As a solo artist, as the leader of "The Color Red Band" or as a member of "The Gregory Brothers," nothing beats hearing from Andrew Rose Gregory.

Andrew Rose Gregory
Rockwood Music Hall Stage 1
March 29, 2018
New York City, NY

One of the joys of living near New York City is the unbelievable amount of great art that is available to one on a daily basis whether that be film, music, plays or museums. One of the very best listening rooms in the city is the Rockwood Music Hall on the lower east side of Manhattan. Last night I got a chance to venture into the Rockwood to see one of the city's finest young singer/ songwriters, Andrew Rose Gregory. I have been a fan of Andrew for over a decade now as a solo artist, as the leader of "The Color Red Band" or as a member of "The Gregory Brothers". When I go to see Andrew perform I always am assured that I will come away fully satisfied in every way.

This particular cool Spring evening Andrew took the stage as a solo performer, just a man with his guitar, some stories and some great songs. I have said it before but it bears repeating, closing in on almost 70 I have little time or patience for substandard art, whether that be music or any other form. I just don't have the time to waste on it. That being said, I would go out of my way to see Andrew any time, he is just that good. I really enjoy seeing artists perform in a small club setting rather than a large arena, there is just a sense of intimacy that is lost in a larger room. The set list included such tunes as:

"Red Jacket"
"D.B. Cooper"
"Drive Slow"
"400 Blows"
"Do You Think"

Chris MacIntosh aka Grandfather Rock