Kick-off the Village of Warwick concert season early this Sesquicentennial Year and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Emish on Fri., Mar. 17 at 6 p.m. at the Park Avenue Elementary School, located at 10 Park Ave. in Warwick. Concert goers will enjoy the sounds of Americana folk rock with Irish and rock influences.
Emish is a power-folk band that has repeatedly been voted the “Best Band of the Hudson Valley.” Their high energy, live performances and distinct sound have catapulted them to be a sought-out headlining act at major festivals and concerts across the Country, including the likes of Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, folk and Irish festivals, as well as the more intimate setting of theaters or small concert settings.
In Emish’s fourth album, the group ventured further into the Americana movement focusing on their original songs written by award winning front man, Bobby Curreri, while highlighting the bands multi-instrumentalists Christy Brown and Jen Curreri on fiddle, flute, cello, accordion, trumpet and whistle and rounding out the sounds with powerful rhythm of bass and Andrew Hulle on percussion.
For more information visit www.Warwick150.org or check out the Village of Warwick, NY Sesquicentennial page on Facebook.