Tune into the Folk Revival this week for an evening with friends, old and new, featuring on-air visits from North Sea Gas, The Stray Birds, Suzie Brown, and Mark Mandeville & Raianne Richards, along with LOTS of music! The fun starts at 7!
One of the hottest bands in the area, Richard Ruotolo & Meadowe Music generates energy and excitement everywhere and everytime they perform.
This dynamic band is comprised of three to eleven very talented musicians: Ruotolo is featured on the vibraphone and percussion.
Jazz, classical favorites, Italian, R&B, funk, fusion swing, soul, Latin/salsa and pop songs are performed – Richard Ruotolo & Meadowe Music also perform Ruotolo’s compositions (ASCAP 2011). His CD’s are available for purchase.
With a new album recently released, Dan Arcamone play a mix of compositions from all three of his albums and jazz standards. Dan Arcamone’s music is filled with memorable melodies and the group naturally shifts from powerful guitar-lead rock to delicate, spacious soundscapes.
What you’ll hear from THIS show: high energy modern jazz infused with elements of rock music.
Dan Arcamone – guitar,
Sean Nowell – tenor saxophone,
Henry Lugo – bass,
Nadav Snir-Zelniker – drums
Bloomsday: The Celebration of James Joyce with Full Gael
Connecticut based Full Gael performs traditional Irish music, including a variety of jigs, reels, and songs, from Irish, Scottish and American traditions as well as the Canadian Maritime provinces. The band includes Will O’Hare (flute, whistles, vocals), Gary Palmer (guitar and vocals), and Ben Gagliardi (concertina, whistles, vocals). http://www.fullgael.com/
Amandla will announce the release of their debut CD POWERLINK and kick off their tour of the Northeast. POWERLINK emobdies Amandla's message of unity, spiritual awakening and the power of love. This unique and intimate performance from a roots-reggae powerhouse will capture you, shake your heart and your hips.
Amandla features five internationally renounced reggae artists: Yahkali, Ras Iba, Toussaint the Liberator and Bernie T
The NYC-based Danny Fox Trio plays genre-defying original music with dynamic group interplay. Almost a mix between a jazz trio, a chamber ensemble, and a rock group, the trio has developed a unique sound that departs from traditional jazz piano format and uses the roles of the instruments creatively. The music draws from eclectic influences: the quirky rhythms of a Thelonious Monk tune, the dark harmonies of Scriabin, the funkiness of a Motown bassline, or the catchiness of a Beatles tune.
Bats have a bad reputation and are feared by many people. But bats are crucial to the health of our environment and many species are locally endangered for a variety of reasons. Inquiry welcomes back children’s book author MELISSA STEWART to talk about her wonderfully informative children’s book A PLACE FOR BATS, the fifth title in Stewart’s series of natural history books for young readers. Tune in and learn about how bats live and why you are not seeing as many bats as you did years ago.
Brooklyn’s Apollo Run released two EPs and garnered glowing reviews on NPR’s ‘Song of the Day’, Time Out New York, The Village Voice, Relix, Artist Direct and more. In March 2011, a well-timed release of their ‘Charlie Sheen’s Got Tiger Blood, Man’ video on Youtube gained them airplay on various radio stations across the country and an interview on Los Angeles’s KROQ. The trio are preparing for the release of their full length album debut, Here Be Dragons, Vol III this spring.
The bassist came to New York from Barcelona, earned his Master's in Jazz Performance at Queens College, and co-founded the Brooklyn Jazz Underground collective. "A Lorca Soundscape reflects on Federico García Lorca (1898-1936) of Granada, who visited the U.S. and wrote Poeta en Nueva York (A Poet in New York) about the time. Claudia Acuña and Miguel Zenón are performers.