Saturday, November 16 at 8 PM, join host Marc Delgado for Showcase at Green Kill, featuring Rick Barth and Doug Yoel with sound direction of David Strahl. 10 dollars at the door and tickets may be reserved using the “Order Tickets” button above. BYOB. Soft drinks and snacks are available at Ozubar.
About Rick Barth
Meet Rick Barth
Rick Barth is a singer/songwriter from NJ whose music is influenced by the singer/songwriters of the 70’s, the pop and hard rock of the 80’s, and the alternative sounds of the 90’s.
He performs regularly throughout the tri-state area with either his acoustic guitar or as a member of Rick Barth and The Line (winners of the 2018 WNNJ 103.7 FM Battle of the Bands).
His debut album, Hand Me Down Soul, was released in 2015. The follow-up album, Fade, was released in August 2019.
He is very active in the local music scene! In addition to playing numerous acoustic shows all over the tri-state area, he performs at many original music events (including his own very popular Acoustic Singer/Songwriter Series).
About Marc Delgado
Ladies and Gentlemen…meet 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 Doug Yoel
Ladies and gentleman…meet Dough Voel.
When Doug Yoel was born, the radio was ruled by singer/songwriters and rock bands. “It became my obsession as a kid, playing records and reading the album jackets.”
He studied guitar and started writing songs as a pre-teen. In high school on Long Island, Doug began playing club dates, and comedy songs on the radio with Opie and Anthony.
Doug has been performing and releasing his own music since the 90’s, and interpreting classic material. “I’ve always been searching for the perfect song.”
In the 2000’s, Doug produced indie records for blues and jazz artists, including successful projects for Roy Haynes and Lucky Peterson that received accolades and Grammy Nominations.
In 2008, Doug moved to New York’s Hudson Valley, inspired by and contributing to the region’s rich creative community. Doug performs throughout the region under his own name, and with the Americana group he leads, Sometime Sinners. The group has recently received some national airplay with the Doug Yoel-penned “City Song (If You Go Down to Old New York).”
Also a life-long DJ and sound engineer, Doug mixes music at live events, and hosts the Blues Break program Sunday nights on Radio Woodstock.
About David Strahl
Ladies and Gentlemen…meet Dave Strahl.
A motivated and tech-savvy audio engineer and music producer with over 25 years of experience working in the audio and sound production field. From a very young age David developed a love affair with music that has resulted in a wealth of recorded and live music projects.
Music producer and audio engineer, David Strahl, is also a performing musician with better than 40 years of experience in the music industry. David has worked for SONY Studios in NYC as well operating his own recording studio, Candy Ear Studios, in SOHO with a list of clients including Patti and Jackson Smith, Idris Elba and many others.
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 of talented and dedicated visual, performing and literary artists.
Find out how you can support green kill here: https://greenkill.org/2019/07/12/please-support-green-kill/
Green Kill is a handicapped accessible exhibition performance Space located at 229 Greenkill Avenue, Kingston, New York, 12401, email@example.com, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 347-689-2323.