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Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014

Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, United States
Established on Jan, 2014
Band Rock Folk


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 It all began in the back of Riverrun Rare Books in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. There had been a long history of musical gatherings and there from the 1960’s and 70’s. Ken Tuccillo was friends with one of the owners of the Riverrun book store. She agreed to let Ken host local musicians on Monday evenings. In 1997 and Joan Indig started coming and eventually became our bass player/vocalist.  Adam Hart was organizing a local grass-roots festival to save the lower Burke Estate in Hastings from developers. After hearing through neighbors about the Riverrun jam sessions, Adam showed up one night and invited the people there to play the festival. The initiative worked, the Burke Estate was saved through a village bond issue! Adam then joined the jam sessions as a drummer (too many other guitarists!).

 In 1998, FOWCAS (Friend of Wickers Creek) in Dobbs Ferry invited us to play a benefit to save a Native American site from developers. There were seven or eight of us playing that night, and we had a great time and were asked to do several other events in the next year. During that time, those who were unable to commit to the shows stopped coming and the informal jam was over.

In 1999 Adam invited Jeff Dyke to sit in with Adam Ken and Joan and it worked well. We cut our first CD in 2000 at The Muzic Center in Dobbs Ferry, and won a battle of the bands at The Bayou in Mount Vernon. 2001-2003 was filled with raucous rehearsals and lots of bar gigs as an eclectic rock band at places like Kenny’s Castaways, and Le Bar Bat in Manhattan and The Bayou . We essentially went electric.

            Joan stepped out of the band for a while to join the Blues Mothers and in 2004 David Howe joined as bass player, Mark Kaufman, a fantastic jazz horn player joined the group as well, and we all made great music together for a several years, cutting our second CD “Undertow”. This combo had a good run until 2008 when Jeff David and Mark went their separate ways and formed their own bands.

            Adam Ken and Joan couldn’t stop though and decided that among all the combinations of people we had played with, this one felt the best. We decided to focus on our vocal arrangements and the result is a trio of authentic folk-rock with great harmonies, meaningful and memorable songs. Our repertoire is diverse and we arrange covers in our particular way and original compositions in and out of the several genres.


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