With his dog Fargo, singer/songwriter and Berklee alumnus Caleb Hawley has been traveling across America, and has performed at numerous venues. Out of 4,000 songwriters, Hawley placed in the top five in the 2008 annual New York Songwriters showcase. He released a new album last year, Steps.
Supporting Hawley is singer/songwriter Patryk Larney. Since his first cassette, Feeling Known in 1995, he’s been actively involved in multiple projects, including one with his brother. His most recent release, Farewell Buffalo, has put his solo career firmly into the New York indie scene.
Joining the two at the Red Room will be Dan Torres. Though he initially found singers for the songs he writes, he took the time to develop his own voice, drawing from Robert Plant and Chris Cornell. His works have been featured on national television, at international showcase events, and in films and television shows.