PEEKSKILL, N.Y. – From jazz to rock to R&B, there is plenty of live music happening this weekend in Peekskill. Check out our Events page for even more fun things to do.
Friday, March 1
Salsa Night with Anaïsa: 7:30 p.m. This quartet includes women of diverse musical backgrounds, all of whom are established in the standard realm of Latin jazz, but who also bring their individual and collective experiences in American jazz, salsa, merengue, Dominican, Puerto Rican and Cuban folk music, samba, reggae, and rock. Admission is $10. BeanRunner Café, 201 S. Division St.
Constant Velocity: 8 p.m. The acoustic rock duo will perform a free live set for patrons. Peekskill Coffee House, 101 S. Division St.
Rumor Hazz It: 9:30 p.m. Rumor Hazz It is a club band from the Bronx. There's a $5 entertainment fee for all, including diners. 12 Grapes, 12 N. Division St.
Vintage Vinyl: 10 p.m. The local band will perform a free live set for patrons. Birdsall House, 970 Main St.
Saturday, March 2
Jason Marsalis Vibes Quartet: 8 p.m. Vibraphonist Jason Marsalis’ quartet includes pianist Austin Johnson, drummer David Potter and bassist Will Goble. Admission is $20, and can be purchased in advance. BeanRunner Café, 201 S. Division St.
Kurt Henry Band: 8 p.m. The blues-influenced band will perform a free live set. Peekskill Coffee House, 101 S. Division St.
Rob Wallis and The Rhythm Method: 9:30 p.m. Members have performed with Ray Charles, Diana Ross, Dylan, Aretha Franklin, John Lennon, Tom Chapin, Carly Simon, James Taylor, Hall & Oats and more. Admission is a $10 entertainment fee and $5 with dinner. 12 Grapes, 12 N. Division St.
Sunday, March 3
Matt Turk: 1p.m. The acoustic R&B artist will perform a free live set. Peekskill Coffee House, 101 S. Division St.
Living with Cancer: A Special Benefit Concert: 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Songwriter Rob Morsberger has met his recent diagnosis of terminal cancer with a drive toward making as much music as time allows. For these back-to-back shows, Rob will be joined by Suzzy Roche, a founding member of the singing group The Roches. For more than 35 years, she's performed throughout the U.S. and Europe and made m ore than recordings. A donation of $30 is suggested. BeanRunner Café, 201 S. Division St.
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