Rolling Stone magazine has proclaimed folk-rocker John Gorka "the preeminent male singer/songwriter of the new folk movement." In the same class as other storytellers Suzanne Vega, John Prine, and Mary Chapin Carpenter, Gorka is a master at making sophisticated and emotional insights, with an easy grace allowed by his witty and quirky humor.


You need to check out live what critics call the "Alice Peacock thing": a fusion of folk, rock and country, with such influences as Cole Porter, Joni Mitchell and Shawn Colvin.


Felix McTeigue combines literate and sensitive lyrics with a left-of-center sensibility and a talent for musical arrangements and harmonies that stay with you long after the show. For more info, check out his websites: &