I am performing as part of Chick Singer Night at The Bitter End which is New York City's Oldest Rock Club. Established in 1961, The Bitter End is the oldest rock and roll club in New York City. The classic red brick stage backdrop and intimate vibe make this historic venue almost as iconic as its headliners. For over 50 years, our audiences have been blown away by legendary artists like Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan, Lady Gaga, Jackson Browne, Neil Diamond, Gavin DeGraw, Woody Allen, Jon Stewart, Randy Newman, Billy Crystal, Tommy James, Norah Jones, Donnie Hathaway, Curtis Mayfield, and thousands more. The Bitter End is located in the heart of Greenwich Village. This is a great venue and opportunity for Female Singer Songwriters.
“Next up was Freefall again, with Carine Ulano Firestone on vocals and Michael Parmigiani on guitar. Carine has a very strong vocal presence, with a similiarity at times to Grace Slick and other times with a penetrating Axel Rose like style. "Life ain't always easy but its a beautiful ride" she sang, next up was an old favorite "Leaving on a Jet Plane" By Peter Paul and Mary, as listeners in the bar swayed back and forth to the music. Another oldie was "Father and Son" by Cat Stevens, which she carried out quite eloquently. She then shared an original song of hers called "From the Ashes" about how when everything in your life burns down to the ground, you rebuild again, which in this post-Hurricane time was quite applicable. The guitar licks had a similiarity to the style of Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge.”