I’m super excited to be part of the Led Zeppelin Engagement 2.0. Playing version 1.0 on the waterfront was amazing (you can watch me playing drums on “Hey, Hey, What Can I Do? on YouTube), but I suspect bringing this event indoors to Maxwell’s will make it rock even harder. The event features over 30 local musicians coming together to play the music of Led Zeppelin. Don’t miss it!
Saturday, October 28th Led Zeppelin Engagement 2.0
1039 Washington Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030
8pm RSVP on Facebook >>
On none other than Robert Plant’s 69th Birthday, I will be part of a group of over 30 local musicians celebrating the music of Led Zeppelin. Organized by Jaime De Jesus of ALEO Music, this event will be a great cap to your summer weekend. As the sun sets, watch us play in front of the New York City skyline in Hoboken’s Frank Sinatra Park. 6pm. Free for all ages. I’ll be playing drums on Four Sticks and Hey, Hey, What Can I Do?
Can’t wait! Hope you can join us.
Sunday, August 20th The Led Zeppelin Engagement
Frank Sinatra Park (on the Waterfront)
Hoboken, NJ 07030
I’m honored to be playing with 35 musicians gathering on the waterfront in front of the Manhattan skyline to pay tribute to the late, great David Bowie. this is going to be an event to remember. Don’t miss it!
Wharton Spring Concert Series. Hugh Force Canal Park. Wharton, NJ. July 19, 2015.
This was technically the “Spring” concert series. But after the first date was cancelled due to rain, the reschedule date wound up on the hottest day of the year so far! I sweated through my shirt entirely, but nonetheless had a blast playing outdoors in a beautiful setting for a super attentive crowd.
We are playing a wedding this weekend and then our next show is on Wednesday, August 19th in Cape May, NJ at the historic Chalfonte Hotel.
The Toll Collectors are back at it again! This time we’ve got your entire Saturday night covered. We’re playing three sets! Join us for a collection of covers and originals… It’s basically every song we know how to play. This is going to be a really fun show. Be sure not to miss it.
Saturday, July 11th Christina Alessi & the Toll Collectors Finnegan’s
734 Willow Ave.
First, a solo acoustic show at Bowery Electric. Sunday, March 15th. This place had a great vibe and an even better sound system and sound guy.
Performing at Bowery Electric. 3/15/15
Setlist. Bowery Electric. 3/15/15
Pete’s Candy Store
Second, a duo performance with singer/songwriter Shayfer James at the picturesque Pete’s Candy Store in Brooklyn, NY.
Pete’s Candy Store with Shayfer James. 3/18/15.
My view from behind the kit. Pete’s Candy Store. 3/18/15.
Setlist. Pete’s Candy Store. 3/18/15.
Third, I played with Christina Alessi and the Toll Collectors at Northern Soul in Hoboken, NJ. It’s always a blast to play with these guys. This was such a great show!
Christina and the Toll Collectors. Northern Soul. 3/19/15.
Jonathan Andrew and I rocking out. Northern Soul. 3/19/15.
Christina and the Toll Collectors. Setlist. 3/19/15.
Espresso Joe’s Guitar Pull
I finished up the week with a unique show on Saturday, March 21st – A Guitar Pull sponsored by blowupradio.com. I had a fantastic time getting to meet and share the stage with David Bronson and Mike Regrets.
We took turns playing songs, talking about writing, recording, and everything in between. I always enjoy playing at Espresso Joe’s. Not only because they hosted my photography for a month back in November, but because the audience is top notch. They sit, listen, and pay attention to the show for the entire duration. It’s such a joy to see places like this still exist and I’m always so happy to play there.