“Compassion is an action word with no boundaries.” – Prince I had a very different post scheduled for today. And then I saw it on our twitter feed – RIPPrince. What? WHAT? That’s impossible. Right? I mean, I remember reading about how he just saw Hamilton. And was so wonderful towards everyone in the show. I was just joking about him with my musical partner, Nat. I mean, he was fifty seven…. Read More

A Write Teacher(s) Playlist: April Tunes

Hello Beautiful People, Here are some tunes I can’t STOP listening to recently: What About Love? (Cynthia Erivo + Jennifer Hudson) I’m Here (Cynthia Erivo)  The Color Purple (The cast of The Color Purple Broadway) Middle (DJ Snake feat. Bipolar Sunshine) Little Do You Know (Alex & Sierra)  Run (Matt Nathanson feat Sugarland) Live, Love, Learn, Megan & The Write Teacher(s)

Music Magic Q&A Series: Charlotte Jaconelli

Hello Beautiful People, It’s time to introduce you to my new friend + collaborator, the one and only, Charlotte Jaconelli. In a word – she’s fantastic. But I’ll save you the gush fest, and get on with our latest Q&A here at The Write Teacher(s)! MM: First things first, did you always want to be a singer? If not, when did you realize you wanted to be a performer? CJ: I actually… Read More

A Write Teacher(s) Playlist: August Tunes

Hello, TWT readers! After a few years of sharing my favorite music with you all, it’s time for me to say goodbye to The Write Teacher(s) as I continue pursuing my call to ministry, and unfortunately, there aren’t enough hours in the day! Thank you for welcoming me into this space and for giving me a place to share something so dear to me with all of you.  If you wish to… Read More

Music Magic Q&A Series: Zack Zadek

Hello Beautiful People, This next Q&A is with the one and only, ZZ. Aka Zack Zadek. NO INTRODUCTION IS NECESSARY – we’ll just dive right in. MM: First thing first, can you pinpoint the moment when you knew you wanted to write musicals? ZZ: I wish I could be like one of those people who can remember every single day of their lives in exacting detail, and I could be like “It was… Read More

Music Magic Q&A Series: Blake Pfeil

Hello Beautiful, Blake Pfeil is an actor and a songwriter. His debut album Wallpaper, is available on iTunes, Amazon, Google, and many others sites. After a sold-out 2013 NYC debut at Joe’s Pub (Blake Pfeil is in Love with a Girl Named… Irene,) Blake’s music has also been featured in larger venues like the Highline Ballroom and Rockwood Music Hall, as well as on the club scene, including at his home base… Read More

COMING SOON: Blake Pfeil in The BBC, 1970

54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club, presents Blake Pfeil in The BBC, 1970 on Saturday, July 25. On October 9, 1970, the BBC aired Joni Mitchell in Concert, an intimate and acoustic portrait that spotlighted several of her career-defining songs, including “Chelsea Morning,” “Big Yellow Taxi,” and “Both Sides Now.” In his 54 Below debut, up-and-coming singer/songwriter Blake Pfeil set up a challenge for himself: to pen and perform a new song as a… Read More

Music Notes: Delta Rae

Hello Beautiful People, Here’s the thing. this may be my shortest article I’ve ever written. But, it’s because few words are necesary really. Looking for something new to put in your iTunes library? DOWNLOAD DELTA RAE’S NEW ALBUM, AFTER IT ALL, RIGHT NOW. It’s outstanding. Your ears will thank you for it. You’ll thank ME for it. And then everyone will be the happiest. Capeeshe? Live, Love, Learn, Megan & The Write… Read More

Music Notes: Kiwi

On their third full-length album, Jersey City reggae-fusion ensemble Kiwi finesse their melodic approach and strip down their sound to its rawest, most rhythmic elements. Their newest record, “A Room With A View,” combines syncopated roots rhythms with outside influences that span decades and circle the globe. On party-starters like “New Year Steady,” vocalist/guitarist Alex Tea, drummer Ramsey Norman, and bassist Steve Capecci are joined by musicians and friends from their travels… Read More

COMING SOON: Nat Zegree and Friends in “Bring the Spring”

NAT ZEGREE IN “Bring the Spring” March 16th at 7:00 p.m. at… The Laurie Beechman Theatre _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Say farewell to winter with Nat Zegree and friends as they premiere fresh new theatre and pop songs, including numbers from the upcoming musicals THE KING’S CRITIQUE and DR. KILGORE. Nat Zegree has returned to the New York stage with his second solo show to feature a special sneak peek at the two new… Read More