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Songwriters' Showcase featuring Don Lowe, Dan Zlotnick & Tom Heany

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Songwriters' Showcase featuring Don Lowe, Dan Zlotnick & Tom Heany
Sunday, July 30, 2017 7:00 PM
The Towne Crier Cafe, Beacon, NY
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  • Ticket Price: $7.00
  • Show Type: Singer / Songwriter
Don Lowe is a singer-songwriter of acoustic, Americana, folk music. A natural born entertainer with a quick wit, Midwest charm and theater arts degree, he easily landed the open mic hosting job at the Towne Crier, and is the on-air host of Local Heroes on Monday nights at WPWL Pawling Public Radio, in addition to performing at bars, taverns, restaurants and venues in the tri-state area.

Dan Zlotnick grew up in Somers, New York. He first picked up the guitar on his 11th birthday and taught himself to play by watching concert DVDs of Led Zeppelin, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Bruce Springsteen. Zlotnick developed his upbeat, acoustic rock style while attending college on a baseball scholarship. He found time between practices and games to perform at coffee houses and fundraising events. After college, Zlotnick kept his guitar in hand throughout a three-year professional baseball career, which brought him around the United States and Canada. Zlotnick recorded his self-titled debut EP with engineer/bassist Al Hemberger and drummer James Marchionno at The Loft Recording Studios in Bronxville, NY. Zlotnick’s music is a reflection of his classic rock and blues roots with contemporary acoustic flair. His evocative lyrics, captivating melodies and energetic performances echo the love he has for creating music and sharing it with those around him.

Tom Heany is a Hudson Valley songwriter. His songs are driven by character, story and conversation; his guitar playing blends equal parts John Hurt and George Gershwin. Away from his guitar, he has helped develop the American Music Education Initiative, advised the Boy Scouts on the requirements for the Music Merit Badge, and written for the National Guitar Workshop.

All seats $10 ($7+$3 processing online) Free to members