The Mike Errico Annual Holiday Show and Storewide Sale

The Mike Errico Annual Holiday Show and Storewide Sale

Full band, special guests, stories and… YOUR 2012 HOLIDAY OMENS Wednesday, December 21st, 7:30p Rockwood Music Hall 196 Allen Street New York City, NY 212.477.4155 21 and over/$15.00 Buy tickets online: CLICK HERE PLUS: Purchase a pair of tickets in advance through Rockwood Music Hall using the promo code HOLIDAYOMEN, and get a third ticket FREE. (Max. 10 free tickets) Facebook Event invite with holiday photos and comments: CLICK HERE Year-End Sale at the Mike Errico Online Store ALL ITEMS are $5, including t-shirts, CDs, posters etc.: CLICK HERE (sale ends January 1st, 2012) Recent Headlines 2012 Sundance Festival Selection: “That’s What She Said” feat. “Daylight” My Favorite Releases of 2011, by Mike Errico Mike Errico w/Raul Midon, “Next Time” (Live Video from Highline Ballroom, NYC) Mike Errico w/Jonatha Brooke, “Someday” (Live Video from the Rubin Museum, NYC) The Mike Errico Podcast, Ep 8: “Wander Away” Producer Ken Rich; “You Shook Me” Live (Free Download) The New Yorker illustrates Mike in Goings On About Town section “You Could Be Anywhere” featured on MTV’s “Teen Mom” (w/free song download) “Pop Up Video” returns to VH1, with new theme by Mike Errico More Tune in for free music, last minute shows, announcements, giveaways, videos and all that stuff, here: Facebook || Twitter || YouTube || Bandcamp || Pandora Tallboy 7, Inc. Box 20463 NY NY...

Watch #BrandsConf LIVE

Interesting day, today. I’ll be speaking at a conference, and you can watch it live. My topic: “The Humanization of the Hit Song,” in which I’ll try to explain the relationship between mythology in music and the open-source environment of the Web. It’s a short speech, but I’m always a little edgy when the guitar isn’t in my hand. Here’s the info: Starting today at 9:00 AM EST / 1500 CET the second BrandsConf will be broadcast LIVE from the 92nd Street Y in New York City. Today we will be spending the day exploring “The Humanization of Brands” This event can be seen on UStream over at: http://www.ustream.tv/nyc140conf (subscribe to get notified when we are broadcasting) Hours: BrandsConf will be broadcast from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM EST today. This year we have 60+ speakers joining us in New York City at the conference. The hashtag for this conference is: #BrandsConf. I hope you can join in the online discussion about the event. You can track the BrandsConf schedule over at:...
The Mike Errico Podcast, Episode 8: Ken Rich/You Shook Me

The Mike Errico Podcast, Episode 8: Ken Rich/You Shook Me

“Wander Away” producer Ken Rich talks record making, Russian prostitutes, happy marriages, and bad props in one of my all-time favorite films, “Contact.” Also: A spontaneous “You Shook Me All Night Long” with Justin Trawick, Andy Zipf, Sierra Noble, Adam Levy, Matt Simons, Jesse Ruben, John Schmitt, and Christine Hoberg (City Winery, NYC, 10/17/11). Download it for free on iTunes or...

Video: “You Shook Me All Night Long” (Live)

I’d played with Andy Zipf at IOTA in Arlington, VA earlier this year, so I knew there’d be talented people at the 9 Songwriter Series. I worked out a little arrangement…and it went like this: Filmed at City Winery, NYC, 10/17/11 FREE DOWNLOAD (email required): [wp_bandcamp_player type=”track” id=”1951267044″ size=”venti” bg_color=”#FFFFFF” link_color=”#4285BB”] From the 9 Songwriter Series Justin Trawick, Andy Zipf, Sierra Noble, Adam Levy, Matt Simons, Jesse Ruben, John Schmitt, Christine Hoberg “You Shook Me All Night Long” by AC/DC....
Oct. 20th: CMJ Festival @ Living Room, NYC

Oct. 20th: CMJ Festival @ Living Room, NYC

CMJ Festival is back, and I’m playing at the Living Room with an amazing string trio: Jessie Reagen Mann – Cello Hiroko Taguchi – Violin Whitney LaGrange – Viola Oct. 20th, 10:45p The Living Room 154 Ludlow St., NYC Free admission Facebook Invite:...

Thanks for Downloading “You Could Be Anywhere”/ Tell Us Why on the Podcast

Wow. What a week. I want to thank you for downloading “You Could Be Anywhere” for free on Bandcamp – it’s a special song for me, and it’s great to see it being appreciated. A lot of people have been checking the song out since it’s been on MTV’s “Teen Mom” – some are using it at memorial services and telling us how it captures their feelings about losing/being apart from someone special. I would like to dedicate an episode of my podcast to these stories, and I’d love you to contribute. You can remain confidential if you like, or give information like: name, location, who he/she may have left behind, or even where to send wishes or contributions on behalf of someone lost. You can send written responses to info@errico.com, or if you just want to record your remembrance into your phone, you can send us the file, and we’ll include it in the podcast. Thanks again, I’m so glad you find the song important, too....