Moxy Früvous will appear in Hillsdale, NY on Saturday, July 27 and Sunday, July 28 for the Falcon Ridge Festival.
From the newsgroup:
On Saturday, July 27, Moxy will be playing a workshop called "Funny Tunes" on the Workshop Stage from 4:15 to 5:00. Their set is on the Main Stage from 6:30 to 7:20. On Sunday, they play a workshop called "Something Inside So Strong" on the Main Stage, from 6:00 to 7:00.
DIRECTIONS: I-90 East from Albany to Taconic
State Parkway South. Exit at Route 23 East. Route 23 goes directly
From the South, try I-87 to Route 23 East.
(Directions taken from alt.music.moxy-fruvous)
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First time at the Falcon Ridge for this Toronto based foursome. They have
2 albums on Warner Music Canada, BARGAINVILLE and WOOD. Their music is
sprawling, complex, rousing and joyful, full of disparate influences and
four part harmony to die for. Fruvous was born when four former high
school chums took over a Toronto street corner with their wildly theatrical
vocal-based street performance. They did it for fun having come from backgrounds
in musical theatre, funk bands and folk. They say the style was born out of
laziness: "We wanted a gig with no amps to carry so we learned to sing the
whole works". Sing they did and a following began flocking to the corner
to hear their musical theatre style satirizations of current events. They
have since moved to real stages with amps, lights and big crowds. They have
a new EP and are working on their third album. Moxy Fruvous is Michael Ford, vocals,
acoustic guitar, and harmonia, Jean Ghomeshi, vocals, piano, guitars, and percussion,
Murray Foster, vocals, bas and guitars, and David Matheson, vocals, banjo, accordion