Saturday November 22
Join JON GILLESPIE for his CD release party with members of the Jarflys, the All Mighty Senators and Blue Miracle helping celebrate on stage his latest full length recording. Jon has played the piano since age five and professionally since 1986 as a keyboardist, singer and songwriter with bands ELECTRIC SKY, BLUE MIRACLE, JARFLYS (feat. Jimi Haha of Jimmie's Chicken Shack), and with the Baltimore based ALL MIGHTY SENATORS. As a member of these touring bands, he has been the supporting act for well known artists such as Santana, Blues Traveler, Crosby Stills and Nash, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes, Ben Folds, Tom Petty, Sean Lennon, Rusted Root, The Band, Grand Funk Railroad, The Spin Doctors, Blackfoot, House of Pain, Counting Crows, and many more. Jon also has had the distinct honor of thrice singing the national anthem before Baltimore Orioles games at Camden Yards, and the privilege of performing as a session player (on the Hammond organ) on the late Eva Cassidy's album "Songbird", which soared to #1 in the U.S. and the U.K., #2 in Sweden and Switzerland, and has sold over 6 million copies worldwide.
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Thursday December 18
Harrison Cofer cut his teeth in the music business as a founder, songwriter, bassist, guitarist and lead singer for the world touring mid Atlantic based band The Dirty Names. Since leaving behind that legacy he's moved to the Big Apple and established himself as an up and coming singer songwriter on the bustling Brooklyn music scene.
For his appearance at the Met he brings with him friends and rock 'n' roll power trio cohorts The Wild Adriatic hailing from Saratoga Springs, NY about which Relix magazine said "flawlessly tight with infectious melodies and tons of soul." and the Huffington Post raved "full of rocking blues, soul, and depth."
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Jon Gillespie CD Release Party: "The Dr. Gillespie Killings"
Harrison Cofer w/The Wild Adriatic