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Tribes Hill Songbook

A chorus of Happy Birthday wishes to Pete Seeger from his friends at Tribes Hill!!! Thank you for inspiring and leading us. We are dedicating our songbook to you for showing people everywhere that singing together brings us together and once we're singing together we're all on our way to working together for our collective future.

Tribes Hill Songbook to be performed as part of Arts At The X, in White Plains on Saturday, May 2 at 8 pm

Notable, award winning singer-songwriters of the renowned Hudson Valley musician's collective will showcase each other's songs in celebration of the coming publication Tribes Hill Songbook. The Songbook will bring together a great collection in the folk tradition, inspired by distinguished Tribes Hill member, Pete Seeger.

Artists include the teenage phenomenon Anthony da Costa, five time Umbria Jazz Festival artist-in-residence KJ Denhert, fearless folk rockers Gillen & Turk, roads scholar Steve Kirkman and the delightful songstress Kathleen Pemble. Reviews abound for these distinguished regional performers: 'There are many great reasons to see Anthony (da Costa)  live —fresh lyrics, engaging stage performance, full-bodiedguitar playing and witty insights." - Steve Coccia , The Mansion; Regarding KJ Denhert 'high energy, bold'  Relix, 'soulful fusion of jazz, R&B, rock and folk....genre-transcending music.' -  All About Jazz; Gillen and Turk are 'poets and political commentators, their statements are framed by top-notch playing and original instrumentation.' -  CJ Trent,;  'basically, we all want to be in a Steve Kirkman cover band' - Fred Gillen Jr. ; Kathleen Pemble's songs are "superbly crafted compositions." - John Platt WFUV). Special Guests tba.

A preview of the Songbook will be available on the Tribes Hill web site by summer.

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 on the day of show. Purchase online at or call (914) 428-4220 x 223 to book your tickets.

The event is a co-production of Tribes Hill and ArtsWestchester, with support from the Jacob Burns Foundation and the NY State Council on the Arts. Sponsored by Jacqueline & Arthur Walker.

The Arts Exchange is located at 31 Mamaroneck Avenue (corner of Martine Ave. )
White Plains, NY 10601  Ticket holders can get 15% off drinks and dinner before/after the show at nearby restaurants Asian Temptation or The Melting Pot. Parking conveniently located on same block at City Center garage.

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