Raised in Brooklyn, NY by a musically gifted family, Alexis P. Suter was infused with the passion and the belief that music is to be an emotional and spiritual experience. Miss Suter brings abundant love and energy into each of her performances. At an Alexis P. Suter Band show, the audiences dance and sing along to rollicking roots songs or funky blues numbers; then a few songs later are wiping tears stirred by an awe-inspiring version of “Let it Be” or other songs that touch deeply. Alexis and her band are not just another musical act, but an energetic and emotional experience that fans return to time after time. Critics struggle to find words to describe her smooth, deep voice and unique style. Elmore Magazine summarized it well, “Suter is as fascinating to watch as to hear. A stunning, ample woman with the face of a cherubic African queen, her molasses contralto can whisper and purr, then swell into a pulsating wave of sound that radiates from the depths of her being”.
Alexis and her core band, fellow Brooklyn natives Raymond Grappone (drummer) and Vicki Bell, (vocals and percussion) have been making music together for nearly twenty years. Grappone and Bell own and operate the Hipbone Records label. They met Alexis soon after Alexis signed with Epic/Sony Records Japan in the 1990’s. At the time, Alexis was performing House Music, Funk and R&B. Impressed with her incredible and unique talent, Grappone and Bell invited her to record vocals on a Hipbone project. A life-long collaboration ensued which culminated in the Alexis P. Suter Band. Recently, accomplished musician and fellow Brooklyn native, Michael Louis joined the band as lead guitarist. This was the magical combination of talents needed to open musical doors and lift the band to new musical levels. The band is bringing a fresh sound to their catalog and exploring new songs and musical genres. They are selling out venues, receiving rave reviews, and filling their calendar with national and international performances. Their 2019 tour included dates at venues and festivals on both the East and West Coasts, including a five-day stint at the acclaimed Big Blues Bender in Las Vegas as well as Canada, where they were met with nightly standing ovations and hundreds of new fans eager for their return. It is an exciting time for the band as they spread their musical wings and fly.
COVID-19 Guidelines: In order to offer our patrons the safest and most enjoyable experience possible, social distance policies will be in effect through the 2021 season. All guests must wear their masks when out of their seats. In order to be served alcohol, guests will be required to purchase food from the food truck on premises. No food or drink from outside the venue is allowed. Food/ drink will open before the show in staggered intervals depending on patron’s ticket type, please arrive at the time indicated below.
(All outdoor events are rain or shine; no refunds)
$25 – Table Seating: Tables and chairs socially distanced 6-feet from surrounding tables. Guests are offered table service and may order from our full bar menu once they’ve ordered from food truck.
$18 – The Foundry Green (General Admission): Sit socially distanced out on our lawn. Guests sitting on the green are welcome to bring their own chairs and/or blankets and may order canned beer and wine after they’ve ordered from food truck.
Seating/ Bar/ Food Truck Open: 5PM for Table Seating – 6PM for The Foundry Green (General Admission).