e77 Music: Jacob Tilove

e77 Music: Jacob Tilove

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Jacob Tilove is a Queens-based songwriter. He is one-third of the The Lonesome Trio, whose debut album was released in 2015 on Sugar Hill Records, and is a fixture of the New York bluegrass scene, playing mandolin and guitar in the bluegrass, folk, rock, folk-rock, rock-folk, and affiliated genres.

e77 music: Ali Dineen

e77 music: Ali Dineen

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Ali Dineen is a singer, visual artist and multiinatrumentalist who performs original music and songs from the American folk tradition, with a special love for spirituals, gospel and 1920s jazz, as well as songs of resistance from different movements throughout history. Her performance is one of music as well as storytelling and puppetry meant to heal and sing joy into the soul.

e77 music: Mike Tedesco

e77 music: Mike Tedesco

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Mike Tedesco is a pianist/singer-songwriter from Torrington, Connecticut currently residing in Brooklyn, New York. Inspired by legendary musicians such as Billy Joel, Paul Simon, Dave Matthews, Ray Charles, Jeff Buckley, and Thelonious Monk, (and his most recent favorite composer/genius/rapper, Lin-Manuel Miranda), 

Tedesco is a storyteller. His soulful music is infused with jazz, rock, and classical elements that carry the listener through a journey of life’s most pivotal moments.

Website:  www.miketedescomusic.com

Thanksgiving - e77 will be closed

Thanksgiving - e77 will be closed

Espresso 77 will be closed for Thanksgiving so that our staff may spend the holiday with their families.

We will close at 7pm on Wednesday, November 22nd and will reopen at 8am on Friday, November 24th.

We are thankful for our wonderful customers and staff!

e77 music: Gawain and the Green Night

e77 music: Gawain and the Green Night

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Gawain and the Green Knight are a last hoorah for the dead! More technically, they’re a folk duo, made up of Alexia Antoniou and Mike O’Malley.

With their guitar and Irish Bouzouki in hand, the two seek to breathe warm air into lungs that have long since disintegrated into dust, singing to life these relatable ghosts in warm, howling harmony.