Sirius XM’s Coffee House is hosting a special Hamptons performance as part of its Coffee House Live tour this summer. On Sunday, August 6, Coffee House is presenting Joshua Radin, Rachael Yamagata and Brandon Jenner at The Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett.
Brandon Jenner, the son of Caitlyn Jenner and Linda Thompson, has received worldwide recognition for his music with the duo “Brandon and Leah” with wife Leah Felder. The couple wrote and co-produced their award-winning debut EP, Cronies, which was released in April of 2013, and reached # 3 on the iTunes Pop Chart, #82 on the Billboard 200 chart, #16 on the Billboard Independent Albums Chart and #24 on the Billboard Digital Albums chart. The talented duo followed that up with another successful EP, Together, which was released in October of 2014. Their song Showstopper was used as the theme song for Kourtney and Kim Take Miami on E! Entertainment.
Jenner recently released his first solo EP and his song Burning Ground has received air play on Sirius Radio station “Coffee House” and is also currently featured in Spotify’s “Your Favorite Coffeehouse” playlist. “In this coming chapter of my life, the music will guide my way, and the people for whom this music resonates with will serve as my motivation and purpose,” Jenner said on his website about his new music. “This record embodies the hardships and triumphs that have contributed to my recent growth spurt of emotional development.”
Joshua Radin, a journeyman musician who Rolling Stone lauded for his “whispery, silver-bell voice”, has toured the world, connecting with crowds through his creative, emotive and honest music. The Fall, his recently released, self produced album, features ten deeply personal tracks. In addition to selling hundreds of thousands of records, Radin has appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Tonight Show and Conan.
Rachael Yamagata has showcased her “edge-laden sound” on numerous shows, including Conan, The Tonight Show, Last Call with Carson Daly, The O.C., 30 Rock, and One Life to Live. Her latest album, Tightrope Walker, has earned rave reviews from Mojo, The Independent, The Arts Desk, Daily Mirror and Reader’s Digest.
“Inspired by Twin Towers traverser Philippe Petit, Tightrope Walker is a suitably courageous attempt to deal with precipitous emotions in risky musical settings,” said Andy Gill of The UK’s Independent. “The result is a compelling set of songs in which Rachael Yamagata stretches her cabaret-croon style in diverse directions, from the shuffling trip-hop of Over to the fulsome, horn-drawn soul entreaty of Let Me Be Your Girl.
Tickets begin at $100.
The Stephen Talkhouse is located at 161 Main Street in Amagansett. For tickets, visit stephentalkhouse.com.