Sunday Brunch & Swing … Live at the Falcon

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Sunday, May 28   10 am – 2 pm

The SAINTS of SWING are an extraordinary collective of some of the tri-state area’s finest performers with an eclectic, electric groove of foot-tappin’ Swing classics – from spicy New Orleans Dixieland style (complete with a dancin’ tuba player!), elegant NYC sizzlers, Motown, R&B, Ballroom favorites, Gospel, Latin, and Klezmer!

Sunday Brunch and Swing Live at the Falcon … You Cant Go Wrong!

1348 US-9W, Marlboro, NY 12542


It’s Springfest Weekend @LiveattheFalcon!


Art | Music | Food | For the Whole Family
Saturday May 27 2017 | Noon – Closing


• Free Entry + Parking
• Live Music on 3 Stages
• Art Gallery Exhibition
• Avalon Archives Museum of Rock & Roll
• New York Craft Beer Garden
• Acrobats & Street Performers
• The Hudson Valley’s Finest Food and Beverage Vendors:
More Good Syrup, Hudson Valley Ale Works, BenMarl Winery, Wright’s Farm, Bad Seed
• Multi Media Children’s Show

dancing with Black Masala

Saturday Night May 27 7 pm – 10 pm Black Masala ~ Gypsy Punk Party!

“Black Masala feels like the best party band for a party that you’ve never been to before…” –

“Experimenting with a flirtatious combination of gypsy punkiness and brass, [Black Masala] can expertly churn an audience of awkward head-bobbers into a livened stew of aspirant dancers. For them, no groove is off limits.” – WRGW Music Blog

Back to the Boogie Radio Show’s mission

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Our purpose is to create good memories with music of our youth. Back to the Boogie Radio Show on the Ground Radio is meant to do just that. We bring you the music of our hey days, Disco. It’s a fun 2 hour show with a mix set created by guest deejays from all over the world and their take on disco. We follow it with a theme selection of songs that take you from the 70s to the 90s and a bit of discography, memories & fun while we reminisce.  Tune in for a live broadcast on the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of each month at 6 pm est on

Happenings in the Hudson Valley … That our listeners would enjoy!

Beacon Open Studios

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Beacon Open Studios is a free, citywide, weekend long event where artists who live or work in Beacon, New York open their art studios to the public.


The Ground is a community run online radio station located at 211 Fishkill Avenue in Beacon NY that is also part of this weekends event.  You can actually come into the studio and meet the deejays of different shows from Ground Radio. Freaky Frankie & Carla Lala Ramos, co-hosts of “Back To The Boogie” Radio Show will be broadcasting Sunday, May 14 at 4 pm for an hour.  If you would like to hear some of the root music of disco and meet this husband & wife team that were big into the sub-culture and club scene in the 70s & 80s, please stop by or if you can’t make it, tune in online at ~ Please Like their Facebook Page and visit their website


If you love disco, the artists  of the 70’s & 80s and their music, tune in on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month 6 pm est for their “Live Broadcast” on Back To The Boogie.


The Get Down .. The Netflix series & its early Hip Hop Fashion and Disco Glamour

The Get Down and it’s iconic fashion of the 70’s was recreated with much thought & process. A lot of digging through vintage stores & rentals in New York. Getting the fabric and details were necessary and the results were spot on. 70’s designers Diane von Furstenberg, Halston, and Gucci opened up their archives for the show for research.

70s halston inspired dress


The Get Down by Baz Luhrmann, involved Grandmaster Flash and hip hop historian Nas. Consultants include Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Rahiem of the Furious Five, hip-hop’s first national recording star Kurtis Blow, Zulu Nation founder Afrika Bambaataa and even Kool Herc, the bedrock figure who invented hip-hop in a South Bronx rec room in 1972.



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The perspective of the show is meant to make you feel fully immersed in the time period Everything is through a heightened perspective, in the same way anyone thinks of their own childhood–things are always bigger and more colorful than you remember them.” *I’ve share bits from two articles (find links below for their whole stories).

*For complete articles go to: Ten Fascinating Facts about the incredible 70s fashions on The Get Down and Rolling Stone article By Christopher R. Weingarten,  The Get Down.. How Baz Luhrmann recreated the birth of Hip Hop 

*For more Photos on The Get Down Fashions designed by Jeriana San Juan who brings the era back to life … Instagram

*Catch both seasons now on Netflix