|GROOVY NEW SHOWS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO OUR SCHEDULE!
ROY ZIMMERMAN, ERIN McKEOWN, MARY FAHL, BILL CARTER, MORE!
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Over the past 45 years, this singer, songwriter, producer, performer, painter, improviser, collaborator, and instigator has proven himself to be an artist unconcerned with any barriers of style or medium. He has found himself at the epicenter of one artistic upheaval after another. From Cambridge to Berkeley to Paris in the '60s, from the Newport Folk Festivals to the Monterey Pop Festival and from Woodstock to the Rolling Thunder Revue, from SoHo to Nashville, Neuwirth has quietly plied his trade, made his mark and assembled a bewildering array of colleagues and creative partners. More recently Bob was asked to participate in the much-lauded Harry Smith Anthology concerts with famed producer Hal Wilner, appearing at Royal Festival Hall in London and at St. Ann's Church in Brooklyn, New York as well as UCLA's Royce Hall. Bob produced a documentary movie by D.A. Pennebaker entitled "Down from The Mountain" that was filmed at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. And when the "Down From The Mountain" phenomenon went on the road, Bob served as musical director for the shows which played to sold out houses across America. We're not sure how many times he's played McCabe's over the years, but it's always a treat when he does. Don't miss him.
Red Yarn is an award-winning family performer from Portland, OR who weaves American folk songs and puppetry into engaging shows for all ages. With his energetic performances, lush folk-rock recordings, and puppet music videos, Red Yarn spreads positive values while bringing American folklore to life for younger generations. In this lively music and puppet show, Red Yarn will lead audiences into the Deep Woods, a magical forest where all the animals of American folk songs live together. Through singalongs, dance parties, and funny puppet routines, families will experience the joy of community and celebrate our shared cultural heritage.
An early band mate with John Gorka, and collaborator with Dar Williams and Lucy Kaplansky in Cry Cry Cry, Richard Shindell released his Shanachie label debut, Sparrow's Point, in 1992, and has since released 10 more albums, including the brand new Careless. Each has been a meticulous exploration of the celestial and the terrestrial that has prompted the Boston Globe to write: "Shindell is a master builder of songs, always leading listeners toward the emotional essence of the moment or character he is evoking. As with all master craftsmen, knowing what to leave out is as important to him as what he puts in. Shindell has uncanny sense of the theater of a song, building his ballads sparely and subtly, set to sweeping graceful melodies." Now living in Argentina, Shindell has slowed down his touring schedule, and so a visit to McCabe's is a somewhat rare event. We hope you can make it down for this one, but you better hurry his shows always sell out and there are but a few left for this one.
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