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.
Pluck & Rail is the acoustic intersection of Andrew Sussman of the prog-rock heavyweights Frogg Café, and George Gierer of the folkabilly band South County. Drawing from the deep well of American music, Pluck & Rail blends together gritty songwriting, tight vocal melodies and soaring cello runs to craft their unique sound.
“…bittersweet…” – New York Times (July 2015)
“…evocative of the Felice Brothers…” Westchester Magazine’s 2014 Fall Arts Preview
“…a fresh take evoking aspects of T Bone Burnett.” Progression Magazine, Oct. 2015”
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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.