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The Hall will open at 11 AM for the noon performance. The Music Hall requires proof of vaccination or a negative Covid PCR test (taken within 72 hours of the performance) for entry to this event. Masking is required inside the venue for the duration of your visit. For this one-hour performance, food and drink will not be permitted in the Hall. Please visit our Health & Safety Guide for more information regarding Masks & Vaccination requirements.
TROY SAVINGS BANK MUSIC HALL‘S 2021-2022 MUSIC@NOON CONCERT SERIES!
Since 1988, on the second Tuesday of each month from October to May, the free Music at Noon concert series has presented exceptional musicians with a diverse mix of musical styles.
Warden & Co., Folk Rock
“Music can’t lie.”
Seth Warden, Doug Moody, and Brian Melick started out making music for kids. Now as Warden and Co., the trio presents Somewhere, their first full-length set for people the age of those kids’ parents. No matter the audience, frontman Warden says, the words mean nothing if they’re not true. And in our chaotic current moment, that truth is everything.
“You can’t fake it,” says Warden, whose album releases April 2022. “If you sing certain messages, you better back it up offstage. That’s become our motto.” There’s nothing fake about Somewhere and its 11 servings of auditory earnestness. The band, featuring frontman Warden, violinist and vocalist Moody, and drummer Melick, has created a mood of emotional tenderness, meeting in a special place where rock, folk, and Americana converge. And the feeling is personal, familiar, and, yes, true.
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