Dawes’ Taylor Goldsmith Performs Intimate NYC Show
Dawes frontman Taylor Goldsmith took the stage at the Rose Bar in New York’s upscale Gramercy Hotel last night for a 45-minute solo acoustic set. Performing for a crowd of music industry professionals and friends of the band, Goldsmith’s set consisted predominantly of songs from Dawes’ latest album Nothing Is Wrong.
Goldsmith also gave the crowd a taste of what’s to come for Dawes and shared three brand new songs, “Something In Common,” “Just Beneath the Surface” and “Stories Don’t End.” Closing the set with the Nothing Is Wrong ballad “My Way Back Home,” Goldsmith delighted the crowd by dipping into the singalong chorus of “When My Time Comes” before seguing back into the final verse of “My Way Back Home.”
Goldsmith will return to the stage this Thursday and Friday with his younger brother, Dawes’ drummer Griffin Goldsmith, to celebrate Bob Dylan’s birthday at Irving Plaza. Dawes will then tour the East Coast before making their way back to New York in late June to headline a free show in Central Park.