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  • Live Stream | Tiny Gallery Concert

    Friday, November 13, 2020
    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

    Add to Calendar 11/13/2020 7:00 PM 11/13/2020 8:30 PM America/New_York Live Stream | Tiny Gallery Concert

    This event will be live-streamed. A link to join will be provided the morning of the event. 

    Open to the Public

    Rockwell Ambassadors Only: 4:30 – 6 pm | Pick up to-go treats and gift bag from The Rockwell Museum 

    Join us for a fun evening of music featuring this year’s Tiny Gallery Concert winner, Louiston and runner-ups, Jason Ager and Teddy Chipouras. 

    Each musician will play a variety of tunes including an original song inspired by our collection. 

    Tiny Gallery Concert Winner: Louiston

    Lou DiPietro (Louiston) is a singer-songwriter and musician with influences that span genres and eras, from punk and indie to americana and classic country. His solo-acoustic project, Louiston, sonically orbits somewhere between M. Ward, Damien Jurado, Arlo Guthrie, Elliott Smith, and the up-tempo punk rock of his formative years. A writer, performer and producer, Lou draws from and celebrates the DIY ethos and blue-collar scrappiness rooted in his WNY upbringing and has performed solo up and down the East Coast for more than 10 years. Today, he lives in Trumansburg, NY.

    Tiny Gallery Concert Submission: March
    Inspiration: March | Grant Wood  

    Tiny Gallery Concert Runner-ups: Jason Ager and Teddy Chipouras

    Jason Ager is a dedicated father, a passionate college professor, and an original songwriter. Balancing a PhD in German Literature with a few days a week as a stay-at-home dad, Jason has played more than 100 shows a year in the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond.

    Ager’s recent EP, Bad Guy – EP, features witty, if quirky, lyrics highlighting what it means to be a “bad guy” with groovy musical compositions that guarantee instant foot-tapping and head bobbing.  A “go-to” artist for many clubs throughout the region, Jason has directly supported artists like Bronze Radio Return, Donovan Frankenreiter, Trevor Hall, Willie Nile, Alex Cuba, Eric Lindell, Charlie Mars, Bonerama, Bushwalla, The Wiyos, Brendan James, Jack Grace, and Mudcat, to name just a few.

    Tiny Gallery Concert Submission: Bronco Buster
    Inspiration: The Bronco Buster | Frederic Sackrider Remington & Breaking Down the Wild Horse | George Catlin

     

    Teddy Chipouras is a singer-songwriter originally from Lovettsville, VA and currently based out of Harrisonburg, VA. Drawing from folk, americana and rock, Teddy is able to create his own intriguing blend of the genres. With an underlying woody acoustic tone, he has recently expanded to a full band sound with an electric edge. Punchy, biting tones sit on top of the grounded singer-songwriter’s captivating lyrics and structure. Influenced by classics such as The Band and Jackson Browne, combined with current artists like Shakey Graves, The Avett Brothers and Gregory Alan Isakov; Teddy is able to draw components from each to create his own style consisting of catchy instrumentals underneath lyrical poetry.

    Tiny Gallery Concert Submission: Along The Rio Grande
    Inspiration: Along the Rio Grande | Walter Ufer

    Online

    This event will be live-streamed. A link to join will be provided the morning of the event. 

    Open to the Public

    Rockwell Ambassadors Only: 4:30 – 6 pm | Pick up to-go treats and gift bag from The Rockwell Museum 

    Join us for a fun evening of music featuring this year’s Tiny Gallery Concert winner, Louiston and runner-ups, Jason Ager and Teddy Chipouras. 

    Each musician will play a variety of tunes including an original song inspired by our collection. 

    Tiny Gallery Concert Winner: Louiston

    Lou DiPietro (Louiston) is a singer-songwriter and musician with influences that span genres and eras, from punk and indie to americana and classic country. His solo-acoustic project, Louiston, sonically orbits somewhere between M. Ward, Damien Jurado, Arlo Guthrie, Elliott Smith, and the up-tempo punk rock of his formative years. A writer, performer and producer, Lou draws from and celebrates the DIY ethos and blue-collar scrappiness rooted in his WNY upbringing and has performed solo up and down the East Coast for more than 10 years. Today, he lives in Trumansburg, NY.

    Tiny Gallery Concert Submission: March
    Inspiration: March | Grant Wood  

    Tiny Gallery Concert Runner-ups: Jason Ager and Teddy Chipouras

    Jason Ager is a dedicated father, a passionate college professor, and an original songwriter. Balancing a PhD in German Literature with a few days a week as a stay-at-home dad, Jason has played more than 100 shows a year in the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond.

    Ager’s recent EP, Bad Guy – EP, features witty, if quirky, lyrics highlighting what it means to be a “bad guy” with groovy musical compositions that guarantee instant foot-tapping and head bobbing.  A “go-to” artist for many clubs throughout the region, Jason has directly supported artists like Bronze Radio Return, Donovan Frankenreiter, Trevor Hall, Willie Nile, Alex Cuba, Eric Lindell, Charlie Mars, Bonerama, Bushwalla, The Wiyos, Brendan James, Jack Grace, and Mudcat, to name just a few.

    Tiny Gallery Concert Submission: Bronco Buster
    Inspiration: The Bronco Buster | Frederic Sackrider Remington & Breaking Down the Wild Horse | George Catlin

     

    Teddy Chipouras is a singer-songwriter originally from Lovettsville, VA and currently based out of Harrisonburg, VA. Drawing from folk, americana and rock, Teddy is able to create his own intriguing blend of the genres. With an underlying woody acoustic tone, he has recently expanded to a full band sound with an electric edge. Punchy, biting tones sit on top of the grounded singer-songwriter’s captivating lyrics and structure. Influenced by classics such as The Band and Jackson Browne, combined with current artists like Shakey Graves, The Avett Brothers and Gregory Alan Isakov; Teddy is able to draw components from each to create his own style consisting of catchy instrumentals underneath lyrical poetry.

    Tiny Gallery Concert Submission: Along The Rio Grande
    Inspiration: Along the Rio Grande | Walter Ufer