Taylor Tote Debuts ‘All You Left Behind’ during Tim McLoone’s Supper Club Tonight
June 24, 2015 - garden totes
Just a few months after Taylor Tote had her strain video entrance in front of a packaged residence during a Two River Theatre in Red Bank, she’s behind with her second video release. This time around, she’s not usually introducing a new video — her rope is going unplugged for a initial time.
Tonight, Jun 24, Tote and her rope will title Tim McLoone’s Supper Club (1200 Ocean Avenue) in Asbury Park, NJ where she will universe premiere a strain video for “All You Left Behind” from her self-titled EP. The video was shot in Paterson, NJ and destined by Kostas Lymperopoulos.
Doors open during 6pm; Elya Vasiliev gets a night started during 7pm followed by Michael Ghegan and Tote’s band, that will play until 9pm. Admission is $15.
“I consider a venue plays a large purpose in a form of uncover you’re putting on,” pronounced Tote. “McLoone’s is intensely grand though laid-back during a same time. The atmosphere unequivocally matches a character of a strain and a set.”
Tote has achieved acoustically before as a solo artist and with one or dual musicians personification alongside her, though she has never finished an all acoustic rope uncover before. She’s vehement to see a greeting from a assembly since a acoustic environment lets people truly hear a songs in a nude down manner, vouchsafing them counterpart behind a screen into all that goes into her songs.
In only a few brief years, Tote has done utterly a dash on a New Jersey strain scene. The 19-year aged Jersey Shore native, who lists artists like Amy Winehouse, Grace Potter, Adele, Maroon 5, and Stevie Nicks as influences, was named by NJ.com as one of a “25 must-hear internal bands” for her “big voice, aged soul’ style. “She is dominating, empowering, strong, soft, sexy, and insanely fun,” writes a Aquarian Weekly. “Her opinion and theatre participation is smooth, sweet, and controlled. However, it can be flipped like a switch to a stone and roll, hell-stomping diva. Her operation is one of a stone ‘n’ hurl trifler that will send your strain senses on a float of your life.”
Tote’s intensely gifted rope members embody standout lead guitarist Tom Briant, Anthony Flora on drums, Nick Piescor on guitar, and Julian Michalski on bass. Each rope member brings something singular and irritable to a mix.
Previous performances embody opening spots for a likes of Southside Johnny and a Asbury Jukes, John Cafferty The Beaver Brown Band, Michelle Moore, and Val Emmich. In 2014, Tote warranted Asbury Music Award (AMA) nominations for “Top Female Vocalist”, “Top Female Solo/Acoustic Act”, and “Top Young Band”. In Jul 2014, she had a respect of behaving a National Anthem during Madison Square Garden in NYC for New York Liberty.
Tote’s summer will continue on a high note with a outing to Nashville, TN where she will perform during a She Rocks Summer NAMM Showcase on Jul 9. The showcase is presented by a Women’s International Music Network (WiMN).
Watch Tote’s strain video for “Superman” below!
Photo Credit: Right Stuff Studios