Jul
21
9:30pm 9:30pm

Pass the Hat Music Series - Jeremy Aaron

Jeremy Aaron is a singer, storyteller, community organizer, bluesman, poet, guitarist, violinist, and the creator of Greenwich Village Showcase. Warm and real, his music evokes nights around the campfire between old friends. You may come to his shows to hear the earthy folk chords, the living room intimacy, the confessional lyrics. You may leave inspired. His songs tell of Ecuadorian shadows, magic lights, Adirondack evergreens, beggars’ coins, train tracks, and road trips. His music is special, intimate, contemplative, poetic, personal, lyrical, meaningful. His songs are comforting like hot chocolate, wool socks, and your crackling fireplace on a winter’s day.

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Jun
2
9:30pm 9:30pm

Pass the Hat Music Series - Little Helen Rose

“Let me tell you a little bit about Helen Rose. Little Helen Rose stands 6′ 1″ and that’s without high heels! You do the math. In the meantime, she’ll sing the songs dipped in the muddy waters of blues, country and soul. I guess that’s what happens when you got a dad who is an actor, and a singer songwriter in his own Wright (pun intended). She grew up on this stuff when she was a tall as her papa’s boots. I met her through 21 year old guitar singer songwriter Jonah Tolchin. Jonah’s got his record coming out called “Clover Lane” and he plays electric on Helen’s record like nobody’s business. They went to school together. Chemistry is there. Me, I produced the album, and I’m damn proud to be a part of her world. She’s 25, and well, the future ain’t what it used to be. Stand back, lean in, she’ll tear your heart out with her voice and horn playing. She is a wonder to behold. After all SHE IS…LITTLE HELEN ROSE”

-Marvin Etzioni (Producer, Lone Justice)

 

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May
26
7:30pm 7:30pm

Pass the Hat Music Series - Debra Devi

JamBase describes rock musician Debra Devi as “a supersonic fret-burner with a deep feel for the blues who writes hauntingly memorable songs.” Live, she leads a “ferocious guitar-driven band equally adept at sprawling psychedelic jams and terse, soulful rockers," says New York Music Daily, calling Devi "one of the great guitarists of our time--a master of touch, tone and shading."

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May
19
9:30pm 9:30pm

Pass the Hat Music Series - Alice Sorensen

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Alice Sorensen is a country/folk singer based in Brooklyn, NY. By day a music therapist and lifelong professional musician, Alice has recently begun to enter the folk/country music arena and write a few her own tunes. 
Recently, Alice has been playing Brooklyn locales along with Nick Loss Eaton of Leland Sundries. She looks forward to continuing to write for an upcoming musical project and is working on several collaborations. 

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May
19
8:30pm 8:30pm

Pass the Hat Music Series - Proud Pair of Thieves

Indie Folk trio, Proud Pair of Thieves are a few who have known the barstools and backroads of their homes in the foothills of Appalachia. Yet each finds himself today in NYC—creating an asymmetry which echoes through their art, where moments of heart-stopping cadence followed by near silence harmonically entwine with woodsy instrumentation of banjo, guitar, upright bass, drums, accordion and harmonica. The resulting experience paints a portrait equally foreign as it is familiar.

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May
5
7:30pm 7:30pm

Pass the Hat Music Series - Scott Krokoff

With a rich and melodic sound drawn primarily from his love of 60s and 70s music, New Yorker Scott Krokoff (pron: Crow-Cough) weaves elements of folk rock & country pop into confessional and compelling Americana. He is an evocative and introspective songwriter, and a deft finger-picker in the vein of James Taylor and Paul Simon with "an edge of Replacements styled alt rock to his strum" (Hiplanta).

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Apr
28
8:30pm 8:30pm

Pass the Hat Music Series - Ryan Foss

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Ryan Foss is a Singer / Songwriter/ Performer originally from Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Foss has been scribbling down lyrics on napkins and humming melodies ever since he was a boy. His tunes have landed him shows with folk legends like Tom Paxton and Ellis Paul. His honest demeanor, distinctive voice and upbeat melodies lend him a warm welcome wherever he performs. 

 

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Apr
28
7:30pm 7:30pm

Pass the Hat Music Series - Jesse Cohen

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Jesse Cohen invites the world to join his quest through the looking glass of music as he puts pen to paper and fingers to guitar in a way that invokes the gospel of inner spirit, through organic expression. 

This Oklahoma native finds his home in the tenement halls, villages, rivers, alleyways, lakesides, city streets and campfires of the globe.

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Apr
21
9:30pm 9:30pm

Pass the Hat Music Series - The Travelers

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Pass the Hat Music Series - The Travelers

Take a musical journey with the TRAVELERS as they move you with their unique fusion of alternative rock, neo-soul, jazz, hip-hop, folk and blues, that soulfully blends musical influences of each contributing band member.

Their songs talk of journeys along life's paths, lessons learned, love, and celebrate the diversity of people across generations.

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Mar
24
8:30pm 8:30pm

Pass the Hat Music Series - Proud Pair of Thieves

Indie Folk trio, Proud Pair of Thieves are a few who have known the barstools and backroads of their homes in the foothills of Appalachia. Yet each finds himself today in NYC—creating an asymmetry which echoes through their art, where moments of heart-stopping cadence followed by near silence harmonically entwine with woodsy instrumentation of banjo, guitar, upright bass, drums, accordion and harmonica. The resulting experience paints a portrait equally foreign as it is familiar.

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Mar
17
7:30pm 7:30pm

Pass the Hat Music Series - the Travelers

Pass the Hat Music Series - The Travelers

Take a musical journey with the TRAVELERS as they move you with their unique fusion of alternative rock, neo-soul, jazz, hip-hop, folk and blues, that soulfully blends musical influences of each contributing band member.

Their songs talk of journeys along life's paths, lessons learned, love, and celebrate the diversity of people across generations.

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Mar
10
8:30pm 8:30pm

PASS THE HAT MUSIC Series - JD Patch

 "J.D. Patch" is a hell raisin' blue collar country singer/songwriter based out of NYC.
 
    Former front man of the band "Dead Amble," J.D. went solo in 2013.  His work is comprised mostly of original material but does covers by Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Hank Jr. and more. He released his first solo album "Good Timin' Friends" in November of 2013. Early in January of 2014 he made his National Television & Radio debut  on Fox Business Network and ABC's Radio Show "Imus in the Morning" hosted by the legendary Don Imus.
 

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Mar
3
9:30pm 9:30pm

PASS THE HAT MUSIC SERIES - Jesse Cohen

Jesse Cohen invites the world to join his quest through the looking glass of music as he puts pen to paper and fingers to guitar in a way that invokes the gospel of inner spirit, through organic expression. 

This Oklahoma native finds his home in the tenement halls, villages, rivers, alleyways, lakesides, city streets and campfires of the globe.

 

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