Here’s the second event of the “33&1/3rd Acoustic Music Series”
Join us for a wonderful night of original acoustic music
To Benefit Family of Woodstock’s Teen Homeless Shelter
April 26th 7pm doors 6:30
Julie Last will open the show and join me on vocals
suggested donation $20-All Are Welcome!
St. Gregory’s Church, Rt. 212 Woodstock, NY
33&1/3rd Acoustic Music Series & St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church, Woodstock NY
Michael Veitch w/ special guests Madeline Veitch and Julie Last on vocals
Good friend Dave Kearney will open the show.
March 22nd 7:00pm
Benefit for The Good Neighbor Food Pantry in Woodstock NY (845)399-0376 and for St. Gregory’s Church. suggested donation-$20
Tune In: New Live Streaming Radio Interview and Performance-Up Close and Acoustic-click here-
New German Dates:
“Postcards From Vermont Vol 1″ reviewed:
http://www.indieartistsalliance.com/ (search by title or date: Aug. 14,2013)
Breaking News May 30, 2013
Postcards From Vermont Vol. 1 has been released and is available for sampling and download at many sites. Try http://cdbaby.com/cd/michaelveitch14
where you can sample and buy the downloads for individual songs or the whole album. For a signed actual Postcard Download card, visit http://veitchstore.blogspot.com
For a complete track list, lyrics and all the info, visit http://veitch-postcards.blogspot.com
I will be performing at Club Helsinki in Hudson, NY June 28th as part of the “Last Waltz” Music in Common benefit project. –
Bellows Falls return Home -Date to Be announced-hopefully August Old Homes Day
Germany in early October for gigs-looking forward to getting back over there where the food is, well, German! And great!
Breaking News April 14, 2013
In Good Company
Here’s the track list for Judy Collin’s New Live DVD ” Live at the Metropolitan Museum Temple of Dendur” -there are guest appearances by Ani Difranco, Shawn Colvin , Kenny White and Jimmy Webb, and it’s great!
Track Listing: Judy Collins Live at Temple of Dendur DVD
1. Open the Door (J. Collins)
2. Both Sides Now (J. Mitchell)
3. Diamonds and Rust (J. Baez)
4. Campo De Encino (J. Webb)
5. Pure Imagination (A. Newley, L. Bricusse)
6. Some Day Soon (I. Tyson)
7. Veteran’s Day (M. Veitch)
8. Helplessly Hoping (S. Stills)
9. Pastures of Plenty (W. Guthrie)
10. Suzanne (L. Cohen)
11. In the Twilight (J. Collins)
12. Mr. Tambourine Man (B. Dylan)
13. Moon is a Harsh Mistress (J. Webb)
14. Since You’ve Asked (J. Collins)
15. The Blizzard (J. Collins)
16. Send in the Clowns (S. Sondheim)
“Postcards From Vermont Vol. 1″ which will be released May 30! as a download only. Visit www.veitch-postcards.blogspot.com and www.veitchstore.blogspot.com for more news and how to download in a few weeks. And the Stone House Project Kickstarter has been approved for launch-just waiting for the weather to clear. It’s almost Spring! Soon.
Posted March 7, 2013
Michael will be releasing several projects this Spring-including the Kickstarter Campaign for “The Stone House Project” I will be sending up new info about this when we launch the Kickstarter over the next few weeks. Also coming this Spring will be “Postcards From Vermont Vol. 1″ A collection of songs with a Veitch born in Vermont theme available for download only. More about this project soon. Also, Michael has a new “Virtual Store” up and running for both downloads and CD’s-visit www.veitchstore.blogspot.com .
Breaking News—December 2012
Just in time for Christmas, Judy Collins has released a new live DVD of a recent performance at the Metropolitan Museum of Art that includes her version of my song “Veteran’s Day.” Also part of that show are Ani Defranco, Shawn Colvin, Jimmy Webb and Kenny White. It’s a must have for sure.
I’m also back in the US from two years in Germany armed with about 50 new songs. Hope to start the new recordings in January.
I am truly honored to have my anti-war song Veteran’s Day recorded by Judy Collins (in duet with Kenny White) for her latest album Bohemian” on Wildflower Records. She is a great songwriter in her own “write” but also one of the all time greatest interpreters of other people’s works—Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Stephen Sondheim…and many more…it’s a long list.
Through a song contest called Music To Life,” started by Noel Paul Stookey and managed by his daughter Liz, my song found it’s way to Judy who was a judge that year. That was about six years ago and, considering it to be a “jewel” of a song, she grabbed it for herself and a future recording project. That project is Bohemian which also features greats such as Joni Mitchell, Jimmy Webb, old friend Shawn Colvin fellow Woodstockers Ollabelle. I had the good fortune of meeting Judy and catching up with Kenny in Paris in early October, 2011. She put on a very strong performance, to say the least, and had the room singing and stomping at the end. My best wishes for Bohemian‘s success and if Judy is playing anywhere nearby-be sure to go see her-she’s truly amazing.
Sept 8th-Corso Leopold Street Fair-Muenchner Freiheit-Look for the Hepple Ettlich pavillion-I will be closing the Saturday Night event at 9:30, joined by The Rol on guitar. Free!
Sept. 24th Tent: Stoa Westend, Munich Monday, 8pm-great food! This will be the big going away bash as we all head back to the States Sept. 30th. Surprise guests!
|Here’s a link to listen to, or download Michael’s June 17, 2008 performance on Performance Place on Northeast Public Radio (WAMC).|
|NEW!! Sound clips from the latest CD, Painted Heart|