Aaron Gammon

Mon August 15 @ 7:30 PM
Heaven Can Wait
Ages 21 and Up
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Apollo Flowerchild
Apollo Flowerchild is an NYC-based indie-folk/rock multi-instrumentalist. They have been writing music for the last 5 years and has developed their sound to cover complexity, with a sense of soulful beauty. Their voice is like spring after a long winter, holding the pain and soul of Brisk Snow, gently emerging from the frost the promise of a softer warmer tomorrow.

Aaron Gammon
A Bob Dylan fan from Canarsie-picked up a harmonica and a guitar-Has been really annoying ever since. I play a lot of folk covers and in the spirit of folk I rearrange some verses-add in new ones and record some originals. Play guitar and Harmonica at the same time-sing-occasionally dance and sometimes funny.

Dan Saulpaugh
Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Dan Saulpaugh's music defies genre, merging singer-songwriter folk with modern jazz and classical guitar.

Saulpaugh sings about the sublime moments that lurk in the mundane and about finding one’s place in love and the world, all over a genre-defying musical backdrop that's as complex as it is playful. Dan muses on the understated parts of life that succeed youth’s defining moments. His compositions are reminiscent of Jeff Buckley, Becca Stevens, and Theo Katzman; delicate and precise with a deep sense of group interplay. The effect is emotionally nuanced and totally effortless to listen to.  
Aaron Gammon