We may not raise Hell at the Union Hall, but we will consider playing bocce. Jed joins some other Boston ex-patriots for an evening of music.
Union Hall Saturday April 12, 2014 starting at 8:30pm
The last time Jedediah Parish was at that famous club on Bowery and Bleecker, there was a sign that read “CBGB is a non-smoking establishment.” Let us remember a time before that time.
Jedediah Parish and Pete Caldes will celebrate Evacuation Day by playing a duo show at Rockwood Music Hall. Some or all night Jed will perform on acoustic piano. All night Pete Caldes will play an acoustic drum.
Rockwood Music Hall 196 Allen Street New York NY 10002 The Lower East Side of Manhattan, one drink minimum 21+
Jed sings a classic from the first solo album by the rhythm guitar player from The Beatles. October 17-19 at Joes Pub.
THE BOWERY ELECTRIC
327 Bowery at 2nd Street
New York, NY 10003
Who are The Spokespersons? Jesse Krakow on electric bass and Pete Caldes on acoustic drums.
August 2nd is Myrna Loy’s birthday. Also Jedediah Parish will play with Jesse Krakow on bass and Pete Caldes on drums while singing and playing the piano and possibly electric guitar at Rockwood Music Hall. Stage 1, 7pm. Pass the Hat. On the island of Manhattan.
There’s a little stage and red booths. Perfect.
And if you can’t make it, you can watch it on Gander.tv
The Tall Pines Revue
With special guests
Jed Parish and The Parkington Sisters
For Jedediah Parish all roads sort of lead back to Elvis Costello. The first time Jed sang with Losers Lounge was the E.C. tribute at Fez in 2002. But Costello was the big songwriting and singing influence, particularly for Jed’s rockandroll band The Gravel Pit. Reviewers, friends, strangers would say “You guys sound like Elvis Costello & The Attractions” and Jed would say “Thank You”. Sometimes fellow musicians would dismiss the band as an Attractions rip-off in a saucy, adversarial manner, and Jed would say “Thank You. What bland, unmemorable band does your band pattern itself after?” Those days are gone, but Mr. Costello rears his head again.
Come on, Get Happy!