It’s not often that one of L.A.’s most inspiring artists makes her way to the East Coast, and that’s what makes Brooke Josephson’s appearance in New York City one of the must-see events of summer.
The beautiful singer-songwriter will be bringing her infectious brand of pop-rock to the East Coast for an exclusive performance at New York’s acclaimed Rockwood Music Hall on Saturday, August 17. Joining Josephson on stage that evening will be Tony Award-winning artist, Frances Ruffelle. In addition to a featured performance by Ruffelle, Josephson’s set will include material from her female-empowered EP, ‘Sexy N’ Domesticated’ as well as songs from her emotionally-driven first album, ‘Live And Let Live.’ She’ll also be unveiling new material to East Coast fans for the very first time, along with a few surprises.
In addition to her New York performance, Josephson is currently hard at work on her new EP as well as continuing to encourage and inspire others with her weekly “Woman of The Week” series on her social media accounts. She’s also an avid supporter of her daughter, Shira’s efforts as both an author and advocate for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
I recently spoke with Brooke Josephson about her upcoming performance at Rockwood Music Hall, new music and more in this exclusive new interview.
What can fans expect from your upcoming performance at The Rockwood?
Brooke Josephson: It’s going be a lot of fun and I’m so glad to have the opportunity to play there. There will be a few songs from ‘Sexy N Domesticated’, a few from my ‘Live And Let Live’ EP, some new songs, and then a few covers. I’m friends with Frances Ruffelle, who won the Tony Award for Les Misérables, and had the chance to sing in her Cabaret in New York in the spring. So, when I had the opportunity to perform at Rockwood, I reached out to her to see if she’d be interested in singing a few songs. She’ll be featured and do a solo and we’ll also do a medley of songs together.
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