Wolfs Walk
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Music

Local live musicians will play on the Mellstrom Bischof Stage at Wolfs Walk including Andrew Cole & the Bravo Hops (acoleandthehops.com), Warren Banholzer and Friends, Bridges and Powerlines (www.bridgesandpowerlines.com), an hour programmed by Pelham Music Arts Studio and others will perform throughout the afternoon and evening.

 

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Andrew Cole & The Bravo Hops
Sep
8
9:30 PM21:30

Andrew Cole & The Bravo Hops

Andrew Cole & The Bravo Hops is a blues & country infused rock band based in Pelham. They came together in 2014 and have released three albums of original music: "Out of the Sunshine" (2014), "Everything Is Glass" (2015), and "River Talk" (2017). They record all their music at the legendary Loft Recording Studios in Bronxville, run by the band's bassist and producer, Al Hemberger, who has worked with everyone from Rihanna to Hall & Oates. 

The band plays regularly at clubs and festivals across Westchester, the Hudson Valley and NYC. They most recently performed at Manhattan's Rockwood Music Hall. They can be heard on local radio stations such as 107.1 The Peak and 90.7 WFUV and as far away as Ireland's "The Independent Music Show. All their music is available on Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and YouTube

The band believes in doing good while feeling good, so they donate a portion of all music sales and gig proceeds to non-profits that improve children's lives with music & education, including Education Through Music (http://etmonline.org/), which has long-time Pelham resident, Katherine Damkohler as Executive Director. 

 

Visit the band's website at www.acoleandthehops.com to learn more.

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Warren Banholzer & Friends
Sep
8
8:30 PM20:30

Warren Banholzer & Friends

Warren Banholzer plays acoustic covers and originals on guitar, banjo and ukulele that span several generations but are all brought together by his original and contemporary interpretations.  He’ll play old blues and folk with harmonica, followed by a unique spin on a well-known rock classic, then a country or bluegrass number with himself playing kick on a suitcase drum then maybe an upbeat pop song right off today’s music charts.  He’s an original and skilled performer who’s out to entertain whoever is in the audience young or old.

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Bridges and Powerlines
Sep
8
7:30 PM19:30

Bridges and Powerlines

Bridges and Powerlines

"Engineering nerds?" (Pitchfork) who write nostalgic fuzz pop that is "incontrovertibly fun" (Yahoo Music). Formed in Brooklyn in late 2008, bridges and powerlines’meld of harmony-laden three-minute pop songs and angular indie rock has received acclaim from a host of tastemakers including Paste, Popmatters, and the New Yorker, and earned them the perilous tag of "a band to watch" (the L magazine). Their new LP National Fantasy is filled with stories of love and loss, and was thematically inspired by the interband relationships in Rumours-era Fleetwood Mac. A soaring and anthemic record, National Fantasy is filled with the strong melodic sense and propellant rhythmic underpinnings that has characterized bridges and powerlines throughout their career.

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Allison Leah
Sep
8
5:45 PM17:45

Allison Leah

Pelham-based singer-songwriter, Allison Leah grew up surrounded by music. She started writing original music at 5 years of age, and was heavily involved with Sock N' Buskin throughout her time at Pelham Memorial High School.

Allison released her debut EP, Fly Home on June 7, 2018.

On her EP, Paula Cummings of NYS Music wrote, "Fly Home is a harbinger of remarkable things to come from this promising young artist with a voice as sweet as honey and a heart of gold." (2018).

Allison Leah’s music is available on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, and other streaming services.

Please visit https://www.allisonleahmusic.com/ for more information.

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