The Falcon has never sold a ticket. Not one ever to anyone – not when Pat Metheny played here; not for Chris Thile, who might have sold out Carnegie Hall the night before.
Friday, Nov. 9: She may have arrived a decade or two too late to have enjoyed the peak of the form, but Colvin’s early records Steady On and A Few Small Repairs are straight-up classics of the genre.
Friday, Nov. 2: Jeff Goldblum lays down some heavy science about the nature of nature while making an impressive pyramid with his achromachian fingers. And then all Hell breaks loose.
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Sunday, Oct. 28: The Wailers that will appear at Colony are no Menudo – no distant descendants of the founders, with maybe “the original gear,” as the joke goes. These Wailers are led by famed bassist and founder Aston “Familyman” Barrett, joined by fellow original Wailers Junior Marvin and Donald Kinsey.
Saturday, Oct. 20: From a Billboard perspective and in the rebel language of rock narrative, the great songwriter, bassist and recordmaker registers as confoundingly, demonstratively eclectic. Contrarian, even: one who runs from what the market wants her to be, one who ignores the nervous directives of label men. That story perplexes me.
Saturday, October 13: Hudson Valley Philharmonic opens its 59th season with Puccini, Verdi and Rossini gems.
Saturday, October 13: Kingston, is there no respite to thine special days? Mere moments after the O+ bracelets and schedules have been swept from the autumning streets of the Stockade, Uptown Kingston businesses present the first Uptown Autumn Street Fair, an autumnal shopping-themed block party with entertainment.
Saturday, October 13: AJJ is the elliptical rechristening of the jesting, jostling, Phoenix-bred punk-rock band Andrew Jackson Jihad. Why the rebrand? Many good reasons come quickly to mind, but even so, the old fans grouse.