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Sunday, March 18, 2018


Pleasantville, NY

Tribes Hill Presents...Kindred Folk

446 Bedford Road, Pleasantville, NY 10570 United States

Price: $10.00

Tribes Hill PresentsKindred Folk

Our first show of the 2018 season, our fourth year bringing the best acoustic music to Westchester.

SCOTT WOLFSON AND OTHER HEROES have been lighting up stages with their high-energy brand of multifaceted Americana music since 2011. Seamlessly welding folk, blues, country, Broadway, and rock’n’roll into a smart, rootsy, compelling sound, Scott and the band join it with a razor-sharp wit to seek out the humanity in moments of love, rage, and despair. They were 2016 NERFA Formal Showcase Artists and Falcon Ridge Folk Festival “Most Wanted” artists. “They’ve kicked it up another notch…. The band continues to mature and even the quieter songs carry a bit more drama. As the songs continue to spill out of Scott Wolfson’s fertile imagination, they keep getting more infectious and intriguing.” – Richard Cuccaro, Acoustic Live in NYC
ILANA DONNA ARAZIE is a rootsy-soulful singer-songwriter and Hastings-on-Hudson resident. She has been singing at cafes, open mics, bars and showers across NYC, Miami and SF since she was 18. Since meeting her husband, Matt Turk, a professional musician and troubadour, she and Matt have been harmonizing and collaborating. Ilana has been writing new music in her free moments while taking care of their 2-year-old son. She will be performing new compositions, as well as choice classic covers. Ilana takes her inspiration from artists like The Louvin Brothers, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Lucinda Williams, Jerry Garcia, Theresa Williams and Larry Campbell. With a beautiful and powerful voice along with personal stories, Ilana delivers a finely crafted performance.
LARA SCHULER grew up in New Canaan, CT - wrote her 1st poem when she was 8, started playing drums & guitar when she was 12 & wrote her 1st song in college. She's performed in Boston, NY, LA & throughout New England.
Arts Alive Project Grants are made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program (DEC), a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature and administered by ArtsWestchester.

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