Brian Fallon, who has been presenting “Live From Home” streams throughout the pandemic, is taking a different approach for his next one, Feb 18. He’ll do it from the stage of Crossroads in Garwood, the club that has represented a kind of home away from home for him since 2014. He’s presented 20 shows there over that time, performing for far smaller audiences than he is accustomed to.
Stream tickets are $25 and are available through Eventbrite. Some of the stream and merchandise proceeds will go to the club, which is currently open and presenting shows for socially distanced audiences. (There will be no audience for Fallon, though.)
The stream will become available at 8 p.m. Feb. 18 and be available for re-streaming until 8 p.m. Feb. 21.
Fallon is best known as the frontman of The Gaslight Anthem, though his last album, 2020’s Local Honey, was a solo effort. He and his current backing band the Howling Weather are scheduled to perform at Town Hall in New York on May 1, at Webster Hall in New York on May 2, and at the Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank on June 15 and 16, though it is obviously uncertain at this point if these shows will take place on those dates or be postponed (again).
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