Posted: September 18th, 2017
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– Here are the details about the concert.
Cross-genre pianist/songwriter/composer Josh Weinstein’s 2006 release Brooklyn Is Sinking was among WFUV and npr.org’s “Best CDs of 2006,” and his breakthrough 2009 release was licensed by MTV and played on more than 300 radio stations worldwide. Hubbub UK noted his “Superb songwriting, bags of musical talent [and] dark and gritty lyrics”; Americana-UK calls Weinstein’s sound “the seedy neon of Times Square refracted through dirty puddles.” His live show includes free improv and junkyard percussion, and navigates through elements of blues, jazz, modern rock and spoken word. At the Loft, Weinstein will be debuting material from an upcoming album, as well as reexamining cuts from Love & Alcohol and earlier releases.
-The type of music in the concert are raucous, jazz-tinged, introspective, sad, sardonic, acid-tongued, sweet, romantic, funny and–always–soulful.
-Josh Weinstein: vocal and keyboard
– Tommy Babin – bass
– Jeanette Kanga – drums
– Ben Zinn – guitar
– Judith Hamann – cello
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