hot Club of Hastings

Hot Club of Hastings

Swing & Gypsy Jazz with smooth vocals and smokin’ instrumentals. Fun and lively Swing Jazz with mandolin, guitar, clarinet, bass, and vocals. A great time to come and watch and/or dance too!   Performance: 1:00 PM, VFW Lawn, Hastings-on-Hudson Website:  taralinhardt.com/

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Les Tappan Zigues

Les Tappan Zigues

“Voyage à Paris”. Mikel and Vicente will make you feel in Paris again for the first time! Les Tappan Zigues (“zigues”-is French slang for “guys”) are Mikel Berrier on guitar, harmonica and vocals, and Vicente Saavedra on upright bass. Mikel is a native Parisian, Vicente hails from Maracaibo, Venezuela. Together they create a sound that […]

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mbiraNYC

mbiraNYC

Traditional Mbira Music & Singing of Zimbabwe Shona mbira music is one of the most soulful sounds on the African continent. For centuries the Shona people of Zimbabwe have connected with the spirits of ancestors. These spirits are summoned by spirit mediums at biras, all-night ritual ceremonies where mystical mbira (metal-pronged thumb piano) music is […]

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Old Dogs, New Tricks

Old Dogs, New Tricks

Gentle Harmonies infuse originals and covers from husband-and-husband duo Mark Davis and Jim Howe Formerly of Hastings, currently of Yonkers, husband-and-husband duo Mark Davis and Jim Howe have been singing together for years and have more recently been writing and performing their own songs. With Mark on acoustic guitar and Jim on cello, the two […]

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The Charlie Rhyner Quartet

The Charlie Rhyner Quartet

A blend of jazz originals and standards.  Charlie Rhyner is a New York area musician and music educator and has been playing music since age 13.  He graduated from Emory University with a BA music performance, studying classical and jazz guitar.  He then moved to NYC and attended Teachers College Columbia University, graduating with a […]

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Tom From Nyack

Tom From Nyack

Sometime dark, sometimes funny, but always carefully crafted, Tom’s songs often speak to the human condition. His own, or yours, or maybe that of some fictional character that inhabits a familiar place or an alternate reality. His songs can be sharp or soft, uncomfortably deep or easily shallow. But you depend on them being delivered […]

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