Catweazle review: Dec. 16, 2010

The last ‘weazle of 2010 brought out many hearty songers and beats with an extra dose of debauchery. You had to be there in person for the grittiest of it, but here’s a taste: Elizabeth with an autoharp, the–to borrow the colloquialism–‘ill rhymes’ we experienced, cacophonous solstice singalong (foreshadow of the amateur but vigorous caroling which ended the night), and acapella by Mari-Jon.

And then the eclipse.


About Catweazle NYC

Calling all singers, songers, ranters, ravers, poets and lovers... A weekly gathering of folks listening to other folks' voices. Catweazle Club is NYC's newest acoustic open performance space. Anyone is welcome to perform---signup is at 7:30pm at the door. Performers get in FREE. Listeners only $5. Good drinks from $2! WHEN: EVERY Thursday, doors/signup 7:30pm WHERE: A Gathering of the Tribes Gallery in an apartment at 285 E 3rd st. Manhattan NY. (2nd floor) WHO: Each week, in addition to open performance slots, we feature one or two sets by incredible acoustic artists. Hosted by Chris Faroe and Cal Folger Day
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One Response to Catweazle review: Dec. 16, 2010

  1. Tiffany says:

    This Elizabeth chick rocks. Has she come back? Is she coming back? I need her. And I need an autoharp.

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