“The Mighty Few” play Saturday, May 19, at the Chappaqua Farmers Market
Joe Gramando, at right, today; in “Read more….” see him really young!
May 18, 2012
by Christine Yeres
How few are The Might Few? Three. Emile Menasche on guitar, David Leonard on bass, and Joe Gramando on drums. Gramando is Director of School Facilities, Operations & Maintenance for the Chappaqua Central School District—buildings and grounds— but his first grounding was in music.
From bass-player Leonard:
The Mighty Few perform an eclectic smattering of hits and not-so-hits
from the pop music lexicon, Volumes 3, 4, 5, and 6. Their main concern
is that the library fines are really starting to add up. Easily
distracted, the irreverent “Few” tossed out most of the interesting
arrangements and catchy hooks of the original records and treat these
classic songs with their own brand of marvelousness.
Perhaps you’ll be lucky enough to hear them play a track from one of
their solo records recently recorded by both David and Emile. For a
fraction of what they’re worth, you can pick up a copy at any of their
The Mighty Few play starting around 10:00 a.m. tomorrow, May 19, at the Chappaqua Farmers Market, on the Great Lawn of St. Mary’s, next to the Bell School. Below is a YouTube snippet of Menasche:
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