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"Yesterday's Moon" CD Release Party 6:00 p.m. – Doors open, free pizza, root beer, etc. Also, no-host bar (21 years and older) 6:15-7:00 p.m. – Open mic 7:00-8:00 p.m. – Special musical guests perform 8:00 p.m. – Full band and I will perform entire “Yesterday’s Moon” live 9:30 p.m. – Free ice cream and cookies
I will be playing music from both of my CDs as well as a few covers.
Join us for a night of wine, cheese and great music. Great local musician Dan Gindling will be playing, as well as Andrew Zap out of Brooklyn.
Line up: 7:30- Kyle Sweeney 8:00- Dan Gindling 8:30- Jacobo Mendoza 9:00- Sub-Niche
We will be playing at the Starbucks stage
Bio: I started writing music a year after my wife died in 2008 (after a 21 year hiatus) using the process as therapy. My songs talk about love, life, death and living to the fullest. No regrets. Not all of my music is serious, though. Life is way too short to not have fun and laugh along the way. Musi...See Full Bio
Dan Gindling has a show on 02/07/2015 at 06:00 PM @ Queen Bee's in San Diego, CA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5k5nxc #concert
“San Diegan Dan Gindling says he started writing the songs for his CD Fingerprints a year after his wife’s 2008 passing, as a sort of therapy. Citing Springsteen, Jason Mraz, and Jackson Browne among his influences, his laid back, mostly acoustic songs are mellow, friendly glimpses into his life experiences. On the disc, Gindling doesn’t shoot for the moon, try to redefine roots music, or become the next Dylan; rather, the listener gets to know Dan Gindling and his often sad, sometimes quirky world better for having taken the time to listen. Musically these are simple folk-style songs with plenty of warm harmonies, banjo, and wood guitar strumming, harp, violin, organ, and even some sax recorded nicely with Gindling’s gravelly voice fitting neatly into the lead vocal slot. Several of the 11 songs relate to his loss, others to a more recent relationship...”