With John S. Hall, The Do-Overs, Ray Brown, Julie Kathryn, Christopher North and your jovial host, Dave Keener.
I’m about to baby New Year my shorts over the amazing lineup for our first show of 2013, with Bruce Henderson, Jeneen Terrana, Mark Humble, Dave Foster and me. Come out to Freddys, get some disco tater tots and join us for a great night of song. Bios and music links (including Bruce Henderson’s appearance on Letterman) below.
Songwriter Deathmatch. Saturday, Jan. 12, 8PM. 627 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, 11215. Free. Facebook event here.
Bruce Henderson is a NYC-based singer-songwriter. He has released two solo albums entitled “The Wheels Roll,” and “Beyond The Pale,” and is threatening to release a third. His songs have been covered by artists including Curtis Stigers, The Hangdogs and Christine Ohlman.
Queens, New York based singer-songwriter, Jeneen Terrana creates pop, rock and folk music with a dash of feminine vulnerability. She is a whirlwind of powerful songs and folksy playfulness and has been touring the states and Europe.
Like his hero, Alex Chilton, Dave is a rock and roll singer, a songwriter and lead guitarist all wrapped into one. Long-time front-man of the band Bubble, Dave is a frequent member of Loser’s Lounge and has appeared at Lincoln Center with his show Bubble Does Beatles.
Village Voice Pazz & Jop nominee Mark Humble just released his second CD, One Centre Street. Melodic, moody and funny, Mark is a master craftsman who has also contributed songs and soundtracks to Scrubs, A&E’s Biography and The Smithsonian Institute.
Dave Keener (Host)
Dave Keener released the CD The Easy Way, which has received generally positive reviews and recently appeared on the New York Radio Roots & Americana chart. Dave is a member of Them Keener Boys (NY Press Best Local Comedians).