Michael Wagner Fall Tour

Fall 2017 Northeast Tour

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I'm working on a small tour through the Appalachians and Northeast this fall, look for me in Johnson City, TN, Charlottesville, VA, New York City, Burlington VT, and more cities to come! In the meantime I'm simmering in the New Orleans summer, working on new material for a couple of new albums.

Man In the Oval Office

A song written in honor of former reality T.V. star, Donald Trump.

Michael Wagner with Big City Folk at Fawkner, June 29th 2017

Big City Folk Show at Fawkner

I'm happy to be returning to the site of the old Ceol Pub, Fawkner for another Big City Folk Songwriter night on Thursday, June 29th! It's hosted by Niall Connolly, and it's an open stage with yours truly as the evening's featured performer. I'll be trying out some very new material!

Michael Wagner with Stevie and the Lion at Union Hall, Brooklyn June 24th 2017

Brooklyn Show at Union Hall

Saturday June 24th was an auspicious night, with Stevie and the Lion releasing their debut EP, Perpetual Emotion Machine! The AC wasn't working, so I had the sweaty privilege of warming up an already hot crowd. Huzzah!

Who is Dynamite James???

That's a great question, and while our marketing team figures that out, we're offering his (her, their?) album for free.

It's a 12-song canon arranged in falling chromatic order, with each song in a different key, because while we still know little about Dynamite James, we know they definitely have OCPD.

Michael Wagner's latest ukulele effort, Ghosts, is now available on iTunes, CDBaby and well pretty much everywhere else.

Eight songs of love, loss and redemption, it's unlike any ukulele album you've ever heard.

Thanks to all of you brave New Yorkers who made it to Rockwood Music Hall despite a blizzard's best efforts to thwart them! We'll be back in the actual springtime, so stay tuned!

Upcoming Shows

Dec
13
Wed
Charlottesville, VA
10:00 PM
Dec
14
Thu
Brooklyn, NY
8:00 PM
Dec
15
Fri
Burlington, VT
8:30 PM
Dec
17
Sun
New York, NY
10:00 PM

About

Michael Wagner makes ukuleles sound like drum-machines, and sings manic guitar songs about love, heartbreak and zombies. He also makes audiences wonder how one man can make so many distinct sounds simultaneously come out of one instrument. Listen to the songs and watch the videos to get an idea. Even better, see it live.