Harrison Basch / Eamon Fogarty / Ongoing

Sunday, May 5, 8-10:30pm

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The Avalon Lounge
29 Church St.
Catskill, NY

Harrison Basch is a songwriter/instrumentalist born and raised in the Hudson Valley, New York. He has performed in several groups, on the west and east coasts, either playing his own songs or drumming for the likes of Emily Ritz, Credit Electric, or The Long Road Society artists. Harrison’s lyricism is revolved around love, death, and nature. His music is both soulful heart folk and dark jangly experimental landscapes. His songs reflect the times that we live in and beckon the audience to engage honestly.

Eamon Fogarty is a composer, songwriter, singer, multi-instrumentalist, and audio archivist who was born in the state of New Hampshire. Aquarium Drunkard described his 2019 record Blue Values as “a remarkable piece of art-pop, exhibiting the low slung ease of Tim Buckley’s jazz-rock, the shambolic grace of Beck, the progressive grandeur of Scott Walker, and the mystic yearning of Talk Talk.” He has written for, recorded, and performed in a broad range of capacities and contexts, including numerous folk and rock bands, (Alex Dupree, Psychic Temple, Matt Kivel) choral groups, free improvisatory ensembles, and theater productions. His new songs are concerned with the porosity of human categories, and the speed at which language erodes.

Ongoing is a folk-rock group based in the Hudson Valley, NY. The band features lead vocals by Katie Jones, Adam Netsky of Maybird on drums, multi-instrumentalist Braden Bodensteiner and Jonathan Hudack on bass. Ongoing’s songs vary in style and draw inspiration from artists like Neil Young, Wilco and early Fairport Convention. They consider each live show an opportunity to ever so slightly explore beyond the edge of a song. Their music presents passionately delivered melodies, philosophical lyrics, as well as spirited and wild sonic textures.


May 05 2024


8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
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