379 Main Street
Beacon, NY (MAP)
(845) 855-1300
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379 Main St, Beacon NY (MAP) 845.855.1300

Thursday 4 - 9pm
Friday 4 - 9:30pm
Saturday 10:30 - 9:30pm
Sunday 10:30 - 9pm

Thu 4 - 9pm | Fri 4 - 9:30pm
Sat 10:30 - 9:30pm | Sun 10:30 - 9pm

Anthony Geraci and the Boston Blues All-Stars

Boston, Massachusetts-based pianist/composer Anthony Geraci’s 17 Blues Music Awards nominations (BMA’s) from the Blues Foundation in Memphis, TN reflects four decades of musical excellence both in studio and onstage. Anthony won a BMA (2021) for Instrumentalist-Piano, and has recently been nominated for two 2023 BMA’s in the following categories: Instrumentalist-Piano, and Band of the Year.

A native of New Haven, CT, Geraci witnessed the live performances of blues greats including B.B. King, Muddy Waters and Jimmy Rogers, providing a world class blues education at an early age that would later come full circle when he had the opportunity to perform with them, and many other blues icons. Geraci graduated from the Berklee College of Music with a B.A. and holds an M.A. from Skidmore College. An original member of Sugar Ray and the Bluetones, and Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters, Geraci has recorded extensively with both groups, in addition to a host of iconic traditional blues artists and leading contemporary acts.

Geraci has recorded with Lazy Lester, Big Walter Horton, Carey Bell, Snooky Pryor, Odetta, Charlie Musselwhite, Sugaray Rayford, Kenny and Raful Neal, Debbie Davies, Welch/Ledbetter, Big Jack Johnson, Kilborn Alley, G.E. Smith and many more.

Following his chart-topping “Daydreams in Blue,” Geraci returns with “Blues Called My Name” (Blue Heart) debuting at #1 on The Living Blues Radio Chart. It’s a dynamic collection of original compositions featuring esteemed special guests Anne Harris, Walter Trout, Sugar Ray Norcia, Monster Mike Welch, Erika Van Pelt, and The Boston Blues All-Stars.

Ronnie Earl shared this praise: “Anthony has been contributing to this music for many years, and his new album illuminates the many colors, shades, and styles of the blues. Anthony is very inspiring, and I love his dedication to the old masters like Otis Spann, Sunnyland Slim, and Big Maceo Merriweather.”

Richard Ludmerer writing in Making A Scene-“It just doesn’t get any better than this.”


Tickets $20 advance, $25 door

Reservations suggested; call 845-855-1300 to book your table.