Roberto and Kathryn / Blog

Old and New Gigs + News!

Since last we posted so many great things have happened: shared the bill on two gigs (Aug & Sept) with our good friend Junko Ogawa; began the 1st Sunday of the Month Jazz Brunch at Bestseller's Cafe in Medford, MA; launched our new album, Lullabye, in January; played the Napoleon Room at Club Cafe in downtown Boston as part of a showcase highlighting the Top 10 Cabaret Acts in Boston for Cabaret Scenes magazine; performed our first online concert in March through Concert Window (next one is April 16th!); and was chosen for Live at Center Stage (date sometime in May) through Reverbnation! What a great year!

New "Official" facebook page!

Check it out when you get the chance. . .


The Iridium (Broadway at 51st)

Had a ball listening and performing at the Iridium last Sunday for a One Fund Boston Benefit put together by Scott Barbarino and Terese Genecco. High points came from the fantastic Barry Levitt Trio (Barry Levitt, Jon Burr, and Alvester C. Garnett). . . each of them fantastic and together amazing. Hope everyone they backed realized the gift they were receiving! We'll be back for a night of our own Tuesday, October 15th.

ROM Rocks!!!

Participating at the Roslindlale Open Mic last night was a total joy. Not only do you have incredibly generous and thoughtful hosting; but you also have the best PA/Sound Engineers in the area and an incredibly knowledgable and appreciative audience. We have rarely if ever felt more at home or "heard". Thank you to the 30 or so folks who came to perform (beautifully and sincerely in all cases) and to listen. What generous spirits!

Peace - Roberto and Kathryn

Two Faces of Love II Jazz and Art Happening

Thanks to all who came to our concert yesterday. . . we had a ball. Here's a quote from a fan in last night's audience:

". . .your concert was terrific, original and exciting and we especially loved the variety -- ukulele and shaped guitars, spoken words and potato castanets, original arrangements and gorgeous duds and of course, beautiful sounds " - Peggy G.

See you on March 17th at the Newton Free Library!