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Mackenzie at Rockwood Music Hall July 31st 7pm

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Mackenzie is thrilled to return to Rockwood Music Hall Stage 1 on July 31st at 7pm.  Come hear songs off her soon-to-be-released LP Neverland!  Featuring Yuka Tadano, Lizzie King-Hall, Sheerya Shivers, and Sarah Stevens.  Rockwood is located at 196 Allen Street.  7-7:45pm, 21+, no cover.

 

 

“4th of July” available on iTunes!

The second single off my upcoming album, “4th of July,” is now available on iTunes!

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“Nothing to Fear” available on iTunes!

I’m excited to bring you my debut single from the album! It’s available on iTunes.

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Pre-Release at Rockwood Music Hall!

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It’s almost time for my very first album to be released! Come celebrate at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 1 on Saturday, May 10th and hear tracks from the album.

I will be joined by the following fabulous musicians:

Stephen Chopek on drums
Julia Sinclair Adamy on bass
Yoed Nir on cello
Sarah Wells Shivers, Lizzie King-Hall, and Sarah Stevens on harmonies

Hope to see you there!
xo M

Mackenzie Returns to the Bitter End Sunday, January 12th 8:15pm

Mackenzie is pleased to return to the Bitter End to play as part of the Singer/Songwriter Sessions.

147 Bleeker Street
8:15-8:45pm
$5 cover

Mackenzie to play Bitter End Songwriter Session Sunday, December 8th

Mackenzie is thrilled to play her first Songwriter Session at New York’s legendary Bitter End.  She will play a 15 minute set from 8:45-9pm.

Mackenzie returns to Rockwood Music Hall – Saturday, November 23rd 5pm

Mackenzie will play a set of original music at Rockwood Music Hall’s Stage 1 from 5-5:45pm on Saturday, November 23rd.

196 Allen Street
No Cover
21+

Mackenzie to play at Rockwood Music Hall – Sunday, September 8th 3pm

Come catch Mackenzie’s post-brunch set at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 1 from 3-3:45pm on Sunday, September 8th.

196 Allen Street
No Cover
21 +

NYTheatre.com Reviews Perceval

Judith Jarosz of NYTheatre.com gives Perceval a wonderful review!  She writes, “Shivers’ delightful music and sound effects are absolutely key in keeping up the pace and illuminating the shifting moods of this piece.”  Read the full article by clicking here.

The New York Times Reviews Perceval

Perceval gets a great review from Neil Genzlinger in the New York Times ArtsBeat section.  Neil calls Mackenzie a “one-woman orchestra” and says her “eclectic musical accompaniment is a nice touch.”  Read the full article here!