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An Evening with Anthony da Costa, Laura Dunn & the Ghosts, and Brother/Sister

Saturday, December 10th @ 8:00pm

Music starts at 8:30pm, with the doors opening at 8. 
All ages and open to the public! Don't miss this one. 
*Note: Due to fire code regulations, our maximum capacity is 30-35 people during each set, so get there early!*


Come see Anthony host his fourth night of the semester at Postcrypt Coffeehouse, featuring the wonderful Brother/Sister and Laura Dunn & The Ghosts of Xmas Past!

Postcrypt is an all-acoustic, non-profit, student-run coffeehouse venue on campus at Columbia University. Established in 1964, it has featured such acts as Townes Van Zandt, Ani DiFranco, Jeff Buckley, and Josh Ritter. Postcrypt's free and unplugged shows, combined with the warm atmosphere and intimate setting make it a one-of-a-kind concert experience in New York City.
Located in the basement of St. Pauls Chapel at W116th & Broadway in Manhattan... Directions:

Anthony da Costa will be continuing his monthly series at Postcrypt (currently titled "An Evening With...", for lack of a better title), and this show features two wonderful acts and some great friends of his, to boot.


"Ben Engel decided to move to California to make wine for a few months. In his absence, Free Advice has become Brother/Sister, so that Travis Stewart and Bailey Rayne can keep bringing you beautiful music together. Free Advice: an acoustic band from Bushwick composed of super-friends, people that spend way too much time together. They made a record, but it sold out. They tried to tour, but they got lost. They guarantee (even if you are socially awkward) their original songs 'will make you'll feel like you never left home.'"


With Bjorkish runaway melodies and surreal lyricism, Laura Dunn and the Ghosts of Xmas Past combine banjo-driven creepy folk music with opera singers, toy pianos and rattling chains. "Like Emmylou Harris singing in a haunted house" --James Duval, Virginia Omnivore


"Seeing Anthony da Costa on stage is a perfect storm — talent, intensity, humor, passion, intelligence and charm — all bouncing off the walls of the room he is playing" (Court House Concerts). Anthony's music combines folk, rock, Americana and pop, plus what it's like to be "a very young man, with a very old soul" (legendary New York DJ, Pete Fornatale).