Tenbrooks Molly Plays Summer Music Series

Tenbrooks Molly (photo provided)

Free concert on Cold Spring riverfront July 19

The Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce’s Summer Sunset Music Series at the village’s riverfront bandstand continues on Sunday, July 19, from 6 to 8 p.m., with Tenbrooks Molly.

Tenbrooks Molly (photo provided)

Tenbrooks Molly (photo provided)

Tenbrooks Molly is a traditional country band that plays the music of Bakersfield, the Golden Age of Nashville, the Louisiana Hayride and 1970s California. The band, under the leadership of Sal Califano, has been performing since the ’80s when they were an integral part of the New York country music explosion. They gained popularity playing the many venues in the tristate area and were once house band at the Cimmaron Ranch in Putnam Valley during the days when real rodeo events were popular there, along with real cowboys.

The band presently consists of Califano (lead guitar and vocals) and Paulette Califano (vocals and guitar), who have played music together for over 30 years. They are joined by their son Tommy Califano (bass) and longtime member Thom Johnson (drums).

The chamber encourages residents and visitors to visit local shops and cafés before the concerts. For information about the Summer Sunset Music Series, visit explorecoldspringny.com or via the chamber’s Facebook page.


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