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Join us on Saturday, November 1, 2014

Show starts at 7:30 PM, doors open at 7:00 PM

Cost: $18 Adults, $10 Students with ID,

children under 12 free, Public Assistance FREE with identification


Aztec Two Step

with Miles Wide

Aztec Two Step

Renowned folk-rock duo Aztec Two-Step, discovered in 1971 playing open-air in Central Park NYC, burst on the scene with their 1972 self-titled debut on Elektra Records. That, and their next three albums on RCA, established them as staples of progressive rock and college radio, and had them touring throughout the U.S. playing college campuses and arenas as well as the stages of Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Helping to usher the music of the 1960s into the '70s and beyond, Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman have spent a lifetime making music together as the folk-rock duo that takes its name from a poem by beat poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti.

Still defined by intelligent songwriting, dazzling acoustic lead guitar & inspiring two-part harmonies, Aztec Two-Step continues to be one of acoustic music's most respected and enduring acts, forty-plus years after Fowler and Shulman serendipitously met at an open mic at a Boston coffeehouse.

Miles Wide
Photo by Adine Schoonmaker

Miles Wide is an amalgamation of rock, folk, and alternative, with a vocal style that soars through cityscapes and over vast wilderness, colorfully breathing powerful emotion into stories of life, love, and loss. With a tone reminiscent of artists like Dispatch, Mason Jennings, and the Avett Brothers, frontman Kyle Donovan twists genres and styles together to create a sonic fabric of beautiful rock. Lauren Mettler's voice captivates her listeners with a down-home accessibility. Her songwriting is diverse with a blend of bluegrass, folk, and jazz. After years spent in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, Kyle Donovan recently returned to his hometown of Rochester, NY and released Moon Howls.