It's time to celebrate our spectacular local music scene and remember our dearest super music fan, Dick Quinn.
Don't miss out on attending this special day of music and community. This year's annual Dick Quinn Memorial Concert will feature live music from many local acts including The Hill Hollow Band, The Door Nails, Off The Record Trio, The Lazy Suns, Ed and Evan Conway Duo, The El Dorados, Big Frank and The Bargain Bingers, Scotty Mac and the Rockin' Bonnevilles, and Jason Maloney.
All door donations ($10 suggested donation admission) will support the local musicians while providing a modest fund that will be awarded to a community member or local musician that is in need of assistance.
This special event will also feature a one-of-a kind pop-up photography exhibition featuring the works of local photographer, visual artist, and journalist, Amy Modesti. A local music fan and a friend of Dick Quinn and his family, Modesti's photographs have been featured and displayed in various music publications & music venues around the Capital Region such as "The Spot518", "Nipper Town", "NYS Music", "The Eastwick Press", The Rustic Barn Pub, River Street Beat Shop, among others. While you listen to the music, be sure to check out and purchase some of Modesti's concert photography. Select proceeds from her visual work will go towards the Dick Quinn Memorial Fund.
HEY, GREASY! Presents…
Daddy Long Legs
THURSDAY 1/31 at THE HANGAR.
Returning to capital land, the KINGS of boppin blooz trash rockin boogie woogie, Norton Records superstars, DADDY LONG LEGS! On their way to the great white north with the comeback of an all Lake brother edition of THE TELEVISIONARIES! Slik Nik & th' Tex's Playboys kick it off! $10 gets you into the gig of the season!
made possible by:
The Hangar on the Hudson and The River Street Beat Shop
AND VIEWERS LIKE YOU
For nearly half a decade, The National Reserve has spent its Friday nights lighting it up at a Brooklyn bar, winning over barflies with epic sets and a remarkable breadth of songcraft and showmanship. Now, with their stunning new Ramseur Records debut album, MOTEL LA GRANGE, the band has crafted a rich and raucous collection that instantly places them among Americanas finest its force, directness, and performance not unlike some lost recording unearthed from the golden age of 70s rock n roll. Founded and fronted by singer-guitarist Sean Walsh, The National Reserve mine an archetypal musical seam, marrying gutbucket R&B, Laurel Canyon lyricism, New Orleans funk workouts, late night soul, and boozy rock n roll to create their own timeless brand of American music. Songs like Found Me A Woman and the indelible title track reveal a gifted new tunesmith while masterfully reminding one and all of the simple beauty of a great American bar band two guitars, organ, bass and drums rocking out in the corner, singing their songs to soundtrack the night. The National Reserve is now planning to bring all the fun and fire of their fervent Friday night sets to the rest of the world, eager to pack as many folks into their late night scene as possible.
The National Reserve plays the Hangar on the Hudson Friday November 30th @ 8pm!
Tickets Available @ Brownpapertickets.com
Sean's playing a hometown show @ the Hangar on the Hudson
Tickets @ Brownpapertickets.com
"We are the elders of our minds, sings Sean Rowe on Gas Station Rose, the track that ushers in his fourth album, New Lore, with plaintive plucks of guitar and steady drips of piano that fall in like rain. Its a sparse and beautiful moment, anchored by Rowes unparalleled voice so full of gravely soul, aged and edged by years on the road, as a father and husband, as a creative force always looking for the next rhyme. And, so integral to the man that he is, one that is constantly absorbing nature. It wasnt the easiest journey to get to the ten vulnerable songs that comprise New Lore (out April 7th care of Anti-) it took a label change, a trip to Memphis and some support from unexpected places but what resulted is a roadmap for a gentle heart in modern times, in a world where the best oracle isnt within a computer, but within ourselves.
Though Rowe has often made his hometown of Troy, New York and its surrounding areas his creative base, New Lore brought a new environment, and a new producer. Appropriate to his love of folk-blues legends like Howlin Wolf, he ventured to Sam Phillips Recording studio in Memphis to work with Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, Margo Price). They tapped into the history of the legendary space to hone a sound that is at once rich and stark, putting Rowes deep and dynamic rage at the forefront. Because if high notes can shatter windows, Rowes low and guttural ones can meld sand into glass."