Nat Osborn, Aimee Bayles, Darren Mastropaolo
185 Orchard St.
New York, NY, 10002
Doors 9:30 PM / Show 10:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Described as “irresistible” by Consequence of Sound, Nat Osborn “writes smart, punchy tunes that blend old-school Gershwin-era song craft with decidedly modern sensibilities” (Popdose).
Osborn was born in and lives in New York City. The city’s endless energy is in his blood, whatever part of the world he’s performing in. Nat’s style is, like New York, an eclectic mix of influences though you can be sure that passion, soul, and honesty flow through each note and lyric.
Largely known as the leader of the international touring act Nat Osborn Band, he’s also a compelling and accomplished solo performer.
Expect to hear a unique blend of old school soul, inventive and masterful piano playing, powerful vocals, and tinges of jazz, broadway, and even classical all centered around smart, catchy pop songs and a captivating voice.
Aimee Bayles is a singer, songwriter and recording artist based in New York City. Her latest release, Enough, showcases a collection of original songs about her life in the city and her rural southern roots. Originally from Virginia, her soulful, vocally-driven music is influenced by both an upbringing in southern choral music and her training as an opera singer. Aimee’s sound is inflected with inspirations from Patty Griffin, Gillian Welch, Neil Young, Norah Jones, Dolly Parton and Alison Krauss. She performs regularly at venues in New York City, including Rockwood Music Hall. Enough features Nat Osborn on Piano, Stu Mahan on Bass, Seth Johnson on Guitar, and Nick Falk on drums. Recorded at Rustic Studios in Portland Maine and Chiller Sound in New York, mixed by Danielle Warman of Chiller Sound (Bruce Springsteen, Phish), and mastered by Joe LaPorta (David Bowie).
Darren Mastropaolo is a singer songwriter based out of Brooklyn NY. His debut EP "Salt from a Silver Spoon" paints a soulful acoustic landscape of what it feels like to be a 20-something in NYC and all of the wonderful and horrible change that it takes to learn how to be a person.
$12.00 - $15.00
GA Seated || PLEASE NOTE: There is a TWO DRINK MINIMUM in the room.
Advance tickets are available online until 5:30PM, day of show. Any remaining tickets can be purchased at the door at showtime.