Night-In With The Music Hall is a curated, livestream concert series on Wednesdays at 6pm. The program features an eclectic mix of extraordinary musicians in the acoustic, blues, folk, jazz, rock, and singer-songwriter musical genres. The series relies on donations as a way to help both The Music Hall and the Artists who bring us together and enrich our lives with song.

View our Livestream shows on our Facebook and Youtube pages

3/6/21 at 4PM: Chris Difford of Squeeze

Exclusive Livestream from London

HEY, COOL CATS! We have BIG news… Chris Difford of Squeeze will perform an exclusive virtual concert – live from London – to support our historic, nonprofit theater on Saturday, March 6th at 4pm EST. With your donation today, you can reserve your spot for this memorable performance – space is limited! A private Zoom link to access the concert will be sent to you via email at 3:30pm EST on Saturday, March 6th.
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Allan Block • Betsy Harding • BMW of Westchester • Clockwork Records • Jenny & Kiran Batheja • Jill Greenspan
Jonathan Asch • Meryl Allison • Michael Ivan Shanker • Phil Tretiak • Rivertown Rose • Rock Island Sound • Tarry Tech

3/10/21 at 7PM: Drew Bordeaux

Live from the Music Hall Stage

We are happy to welcome DREW BORDEAUX to our weekly Night-In With The Music Hall livestream series!
Drew will be performing safely to an empty theater, and the concert will be broadcast on Facebook and YouTube. Tune in with some take-out from your favorite restaurant, and let his music bring us together while we are sheltering at home.
Drew Bordeaux is a musician, photographer, and writer in New York. As a singer/songwriter/performer he is known for a voice that blends the sonic authenticity of Southern Rock & 70s Soul with the urgency of Alternative and Grunge Rock. His percussive guitar style is reminiscent of Richie Havens and Dave Matthews, and violin playing fuses his upbringing as a classical musician with elements of blues and rock. He has played venues of all sizes and shared stages with Daughtry, KT Tunstall, Gin Blossoms, and more. He lives in Westchester County with his wife Tammy. More info at drewbordeaux.com
 

 

4/28/21 at 7PM: Brian Dunne

Live from the Music Hall Stage

Raised in New York State, Dunne got his start the old fashioned way, crisscrossing the country performing hundreds of shows a year as he built up a dedicated fanbase one night at a time. He released a pair of acclaimed albums along the way—2015’s ‘Songs From The Hive’ and 2017’s ‘Bug Fixes and Performance Improvements’—that garnered frequent airplay on SiriusXM and helped land him dates with everyone from Cat Power and Dylan LeBlanc to Rosanne Cash and Lee Ann Womack alongside high profile spots on Cayamo and NPR’s Mountain Stage. He currently lives in Brooklyn with his wife and cat.
“The songs on this album don’t come with a lot of resolution,” says Brian Dunne. “As a writer, your instinct can be to try and wrap things up in neat little bows and promise everybody that everything’s going to be alright, but that just didn’t feel real to me.” Instead, Dunne’s poignant new album, ‘Selling Things,’ faces down doubt and disappointment head on, learning to make peace with uncertainty and find catharsis in acceptance. Recorded in Los Angeles with producer/mixer/engineer Andrew Sarlo (Big Thief, Caroline Rose), the collection is a dark and dreamy meditation on the nature of fulfillment, one that balances the personal and political as it contemplates an impending apocalypse that feels more literal and less metaphorical with each passing day. Dunne writes with a cinematic eye for detail here, offering up fully fleshed out character studies and immersive vignettes that capture the kind of small, seemingly inconsequential moments that only later reveal their profound and lasting impacts. It’s an approach that calls to mind everything from Jackson Browne and Tom Waits to Jonathan Richman and Chrissie Hynde, and the result is a blend of black humor and probing introspection that sounds at once vintage and modern, familiar and foreign, hopeful and fatalistic.

“These songs all came out of a pretty difficult year of my life when I wasn’t sure what was going on with me,” reflects Dunne. “I started to spiral due to what I later learned was obsessive compulsive disorder, but at the time, I was undiagnosed and medicating myself with booze and drugs. It got pretty gnarly, and for a while, I thought I was genuinely losing my mind.”

Thank you to Clockwork Records for being a Music Hall Angel. For more info on how to become an Angel, click here.