The Falcon Underground Songwriter Sessions
MARLBORO – On Wednesday, Apr. 5 at 7:00 p.m. a very special creative showcase – Hudson Valley Singer / Songwriters convene at The Falcon Underground every first Wednesday.
Each month selected songwriters will be announced by our Host, Casey Erdmann. Interested artists may contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adam Falcon – Adam has worked and shared stages with Roberta Flack, Whitney Houston, B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Jim Lauderdale, Robert Palmer, Peter Gabriel, and Nona Hendryx. He’s opened for James Cotton , Matt “Guitar” Murphy, The Wailers, Jim Lauderdale and Tower of Power. Writing for George Benson and having songs on national television got him noticed by The Song Writers’ Hall of Fame, which honored him with the Abe Olman Award for Songwriting. For “Woke Up Cryin'”, Falcon was an International Songwriters Competition semi-finalist and a nominee for the 15th Independent Music Awards. http://www.adamfalcon.com/
Ian Flanagan – Ian is a seasoned acoustic singer-songwriter, Ian Flanagan, can engage a crowd as an opener or headliner, with his original music. His style is often compared to Ray Lamontagne, Damien Rice and John Mayer. Ian’s draw is an eclectic mix of characters, including romantic couples, fun-loving families, rowdy sports fans. No one is excluded. www.ianflaniganmusic.com
Julia Green – Florida native, Julia Green relocated to NYC in 2014 to audition for musicals after a childhood and college years spent in the theatre. Ironically, after she landed; she realized her true passion was songwriting. Green wrote and released her first EP “Cannibals” in spring 2016 and performed in venues with her band. She recently performed her comic material in “The Room Actors, Where Are They Now?” – a mockumentary of the so-terrible-its-hilarious-cult-classic “The Room”, in Los Angeles. Working with the Brooklyn-based indie label “Motherwest” Julia is preparing her next EP. Julia relocated to Beacon from Harlem and is writing and performing locally.
Seth Davis – Singer/songwriter Seth Davis’ “story-songs” are laced with wounds, reconciliation, addiction and irony. Seth has crafted three critically acclaimed records. Davis’ fourth record, Life Is Long was produced by his friend and former band mate Jim White, the visionary alt-country Luaka Bop and Yep Rock songwriting legend. They raided the indie rock toy chest, experimenting freely while keeping Davis’ concise and urgent songs in the foreground. Davis, who grew up in housing projects in Queens was a fixture on the NYC folk and rock scenes in the ‘80s and ‘90s, a busker and a musical traveler. http://sethdavis.com/
Host: Casey Erdmann – Born into a musical family, Casey has been living and playing music in the Hudson Valley for 10 years. In 2012, her Kickstarter campaign funded her debut album, along with endless support from local artists and musicians. Her album was recorded at the Clubhouse in Rhinebeck NY with producer/world renowned guitarist Earl Slick. Since, Casey has been playing throughout the region, celebrating the work of her community and of the completion of a CD that’s been a long time coming.