Jose Malone's Latin Night We had so much fun at our first Latin Night that we decided to do it again!! Look to see us having them on a regular basis.
Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Cumbia
May 3 and 17 starts at 10 pm $5 cover
Bluegrass Jam with Peggy Lecuyer and Mike McMann Tuesday May 20 7 pm
Ray Wall plays a Copeland low whistle
An Irish seisíun is an informal gathering of Irish musicians. Members of both Curragh and Broken String Band will be in attendance with instruments such as fiddle, uilleann pipes, concertina, hammered dulcimer, bouzouki and more. These seisíuns are for Irish Traditional music.
José Malone's is easy to get to. From Albany, NY, take I787 North to the Rt. 7 East exit. Going over the Hoosic St. bridge get in the far right lane, follow signs to Downtown Troy. Keep to the far right and follow the signs to Hutton Street. At the second light take a left onto River Street. We are in the second block on the right side. 405 River Street Troy, NY 518-273-2196
A Recent Seisiun
Dermott and Tom from Pipeline unexpectedly turned up at our August 16th seisiun. Wonderful players! We had a great and wild time. Tim Finley on pipes and Amy Dodge on fiddle along with Peter Jones. Mike Murphy and Eric Eversen in the background.
Our first seisiun was in honor of Noel Higgins (a Comhaltas Hall of Fame inductee). At the seisiun there were two plus uilleann pipers, fiddlers, flute players, countless accordian and concertina players and even a Celtic Harp. Noel is playing button accordian in the top right part of the picture.
Jose Malone's first seisiun
Broken String Band and friends
Our first performance at Jose Malone's, Broken String Band! L to R Eric Everson playing bouzouki, Kara Doyle on the uilleann pipes, Lenny Broiles, fiddle, Peter Jones, fiddle, George Ward, concertina and Jose Malone's co-owner Ray Wall, low whistle. Missing is Broken String Band mainstay John Roberts.
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