9/23 Rubin Show in the New Yorker

If it’s in the New Yorker, it’s been fact-checked, double-checked, taste-tested and totally true. I will not argue. See the New Yorker illustration of the show on p. 20 of the magazine, or right here RUBIN MUSEUM OF ART 150 W. 17th St. (212-620-5000)—Sept. 23: The local singer-songwriter Mike Errico recently released his sixth studio album, “Wander Away,” a wide-ranging, collaborative display of his pop-rock skills. But for this show, part of the museum’s “Naked Soul” series, he’ll be backed by a string trio, putting the focus on his expressive voice and finely balanced compositions. His guests include the singer-songwriter Jonatha Brooke. Source: The New...

“1000 Miles” on KFOG’s Acoustic Sunrise

San Francisco: Good news. KFOG 104.5 will be playing “1000 Miles” on “Acoustic Sunrise,” the station’s Sunday morning program that airs from 7-11am. [wp_bandcamp_player type=”track” id=”4133171878″ size=”venti” bg_color=”#E8E8E3″ link_color=”#4285BB”] A couple fun facts about the song: – It was cowritten with Ben Mink, whose credits include Feist, kd lang and many others – It’s the theme song of The Mike Errico Podcast – The pedal steel player on the tune is Bruce Kaphan, who I first heard withlegendary San Francisco songwriter Mark Eitzel, and American Music Club. You are my promotion team (you knew that, right?), so please take a moment and let ’em know you’re out there listening: Twitter: https://twitter.com/KFOG1045 Fbook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/KFOG-Radio/107995802561997 Request Line: 1-800-300-KFOG (5364) Email: kfog@kfog.com Site: http://www.kfog.com Buy it at...
American Songwriter’s Writer of the Week: Mike Errico

American Songwriter’s Writer of the Week: Mike Errico

Mike Errico wears many hats. A former editor at Blender Magazine, the talented singer-songwriter also runs a podcast, works as a music supervisor, and writes fiction. His music has been heard on The Voice, and appears in the new film That’s What She Said. We asked the New York pop-rocker about his approach to songwriting, music criticism (“many music journalists seem like they’re providing color commentary in a sport they’ve never played”), and his new album, Wander Away. Read the full Q&A...