Late Night Thoughts
with Eli Waltz
The Bowery Electric
Sat September 2 @ 6:30 PM (Doors: )
21 and up
Late Night Thoughts is the Folk-Pop duo of Michael Harlow and Brian Rauch. Michael is the music and harmony to Brian's lyrics and melody as the two share their complementary talents to create a unique combination of singer-songwriter stylings with folk-pop production. 

Eli Waltz is a world traveler and folk-rock musician who focuses the sum of his experiences on the road into a soulful, singular sound. His music is eclectic, drawing from the musical traditions of American Blues, “rock ‘n’ roll”, Chinese Guqin and European Baroque music; his lyrics draw upon the poetic traditions of the Beat Generation. He is heralded for his whimsical, philosophical lyricism, unconventional chord progressions and gut-punching harmonica solos. He weaves in traditional Chinese music–inspired by months and years living in Beijing and Yunnan as a working musician–and classical music to create his signature folk rock sound. Waltz has shared the stage with nationally-recognized artists including Willie Carlise and Andrew Combs. He is part of a new wave of up-and-coming American Blues and Folk artists residing in Washington, D.C., home of historic folk label Takoma Records, Skip James and many artists from whom he draws inspiration in his songwriting and performances.