Saturday, June 15, 8 PM at Green Kill, host Marc Delgado presents James Hearne and Eric Squindo at Showcase. Tickets are 10 dollars at the door or they may be reserved on eventbrite.com. BYOB, Soft drinks and snacks availabe at Ozubar. Seating limited to 45.
About Marc Delgado
Marc Delgado walked into a used bookstore
and bought Naked Lunch and
The Dollmaker’s Ghost.
He lived out of the corner
room of The London Motel.
He met Melanie
and moved across the country.
They got married
Mary Scout was born.
He plays a lot of songs.
He hosts Showcase.
About James Hearne
James cut his teeth in the Philadelphia indie rock scene, touring the Northeast as frontman to bands like The Sobriquets and The Way Home before packing his life, wife, and bulldog, and heading off into the woods and mountains of the Hudson Valley. His debut LP, “Through Private Wars”, covers the well-worn path of a true rock journeyman – including endless miles of traveling, loving deeply, making dodgy choices, scraping for dollars, and drinking too much for too long. Powerhouse vocals over woodsy guitars, literate songs times wry banter, floor-to-ceiling dynamics plus wall-to-wall heart.
— Full-Contact Folk Music
A long-time fixture of Philadelphia’s bare-knuckled indie rock scene, James Hearne recently packed up his West Philly apartment, taking his wife, his bulldog and his guitar and hitting the road out to the Hudson River Valley in New York. Searching for the space to stretch out, Hearne started piecing together a new album that reflected the well-worn path of a true rock journeyman – including endless miles of traveling, loving deeply, fucking up, scraping for dollars and drinking way too many city-wides (not necessarily in that order). He drove deep into the Catskills to find his voice, landing in Catskill, NY, where he collaborated with a handful of like-minded musicians for months on a set of tracks that sound like they come from another time and maybe (just maybe) a slightly better place than the one you’re at right now.
About Eric Squindo
After his self-released debut, Roadsick, was voted one of the top ten albums of 2003 by the Asbury Park Press, Eric Squindo began performing consistently throughout the Northeast and beyond. His deep passion for songwriting, ardent vocals, and a distinct rhythm style have gained him rave reviews and steady performances over two decades. Influenced by the likes of Townes Van Zandt and John Prine, his music has been described as warm and whimsical country/folk. Simple, honest lyrics delivered with a dusty-road tenor voice, his performances are soulful and thought provoking without being artificial or pretentious.
A founding member of Mister Roper, Squindo can be heard on their self-titled debut (Red Parlor Records), and on his latest solo EP, The Brewery Sessions. His latest project, The Uncommon Gestures, is currently writing and recording their first album.
About Green Kill
Green Kill is a multi-use performance space dedicated to a diverse and growing creative community. Green Kill’s mission is to create artistic opportunities through peer to peer organization by talented and dedicated visual, performing and literary artists.
Green Kill is a handicapped accessible exhibition performance Space located at 229 Greenkill Avenue, Kingston, New York, 12401, firstname.lastname@example.org, open Tuesday to Saturday from 3 pm to 9 pm, closed on national holidays. The phone number is 1(347)689-2323. For the event schedule please visit http://greenkill.org/events. Exhibition viewing hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 3-5 PM or you may make a special appointment by contacting email@example.com or phoning 347-689-2323.