The Everlasting Happiness introduces their quirky style of pop-rock in this debut concert of originals and surprising covers. Columbus music veterans Stefan Farrenkopf, Jack Burgess, Andy Harrison, Chris Rockwell, and Jeremy Rogers perform complex, fun songs about kitchens, grocery stores, time machines, and love, life and loss. Two of Columbus’s great songwriters open: Neal Havener […]
If you’re wondering where the music of Nashville troubadour Woody Pines comes from, look to the streets. It was on the streets as a professional busker that Woody first cut his teeth, drawing liberally from the lost back alley anthems and scratchy old 78s of American roots music, whether country blues, jugband, hokum, or hillbilly. […]
Tim O’Brien returns to Natalie’s for another engaging performance, accompanied by the talented Jan Fabricius. Grammy winning singer songwriter and multi instrumentalist O’Brien grew up singing in church and in school, and after seeing Doc Watson on TV, became a lifelong devotee of old time and bluegrass music. Tim first toured nationally in the 1980’s […]
Originally from Long Beach, California, Greg Laswell is one of the most uncompromising songwriters of these modern times. You may recognize a bit of Leonard Cohen in his tormented baritone. You might think of Tom Waits when you sense how deep in the gut these songs come from. But if there is a quality that […]
Hebdo is an artist caught between two worlds. You’d sooner find his brand of indie rock-meets-vintage Americana grit emanating from a porch in Austin, Texas than his hometown of Columbus. In an era when digital streaming is king, Hebdo crafts a sonic experience seemingly intended for vinyl. And buttressing his sprawling, diverse catalog with foot-stomping […]
Ohio born-and-raised, the sought-after singer-songwriter visits Columbus on Friday night in advance of a new single release, "Ain't My Scene"
Youngstown native JD Eicher recognizes his northeastern Ohio roots have provided him with a unique perspective as a singer-songwriter. “The first time it was really brought to my attention was in an article – an early review, actually of my band – where they said ‘you could hear the rust belt in his songs.’ And […]
CityMusic Columbus presents Helen Welch and Friends – Songwriters Hall of Fame 12:30 Doors open for brunch 1:00 Children’s program (participatory) 2:00 . Concert Admission $30 free for children under 10 Brunch is $25 adults, $10 children in advance ($30 and $15 onsite) Tickets at www.citymusiccolumbus.org Supported by GCAC and OAC