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Erin Hall

Jun 24 | Thu |
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Singer, songwriter and cellist Erin Hall (formerly known as Erin and Her Cello) will return to Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2 for a live show Thursday, June 24th at 7pm.

After more than a year away from a live audience Erin Hall is back AND SHE’S READY TO PARTY. This lively evening will feature her eclectic sounds and influences, jumping from latin, funk, jazz and blues, to French pop, and will debut new songs from her upcoming EP.

Hall will be joined by bandmates Jacquelene Acevedo (David Byrne’s American Utopia) on Percussion & Backup Vox, Gabe Shuford (Repast Baroque Ensemble) on Keys, John Bollinger (The Sway Machinery) on Drums, and Adam Enright (Good Bitch Goes Down) on Back-up Vox.

Ticket Price: $20.00 Ticket Link:

ROCKWOOD MUSIC HALL COVID 19 POLICY At this time, per CDC and NY State guidance, PROOF OF FULL VACCINATION is required for entry to Rockwood Music Hall (this includes artists and staff as well). You may purchase a ticket to any Rockwood Music Hall event if you are FULLY VACCINATED, meaning you have received the 2nd of 2 doses of the Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, or 1 dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine more than 14 days prior to an event. Please read all attendance procedures (detailed HERE) prior to your visit. Valid proof of vaccination includes: 1) New York State Excelsior Pass (fill out online, then download the NYS Excelsior Pass Wallet in the app store to access your QR code at the door) - OR - 2) A CDC issued paper vaccination card

Erin has previously headlined Joe’s Pub at the Public, BAM Café, Rockwood Music Hall, Ars Nova, UCB Theater, CMJ, Pianos and more. She has opened for Tig Nataro, performed with Broad City Live and is a Member of Eliot Glazer’s Haunting Renditions. Winner of the 2009 Stand Up NY Musical Comedy Contest. She has two albums under the name Erin and Her Cello, her latest album, Great Blue, under the name Erin Hall.

“Sounds like? Blossom Dearie fronting They Might Be Giants.” (The Philadelphia Enquirer). “Quirky, Vivacious, and undeniably unique.” (Strings Magazine)

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Rockwood Music Hall is located at 196 Allen Street, New York, NY 10002 Btw Houston and Stanton * F Train to 2nd Avenue


Venue: Rockwood Music Hall

196 Allen Street Map