3 hours of covers, originals, and storytelling. Come on by if you're local and enjoy the NYC wintertime stylee.
I'll be doing the human jukebox thing at Langan's in NYC! Come on by if you're local for some awesome food, drinks, and music from yours truly. I'll be playing all sorts of covers as well as maybe an original or two thrown in.
3 hours of acoustic madness. Come celebrate BLACK FRIDAY at the WHITE HOUSE!! See what I did there? eh?? I do a set, Berto does a set, and then I do ANOTHER set to finish out the night. Cheap drinks, good friends, and good music. Come on down!
I'll be doing my 3-hour thing, comprised of all sorts of covers and original tunes. I've got a whole bunch of new tricks up my sleeve, song-wise, so come on down and have yourself a time.
Todd Mihan and I will be performing an hour set of an eclectic mix of covers and originals. Come by for some great food, music from yours truly, and the brisk bite of a cool autumn day. Oyster Fest, 31 years running!
Sounds Like: Jeff Buckley, Incubus, Glen Hansard, Queens of the Stone Age, Liam Finn
Mike Hamel is a singer/songwriter with a bit of a different approach.
"Usually the term singer - songwriter takes on a folk ideal - very laid back and flowery. But my music is so much more than that," he explains. "It's visceral, it's energetic, it's passionate..."
Based out of Beacon...See Full Bio
“What's the hardest part of being an independent artist? The hardest part for me is sheer economics. It's really hard to stay afloat financially while pouring everything you have of your heart, soul, and wallet into a project. The casual music enthusiast tends to overlook how much is really needed to get the music they're listening to into their iPod/phone/whatever. Because the gigs and merch sales only pay so much, this usually means having to take on a day job, full-time or otherwise, and that just taxes your energy and body even more. It's sad to say that finances have such a big effect on the artistry, but it's a butterfly effect. The other side of the coin on this issue is that publicizing yourself has become easier than ever. With social media being as big as it is, you can reach a huge amount of people pretty easily. It all comes down to heart and drive. If you have those two, you can overcome any obstacle life throws at you.”
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