Sun Mar 9 2014

6:30 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

The Studio at Webster Hall

125 East 11th St. New York, NY 10003

Ages 19+

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Eric Frisch (album release show)

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  • Eric Frisch

    Eric Frisch

    Pop


    Born in Toronto, Eric is the second of four children. His parents met at a concert so right off the bat you know that he is musically inclined. Eric began writing music at the piano when he was ten years old, and always really enjoyed creating songs. He still remembers the very first song he wrote, entitled “Kings and Liberty,” not a bad title for a ten year old. Rather than practice scales as his piano teacher had instructed, Eric preferred to compose. It was when he was sixteen that he first really discovered the Beatles, hearing the song “You Won’t See Me” off of Rubber Soul., and that turned out to be a defining moment for Eric. He began to realize the importance of music in life. His parents then introduced him to a song called “Here, There, and Everywhere,” and the rest, as they say, is history.

  • Alden Harris McCoy

    Alden Harris McCoy

    Singer-Songwriter

    Alden Harris-McCoy is a guitarist, vocalist, composer, and teacher living in New York City.  Born and raised in Portland, OR, Alden played in various local, regional, and national ensembles including the American Music Program, the Oregon Allstate Jazz band, and the Grammy Jazz Ensembles, before moving to New York in 2009 to study guitar at New York University.  Set to complete his final semester in May 2013, he has had the privilege of studying with greats including Peter Bernstein, David Pietro, Don Friedman, John Scofield, Jean-Michel Pilc, and Stefon Harris among others.

    In New York, Alden has gained extensive playing experience both with his own projects and as a sideman including regular performances with the "Rad Trads," a collaborative project exploring the traditional sounds of New Orleans Jazz, and the Bailen Brothers.

  • Lindsay Dunphy

    Lindsay Dunphy

    Singer-Songwriter

    Lindsay is a singer-songwriter based out of New York with Akron, OH roots.  Her very first EP, Rainbows, was released August of 2013.  It was recorded with the amazing Mat Leffler-Schulman at Mobtown Studios in Baltimore, MD.  This EP is a collaboration of artists from Ohio, with musicians from Maryland and New York.  Lindsay is looking forward to recording her second EP in June.

     

    She began songwriting as a little girl, using her GirlTalk, which became her means of recording for far too long.  While the GirlTalk served her well, she has since updated to a better technology.  After high school, Lindsay moved to New York to pursue music and Theatre at Marymount Manhattan College.  

     

    She has since fallen in love, had a broken heart, explored the world, fallen back in love, and found her way to NYC again.  For Lindsay, songwriting has and always will be a necessary part of life.

     

    Now back in NYC, she enjoys playing acoustic shows, or full band shows.  Lindsay is honored every day to be playing alongside Tim Basom (guitar), Christian Nourijanian (keys), Goh Izawa (drums), Leon Boykins (bass), Mike McGarril (sax), and Jimmy O'Connell (trombone).

  • Alex DiMattia

    Alex DiMattia

    Singer-Songwriter

    Few Singer Songwriters have as diverse a background as Alex DiMattia.  To quote from his own lyrics, Alex is the “Son of Italian Traditions and American Dreams”.  The oldest son of an Auto Mechanic and one of four siblings, Alex has never been afraid of rolling up his sleeves. A multi-sport athlete, he competed in the Pennsylvania State Olympics and won a gold medal in the USA Hockey National Olympics at age 14.  Six months before his 15th birthday Alex began dancing ballet, with no prior dance training, and at age 18 he joined Houston Ballet’s apprentice company, Houston Ballet II, in Texas.  At age 19 Alex left Houston and enrolled at West Chester University of Pennsylvania (WCU).  While at WCU Alex danced for Brandywine Ballet Company, and joined Pi Kappa Phi National Fraternity, which introduced him to charity work with their national philanthropy, PUSH America.   Alex graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2009 with a Bachelors degree in Accounting, and that same year began working for Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) Taxation practice.  At PwC Alex continued his passion for charity work, participating in the annual MS City to Shore Bike Ride, and Ride Ataxia and the following year he became the PwC cycling team captain. Alex picked up the guitar as a new hobby his last year of college, and began writing poetry as he commuted back and forth to work on the train to Philadelphia.  In 2011 Alex left PwC to continue dancing and build his music career.  In December 2012 he released his first record “Starting Again” and began performing regionally.  In early 2013 he released the single “Your Sunshine” and toured several cities down the East Coast including Nashville, Atlanta and Charleston.  In the fall of 2013 Alex released a holiday single “Snowflakes Start to Fall” which went into rotation at WXPN in Philadelphia.  Alex is now living in New York City and performing through out the Northeast. 

    - See more at: http://www.alexdimattia.com/bio/#sthash.neqFx4gs.dpuf

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Eric Frisch (album release show)

Sun Mar 9 2014 6:30 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

The Studio at Webster Hall New York NY
Eric Frisch (album release show)
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Ages 19+