Margo Macero, Eric Paul, and Miss Christine
July 19 @ 8:00 pm
Margo Macero is a performing artist from New York. She has been studying instrumentation since the age of seven and stands as an active performing artist since the age of twelve.
As the hailing niece of Teo Macero, a revolutionary producer for Columbia Records, she carries the music in her blood. Teo is known for his work with Miles Davis on producing the best selling jazz album of all time, “Kind Of Blue,” amongst a number of historical jazz anthems. Margo has demonstrated her motivation to continue the legacy with a direction of her own.
Eric Paul was born on the morning of August 5th, 1987. He is a Blues/Pop/Rock artist and singer-songwriter. Eric’s strength as a musician is in his guitar playing, but he is also versed in piano and bass. Raised listening to the soulful, expressive tones of Jimi Hendrix, head banging of Def Leppard, and classic rock legends his father introduced him to, Eric has developed a sound of his own. His gritty, bluesy guitar licks are enhanced by sultry yet edgy, melodic vocals. Add the catchy hooks he writes and you have a blues-rock experienced wrapped in soul that won’t leave your head for days.
Miss Christine: Confident, catchy, and queer. Christine Moad had achieved the musician’s dream: Success as an internationally touring bassist and many side gigs back in Nashville. There was just one problem: She was unfulfilled.