Yes, it’s true! This fall, the Doc Wallace Trio will record a new live album at The Cornelia Street Café in Greenwich Village. Join us for one hot live set at 6:00PM on Thursday, September 12th and another at 6:00PM on Monday, October 14th. A $15 cover charge includes one drink. Although reservations are not required, they are recommended.
A Follow-Up to a Live Album
Live at The Cornelia Street Café will be a long-overdue sequel to Live at the Living Room (2001), our first CD as a trio. In keeping with the original CD’s spirit, the new live album will consist of complete, unedited live takes. Once again, the repertoire will consist of rollicking old-time fiddling and swing tunes from the Texas fiddling tradition.
Live at the Living Room completely sold out of its first printing, but is still available for download. The entire album may now be streamed from the Doc Wallace Music YouTube channel; however, your purchases help us to fund the new record:
The Cornelia Street Café
Designated as a New York City culinary and cultural landmark, The Cornelia Street Café combines great food with over 700 stimulating performances a year. The warm ambiance and professional sound system make it an ideal venue for our jazzy, soulful music.
To get a better picture of the venue’s history and significance, please enjoy this short documentary. Learn why singer-songwriter Suzanne Vega, Tony award-winning playwright Eve Ensler, jazz musician Gerald Cleaver, and other artists love The Cornelia Street Café:
Our New Record Needs YOU!!
As you can tell from this performance at Lincoln Center, the Doc Wallace Trio definitely plays its best in the presence of friends and fans:
For that reason, we want to record our second record with YOU in the crowd at The Cornelia Street Café. Please join us for one or both nights!
-Doc Wallace 9 September 2013