Christina Hart (monthly residency), choirgirl, Cortez Garza, Lara Taubman, Tiph

Christina Hart (monthly residency)

choirgirl

Cortez Garza

Lara Taubman

Tiph

Tue · April 16, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$5.00

Off Sale

This event is 21 and over

Christina Hart (monthly residency)
Christina Hart (monthly residency)
Indigenous American singer-songwriter from the Setalcott and Shinnecocks nations, singing songs soul-deep.
choirgirl
choirgirl
choirgirl is a Brooklyn-based indie rock band made up of Noele Flowers, Nicole Prisco, and Randle Browning.
Cortez Garza
Cortez Garza
2018 Flagpole Music Awards "Singer-Songwriter of the Year", Cortez Garza, is an Athens, GA based singer-songwriter influenced by the likes of Steve Earle, Woody Guthrie, and Ramblin' Jack Elliott. Traditionalism meets innovation with Cortez Garza and his brand of Americana, from his unique and technical guitar work to his thought provoking and intentional lyrics, all rounded off by a touch of classic folk harmonica. Making his rounds to promote his latest release, "The Low Vibe," Cortez recently wrapped a nation wide tour that spanned from California to New York. As well as being named 2018 Singer-Songwriter of the Year, He also received a Flagpole Music Award for Best Video for his song, "Immortal." In addition to taking home two coveted awards, Cortez and his band were 2018 Athfest headliners, performing on the BMI Hull Street Stage. Cortez Garza has performed at The North GA Folk Festival consecutively the last 3 years, even hosting his own songwriters stage, featuring many other notable up and coming songwriters. Cortez was also a headliner for the inaugural Vic Chestnutt Songwriter Of the Year Award Ceremony and was even a nominee to be a recipient of the award for 2017 and 2018. Cortez Garza was also awarded a songwriting scholarship, picked personally by Steve Earle, to attend and teach at his 2018 Camp Copperhead where he performed his original songs.
Tiph
Tiph
Tiphanie Doucet is a French artist based in New York. Her emotionally disarming performances deceive in their simplicity, often times consisting of nothing more than her voice and a guitar, occasionally accompanied by a violinist. Yet, they nevertheless arrest audiences through their quiet, brooding intensity, holding a vulnerability that’s offset by a wintry, gallic allure. Doucet recently released her debut album “Under My Sun”, a collection of rustic, yet polished folk numbers produced by David Baron and Simone Felice, who have worked with the likes of Lumineers and Jade Bird. Though Doucet’s influences are prevalent throughout the album, nodding to the likes of Norah Jones,Ingrid Michaelson and Feist, the work is without a doubt a testament to the uniqueness and originality of her voice.
Venue Information:
The Map Room at The Bowery Electric
327 Bowery
New York, NY, 10003
http://www.theboweryelectric.com/