Saturday, November 17 at 8 PM, please join host Dave Kearney for “Showcase” with his guests The Mead Mountain Resonators and Marc Delgado. $10 at the door or on eventbrite.com. The maximum seating is 45. BYOB or select from a range of snacks and soft drinks at Ozubar.
About The Mead Mountain Resonators
The Mead Mountain Resonators are a brand new contemporary string band formed by multi-instrumentalists Conor Wenk (resonator, banjo, mandolin, guitar and vocals), and Dan McCabe (Guitar, Drums, and Vocals).
Playing a variety of musical styles, MMR embraces the richness of genres from mo-town to bluegrass yet push the envelope into rhythmic and modal complexity. Nostalgia has never felt more relevant with this dynamic couple of young musicians.
About Marc Delgado
Marc Delgado is a traveling Solo performer. His songs are eclectic & unexpected & portray characters trying to make sense of The American Landscape. Delgado also writes, sings & records with Alt-Rock/Americana group Wounded Knee.
Their last record: High in a Neon Dive is a spiraling tour through the seedy motels & dive bars of central California where Delgado grew up.
He is currently @ work on his newest effort: Wildwood Road. Marc lives with his wife Melanie & their daughter Mary Scout in Woodstock, NY.
About Dave Kearney
Songwriting became a beacon for me when I heard my first Hank Williams recording as a child. I started following the call of that muse right about the time I encountered my first recordings of Mickey Newbury and Roger Miller. I cut my teeth in the Chicago music scene of the 60’s, lived and pitched songs in Nashville, and played amongst legends in Woodstock, NY where I now live. I’ve followed the footsteps of my influences: Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark and Malcolm Holcombe. I’ve actually met and been encouraged by Guy, and been lucky enough to have made a lifelong friend in Malcolm. I’ve played and sung my songs in every state south of the Canadian border and east of the Mississippi River. Now, after all these years, I’m still on that journey, guitar in hand and heart to the wind; mining my life and the life I see around me, always listening for the next song. I don’t suppose this love affair will end until I run out of road, and who knows for sure- maybe not even then.
Since moving to the New York area, I have shared the bill with Mary Gauthier, John Hall, Malcolm Holcombe, Tom Rush, Garnet Rogers, Tom Pacheco, and others…
Discography: Ghost Tracks/ independent, 2011
The Waiting Game/ independent, 2014