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Heather Kropf - Chrysalis Album Release Heather Kropf - Chrysalis Album Release Full Band concert w/ Special Guest Paul TabachneckSinger-songwriter/producer Heather Kropf has become a fixture on the Pittsburgh live music circuit, honing her craft along the way. She has quietly charmed audiences with her lush, literate blend of jazz-influenced piano-based pop and has turned the heads of music critics and fellow songwriters alike. Tastemakers at WYEP have celebrated her past releases among the top of what Pittsburgh music has to offer in their annual Year in Review publications.In her new release, Chrysalis(released June 17), Heather pushes into new spacious musical territory with Brooklyn-born multi-instrumentalist, composer and co-producer, Jeff Berman (AppalAsia, Blink, Silk Sound). The journey began in 2012 with a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund the recording sessions. From there the co-producers assembled a cast of Pittsburgh musicians, pulling from the jazz, classical, rock, and singer-songwriter communities, to create a resonant chamber for her new material. The result is an exquisite and approachable collection of ten songs that will please longtime fans of her music while suggesting an exciting new direction of where she is heading as an artist.www.heatherkropf.com
singer song writers hit the intimate stage at spike hill. Professional sound system, laid back dimly lit room.
Sounds Like: John Mayer, Richie Havens, Elvis Costello, Freedy Johnston, Cat Stevens
Label: SFS Records, Big City Folk
Bio: Sound matters to Pittsburgh-born singer-songwriter Paul Tabachneck. The precision levels on a soundboard, the right piano fill to compliment a chord structure, the sweet spot between sharp and flat. When it's good, his perfect pitch lets him bliss out on the harmony between rhythm and lead. But w...See Full Bio
New album, "Two People Made This Mess," out now and available everywhere you buy music online!
Ask Paul Tabachneck anything...
Q: Thanks for writing about misophonia - and for writing a song - makes it so accessible to the masses! I'm a songwriter too, so I'd love to hear it. I tried to download it but couldn't. Send the link?
A: Sorry you've had trouble! It's at http://paultab.bandcamp.com/track/misophone-2
Asked by Martie van der Voort. Answered on Tue Sep 16 2014All Questions