- This event has passed.
Ginger Coyle & Dani Mari at Caffe Vivaldi
Oct 25, 2014 @ 7:00 pm
Ginger Coyle & Dani Mari will be performing at in Greenwich Village on Saturday, October 25th at Caffe Vivaldi. This is a great place to relax, enjoy a nice dinner and listen to some original music. See below for more information about the venue and the performers.
32 Jones St, New York, NY
An avid fan of Billie Holiday and Mazzy Star, Dani Mari was born to sing. Her music is fueled by personal narratives embedded in the craft of classic story telling and the emotional insight of a most unlikely “old soul”. Audiences across the United States and throughout Europe have gravitated toward her beautifully haunting voice and the simplistic elegance of her lyrics which transcend our current snap shot of popular music. She has collaborated with FEAR CLUB from Paris, Sun Glitters and was formally in the dreampop duo, Lockets. She has performed at SXSW, The Philadelphia Folk Festival, Musikfest, Johnny Brenda’s, World Cafe Live, Glasslands Gallery, Rockwood Music Hall and many other venues. In addition she has performed with acts such as St. Lucia, Twin Sister, Exitmusic, Widowspeak, Mates of State, Patti Smith, Edward Sharp & the Magnetic Zeros, Of Montreal and more. Dani Mari is currently working with the folk-pop band Lovers League and is set to release a wider body of work for her solo project with boutique art label, Someplace Called Brooklyn. With nothing more than an acoustic guitar and stories of her life experience, her songs merely hint at Dani Mari’s desire to transport listeners the world over to an era of nostalgia which exists within the depths of her soul.
Ginger Coyle Music
People have always loved Ginger Coyle’s music. She’s gotten radio airplay effortlessly, since her first original demo at age 14. She’s been signed to two major labels, won national talent competitions and dominated industry showcases. A music biz veteran still in her mid-20s, she is at long last making the kind of music she wants to make. Conscious lyrics brimming with radio-friendly hooks and universal themes, Homeward Bound is her first collection of original songs. Ginger Coyle sings beautifully, and maybe that’s the problem. She belongs to a lineage that stretches from Carole King through Fiona Apple, vocalists who borrow confidently from a soul music vocabulary while working mainstream pop territory. And Ginger is a gorgeous, post-millennial mashup of styles, combining the glamor of a 1940s movie star with a dash of vintage eclecticism and a passel of tattoos. She has all the raw material for a factory cranking out pop-music confections — except that she simply doesn’t want to be that vessel.