Sunday, November 24 at 7 PM, Dave Kearney presents the premiere of “Songwriters in the Round” at Green Kill. HostDave Kearney will be joined by guests E.C. Lorick and Jim Barbaro for conversation and music. Tickets are 10 dollars at the door or may be reserved by using the green button above. Seating is limited to 45. Ozubar offers light refreshments and snacks. BYOB.
About Songwriters in the Round
Two songwriters plus host Dave Kearney will perform two sets of original material. Q and A between songwriters and the audience is welcome. The evening will explore the songwriter’s individual and unique process and celebrate songwriting as an art.
About Jim Barbaro
Jim’s songs are like vignettes or sketches, and each is a musical chapter that fuses rock, classical,western ,jazz and folk. Whatever the style, the underlying mood is always passionate,romantic and melodic.When you get your hands on a Jim Barbaro CD,you get a healthy pallette of spanish guitars, violin,cello,dobros trumpet, pedal steel as well as traditional rock and folk instruments.It all gets topped off and woven together by Jim’s dynamic, full throated vocals that range from deep and souful to rough ‘n’ gritty to satiny smooth. In a marketing driven industry where artists are discouraged from jumping from genre to genre, Barbaro is not afraid to take that leap and explore the many worlds music has to offer. And all you adventurous and multi-dimensional music lovers are free to come along for the ride.
About E. C. Lorick
E. C. Lorick is a New York based songwriter and performer whose songs embrace a broad spectrum of themes ranging from human-interest, to environmental, to political. His writings are essentially a compilation of his stories and the stories of others from past to present with an outlook towards what may lie ahead. All, done to equally intriguing musical arrangements.
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…
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, 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.