Born in Canada and raised in Argentina, Michael Sarian is a trumpeter and composer whose work has been heard throughout the United States, South America and Europe.
As a young adult in Buenos Aires, he studied with many of the best musicians in Argentina, including Juan “Pollo” Ra o, Richard Nant and Juan Cruz de Urquiza. Never one to turn down a gig, Michael has performed and toured professionally with several groups: from progressive rock bands in empty basements, 12 piece disco bands playing by the beach in Uruguay, rock bands in packed sports arenas, to big bands at the Teatro Colón, and everything in between.
We are teaming up with Farm Catskills and Andes school to throw a big party and pig roast to raise money to buy a whole beef cow for Andes school cafeteria. We don't need to tell you how important it is to get quality local food into our schools, especially for the kids who's only solid meal is at school. Tickets are $30 in advance which includes a pig roast and music - heritage pigs and veg provided by the wonderful folks at @echo_orchard
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED AND WILL BE RE SCHEDULED - WATCH THIS SPACE...
Jonathan Kane is a downtown NYC legend, as co-founder of the no-wave behemoth Swans, and the rhythmic thunder behind the massed-guitar armies of Rhys Chatham and the rock excursions of La Monte Young -- and as one of the hardest-hitting drummers on the planet. His critically acclaimed releases 'February', 'I Looked At The Sun' ‘The Little Drummer Boy’ and ‘Jet Ear Party’, power guitar-driven minimalism into the blues, and the blues into guitar-driven harmonic maximalism. Kane currently performs internationally with his group Jonathan Kane’s February, and with Dave Soldier in their duo project Soldier Kane.
A scoville is a unit of measure that gauges the scorch of a chili pepper. Now, with the arrival of Zonder Kennedy and the Scoville Junkies, the term also plays a role in establishing a new bar for incendiary modern blues — music that echoes the genre’s deep past, but reverberates into the future with daring arrangements, high energy and a keen, lean ’n’ dirty sound.
FRI 7/28 @8PM [MUSIC] GREEK JUDAS (at Wayside Tap Room)
Wayside and Bushel are psyched to present Greek Judas—Rebetika AF or as you’ve never heard it before.
** This show takes place at the Wayside Tap Room in Andes: 55 Redden Lane, Andes, NY
From the horses’ mouths:
‘Greek Judas plays rock versions of songs from the Greek Rebetika tradition. Rebetika is the Greek equivalent of early American blues. They are songs of the Greek underworld and of the refugees fleeing Turkey who filled the Athens slums in the 1920s. It’s the music of knife fights, hash dens, prison life & heartbreak. Why I Smoke Cocaine, I’m A Junkie, Two Mangas In Jail, The Smugglers… We play them loud, on guitars, bass & drums.’
Greek Judas is Quince Marcum, vocals, Wade Ripka, guitar and lap steel guitar, Adam Good, guitar, Nick Cudahy, bass, Chris Stromquist, drums (except they might have a different drummer for this event and also a back up Bollywood string section)
Rebetika meets metal in Greek Judas, “New York’s Best New Psychedelic Band.” It’s true: we’ve seen them. So should you.
Erik Longabardi from Ancestral Flora will talk about making ciders on Long Island and demonstrate the basics of making honey wines using native plants that highlight the unique biodiversity of Long Island. By foraging in historic parks, researching old estate grounds, coastal shorelines, looking for important fruit trees on Long Island, NY, Erik has uncovered a significant historical past that he is using to create a terroir based solely on specific Long Island sites. With wine being so prevalent on Long Island, Ancestral Flora intends to use Long Island as a platform for the cider it was once so famous for.
This talk will feature tastes of ciders and honey wines from specific sites attributed to the terroir of Long Island. $15 for talk and taste + learning the basics of natural wine making. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
More about Ancestral Flora...
Ancestral Flora makes site-specific ciders and honey wines that highlight Long Island’s diverse terroir. Long island has a unique biodiversity and longstanding history of cider making, with two different moraines; the Harbor Hill and Ronkonkoma moraine. Each drink is reflective of its surrounding environment and its relation to the past. Through harvesting by hand, thoughtful foraging techniques, traditional methods of fermentation and minimal intervention in the cellar, Ancestral Flora creates unique ciders and honey wines from trees and plants through intense land and historical research.
Really excited to have @wallabouthospitality host a dinner upstairs in the Carriage barn, showcasing some of Delaware county's finest offerings and local Jersey beef cooked over the fire. July 22nd, 6pm $60 cash at door. Email Jon@wallabouthospitality.com for more information.
Meet our Catskill neighbors and friends Colleen and Mike of West Kill Brewery. They have just opened their 10bbl production brewery specializing in farmhouse beers, hoppy ales, and mountain lagers, all using well water from their farm. They will be pouring some delicious samples and selling limited edition bottles.