Pleased to be back at the Hopkins Vineyard. Wine, cheese, poetry, views, and great music. Plus an all Gershwin program. Who could ask for anything more?
This is a cabaret! I will be performing alongside many other talented performers.
Nick Moran on Guitar with Brad Whiteley and Chris Benham on Drums http://www.nickmoranmusic.com/home/index.php Sets at 7:30, 9:30, & 11:30pm.
The Nick Moran Trio with Nick Moran on Guitar, Brad Whiteley on Bass and Chris Benham on Drums http://www.nickmoranmusic.com/home/index.php Sets at 8:15* (Dinner seats at 7:15) & 11:00pm* (Dinner seats at 10:00pm). *Reservations for the jazz will be taken for customers who purchase the $70 p/person Music and Prix Fixe Dinner Package. Customers are welcome to pay the $25 cover at the door and order Alla Carte, however, space will be very limited. Happy New Year from Bar Next Door!
NYC artist Nick Moran “delivers a breath of fresh air to the music scene with a mix of old school blues/funk sounds mixed with his soulful/crisp vocals.”
(review from www.unnomdeguerre.com)
Inspired by legends like Sam Cooke, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles and James Brown, “Moran funnels those influ...See Full Bio
Nick Moran has a show on 09/07/2014 at 01:30 PM @ Hopkins Vineyard in New Preston, CT http://www.reverbnation.com/q/51yftg #concert
“When you listen to Nick Moran’s debut single, “Who We Are” it’s hard to believe that it’s only his debut and that he’s not yet commanding the adoration of tens of thousands. Because he sings his jazzy pop songs with such surety and command that it effectively stamps out all the unsurety you might have when approaching a new artist. And on “Who We Are”, that beautiful sound comes out light and bouncy before Moran’s delightfully upbeat vocals break the bounce in a really ear-catching timbre. The melody comes out in full force on the bridge and it’s a challenge not to get up and dance with the song, before the volume takes a step back to the light and bouncy vibe. It reminds me, in one sentence, of butterflies fluttering in Central Park on a summer afternoon. ”