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Doug Gray Talks Marshall Tucker and Soul of the South and His Long Career
2 months ago
The Marshall Tucker Band first got together in the early 70s—absent of anyone actually named Marshall Tucker. The impetus for a name occurred when original members Tommy Caldwell, Paul T. Riddle, Geor...
Jen Clarke’s Evening of Drummers Rocks to the Beat in Shenorock
2 months ago
Last Saturday Night, Jen Clarke held her annual Evening of Drummers at the Shenorock Clubhouse. The format had the background music and vocals blaring in range from Led Zeppelin, Greenday, Van Halen a...
On the Road in Somers with Scott Urgola
6 months ago
As could be said for most of us, hearing the Beatles for the first time begins a journey into music that never ends. “I decided at 13,” said Scott Urgola, “that I needed an electric guitar.” This as h...
Bobo's Cafe Holds Sway in Somers on Saturday Night
6 months ago
Once again, Bobo’s Cafe held sway over Saturday Night in Somers, New York. Jack Chase brought back the 40s and 50s at the mic and allowed seniors who weathered the day’s heat to relax the night away. ...
Hey Baby Continues to Rock Westchester
7 months ago
If you decide on a rockin' night out on a Friday Night with the Hey Baby band and notice a twirling disco ball above, don’t expect that these guys to pay it any heed. “We don’t conform to KC and The S...
Woody Guthrie Didn’t Read the Headlines. He Found the Battle Lines
a year ago
Last week at the Jacob Burns Film Center, audience members found residence in Peter Frumkin’s Woody Guthrie documentary Ain’t go no Home. Opening the evening, which included a discussion from Frumkin ...