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Schuyler took a little time off from live performances to write more, study more and act in a few workshop productions for a new musical based upon the hit film “A Walk on the Moon” with music by Paul Scott Goodman and RENT and IF/THEN Broadway director Michael Grief. She’s excited for her set tonight at the Chatham Brewery in Chatham NY and this weekend at NYC’s Caffe Vivaldi.
April 9 Chatham Brewery
April 11 Caffe Vivaldi
Schuyler jammed at the famous Tim McLoones Supper Club in Asbury Park as a featured guest on WE-TV’s Big Joe Henry Variety Show. The show will air in Philly and New York City late summer. Schuyler shared the bill with Rock-n-Roll Hall of Famer Gene Cornish from The Rascals and Bobby Bandiera from Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes and Bon Jovi. It was a very Jersey music crowd and Skye fit right in playing her songs “No Words” solo acoustic and “I Am Today” with the house band led by Pat Guadagno. In between songs, Skye was interviewed by Big Joe Henry. It was a great evening of music and fun. Look for Schuyler on The Big Joe Henry Variety Show on We-TV in late summer/early September (Ch.3-NYC, Ch.2-Phila)
Schuyler jammed with percussionist Sammy Wagner at the world famous Bitter End. It was freezing outside but inside the room was packed and the crowd excited to see the show. Schuyler did a 45 minute set with a much appreciated encore. Her newest song “Paul” was also performed live for the first time. Thanks Bitter End and Razor Boy for the gig!
After winning at the high school level and then NY Regional, Schuyler competed in Troy, NY for the New York State title and won. As a result, Schuyler will represent NY at the 2014 National Poetry Out Load Competition in Washington DC. The National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation have partnered with U.S. state arts agencies to support Poetry Out Loud, a contest that encourages the nation’s youth to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation. It is a national competition that begins in High Schools and thousands of students around the country.