The Eighth Step first opened their doors as a coffee house by Albany’s Washington Park in the midst of political and social unrest in 1967. For fifty years they have provided the Capital Region with a range of acoustic performances from jazz and folk to Celtic traditionals and protest anthems that feel just as relevant a half century later. Tonight at 7:30PM, come celebrate this monumental birthday and last show of the season with Emma’s Revolution at Eighth Step at Proctors as they celebrate their album release, Revolution Now. The award-winning duo will be joined by their all-star band with John R. Burr on the keyboard and David Rokeath at the drumkit. The inspirational and heartfelt songs you will hear off of Revolution Now are an eclectic mix of genre styles that cover issues such as the Black Lives Matter movement, reproductive justice and the use of drones.