As part of the month long Junebug Artfest in Metuchen, NJ I will be playing from 6:30 - 8 PM at Hailey's Harp and Pub. So looking forward to playing a new place and Junebug is so fun you have got to come check out Metuchen for this event. It is a fun family environment - All Ages! 21 to drink. www.michaelglazier.com
I will be playing a really cool event in Metuchen as a fundraiser for the Art's Council. Private message me or email if you want to know more specifics. Here are the general details. I will be playing in one of several gardens and most likely earlier in the 11 AM-2-ish range. www.michaelglazier.com METUCHEN’S ART IN THE GARDEN TOUR SET FOR JUNE 14TH The Metuchen Arts Council is pleased to announce that the second annual Art in the Garden Tour will be held on Saturday, June 14th, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. During the self-guided tour, visitors can enjoy live music, poetry, visual art and some extraordinary local gardens at the peak of early summer bloom. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $20 at the following Metuchen location: Marafiki Fair Trade; The Brass Lantern; Metuchen Savings Bank; Gardenias Floral; Boro ACE Hardware; and the Metuchen Recreation Office at Borough Hall. On the June 14th, the day of the event, tickets for the Art in the Garden Tour will be on sale for $25 at the historic Old Franklin Schoolhouse, located at 491 Middlesex Avenue in Metuchen, where the tour will begin at 11:00 a.m. The Metuchen Garden Club will be on hand at the Schoolhouse selling their garden inspired wares. The Art in the Garden Tour is sponsored by Boro ACE Hardware with generous support from the Borough Improvement League and the Metuchen Garden Club. All proceeds from this event will benefit arts events sponsored by the Metuchen Arts Council. For more information, contact Nancy Goldberg at (732) 632-8502 or email@example.com.
Gigs don't get sweeter than this. Playing at 2 Chicks with Chocolate an artisan chocolate and coffee shop to lead off the June Bug Artfest in Metuchen NJ (The Brainy Borough!) http://www.junebugartfest.com I am scheduled to play from 6:30 pm - 8 pm maybe I can stretch it longer! Would love to see you there. The whole town fills up with artists, painters, sculptors and musicians each Friday night in June. So fun! I will be playing an eclectic mix of my heartfelt original songs and praline coated cover songs. So excited to be invited back to the Junebug Artfest! www.michaelglazier.com Check in for more shows and sign up for my mailing list!
First show since June! I am so psyched to come back to this cool venue. Great Mexican food and Cofeehouse in a great little town. All ages and free! I will be playing from 6- about 9 pm and will yield the stage for some time between 7 and 8 for effervescent Emmy award winner Robert Agnello to take the stage. more details to follow. www.michaelglazier.com
Wrapping Up the Junebug Artfest at What's The Scoop? I will be playing my usual eclectic mix of original songs and cover songs. I start at 8:00 pm but there are Junebug activities all over town starting at 6:00 pm Check out What's The Scoop. Over 150 flavors of Ice Cream, delicious brick oven pizza, and hotdogs. I am very excited to be asked back to play at the Junebug Artfest. They liked my first performance so much that they have brought me back! www.michaelglazier.com
Sounds Like: Matt Nathanson, The Alarm, Goo Goo Dolls, INXS, Counting Crows
Bio: Welcome back to me. We all take a lot of twists and turns. Mine have taken me away from the music that I love, all the while it has been just within reach if I just opened up my heart, voice, ears, and hands and let it come flowing out. I have been an audio engineer/producer making records, doing...See Full Bio
“He’s a guy with his guitar—bringing Katy Perry’s “Firework” and Madonna’s “Get Into The Groove” to tavern and coffee house performances. Michael Glazier, 46, is a singer-songwriter from Basking Ridge, NJ. The primarily self-taught musician is immersed in sound all day. His day job as an audio engineer working in television has given him the unique opportunity to mix for acts performing on ABC’s The View, where he made his own television debut during the Backstage Talent Show. Glazier’s repertoire is all about the impact of pure sound. “Since I deal with technology all day, I tend to like the raw organic nature of a voice and an acoustic guitar—just wire, wood, a microphone and some stories,” he says. Influenced by a plethora of acts, including U2, The Police, INXS, Joe Jackson, Soundgarden and Nine Inch Nails, Glazier often draws inspiration to write lyrics for his own songs by tapping emotion from relationships, family and how we relate to one another. Catch”