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Examples of "hartswick"
Charlie Case (August 27, 1858 –1916) was a blackface comedian in America who wrote and sang vaudeville parodies of the 19th century ballad style. He influenced F. Gregory Hartswick, who wrote similar songs.
Live Performance of the Year: moe. Tsunami Relief Benefit, Roseland Ballroom, NYC, 2/10/05 (moe. headlined with Trey Anastasio, Sam Bush, Jennifer Hartswick, John Medeski and Ray Paczkowski)
They periodically bring special guests on stage; in January 2014, for example, they were joined on stage by drummer Jason Hann of the String Cheese Incident, trumpeter Jen Hartswick, and vocalist and jazz trombonist Natalie Cressman.
Executive Board Members include Mr. Kim J. Hartswick (President) and Evan N. Wilson (Vice President for Artistic Affairs); Honorary Board Members include Elsa and Gloria Pizzoli (Respighi's great nieces), (Respighi cataloguer/archive curator), and Luigi Verdi (Respighi musicologist).
The 2013 festival held October 31 – November 2 featuring The String Cheese Incident (3 nights), STS9 (late night), Big Gigantic (late night), Emancipator, Conspirator, Steve Kimock & Friends, Suwannee Bluegrass Surprise, Brock Butler, Future Rock, Moon Taxi, Van Ghost, Jennifer Hartswick, Applebutter Express
Van Ghost is a band from Chicago, Illinois, formed by concert promoter Michael Harrison Berg and featuring vocalist Jennifer Hartswick. In 2007 after building up a solid repertoire of folk ballads, gritty Americana tunes and classic rock laced jams, Berg assembled an all-star cast of musicians and named the project Van Ghost.
Jeff Austin released his solo debut album on Yep Roc Records on February 10, 2015. The project, titled The Simple Truth, features the likes of Cody Dickinson, the Royal Horns, Todd Snider, Jennifer Hartswick, Brendan Bayliss and Sarah Siskind, as well as Jeff's touring band - Danny Barnes, Ross Martin, and Eric Thorin.
On June 20, the artists that performed were Barefoot Manner, Big Wu, Chris Duarte, Dewayn Brothers, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Donna the Buffalo, Drive-By Truckers, Hello Superworld, Hot Buttered Rum String Band, Indigenous, Jennifer Hartswick Band, Los Lonely Boys, Lost Trailers, Mission 19, Mountain of Venus, Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise, The Samples, Split Lip Rayfield, Steve Poltz, Tea Leaf Green and Weary Boys. The headline act that performed on this day were The North Mississippi Allstars.
In the spring of 2005, Anastasio introduced a new backing band, 70 Volt Parade, featuring Paczkowski, Skeeto Valdez on drums, Peter Chwazik on bass, and Les Hall on guitar and keyboards. After only a few months, Anastasio replaced Chwazik with Tony Hall of Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk, and added Hartswick and Christina Durfee on backing vocals. Anastasio then replaced Valdez with Raymond Weber. Russell Remington also rejoined Anastasio shortly thereafter. In 2006, Les Hall left the band, and it was renamed Trey Anastasio Band.
After Phish went on hiatus in 2000, Anastasio took his project on the road and added a horn section. Saxophonist Dave Grippo, a Burlington music teacher with a long history with Phish, trombone player Andy Moroz, and trumpet player Jennifer Hartswick joined Trey's band for this and all future tours. These shows, and all to follow had two full sets with the band, and no solo acoustic set.
Furtwängler's logic has been disputed. "Hartswick has shown that the Palagi head in Bologna cannot have come from Dresden statue B, that the gems Furtwängler employed could be post-antique, and that the sources are impossibly vague." (Stewart) Some of Hartwick's own conclusions have been disputed in turn, i.e., that the head of Dresden A is alien and the entire Palagi type is Hadrianic. Stewart remarks, "So while the type remains intact and looks Phidian, Furtwängler's further hypotheses concerning its identity and date (451-448) remain unproven."
The band has taken part in a number of fundraising efforts. moe. held a tsunami benefit concert at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City on February 10, 2005. Sharing the stage were Sam Bush; John Medeski of Medeski, Martin, and Wood; Trey Anastasio; and Anastasio collaborator Jennifer Hartswick. All proceeds from the event were matched by the Dave Matthews Band and his Bama Works Village Recovery Fund to assist rebuilding an east coast sea town in Sri Lanka. Bama Works, Dave's philanthropic brainchild, recorded a final tally of $155,000. The performance garnered moe. an award for "Live Performance of the Year" at the 6th Annual Jammy Awards.
For their sixth studio album, Ladies & Gentlemen, the band invited a dozen of their favorite female singers to join them. The list of featured guests includes some of the most dynamic and innovative artists from across the roots music, Americana and country worlds: Nicki Bluhm, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Jen Hartswick, Sarah Jarosz, Claire Lynch, Aofie O’Donovan, Joan Osborne, Joss Stone, Sara Watkins, Abigail Washburn, Lee Ann Womack and Celia Woodsmith. Each artist guested on a different original song or tune written by the members of the band specifically for this project.
He has shared the stage with a variety of artists over the years: Buddy Guy, Dave Matthews, Huey Lewis, Peter Tosh, Mavis Staples, Koko Taylor, Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzman, Mike Gordon, Warren Haynes, Ivan Neville, Les Claypool, Stephen Perkins, Mike Keneally, Jimmy Herring, John Oates, Gene Ween, Adrian Belew, Joshua Redman, Taj Mahal, Bela Fleck, Victor Wooten, Jeff Coffin, Jen Hartswick, Keller Williams, Stanley Jordan, Chris Poland, Rob Pagliari, Jeff Austin, Buckethead, Cody & Luther Dickinson, Mark Kolby, Jon McLean, Rob Cornelius, Paris Delayne, Jeremy Piven (actor).
Lineup: Les Claypool’s Duo de Twang • Thievery Corporation • Bootsy Collins & The Funk Unity Band • Warren Haynes (private island show) • Galactic • Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe • Robert Randolph & The Family Band • Lotus • The Wailers • Keller Williams • Keller & the Kimocks • Gigantic Underground Conspiracy • Conspirator • Lettuce • Dumpstaphunk • John Popper & DJ Logic w/ George Porter Jr. • Stanley Jordan and Adam Deitch • The New Mastersounds • The Infamous Stringdusters • ALO • Rob Garza Solo DJ Sets • Anders Osborne • MarchFourth Marching Band • Orgone, Pork Tornado, Bonerama • Robert Walter’s 20th Congress • The Revivalists • Monophonics • Mike Dillon Band • Eric Krasno Band • Everyone Orchestra • Alan Evans Super Jam • DJ Logic • Luke the Knife • Beard-o-Bees • D-Hastie • Skerik’s Bandalabra Special Guests: Cyril Neville, Bill Evans, Will Bernard, Alecia Chakour, Allie Kral, Jennifer Hartswick, Chris Chew, Roosevelt Collier, Joel Cummins, Tom Hamilton, Zach Deputy, Dela, Paul Hoffman, Anders Beck, Billy Iuso, Terry McDermott, Jans Ingber. Masters Camp At Sea: Victor Wooten, Butch Trucks, Luther Dickinson & Cody Dickinson, Col. Bruce Hampton, Kofi Burbridge[13]
Lineup: Bob Weir, Rob Wasserman, & Jay Lane are Scaring the Children • Rhythm Devils feat. Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart • Robert Randolph & The Family Band • Galactic • Karl Denson's Tiny Universe • God Street Wine • Stockholm Syndrome • Lotus • JoJo's Mardi Gras Band • ALO • Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk • Easy Star All-Stars • Lettuce • Garage A Trois • The New Mastersounds • Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars • Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears • Anders Osborne feat. sets w/ Stanton Moore & Carl Dufrene and w/ George Porter, Jr. & Johnny Vidacovich • Big Sam's Funky Nation • Cornmeal • Some Cat From Japan feat. Ron Johnson, Will Bernard, Scott Metzger, Eric Bolivar & Nigel Hall • Greensky Bluegrass • Big Gigantic • Zach Deputy • Pimps of Joytime • Maceo Parker Super Jam • Everyone Orchestra • Nathan Moore • Brock Butler • David Gans Special Guests: Steve Kimock, Leo Nocentelli, Fred Wesley, Robert Walter, Taylor Hicks, Col. Bruce Hampton, Jennifer Hartswick, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux, Joel Cummins Late Night Disco: Jeff Bujak, Nutritious, Wyllys, Gypsyphonic Disko
Featured vocalist Jennifer Hartswick inspires audiences all over the world with her powerful voice and commanding trumpet playing. She exudes confidence and joy and brings her own refreshing spirit to the stage every time she performs. Jennifer's live performances are renowned as spontaneous, joyful and contagious. At the age of 20, having already recorded on two albums with Trey Anastasio (Story of the Ghost, Phish, 1998, and One Man's Trash, Trey Anastasio, 1998), Jennifer was asked to join Anastasio's new band. She has been an integral part of the band for the last ten years touring internationally and sharing the stage and studio with such legends as Carlos Santana, Dave Matthews, The Rolling Stones and Herbie Hancock. She has also appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, the Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Austin City Limits, and many more.
Trey Anastasio Band debuted in 1998 as Eight Foot Fluorescent Tubes as a local band in Vermont fronted by Anastasio on April 17 of that year at the nightclub Higher Ground, co-owned by his brother-in-law. The band debuted a number of songs heard in Anastasio's live performances today, including "First Tube", "Last Tube", and "Mozambique". The Trio in 1999 was an evolution of Eight Foot Fluorescent Tubes. Anastasio's first solo tour was with the trio, which included himself, Russ Lawton, and Tony Markellis. The trio reunited in late 2008 (along with keyboardist Ray Packowski) for a tour of the Northeast United States. The band expanded to a sextet in 2000 with three horn players added to the band (Dave Grippo on alto sax, Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet and tuba, and Andy Moroz on trombone). Some of the music originally performed by the sextet was later seen on his 2002 release, "Trey Anastasio". A year later they evolved into The Octet which added Ray Paczkowski on keyboards and Russell Remington on tenor sax and flute; and The Dectet in 2002 through 2004 explored complex arrangements and changes of some songs included on "Trey Anastasio", and was an evolved version of the octet, now a ten-piece band with the addition of Peter Apfelbaum on barritone sax and percussion, and Cyro Baptista on percussion.
Lineup: Pretty Lights w/Live Band • Umphrey’s McGee • The Word • Galactic • Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe • G Love & Special Sauce • Lettuce • Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires • John Scofield Uberjam Band • Snarky Puppy • A JC13 Tribute to Jerry Garcia feat Steve Kimock • Bobby Vega • Jeff Chimenti • Bill Bitt • Dan Lebowitz & John Kimock • Preservation Hall Jazz Band • The Motet • Break Science • The Revivalists • Elephant Revival • The Nth Power • M&Ms • Dragon Smoke • Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds • Kung Fu • Fruition • The London Souls • The California Honeydrops • New Orleans Klezmer All-Stars • Everyone Orchestra • Eric Krasno Super Jam • Nathan Moore • Mark Farina • Nutritious • Brownie DJ Set • David Murphy of Seven Arrows Special Guests: George Porter, Jr., Ike Stubblefield, Mike Dillon, Roosevelt Collier, John “Papa” Gros, Anders Beck, Robert Walter, Skerik, Jennifer Hartswick, Ryan Montbleau, Tim Carbone, Paul Hoffman, Jason Hann, Carly Meyers, Farnell “Neutron” Netwton, Congo Sanchez, Kim Dawson. Masters Camp At Sea: Vernon Reid, Oteil Burbridge, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Col. Bruce Hampton, Grant Green Jr., Mike Clark