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Rick Furst is an award-winning composer and Singer-Songwriter whose prolific output in the past two years includes many worldwide releases - including two well-received 5-song EPs ("Down To Austin" and "For Love And Freedom (with fiddle great Warren Hood)") and nearly a dozen Singles (including "Queen of the People's Hearts (Sweet Princess Di)", the very popular "Angels Came When Mary Would Sing" (a Motown-flavored ode to late great Supremes member Mary Wilson), "Through The Eyes of Love," and "Remember the Alamo (feat. fiddle great Warren Hood)," "Enough's Enough" (a song for Uvalde), "To Be A Freedom Fighter (A Song for the Ukraine)," a suicide prevention song, "My Dear Friend," "Afghanistan" and other heartfelt releases. And there's much more to come! Rick's set to release three new groundbreaking albums in 2023-24 - "The Riddle" (a cutting-edge power-piano album), "My Strange Times" (a cutting-edge primarily acoustic guitar-driven album) and the retro-flavored "Pure Fun" 5-song EP with sax great Tony Bray (featuring homages to Elvis and Fats Domino, Hoagie Carmichael, Diana Krall, plus a funky fun song, "Bad Bad Day").

Past Performances

Rick's done literally thousands of performances in a wide variety of settings - from orchestral gigs to rock band gigs to jazz quartet gigs to Middle Eastern ensemble gigs to roots and American band gigs to folk rock gigs to solo gigs and more, with some of best musicians in the country, in some of the nation's - and world's - biggest locales (including New York, Boston, Chicago, Austin, Jerusalem, Paradise Island (Nassau), The Turks and Caicos, Negril (Jamaica), Syracuse, Hartford, Newport, Nantucket Island and more). The innumerable venues included the Parker House Hotel (Boston), the Waldorf Astoria (New York), Rockefeller Chapel (Chicago), The Breakers (Newport, RI), The University of Chicago, W XYZ Bar (Austin), Easy Tiger Stage (Austin), The Dan Hotel (Jerusalem), Club Med (Paradise Island), Club Med (The Turks and Caicos), Hedonism (Negril, Jamaica), Mango Tango (Georgetown, TX), The Outpost Performance Space (Albuquerque), The Wool Warehouse (Albuquerque), Evangelos Cocktail Lounge (Santa Fe, NM), Club Getaway (Kent, CT), The Cabaret (Syracuse), The Georgetown Public Library (TX - as part of their "Live Events" Concert series), QBar Lounge (Albuquerque), Ray Heatherton Radio Show, Sonya Jevette online talk show, Vanessies (Santa Fe, NM), The Sheraton Georgetown (TX), The Dix Hills Bandshell, The FOTA Finale (Chicago), AME Methodist Church (West Hartford, CT), Unitarian Universalist Church of West Hartford, The Tap Room (Nantucket Island), China Club (Austin), Red Cap Cigar Lounge (Taylor, TX), Steve's Ice Cream (Somerville, MA), Steve's Ice Cream (Huntington, NY), etc.

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