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Sunday, October 18, 2015

Tribes Hill Presents at Embark Peekskill, Sunday, October 18th


Tribes Hill Presents at Embark Peekskill Sunday October 18th

October 18th, 2015
Tribes Hill Presents...Kindred Folk
925 South Street (note: this month 36 North Division Street)
Peekskill, NY 10566
PRICE: $10.00

The harmony-driven acoustic duo, The Levins, offer music that is warm and uplifting without skating over the complexities of life. Guitar, piano and voices provide a full sound with unexpected harmonies and unique arrangements. Their albums have garnered invitations to collaborate and perform nationally and in Amsterdam and England. The 2014 Falcon Ridge Emerging Artists’ first official release, “My Friend Hafiz”, was selected by John Platt, WFUV as a top 10 CD of 2013 and their most recent release, “TRUST” hit the Top 10 on the Folk DJ charts Spring, 2015.

Elyse Buckley is a singer/songwriter from New York. She has been writing and performing original, folk-inspired songs on acoustic guitar and ukulele for over ten years. She is currently recording her debut album after a successful online crowdfunding campaign! The album will be completed later this year—you can find out more on

Julia Douglass “Good satirists deliver brutal observations with a wink. They’re ruthless as analysts, but blithe as storytellers. Julia Douglass navigates that balance expertly on her new CD, “Poor People on TV.” The disk finds this brainy New Yorker tipping society’s sacred cows with a sly delight . . . In the title track, Douglass skewers our collective lust for gawking at TV shows about the sad shenanigans of unfortunates . . . It’s that seesaw of sweet and sour that makes Douglass so valuable . . . One day, she might even become the Loudon Wainwright of her generation.” —Jim Farber, The New York Daily News

Ted Horan “While traveling in Spain I was entranced by the the melodic strains of local Gypsy flamenco music. In this weakened state I was set upon and robbed by a caravan of gypsies. Vowing revenge, I have assiduously studied the flamenco musical forms in hopes of weaving some spells of my own.”

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