unrehearsedDC – ‘Nearly Broken’ (acoustic) video

“Generally, when one breaks their foot it puts he or she out of commission for the duration of their recovery. When we heard that Rachel Levitin had broken her foot due to a freak subway accident, we asked her if we could make her and her foot the focus of our next video. Singing “Nearly Broken”, a song written about her relationship with her father during his heart transplant, Rachel performs from the very place she’s been recovering from for the past two months: her couch in her tiny studio apartment in DC. Not opposed to making house calls, we thought this video turned out very nicely. Hey, we even signed her cast.” – unreahearsedDC

Now Streaming: Rachel Levitin Live at Jammin’ Java

Live at Jammin' Java

Want to re-live the magic that WAS Rachel’s Jammin’ Java debut? Now you can! The entire show can be streamed here: https://rhlevitin.bandcamp.com/album/live-at-jammin-java-february-10-2014

FULL TRACK LIST

1. Scar Tissue 04:04
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Solace 05:08
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Dreaming 04:40

about

Recorded live at Jammin’ Java in Vienna, VA on February 10, 2014. Audio provided by Don Kim. Audio edited by Zia Hassan.

credits

released 13 February 2014
Tracks 1, 2, and 3 by Rachel Levitin.
Track 4 by Rachel Levitin and Brittany Jean.
Tracks 5 and 7 by Rachel Levitin and Dave Mallen.
Track 6 by Rachel Levitin, Dave Mallen, and Taylor Carson.

Next Show: Ebenezers Coffeehouse on Friday, April 12

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This past Fall, I had the extreme pleasure of sharing a bill with my new found friends out of Chicago The Future Laureates at The Velvet Lounge in Washington, DC. They’re a pop-rock band that really know how to 1) make a solid album of memorable songs and 2) play an impressive live show.

When TFL member Danny Surico called me up a few weeks ago to see if I wanted to join the boys for another show in DC this Spring, along with the extremely talented Mike Mangione & The Union (also out of Chicago), I couldn’t say no. I’m really looking forward to sharing the DC stage with these two bands from my hometown (aka the Windy City) in one of my favorite listening rooms in town. It’ll be a great night of live original music.

Ebenezers Coffeehouse is a top-notch venue and also proves to be a pleasant experience as a performer, patron, or audience member. The coffee’s great, the vibe is chill, and the people who go to concerts there actually stop chatting long enough to listen to the music being played. In the words of another Chicago band Cobalt and the Hired Guns, “Everybody Wins!”

Tickets are now available for Friday, April 12’s show at Ebenezers featuring Rachel Levitin, The Future Laureates, and Mike Mangione & The Union. 

We Love DC Hates Cancer: Benefit Event in DC

We Love DC Hates Cancer // Help us help one of our own
Read More: http://www.welovedc.com/2012/10/17/we-love-dc-hates-cancer-join-us/

Monday, November 5th at Pound the Hill, 621 Pennsylvania Ave SE, 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.

$4 happy hour (beer, wine, appetizers) all night

$10 suggested donation at the door. Let’s show cancer how powerful we are!

If you cannot attend, please consider donating to Cathy’s cause. Visit Unite Against (http://uniteagainst.net/) to learn more.

Now Available: Chicago Acoustic Underground Podcast Episode

This past June I spent some time back in my home town of Chicago to play a show, visit with family, and meet the infamous Michael Teach of the Chicago Acoustic Underground podcast. The show has featured hundreds of local and national acts, including American Idol finalist Crystal Bowersox. Michael’s got a great thing going in Chicago in addition to his record label CAU Dog Records, so it was an immense pleasure to spend an afternoon with him recording a podcast for all to hear.

The episode recorded this summer now up at https://chicagoacoustic.net/#/content/podcasts/444-rachel-levitin-1691 so feel free to listen at your leisure!

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