Urgent Fundraiser For Church Street School For Music And Art @ City Winery

MANHATTAN, NY—The Church Street School for Music and Art, the only not-for-profit school for the arts in Manhattan south of Canal Street, called on TriBeCa celebrities to assist at a fundraiser at City Winery on Jan. 4, 2017. Sugarland vocalist Jennifer Nettles, Sonic Youth guitarist Lee Ranaldo, actor/author Eric Bogosian, …

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Joseph Arthur @ City Winery

MANHATTAN, NY—Raised in Akron, Ohio, Joseph Arthur began writing and playing music in his early teens, after inheriting an electronic keyboard from his aunt and taking piano lessons. While in high school, at age 16, he played bass in a blues band. Days after graduation in 1990, he moved with …

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Robert Hunter @ City Winery

MANHATTAN, NY—On “Ripple,” Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter sang, “Let there be songs to fill the air,” and so he did at the City Winery where he added a creaky, folksy edge to a catalogue of tunes that have stood the test of time and weathered through the ages like …

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Rodney Crowell @ City Winery

MANHATTAN, NY—Rodney Crowell was born in 1950 in Crosby, Texas, to a poor but musical family. One grandfather was a church choir leader, the other was a bluegrass banjo player, one grandmother played guitar and his father sang semi-professionally. At age 11, Rodney starting playing drums in his father’s hillbilly …

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Colin Blunstone/Edward Rogers @ City Winery

MANHATTAN, NY—The Los Angeles-based Edward Rogers is an Emmy Award-winning composer for television shows including Warehouse 13. The New York-based Edward Rogers, however, is a British-born singer-songwriter with a low-key history in the local music scene. The latter Rogers moved to New York City when he was 12 years …

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Los Lonely Boys @ City Winery

MANHATTAN, NY—The Falcones was a sibling band that played conjunto music in southern Texas during the 1970s and 1980s. After the Falcones split apart, Ringo Garza, Sr. went solo, backed by his three adolescent sons. The family relocated to Nashville in the 1990s, and gradually the sons emerged as a …

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Justin Townes Earle @ City Winery

MANHATTAN, NY—Justin Townes Earle grew up in South Nashville, Tennessee, with his mother, Carol Ann Hunter Earle. His father, alternative country music artist Steve Earle, gave Justin his middle name in honor of his mentor, Townes Van Zandt. Justin’s parents separated when Justin was two years old. Justin entered the …

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David Crosby @ City Winery

MANHATTAN, NY—It was a night of redemptive rock, as David Crosby presented his new album, Croz, on its release date at City Winery, performing the disc in its entirety for the first of a two-set night. Bearing metaphors that rallied around a life lived rather large, on the sea …

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Leon Russell @ City Winery

MANHATTAN, NY—Claude Russell Bridges was born in 1942 in Lawton, Oklahoma, began playing piano at the age of four, and performed at Tulsa nightclubs by age 14. He and his group, The Starlighters, which included the late J.J. Cale, were instrumental in creating the style of music known as the …

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Graham Nash @ City Winery

LOWER MANHATTAN, NY—CSN&Y member Graham Nash dished out the hits and some deep album cuts at a two-set performance at City Winery, taking on a catalogue that goes back to the mid-‘60s. From his first group, The Hollies, to Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and its various configurations, onto the …

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