Eric Andersen in Concert at the City Museum
With Special Guests The Chapin Sisters

Eric Andersen, the finest singer/songwriter of romantic songs to come out of the Greenwich Village folk scene of the 1960s, distinguished himself with chestnuts such as “Violets of Dawn” and “Come to My Bedside” and the civil rights song “Thirsty Boots.” Rolling Stone called Eric, “the most elegant of singers,” while Bob Dylan observed, “Eric is a great ballad singer and writer.” An award-winning and prolific songwriter, Andersen has released 30 albums.

Artists from all over the world have recorded his songs, including Judy Collins, Peter, Paul & Mary, and Johnny Cash. Special guests with Eric are The Chapin Sisters. Carrying on the legacy of their famous father and uncle, the sisters have released five albums of songs with gorgeous harmonies, including the nationally acclaimed A Date with the Everly Brothers.

Friday, November 6, 2015
7:00 pm

Museum of the City of New York, 5th Avenue at 103rd Street