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Thursday July 23, 2015 @ 7PM
AN EVENING WITH PETER CALO
Rockwood Music Hall - Stage 3
185 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002
(212)477-4155 for information
$10 drink min / 21+
Friday October 2, 2015 @ 7:30PM
AN EVENING OF SINGER/SONG WRITERS
FEATURING PETER CALO
Croton Free Library
171 Cleveland Drive
Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520
Nominations have been announced for the 29th Annual MAC Awards, which recognize outstanding achievement in the world of New York cabaret.
"I have been nominated for a 2015 MAC Award for Outstanding Ensemble Instrumentalist."
I've been asked to perform "Ain't No Sunshine", the brilliant Bill Withers song with the amazing Natalie Douglas.
of "Do I Love You Too Much?"
Recorded at "The Towne Crier" in Beacon NY on November 7, 2014.
Peter Calo on guitar with Chris Marshak on drums, Tany Holt on vocals, and Malcolm Gold on bass.
of "Takin’ a Sip" from "Wired To The Moon"
Playin a Tippin "Bravado" made by Bill Tippin
from "Wired To The Moon" En Route Records
Tater Music BMI
Jimmy Fallon Show - 11/11/2009:
Carly Simon Performs 'You Belong To Me'
featuring John Forte, Peter Calo & The Roots
PETER CALO is known for backing
the likes of Carly Simon and Mary Gatchell
(which is where I saw him work), but he proves with "Wired to the
(petercalo.com) he is more than capable of holding
his own. All the pop
singer-songwriter material here were either written by him, or collaboratively
with his wife Marianne. Calo is in total pop singer-songwriter mode
I was totally impressed by his vocals, which
are soft and genteel without
being too soft or too genteel. I would happily
go see him perform solo, as
well as in backing-up mode. He's a talented
songwriter, guitarist, and singer.
His songs are pull of shifting melody
lines and pacing. Some of my fave cuts
include the title cut, the other
celestiial song "Full Moon Tango",
"Situation Totally". I was also in
awe of his instrumental, "Takin' a Sip
(On a Horse-drawn Carriage), which is
total guitar in near bluegrass
form. Another song
of note is the soul-inspired "Guns
Are Not Enough".