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Sunday, November 18, 2018

4:00 PM

Peekskill, NY


201 South Division Street Peekskill, NY 10566 USA

phone: (914) 737-1701



Wind up for the holiday season with Tribes Hill!

We will be delighted to welcome you to our new home at the BeanRunner Café, located at 201 South Division St. Peekskill, NY 914.737.1701 It’s a good idea to call ahead for a reservation. The BeanRunner has a complete café menu, including wine and beer. Our heartfelt thanks to Drew and Ted for giving us the opportunity to present our series in a truly comfortable and artist friendly space.

Tribes Hill Presents Kindred Folk, bringing you the best in singer songwriter talent. Proud to be partially supported by an ArtsWestchester ArtsAlive grant. $10 suggested admission at the door. Doors 4:00pm, the music starts at 4:30.

This month we are presenting:

Alyssa Dann is a 17-year-old singer songwriter raised in the legendary artist enclave of Woodstock, NY. Alyssa began writing stories in elementary school. At 15, she was already a strong singer and guitarist, when a creative writing class ignited her desire to write her own songs. In 2016, she received a youth scholarship to the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance (NERFA) conference and received favorable reviews in the pool of professional singer songwriters. She continues to build her repertoire and hone her performance and songwriting skills.

Bill Kelly is a poet, singer songwriter, multi instrumentalist, touring musician and producer whose early life includes working and studying with spiritual master/pioneer Walt Baptiste of San Francisco (1979-85) Kelly’s music has appeared in major motion pictures, network television, compilation records including Dave Alvin, Slaid Cleaves, Todd Snyder, Hayes Carll. His new, as yet still untitled, record was produced by Lincoln Schleifer and features Larry Campbell, John Leventhal, John Ginty, and other greats. Larry Campbell says "Bill has the voice and pen of a true artist.” Buddy Miller praised Bill’s record Bread on the Waters as "a beautiful record/songs that won't let go," and Robert K Oermann called Seraphima "a great song/real Americana music." Kelly was a vocalist in a nationally touring Crosby Stills Nash tribute show (2016-18), and recorded and performed with Andy Goessling of Railroad Earth (1986-2018)
Bill is a multi instrumentalist and vocalist with Chris Berardo, Brother Flower, and Folkfoot.

Susan Kane’s sweet and sharp Americana is an alchemy of stuff dug from the dirt, born from books, gleaned from the air, yesterday's news and tomorrow's daydreams. Her fourth CD, Mostly Fine, released in July 2016, enjoyed wide airplay and strong chart positions in the US and abroad. Roots Music Reports ranked the song “Away” the #16 Folk Rock song of 2016, and the album #33. called it "...a set of potent originals that reveal a rich and eminently human inner world through the superimposition of the mundane and the magic." Born in New York and raised in various suburban locations by artistically inclined parents in New Jersey, Kane was drawn to music at an early age, but wandered away from her mother’s conservatory piano repertoire to the homespun vibes of acoustic folk and twangy country music. Something old, something new: the old bridal rhyme is the perfect prescription for songwriting. If you follow her on Twitter/Instagram, you’ll find she admits to digging in the dirt, digging the Dead and reading a lot of books, mostly the paper kind. A connoisseur of words, she’s a reader, a listener, a hunter and gatherer of raw song material.

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