In The Round At Rockwood Music Hall: Hallie Spoor, Amy Beth Anders, and Hannah Gill

August 7th, 2021 7pm   Stage


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Hallie Spoor

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"If you’re a fan of confessional lyrics and a strong, powerful voice — then Spoor is your girl." (303 Magazine) Indie-Folk singer-songwriter Hallie Spoor is often described as an "old soul".  She’s a warm and honest storyteller. No pretense, her heart on her sleeve. Whether that's her stage banter (she says with a smirk and a wink- "this song is about my ex's best friend!") or her lyrics: "let's break up another night", you'll probably walk away from a show feeling like an old friend. Based out of Brooklyn, New York, she’s a regular on Radio Free Brooklyn, Pete’s Candy Store, and at the Sunny's bar in Red Hook. Her single, "Fine" has reached over 70K plays on Spotify, and she released her second EP "New Ground" in January 2020 to a sold out crowd at Rockwood Music Hall. Up next you can catch Hallie’s band this summer at Porch Stomp Music Festival or LIC Culture lab.

Hannah Gill


Hannah Gill, is a 24-year-old vocalist & lyricist. She has been covered by The New York Times, Teen Vogue and NPR amongst others, has toured internationally, and her original music videos have garnered over 1 million YouTube views. She released her latest EP “Songs From Quarantine” in September of 2020, all of the songs in the EP were both written and recorded while in lockdown in NYC. Hannah also toured as a guest singer with “Post Modern Jukebox”, the rotating jazz music collective, from 2017 to 2020 and has played at legendary venues like the Sydney Opera House in Australia, the Olympia In Paris, Walt Disney Concert Hall, and the Monte Carlo Jazz Festival. Her PMJ videos have exceeded 17 million views, and her cover of “Take Me To Church” had Hozier saying, “Her ability is beyond her years”. When she is not performing her solo material, you can catch her singing up a storm with various jazz outfits in New York City, including Gordon Webster, The Glenn Crytzer Orchestra, and The Hot Toddies Jazz Band!

Amy Beth Anders


Amy Beth Anders is a singer/songwriter, a classical & jazz trained pianist, flautist, and ukulele player whose sound combines elements of folk, jazz, rock, pop, and classical music (artists with similar sounds include Rufus Wainwright, Inara George, Eva Cassidy, and Sara Bareilles). She is the niece of jazz vibraphonist Mike Mainieri (Steps Ahead) and neo-folk singer-songwriter Dee Carstensen, whose voice sounds very similar to hers. She is a graduate of the jazz program at the New England Conservatory of Music, where she was featured in many ensembles including the Dave Holland Quintet during his residency there. In addition to performing her own work she also plays with the band Behaviorist, an experimental pop band created by Stephen Chen (of San Fermin acclaim). She released an EP in 2018 'Before You' and a single 'Sincerely, ABC' in 2019 and is currently working on a 2-part album of past and new original works.