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Buster Poindexter – 12.26
Al Di Meola Duo (Album Release) – 2.12
David Bromberg Quintet – 2.9
Mardi Gras Party w/ Brother Joscephus & The Love Revolution – 2.6
Patty Smyth & Scandal – 1.14
Lydia Lynch (Voices on the Hudson) – 1.15
Women of Letters – 1.17 & 2.20
Welcome to episode 4 of the City Winery podcast with Ted Canova! In this episode, Ted sits down with Craig Finn of The Hold Steady! The two met backstage before Craig’s Paul Stanley – themed halloween show at City Winery.
Craig shares with Ted how music opened his world, going from nerd to “cool kid” to pioneering two bands with urgent lyrics and driving guitars, the strategy of releasing 4 albums in 5 years, feeling scared when he went solo, and the future for The Hold Steady.
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Welcome to episode 3 of the new City Winery podcast, “The Tour” with Ted Canova! In this episode, Ted sits down with Mexican-American singer/songwriter and legend of the Austin, Texas music scene, Alejandro Escovedo.
Alejandro opens up to Ted about heartache and death, elusive love, racism in music, the mystery of songwriting in his “secret place”, an amazing “last supper” alongside the immortals Townes Van Zandt and Rick Danko, and a come to Jesus with his therapist. (HEADS UP: Some language may offend some listeners)
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Welcome to episode 2 of the new City Winery podcast, “The Tour” with Ted Canova! In this episode, Ted sits down with bluegrass legend (and City Winery favorite!) Jerry Douglas in the middle of Washington Square Park to discuss his eclectic career.
Jerry discusses a range of topics from being a 5 year old with a squeaky voice to mastering the dobro, and how listening to bluegrass in the morning and rock at night led to him becoming one of the most recorded musicians ever.
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We are excited to premiere our first podcast, The Tour with host Ted Canova! Ted is an award winning journalist who will be profiling long time City Winery favorites such as Jerry Douglas, Alejandro Escovedo, Craig Finn, Lucy Wainwright and so many more! Each episode will uncover the fascinating stories and inspirations behind these incredible artists in order to capture an intimate portrait of their craft.
Today we premiere episode 1 with Amy Helm, a City Winery staple who will be performing in New York on November 4th with an all-female bill for Skylark: A Night of Songbirds. In this special first episode, Amy opens up about her music and the influence of her musical parents. We hope you enjoy this exclusive interview and join us again next week for another edition of The Tour!
Starting today and running through September, all City Winery locations are contributing 50% of the proceeds from every order of risotto balls to benefit All Hands Volunteers.
All Hands Volunteers is a volunteer/powered disaster relief organization dedicated to Rebuilding Hope for people impacted by natural disasters all over the world.Hurricane Harvey remains one of the most devastating hurricanes in recent memory, rendering millions of people without food, shelter, and clean water. Hurricane Irma is one of the most powerful storms ever recorded. “Hungry for Hurricane Relief” provides an additional avenue to raise money and provide support for those affected.“If you dine with us, know that there’s a way to give to hurricane victims,” said City Winery CEO Michael Dorf. “Even if not through us, please give what you can to charities like All Hands Volunteers, who help all of those affected.”
To donate directly to All Hands Volunteers, click HERE.
On June 4th City Winery founder and CEO Michael Dorf was featured on MSNBC‘s Your Business. He discusses the origins of his unique business model, how the company was forced to adapt in the midst of an economic crisis, and his bright vision for the future. Watch the full segment below!
June 4, 2017: This $50 million dining business started as an urban winery with innovations like wine on tap. Now City Winery has a state of the art live music venue and hosts private events. Founder, Michael Dorf balanced multiple revenue streams and duplicated his business in five cities.