Chase away the winter blues on Friday, February 22, 2019 with Arts at the Palace’s second annual Cabin Fever Festival, sponsored by Chartwells. Zach Deputy will headline an evening of incredible performers, including Mike Powell & The Black River, and New Kingston. Show starts at 7pm. There will be a cash bar, plus food by Ray Brothers Barbeque will be available for purchase! Doors open at 6:30pm, as will the food and bar. $25 per ticket, $22 for students over 18 with ID.
Soulful and innovative multi-instrumentalist and singer Zach Deputy’s one man show creates a unique experience straight from the soul every night, raw and uncut with absolutely nothing prerecorded. As a pioneer of looping and synth guitar work well ahead of his time, he’s taken the technology to uncharted lands delivering a pocket groove unique to the ears. With this in mind he tailored his performances to meet his convictions. Combining his family roots Island vibe with his low country southern soul, a pinch of tranced out hippy hop, and a vast amount of talent, Zach’s sound emerges in focus.
New Kingston formed in 2006 in the basement of their Brooklyn home, when brothers Tahir (keys), Courtney Jr. (drums) & Stephen (guitar) began covering music by the likes of Bob Marley, Earth Wind & Fire, Dennis Brown, Michael Jackson, The Whispers and many more. The three brothers, under the watchful eye of their father (and bassist) Courtney Panton Sr., called themselves New Kingston to appropriately reflect a combination of their Jamaican heritage and their present lives in progressive New York City. The musical styles of both places informed their sound and songwriting. As second generation Jamaican-Americans, they are able to just as easily hold their own with the traditional reggae scene.
Mike Powell left the Town of Champion in 2001 and went on to Syracuse University where, in four years, he became the most decorated college lacrosse player in the history of the sport. After college, despite being the number one draft pick in both professional lacrosse leagues, Mike declined the offers to play professionally and instead packed up his guitar and hit the road to play music in coffee shops and folk houses all over the American west. He is an open-chested free spirit and an absolute prolific writer with over 200 songs already in his arsenal. His words are honest and his performances are captivating, intimate, and interactive. His powerful silky voice is oozing with blue eyed soul. He somehow blends folk with soul and country to create a sound that is as unique as his personality.
Arts at the Palace is partnering with Campus Coat Check to offer a coat check service (www.campuscoatcheck.com). Campus Coat Check provides a software solution to streamline the coat checking process by using minimal customer information to track the customer’s coat; providing a safe and professional hand-off without the need for tickets.