The Friends of Crawford Park are proud to present Music at the Mansion, an acoustic music series held at the historic Crawford Mansion on the grounds of Crawford Park in Rye Brook, NY.
The mission of Music at the Mansion is to raise money for the park through a series of musical events that feature a combination of nationally-renowned and exceptional local talent. The music will be eclectic, diverse, and will definitely entertain you. Our intimate venue seats about 100 and we host shows approximately every two months. Previous shows have featured Bill Kirchen, Sloan Wainwright, Guy Davis, and more.
African, Caribbean, Funk, Reggae, and Latin grooves meet traditional fiddle music. It’s the genre-bending future of the music of the past. The Gaslight Tinkers‘ blend of global rhythms creates a joyously danceable sound around a core of traditional New England old time and celtic fiddle music, merging boundless positive energy with melody and song. Since its formation in 2012 the band has lit up the East Coast, the West Coast, and the Caribbean, headlining clubs, dances, and major festivals.
Playing what The Valley Advocate describes as “Music that consistently fizzes and pops with unexpected textures and turns,” The Gaslight Tinkers’ shows are packed with delightful surprises, elated crowds, and exuberant musicianship. The sound and energy of Audrey, Jopey, Garrett, and Peter are universally irresistible.
Tickets for this show are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. This benefit show is presented by Friends of Crawford Park and all proceeds go toward beautification of Crawford Park. Doors open at 7PM. Refreshments are available at the show, including beer and wine.
Videos of the Gaslight Tinkers:
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2017, 7:30PM:
Town of Rye Revue: Open Mic and guests Julie Corbalis and Deuces Child
Spend an evening in Crawford Park hearing local musical talent! We’ll start the evening with an open mic: show off your skills by playing up to two songs in front of your best friends! All genres welcome: folk, acoustic, country, rock, alternative, celtic, bluegrass, opera, a capella, jazz, R&B. Anybody can play, but we’ll reserve 4 spots for Town of Rye residents.
Singer-songwriter and Rye Brook resident Julie Corbalis has been performing all over the world since 1996 and has recorded six albums, including her latest, “What’s Up with This Heart.” Her musical influences are as diverse as her musical catalog and include the Beatles, Sheryl Crow, and a sub-genre to what she whimsically refers as “White Boy Blues” including the likes of Eric Clapton, The Animals, and the Rolling Stones. Corbalis enjoys steady exposure in local media radio outlets, including WFUV 90.7, WHUD 100.7 and The Peak 107.1, and her cover of The Faces “Ooh La La” was featured on the hit TV show “Bones” in June 2016.
Deuces Child is the acoustic duo of Port Chester native Gigi Tanglewood and fellow singer-songwriter Lou Patrick. They create a unique and lively musical program with their acoustic guitar interplay and amazing harmonic vocals. As veteran performers coming from different musical backgrounds, they offer up an inspiring and versatile collection of cover and original songs by blending blues, folk, country and classic rock into a fresh new sound.
Tickets for this show for this show are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. This benefit show is presented by Friends of Crawford Park and all proceeds go toward beautification of Crawford Park. Refreshments are available at the show, including beer and wine. Doors open at 6:30pm, open mic sign up is at 7:00pm, and show starts at 7:30pm. NOTE EARLY 7:30 START TIME!!
THINGS WE LIKE
We are pleased to be a cultural partner with the Caramoor Center for Music and Arts in Katonah, NY.
Sound City Music of Stamford CT does an excellent job of ensuring that the PA system sounds great at our shows. They also have rehearsal spaces for musicians.
Acoustic Live has listings of live music around the NYC area.
Music at the Mansion would like to thank:
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