Output Agency Ltd. presents
Sarah Perrotta / Pamela Sue Mann / Donna Lewis
with special guest pecas
$10 | All Ages | 7PM Doors / 8PM Show
A special night, featuring a collaborative set with Hudson Valley based singer/songwriters Sarah Perrotta, Pamela Sue Mann, and Donna Lewis. Alternating between keyboard, guitar, and vocals, these three musicians intuitively color each other’s songs with lush soundscapes, quirky synth parts and angelic vocal harmonies.
Pamela Sue Mann, Berklee College of Music graduate has performed as keyboardist with Arista artists “Real McCoy”. She has toured internationally as a solo artist as well. Mann is currently signed to Lux Revelry Recordings label and is in pre-production for her next solo album with Michael Tudor, Gerry Leonard,Yuval Lion, Byron Isaacs, Laurie Anderson, Cat Russell and Karel Holas. Mann’s first two albums were produced by Gerry Leonard. She is currently releasing her collaborative self produced “Revenant” album, mostly set to the music of David Carbonara, of the critically acclaimed Mad Men series. Her songs have been featured in film and television. Mann has sung backup for Suzanne Vega, sings with Spooky Ghost and writes with Donna Lewis in their project the Llewellyn Mix. Together they are currently working with dance choreographer Nina Buisson on a short dance film entitled Grainya: Grace on the Water. Pamela’s compositions will be featured by choreographer Laurie Ward of Octavia Cup at Byrdcliff Theater in July. Her ethereal art pop has given her the title “Diva in the Making” by MTV and her album L’eouf was called a masterpiece by Laurie Anderson.
Local chanteuse Sarah Perrotta is currently working on her fourth album of atmospheric rock, co-producing with Jerry Marotta at Dreamland Studio in Woodstock, NY. She has recorded with rock legends Tony Levin (bassist for Peter Gabriel) and Garth Hudson (organist for The Band). Perrotta has toured internationally with major acts including Guster and Jason Colette of Broken Social Scene. Her songs have been used for several independent films, rock climbing videos and NBC adventure sports episodes. Listen at http://soundcloud.com/perrotta
“I Love You Always Forever” was such a huge hit for Donna Lewis – a dance-pop classic for which people around the globe still have boundless affection – the 1993 song will always be the one for which many fans know her. But the Welsh native is an artist of many dimensions, as she has demonstrated with efforts ranging from “At the Beginning,” her charming duet with Richard Marx from the Anastasia soundtrack, to Be Still, her lovely voice and piano album. True to its title, her eagerly awaited new album, Brand New Day, is a striking departure from anything she has done before.
Opening the night will be dream-pop outfit Pecas: