If you are reading this, you are witnessing the brand new site of The Ever After. It is a work in progress, so please be sure to check back frequently for updates and plenty of new music. We hope you like it and feedback is always appreciated!
2012 is going to be a busy year for TEA. We are hard at work putting together the tracks for a new album. This one will be a departure from the previous one (Oh Dear!) and will hopefully feature a live group, electronic instruments and more “rocking” songs. Dre is working on music for a friends film called The Star that should be ready by March and release as The Ever After. As well, we are planning on releasing a new and improved website in April that will be much easier to use allowing us to do more frequent updates on new material and the latest happenings. Lastly, if all goes as plans we’ll be playing some shows again starting in May. So pleased stay tuned to The Ever After.
The Ever After is coming out of exile to play a few shows in August. Wanna hear about it? Goes like this…
Wed. Aug 3rd at the National Underground (east village)
159 E. Houston, NYC
$10 – all you can hear
Sun. Aug 14th, at George Keeley (uws)
485 Amsterdam Avenue, NYC
beer swilling good times
The talented Matthew Milligan will be on bass and Mike Melendez on drums and we’ll be doing an eclectic bag of covers, originals, oldies, newsies, rockies, jazzies and bluesies.
The first full length album by The Ever After is available. Featuring 9 original tracks and one cover, the album is primarily acoustic instrumentation and the songs range from folk to jazz to classical. In the words of one reviewer:
“The Ever After’s first release titled “Oh Dear” can be best described in three words – beautifully sad and sentimental. In its entirety, the album certainly transports the listener on a peaceful wave of tranquility into a warm and familiar journey deep into introspection.”
– Mauro DePasquale
December 5, 2009
You can read the whole review here: Oh Dear Review.
I will be doing my first solo show as The Ever After opening for a few acts at the fine Franco-American establishment Zebulon in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The headliner and organizer of the evening is the talented and engaging performer Francis and the Lights and Francis was kind enough to invite me to play after a chance encounter in a lower east side bar. The show will be on Monday, July 14th which just happens to also be Bastille Day (coincidence… I think not). For those of you who didn’t take French in high school, Bastille Day is the Fete Nationale where all the french get together and lament having to work a 5 day week (I kid, I kid)