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The John Street Jam is the most talked-about music venue in the Hudson Valley. On the 2nd Saturday of every month we present 8 of the area’s best musicians in an intimate, living-room setting. We do two 'rounds' of four players each with an intermission. The room is cozy, the people friendly, and the performances are always top-notch. Musical styles range from folk to blues, from rock to ragtime. And it's all only $5! The "stage" is a big, comfortable rug in the middle of the room with four chairs arranged in a circle. The audience is seated around the outside and is never more than a few feet from the musicians.
"Dark Songs / The Edgar Allan Polka" is a "killer" week-long songwriting event that culminates in a 2-night Halloween costume-party extravaganza!
First night of performances of Dark Songs!!
Come out and hear us in one of NY's best listening rooms. This is the newest stage in the Rockwood Music Hall venue and it's a fantastic intimate concert venue!
This will be my fifth year participating Steel Bridge Song Fest which has become a life changing event for me and turned Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin into a second home! The scoop: Songwriters and performers come from all corners of the world for a week of songwriter culminating in four days of multi-venue performances all dedicated to promoting and preserving the historical significance of Sturgeon Bay’s Michigan Street Bridge. I'll be posting more details about the specific venues and performers as the event draws near.
Label: Trapdoor Music
Bio: Common wisdom in the entertainment business dictates if you can't describe it in two sentences, go back and refine your pitch. However, those well traveled in the business know that in truth, it's the ones that you can't describe easily that are the true and lasting artists.
Seattle-based singer...See Full Bio
Heading to "Dark Songs" in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin to write....well yes, you guessed it: dark songs. Shows on Oct 27 and 28 (see calendar)
““Forget all that compared to this and that stuff, Wittgens is her own voice and it’s one you’ll be glad to hear. Hot stuff from a newcomer that’s sure to be around for a while.””