Don McCloskey is a Brooklyn-based
Don McCloskey is a Brooklyn-based independent songwriter and performer. His songs and performances are eclectic both in genre and in tone. He’s lyrically fixated on love, death, sex, spirituality, politics, obscure German percussion instruments, men’s figure skating, the town he was born in (Bristol, PA) and the city that raised him (NYC). His music is heavily influenced by American and Irish folk revivalists, British Invasion rock, 80’s hip hop. His songs have been featured in television, film and commercials including “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, “The Hills” and Michael Moore’s “Bowling for Columbine.” He has opened for artists and shows ranging from G Love and Special Sauce to Raekwon to The Nightman Cometh. His annual holiday shows at the Tin Angel were sold out affairs. This year he brings his show to The Locks. Advance tickets are highly recommended.
(Saturday) 8:00 pm
The Locks at Sona
4417 Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127