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  1. Alexis P. Suter Band Sat  02/28/2015 9pm
    $21.20
    Showtime 8:30pm doors open at 7:30pm appeared 2 times at our PAL Festival and Rocks the house for sure. a regular act at the MIdnight Ramble, Levon Helms barn concerts. Alexis and her band are for real! all ticket prices include a 6% handling fee, tickets are NOT mailed, ALL tickets are will call at the door Learn More
  2. Jerry Douglas Sat. 12/03/2016 8:00
    $63.60
    doors at 7pm showtime is 8pm . There is a 6% handling fee included in the ticket price. Tickets are not mailed. all tickets are WILL CALL AT THE DOOR. Learn More
  3. Jerry Douglas SUN. 12/04/2016 7:30
    $63.60
    Doors open at 7pm showtime is 7:30. . There is a 6% handling fee included in the ticket price. Tickets are not mailed. all tickets are WILL CALL AT THE DOOR. Jerry Douglas is widely renowned as perhaps the finest Dobro player in contemporary acoustic music. His main foundation is bluegrass, but Douglas is an eclectic whose tastes run toward jazz, blues, folk, and straight-ahead country as well, and he's equally capable of appealing to bluegrass aficionados or new agers with a taste for instrumental roots music. What's more, his progressive sensibility as a composer has earned him comparisons to like-minded virtuosos Béla Fleck and David Grisman. Douglas was born in Warren, Ohio in 1956, and began playing the Dobro at age eight with encouragement from his father, who was also a bluegrass musician. By his teen years, Douglas was already a member of his father's band, and his playing was especially influenced by Josh Graves of Flatt & Scruggs' Foggy Mountain Boys. Douglas was discovered at a festival by the Country Gentlemen, who took him on tour with them for the rest of the summer and later brought him into the recording studio. From there, Douglas established himself as a hugely in-demand session musician; during the latter half of the '70s, he worked with the likes of J.D. Crowe & the New South, David Grisman, Ricky Skaggs, Doyle Lawson, and Tony Rice. Additionally, Douglas released his debut album, Fluxology, on Rounder in 1979; he followed it three years later with Fluxedo, which like its predecessor stuck relatively close to traditional (albeit sometimes jazzy) bluegrass. Learn More
  4. Roosevelt Dime Sun. 01/21/2018 4:00pm
    $21.20
    doors open at 3pm show time is 4pm. There is a 6% handling fee included in the ticket price. Tickets are NOT MAILED, ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR. This engaging brotherhood of musicians traces the rich tributaries of Americana – Blues, Bluegrass, and New Orleans juke joint Rhythm & Blues, enduring genres newly electrified with a modern charge. The hard-touring band gathers no moss. Featuring Eben Pariser on electric guitar, harmonica and lead vocals; Andrew Green on five string banjo and backup vocals; Tony Montalbano on drums and backup vocals, and upright bassist Craig Akin, Roosevelt Dime travels from New York City’s Union Square to the California coast. Whether heading north to Canada or south to Virginia, at festivals, listening rooms, clubs, whiskey bars or church basements an embracing sense of community and sterling musical interplay engages, connects and entertains audiences across a broad spectrum of ages and demographics. Learn More
  5. Magic After Dark Vol#3 Thurs. 11/30/2017 8pm
    $21.20
    Doors open at 7pm Showtime is 8pm. Tickets are NOT MAILED. All tickets are WILL CALL AT THE DOOR. There is a 6% handling fee included in the ticket price Learn More
  6. Rockland/Bergen Music Festival Offsite Turning Point Friday 06/21/2019 8pm
    $26.50
    there is a 6% handling fee included in the ticket price. Tickets are NOT MAILED all tickets are WILL CALL at the door. Concert is at the Turning Point WITH Miss Emily, The Slippery Chickens, Joe D'Urso & Stone Caravan - $25 8pm Tickets and just a taste of all the great acts appearing at the Music Festival in Tappan NY on Saturday and Sunday. Follow link on our event page to see a complete line at the Tappan site Learn More
  7. Rockland Bergen Music Festival Sat. 06/22/2019 8:30
    $26.50
    Doors open at 7:45 there is a 6% handling fee included in the ticket price. Tickets are NOT MAILED all tickets are WILL CALL at the door. Concert is at the Turning Point with Matt Jaffe, Williams Honor, Joe D'Urso & Stone Caravan - and just a taste of all the great acts appearing at the Music Festival in Tappan NY n Learn More
  8. Prof. Louie and Crowmatix Fri 10/25/2019 8:30
    $21.20
    Showtime 8:30 door open at 7:30 ALL TICKETS INCLUDE A 6% HANDLING FEE, ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR. TICKETS ARE NOT MAILED Professor Louie & The Crowmatix, Woodstock, NY - The group came into existence preparing songs for Aaron Professor Louie Hurwitz’s studio productions for the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame group The Band, Rick Danko & Garth Hudson. Professor Louie & The Crowmatix started touring and recording their own music in 2001. The group continues to perform in concert at premier theatres, clubs & festivals playing over 150 shows a year. They have six studio CD’s and two live recordings on The Woodstock Records label. Woodstock Records will be releasing Professor Louie & The Crowmatix next CD this Fall, 2009, Whispering Pines. Professor Louie & the Crowmatix have the distinct honor of being the first artists to have a live concert recording released by The New York State Museum entitled “The Spirit Of Woodstock”. Their CD Century Of The Blues averaged 20 for six months on the Americana Radio Roots charts and their music has consistently stayed on these charts for the past eight years. They have been featured artists on the syndicated radio shows Acoustic Cafe, The Mitch Albom Radio Show, Woodsongs Radio Hour, E-Town. The Crowmatix appeared on the CBS Television Special Melodies Of Christmas performing their international award winning song “Melody Of Peace” collaborating with The Empire State Orchestra and Choir. Their musicianship has enabled them to cross over into different musical genres and perform in concert with Orchestras and Choirs. Elmore Magazine… “The Crowmatix tour nationally and abroad and every concert gets better than the last.” The Village Voice… “Professor Louie’s upstate ensemble is an Americana template that is timeless rock, country, blues and New Orleans influenced originals”. The Record Review…”This is a great band.”ALL TICKETS INCLUDE A 6% HANDLING FEE, ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR. Learn More
  9. Rockland Bergen Festival at TTP Thurs 06/20/19 8pm
    $15.90
    At the Turning Point in PIermont, All tickets are WILL CALL at the door. Tickets are NOT MAILED Scott Wolfson & Other Heroes, McMule, Joe D'Urso's Acoustic Excursion - Learn More
  10. Turning Point PAL Music Festival Sunday Oct. 13th 12pm-5:00
    $20.00
    Tickets are now sold at the gate, lots available Old Number Seven Band (From Piermont NY), Back to the Garden 1969 ( A Celebration of the 50th Woodstock Music Festival), Jeb Jones (jam band) (from All Over!) Prof. Louie and the Crowmatix ( from Woodstock NY Tickets are still only $20 and the net proceeds with be donated to the PAL. to help with the rejuvenation of the Piermont Ave Basketball court. Learn More
  11. NRBQ Sunday 09/29/2019 4:00pm
    $47.70
    Show time is 4pm doors open at 3:00pm.. There is a 6% handling fee included in this ticket price. ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR Terry Adams has been calling the versatile, lively sets for NRBQ for decades. Inspired by any and all music, Adams and guitarist Steve Ferguson decided to form the band smack dab in the middle of the '60s Louisville, KY music scene. What arose was NRBQ, an acronym commonly thought to stand for the New Rhythm and Blues Quintet. With a raucous blend of blues, country, jazz, pop and rock, NRBQ has spent many fruitful decades playing festivals, music halls and filling bars with its humor and rhythm. Learn More
  12. Jesse Colin Young Sun. 05/02/2010 7:30
  13. NRBQ Sunday 09/29/2019 7:30pm
    $47.70
    Show time is 7:30pm doors open at 6:45pm.. There is a 6% handling fee included in this ticket price. ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR Terry Adams has been calling the versatile, lively sets for NRBQ for decades. Inspired by any and all music, Adams and guitarist Steve Ferguson decided to form the band smack dab in the middle of the '60s Louisville, KY music scene. What arose was NRBQ, an acronym commonly thought to stand for the New Rhythm and Blues Quintet. With a raucous blend of blues, country, jazz, pop and rock, NRBQ has spent many fruitful decades playing festivals, music halls and filling bars with its humor and rhythm. Learn More
  14. Johnny Markowski Band  Sat 01/17/2015 9pm
    $21.20
    Show Time 8:30pm doors open at 7:30pm All ticket priced include a 6% handling fee. Tickets are NOT MAILED. ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR. From New Riders Johnny Markowski's JEB JONES Band also appearing Dirty City,FYI They Rocked the PAL Festival this year!) Learn More
  15. John Primer Blues Band Fri 11/07/2014 9pm
    $21.20
    Showtime 9pm doors open at 8pm As the title of his critically acclaimed Atlantic Record CD suggests, Grammy Award and Handy Award Nominee, John Primer is truly “The Real Deal.” At eight years old, John borrowed his first guitar and stated to strum. With the sounds of Jimmy Reed, Muddy Waters, Little Milton, Elmore James, B.B. & Albert King reverberating through his Grandmother Laura Nell’s tube radio, John was instantly hooked. He was fascinated with Blues music and set forth on a life long path of becoming a musical force. Early inspiration came from his family steeped in spiritual, gospel, and church, and went on to play at house parties and fish fry’s in and around his hometown of Camden, Mississippi. At the age of eighteen, feeling restless and in search of further audiences, John followed the path of his mentors and migrated to Chicago in the fall of 1963. He quickly found work in the era when modern Electric Blues and the West and South Sides sounds were first taking shape. Forming his first band The Maintainers in 1964, John and his old Harmony guitar rocked such West Side clubs as The Place, The Bow Tie, and Lover’s Lounge. By 1968 John had left The Maintainers when the opportunity arouse to front the Soul and R&B group The Brotherhood. Jamming late into the night and practicing by day, John was forming his own unique style and expanding his repertoire. John’s success would lead him in 1974 to replace John Watkins in the house band at the world famous Theresa’s Lounge on the South Side. Over the course of the next five years, John would play with such originators as Sammy Lawhorn, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, Smokey Smothers, Lonnie Brooks, and a host of other innovators sculpting the sound of the Chicago Blues scene. It was during this part in John’s career that quite a few people were taking note of this outstanding performer. In 1979, master songwriter and bassist Willie Dixon persuaded him to join his band The Chicago All Stars. Traveling through the US, Mexico and Europe, John developed his skills as a rhythm guitarist, a lead slide player, and a powerful singer. Another Blues master who believed in John Primer was none other than the “Hoochie Coochie Man” himself, Muddy Waters. Muddy recruited John not only as a guitarist, but also as an opening act. As he did with so many other great musicians, Muddy served as a father to John, instilling in him an unrelenting passion for the music that gave birth to Rock and Roll. John stayed loyal to Muddy until his untimely death in 1983. Fresh off the heels of his success with the Muddy Waters Band, John signed on with the legendary Magic Slim. For the next fourteen years, he toured with Magic Slim & The Teardrops, bringing tight, house rocking sounds to every corner of the planet. But John’s days as a sideman were numbered, and in 1995 the veteran Blues man released his major label debut “The Real Deal”. He has since toured extensively in support of his ten solo albums to date. With John Primer’s strong traditionalist Blues phrasing and lightning fast slide technique, few artists can match him. A master storyteller and songwriter, his catalog of songs is endless and his sound is unforgettable. John Primer & The Real Deal Blues Band continues to electrify audiences at clubs and festivals, and remain a driving force in the world of Blues music today. Learn More
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  17. Coco Montoya Tues. 10/25/2011 8:00
  18. Bill Morrissey Sat 04/23/2011 6:00pm
  19. John Lee Hooker Jr. Band Fri. 08/19/2011 9pm
  20. Roger Street Friedman Band Thurs. 07/25/2019 8pm
    $15.90
    Doors open at 7:00 showtime is 8pm. Tickets are NOT MAILED. all tickets are WILL CALL AT THE DOOR, There is a 6% handling fee included in the tickets price. this will be Roger's first show at the Turning Point after appearing at this years Clearwater Festival. Learn More

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