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Exit Dome Returns!

It's been a few years since the last Exit Dome concert to benefit WEXT. We heard from many listeners and musicians over the years who wanted more! So, we're bringing it back!!

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Mo Kenney Live at EXT

Apr 21, 2016
Mo Kenney Live at EXT
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Nova Scotia singer-songwriter, Mo Kenney dropped by the day after her show at Caffe Lena to promote her new album, "In My Dreams." This is one rising star we are very excited to have discovered.  Let us know what your thoughts are, too.  Catch Mo Kenney on Live @ EXT on Friday, April 29 at 12n.

Attic Classic
Amy Abdou

Join Andy Gregory tonight at 11pm for the Local518 ‪‎Show‬. He's got music by Small Axe, Black Mountain Symphony, Alenni, The Further Unsound, Annie and the Hedonists PLUS an ‎AtticClassic‬ by Amy Abdou.

The Hackensaw Boys
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The Hackensaw Boys are a string band formed in 1999 and based in central Virginia. The band has drawn on many musical influences and are known best for "rowdy, energetic live shows." Over the last fifteen years, the band's live performances have earned a measure of notoriety in the Mid-Atlantic region. They have performed at premier outdoor U.S. music festivals including Bonnaroo, Lock'n, Floydfest, and the All Good Music Festival. And now, they're coming to The Hangar on The Hudson!

firekid Live @ EXT

Apr 20, 2016
firekid at WEXT
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firekid is Dillon Hodges. Dillon learned to play guitar from his neighbor.  His neighbor said he couldn't teach him how to play the pop rock music in the books he brought. He said "I'm a bluegrass musician. That's what I can teach you."  In Athens, AL, there isn't much call for bluegrass music, but Dillon learned.  And then he went on to win a national flatpick guitar contest in Oklahoma at a festival. 

Connect with firekid on Facebook here.

The Record Company
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The Los Angeles trio, The Record Company came to Albany February 5th, 2016.  While they were in town for a show, they stopped by to play a few songs in an acoustic setting.

Caffe Lena
Caffe Lena

It’s time to celebrate Caffe Lena’s anniversary! And do it in style with a big, special concert!

May 21st | Arthur Zankel Music Center, Skidmore College
Click here for tickets and details.

We are counting down the days until the rebirth of their historic home with a major renovation. Celebrate the vibrant Caffe Lena of today with four of their current brightest shining stars.

Graham Nash
Artist

"I could drop dead in the middle of this conversation."  74-year old music icon and two-time Rock And Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Graham Nash opens up about his life from The Hollies, CSN&Y to his latest solo release, This Path Tonight. 

If you want to hear the whole conversation, it's here on Soundcloud:

William Bell is Back!

Apr 13, 2016
William Bell
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William Bell came on the scene with his debut single in 1961, "You Don't Miss Your Water."  At 76, he's about to release his newest effort called "This Is Where I Live."

SIMO at Bonnaroo 2013
Derek Martinez

Friday, May 6th

The Hangar on the Hudson (click for the event page)

For some time now, you've heard us playing the track "Long May You Sail" from SIMO's album "Let Love Show The Way."  We continue to introduce you to great rock music, and now we are excited to have The Hangar bring SIMO to Troy.

See a great live video below, and enter to win tickets to the show.

The Artist

July 30, the crowd will descend upon Ommegang Brewery in Cooperstown for The Lumineers. Tickets are on sale now!

Dan Smalls Presents has given us some tickets to give away before they can be purchased. Click here to buy tickets.

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