Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Sean Patrick McGraw returns to the Sportsmen’s Tavern April 29th

The show marks McGraw’s first appearance at “The Sport” in several months. In that time the singer songwriter has toured heavily, venturing through the Midwest out to Wyoming and California. He’s also made time to release a new CD, “Long Way From Slowin’ Down,” film a video for his song “When a Dollar Ain’t Worth a Dime,” and forge a deal with new Los Angeles based imprint Little Engine Records. Born and raised in Dunkirk NY, McGraw has called both LA, and Nashville home since leaving Chautauqua Co in the nineties, proof that an overnight success can take well over a decade to happen. After years of close calls; Nashville Star, CMT’s “Ten Days On Tour,” endless touring and five self-released CD’s the singer is eagerly awaiting the premier of his new video on CMT within the month. A radio tour will follow. This Sportsmen’s appearance will be filmed as part of “a making of” DVD, in anticipation that the theme of “Dollar”—a regular Joe weighing his options in a tough time–will resonate with the larger audience that McGraw and band (featuring local guitarists Barry Edwards and Joe Dalimonte, Dr Randall Hofgren on bass, and Derby’s Jim Isula on drums) are about to be presented to.

Who: Sean Patrick McGraw
Where: The SPORTSMENS TAVERN, 326 Amherst, (716) 874-7734
When: Wednesday April 29th 8pm
Cover: FREE
Info: www.myspace.com/seanpatrickmcgraw

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