Folk / Folk Rock / Indie Pop
are in the air...
Snow is falling
(somewhere other than here)...
Friends are calling yoooohooo....
AND it's early enough in the season that I hope you are not too over stretched
by social engagements to come and join me for a fun night of music at The Burren
in Somerville. Sunday nights they have a great songwriter series and I had a great
time the last time I came down! Here's the skinny:
Where: The Burren (247 Elm St. Somerville, MA 02144)
Doors open at
Connor Garvey (that's me!)
10:30 Tom Bianchi (he is the host and an incredible one at that...worth staying
I love playing in Boston and needed one more show in 2012!
I hope you can make it AND
as a special incentive to try and get new people to the shows if you bring two friends
who don't know my music already I'll give you a free CD which could make a nice
little christmas gift...and you'd be happy to know that you are helping to grow
my musical base which is a great gift to me!!!
Thank you for the awesome support and I hope to see you tomorrow night!!
"Connor Garvey is not only a consummate performer - he is a refreshingly unique
songwriter. You could consider his songwriting talent with Instragram in mind
as for three minutes or so, you look at the world through his lenses - and hope,
courage and life’s daily surprises are regular themes. Recommended." MarySue
Twohy, SiriusXM The Village
"The songs of Connor Garvey have that rare and
balanced blend of refreshing lyric, inventive guitar work, and mesmerizing grooves,
all powered by his clear and agile singing voice. Ranging from funky to sensitive,
serious to playful, they convey the kind of inspiration found in a reverent pursuer
of life's depths and joys. Wether it's hearing him live on stage or on one of his
recordings I'm always uplifted and amazed." Chris Cunningham, Storyhill
& Basecamp Recording
"STOP AND LISTEN! What Connor Garvey hears, and
what he plays, is worth your time... he'll get you to listen for the sound of the
pulses all around you.
Garvey is something like a cross between Paul Simon and Rufus Wainwright, with a
bounce and a smile, but also every now and then a wry turn that makes you pick your
head up." Sam Pfiefle, The Portland Phoenix
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