Richard Shindell

$34.00

An enigmatic singer/songwriter whose work veers from the bitterly comic
to the profoundly spiritual, Richard Shindell initially gained attention
with the Fast Folk Musical Magazine series (which previously launched
then-unknowns like Lyle Lovett and Nanci Griffith, as well). A native of
Lakehurst, New Jersey, Shindell was a former seminary student whose
first musical exposure came while playing guitar in the Razzy Dazzy
Spasm Band alongside the young John Gorka; he began composing songs
during the late 1980s, and quickly earned a word-of-mouth cult
following. Signing with the Shanachie label, he issued his debut,
Sparrow’s Point, in 1992. Blue Divide followed two years later, and in
1997, Shindell’s exposure was increased when Joan Baez covered three of
his songs, including the title cut from his 1997 album Reunion Hill. He
next teamed with Dar Williams and Lucy Kaplansky in the group Cry, Cry,
Cry, issuing a self-titled LP of cover songs in 1998. After a couple of
years touring with this collaboration, Shindell began the millennium by
signing a deal with Signature Sounds, which released his fourth solo
album, Somewhere Near Paterson, in early 2000. A major life change also
occurred around this time when Shindell’s Argentinian wife relocated
from New York to Buenos Aires. While a live album, Courier, was released
in 2002, his next studio LP, Vuelta, wouldn’t arrive until 2004. His
first recording since moving to South America, the album saw Shindell
collaborating with Argentine band Puente Celeste. He remained active
through the remainder of the decade releasing the 2007 covers album
South of Delia followed by another album of original music, 2009’s Not
Far Now. 2011’s wryly titled 13 Songs You May or May Not Have Heard
Before found the now veteran artist revisiting and revamping songs from
earlier in his career. In 2015, Shindell reunited with former Cry, Cry,
Cry bandmate Lucy Kaplansky to record Tomorrow You’re Going, another
collection of covers, this time featuring a variety of love songs.
Splitting his time between New York’s Hudson Valley and Buenos Aires,
Shindell recorded Careless, a collection of new original material that
was released in September 2016.

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McCabe’s Guitar Shop requires masks to be worn for all entry on to the premises. For the safety of our patrons, artists, and staff, PROOF OF VACCINATION will also be required to attend concerts. This policy extends to all staff and performers.
We appreciate your understanding while we take the necessary steps to preserve the safe and comfortable environment that our intimate listening room has provided for over 50 years. All ticket sales are final. In the event of a cancellation, the show will be rescheduled or store credit will be issued.

COVID-19 Acknowledgement & Liability Waiver
Also, please note: taking photographs and all other forms of recording are strictly prohibited during concerts at McCabe’s.® The artists and your fellow patrons thank you for your consideration, as do we.

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Terms & Conditions

– At this time and in accordance with LA County’s COVID-19 safety measures, McCabe’s Guitar Shop requires masks to be worn for all entry on to the premises.  BY entering onto the premises you agree to comply and assume all liability.
– For the safety of our patrons, artists, and staff, PROOF OF VACCINATION will also be required to attend concerts. This policy extends to all staff and performers. We appreciate your understanding while we take the necessary steps to preserve the safe and comfortable environment that our intimate listening room has provided for over 50 years.
– All <b>ticket sales are final. In the event of a cancellation, the show will be rescheduled or store credit will be issued.
– All other items are available for a full refund within 10 days of purchase.
– Consignment items and and any other items marked, “Final Sale” cannot be returned.

Event Details

Please note that all concert-goers will be subject to any current health and safety regulations put in place by the CDC, The State of California, or by McCabe’s itself. The health and safety of our patrons, employees, and artists is our top priority. Thank you in advance for your understanding and participation.

Date: Nov 20, 2022 | 8 PM

Start time: 08:00 p.m. PDT

End time: 10:00 p.m. PDT

Venue: McCabes Guitar Shop

Phone: (310) 828-4497

Email: mccabes@mccabes.com