• The Paper Caves •

basin and main

564 Main Street Honesdale PA

        gallery hours:

Saturdays 1-4 pm

EXTENDED!

or by appointment - contact samuelle@basinandmain.com  917-703-2739

or by chance!



John Faraone

LIVE MUSIC
saturday
April 14

Ian Fitzgerald

John Faraone
doors @ 7:30
show @ 8:00
donations at the door!
BYOB

After having picked up the guitar in his late teens with the simple goal of learning to play the songs of others that had become so integral to his life, Ian began in his early twenties to write songs of his own.  Ian's first attempts at songwriting coincided with a deepening appreciation of early folk music, which helped establish the path he would follow with his own work.  After three albums in quick succession, Ian evaluated what he'd learned about the songwriting and record-making processes and applied those lessons to his two most recent albums, No Time To Be Tender and You Won't Even Know I'm Gone.  The result has been a growing recognition of Ian's work and songwriting ability, including a full touring schedule that has seen him perform in 39 states over the past two years; performances at the Newport Folk Festival in 2015 and 2016; and shows opened for Iris DeMent, Joan Shelley, Willy Mason, Darlingside, The Ballroom Thieves, and many more.  Ian hopes to begin work on his next album in 2018.

John Faraone is a singer, songwriter, and multi instrumentalist from Pawtucket, Rhode Island. He is currently at work on his first full-length album slated for release in spring of 2018. Providence Monthly writes that John has “a reputation for his musicianship and powerful, personal lyrics,” and that his music is “transformative.”

Ian Fitzgerald

Lou Rogai is a songwriter, instrumentalist, composer, and producer. His voice and vision resonate through Lewis & Clarke's signature sound of lush, long-form art-pop / avant-folk compositions. The name references the fellowship and correspondence between C. S. Lewis and Arthur C. Clarke, not the 19th-century explorers. For over a decade, Lewis & Clarke has steadily and quietly built a devout following by initially touring multiple continents and releasing several acclaimed recordings on his own imprint. Rogai's slow-burning process is as much a mission statement as it is an authentic path in a corporate age. After three proper full-lengths, several EPs, and an array of singles, he continues to make Lewis & Clarke music as an antidotal, unaffected experience. He was the subject of a 2014 episode of Weathervane Music's Shaking Through documentary series which detailed his mission and process. He lives and works in Pennsylvania, USA, near a river between two mountains. 
- Donnybrook Writing Academy

LIVE MUSIC
friday

April 13

Lewis &

Clarke

doors @ 7:30

show @ 8:00

donations at the door!

BYOB

Click below to see the making of

The Paper Caves


Video by Chris Kugler

Lewis  & Clarke            photo courtesy of Weathervane music