Lady Jane, Andrew Daly Frank and Sir Orfeo
Lady Jane, Andrew Daly Frank and Sir Orfeo live at The Beverly in Kingston, NY | Friday, March 6, 2020. Info below:
During high school, Lady Jane (Esperanza Friel) started making recordings on her tape deck in her bedroom. After college and many open mics later, she started releasing her work in small EPs and Singles, all self-recorded and self-produced. “Soft Waltz” is her debut studio album, recorded at Sleeper Cave records in Williamsburg, Ma. She is currently working on her sophomore record, “Blood Orange.”
ANDREW DALY FRANK
Andrew Daly Frank (performing as a trio) is a Philadelphia-based guitarist, songwriter, and producer. His playing style draws together a wide array of influences, mixing American Primitive fingerstyle technique (à la John Fahey, William Tyler & Marissa Anderson) with the open-ended explorations of Bill Frisell and Jeff Parker. In late 2019, he released the first two singles of a new solo project produced by Karl Helander (Sun Parade, Cousin Moon); two others were released in January 2020.
Sir Orfeo is the solo project of Max Wareham, who learned his trade serving as contributing songwriter to studio-collective Cousin Moon, road-dogging as bassist in psych-pop outfit Sun Parade, studying jazz in the conservatory, digging holes on a horse farm, “rambling”, and touring as opener and personal driver for British folk legend Martin Carthy. He also lives an alternate life as a bluegrass banjo player and performs with the Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band.