Gods of Thunder perform classic Kiss songs created by the original members of Kiss from 1974 - 1977. Gods of Thunder perform in classic Kiss make-up and suits reminiscent of the Dress To Kill Album. Professional musicians pay tribute to this great American rock-n-roll featuring popular hits and fan favorite deep cuts. Whether you're a Kiss fan or not you'll enjoy the fun. This all ages Halloween show will feature a costume contest; adult category and kids under 12 category. Get ready to Shout It Out Loud!
$28 - https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3605732
or call 518-832-3484
Aztec Two-Step featuring Rex Fowler and Friends
Happy Halloween Show!
Come celebrate Halloween with Aztec Two-Step featuring Rex & Friends. Costumes are optional, but encouraged!
The story of Aztec Two-Step is intertwined with the history of folk-rock music in America, originating from a chance meeting at an open mic night in a Boston folk club in 1971. Taking their band’s name from a poem by beat poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti, ATS burst on the scene in 1972 with their self-titled debut album on Elektra Records, and Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman went on to spend a lifetime making music together.
Now, after 47 years of touring, Neal has taken himself off the road following the passing of his beloved wife Karen. With his love and encouragement, the ATS legacy continues as Rex welcomes to the Aztec Two-Step stage the incomparable Steven “Muddy” Roues on upright bass, blues harp and vocals (Roues Brothers, Jon Pousette-Dart); and on guitars, keyboards and vocals, Dodie Pettit (original cast member of Broadway’s “Phantom of the Opera”; “CATS”; and session player on Aztec’s “Times of Our Lives”).
After 47 years of magic between Rex & Neal, Rex’s new trio carries on, to rousing fan reviews:
“Saw the new collaboration at the Nelson Odeon and loved the show…”
“I saw the “new ATS” at City Winery in D.C. last month. It was a great show. Will always miss Neal, but the new configuration maintains the integrity of the ATS music that fans love and also brings in some new directions. Will be fun to see how they evolve.”
“Amazing show at the Courthouse. Classic Aztec with a twist. Go see Rex, Dodie and Muddy. You won’t be disappointed!”
he Resolutions, a Glens Falls-based vocal group made up of seven singers and musicians - Catherine Reid, musical director, John Alecci, Debbie Ann, Avery Babson, Gisella Montanez Case, John Anthime Miller, and Camille West Wodicka.
Formed in the fall of 2015 by Catherine Reid, The Resolutions bring a wide range of musical styles and skills to the table to create a remarkably harmonious and unique texture. But don't take my word for it! Follow us and see a show and find out for yourself!
Rustic Overtones is a seven piece rock band from Portland Maine that boasts a discography spanning 20 years. The bands unique version of indie rock is strongly influenced by soul music, garage punk, jazz and psychedelic music of the 60’s and 70’s.
Best known for their energetic live shows and perceptual songwriting, they have collaborated and recorded with David Bowie, Ray Lamontagne, Eric Krasno, among others, and lyricist and frontman Dave Gutter is a prominent songwriter, having penned songs for Aaron Neville, Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks, Eric Krasno, Res, Gramatik, Carlos Santana, and Eric Clapton.
$50/center view, $40 off center view
Senior/student/veteran prices for the Hunter College Community and NYC dance students are $20 for center and $15 for side view.
Hudson River Music Hall Productions presents Ballet Meets The Beatles at The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College located on 68th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues on Saturday, October 13th at 8pm. Tickets are $50 for center view seating and $40 for off center view. Senior/student/veteran prices for the Hunter College Community and NYC dance students are $20 for center and $15 for side view. Proceeds from the performance are to benefit the Strand Theater Revival in Hudson Falls, NY and Chevalier Ballet to bring professional dance programming and education to the Southern Adirondack region of New York State. Ballet Meets The Beatles is a live performance by Chevalier Ballet to the songs of The Beatles performed by tribute band Across The Pond. They are joined by string quartet ‘Silhouette’ on such songs as Eleanor Rigby, All You Need Is Love, A Day in The Life, Here Comes The Sun and many more. The show begins with Across The Pond performing an ‘Ed Sullivan Set’ of early rockers before they are joined by Chevalier and Silhouette. Guaranteed to make you want to sing, scream and dance! Help us celebrate the collaboration of these great art forms.
$38 in advance/$42 at the door
Martin Barre has been the guitarist of Jethro Tull for 43 years, his sound and playing having been a major factor in their success. Album sales have exceeded 60 million units and they continue to be played worldwide, representing an important part of classic rock history. Martin’s guitar playing has earned him a high level of respect and recognition; he was voted 25th best solo ever in the USA and 20th best solo ever in the UK for his playing on 'Aqualung'. His playing on the album ‘Crest of a Knave’ earned him a Grammy award in 1988. As well as numerous Jethro Tull albums, Martin has worked with many other artists including Paul McCartney, Phil Collins, Gary Moore, Jo Bonamassa and Chris Thompson and has shared a stage with such legends as Hendrix, Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin. As Jethro Tull are taking a long break from touring, Martin has put together a band to play the "classic" music from the Tull catalogue. His band is a total commitment to give the Tull fans and a broader audience the chance to hear tracks not performed for many years. The band includes top musicians from a similar background.
The recent, digital-only releases of the singles "More Or Less" and "In the Time It Took" feature the collaborative talents of two of the country's finest musicians, Joel Brown and Dave Maswick. Their live, duo performances feature beautifully arranged harmony singing over lush acoustic accompaniment highlighted by intricate, fingerpicked guitar work. Their expressive lead and solo vocals serve as perfect vehicles for their hook-laden, modern folk/pop and contemporary acoustic original songs. As a classical guitarist, Joel Brown, has traveled worldwide appearing in the Czech republic, in Asia with the Singapore Chinese Orchestra and in the U.S. at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. His varied talents aren’t limited to classical music though. Brown is also a member of the touring group Triple Play, a border-crossing trio blending jazz with blues and folk, including members Chris Brubeck and harmonica legend Peter Madcat Ruth. Between tour dates he can be found at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs as an Artist-in-Residence. As a member of the ‘80’s group Blotto, you may have seen Dave Maswick in the video for the hit song "I Wanna Be a Lifeguard" (on MTV’s very first day on the air), the cult classic horror film “Basket Case” or later on NBC's Today Show. Dave has continued to produce, write, perform and work with with many of the finest musicians in the U.S. and Europe on music and film projects too numerous to mention, all the while continuing his long association as a charter member of seminal country metal bluegrass proponents, the Stony Creek Band.
Kirsti Blow opens the show.
free admission, donations towards the Strand Theater greatly appreciated
An afternoon remembering loved ones for members in the community to bring a picture of a recently lost loved one and place the photo on the lobby wall. Music supplied by members of the Hudson River Music Hall community of musicians. Food and beverage provided. Donations accepted. All proceeds to benefit the Strand Revival Project. .
"Light the Song" are a band of veteran musicians
dedicated to the music of Jerry Garcia and the
Grateful Dead. In addition to playing familiar Dead
classics, LIght the Song sprinkle their sets with
hidden gems from the GD and JGB catalog.
Joe Tucker handles lead vocals and plays keyboard
and rhythm guitar, Mark Scirocco plays the Jerry leads,
Sean Sullivan contributes his hypnotic bass lines while
Jason Vazquez's sophisticated drum grooves keep the
dancers moving. Our dear friends Amy Reichardt and
Amy Kuzmicki contribute gorgeous harmony vocals.
Come to the Strand and let the grateful good times roll with
LIght the Song!
Elise Lunder studies violin performance at Bennington College. She has played in ensembles such as Sage City Symphony, the University of Vermont Symphony orchestra, and alongside members of The Philadelphia Orchestra during her time in the Philadelphia International Music Festival student soloist program. Outside of the college, she plays revolutionary folk tunes in a duo at many historical events throughout Vermont and Upstate New York.
Tony Lu, B.A. from Bennington College with concentrations in Mathematics, History and Piano Performance. Born in Wuhan, China in 1997, Tony started learning and playing the piano at age 5 and due to his visual impairment, he has always learned music by ear. Tony began to study in the US in 2013 and has performed with various different chamber music groups and orchestras both in high school and college. He recently performed the Brahms D Minor Piano Concerto with Sage City Symphony. Tony has worked closely and performed with many Bennington College music faculty, including Christopher Lewis, Yoshiko Sato, Joan Forsyth, Nathaniel Parke, Kaori Washiyama, and Allen Shawn, both on and off campus. Tony also worked as a piano tutor, music history, & analysis lecturer, and accompanist helping students in the music department. Together, Tony is also an active faculty member of Sonata International Piano Camp and Summer Sonatina International Piano Camp in Bennington, VT.
From Soiree to America, Chamber Music of Schumann, Dvořák, and Brahms
Elise Lunder, Violin, Tony Lu, Piano
Three Fantasy Pieces Op. 73 Robert Schumann
I. Zart und mit Ausdruck (1810-1856)
II. Lebhaft, leicht
III. Rasch und mit Feuer .
Sonatina for Violin and Piano Op. 100 Antonín Dvořák
I. Allegro risoluto (1841-1904)
III. Molto vivace
- Intermission -
Sonata for Violin and Piano Op. 120 No. 1 Johannes Brahms
I. Allegro appassionato (1833-1897)
II. Andante un poco Adagio
III. Allegretto grazioso
The Strand Theater is bringing the laughs on Friday, August 3rd at 8pm. Hosted by Comedy Works Regular Grady Dixon, you will see three unique acts to tickle your funny bones.
Jaye McBride is funny, smart and proudly transgender. Jaye has traveled the world performing stand-up comedy both as a headliner and sharing the stage with comedy greats like Aziz Ansari, Gilbert Gottfried, Jim Norton & Bobcat Goldthwait. Jaye has also been a part of The Boston Comedy Festival, The Maine Comedy Festival, and the She Devil Comedy Festival. In addition to stand-up, Jaye has written, produced and acted in a variety of short films. When not performing on-stage or on-screen Jaye writes "The Comedy Blog" for the Times Union and speaks at colleges all across the country with her lecture about being transgender. Having transitioned in 2007, Jaye is uniquely qualified to talk about awkward first dates, strained family relationships and self-acceptance.
Jaye is originally from Upstate NY but now calls Brooklyn her home.
Rich Williams is a must see act.
Headlining Comedian nominated for two Emmys. Appeared on Comedy Central, Chelsea Lately, Punk'd, The Best Damn Sports Show Period, HBO Aspen Comedy Fest, and The Howard Stern Show. Wrote for numerous tv shows on MTV, Fox, Fox Sports and E!
A cerebral comic who delves into taboo subjects with the deft skill of a seasoned pro. It's amazing to watch him work.
From the small upstate town of Fort Edward, Jay LaFarr was raised in a home that fostered his love of America and massive, crippling guilt and self doubt. This comes through in his standup comedy, which is funny, honest and at times disturbing. Performing over 300 sets a year for the last decade and with material that can be relatable to most any of us. A writer for children's shows and a staple of the Texas film scene, you may have seen him on Amazon Prime or Netflix, but most likely in one of the dozens of venues he performs at every year. He regularly performs with the comedians of Humor for Heroes, a non profit that raises money for various US veteran's groups.
Sonic Ascent : Based out of Glens Falls, NY, Sonic Ascent has been bringing listeners a unique approach to indie rock since 2014. Inspired by shoegaze, psych rock, post-punk, and power pop (among others), they have a sound that echoes the past, with an eye on the future.
A World For You : Brandon James of Saratoga Springs, New York is the talented multi-instrumentalist that makes up A World For You. A World For You’s melodic brand of Psychedelic/Blues/Rock is intriguing and captivating.
Hill Haints : A freight train jumps tracks. A head slams against a wall over and over. A sucker punch lands straight to the gut. Then their set ends. Hill Haints sing songs of the voiceless - the refugee, the murdered, the lost, Loud, ferocious, pointed.
This power trio features blues guitar great BB Ready performing Texas swing blues in the style of Stevie Ray Vaughn. Since 2006 they have been touring from the Northeastern United States. Their recordings are in regular rotation on blues radio stations in the United States and Europe. In 2014, Fade to Blues won the Capital Region Blues Society Blues Challenge and represented Northern New York at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tn in January of 2015. Their second CD, “Born With the Blues” is representing the region at the IBC this year in the “Best Self Produced CD” competition.Covers and originals. $10
Every Thursday night for the past several years the Lawrence St Pub has hosted great area musicians and open jams. They bring their seasoned blend of professionals and best kept secrets to the Strand on a Friday night for a special concert that also involves the Blues Guitar Camp. Sure to be a great night of blues, classic rock and funk. Musicians include Matt Donnelly, Billy Casey, Jim Pfoh, Archie Anderson and more. $10
A celebration of French music featuring songs and instrumentals performed by cellist, pianist, singer, composer Anthime Miller. This concert is being held at the Hudson River Music Hall on 10 Maple Street in Hudson Falls. Admission is $12/10