MP3 Jeremiah Birnbaum - Dawn
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: "NYC strummer Jeremiah Birnbaum brings a hint of soul to the world of folk. His strong vocals and evocative piano flourishes recall a young Van Morrison or an upbeat Mark Kozelek. Birnbaum has reinvigorated the singer-songwriter tradition." https://www.tradebit.com
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Lauded for his "intelligent, poetic lyrics" and "scrumptious, soul-filled EP Dawn" (Cincinnati City Beat), Jeremiah Birnbaum has emerged as a steady figure on the New York scene with his eclectic and exciting shows. He’s received praise from many sources, including https://www.tradebit.com, Indianapolis’ NuvoWeekly and InSite, Brooklyn’s https://www.tradebit.com and https://www.tradebit.com, and Chuck Eddy, Music Editor of the Village Voice.
Jeremiah is a 2004-2005 and 2005-2006 ASCAPLUS Popular Music Award recipient, was a 2004 Newport Folk Festival pre-finalist, opened for Suzanne Vega at the Living Room in New York, and showcases at many major North American music festivals. In 2005, he was featured as a Spotlight Artist on https://www.tradebit.com, and honored to perform at Club Passim (Cambridge) at their semi-annual Campfire Festival; and for the second year running, to be picked to play at the Midpoint Music Festival (Cincinnati), Dewey Beach Music Festival (Delaware) and Midwest Music Summit (Indianapolis). His 2004 encore appearance at MMS with Shelley Miller and Dave Golden was noted as a "highlight and perfect ending" (NuvoWeekly) to this great event. Miller and Birnbaum, plus Illinois mandolin and fiddle ace Kara Kulpa, now tour together collectively under the moniker of MercyDriver.
Jeremiah is also a vibrant and active advocate for new music and emerging artists in New York, hosting one of Manhattan’s most popular open stages, ’Fire and Voice’, at Micky’s Blue Room in the East Village every Sunday evening, a cornerstone of the burgeoning New York songwriting scene. Jeremiah’s also performed with many fine artists as an instrumentalist and vocalist, including Jack Hardy, Peter Wolf and Morphine, and continues to work with artists both emerging and established in the NYC scene.