It was a treat to share one of our favorite originals "Let A Flower Grow," with such a warm and welcoming audience!

It was a treat to share one of our favorite originals "Let A Flower Grow," with such a warm and welcoming audience!

Ed and I are so excited to once again perform our original songs at the NSAI Songwriter Showcase. It will be at the Sidewalk Café, in Manhattan, on September 30th, from 5-8:45. Come on down, have a juicy burger, a delicious drink, and relax to the music:)

If you like to hear new songs, by talented songwriters- this is the place!

If you like to hear new songs, by talented songwriters- this is the place!

And it's Fall! The air is getting cooler, the leaves will be changing colors soon. And we are starting off the Fall with many wonderful happenings! Besides our songwriter showcase,  3 of our songs were selected to be part of Bree Noble's Music With a Conscience Podcast Series, on Women of Substance Internet Radio, episodes #851, #852 and #859.   The songs selected were Windows, Save a Child, and Let a Flower Grow. They are available to hear on iTunes, and Spotify.

 

 (Not sure if you know this about us, but we perform at all kinds of venues. They include public libraries, senior care centers, pre-k schools, house concerts, and more. We have performed at restaurants,  women's clubs, and we are always available for new bookings:)

 

                                                   Some Past Shows of Note:

We have performed in public libraries, and these are a few of our featured programs- The Feel of Brazil was a big hit, with Samba-Bossa Nova tunes everyone knows and loves. And we included a couple of originals in that style, too! The Great American Songbook includes songs from such favorite composers as Richard Rodgers, George Gershwin and so many more!

We did a folk music concert at the Flushing Library, and the crowd loved us! We did a combination of well known folk songs by Peter, Paul and Mary, Gordon Lightfoot, Judy Collins and so many others! We included some folk originals as well.  Perfect for a family show!  We were invited back there again this year, in June. We'll let you know the details as the event draws closer:)

Happy Summer! It's the BEST feeling to share what we do with both young and old. We have a bunch of performances coming up, just having completed :

The Colors And Kids Montessori School -Friday, June 29th- We had so much fun!!!!

Up next- 

Ed's playing the cocktail hour with his beautiful classical guitar for some lucky couple's wedding:)

Saturday, July 14th, from 6-7 at the Swan Club in Roslyn, LI.

 

Then-

Music Rocks In The Library- The Hillside Public Library- Tuesday, July 24th

We'll be doing a fun 45-minute program, starting at 1PM!  

(Small Children 0-7 Come on down!- with caregivers of course:)

 

And-

The Atria Assisted Living at Forest Hills-Thursday, August 2nd, at 2:15 PM (A program for Seniors)

Ozanam Hall of Queens Nursing Home- Sunday, August 19th, at 1:30 PM   (A program for Seniors)

Crayon Box Pre-K- Monday, August 20th, at 10AM (Ages 0-7)

Fairview Nursing Home of Queens.- Wednesday, August 22nd at 2:00PM  (A program for Seniors)

 (And we're just getting started.)

 

Join us May 20th, at the Sidewalk Cafe in Manhattan, NYC! Best music, drinks, food- and everyone is friendly!

Join us May 20th, at the Sidewalk Cafe in Manhattan, NYC! Best music, drinks, food- and everyone is friendly!

January 23rd, at 11AM,  if  you are in the Queens, NYC area, please join us as we perform an all Brazilian musical event, Ed on classical guitar with compositions by Heitor Villa-Lobos, and the both of us, singing and playing the works of Antonio Carlos Jobim!

The Community Church of Douglaston  39-50 Douglaston Parkway, Douglaston, NY. (And it's free)