Pleasantville Music Festival 2018

Sat Jul 14 2018

12:00 PM (Doors 11:00 AM)

Pleasantville Music Festival

48 Marble Avenue Pleasantville, NY 10570

All Ages

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2018 LINE-UP



The Pleasantville Music Festival is a zero-waste festival. Please bring your refillable water bottle!



Westchester Medical Center Presents
Pleasantville Music Festival 2018

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  • The Psychedelic Furs

    Alternative Rock

    The Psychedelic Furs came together in England's emerging punk scene in 1977 initially consisting of Richard Butler (vocals), Tim Butler (bass guitar), Paul Wilson (drums), Duncan Kilburn (saxophone), and Roger Morris (guitars). By 1979, this line up had expanded to a sextet with Vince Ely replacing Wilson on drums and John Ashton being added on guitar.

    The Furs debut, a self-titled album from 1980 was produced by Steve Lillywhite. The LP quickly established the band at radio in Europe and was a top 20 hit in the UK. The album also found success in Germany, Italy, France, Spain, New Zealand and Australia. 

    The Furs found success in the U.S. with their next release, 1981's Talk Talk Talk, which saw the band making its debut on the US album charts. In New Zealand, meanwhile, the band became immensely popular, as Talk Talk Talk reached the top ten in the charts, the first in a string of Furs' albums to chart in the New Zealand Top 10.

    These days, the band continues to tour around the world. The current Psychedelic Furs touring lineup remains Richard Butler (vocals), Tim Butler (bass), Rich Good (guitar), Mars Williams (saxophone), Amanda Kramer (keyboards), and Paul Garisto (drums).

  • The Lone Bellow

    The Lone Bellow


    The Lone Bellow burst onto the scene with their self-titled debut in 2013. The Brooklyn-based band quickly became known for their transcendent harmonies, serious musicianship and raucous live performance — a reputation that earned them their rabid fan base. It's been three years since the band's victorious Then Came The Morning was released. Produced by The National's Aaron Dessner, the album was nominated for an Americana Music Award. The band appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "Late Show With David Letterman," "Conan O'Brien," "CBS This Morning," "Later...with Jools Holland," and "The Late Late Show With James Corden" in support of the album. In the years since the release, the band left their beloved adopted home of Brooklyn and moved to Nashville.

    Now, The Lone Bellow is back with Walk Into A Storm, which will be released Sept. 15 on Sony Music Masterworks. Walk Into A Storm was produced by legendary music producer Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, and more) and features their lead single "Time's Always Leaving." The trio, featuring Zach Williams (guitar/vocals), Kanene Donehey Pipkin (multi-instrumentalist), and Brian Elmquist (guitar), recorded this album in only seven days. The group’s first two albums graced the Billboard 200.

  • Robert Randolph & the Family Band

    Contemporary Blues

    Many musicians claim that they “grew up in the church,” but for Robert Randolph that is literally the case. The renowned pedal steel guitarist, vocalist and songwriter led such a cloistered childhood and adolescence that he heard no secular music while growing up. If it wasn’t being played inside of the House of God Church in Orange, New Jersey—quite often by Robert and members of his own family, who upheld a long but little known gospel music tradition called sacred steel—Randolph simply didn’t know it existed.
    Which makes it all the more remarkable that the leader of Robert Randolph and the Family Band—whose label debut for Sony Masterworks, Got Soul—is today an inspiration to the likes of Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana and Derek Trucks, all of whom have played with him and studied his technique. It wasn’t until he was out of his teens that Randolph broke away from the confines of his social and musical conditioning and discovered rock, funk, soul, jazz and the jam band scene, soon forging his own sound by fusing elements of those genres.
    “It was all church music. It was a movement within our church and that’s all we used to do,” says Randolph of the sacred steel music he played at the time, music whose association with his church stretches back to the 1920s. Once Randolph began to discover other forms of music, he saw how they were all connected, and was eager to find his own place. “All music is related. Gospel is the same as blues,” he says. “The only thing that changes is in hardcore gospel people are singing about God and Jesus and in the blues people are singing about ‘my baby left me’ and whiskey. When we first started out, guys really weren’t allowed to leave the church. I was the one that stepped out and started this thing. My dad would say, ‘Why do you come home smelling like beer and cigarettes?’ ‘Well, we just got done playing some smoky club till 2 a.m.!’ It was all foreign and different.”

    By the early 2000s, Randolph had begun applying his dazzling steel guitar technique to secular music, and from that grew the Family Band. The group’s sound was so different than anything else around that they were soon packing New York City clubs. Their first album, 2002’s Live at the Wetlands, was recorded at the now defunct jam band haven, and was followed by four studio albums and another live set, each widening the band’s audience—they’ve long been regulars on the festival circuit—and broadening their stylistic range as well.
    “Things happened really fast,” Randolph says now. “When I look back on that time, to be honest, I had no idea what the hell we were doing. We’d get told, ‘You guys are going on tour with Eric Clapton.’ ‘Oh, OK.’ I thought, this guy must not have a clue who I am but the first time I met him we talked for about an hour and played music backstage.”
    The Family Band’s improvisational skills quickly made them mega-popular among the jam-band crowd, but for Randolph and his band mates, what they were doing was just an extension of what they’d always done. “The jam band scene has that name but it’s really a true music art form scene where you can just be who you are,” Randolph says. “We fit in that category in some sense but the jam band scene itself has changed a lot since that time. I’ve grown to like songs and I like to jam within the song.”
    On Got Soul, Robert Randolph and the Family Band walk that line deftly, displaying their virtuosity within the context of a dozen smartly crafted tunes. “I like both playing live and recording,” says Randolph. “The thing about a record is you get a chance to rehearse parts and fine-tune things. But if you look at most great music artists—people like Stevie Wonder—the song is totally different from the show. When you’re in the studio, it’s hard to improvise without an audience. But for us, well, we’ve been playing in front of audiences our whole lives.”

  • Cracker

    Alternative Rock

    Cracker has been described as a lot of things over the years: alt-rock, Americana, insurgent-country, and have even had the terms punk and classic-rock thrown at them. But more than anything Cracker are survivors. Cofounders Lowery and Hickman have been at it for almost a quarter of a century – amassing ten studio albums, multiple gold records, thousands of live performances, hit songs that are still in current radio rotation around the globe (“Low,” “Euro-Trash Girl,” “Get Off This” and “Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out With Me” to name just a few), and a worldwide fan base – that despite the major sea-changes within the music industry – continues to grow each year.

  • John Hall

    John Hall


    From his piano lessons at age 5 to his medal-winning french horn performance at the Ithaca College Music Festival, from his folk days of singing Weavers, Peter Paul and Mary, and Bob Dylan songs, from his obsession with the Ventures, Beach Boys, Beatles and Jimi Hendrix, John Hall learned three things: Play, Write, Listen. 

    Congressman John Hall represented Mew York's 19th district until 2011, when he returned to private life, and a life of music. After the Fukushima meltdowns in March 2011, he wrote and recorded the song "I Told You So," which he recorded and later performed with Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne and others as part of a MUSE/No Nukes concert in Mountainville CA. 

    Since reuniting with Orleans in August 2013, John has crossed the country half a dozen times, sharing the stage with artists including Christopher Cross, Firefall, Al Stewart, Player, Robbie Dupree, Gary Wright, and Ambrosia.. A book detailing his journey from rocker to representative is also in the works. More details here when available.

  • Fly Amero

    Fly Amero

    Acoustic Blues

    Left-handed, upside-down guitarist/singer/journeyman Dennis "Fly" Amero finds his musical roots deep within the vast genres of the '60's pop revolution. Influences range from Bob Dylan to James Brown to Roy Orbison to Aretha Franklin... and just about everything in between.

    As a young teenager, Fly was already capturing public attention, performing on the hallowed stages of 1967's Newport Folk Festival with Buddy Guy and Jr. Wells and - from the completely opposite end of the musical spectrum - the notorious Jim Kweskin Jug Band, then featuring Maria and Geoff Muldaur. 

    Growing up, Amero honed his stage skills with his brother's local, hard-working '70's soul band, J.B. and Water. Later, he moved to New York City, joining in on musical projects with members of the pop/rock bands, Foreigner and Meatloaf.

    In the early 1980's, Fly struck upon the start of what would become a lifelong friendship with the classic pop singer, Larry Hoppen of Orleans. He joined, toured and recorded with the famed group for the better part of 3 years before returning home to focus on his own writing.

    His remarkable versatility led to the writing and co-producing of Atlantic's holiday comedy album classic, Twisted Christmas, which quickly became certified gold in 1995.

    Two "Twisted" sequels and a long-awaited solo album later, Fly Amero finds himself onstage as a dynamic solo and frontman performer, and offstage as a writer and record producer.

    Fly is currently touring as a member of Orleans and fronts the thrilling rock/blues act known as "The Big Strum".

  • Harsh Armadillo

    Harsh Armadillo


    Harsh Armadillo is six guys and a girl who don't sleep until you've burnt through your insoles, and tried that breakdance move from your fifth grade talent show. They create original music for moving to-- a combination of funk and hip-hop roots with the bass, the drums, the horns, and the voices that hit like a vitamin for your soul. The gang hails from Boston's leafy hat; a little known mecca they like to call New Hampshire. They have no affiliation with the state of Texas and have never encountered a wild armadillo. You can find their music, videos, and tour dates at 
    Founded in a moldy basement in 2013, Harsh Armadillo continues to crush doctor's predictions for a blindly short lifespan with the release of their new EP 'BITE'. The previous five years consisted primarily of blue Gatorade fueled rampage, punctuated by two full length releases-- 'Thayer It Is' (2014), and 'Blame Bad Habits' (2017). They live for the live show, and look forward to getting funky in a dimly lit room near you. Stay harsh. 

  • Lizzie & The Makers

    Lizzie & The Makers

    Rock & Roll

    With influences ranging from Paul Butterfield and Ann Peebles to Lynyrd Skynyrd and Pink Floyd, Lizzie has been a guest at many NYC all-star jams, sharing the stage with the likes of James Carter and Sweet Georgia Brown, and has brought the house down as a vocalist for NYC’s most sought-after tribute collective, Murderers’ Row.

    At age 4, Lizzie began studying Classical Piano and Music Theory at what was then known as Mannes College of Music and was an avid student there for 14 years. She also has studied under renowned vocal teacher, Don Lawrence, for upwards of 8 years. Lizzie's Dad was a constant on the 60’s rock scene, acting as sideman for Chuck Berry and touring with Martha and The Vandellas and the Dave Clark Five. Her grandmother a classical harpsichordist and her grandfather an opera singer, a love and ability for all music truly courses through her veins.

    With Lizzie and the Makers, she has rocked up and down the East Coast, taken the West Coast by storm, and found a new musical family in Texas, after blowing the roof of her SXSW showcases in Austin. Dark and soulful lead vocals and lyrics by Lizzie Edwards and innovative arrangements by Greg McMullen combine the blues, rock and psychedelic soul of musicians like Freddie King, Sharon Jones and Led Zeppelin.

  • Juice


    Alternative Rock

    With seven distinct personalities, Juice distills rock, r&b and hip-hop into a signature sound with a distinct kick of electric violin, rich harmonies, honest lyrics, and festival-worthy choruses. The Boston septet—Ben Stevens [lead vocals], Michael Ricciardulli [guitar], Rami El-Abidin [bass], Christian Rose [violin, vocals], Kamau Burton [acoustic guitar, vocals], Daniel Moss [guitar], and Miles Clyatt [drums]— formed as students at Boston College in 2013.

  • Friends at the Falls

    Friends at the Falls

    Alternative Rock

    Birthed in Mahopac, New York, Friends at the Falls is composed of Jake Stam on vocals and rhythm guitar, Matt Montgomery on drums, Don Senese on the keys, Dan Walsh on bass and Nick Gennusa on lead guitar. Together, these five individuals makeup more than just a band, they are five creative minds and five talented souls that come together to make one cohesive sound. A sound that is unique due to all of the memories these contemporaries share. 

    Off stage, the boys of Friends at the Falls are infamous for jumping off cliffs, sleeping on rooftops, and narfing down slices of ZA. Couple their uniform love for adventure with a mutual appreciation for artists such as The Killers, Coldplay, and Bruce Springsteen— you’ll get a beautiful thriller, one that has you sprinting up ocean side bluffs one day to playing a show at Webster Hall the next. 

  • Chanelle


    Alternative Rock

    Chanelle is an all-female band formed by singer-songwriter and lead vocalist, Christine Locke. In 2017, Locke incorporated drummer, Dana Mancuso and bassist, Michelle Nadler to help complete her album. Within weeks, the trio made their debut. After receiving overwhelming praise these women have become a fresh face for the local music scene in the Tri-State Area.

  • Dan Zlotnick

    Dan Zlotnick


    With a contemporary Americana flair, Dan’s music reflects his love of classic rock and blues. His evocative lyrics, captivating melodies, and energetic performances exude Dan’s passion for creating and sharing his music with everyone around him. 

  • Late Night Episode

    Late Night Episode

    Indie Rock

  • Loose Buttons

    Loose Buttons

    Alternative Rock

    A four-piece of native New Yorkers, the members of Loose Buttons came of age during the city’s early 00’s indie rock renaissance, on the heels of local heroes like The Strokes, The Walkmen and The Yeah Yeah Yeahs rising to national prominence. After releasing their sophomore EP ‘Sundays’ in February 2017, Loose Buttons has been met with critical praise that would do justice by their Lower East Side predecessors. Billboard has described the band’s sound as “a blend of new wave and pop all their own” while Consequence of Sound dubbed them “irresistibly sincere.” VICE hailed the group as a “garage-rock-pop good time” and Nylon is “absolutely in love with Loose Buttons’ scuzzed-out indie sound.”  

  • Tim Stout

    Tim Stout


    Having started performing his music for live audiences in May of 2017, New York-based musician Tim Stout has taken off. With a sultry and often funky R&B-influenced pop sound, his music explores the intricacies of modern romance and communication in a rapidly changing world.
    Influenced by decades of music, Stout's sound stems from those of singer-songwriters like John Mayer, Jason Mraz, Bill Withers, and Stevie Wonder, to name a few. Even in solo performances, his sound is always full; inventively making use of pedals and loop stations like musicians such as Ed Sheeran and Tash Sultana, Stout arranges full soundscapes during live performances that make audiences doubt that he is the only performer onstage.
    ​After just a few short months performing around the NYC area, Stout opened for Allen Stone with Caleb Hawley in a sold-out show at Brooklyn Bowl in November 2017. Since then he's been in the process of recording his first full-length album, set to release early 2019. 

  • Emily Angell

    Emily Angell


    Emily is a musician who harmonizes with everything. Even the lawnmower. She's a sensitive, upbeat soul who looks for light in the dark and meaning in the ordinary. Her songs speak of her reflective nature and her fans connect to her in their unique emotional journey through the world around them. Fans of Ingrid Michaelson, Tristan Prettyman and Jewel will love Emily.

  • David Vogel

    David Vogel

    Indie Pop

    My name is David Vogel and I am a singer-songwriter from Westchester NY. I am 1/4 of the sibling band One Accord, (check us out @ I sing and play guitar, piano, drums, and the ukulele. I am currently in my freshman year of college and will be focusing on a music production major.
    This channel is where I will be posting all of my covers, and maybe even original songs, which will be recorded and performed completely live. I make music simply because I love it and couldn't imagine doing anything else. I hope you enjoy my music and return for more! 
    Thanks for your support guys. Peace out! 


  • The Bluechips

    The Bluechips

    Bar Band

    Singer/guitarist Paul Beladino and singer/drummer Jake Albi have been playing together for over 10 years, including a spot on the 2015 Vans Warped Tour at Jones Beach. Now, with bassist Tom Davis, this Westchester power trio combines good old rock n' roll, rockabilly, mod, progressive, hard, and pop influences for a sound that is just the thing to get your juices going for a day of music. 

  • Gilbert


    Alternative Rock

    GILBERT is a band from Westchester County, New York, whose sound is rock with soul/funk influences. Tara Curran’s powerful and soulful vocals will let you know from the first note that they mean business. Their live show has an undefinable quality that keeps you on the edge of your seat, or on your feet, fully engaged from the beginning of their set until the end. 

    They have performed at various New York venues, including: Paramount Hudson Valley, The Winery at St. George, Hudson Valley Expo, Rockwood Music Hall, on the TV show Wonderama, and will be at this year's Pleasantville Music Festival.

Westchester Medical Center Presents

Pleasantville Music Festival 2018

Sat Jul 14 2018 12:00 PM

(Doors 11:00 AM)

Pleasantville Music Festival Pleasantville NY
Pleasantville Music Festival 2018
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All Ages


2018 LINE-UP



The Pleasantville Music Festival is a zero-waste festival. Please bring your refillable water bottle!