Miguel Dalmau look familiar to you through his many appearances via various media outlets. He first broke in television appearing on TruTV doing what any self respecting latino man would do: Reenacting crime footage. In 2014 he was featured on AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live amid a roster of world famous comedians. He was also chosen to feature at the NXNE Comedy Film and Music Festival, and the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival.Get Tickets
Wade Preston of "Movin' Out!" the Broadway show and Billy Joel's back-up delivers an impeccable show with your favorite tunes and original compositions. It's not often a man can sit in front of a piano and command full attention but Mr. Preston can drop a stadium full of jaws. Truly spell-binding and a favorite among Harmony Presents audiences, get your tickets now to the early or late show before there aren't any left!Get Tickets
Grafting their passion for Appalachian music and harmony singing to 21st century sensibilities, Northeast Pennsylvania-based quartet Coal Town Rounders occupy a space in time that is distinctly their own. With a foundational repertoire of bluegrass material you'd expect in a group twice their age, the band is poised to expand the reach and relevance of traditional music with their unique and hard-driving sound. Having shared the stage with nationally touring acts like the Carolina Chocolate Drops, The Lumineers and The Grascals, you just don't want to miss this show.Get Tickets
Dave Matthews Band opener and king of funky, spicy and intelligent tunes, The Nat Osborn Band ranges from lush, hypnotic ballads about heartbreak, polyrhythmic Latin-rock, & drunken tangos about destitute desire. This full 7 piece band is as enthralling as it is catchy and layered with theatrical elements and occasional reggae beats. Osborn’s raspy vocals and euphoric hooks, matched with the band’s dangerously tight rhythm section and powerful three piece horn section has resulted in sold out shows across the North East. Having performed with the likes of Paul Simon, Wynton Marsalis, Ludacris, and Marc Broussard, Osborn’s seasoned bandmates have created a completely undeniable performance unit with a truly captivating sound.Get Tickets
From the Binghamton, New York music scene comes Driftwood, a band with a rock ‘n’ roll soul and a folk art mind. Carving out a name for themselves with electrifying live performances, they bring one of the most unique, raw sounds to the Americana/roots music scene. Incorporating upright bass, banjo, acoustic guitar and violin, the ghost of traditional American folk music lives in their palette. But the melodies, the harmonies and the lyrics are something else entirely.Get Tickets
Following her impressive Milford debut last summer with Duo Scorpio, harpist Kathryn Andrews comes back bringing along flutist Amelia Lukas and violist Victor Lowrie to perform enchanting music by Beethoven, Debussy, Ravel, Faure, and others.
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The lush romanticism of Josh Groban's music meets the texture and grit present in the most epic of indie and pop tunes in Matt Nokoa's voice and songwriting. A disarming performer, Matt tours internationally, recently giving concerts at The White House and throughout India. He has received favorable reviews in publications including The New York Times, and his film scoring has been featured at BAM, the NY International Short Film Festival, and on Disney.com.Get Tickets
Called "Virtuosos on clarinet and saxophone" by the New York Times, Peter and Will Anderson are one of the most extraordinary duos in jazz performing today. They toured the United Kingdom at age 15, and after several years of study with saxophonist Paul Carr, Peter and Will attended Juilliard in New York City, where they currently reside. They’ve performed with jazz greats Jimmy Heath, James Moody, Hank Jones, Clark Terry, Frank Wess and Benny Golson.Get Tickets
10 String Symphony is an arena for mesmerizing acoustic innovation. Although difficult to categorize, their music is instantly recognizable as a blend of two distinct but equally vivacious musical voices, encompassing “aggressive, almost discordant, celtic and dare I say punky string-chording experimentations” (The Bluegrass Situation). Vocally, Rachel Baiman and Christian Sedelmyer lock in seamlessly, and their vocal duets often take center stage despite the fact that they are self-described fiddle players.Get Tickets
The Brooklyn-based, Berkeley-raised piano-violin duo, Gracie and Rachel, crafts intricate tunes combining classical string elements with haunting, fierce vocals augmented by sparse but powerful percussion. It is ivory satin lined with teeth, finding beauty in stark simplicity and pausing to breathe a hint of the abstract into the highly emotive, evolved body they create. Their forthcoming debut album "Go" is a penetrating record of a lifelong friendship which flows freely between virtuosic violin textures to sylphlike melodies highlighting seasoned songwriting. The result: a heartfelt glimpse into two artists’ intertwined lives. From the pit of despair to the summit of success, Gracie and Rachel are always headed somewhere new.Get Tickets
Hailing from North Lake Tahoe, CA, Dead Winter Carpenters blends Americana roots-rock with a tinge of straightforward ‘tell-it-like-it-is’ Alt. Country to bring hard-hitting performances that are as edgy as they are whimsical. The band pushes and pulls at musical boundaries with top-notch, live performances while walking the line with unexpected musical flair. With an unbridled spirit, and an authentic approach to the art of songwriting, the experience of an evening with Dead Winter Carpenters epitomizes what live music is all about.Get Tickets
Throw your boots into a foot-stompin frenzy! It's the second annual Hawley Harvest Hoedown Bluegrass & Folk Concert, featuring The Coal Town Rounders, Roosevelt Dime & Caribou Mountain Collective! Emceed by Chris Kearney!
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The Appleseed Collective is not a bluegrass band. It’s not The Hot Club of Paris. It’s not a ragtime cover band. The Appleseed Collective represents Americana music rooted in traditions from all over the world and from every decade, creating a live experience that welcomes every soul and is impossible to replicate. Formed in 2010, The Appleseed Collective has become a force of nature powered by their local community and developed by a strong sense of do-it-yourself drive. In an age of corporations and climate change, the band’s commitment to buying & selling local, eating from gardens, and being their own bosses has led to the kind of success that feels simply organic. Each part of the Collective comes together to form an amalgam of complementary and contrasting elements.Get Tickets