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LIVE MUSIC & EVENTS

Live Entertainment
   Come see your favorite artists as you've never seen them before.
   An intimate indoor setting with state of the art sound right in your backyard.

  • 2 Professionally equipped and operated music venues
  • Comfortable Cabaret seating for all our guests
  • Fully stocked wine, cheese, and snack bars
  • Ample, free onsite parking
Please review our Live Music FAQs prior to your purchase.
A service charge of $5.00 will be added for each ticket. Refreshments and wine will be available for purchase; please do not bring outside food or beverage. Our venue offers reserved seating.

Duncan Sheik

Saturday, February 7, 2015
Doors 7:00PM, Showtime 8:00PM

Duncan Sheik, known for his hit song "Barely Breathing", will be here on Saturday February 7 for a pleasurable evening of music.
$50.00 Qty

Cash is King
An Extraordinary Recreation of Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Three!
Valentine's Day Show!

Saturday, February 14, 2015
Doors 7:00PM, Showtime 8:00PM

Also available for this show, we have "Cupid's Plate for 2," a bountiful plate of great food available. See menu below.
Legendary country rebel Johnny Cash comes to life in the re-creation show "Cash Is King". With a career spanning half a century and countless hits, including "Folsom Prison Blues," "I Walk the Line" and "Ring of Fire," and the list goes on. The Man in Black became a musical icon. Now you can experience the father of Outlaw Country as he was in his prime, from his Sun Records days to his historic concert at Folsom Prison. Singer Brian Chicoine captures Cash's trademark baritone, while his band delivers the infectious, driving rhythm of the Tennessee Three. Of course, it wouldn't be a Johnny Cash show without Mrs. Cash, June Carter, brought to life by Vicky St. Pierre on such classic duets as "Jackson." With authentic costumes and stories from Cash's eventful life, Cash Is King is the true Johnny Cash experience.
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Cupid's Plate for 2 includes:
2 Mini Shots Soup
Shrimp Cocktails
Individual Beef Wellington
Assorted Cheese, Charcuterie, and antipasti
Chocolates
$45 and is enough for 2
Reserved Seating  $30.00 Qty
Add Cupid Plate for 2  $40.00 Qty

Leon Russell
With Riley Ethridge Jr. Supporting
SOLD OUT

Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Doors 7:00PM, Showtime 8:00PM

SOLD OUT
With Riley Ethridge Jr supporting.
Leon Russell will be coming to the New Hope Winery for the first time on Wednesday, February 18. For those of you unfamiliar with Leon Russell, he is an American singer-songwriter that has been active since 1956! Some of his best known songs are "A Song for You" and "A Stranger in a Strange Land." This will be one phenomenal show, so be sure to buy your tickets early.
SOLD OUT  $0.00 Qty

All Heart
A Heart Tribute

Saturday, February 21, 2015
Doors 7:00PM, Showtime 8:00PM

ALL HEART rocks the house with ALL the best of HEART!
Originally founded in Toronto; All Heart had a successful touring run in Canada in the 80s and 90s. Continuous demand for the timeless music of HEART called ALL HEART back to rock the USA! Fans of HEART are delighted with a carefully crafted show that is energetic, fun and authentic to both the recorded music and live performances of HEART. Audiences enjoy a special bonus when ALL HEART rips into a very special medley. It is a tribute to Led Zeppelin that is enthusiastically received with surprise and delight and a whole lotta HEART!
$30.00 Qty

Griffin House

Saturday, March 7, 2015
Doors 7:00PM, Showtime 8:00PM

Although Springfield Ohio native Griffin House didn't begin playing guitar and writing songs until he was 18, the power of his music struck an emotional connection with audiences immediately. "The athletic gifted House shocked his family by turning down a golf scholarship to focus on a new like making music. Sports were really a big part of me and how I grew up, he says. So deciding not to take that scholarship was a turning point for me in choosing a new path for myself, a new life making music. There were some issues to deal with first, however  he couldn't play the guitar he'd bought from and friend, nor had he ever written a song."
Proceeds go to the Youth Orchestra of Bucks County.
VIP Section Seating  $35.00 Qty
Reserved Seating  $25.00 Qty

Al Stewart
Saturday Show

Saturday, March 21, 2015
Doors 7:00PM, Showtime 8:00PM

Al Stewart will be returning to the New Hope Winery on March 21. For this show, there will be an opportunity to experience a food and wine pairing beforehand of four of Al's favorite wines paired with exceptional food. The wine tasting is from 6-7PM right before the concert, and is presented by Al Stewart and our resident wine connoisseur, Mike Conti. Tickets for the wine tasting are limited.
Wine Tasting & VIP Seating  $105.00 Qty
Reserved Seating  $35.00 Qty

Al Stewart
Sunday Show

Sunday, March 22, 2015
Doors 5:00PM, Showtime 6:00PM

This is for the Sunday Show.
Glasgow native Al Stewart began his career playing guitar in Tony Blackburns band the Sabres, and moved from there to the London folk club scene. Year of the Cat (1976) spun off two Top 20 hits (the indelible title song and On the Border) en route to becoming a million-selling release itself. 1978s Time Passages, repeated the success of its predecessor, selling a million copies and yielding the Top 10 title track and Top 30 single, Song on the Radio.
VIP Seating  $45.00 Qty
Reserved Seating  $35.00 Qty

Mary Fahl
formerly of October Project

Saturday, April 11, 2015
Doors 7:00PM, Showtime 8:00PM

Returning to New Hope Winery once again is Mary Fahl, with her new CD Love and Gravity.
Sounding like no other singer of her generation (Allmusic.com), Mary Fahl is an expressive, emotional singer/songwriter who first achieved fame as lead singer and co-founder of the mid-90s chamber-pop group OCTOBER PROJECT. Fahls elegant, cinematic songs draw on classical and world music sources, American art song, as well as thinking mans folk-pop. She sings in an earthy, viscerally powerful contralto that Boston Globe critic Steve Morse calls "a voice for the gods that can transport listeners to other realms. Since her "October Project" days, Fahl has recorded solo albums for Sony Classical and V2 Records. She has written and performed songs for several major motion pictures, including the lead song (Going Home) for the Warner Bros. Civil War epic Gods and Generals. In this solo performance, she will perform a number of those songs, several new works, as well as an October Project song or two.
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Mary Fahl is an expressive, emotional singer/songwriter who first achieved fame as lead singer and co-founder of the mid-1990s cult band October Project, an East Coast folk-rock/adult alternative outfit that recorded two poetic albums for Epic: its self-titled debut album of 1993; and its 1995 encore effort, Falling Farther In, selling over 300,000 abums. Following her days with October Project, Fahl embarked upon a solo career and was finally able to blossom as a songwriter. In 2001, she released an EP, Lenses of Contact (Roughmix Records) and in 2003, she released her acclaimed Sony Classical album The Other Side of Time. One of the songs (Going Home) from this album was featured as the lead song for the Civil War Epic Gods and Generals and another (Dawning of the Day) was showcased in the film The Guys, a moving saga of a 9/11 fire captain. The Boston Herald raved The Other Side of Time is a brilliantly conceived album of broad proportions& and that Mary Fahl has created a lush, orchestral, cinematic debut.
The one constant in Marys varied career is a deeply passionate, soul-searching voice that cannot be doubted. It is a signature voice  Allmusic.com calls her a completely unique artist of her era  and it is transcendently heard on a newly-released, stunning interpretation of Pink Floyds Dark Side of the Moon album. Along with producers Mark Doyle and David Werner, Mary has seemingly done the impossible by taking an iconic record that was in Billboards Top 200 for 14 years and giving it her indelible stamp. Their accomplishment should appeal to even the most hardened Floyd fan.
Mary defies stereotypes and that may be her greatest strength. To quote Variety: She could have stepped out of a Pre-Raphaelite painting &.. Her voice is similarly classic  a powerful, beautifully proportioned contralto that retains its round, effortless tones throughout her range&..shes earthier than Enya, more nuanced than Celine Dion and avoids the bloodless goth of Lisa Gerrard. With a myriad of powerful new songs that shes written over the past few months, coupled with a mix of songs from her recorded albums, Fahl is back on tour, continuing to take audiences on a journey of emotional discovery and transport listeners to other realms (Boston Globe).
$35.00 Qty

Kim Richey

Friday, April 17, 2015
Doors 7:00PM, Showtime 8:00PM

Those artists who find themselves stuck in the deepest of ruts two decades into their careers could learn a thing or two from veteran singer-songwriter Kim Richey. Shes never been afraid to go where the inspiration is.
Two-time Grammy-nominated Kim is a storyteller; a weaver of emotions and a tugger of heartstrings. Tender, poetic and aching with lifes truths, Kims songs transport you to her world, where words paint pictures and melodies touch the soul. And then theres her voice. Pure, arresting and honest, it makes you take notice; Kim has the kind of voice where if emotions were ribbons, theyd be streaming in rainbow colours from your iPod.
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Early on, the Zanesville, Ohio native thrived on the progressive side of mainstream country, her albums (1995s Kim Richey, 1997s Bittersweet and 1999s Glimmer, all on Mercury) showcasing twang-pop sensibilities, a rich, rounded vocal tone and effortlessly sophisticated songwriting that other discerning performers - Radney Foster, Trisha Yearwood and Pam Tillis to name a few - coveted for their own recordings.
In the years since, Kim has made her subtly psychedelic album Rise (Lost Highway) in Los Angeles with producer Bill Bottrell, flown to London to enlist the help of Giles Martin and emerging with the crisply orchestrated Chinese Boxes (Vanguard) and turned to her East Nashville-based bandleader and frequent co-writer Neilson Hubbard to conjure the earthy indie-pop feel of Wreck Your Wheels (Lojinx/Thirty Tigers) and to complete her latest masterpiece of smart, sensual understatement Thorn In My Heart (Lojinx/Yep Roc).
The array of top-tier guests on the album include Jason Isbell, Wilcos Pat Sansone, My Morning Jackets Carl Broemel, Will Kimbrough and Yearwood, who was, for the first time, returning the harmony-singing favor. And the dozen songs themselves show that Richeys still dreaming up fetching melodies that arc and bend in unexpected ways, and still discovering fresh angles from which to articulate matters of the heart.
$25.00 Qty

The Smithereens
Saturday Show!

Saturday, April 18, 2015
Doors 7:00PM, Showtime 8:00PM

This is for the Saturday Show
"I think it's as good as anything we've ever done," Pat DiNizio says of Smithereens 2011, the Smithereens' first album of original songs in 11 years.
"I hate to use the term 'comeback album,' and it certainly wasn't planned that way, but it really feels like it," adds his longtime bandmate Jim Babjak. "It has the raw vibe of our early albums, while showing that we're moving forward and that we're still at the top of our game after 31 years."
Indeed, the 13-song set shows the New Jersey-bred quartet to be making some of the most urgent music of their three-decade career, delivering their timeless brand of punchy, heartfelt rock 'n' roll with as much fire as ever. Such instantly memorable new tunes as "Sorry," "One Look At You," "A World of Our Own" and "Rings On Her Fingers" exemplify the Smithereens' trademark brand of punchy melodic songcraft, driven home by DiNizio's expressive vocals and emotionally complex lyrics, along with fiery ensemble performances that show off the uncanny musical chemistry of longstanding musical partners DiNizio, Babjak and Dennis Diken, and later addition Severo "the Thrilla" Jornacion, who joined in 2006.
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Pat DiNiziovocals, guitar
Jim Babjakguitar, vocals
Dennis Dikendrums, vocals
Severo "the Thrilla" Jornacion - bass

Smithereens 2011's title slyly acknowledges the fact that it's the band's 11th studio album, and that it's been 11 years since their last collection of original material. The album's monikeras well as its cover designalso pays tribute to the foursome's beloved 1989 release Smithereens 11. Smithereens 2011 also reunites the group with revered producer and kindred musical spirit Don Dixon, who was at the helm for the Smithereens' breakthrough 1986 debut album Especially for You and its much-loved 1988 follow-up Green Thoughts, as well as 1994's acclaimed A Date with the Smithereens. The band inaugurated the new album's birth cycle by spending a month hammering their new compositions into shape at the same 12-dollar-an-hour East Village rehearsal space where they'd rehearsed in the 1980s. They then recorded the bulk of Smithereens 2011 in an action-packed three days with Dixon and his frequent collaborator Mitch Easter, who served as the album's engineer, at Easter's legendary Fidelitorium studio in Kernersville, North Carolina. "We pretty much picked up where we left off with Don," Diken notes. "He's a super musical guy with great ears, and he has lots of good ideas for the arrangements. He knows our strengths as individuals and as a team, and he has the know-how to capture the essence of who we are and what we do. But basically, he puts us in the studio, mics us up and lets us go to work." After the band returned from North Carolina, additional recording was done at DiNizio's house in Scotch Plains, New Jersey. "There was no pressure, no rush," says DiNizio. "We didn't have a deadline, so the album was allowed to evolve organically and find its own level." The resulting album is a consistently riveting distillation of the qualities that set the Smithereens apart from the pack when they first emerged in the 1980s, and which have continued to endear the band to a large and fiercely loyal fan base in the years since. The Smithereens' three-decade history is a story of substance, integrity and persistence triumphing over shallow artifice and transient trendinessof hard-working underdogs achieving success on their own terms by sticking to their guns and ignoring the dictates of pop fashion and music-industry convention. Jim Babjak, Dennis Diken and original bassist Mike Mesaros grew up in Carteret, New Jersey, forging a friendship as teenagers through a mutual love of '60s rock 'n' roll and other vintage sounds. After meeting the similarly inclined DiNizio, the four formed the Smithereens, and won some local renown with a pair of independently released EPs, 1980's Girls About Town and 1983's Beauty and Sadness. The Smithereens were already a seasoned live act by the time they achieved surprise commercial success in 1986 with their first full album Especially for You, with spawned the MTV hits "Blood and Roses" and "Behind the Wall of Sleep." The band continued to reap considerable airplay, critical acclaim and fan loyalty with the subsequent longplayers Green Thoughts, Smithereens 11, Blow Up, A Date with The Smithereens and God Save The Smithereens, which yielded such enduring numbers as "Only a Memory," "House We Used to Live In," "Drown in My Own Tears" and "A Girl Like You." Smithereens 2011 caps an extended period during which the Smithereens limited their recording efforts to a series of thematic releases that paid homage to the group's formative influences. They tipped their collective hat to the Beatles with the twin Fab Four tributes Meet The Smithereens! and B-Sides The Beatles, and honored The Who with The Smithereens Play Tommy. The band also delivered a memorable seasonal set with the holiday-themed Christmas with the Smithereens, and affirmed its status as one of rock's most powerful performing units with Live In Concert!, recorded on stage in the band's home state. "I didn't realize how fast the time flew by since the last time we made a record of our own songs," Babjak observes. "But we never stopped playing live, and we've released five albums in the past four years, so it's not like we haven't been working." The band members also engaged in an array of extracurricular projects during the years between God Save the Smithereens, their previous collection of originals, and Smithereens 2011. DiNizio released a string of solo albums, became a satellite-radio personality, and emerged as a pioneer in the house-concert field by playing solo acoustic shows in fans' homes. Babjak worked with his side combo Buzzed Meg. Diken released an album with his new project Dennis Diken with Bell Sound, played on album by a variety of artists ranging from Tommy James and Ronnie Spector to the Minus 5 and Amy Rigby, and put his encyclopedic knowledge of pop history to work on a multitude of writing projects. Through it all, the Smithereens have maintained a busy performing schedule, preserving their reputation as one of rock's hardest-working live bands, and continuing to thrill the devoted fan base that's stuck with them over the years. "These days, the band is playing as well as we've ever played, with more focus and more intensity," DiNizio asserts, adding, "We still feel like we have something to prove. We have to hit a grand slam every night, and we have to be twice as good as bands half our age. And we've got this body of work that spans over 30 years, so we'll play at least two, two-and-a-half hours every night and bang through the songs like a freight train." The same qualities that have endeared the Smithereens to their fans over the yearsand allowed the band to outlast the various fads and trends have come and gone during that timeare prominent on Smithereens 2011, which marks the beginning of an exciting new phase for the band. "We really played our hearts out when we recorded these songs, and I think that that comes across on the album," Diken says. "We have a lot of fans who've been with us since the beginning. But I've also been amazed at how many people at our recent shows have told us that they were seeing us for the first time. I think that this record will speak to both generations." "One of the beautiful things about this new record is that now, in the current musicindustry environment, we can do exactly what we want to do," DiNizio states. "Radio as we knew it in 1986 no longer exists, so we don't have to think about making things acceptable for the radio. The rulebook has been thrown away, which liberates us to just make the records that we want to hear. That's basically what we've always done, but now the gloves are really off."
VIP Reserved Seating  $45.00 Qty
Reserved Seating  $35.00 Qty

The Smithereens
Sunday Show!

Sunday, April 19, 2015
Doors 5:00PM, Showtime 6:00PM

This is for the Sunday Show
"I think it's as good as anything we've ever done," Pat DiNizio says of Smithereens 2011, the Smithereens' first album of original songs in 11 years.
"I hate to use the term 'comeback album,' and it certainly wasn't planned that way, but it really feels like it," adds his longtime bandmate Jim Babjak. "It has the raw vibe of our early albums, while showing that we're moving forward and that we're still at the top of our game after 31 years."
Indeed, the 13-song set shows the New Jersey-bred quartet to be making some of the most urgent music of their three-decade career, delivering their timeless brand of punchy, heartfelt rock 'n' roll with as much fire as ever. Such instantly memorable new tunes as "Sorry," "One Look At You," "A World of Our Own" and "Rings On Her Fingers" exemplify the Smithereens' trademark brand of punchy melodic songcraft, driven home by DiNizio's expressive vocals and emotionally complex lyrics, along with fiery ensemble performances that show off the uncanny musical chemistry of longstanding musical partners DiNizio, Babjak and Dennis Diken, and later addition Severo "the Thrilla" Jornacion, who joined in 2006.
More Info >
Pat DiNiziovocals, guitar
Jim Babjakguitar, vocals
Dennis Dikendrums, vocals
Severo "the Thrilla" Jornacion - bass

Smithereens 2011's title slyly acknowledges the fact that it's the band's 11th studio album, and that it's been 11 years since their last collection of original material. The album's monikeras well as its cover designalso pays tribute to the foursome's beloved 1989 release Smithereens 11. Smithereens 2011 also reunites the group with revered producer and kindred musical spirit Don Dixon, who was at the helm for the Smithereens' breakthrough 1986 debut album Especially for You and its much-loved 1988 follow-up Green Thoughts, as well as 1994's acclaimed A Date with the Smithereens. The band inaugurated the new album's birth cycle by spending a month hammering their new compositions into shape at the same 12-dollar-an-hour East Village rehearsal space where they'd rehearsed in the 1980s. They then recorded the bulk of Smithereens 2011 in an action-packed three days with Dixon and his frequent collaborator Mitch Easter, who served as the album's engineer, at Easter's legendary Fidelitorium studio in Kernersville, North Carolina. "We pretty much picked up where we left off with Don," Diken notes. "He's a super musical guy with great ears, and he has lots of good ideas for the arrangements. He knows our strengths as individuals and as a team, and he has the know-how to capture the essence of who we are and what we do. But basically, he puts us in the studio, mics us up and lets us go to work." After the band returned from North Carolina, additional recording was done at DiNizio's house in Scotch Plains, New Jersey. "There was no pressure, no rush," says DiNizio. "We didn't have a deadline, so the album was allowed to evolve organically and find its own level." The resulting album is a consistently riveting distillation of the qualities that set the Smithereens apart from the pack when they first emerged in the 1980s, and which have continued to endear the band to a large and fiercely loyal fan base in the years since. The Smithereens' three-decade history is a story of substance, integrity and persistence triumphing over shallow artifice and transient trendinessof hard-working underdogs achieving success on their own terms by sticking to their guns and ignoring the dictates of pop fashion and music-industry convention. Jim Babjak, Dennis Diken and original bassist Mike Mesaros grew up in Carteret, New Jersey, forging a friendship as teenagers through a mutual love of '60s rock 'n' roll and other vintage sounds. After meeting the similarly inclined DiNizio, the four formed the Smithereens, and won some local renown with a pair of independently released EPs, 1980's Girls About Town and 1983's Beauty and Sadness. The Smithereens were already a seasoned live act by the time they achieved surprise commercial success in 1986 with their first full album Especially for You, with spawned the MTV hits "Blood and Roses" and "Behind the Wall of Sleep." The band continued to reap considerable airplay, critical acclaim and fan loyalty with the subsequent longplayers Green Thoughts, Smithereens 11, Blow Up, A Date with The Smithereens and God Save The Smithereens, which yielded such enduring numbers as "Only a Memory," "House We Used to Live In," "Drown in My Own Tears" and "A Girl Like You." Smithereens 2011 caps an extended period during which the Smithereens limited their recording efforts to a series of thematic releases that paid homage to the group's formative influences. They tipped their collective hat to the Beatles with the twin Fab Four tributes Meet The Smithereens! and B-Sides The Beatles, and honored The Who with The Smithereens Play Tommy. The band also delivered a memorable seasonal set with the holiday-themed Christmas with the Smithereens, and affirmed its status as one of rock's most powerful performing units with Live In Concert!, recorded on stage in the band's home state. "I didn't realize how fast the time flew by since the last time we made a record of our own songs," Babjak observes. "But we never stopped playing live, and we've released five albums in the past four years, so it's not like we haven't been working." The band members also engaged in an array of extracurricular projects during the years between God Save the Smithereens, their previous collection of originals, and Smithereens 2011. DiNizio released a string of solo albums, became a satellite-radio personality, and emerged as a pioneer in the house-concert field by playing solo acoustic shows in fans' homes. Babjak worked with his side combo Buzzed Meg. Diken released an album with his new project Dennis Diken with Bell Sound, played on album by a variety of artists ranging from Tommy James and Ronnie Spector to the Minus 5 and Amy Rigby, and put his encyclopedic knowledge of pop history to work on a multitude of writing projects. Through it all, the Smithereens have maintained a busy performing schedule, preserving their reputation as one of rock's hardest-working live bands, and continuing to thrill the devoted fan base that's stuck with them over the years. "These days, the band is playing as well as we've ever played, with more focus and more intensity," DiNizio asserts, adding, "We still feel like we have something to prove. We have to hit a grand slam every night, and we have to be twice as good as bands half our age. And we've got this body of work that spans over 30 years, so we'll play at least two, two-and-a-half hours every night and bang through the songs like a freight train." The same qualities that have endeared the Smithereens to their fans over the yearsand allowed the band to outlast the various fads and trends have come and gone during that timeare prominent on Smithereens 2011, which marks the beginning of an exciting new phase for the band. "We really played our hearts out when we recorded these songs, and I think that that comes across on the album," Diken says. "We have a lot of fans who've been with us since the beginning. But I've also been amazed at how many people at our recent shows have told us that they were seeing us for the first time. I think that this record will speak to both generations." "One of the beautiful things about this new record is that now, in the current musicindustry environment, we can do exactly what we want to do," DiNizio states. "Radio as we knew it in 1986 no longer exists, so we don't have to think about making things acceptable for the radio. The rulebook has been thrown away, which liberates us to just make the records that we want to hear. That's basically what we've always done, but now the gloves are really off."
VIP Reserved Seating  $45.00 Qty
Reserved Seating  $35.00 Qty

Livingston Taylor

Saturday, April 25, 2015
Doors 7:00PM, Showtime 8:00PM

Livingston Taylor picked up his first guitar at the age of thirteen, beginning a forty-year career that has encompassed performance, songwriting and teaching. Born in Boston and raised in North Carolina, Livingston is the fourth child in a very musical family that includes Alex, James, Kate and Hugh. Livingston recorded his first record at 18 and has continued to create well-crafted, introspective and original songs that have earned him listeners worldwide.
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From top-forty hits I Will Be in Love with You and Ill Come Running, to I Can Dream of You and Boatman both recorded by his brother James, Livingstons creative output has continued unabated. His musical knowledge has inspired a varied repertoire, and he is equally at home with a range of musical genresfolk, pop, gospel, jazzand from upbeat storytelling to touching ballads.
Livingston has never stopped performing since those early coffeehouse days, touring with major artists such as Linda Ronstadt, Jimmy Buffett and Jethro Tull, and he maintains a busy concert schedule of over eighty shows a year. He is a natural performer, peppering his shows with personal stories, anecdotes and ineffable warmth that connect him to his fans. His relaxed on-stage presence belies the depth of his musical knowledge, and fans might just as often be treated to a classic Gershwin or something from the best of Broadway.
As a full professor at Berklee College of Music since 1989, Livingston shares his experiences and knowledge of professional touring with young artists, just beginning to hone their skills. His course, Stage Performance (I and II) is one of the most popular at the College, and it gives him the ideal forum in which to impart the lessons learned through his own career to a new generation of musicians. His book, Stage Performance, is drawn from those classes.
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