Meyer Rossabi Band To Play Kenny's Castaways, 7/26
Blues guitarist and songwriter Meyer Rossabi brings his band to Kenny's Castaways in NYC. Meyer's debut CD,Blues Is The Color, has been added to playlists on FM radio stations across the USA. Blues Is The Color displays Meyer Rossabi's dynamic fretwork, soulful vocals, and songwriting skills,.Blues Is The Color features nine original songs, two covers and a bonus live track "The Sky is Crying". Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Grammy Award winning drummer Marky Ramone plays on three tracks, "World Gone Crazy, " "The Sky Is Crying" and "Crash."
Kenny's Castaways is located at 157 Bleecker Street Street in New York City. Showtime @ 8:00 PM. Free Admission. This is a 21+ show.
The Meyer Rossabi Band is drummer Paul Kane, bassist Daniel Karthak and Meyer Rossabi on guitar and vocals. Paul Kane has played in the NYC club circuit for over 15 years and has gained a reputation as one of the finest drummers in NYC. Paul Karthak is a seasoned player in the New York rock and blues scene. For more information, please go to www.meyerrossabi.com
Meyer Rossabi is a singer, composer, bues and jazz guitar player from New York City. He started playing the NYC blues circuit in the mid-90's, playing at venues such as Manny's Car Wash and the Lone Star Cafe. Influenced and inspired by artists such as Eric Clapton, Jeff Healy, George Benson, Wes Montgomery, Johnny Winter, Les Paul, and Stevie Ray Vaugn, Rossabi takes the music of his predecessors and and brings it to a new level. Known for his firey guitar solos and his smooth soulful voice, Meyer Rossabi is an exciting new voice in American music. Meyer co-wrote the song "Don't Blame Me" featuring vocals by Joan Jett.
Meyer Rossabi has worked with such bands and artists as, Gary US Bonds, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes, Chuck Berry, and has recorded with his longtime friend Marky Ramone. He is currently working on his next album, Blues The Way You Like It.
Upcoming show's include August 8th at Gizzi's Cafe, 16 8th Street in New York City at 7pm. http://www.gizzisnyc.com