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Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 7:30 PM
BANDITS ON THE RUN
Bandits on the Run is the musical trio of Adrian Enscoe, Sydney Shepherd, and Regina Strayhorn. Formed upon a chance encounter while busking in the subways of New York City, the Brooklyn based outfit has gone on to receive accolades from NPR Music’s All Songs Considered, American Songwriter, NPR Weekend Edition, and the Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project. 2020 found them busy writing and recording their EP “Now Is The Time” with producer Ryan Hadlock (Brandi Carlile, The Lumineers) and producing a short musical film “Band At The End Of The World” commissioned by NYC based Prospect Theater Company. 2022 saw them composing music for the Netflix children’s animated series “Storybots” and scoring the movie “The Same Storm”. They have been touring the globe with appearances at the Cambridge Folk Festival, Floydfest, Milwaukee Summerfest, Americanafest, the Folk Alliance and the F1 Singapore Grand Prix. Their next release will be their most collaborative yet: a self-produced EP featuring various and sundry bandit friends that explores the tensions of a world that has been broken open but is putting itself back together; it is slated for release mid 2024.
JOHN GALLAGHER JR.
You may know John Gallagher Jr. as a screen and stage actor, having won a Tony for his performance in the Broadway musical Spring Awakening (feat. the music of Duncan Sheik), and gone on to star in the musicals American Idiot (Green Day) and Swept Away (The Avett Brothers). But when it comes to his own music, that’s a bit more personal. Gallagher writes love songs – lost or unrequited, hookups and breakups, love for a place or time. His songs take you from suburban nights in Delaware, family trips to the Jersey Shore, bars across Manhattan, and all the friends and lovers in between.
He’s set to release his third full length album, “Goodbye or Something”, in Spring 2024 on Grand Phony.