It was such a great night opening for
at Brighton Bar Long Branch, NJ
Many thanks to
Sheila Marshall and
Kyle Cook (of Matchbox Twenty)
for the opportunity.
My late father, musician Don Brody, remains a big influence in my music and in my life. Please check out his work at the "In Tribute" tab.
Full-length, 12-Track Album
“One Man Show” is an acoustic “back-to-basics” release that hinges on minimal arrangement and production to showcase my songwriting. Taken from the catalog of songs to be released on a later album, these tracks are stripped down to just vocals and acoustic guitar, and were chosen to highlight the storytelling and songwriting. “Heartbreakers” opens the record and chronicles fictitious events surrounding a dancer in a now-defunct gentleman’s club. The record moves on to “Lately” (a track titled after it had been written and performed live), which is an account of a relationship seeming to be on the rocks, while “Teach Me How To Not Love You” sees a soul pleading to severe the ties from the addictive toxicity of an expired romance. The record closes with positivity, as “Everything” inspires hope that love find a way. In all, this record is a peak into the mind and heart of a singer coming of age and learning to fall in love with the highs and lows along the way.
This album is a snapshot of a writer developing a style and sense of self through bearing his authenticity in a raw and natural platform, where minimalism fosters a view into the complexities of a conflicted mind.
1/7 Grand Vin, Hoboken, NJ, 6PM
1/14 Stewed Cow, Hoboken, NJ, 7PM
1/15 Suburban Bar and Kitchen, Randolph, NJ, 6PM
1/21 Washington House, Basking Ridge, NJ, 6PM
1/23 Pocono Brewery Company, Swiftwater, PA, 6PM
1/28 Stewed Cow, Hoboken, NJ, 6PM
1/30 The Vanguard, Harrison, NJ, 6:30PM