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SiriusXM Presents The Coffee House Live Tour...Joshua Radin, Rachael Yamagata, Brandon Jenner

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SiriusXM Presents The Coffee House Live Tour...Joshua Radin, Rachael Yamagata, Brandon Jenner
Sunday, August 6, 2017 7:00 PM
The Stephen Talkhouse, Amagansett, NY
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  • Ticket Price: $100.00 - $120.00
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
Joshua Radin:
Love and the complications surrounding it have long proven to be Joshua Radin's songwriting forte. Though he never intended to be a live performer, there was little choice when the first song he ever wrote, "Winter," was featured on an episode of "Scrubs." The resulting fervor around the song soon led to a record deal, and over the last decade, Radin has toured the world countless times, sold hundreds of thousands of records and topped the iTunes charts, earned raves from Rolling Stone to The Guardian, performed on "The Tonight Show," "Conan," and more, played Ellen DeGeneres' wedding at her personal request, and had his songs featured in more than 150 different films, commercials, and TV shows. Radin, born in Cleveland and now living in Los Angeles, will be releasing a double live CD featuring all of his most popular songs. The recordings will be released in April 2016.

Rachael Yamagata:
"Finally the heir to Bonnie Raitt." - Ann Powers, NPR Music "Restoring female pop's good name." - Philadelphia Inquirer "Rachael's voice is so soulful that it could inspire a tiger to chuff, an elephant to trumpet and whales to sing." - Gregory Colbert Rachael Yamagata is not your ordinary singer/songwriter. Yes, she has released numerous albums; had record label deals; toured the world multiple times with sell-out concerts; built a loyal and ever-growing fan base; earned her place as a media 'darling'; made appearances on Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien, Carson Daly, "30 Rock," "One Life to Live" and "The O.C."; been an NPR profiled artist; made a cameo appearance as herself in Sony Pictures' To Write Love on Her Arms; had song placements in hit TV shows including "NCIS: New Orleans," "Vampire Diaries," "Grey's Anatomy," "Alias," "How I Met Your Mother," and in and Hollywood movies including "Hope Springs," "Prime," "Monster-in-Law," and "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants"; been nominated Best Female Vocal by the Chicago Music Awards (2012); opened for artists including Patti Smith, David Gray, and Pete Townsend; and performed at venues including Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall, SXSW, Austin City Limits, Glastonbury, and Bonnaroo. But there's so much more... Rachael has performed with Bette Midler and Sheryl Crow at Senator Harry Reid's 2008 fundraiser for President Obama; at the White House Cherry Blossom Festival for First Lady Michelle Obama; twice at Deepak Chopra's Sages and Scientists Symposium; as part of the R.E.M. tribute concert; with Steve Earle and Allen Toussaint for the Woodie Guthrie tribute; collaborated with artists including Toots and the Maytals, Ryan Adams, Ray LaMontagne, Conor Oberst, Jason Mraz, and Katherine McPhee; and Australia's "The Voice" winner Karise Eden reached #1 with Rachael's song "You Won't Let Me." She's toured with many of said artists, as well as The Swell Season, Sara Bareilles, Amos Lee, Liz Phair, and more. Rachael was invited by the White House to take part in its Official White House 'Tweet Up' in the West Wing with fans, and was one of Chopra's music playlist selections featured on Oprah Winfrey's website. Artist/filmmaker/photographer Gregory Colbert, best known for his acclaimed project "Ashes and Snow" which, to date, is the most attended solo exhibition by any living artist in history, asked Rachael to be a guest vocalist on his upcoming project. Rachael and John Medeski (Medeski Martin & Wood) covered director Robert Altman song "Let's Begin Again" featured in the opening scene and end credits of the documentary, "Altman" (2014). Medeski said, "Rachael blew my mind with her performance. She's a natural jazz singer." Fans span the spectrum from 14-year-old girls to 65-year-old men, from spiritual healers, helicopter pilots, and military women, to hostage negotiators, heads of television networks, and single mothers. Rachael continually hears from fans that her music helped them through something in their life. Famed Korean photographer Jungman Kim calls Rachael 'his muse' and writer/journalist/ broadcaster Katherine Lanpher cites Rachael as the only twice invited guest of the Barnes & Nobel series, "Upstairs at the Square" (with novelist Alaa-Al-Aswany, "The Yacoubian Building" and Bill Clegg, "Portrait of an Addict as a Young Man" and "90 Days"). On the business front, Rachael was a guest speaker at 2013 Chicago Ideas Week, and profiled in two separate Topspin Berklee School of Music marketing classes with her Pledge Music DIY campaigns being used as part of the course curriculum. Rachael breaks the mold of the singer/songwriter stereotype, and the DIY indie-artist model as, for the past four years she has be working without management representation. CD releases to date include "Heavyweight" EP (2012), "Noisetrade Mixtape" (2012), "Chesapeake" (2011), "Elephants" (2008), "Loose Ends" EP (2007), "Live at the Loft" (2005), "Happenstance" (2004), and "Rachael Yamagata: EP" (2001). Her latest album, currently titled "Tightrope Walker," is slated for a fall 2015 release. It showcases her calling card ability to articulate humanity's struggles within relationships and the freedom that comes from celebrating that which we face alone and head on. The production is riskier and cinematic -- think Tom Waits meets Roberta Flack, Nick Cave hanging with Rufus Wainwright. Rachael confounds a labeled genre and instead embraces the production that serves the story. The paradox of her art mirrors that of her career and proves that we are never simplistic, but always full of surprises.

Brandon Jenner:
Brandon Jenner is a Malibu, California native, who’s music embodies the "surf and sunshine" laid back disposition that locale might suggest. He is a unique singer songwriter who has garnered enough life experience in his young years to write sensitive, intelligent, meaningful, relatable, and inspirational lyrics. Those insightful words accompany his finely crafted melodies and palatable musical arrangements that provide the vehicle for his smooth, poignant vocal delivery. Brandon Jenner is a strong presence on or off the stage exuding an indefinable charisma. His song "Burning Ground” has received air play on Sirius Radio station "Coffee House" and is currently featured in Spotify’s “Your Favorite Coffeehouse” playlist. Brandon achieved worldwide recognition for his music with the duo "Brandon and Leah” and has just released his first solo EP. He conceptualized, produced and directed videos for the five songs on this record, an early goal as he set to provide a visual representation to the collection of meaningful songs. With his tremendous number of loyal social media followers, those videos have been viewed around the world. Along with his wife, Leah, he wrote and co-produced their award-winning debut EP "Cronies", which was released in April of 2013. That EP reached # 3 on the iTunes Pop Chart #82 on the Billboard 200 chart, #16 on the Billboard Independent Albums Chart and #24 on the Billboard Digital Albums chart. Their subsequent EP, "Together" was released in October, 2014, and shared equal success. Their song "Showstopper" was used as the theme song for "Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.” Brandon and Leah were signed to a record deal at Warner Brothers Records, but as many artists are doing today, they soon opted to release their music independently.[ His solo EP was inspired by society, the love he has for his wife, and the feeling of becoming a father. Brandon wrote and recorded the record at his home studio in Malibu. It was co-produced by Tony Berg (Jesca Hoop, Blake Mills, Andrew Bird, Joshua Radin) and Jorge Vivo (Diana Krall, Natalie Cole, Michael Buble). Brandon has been exposed to a world of musicality his entire life. While he was growing up, his stepfather was acclaimed songwriter and music producer, David Foster. Brandon would spend hours observing many of the world’s greatest musicians record in David’s home studio. Michael Jackson, Barbra Streisand, Whitney Houston, Chick Corea, Nathan East, All for One, Josh Groban and Michael Buble frequented the studio among many others. Brandon's mother, Linda Thompson, is also an Academy Award and Grammy nominated songwriter. She wrote the Christmas classic “Grown Up Christmas List” and along with David, the number one song “I Have Nothing” from The Bodyguard soundtrack. As an avid surfer and adventurer, Brandon has traveled much of the globe and has been exposed to many different cultures. His love of travel has taken him to Japan, Kenya, Tanzania, Indonesia, Costa Rica and Switzerland among others. This is reflected in the songwriting as each track and lyric transcends genre in a way that is very rarely heard these days. As a guitar player, Brandon has a delicate and deliberate touch which can be heard on many platinum records including Michael Bublé’s “It’s Time” and Josh Groban’s “Closer.” He has always been attracted to things that reward touch, timing and finesse which is why he has become an accomplished race car driver and pilot including aerobatic ratings as well as a commercial helicopter license. Brandon lives quietly in Malibu with his wife, Leah, rescue dog, Gus and daughter, Eva, and are civically active in their community. His life and music can be described using many of the same adjectives: honest; steady; simple; evolved; inviting.


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