Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Jeff Daniels has canceled his 2020 tour. We hope to reschedule Jeff's show in 2021, but ticket-holders for the concert on Sept. 11 can apply their tickets to another show or request a refund. Call (845) 855-1300 for more information.
You know Jeff Daniels
as an award-winning actor. You might not know he’s an equally talented musician who has authored about 400 songs and played more than 300 gigs over the past 12 years, from Maine to Alaska to Californ-i-a, with his preferred venue of choice being clubs and hundred-year-old opera houses. We’re excited to welcome him back to the Towne Crier for a very special evening!
Since 2000, Jeff has played such venues as The Birchmere, Club Passim, Cafe Lena, New York City’s 54 Below and Birdland, the City Winery in New York and Nashville, The Barns at Wolf Trap, Austin’s Cactus Cafe, Ram’s Head Tavern in Annapolis, Houston’s Mucky Duck’s, the Dakota Room in Minneapolis, The Ark in Ann Arbor, Chicago’s Old School of Folk Music, Seattle’s Third Door, Alaska’s Latitude 62 in Talkeetna, as well as numerous other opera houses and PACs throughout the country.
With his son’s band, the Ben Daniels Band, he has toured both coasts. He has shared the stage with Lyle Lovett, John Hiatt, Joe Ely, Cheryl Wheeler, Guy Clark, Christine Lavin, Keb Mo’ and Bruce Hornsby. He performed at David Bromberg’s 70th Birthday Bash at NYC’s Town Hall.
In 2012, the Martin Guitar Company began selling the OM Jeff Daniels Custom Artist Edition Guitar. He also narrated their award winning documentary, “The Ballad Of The Dreadnought.”
“In 1976, I moved to New York City to become an actor. What I didn’t plan on was being so influenced by so many Off Broadway playwrights. In particular, Lanford Wilson, who would later go on to win a Pulitzer Prize for his play ‘Talley’s Folly,’” says Jeff. “Lanford taught me so much about the writing process, imagery, the love/hate relationship one has with such a solitary pursuit and the endless rewriting as you search for a better way to say it. In Hollywood, the joke is if you ask any actor what he really wants to do, he’ll say, ‘Direct.’ Not me. I wanted to write. So I did. With a guitar in my hands.”
$40 advance/ $45 at the door