Spooky Ghost (Gerry Leonard solo), Adrien Reju

06
/ Dec
Sunday
2015

Spooky Ghost (Gerry Leonard solo), Adrien Reju

Venue
Front Room
Time
07:00 pm
Price
$10 (no adv tix)

Output Agency Ltd. presents

Spooky Ghost (the solo project of guitarist Gerry Leonard)
w/ special guest Adrien Reju!

$10 (no adv tix) || 18+ || 7PM DOORS // 7:30 SHOW

Spooky Ghost is the solo stage name of renowned guitarist, producer and songwriter, Gerry Leonard. Gerry has a history of creative collaborations with David Bowie, Suzanne Vega, Rufus Wainwright and many other top artists.

He Will play a set of his own haunting Spooky Ghost compositions and other songs with which he is associated at BSP Kingston, building layers of exquisite sound using loops and sonic textures. This is Gerry’s first solo gig in upstate NY

“Quite the most beautiful and moving pieces of work I have possessed in a long time.” – David Bowie on 2002’s The Light Machine by Spooky Ghost

http://gerryleonardspookyghost.com/

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With years of sharing the stage with artists like Neko Case, Rachael Yamagata, Nicole Atkins, Gillian Welch, Linda Rondstadt, and Amos Lee, Adrien continues to build an evolving and impressive career in music. Now she’s expanding her art into new realms with the release of her latest studio project, Strange Love & the Secret Language. an album being billed as “a collection of unconventional love songs,” released on Zip Records, August 7th. The album was recorded in Woodstock with the production duo The Elegant Too (P. Diddy, Yoko Ono, John Cale) and offers listeners a lush, deeply textured pop record that has already caught the attention of WDST and WXPN (Philadelphia), and finds Reju in the company of fellow Woodstock artists A.C. Newman (The New Pornographers) and Marco Benevento. In addition to her striking original songs, Reju also covers tunes by David Bowie, Elliot Smith, and Prince.

Raised in New York City as the only daughter of a cellist/composer and music teacher/book editor, Woodstock, New York singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Adrien Reju credits her parents and their upbringing as major contributors to her musicality and integrity as a writer and working musician. As a performer, Adrien got her start in Philadelphia running with a close-knit scene of budding songwriters including Blue Note artist Amos Lee and to date, she has also released a 5-song EP, Lucky Ones (2012) and a full length LP, A Million Hearts (2009) to critical acclaim and regular rotation on such Triple A radio programs as WXPN’s World Cafe with David Dye.

http://adrienreju.com/