For nine years and nearly 300 performances, art & music promoter, Tony Falco, presented some of the most respected and creative artists working in music today, in what became a legendary private concert venue over the magnificent barn he’d built behind his home.
On November 27, 2009, The Falcon opened the doors to its new home, listening room and art gallery; a 19th century factory building perched over Marlboro Falls at 1348 Route 9W, Marlboro NY. Here it will continue to present the most well regarded musicians in traditional & contemporary jazz, blues, soul, folk, world, rock, big band & chamber music.
The Falcon welcomes everyone, with no cover charge, no minimum, no tickets. Those who can are encouraged to feed our donation box, a symbol of democracy in the arts. This fund goes directly to the performing musicians, demonstrating our respect & gratitude for their skill, contribution and livelihood.
More about The FALCON & The FALCON UNDERGROUND
Food: The Falcon's Menu celebrates the bounty of the Hudson Valley and our coastal neighbors EVERY performance night and at Sunday Brunch. Outdoor dining on our beautiful deck weather permitting.
Beverages: Full service bars.
Capacity: 150 +
Contact and Location Info
|Location:||1348 Route 9W|
|Calendar for The FALCON & The FALCON UNDERGROUND|
|Special Monday Show!|
with King Yellowman & The Sagittarius Band
|The FALCON & The FALCON UNDERGROUND|
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY See Map
|" ...one of the hardest working Reggae Bands in the world."|
In the history of Reggae music, King Yellowman's story is incredible - an upbringing at the Maxfield Home orphanage in Kingston, and being an albino in Jamaica - overcoming obstacles to become the biggest Reggae artist since Bob Marley.
King Yellowman was featured on American group The Dubplates song “UH HUH”, which peaked at number four on the Billboard (2017) Reggae Album charts.
No More War (New Song 2019): https://youtu.be/zwfbjv9J6R8
UH Huh! (King Yellowman, Papa Robbie, Daddy Brady & Big Hair): http://youtu.be/BlWegYC95Bo
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