THE TELL is my storytelling series and podcast.  Each month, I invite raconteurs and musicians to play songs and tell stories.

THE TELL, Vol. 14 will be in the ballroom of THE JANE HOTEL
Sunday, Jan. 29
7:30 doors, 8pm show
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THE TELL Podcast is co-produced by Gabriel Galvin and Natalia Schwien. The theme song “Written By A Fool” and other music outside live performances is written by Michael Leviton and performed with friends.

Ep04 features stories about curses cast over the internet and an unusual Catholic school teacher. The stories are told by Michael Leviton and John Romano (screenwriter of American Pastoral, The Lincoln Lawyer, and Intolerable Cruelty) with a live musical performance by Okay Kaya and a version of THE TELL theme song “Written By A Fool” performed with Jon Cowherd on organ.

Ep03 features stories about an unnerving overnight-bus ride and a teenage graffiti artist. Stories are told by Bryndon Cook (Star Child and the New Romantic, Blood Orange, Chairlift) and Jack Dishel (:Dryvers, The Moldy Peaches, Only Son) with a live musical performance of “Fondness” by Aerial East and Jon Cowherd.

Ep02 features stories about the unforeseen hazards of scoring a German play and interviewing a traumatized veteran. Stories are told by Adam Green of The Moldy Peaches and Jenny Eliscu, Rolling Stone Magazine contributer and host of Sirius Radio’s Left of Center with a live musical performance of “Marianne Was Quiet” by Luke Temple of Here We Go Magic.

Ep01 features stories about borrowed urine and a demonic brooche. Stories are told by Alia Shawkat, known best for her role as Maeby on Arrested Development, and Kyp Malone of TV On The Radio with a musical performance of “Dreams” by Kelsey Lu whose CHURCH EP was recently released on True Panther Sounds.