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Eric Nicolas and Ann Klein


Eric Nicolas and Ann Klein

Sunday, July 30

Playing in the Tap Room

Show Time 8pm | Free | 21+


About Eric Nicolas

Eric Nicolas (guitar, vocal) grew up in Kansas, began playing music professionally in his early teens, graduated from Brown University and has worked as a performing musician ever since moving to NYC in the mid-80s. He performs regularly in New York and around the world. Eric has written, produced, toured, and recorded with his own bands Calu!Callay and Surrender Dorothy and with his big-party band Eric Nicolas & One Love, as well as with many artists including Taylor Dayne and Phoebe Snow. He is a sporadic commercial illustrator and the author of libretti for opera, the occasional academic article, and endless streams of free association. His original songs have garnered critical praise and even some money. He lives in New York and Watch Hill, where he is raising two daughters. 

About Ann Klein
Ann Klein plays guitar and mandolin and other things with strings. As a singer/songwriter, she has performed in Europe consistently for many years. She also plays house concerts all over the US and has received lots of nice press from publications such as Billboard and HARP. She has written music for three documentaries for French television and has had her music used in television shows all over the world. As an instrumentalist, credits include: Kate Pierson of the B-52s, Joan Osborne, Ani DiFranco, Darden Smith, PM Dawn, Will Lee, Natalie Imbruglia and the American Composers Orchestra. She has lent her expert guitar skills on Broadway in “Grease”, “9 to 5”, “Baby It’s You”, “Everyday Rapture”, “Kinky Boots”, “Waitress”, “Natasha Pierre and the Great Comet” and “Trip of Love”. Ann has also produced recordings for several artists with her partner, Tim Hatfield and was a MacDowell Colony grant recipient. In fall of 2005, she was a guest teacher at the Danish Rythmic Music Conservancy with 15 other teachers from NY and LA and teaches privately. She is most proud of her ability to wah wah her way out of any solo, anytime. "Somebody call the Bonnaroo bookers: This gal's as steamy as a hot July afternoon.”  Fred Mills, HARP

Earlier Event: July 29
Josi Davis & Her Next Bold Move
Later Event: August 5
Pat and the Hats