I'm playing for the non-profit organization Nivasa at their annual fund raiser. Come for great food, awesome music, and support a fantastic cause.
Bring drinks and we will give you the good times. Ray and I will do you right. Yeah. I said it.
This will be the best ever concert at the Lily Pad!! Starring Ray, me, and YOU!!! What?!? That's right YOU!!! You have a chance to get up on stage and play. All right. Calm down. As many of you know, I have an album coming out next May (on which Ray plays guitar). To celebrate, we're throwing a concert. Both Ray and I will each perform a 45 minute set starting at 7:00 pm. THEN we are opening the floor to you. You. We want you to come up and play a few songs for us. Instrumental music, original compositions, covers...really anything! For an hour and half it will be an open mic. This is my way of thanking you guys for all of the support you have given me. Now let me support you!!! We do have some rules: Maximum 3 songs per person/act. This is a pretty chill venue so nothing too loud. Acoustic stuff is great. Oh, and payment = food. Bring food and drinks!! If everyone brings one thing we should all be well fed! Performances already include: Danielle Burkinshaw Cassie Lees Carolyn Darcy Sarah Delude Erica Cloutier Thanks again everybody for all of the support. You've been awesome. Now get to practicing!!
Sounds Like: Charlotte Martin, Tori Amos, Kate Bush, Patrick Wolf, Emilie Autumn
Bio: Ted Hu grew up in North Andover, Massachusetts. Born into a traditional Chinese family, he was forced to learn an instrument, as all good Chinese children are. His sentence, the piano. From the age of 5 he began studying classical piano and by the age of 12 had placed 4th in the Massachusetts ...See Full Bio
In case you guys missed it, check out this review of my album: http://www.caboom-sass.com/2012/06/path-to-war-by-ted-hu-track-by-track.html
“I kept writing and liking everything that was coming out, but I wanted to stay impartial and not become an artist who thinks every song is gold. So I let them marinate for a year, but they kept coming back. Then I knew it was time to give Zippah a call again. Wolves, Foxes, and Cranes was a collection of songs and stories that I picked from my repertoire. Basically it was a chronicling of six years of my life and there are certain songs that were left out. Path to War was also a collection of stories, but these stories set out to tell you something as a collective. This album was built to house them. No extras. This was brand new to me.”