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THE NEWS FROM MAIN DRAG

  • D'addario Replay Free String and recycling event - Saturday April 8th

    In celebration of Earth Day - this Saturday April 8th from 1-4pm - you can't miss this opportunity to not only get a free set of D'addario strings put on your guitar, but have the old ones recycled for you and hear great bands while drinking some fine complimentary beverages! Music lasts until closing time, so a full day of fun is to be had at Main Drag! And feel free to bring any strings in you have for recycling - every little bit helps! More info at http://www.daddario.com/daPlayback.Page?sid=27ee7c25-2f16-4ae9-a605-84f792f04007

  • This Saturday - 8:30 PM - August Wells - 9:30 J. Allen w/Reuben Maher

    This Saturday, April 1st - live on the stage at Main Drag Music! August Wells Followed by J. Allen with Ruben Maher

    The music of August Wells has been described as “Strange other worldly chamber music”, “Sinatra singing Lou Reed songs” and “The secret marriage of Willy Nelson and Lee Hazlewood”

    Songs to walk across your troubled heart with.

    J. Allen's songs are folk songs written inside the whirlwind that is New York City... country hymns tuned in to the traffic hum and the subway rumble.

    The new 'Worry Not' EP is a deeply personal recording that marks a turn from the atmospheric, indie-folk aesthetic of his previous work to a more traditional American palette, as well as a renewed collaboration with Alan Weatherhead (Magnolia Electric Company, Sparklehorse) as mixer, arranger and multi-instrumentalist.

    'Worry Not is an emotive slice of earnest Americana with richly textured melodies and vocals'. - Diamond Deposits

    'It's the rare release that can satisfy fans of Dylan, Jason Isbell, and Of Monsters and Men.' - If It's Too Loud

  • Kilcool - Saturday - March 25th - 8pm

    This Saturday, the 25th at 8PM - we welcome the wonderful Kilcool to the stage at Main Drag - they are a confederation of Irish ex-pats and sympaticos long haunting the Brooklyn waterfront and Hudson Valley.

    "In a region with an abundance of musical talent it shouldn't be a surprise when a band appears seemingly out of nowhere and knocks your socks off. Yet that's exactly what happened with Kilcool. In addition, stacked up against the endless stream of major label releases we see each week Kilcool not only holds its own but surpassess most of them"
    -- Jimmy Buff, morning show host/program director
    Radio Woodstock 100.1

    Admission is free, and we'd love to have you down to some after hours fun here at our new stage!

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