One of the things we’ve missed most during the pandemic is live music, and we suspect we’re not alone. Whether it was going to see a friend’s band, going to an open mic to listen and share, or just dropping by a bar that had reliably good acts and checking out what was going on, the lack of live music has left one of the bigger holes in our life. This week at S&W we’re dipping into our archives to celebrate some of the great live performances we’ve witnessed over the years.
Up today is one of our absolute favorites in the NYC songwriter scene, St Lenox. With an absolute tank of a voice and thought provoking lyrics delivered with super creative phrasings, St Lenox is a truly unique artist and one of the city’s true gems. Here we share a performance of his song Thurgood Marshall, which is almost certainly the best song about a Supreme Court Justice ever written