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The Baseball Project at The National Baseball Hall of Fame, Saturday, May 16, 2015, 7:30 PM

Cooperstown Concert Series and the Baseball Hall of Fame Present a Very Special Show – The Baseball Project Grandstand Theater, Saturday, May 16, 2015, 7:30 PM Since their formation in 2007, The Baseball Project has won over audiences with their brilliant musical tributes to the national pastime. On May 16, Cooperstown Concert Series and the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, are thrilled to bring The Baseball Project to Cooperstown. An indie rock supergroup composed of Steve Wynn (Dream Syndicate), Scott McCaughey (Young Fresh Fellows), Linda Pitmon (Zuzu’s Petals) and Mike Mills and Peter Buck (R.E.M.), The Baseball...

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David Torn – Live at The Falcon

David Torn – ever-intrepid guitarist, producer, improviser, film composer and soundscape artist – will perform at The Falcon following the release of only sky, an album that explores the far sonic edges of what one man and a guitar can create, a solo recording of almost orchestral atmosphere. See concert information here:!150511/c127d   This is Torn’s first ECM release since 2007’s acclaimed prezens, a full-band project, with Tim Berne, Craig Taborn and Tom Rainey,  that Jazzwise described as “a vibrating collage full of shimmering sonic shapes, a dark, urban electronic soundscape – a potent mix of jazz, free-form rock and technology that is both demanding and rewarding.” Many of those same descriptors apply to only sky, with its hovering ambient shadows and vaulting flashes of light, its channeling of deep country/blues memories and Burroughsian dreams of North Africa. Recorded in the acoustically apt hall of the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center in upstate New York (and then sorted and mixed  in Torn’s own mad-scientist lair), only sky is an album to get lost in, over and...

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Willy Porter Live At The Falcon, Marlborough NY, April 21

Wisconsin-based guitarist/songwriter Willy Porter hits The Falcon on April 21, at 7:00 pm, in support of his 10th studio album, Human Kindness. For more than two decades, Porter has taken first time listeners and turned them into die-hard fans with his signature finger-picking guitar sound, absorbing lyrics, and playful, high-energy live performance style. He has shared world stages with music icons Jeff Beck, Tori Amos, and Paul Simon, carving out a successful solo career as an artist who makes music that resonates long after the last guitar chord fades. “Willy Porter is a relaxed and fearless performer who’ll entertain you as well as move you,” writes Acoustic Guitar Magazine. Human Kindness is Porter’s most sophisticated production to date, bringing his acoustic, electric, and multi-string chops to bear on a stunning group of songs that explore themes about connection, compassion, and the triumphs and struggles of the human journey. From the Who-influenced anthem “Freedom” to the lighter than air love song “Roses in the Rain” to the powerful wake-up call of the title track, “Human Kindness,” this record is a full musical experience. He is joined by his singing partner and fellow Wisconsin-native, Carmen Nickerson Willy’s warmth and wit on stage keep people grinning, but it’s his music that keeps them coming back for more....

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