Gabriel Miller-Phillips, a musician from Brooklyn, N.Y., performs tonight at the Sixth Avenue Gallery. The Black And White Magazine wrote that there is a tender element woven into the fabric of Miller-Phillips' EP, Shoot The Moon, a five-song affair that rests largely on an acoustic guitar and sincere tenor. The magazine said Miller-Phillips is a legitimate singer-songwriter with influences by the greats like Van Morrison, Marc Bolan, Elliott Smith and Jeff Buckley. ... This is a promising artist to watch out for. The music starts at 10 p.m. Courtesy photo
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