JEFFREY MARTIN and ANNA TIVEL
with special guest
MONDAY APRIL 3, 2017
RESTAURANT GOOD LUCK
50 ANDERSON AVE
PORTION OF PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT THE CENTER FOR YOUTH
Born in Texas in 1984, Jeffrey Martin quickly made his way to the Northwest where he discovered in nature and in people what would be the deep well for much of his songwriting. Martin’s music has been likened to the styles of Josh Ritter and Joe Pug, with an attention to storytelling reminiscent of Harry Chapin and John Prine. Since 2011 Jeffrey has released two full length albums (Gold in the Water (2011) and Dogs in the Daylight (2014), and one EP entitled Build a Home (2012.) Also in 2014, Martin signed to the sensational Portland record label Fluff and Gravy Records, where he still makes a happy musical home, along with fellow artists Mike Coykendall, Nick Jaina, Fernando, Dan Stuart, Richmond Fontaine, Anna TIvel and others.
Anna Tivel has spent some quality hours in a dodge caravan repeating lyrical lines over and over until the words fall in time with the windshield wipers, or until the gas light comes on. A nationally touring artist with a deep love of quiet stories, Anna is beginning to carve a place for herself in the songwriting world. She was a winner at this year’s Kerrville Songwriting Contest, and has shared the stage with heroes and friends like Gregory Alan Isakov, Anais Mitchell, Jefferson Hamer, Peter Mulvey, Matt the Electrician, Devon Sproule, Darlingside, Steve Poltz, Jeffrey Martin and more.
Cammy Enaharo is a soul folk singer songwriter from Rochester, NY. The combination of her personal lyrics, rich vocals, and baritone ukulele invite many to sit back and reflect. After studying musical therapy at Nazareth College, she was invited to play at several venues including Rolling Hills Radio with Ken Harley, the Chautauqua Institute and as the opening act for Preach Freedom from Rusted Boot.
When not performing, Enaharo works as a youth educator for the M.K. Gandhi Institute of Nonviolence. The institute partners with five Rochester city schools to create healthy climates for students, teachers, administrators, and parents.
When the founders, chefs, and bartenders of Good Luck opened their doors in 2008, they changed the conversation about dining in Rochester. For nearly a decade, we’ve loved watching the food and drinks get made in their beautiful Anderson Avenue space as much as we’ve enjoyed tasting them (well, almost). Honest Folk is thrilled to present Jeffrey Martin & Anna Tivel, and their music in a venue that means so much to us and to this city. We can’t wait to see you there.
50 Anderson Ave, Rochester, NY 14607
Restaurant Good Luck
50 Anderson Ave
Monday April 3, 2017
doors & food trucks: 5PM
Jeffrey & Anna: 7PM
THE CENTER FOR YOUTH
The Center for Youth believes that young people, given information and support, want to and can make their own positive life choices. We couldn’t agree more. Started by kids for kids, The Center for Youth provides comprehensive programs and services—from prevention education and counseling to emergency shelter and youth development opportunities. A portion of your ticket purchase to our July 25, 2016 show will go directly to support The Center for Youth.