Massachusetts singer-songwriters Prateek and Alan Scardapane team up for a night of soulful indie-folk!
Doors at 7:30 PM, music 8:00 PM
All ages, $10 suggested donation.
Prateek Poddar is a singer-songwriter from Boston, Massachusetts. After taking up songwriting in college, he got his start as a musician playing the famed Lizard Lounge Open Mic in Cambridge Massachusetts, usually every week. In 2016, he released his debut EP, “Walking in My Sleep,” recorded in a bedroom with only his guitar and two microphones. Since then, Prateek has played on stages and at festivals across the United States, including the Kerrville Folk Festival and Club Passim. His most recent single “Emma,” has been described as “stripped-down, honest heartbreak” (Vanyaland), and is available on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play. Prateek was nominated for “Songwriter of The Year” at the 2018 New England Music Awards and is currently nominated for “Singer-Songwriter of The Year” at the 2018 Boston Music Awards.
Born on Long Island, New York, and currently residing in Western Massachusetts, Singer-Songwriter Alan Scardapane is forever pursuing the idea of “home.” The 26 year old’s lyrically driven songs grapple with identity and introspection, often times in an attempt to breathe life into their honest vulnerability. Influenced by the likes of Nick Drake, Gregory Alan Isakov, Neil Young, Noah Gundersen and many more, Scardapane’s music weaves a unique web of imagery, imagination, poetry and observation. His EP, “deep in dust”, was released April 13, 2018, and his debut Full Length album, “Out at Sea”, hit the shelves on August 10th.