Performance series featuring Capital District musicians will encourage listeners to donate to Feed Albany
ALBANY — Window Sessions, the first performance series presented and hosted by Lark Hall, launches tonight with a performance by The Wheel.
The series will also serve as a fundraiser for Feed Albany.
“As every venue and theater has had to identify ways to recalibrate, as a new venue, we decided that this would be a great way to introduce our space to musicians and artists,” said Justin Miller, co-owner.
“Through Window Sessions, we’re able to support not just a great cause in that of Feed Albany, but to add some much-needed vibrancy back to Lark Street,” said Jennifer Miller, co-owner.
The performance series will simulcast performances to YouTube and Lark Hall’s social media channels. The music will also be shared with the neighboring community as it is pumped through the venue’s historical windows.
In compliance with state guidance regarding entertainment, only the musicians and essential personnel will be allowed. On-street listeners at the corner of Hudson Avenue and Lark Street may listen, so long as they are social distancing and not impeding upon sidewalk right-of-way.
The Wheel is a five-piece rock-n-roll band covering mostly music of the Grateful Dead. Founded in 2010 by Andy Morse looking to play to his roots of years chasing the Grateful Dead and current incarnations around, he formed The Wheel. More information about The Wheel can be found at TheWheelBand.com.
Viewers and listeners can visit Lark Hall on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube for the feed starting at 5 p.m. Additional performances will be listed on social media. To donate to Feed Albany, visit feedalbany.com.
Located in the heart of Albany’s Lark Street neighborhood, Lark Hall is a multi-use performing arts and community-oriented venue. Owned and operated by Justin and Jennifer Miller, Lark Hall provides an unparalleled live music and performance experience for both fans and artists alike. larkhallalbany.com.