The ArtsCenter Photoblog

December 9, 2009

Girlyman

Filed under: Music — Tags: , , , , — Lisa Pepin @ 12:12 am

This past Friday at the ArtsCenter Atlanta-based banded Girlyman put on a great show delivering three part harmonies and plenty of laughs between songs. Girlyman blends acoustic, Americana and rock with some classical and jazz influences. The trio has great on stage chemistry and played off one another skillfully, improvising and joking around. Make sure you check out more after the page break!

Girlyman plays during their show.

Girlyman's impressive array of guitars sit on stage before the show.

A very manly way to write "Girlyman," as seen on a piece of the band's sound equipment.

Tylan Greenstein plays guitar and sings one part of a three-part harmony.

Girlyman improvises a silly song inspired by the band's feeling that they should be in the LIFE magazine important things this decade issue. One of the lyrics went "We're more important that Barack Obama."

Nate Borofsky sings and plays his guitar with the best guitar strap I have ever seen.

Ty keeps time on a drum.

Doris Muramatsu sings and plays guitar during a song. Several songs included amazing three part harmonies by Doris, Nate and Ty.

Doris Muramatsu sings and plays guitar during a song.

Guest drummer J.J. works her magic. J.J. often added to the bands jokes by adding a few drum beats at the end of a punch line.

Guest drummer J.J. works her magic. J.J. often added to the bands jokes by adding a few drum beats at the end of a punch line.

Nate and Doris make up two of a three party harmony.

Nate and Doris make of two of a three part harmony.

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  1. […] Obama. Who knows what they will do this time! Click here for more details and to buy tickets, and click here to see more of my photos from the last Girlyman […]

    Pingback by Preview: Girlyman! « The ArtsCenter Photoblog — October 29, 2010 @ 12:19 pm


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