We're thawing out from winter, so I'm ready to come out and play some more music! Join us at an Illusion of Infrastructure show at Goldsounds in Brooklyn on May 10, and then for a very special Elisa birthday show at Arlene's Grocery in Manhattan on June 20! Detail are on the Calendar page.
I'll be taking the stage a couple of times in February!
Then on Sunday February 26, Jon Sobel and I will play and sing on each other's songs at the most excellent Mike Risko Music School in Ossining, NY. The night starts at 7pm.
Check out the Calendar page for details & maps.
The year winds to a close with "A Very Merry Chick-mas," a gathering of the infamous Chicks With Dip, who wowed fans with the hugely successful recording and tour of "Joni Mitchell's Blue: A 40th Anniversary Celebration." We'll be coming to Rockwood Music Hall on Dec. 16 at 8pm to celebrate holidays with traditional and surprising repertoire.
Then I'll be joining my cohorts in the roots-rock band Whisperado, to play a couple of shows. We'll be at Parkside Lounge on the Lower East Side in Manhattan on December 29, and in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn on January 21. Check out the Calendar to get all the details.
See you out there!
Thanks to New York Music Daily for this amazing review of Inside the Glass! They say "Singer/keyboardist Elisa Peimer is a lot smarter, and edgier, and funnier than your typical folk-pop songwriter. She has a distinctive, soul-infused, slightly throaty delivery, has a way with a classic pop hook and also a devastating wit." I'm blushing! Read the whole review here!
I had an amazing time yesterday hanging out with Ron Olesko on his show "Traditions" on WFDU-FM in New Jersey. We talked about the new album, the record release show this Sunday, and my love of Broadway show tunes and AM pop radio. Plus, I played some acoustic versions of songs from Inside the Glass. You can listen to the whole show at Soundcloud here.
I got my first album review for the new release! Acoustic Live says "Peimer’s voice conveys enormous emotional presence...She convinces us that she’s a force to be taken seriously."