Thursday, November 23, 2017
RJ Bracchitta with Hadley Kennary & Garrett Moshier
The High Watt
Fri, Nov 17 8:00 pm


RJ Bracchitta: Well, you've made it over to the bio section. You probably have questions. You probably want answers. You probably want to hear all about how I started playing guitar and singing at a young age. You may want to know about my first ever recording "Dad's are the Goodest." You definitely want all the details of the time I asked Maddy Hanrahan to marry me in Kindergarten(she said yes). Unfortunately, I'm not going to tell you any of that.  What I will tell you is that I completely and fully love music. I love to listen, create and simply be involved in any musical experience. It is the one constant fulfillment in my life and I cannot imagine where I would be without it. Those who make music are thrown into all sorts of different categories, but we can agree on the same feeling that keeps us coming back for more. It's a difficult thing to describe because it's intricate and simple. Like anything else, love would have to fit somewhere in the working definition, but it's beyond even that - it's love and hate. It's full of emotion, yet emotionless. Sometimes music and the baggage that it carries are better off embraced than explained. The point is, I'm going to put every ounce of my being into music because I know that it will give back to me. It will run through me and eventually make its way out to you. Hadley Kennary: Hadley Kennary is a singer-songwriter whose music is a folk/pop blend of heartfelt, clever lyrics and infectious melodies. Kennary, appropriately pronounced like the bird, started writing music when she was just 14. Now 23, she has graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music, independently released an EP and full-length album, and is gearing up for her next EP release. Her warm sound is refreshingly honest and contagiously catchy. Garrett Moshier: Nashville | pop, rock, and a bit of jazz fusion.

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