Events

Music: John Cathal O’Brien & Dylan Roddick (NY), Sadie Gustafson-Zook

Gallery 263 welcomes John Cathal O’Brien & Dylan Roddick from Brooklyn and local musician Sadie Gustafson-Zook!

Doors at 7:00 PM, music begins at 7:30 PM

All ages, $5-10 suggested donation.

Learning to play guitar and write songs from a very young age, Dublin born John Cathal O’Brien continues to write consistently and focus on live performance. Having played with traditional Irish bands and plenty of other projects, the songwriter decided to focus on a solo career and throughout the years has released several recordings. O’Brien now resides in Brooklyn NY and is pursuing his music career full throttle. The Cemetery Songs EPs are available for streaming and download and O’Brien is working on an upcoming LP due out Fall/Winter 17, as well as playing shows regularly in New York and beyond.

John will be joined by vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Dylan Roddick. Dylan plays melodic guitar driven rock, which on a given tune could be channeling Americana, Jazz Metal, or Jangle Pop.  His powerful voice lends itself to unique and catchy melodies, and his dynamic guitar playing creates an abundant sound with his trio.

Sadie Gustafson-Zook is a versatile singer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter whose pure voice and hummable melodies balance with blunt lyrics to create honest and serenely cheerful music. Oregon-born, Indiana-grown and Boston-based, Sadie has performed alongside Garrison Keillor on Prairie Home Companion in 2015, shared the stage with The Steel Wheels, toured with the Theory Expats, performing at the Walnut Valley Bluegrass Festival in 2015, featuring frequent collaborator and 2014 National Mandolin Champion, Ethan Setiawan. Sadie has won multiple awards for her original compositions and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Jazz and Contemporary Music at Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA and works as a Performance Manager at Club Passim. In September 2017 Sadie released her first original album, entitled “I’m Not Here.”