Parish Public House will feature a fantastic lineup of singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalists from Albany, New York City, and the Jersey Shore on Friday, June 22.
Tickets | $11.00 | 518.465.0444 | Visit Facebook event page
Chloe Macyn hails from the Albany area (Ballston Lake, NY) who seamlessly blends folk and pop and whose roots stem from her love of Irish fiddle music. She is a two-time winner of the New York state Fiddle Competition. Her single "Running Out of Time" won the Capital District Original Music Award for best pop composition. Her expressive lyrics clothe her narratives in exquisite arrangements that envelope her audiences in a familiar and relatable sonic atmosphere. Chloe's compositions draw comparisons to Allison Kraus and other great country and bluegrass pop crossovers. She'll be playing from 8:00-8:45 but also making guest appearances in the sets of others in the lineup!
Jacob's Brother, fronted by songwriter Sam Nordlinger, is also an alt-country/Americana/bluegrass-tinged affair that melds the personal and intimate into a musical legacy that feels as though it has traveled through the hills of the Ozarks and the coal mines of Kentucky and Tennessee, albeit by way of New York City. Melodic, soothing, and engaging, Jacob's Brother is not to be missed! He'll be playing from 8:45 to 9:30 and hopefully popping into other artists' lineups to lend the occasional extra guitar and backing harmony.
Samantha Louise hails from Matawan NJ. Besides being a songwriter on par with the likes of Sara Bareilles and Regina Spektfor, she is an instructor at Big Beat School of Music. She plays piano an guitar and also brings with her percussionist Will Ruland, who we hope will be dropping beats for other artists in the lineup as well. She sings like an angel and will be harmonizing with others in the lineup.
The Random Hubiak is a singer-songwriter who hails from the oil fields of western Pennsylvania and currently resides in Asbury Park NJ by way of Athens, Greece; Philadelphia, PA; Irvine, CA; and Derby, UK. HIs songs are narratives drive by loss and redemption and populated by deeply flawed characters who are nonetheless trying to do their best in this world. The tunes are piano-drive pop rock in the vein of early Tom Waits, Leon Russell, Elton John, or Billy Joel, or contemporary artists such as Ben Folds, Rufus Wainright,or Tori Amos. His lyrics have won accolades in American Songwriter Magazine (3rd place national winner for the lyrics-only contest in the January/February 2018 issue for his "Dumb as Dirt and Slick as Oil [Coal Oil Johnny's Lament]" and honorable mention a year prior for his "How the Roads Have Changed Us."