I am thrilled to host a performance by Los Angeles singer-songwriter Joel Henry Stein, who will be returning to his old Upper West Side apartment from the mid-1990s (still MY apartment!) to play a rare and intimate house concert that is not to be missed!
Thursday, August 7 | Doors open at 7pm | Concert begins at 7:30.
Malia Kulp's Apartment | 100 W.76th St., Apt 2S (@ Columbus Ave) | NYC 10023
Suggested cash donation at the door is $20 per person (more if you can, less if you can't).
All proceeds go to the artist.
This event is a "sit down" concert. The emphasis of the evening will be to listen to Joel's incredible music, but it's also a great opportunity for friends to reconnect, make new acquaintances, and build community.
House concerts are traditionally also potlucks, so we ask that you please bring a tasty dish, dessert, or drink to share with folks.
Seating is limited, so we encourage you to RSVP sooner rather than later.
Feel free to share this invite with friends and family via email or Facebook.
I hope to see you at this fantastic event!
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Joel Henry Stein has been described by Citysearch.com as “Led Zeppelin and Bob Dylan rolled into one, making rockin' folk music that picks you up and takes you on a journey to Woody Guthrie-land, with stops in Velvet Underground-ville.” The Houston Chronicle says he “flirts with many musical styles, flitting energetically and effortlessly from Dylan's poetic storytelling to Bowie's epic lyricism to Ben Folds Five's sassy piano-driven jaunts and all points in between.”
While living in Texas, Joel was voted "Best Houston Guitarist" by Ticketmaster as well as nominating him “Houston Songwriter of the Year.” He has been featured in Time magazine, garnered seven ASCAP Awards for his songwriting, performed at the CMJ Music Marathon, Songwriters Hall of Fame, and Kerrville Folk Festival, and appeared on a national tour with the Three Irish Tenors.
More info about Joel Henry Stein at www.JoelStein.com