Tim Moore, Marc Black and Warren Bernhardt will perform together for the first time at Woodstock’s Colony Arts Cafe on Saturday, November 22. Although the three have been friends for years, they’ve never teamed up for a show before. The evening will feature the three in various combinations – individual sets plus duo and trio sections.
Moore, Black and Bernhardt have all enjoyed colorful careers.
Tim won kudos as a songwriter and performer after his classic recording of ‘Second Avenue’ went head to head with Art Garfunkel’s version. Tim went on to release five albums on Asylum Records, the same label where Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne and Bob Dylan were signed.
Marc was recently inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame (New York Chapter). He’s been touring internationally and has recorded more than a dozen CD’s. Most recently, he’s been creating the Sing for the Silenced campaign, so that folks will know that corporations are ‘buying silence’ from those who have been damaged and thereby keeping the ugly truth about hydro-fracking hidden.
Warren Bernhardt has accompanied some of the greatest singers of our time. Folks like James Brown, Paul Simon and James Taylor. An internationally respected jazz and classical pianist, Warren has released numerous albums under his own name, recorded with Jack Dejohnette, Clark Terry and Gerry Mulligan, and played piano duets with Bill Evans and Thelonious Monk.