February 5th, 2020 10pm Stage 3
Celebrating Rockwood Music Hall's 15-Year Anniversary!
Amy Vachal is a Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter and artist. Amy was introduced to the global music stage with great fanfare through her successful run on NBC’s The Voice, where she was mentored to the semifinals by Adam Levine and Pharrell Williams, landing on the overall U.S. iTunes top 10 four times, and twice on Billboard’s Artist 100. After the show, Amy began touring her own repertoire across the U.S., Canada, and Europe, sharing the stage with the likes of Joe Purdy, Jamie Lawson, and Delta Rae. After a tour-packed 2016, Amy has honed in on producing and engineering her own recordings, the first of which is showcased on her highly anticipated single, “Wait”, released independently on March 3, 2017 (and now available worldwide).
Josh Ward Taylor
Born in Baltimore, raised in the Maryland suburbs, Josh Taylor was brought up on the music from his parent's generation. Early experiences of music from Dylan to Springsteen, and Bob Marley to Led Zeppelin, peaked Josh's interest in the guitar at an early age. Josh has been playing the guitar since the age of 12, started singing when he was 15, wrote his first song a year later, and since then, it's all been about the writing. With a style that draws from traditional folk to modern blues elements, Josh Taylor has been performing in such legendary venues as The Bitter End in New York City and Eddie's Attic in Georgia. Josh continues to frequent the New York City music scene.
Todd Lewis Kramer
Todd Lewis Kramer is a Brooklyn Singer and Songwriter. His career started when, at the age of 12, he was singing in the shower so loud that his parents could hear it from their bedroom. His mother let him dry off and dress before complimenting him. "Good job," she said. And the rest is history.