Hungry for some humor, some sass, some witty tunes and some class? Then downtown darlings Erin and her Cello have the perfect show for you, on Wednesday, July 10th, 8pm at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2.
The “quirky, vivacious, and undeniably unique” (Strings Magazine) Erin and her Cello-- led by singer/songwriter and cellist, Erin Hall-- have an uncanny knack for taking an ordinary experience, and turning it into an adorable, and often hilarious, song. Plucking pizzicato bass lines through jazz, blues, 50’s & French pop; Erin and her Cello will have you tapping your toes, laughing out loud, and singing along in no time. “Sounds like? Blossom Dearie fronting They Might Be Giants.” (The Philadelphia Enquirer). Through musical stories of sobriety, Chinese food--even the allure of fresh, clean towels-- Erin and her Cello remind us not only of humor in the heart of everything, but also the poignancy of city life. “From the moment she steps on the stage, Erin is immediately and effervescently charming…it’s impossible to take your eyes off her.” (philly.com) They will be joined by their seven piece ensemble for one extraordinary set of original, effervescent music-- one night only-- at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2, on July 10th, 2013 at 8pm. To purchase tickets, click here.
Prior appearances include Joe's Pub, UCB Theater, Bryant Park, Rockwood Music Hall. Winner of the Stand Up NY Musical Comedy Contest 2009. For more information, visitwww.erinandhercello.com