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Hi! My name is Sharon Glassman.

I’m a songwriting novelist, a journalist and stage performer.

Smiling with BookMy new show is called BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN, LIVE! In it, I read and sing to you from my “novel” novel with songs, BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN: a funny, brainy love story set in Sinatra’s hometown.

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Breaking News!

Sept 14th’s BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN Live! stars Amanda Berg Wilson of The Catamounts Theater + music legend Rockin’ Robin. Craft Cocktails, pastries. Fun! Showtime: 2:30 pm at Still Cellars, Longmont CO.

Recent Headlines:

READ: This fantastic FEATURE ARTICLE on BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN  in September’s Inside Longmont will show you who I am and what I do.

HONORED: The BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN theme song is a winner in the COMBO 2013 songwriting contest, category Jazz.

JOIN ME for August 10th’s BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN Live! at Still Cellars! Guest stars Frankie & Floyd will treat you to acoustic versions of Frank, Pink Floyd and friends. Guest star Brian Rezac will read the roles of Ned Allen and more. And there’s pie!

July 13’s BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN, LIVE! at Still Cellars: DJ Savior Breath mixes HOBOKEN songs and Sinatra. Actor Mare Trevathan does HOBOKEN’s characters HER way! Bob Wood and Dale Hoffman open with a set of original tunes.

LISTEN: Longmont songwriting duo/podcasters The Prairie Scholars (Jessica and Andy Eppler)’s interview is a great way to get the 411 on HOBOKEN. Thanks, Scholars!

WATCH: Tim Kaminski of 47 Films shot this 90-second video at Still Cellars: a distillery and arthouse. I think it does a great job of explaining the show. Take a look and let me know what you think.

READ: BOULDER MAGAZINE’s shout-out to the Lazy Person’s Book Club and join us on June 8 for the live LPBC show at Still Cellars: a distillery and arthouse. This month’s themed cocktail is The Cinna-tra. Our themed pastry (GF options) is the My Way Cappuccino Brownie. Our guest stars is stellar and the plot will treat you the joys of math, old friends, new love, listening parties and a loyal fish called julidochromis.

THANK YOU!

Phil, host of KRFC Live at Lunch, who says: “I fell in love with you and your music. The whole thing is exciting [ ...] I was getting tingles up and down my spine.”

Busy book lover Sherri P. who calls the monthly Lazy Person’s Book Club at Still Cellars, “The funnest hour a person can have. I can’t wait to hear what happens next month!”

Book-loving DJ Trish Lewis, who writes, “Sharon Glassman’s book BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN was a fabulous distraction on a stressful week. Nothing better than getting lost in a good book or song! Write On.”

Everyone who loves the songs and the book and the show…

ATTEND: May 11’s LAZY PERSON’s BOOK CLUB! Drink a MoMosa, order a live shout-out to you or your Mom from special guest Nina Rolle and me, purchase a Sinatra’s Mother gift set featuring a bottle of Still Cellars craft vodka, autographed copy of BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN, Mr. Bean gift certificate and two tickets to our next show. Doors Open 2:30p. Place: Still Cellars: a distillery and arthouse.

HEAR: HOBOKEN at FocoMx; I’ll be playing a selection of songs from my comic novel-with-songs at The Lyric Cinema Cafe Lobby at 7pm on Saturday, April 26th. See you there!

FESTIVAL: Saturday, April 12, 1:30-3:30 pm for the Longmont Library Festival in Longmont (the Brooklyn of Boulder), Colorado. Listen to samples of the BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN EP on the official BIOH audio player. Page through the beautiful new limited edition BIOH paperback, handcrafted in Colorado. Book me to perform live excerpts and songs for your book club, office, classroom and more. Address: 409 Kimbark Street, Lomo.

GUEST: Sunday, April 6th’s Lazy Person’s Book Club at Shine special guests are Billboard Magazine award recipient Laurie Dameron and Emily K. Harrison, Founder and Producing Artistic director of square product theatre. It’s Boulder Arts Week, so we’re going to be extra-artful in our reading and songs from BLAME IT ON HOBOKEN.

Want to be my guest, with a guest, for the show? Email me at sharon@sharonglassman.com by Friday, April 4 with “Tickets” in your subject line. I’ll pick one winner to receive two tix on Saturday, April 5.

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