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  The Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice promotes the human voice as an instrument of healing, peace and artistic expression through presenting world class performances in Phoenicia, New York and surrounding areas.

This year’s festival - running July 29-August 2 - will be a Celebration of the Diverse Voices of America. We are joined by world renowned opera singers, Executive Director Maria Todaro and Artistic Director Louis Otey. 

Butch Hogan

  The Felice Brothers are a Hudson Valley based folk-country-rock band with a fervent fanbase. This Saturday they’ll play a Valentine’s Day show at BSP Lounge in Kingston, NY.

The Felice Brothers’ most recent album Favorite Waitress, is out now on Dualtone Records. Paste Magazine calls the album the band’s “best to date…a remarkably varied and well-paced collection of tunes” and American Songwriter calls it one of 2014’s best releases.

Here we speak with James Felice about studios, songwriting, and hometown crowds.

The band Little Feat might be little remembered among casual music fans, but like many of its 60s and 70s brethren, the band has soldiered on through brief pop stardom, band deaths and the disagreements that often derail rock groups forever.

    In the grand tradition of the English Rock opera, a la Tommy, The Wall and The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway – there is a new rock opera for the 21st century: A Wall Street Odyssey.

Yossarian, (from Joseph Heller's seminal book, Catch 22) is reborn as a burned out stockbroker on a path of self-destruction, rebirth and transcendence. The show includes live music, costumes, narration and videos on a giant screen.

Songwriter Sean Bigler and wife Bonnie Lykes live in the Woodstock area of upstate NY formed Epigene in 2000 and are the creators of A Wall Street Odyssey. They bring their show to The Linda in Albany, NY on Saturday, February 23rd.