The last time Elmore covered indie singer-songwriter Tanya Leah was about a year ago when her album, Somewhere Beautiful, was released on Blue Feather Records under the project name Roses For Panjo. We already knew that the New York-based artist could hammer out upbeat anthems and relatable ballads, but what you might not know about her is that she is an award-winning songwriter, penning beloved tracks for hit television shows like “How I Met Your Mother” and “Dawson’s Creek”. Though talent is obvious within her music, further proof has her sharing the stage with big name bluegrass-country artists Alison Krauss and John Hiatt. Since then, Tanya Leah has shared her talent with the world around the NY and NJ circuits, becoming a regular at NYC’s oldest rock club, Bitter End.
On Sunday, April 3rd, Tanya Leah will be playing a free show at Rockwood Music Hall located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Doors open at 5:45 with a 6 PM showtime and Tanya will be accompanied by fellow talented musicians Everett Bradley, Bette Sussman, and John Mettam. With a humble, passionate stage presence to match sweet, catchy music, Tanya Leah’s performance will be nothing short of inspiring.