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Beacon, NY (MAP)
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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

Falz & Friends and Clare Maloney & The Great Adventure


December 1, 2023
8:00 pm

Falz & Friends plays the music of The New Riders of the Purple Sage, Grateful Dead, The Band, Hot Tuna, Marshall Tucker and more!

The band:
Michael Falzarano (New Riders of the Purple Sage/Hot Tuna) – Guitar/Vocals
Tom Circosta (Zen Tricksters/Englishtown Project) Guitar/Vocals
Klyph Black (Zen Tricksters/Englishtown Project) – Bass/Vocals
Kevin Griffin (Space Bandits/Englishtown Project) – Pedal Steel/Guitar/Vocals
Russell Stedman (Jeff Mattson Band/Englishtown Project) – Drums

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Michael Falzarano has been a working musician for over 55 years, most notably in Hot Tuna, the famed offspring of The Jefferson Airplane, The New Riders of the Purple Sage, and his current projects: The Englishtown Project, The Airplane Family and Kings of Pyschedelta.

Falzarano has performed on and contributed many original compositions for Hot Tuna releases. Most recently, Falzarano has contributed songs to Jorma Kaukonen’s latest release “I Ain’t In No Hurry” (Red House) and performed on and contributed songs to the most recent New Riders of the Purple Sage CDs, “Where I Come From: and “17 Pine Avenue” (Woodstock Records).

A live show veteran of more than 50 years, Falzarano has toured with Hot Tuna, The New Riders of the Purple Sage and The Jorma Kaukonen Trio, The Englishtown Project and The Airplane Family, among others, throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Scandinavia and Japan.

When not performing with his band The Englishtown Project, Falzarano can be seen with Falz & Friends, The New Riders of the Purple Sage, Kings of Psychedelta and The Airplane Family. Falzarano also produces other artists and teaches guitar workshops at Jorma Kaukonen’s Fur Peace Ranch Guitar Camp.

Clare Maloney & The Great Adventure are bringing the era of windows-down, road trip rock & roll straight into the playlist generation. Relix magazine named the band an “Artist You Need to Know” in 2023, calling their debut LP, “Daybreaker,” “stunning” and praising its “brilliant vocals, rocking band and polished songwriting.” The album title stands as a sly ode to bandleader Clare Maloney’s decade-long battle with writer’s block, and triumph over it; night gives way to day, just as the multi-instrumentalist and former opera singer broke through to write over 100 songs in 2021, flawlessly blending rock, alt-country, Americana, folk, funk, the Great American Songbook & more.

Clare’s powerful and emotive vocal style is rooted in her early career as a classical singer, performing at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and throughout Europe and Asia. Despite success in the opera world, Clare felt the magnetism of the rock & roll music she grew up on, and daringly transitioned from the classical stage to become a first-call session and touring vocalist, sharing the stage with members of The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Starship, Allman Brothers Band, Hall & Oates and the E Street Band along the way. As a writer, Clare’s unique and unmistakable voice is shaped by the sounds of her native New York – from Tin Pin Alley to CBGB’s to Broadway and Brooklyn. https://claremaloney.com

Tickets $20 advance, $25 door

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