Beczak Environmental Center
35 Alexander Street
Cricket Tell The Weather
Urban H2O Alumni Cricket Tell The Weather were featured at Joe Val Bluegrass Festival, Del Fest, Ossippe Valley Music Festival, Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, Brandywine Folk Festival and Mass MoCA Music Festival ….all in their first year! Winners of the 2013 Freshgrass Award, their bluegrass inspired original voice carries a new spirit that explores a century of influences, owing as much to the traditions that inspired bluegrass as to the journey that follows. The video that made us fall hopelessly in love with this band is right here.
Coming off of a recent tour and collaborative album project (“Woodstock” – see it!) with Urban H2O alums, Darlingside, Heather Maloney comes to our stage with songs about the little triumphs of love, the solace of redemption, and her firm belief that nothing’s colder than trying too hard to be cool. She is rapidly emerging as an artist to watch, and we’re not the only ones who think so. According to No Depression “Her music is riveting, her voice adventurous, her lyrics thought-provoking”
“Delicious, really excellent…” Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
SHOWS are the third Saturday of every month at Beczak, an eco-friendly renovation of a former factory social club along the Hudson River in downtown Yonkers. Steps from Yonkers Amtrak and Metro-North station.
Ample free parking.
Urban H20 is located at Beczak Environmental Education Center, along the east side of the Hudson River at 35 Alexander St., Yonkers NY 10701. Look for a beige stucco building with glass double doors in the front and a parking lot.