From left: Eric Himan, Stewart Lewis and Tom Goss.
I was lucky enough to see three great performers last week, and loved them all! Eric Himan Stewart Lewis, and Tom Goss all played in the area. I've been a fan of all three, and love the fact they are out and proud men making great music. They all have recent releases to promote, but even if they didn't, I'd try my best to hear them play live.
Eric was up first, playing at the World Cafe Live in Philadelphia. Since there was no one on the bill to open for him, he played an amazing 18-song set. I was in heaven, for I could listen to Eric for as long as he'd let me. Here is an overview of the evening with Eric.
For more about Eric Himan, you can visit him on his official website. You can find Supposed Unknown on iTunes and on Amazon. You can purchase the audio version of the DVD, Under The Ink, on iTunes and Amazon. To purchase the new DVD, you can shop at Eric's online store.
On Thursday, March 15, my sister and I went to the MilkBoy Coffee in Ardmore, PA, for more great music. Stewart Lewis played first, and had a fantastic 10-song set. I haven't seen Stewart for a couple of years, since he was part of the Rock The Folk Out Tour with Tom Goss and Jake Walden. He played material from his pop album, In Formation, and his recent release, the folky Stumbling For Truth. Here is a look at Stewart's set.
For more about Stewart Lewis, check out his official website. You can purchase his latest EP, Stumbling For Truth, on iTunes and Amazon. You can find his great album from 2008, In Formation, on iTunes. He also download the lovely 2010 single Get Lost on iTunes, Amazon, and CD Baby.
I just love a live show by Tom Goss, and Thursday night at MilkBoy Coffee was no exception. Tom had his brand-spankin' new album, Lost Songs And Underdogs, there, and played some of that music in the 9-song set. He was wonderful, combining song old and new. You can get a taste of the show in my video here.
You can learn more about Tom on his official website. Tom's latest, Lost Songs And Underdogs, will be available April 3rd. Turn It Around, the fantastic album released last year, on iTunes, Amazon, and CD Baby.