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Reviews - Keith Richard's "Life" Audiobook

The House That Horse Built (Let The Great World Spin) "Magnificent" - New York Post
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A Dickens Christmas for The Rockaways

The New Yorker 12.10.12

Lucinda Dickens Hawksley, the great-great-great-granddaughter of Charles Dickens and the author of "Charles Dickens: The Dickens Bicentenary 1812-2012," headlines a variety show celebrating Dickens and Christmas to benefit Rockaway, Queens, the beach neighborhood that was devastated by Hurricane Sandy. The evening includes appearances by the writers Colum McCann and Alphie McCourt (the youngest of that clan), the actors Cara Seymour and Michael McGlone, the Canby Singers and the great Irish rock and roller Joe Hurley, and Mary Norris, a copy editor at this magazine, who is a part-time Rockaway resident. (Dec. 6 at 7pm.)

Sandy Cares

New York Daily News 12.8.12

Sandy may have passed, but the goodwill for a great cause continues. Author Lucinda Dickens Hawksley - the great-great-great-granddaughter of Charles Dickens - joined singer Joe Hurley and author Colum McCann for Sandy relief in the Rockaways at Theatre 80 St. Marks on Thursday.

Goings On About Town "Night Life"

The New Yorker 3.10.12

Joe's Pub at Public Theater, 425 Lafayette St.

'If there’s such a thing as a rock-and-roll basso profundo, Joe Hurley is its primo uomo. On March 15, Hurley and his band the Gents will perform a set that careens from stomping rock to engrossing ballads. Two nights later, Hurley will host his classic, freewheeling St. Patrick’s Day songfest.'

 

Joe Hurley featured in Broadway World!

3.10.12

Visit BroadwayWorld.com to read this article featuring Joe Hurley, Michael Cerveris, Annie Golden and more at Joe's Pub, 3/17.

 

South Belfast NewsTHE NEW YORKER March 14, 2011

GOINGS ON ABOUT TOWN
NIGHT LIFE
ROCK AND POP
Highline Ballroom, March 12th, Joe Hurley

'Joe Hurley is one of the City's deepest pop singers, both in his vocal range, and in the level of his soulfulness; his recent interpretation of "One for My Baby" as part of the Loser's Lounge Rat-Pack Tribute was mesmerizing'


South Belfast NewsJOE HURLEY IN AUDIOFILE MAGAZINE

Check out the interview/feature of Joe Hurley in AudioFile Magazine. The magazine talks with Joe about his work narrating Keith Richards' memoir, Life.

 



South Belfast NewsSOUTH BELFAST NEWS

Joe Hurley featured in South Belfast News. Press from Joe's Belfast Festival appearance.

 


South Belfast NewsPLAYBACK MAGAZINE - SEPTEMBER 2010

"New York City musical luminary Joe Hurley strikes a chord with audiences across the globe"
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Audio PortraitJoe Hurley's Audio Portrait featured on ASCAP.com

Click here to check out Joe Hurley's Audio Portrait! The highly-acclaimed Audio Portraits series gives listeners unique insight into the creative process, as told by the writers themselves.

 

 


Reviews of Joe Hurley, Rogue's March, NEVER FEAR and CHASER

Joe Hurley is the best singer of vowels in rock since Shane MacGowan and he's got fire behind those puppy eyes. VILLAGE VOICE

Joe Hurley & Rogue's March


Chaser


Never Fear


Joe Hurley - Live @ The Loser's Lounge