The Workmans Club presents Simone Felice

Date: 28 Oct 2015
Time: 8pm
Ticket Price: €18 BUY TICKET

The Workman’s Club presents


Wednesday, October 28th

The Workman’s Club


Simone Felice Announces New Release

‘From the Violent Banks of the Kaaterskill’

Double Live Album To Be Released Sept 18, 2015


‘From the Violent Banks of the Kaaterskill’ showcases selected works from Simone’s extensive and breathtaking catalogue. This collection will be released on Felice’s newly launched label Mighty Hudson Records / Warner Music Australia and truly captures Simone’s rare gift as a songsmith, poet and visionary.

Simone Felice is a founding member of internationally acclaimed Catskill Mountain based artists The Felice Brothers, whose seminal self-titled album remains one of the most influential works of this century’s indie-folk revival.  In 2010 Simone underwent emergency open-heart surgery to halt the degenerative effects of a childhood fever. It was this dance with death – coupled with a need to tell his own story – which prompted him to walk the solo path.

This special anthology is vivid proof that Felice’s rabid cult following is sure to grow into the stuff of legend. ‘From the Violent Banks of the Kaaterskill’ includes raw ballads of squandered grace and dereliction, songs of transient lust and whispered hopes at last light, all delivered with a haunting urgency that speak directly to the wilderness we all possess within.

For more info on Mighty Hudson’s latest projects, including Simone Felice at the producer’s helm for The Lumineers highly anticipated sophomore release, visit:

‘From the Violent Banks of the Kaaterskill’ tracklisting:

Disc 1

Bye Bye Palenville

Don’t Wake The Scarecrow

One Night Stands

Radio Song

Dawn Brady’s Son

Your Belly In My Arms


If You Go To LA

Water Spider


The Gallows

Country Of Echoes


Disc 2

New York Times

Running Through My Head

You & I Belong

The Devil Is Real

The Morning I Get To Hell

Hey Bobby Ray

One More American Song

Union Street

Splendor In The Grass

If You Ever Get Famous

War Movie

Wish You Were Here