“...poignant and universal.” —The Guardian
With his Dylan-like croon and commitment to political songcraft, young folk singer-songwriter Vikesh Kapoor took the world by storm in 2014 with his debut album, The Ballad of Willy Robbins. Raised in rural Pennsylvania, Kapoor has centered his music on the struggles for a good life endured by the working class. "At its best," he says, "music is a means of expression that transcends the superficial world and cuts right to the core."
Kapoor joins us at the Bing for a night in our newly-revamped cabaret space in the Bing Concert Hall Studio.