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A Fragile Tomorrow Breaks into BSP



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Barely catching their breath after wrapping up the venue’s doing for last week’s 0+ Festival, BSP Kingston marches on with a new lineup of shows for the fall. One is by pop band A Fragile Tomorrow, who hit the club on Saturday.

A Fragile Tomorrow has some solid Hudson Valley connections. Main members and identical brothers Sean and Dominic Kelly were raised in the region, and group’s fifth studio album, Make Me Over (MPress Records), was mixed by Grammy-winning producer Malcolm Burn at his La Maison Bleue studio in Kingston. The Kelly brothers are cousins of the late Richard Farina, and the new disc features their version of Richard and Mimi Farina’s 1965 classic “One Way Ticket” with guest appearances by Joan Baez and the Indigo Girls.

The band played Tel Aviv in September, and here’s a clip:

A Fragile Tomorrow will perform at BSP Kingston, New York, on October 17 at 9:30pm. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. For more information, call (845) 481-5158 or visit http://bspkingston.com/.

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