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CLIFTON PARK — A collection of the brightest young talent from the Capital District’s music scene is to perform at The Upstate Concert Hall on Friday, April 13, at 8 p.m.
Former The Voice contestant Moriah Formica headlines a bill that also includes Sydney Worthley and Katie Louise.
Formica dazzled a national television audience and made recording artist Miley Cyrus “nervous” for her own career while performing on NBC’s “The Voice.” She released an original EP last year and is currently a student at Shaker High School.
Worthley is a solo artist who blends elements of pop, country, rock and folk. She dropped her 14-track CD “Strong” last September and is scheduled to perform at Mountain Jam in Hunter this June.
Katie Louise is a singer and songwriter who is making a run through the area music scene. The Saratoga County native is classically trained on the piano. She’s slated to follow this show with a performace at Legion Bar in Brooklyn next month.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door.
For more information visit www.upstateconcerthall.com.
The Upstate Concert Hall is located at 1208 Rte. 146 in Clifton Park.
ALBANY — The Albany Empire will be kicking off their inaugural season at the Times Union Center with a pregame block party on Saturday, April 14 from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
That block party will include various stands and promotions, as well as live music by the band The Audiostars. Former Albany Firebirds player “Touchdown” Eddie Brown will also have his number retired at the block party after being inducted into the AFL Hall of Fame.
This event is free and open to the public.
For more information visit www.thealbanyempire.com.
The Times Union Center is located at 51 S Pearl St. in Albany.