THE HESH returns to Singer-Songwriter Cape May for his third year!
The Hesh Inc., led by singer, songwriter, and keyboard player Hesh Meister, returns to action with a performance at Retrofest 40—a Tribute to the Great Pop Festivals of 1967 through 1974, a benefit for the Richard M. Brodsky Foundation, on Saturday evening, December 13, 2014, at Woodmere Lanes and Backstage Nite Club, 948 Broadway, Woodmere, New York. The extravaganza features a dozen acts on two stages and begins at 7:00 pm. Performing as part of the act this evening are Hesh’s longtime musical comrade Izzy Kieffer on percussion and well-known local guitarist John Simonelli. Retrofest is a series of benefit concerts, produced by Allan Spielman, for various causes throughout the Long Island region. The Richard M. Brodsky Foundation raises funds for an AIDS cure or vaccine research, to benefit people already living with HIV/AIDS, and to benefit people with brain cancer. For more information, visit http://richardmbrodsky.org.
The Hesh will be performing solo at the grand piano, his second appearance at the annual Singer Songwriter Cape May conference/festival. Doors at 8; The Hesh goes on at 10:30.
Join singer-songwriter HESHY R as he makes his grand NYC solo debut!
Featured performer during the Rockaway Artists Alliance weekly Open Mic. Full set begins 8:30 pm.
Sounds Like: Bruce Springsteen, Peter Himmelman, Warren Zevon
Bio: THE HESH INC., led by singer-songwriter-keyboardist Hesh Meister and assisted by a revolving-door cast of characters, performs songs about exile, redemption, self-actualization, and beach towns in the off season.
After a long, strange trip commencing on the South Shore of Long Island and threadi...See Full Bio
Looking forward to the next phase of the recording project - lead guitar by one of the Shore's greatest.
“Whether this is the time for a rebirth or a crash and burn desolation, Heshy isn’t shy about telling you how he feels on this record, and as I listened through the lyrical and musical content I could see that this wasn’t a project that came about on the fly. The man doesn’t disguise words in arabesque symbolism as much as he gets directly to the points in only a way he could pull off.”