Our little hill in Castro Valley
We had Adam Levy play in our great room last year in a trio - he's now coming back with another great new singer-songwriter from Nashville! Please join us if you can - details are below; you can preview the music on their websites. Click the button to register on Eventbrite so we can keep track of who's coming, and feel free to forward to others who might be interested in attending:
Join us for an intimate evening of acoustic music by two world-class singer-songwriters right here on Greenridge:
Adam Levy & Melissa Greener.
NOTE NEW DATE: Saturday, October 30 - 7pm doors, 8pm downbeat!
*Please* let us know ASAP if you register and then find you can't attend so that we can accommodate others.
Substantial munchies will be provided; please BYOB. Costumes encouraged but not required - it's Halloween weekend!
We ask that you contribute what you can, but suggest a $15-$20 donation. Both artists will also have CDs available to purchase at the concert. 25% of all proceeds will go to the local Hayward Animal Shelter.
About the artists
A super-versatile musician and songwriter, Adam Levy was the featured guitarist in Norah Jones’ Handsome Band for seven years and wrote “In the Morning” on Feels Like Home. He’s played on stage & in the studio with many other great artists including Amos Lee, Tracy Chapman & Roseanne Cash as well as working on his own myriad projects. He's currently finishing up his latest album in Oregon, produced by Mark Orton, (formerly of local Bay Area favorite Tin Hat Trio).
Adam’s website: http://www.adamlevy.com/
photo (c) 2010 Michael Winetrob
Melissa Greener is a Nashville-based artist who won the 2009 USA Songwriting Competition in the Folk category for her song "Bullets to Bite". Her second album, Dwelling, was released in April 2010 and produced by John Jennings, who has produced Grammy winning records for Mary Chapin Carpenter, and worked with Janis Ian, Iris DeMent, and the Indigo Girls.
Melissa's website: http://melissagreener.com/