BY Kathy Leonard Czepiel | June 5, 2020 | Daily Nutmeg
The small business district of Westville Village, which came of age in the second half of the 19th century, is special in part because its long history as a center of industry and commerce is still visible today more
The Other Guys Tour
Follow The Other Guys as they tour the USA January 2018! New Haven, hometown of our very own Thomas Halvorsen, saw us play gigs at the beautiful Lyric Hall Theatre and at Yale in collaboration with Something Extra. We squeezed in a trip to the football field and ate a lot of tacos. As usual, plenty of sweating, singing and socializing! Watch the video
Effort Underway to Save New Haven’s Lyric Hall
BY Randall Beach | MARCH 5, 2015 | New Haven Register
John Cavaliere will be the first to tell you he has always been “a dreamer.” But dreams don’t pay the bills, especially in today’s economy.
And so now, Cavaliere, who 10 years ago bought … read more
Words and music of Bob Dylan come to New Haven
Posted by Southern News | Jan 29, 2013 | by Josh Falcone – General Assignment Reporter
Bob Dylan’s words and music have been moving and inspiring people for more than 50 years, and his songs have been covered, covered and covered in that long stretch of time. For a short time right now in the Westville section of New Haven, Dylan’s music and words are being used to portray the unbelievable mark the man has left on the musical landscape in Long Time Gone: Words & Music by Bob Dylan. read more
This Is Not Bob Dylan
By Paul Bass | New Haven Independent | Jan 25, 2013
This is BettySoo.
This is BettySoo performing a Bob Dylan song on opening night at Lyric Hall. This is BettySoo singing like BettySoo. Playing guitar like BettySoo. Not like Bob Dylan.
Praise the lord—and pass the microphone. read more and see some clips from the show
Lyric Hall Sings Away The Apocalypse
By Allan Appel | JAN 1, 2013 | New Haven Independent
It was 9:15 p.m. John Cavaliere was slicing garlic and uttering incantations warmed by his 1930s gas stove in his cozy kitchen off the performance space. Composer and chanteuse Chrissy Gardner (pictured) was at the piano running through her big upbeat “Buddhist Blessing.” read more
Westville Jazz Holiday Celebration
Chris Randall | I Love New Haven | Sunday, December 23, 2012
Saturday night Lyric Hall hosted a festive Jazz Celebration in Westville. Money was raised to purchase new instruments for young musicans, and towards the repairs of Lyric Hall. See the photos!