Early March McNevin shows in SoCal & NoCal!
Friends in SoCal, I'm driving south this morning, in a '92 Cadillac. Her name is Maybelle McGuzzlah. I'll own her for a month or two while I figure out my next touring rig. I've packed a bunch of old cassette tapes for the drive, cuz that's all she's got in her dash. She drives like a dreamboat!
Details below, hope to see some familiar faces!
Wed Feb 28, 7-9:30.
South Pasadena, CA
Arroyo Seco Golf Course
Brad Colerick CD Release Party
Gonna crash the release party for Brad Colerick's new CD, in South Pasadena. If you get there by 5pm, you can also hit 9 holes of Whack & Walk Golf with us. Concert starts at 7pm, at the Arroyo Seco Golf Course. Great listening vibe, tasty affordable food and bevs, a plethora of Who's Whos shows up for these things. This one will be especially special. I'll be doing a tune or two as well.
Fri Mar 2nd, 8-10pm.
North Hollywood, CA.
Featuring Michael McNevin.
Hosted by Severin Browne.
& The First Friday Band.
8 pm, $10. (818) 766-9913.
5230 1/2 Laurel Canyon Blvd North Hollywood, CA.
Severin hosts this First Fridays at Kulak's monthly songwriter hang. I've not played Kulak's in YEARS, it's a great little place! (Like the Mudpuddle Shop's big little brother). Severin is the host, and it's quite a happening.!
Sev and his band will close the night, band (usually) includes: Alex Del Zoppo on piano; Barrett Tagliarino on guitar; John Stowers on bass; Merritt Raff on drums; David Stone on piano and ukulele; Mara Wells on harmonica; Jaynee Thorne and Leslie Beauvais on Background Vocals; with John Cartwright on bass (with Dave and Mara), and Jime Van Booven on bass (with Barrett and Merritt).
(NOTE: Those who cannot attend in person, can watch the webcast live on Concert Window at https://www.concertwindow.com/4937-kulak-s-woodshed-in-north-hollywood-ca-presents-a-v )
Sat Mar 3rd, 7pm.
Kagel Canyon, CA.
"LIVE AT THE A-FRAME".
McNevn house concert at Coddy & Mary's place.
A song swap follows concert.
RSVP: email@example.com or (818) 486-8505.
11305 Blue Sage Dr. Kagel Canyon, CA 91342.
Doors 6pm, show at 7pm. $15 donation.
The "Live A The A-Frame" house concert series includes a potluck and a song swap after, RSVP with Coddy. Coddy & Mary have an amazing house, and if you're a diehard, there are usually 10-15 songwriters swapping tunes in the living room after the show is over. Bring a tune or just your ears and hang out a while. The driveway is steep so if this is a problem, please come early and park up near the house. And if you park on the street, be very sure you leave enough room for a firetruck to get by.
Sat Mar 10th, 6-9pm.
House Concert at Caroline's place.
With Bay Station & Michael McNevin.
A songwriter house concert co-bill with Michael McNevin & Bay Station (featuring Alameda songwriters Deborah Crooks and Kwame Copeland). Doors at 6pm, show at 6:30pm. Sliding suggested donation is $15-25. This is just a half mile from where I live, but it'll feel like miles, a rare occasion to get away from the Mudpuddle Shop - thanks Caroline! Light refreshments provided, and/or BYO favorite beverage. The concert takes place at a private home, seats about 40, cosy and listening room vibe. A possible song swap & jam can follow the concert after the concert. RSVPs are mandatory, email Caroline directly for your seat and the address: Caroline.Testard@gmail.com
Songwriter Michael McNevin has a vivid brand of storytelling. He started his career in the the bars of the SF East Bay, mixing in a six-month stint in New York, cutting his troubadour teeth in the subways and streets of Greenwich Village. Seasoned vocals and accomplished guitar work underscore the stories, characters, and places he travels. He's been a main stager at some of the bigger music festivals around, including Strawberry, High Sierra, Kerrville, Philly Folk, and SummerFolk. He's been on concert bills with Johnny Cash and The Carter Family, Shawn Colvin, Donovan, Richie Havens, Christine Lavin, Robert Earl Keen, Utah Phillips, and many others. He is winner of the Kerrville New-folk award in Texas, a 7-time winner of the West Coast Songwriters "Song Of The Year" award ('91, '92, '97, '98, '05, '09, '17), was chosen by Performing Songwriter Magazine as a Top 12 "DIY Artist Of The Year", and was nominated "Artist Of The Year" by the National Academy of Songwriters.