**CW TV LIVESTREAM** - Leslie Mendelson Live from City Winery NYC - 10/29/20

**CW TV LIVESTREAM** - Leslie Mendelson Live from City Winery NYC - 10/29/20

Thursday, October 29 2020 7PM EASTERN Start
Thu Oct 29 2020

**CW TV LIVESTREAM** - Leslie Mendelson Live from City Winery NYC - 10/29/20

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Leslie Mendelson
Acclaimed Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Leslie Mendelson appears at City Winery NYC on Thursday, October 29th for a livestream performance. She’ll focus on material from her most recent studio album ‘If You Can’t Say Anything Nice…,’ as well as a solo acoustic EP ‘In The Meantime,’ that was recorded during quarantine earlier this Spring. Described by Relix Magazine as an artist with “a loyal, cross-generational audience that hugs the hippie, hipster, coffee shop and society crowds,” Leslie’s timeless musicality and evocative songwriting indeed cuts a wide swath. All Music writes that Leslie evokes “1970s songwriter influences in the vein of Carole King and Carly Simon,” while The Aquarian declares she is “the closest thing one can get to a truly honest musical experience.” 

 
Leslie Mendelson’s previous work, including 2009 Grammy-nominated debut album ‘Swan Feathers’ and 2017 album, ‘Love & Murder’ dealt closely with matters of the heart. However, when it came time to compose the songs that comprise ‘If You Can’t Say Anything Nice…,’ she and her longtime writing partner Steve McEwan set out to examine the anxiety stemming from the current socio-political climate with songs like "Medication," "I Need Something To Care About" and "Would You Give Up Your Gun.” It’s fitting extension of a more socially conscious outlook offered on “A Human Touch”—Leslie’s duet with Jackson Browne for the documentary film, ‘5B,’ released in 2019. 
 
If Leslie Mendelson’s only collaboration with a legendary musician was Jackson Browne, it would be a worthy point to celebrate. However, what’s truly telling is that Leslie has also drawn the attention of The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir who recorded a duet with her on Roy Orbison's standard, “Blue Bayou,” while no less than classic rock royalty, The Who, invited her to open two shows at Madison Square Garden. She was set to open three more dates for the band that were unfortunately postponed due to the 2020 pandemic. With some of rock music’s most legitimate voices seeking Leslie out, it leaves no doubt the sacred ground that her artistry inhabits.