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Michael Graetzer

Michael Graetzer

Singer Songwriter / rock / Folk New York, NY  US

Shows

  • 2012

    Sep 29

    New York, NY, US | 9:00pm

    9-10 pm only, please arrive at 8:30

  • 2012

    May 19

    New York, NY, US | 8:00pm

    show is from 9-10 pm only, please come early! An intimate performance, this show will be solo acoustic. Original folk/pop with a jazz influence, and a focus on lyrics. Will play "Fire and Rain" by James Taylor if it rains :) ... don't miss the acoustic bossa nova stylings of Tim Nugent at 8pm... not be missed.

  • 2012

    Feb 17

    New York, NY, US | 9:00pm

    9-10 pm only, please arrive before 9. Show features Stefan Baldasseroni on percussion and Dimitri Moderbacher on bass.

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  • Otto Zone (Artist)
    Otto Zone
    Passing through showing some love !!! Hope you're having an awesome weekend Michael !!! Peace and good times...oz
  • Pace Ride (Artist)
    Pace Ride
    Great music!!!Absolutely lovin’ it!!!!

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Sounds Like: James Blunt, James Taylor, Leonard Cohen, Van Morrison (Official), Jason Mraz

Bio: Michael Graetzer is a singer/songwriter offering deep, soul-searching songs and quirky, silly songs, and not much in between. The jazz-influenced “Hey stars” is a conversation with the stars about where his life is going—or not going. “Cigarette Baby” is a sly blues tune about being hooked on a g...See Full Bio

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"Soon," 2002 Nashville Songwriting Association International award winner is a sweet gem of a song. Celio Brandt's jazzy alto sax adds an adult sophistication throughout. Again on "Sakura" (Cherry Blossom), the harmony of alto and tenor horns suggest blooming musical possibilities to come. Songs like "Lifetime to go" and "Soon" exhibit ballad potential and promise that even Whitney Houston might notice. Maybe 1970's Jim Croce should meet 2001's John Mayer (another Berklee alumni). What a world it would be! Just listen to Michael Graetzer's "Lifetime to go." Good song.

— Maya Dreamwalker, To Your Health

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