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Art of Business: Savoring Memories, Making New Ones

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Last Updated: 11/03/2016 9:36 am
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RAFAEL QUIRINDONGO
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Savoring Memories, Making New Ones

Over the past decade, the Falcon in Marlboro has forged a reputation for drawing top-tier talent thanks to excellent acoustics, Tony Falco's warm hospitality, and the love shown by audiences at the donation box (there's never a cover charge.) Now, the club has thrown open its Falcon Underground Taproom/Beer Garden, a second performance space integrating the scenic glory of the Marlboro Falls  Along with local eats and libations, visitors can feast on musical history: the Avalon Archives Museum of Roots and Rock'n'Roll, which had been in need of a new home. "It has more of a nightclub feel," owner Tony Falco says of the new space. "And the museum is amazing: we have a Dylan guitar, a Jorma guitar, an amp from The Last Waltz, a bass that was played at Woodstock. So much music history has happened around the Hudson Valley. So many icons." Stop by for a craft beverage and a Wednesday night singer/songwriter session.

Liveatthefalcon.com

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