Welcome to

The Eighth Step

...since 1967, the finest contemporary & traditional folk/acoustic music


       

       

     









CALENDAR

2017-18

Celebrating 50 Years!





    Fr Feb 23..JOE CROOKSTON

   

    Fr Mar 2..JOE JENCKS         

        & SI KAHN - CD Release


    Sa Mar 3... SLAMBOVIAN

        CIRCUS OF DREAMS


    Sa Mar 24... J P CORMIER


    Fr Apr 27...Solidarity!

        CHARLIE KING, MAGPIE

        & GEORGE MANN


    Su Apr 29...JOHN GORKA

        CD Release

        Guest: Amilia K Spicer


    Th May 3...TOM RUSSELL

        CD Release


    Sa May 5...JAMCRACKERS


    Sa May 12...REGGIE HARRIS

        CD Release w/ Guests TBA


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   The Eighth Step /

   8th Step at Proctors

    432 State Street

    Schenectady, NY  12305

    www.8thstep.org

    Tix/Info: 518-434-1703

 

    Margie Rosenkranz, Dir.       

    eighthstep@aol.com

    eighthstep@aol.com

    Volunteer Coordinator:

    Kathleen O’Connor

    olaz@verizon.net


    Membership: Ed Guider

    midline911@aol.com


  Social Media: Steve Kozlowski

   stevemarkkozlowski

        @gmail.com

  







 
 

Please support our amazing sponsors:

 
 

GE Match

 
 
 

   Media Well Done

Fri Feb 23 - 7:30 pm, Underground


JOE CROOKSTON in concert

Stomping loud in minor keys and story songs & jubilee


“Beyond good”    SING OUT!

                         

                                                         





       


        more info...

Fri Mar 2 - 7:30 pm, Underground


JOE JENCKS & SI KAHN

Jenks’ CD Release:

The Forgotten (Songs of

Si Kahn)


“In a world rife with many talented

songwriters, Si Kahn stands alone”   

            BLUEGRASS NEWS

                 

                                                 

         more info...



   

 
Open_Mic.html


     

 


      

 

Sat Mar 3 - 7:30 pm, GE Theatre


SLAMBOVIAN CIRCUS

OF DREAMS


“Songs imbued with mystical

stirrings and idealism… they take

the stage by storm!”     

                  NEW YORK TIMES

                                                                   


         more info...

Photo: Dan Tappan