The Best Review I’ve Received In Quite a While

Rockaway Park, NY, December 7th, 2019 Though I did not get 50 million Spotify streams this past year, I did just receive this very inspiring note from a young man in Australia. Mark wandered randomly into one of my New York gigs 7 years ago and very deliberately came back a few months ago. It’s…

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Some Early Reviews

Dream Your Way Out of This One (2017)

“An absolutely beautiful collection of songs. I was gobsmacked by the quality of the songs.” – The Arena, RTE Radio 1 “He is at the core a folk artist, a poet with a beautiful way with words and the true gift of writing a catchy tune.” – musician.ie “Songs that deserve to be heard.”- The…

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‘Rooms’ : Review

Enda Walsh’s play ‘Rooms’  is both familiar and strikingly original. The Galway International Arts Festival’s production is currently running at Cybert Tire, the future home of The Irish Arts Center in Manhattan. The space was without doubt a tire place until very recently. As we are lead up a narrow staircase it feels more like…

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An Evening Upstate with the Brothers Felice

The sun is shining in Brooklyn. The President’s first 100 days. The continuous drip of bad News makes me intermittently anxious, angry, sad, determined and inspired. Frequently all at the same time.  Still we are all somewhat solar powered and warm weather brings with it some energy and something like hope.   I had a…

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Thank You For The Music – BCFF Review

Saturday morning, I woke up sweating and switched on the radio to the sound of the Mayor  cautioning people to stay indoors till 9pm, Sunday. The heat advisory, collided precisely with the Big City Folk Festival. Well, why start listening to City Hall now? It was already really hot. I hoped anybody would show up.…

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