James Maddock at River to River Festival

James Maddock at River to River Festival

British-born James Maddock, a mainstay on non-commercial and satellite radio, gained notoriety and accolades for his work with the band Wood and as a solo musician. His Americana sound won him praise at the 2010/11 NY Music Awards and WFUV’s 2011 Listener’s Poll.

JAMES MADDOCK

British-born James Maddock first gained notoriety in the U.S. as leader of the band Wood. Their album, Songs From Stamford Hill, produced the Top 5 hit, Stay You was included in a Dawson’s Creek soundtrack, and remains a fan favorite over a decade after it was released. As a solo artist, Maddock has released Sunrise On Avenue C, winner of the 2010/11 NY Music Award for “Best Americana Album;” Wake Up and Dream, named one of the top albums of 2011 by a WFUV Listener’s Poll; and Another Life, his newest work released May 2013.

Event Venue : Brookfield Place Plaza

Event Date : June 25 and 27

Event Time : 5:30 PM and 12:30 PM

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James Maddock at River to River Festival
When: June 25, 2013 ~ June 27, 2013
Time: 5:30am
Where: Brookfield Place Plaza, 220 Vesey Street
More Info: http://brookfieldplaceny.com/about
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rivertoriver
Twitter: https://twitter.com/R2RFestival
Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RiverToRiverFestival


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