wo 26 feb|
Cafe 't Rozenknopje
Southern Nights: Larry John McNally (USA)
Als singer-songwriter is/was hij hofleverancier van hits voor o.a. Don Henley, Bonnie Raitt, Chaka Khan, The Eagles, Joe Cocker, etc
Tijd en locatie
26 feb 2020 20:20
Cafe 't Rozenknopje, Hoogstraat 59, Eindhoven, Nederland
Over het evenement
Elke woensdagavond, Southern Nights, kwalitatieve Americana music in de bovenzaal van café de Rozenknop in Eindhoven. Vanavond met Larry John McNally.
Als singer-songwriter is/was hij hofleverancier van hits voor o.a. Don Henley, Bonnie Raitt, Chaka Khan, The Eagles, Joe Cocker, etc. Naast zijn solo werk is hij inmiddels regelmatig op pad met Harry Waters (zoon van Roger) en heeft tours in Zuid-Amerika, Engeland en Japan met hem achter de kiezen.
Hij is o.a. de schrijver van 'Nobody's Girl' en 'Slow Ride' van Bonnie Raitt en 'For My Wedding' van Don Henley. Ook op de laatste plaat van The Eagles staat een nummer van hem. Americana pur sang.
Deuren 20.00 Concert 20.30 tickets € 7,50
"Larry John McNally's songs have the plainspoken eloquence of a Raymond Carver story with fluid guitar work that recalls Hendrix."
Larry John McNally's career began in 1981 with the release of his debut album on Columbia Records. Perhaps best categorized as a "Singer-Songwriter-Guitarist", he calls his blend of literary lyrics and blues/folk/jazz guitar style, "Folk-Hendrix". He continues to record and perform both as a solo artist and with his trio in clubs and concert venues from Tokyo to Kokomo. He is well-known in many circles as a songwriter's songwriter. His moody, guitar-driven, lyrical, thoughtful songs have been covered by artists from Don Henley (who rarely does outside songs) to Bonnie Raitt, Rod Stewart, Joe Cocker, Jennifer Warnes, the Staple Singers and Aaron Neville. LJM's own recordings are coveted treasures among his devotees and delightful finds for those who happen upon them for the first time. They are filled with songs of passion, coming of age, angst, wonder, city lights, and more, all with the unique ability to create both an aural as well as visual cinematic-like impression.