Acoustic Night

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The Planter

109 Remsen Street

Cohoes, NY 12047

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Chill acoustic concert featuring all original music, drinks, and plants. Come through!

About this event

Swing by The Planter for a relaxing Saturday night filled with original acoustic music by Justin Friello, Angelina Valente, and AGE of the BEAR, surrounded by plants in a great acoustic space!

FREE entry (suggested $5-10 donation goes straight to the artists, and drink sales go directly to The Planter, kind enough to host us. Tickets not required for entry)

Doors open @ 6:30 PM

You can check out the current line-up for August on this Spotify Playlist below:

ACOUSTIC NIGHT PLAYLIST

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Justin Friello is an upstate NY singer songwriter whose music is a blend of pop, folk, R&B, and classical genres. What remains consistent is his insightful and emotiuonally provocative lyrics, intaimate vocals, and skillful approach to guitar and songwriting.

Angelina Valente -

"Crisp, nostalgic, bedroom folk"

Angelina grew up in Galway, NY where she developed a love for performing at a very young age. She attended Rider University where she graduated with a BFA in Musical Theatre. It was there that she developed a love for writing music.

Angelina's singer/songwriter style strips her music down to the bare bones with just vocals and keys, emanating a folk/pop sound. Her soft piano and strong voice, complete with her honest lyrics, create an exceptional, emotional experience suitable for all listeners.

AGE of the BEAR (singer-songwriter Anthony Cubbage) began his music career when he withdrew from college in January 2016, and immediately started recording demos, then traveling the country for 2 years, busking in major cities, and exploring United States' national parks, writing and recording among the trees and waters of places like Yosemite, Olympic, Badlands, and Yellowstone National Parks, eventually turning 4 years of writing into his most recent album "Rivers."

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