Rob Teter will play a fine acoustic concert on Wednesday, May 25th, at 6:00 PM.
Hey ya'll. Writing your own biography in the third person is really strange, so instead, here it is from the horse's mouth...
My name is Rob. I write songs and sing 'em. I also play guitar - and if I'm feeling lucky, piano too. I currently reside in Brooklyn, NY where I spend most days traveling around in a stretch limousine. That's what I call my all-black bicycle. Although, I just painted the limousine's spokes bright blue and, yes, it looks VERY cool. I consider myself an aficionado of the breakfast taco, I only own two pairs of pants, and I'll go swimming in pretty much any body of water. I'm an expert at backing very large vans with trailers attached into impossibly tight places, and I'll drive your boat because I'm a licensed boat captain. I'm 25 years old, 6'2', 165lbs, I probably sleep too late, and when I grow up I want to be Jon Stewart or Lyle Lovett.
I used to play with a really fun band called The Belleville Outfit, which I started with my friends a few years back. We traveled around the country, played some pretty amazing locales, and released two albums that got played on the radio. The Belleville Outfit's home was Austin, TX - which was also my home from 2007-2011, and where I picked up my refined taco palette. I grew up in Spartanburg, SC though - and although you may have never heard of it, it is actually the center of the universe.
In 2011, when Belleville called it quits, I headed for New York City. That's where
I'm writing this bio. I am finishing my degree here, but that's boring and you don't
want to hear about that. Musically speaking, I hold down a Sunday residency at a
small club in Manhattan. It's my first go at playing all by myself and it's
simultaneously awesome and terrifying. I'm just now kicking this solo engine into
gear, so I don't yet have an album or even a website. But those will come in time.
For now, though, I have a bunch of music I want to play for you. Some songs are
romantic, some are hopeful, some are sad, and some are even funny. But they may
only be funny to me.
Doors open at 6:00 and the concert is 7:00 to 9:00.
$20 suggested admission donation
BYOB and hors d'oeuvres are welcome!