The secret sound that emerges from a hidden city corner. The soundtrack of the speak-easy. Dancing into the depths of a night that never ends and waking up to start again. Newfound joy that reminds you of days gone by.
Using instuments from the Mississipi Delta string-band tradtion and from a New Orleans street-party, Tin Pan is acoustic roots music boiled down to the heart of Americana.
The band has honed its craft performing over two hundred times a year. Tin Pan has entertained tens of thousands of people from all over the world. Their audiences are widely divergant in age, taste, background and culture. The band’s singer, Jesse Selengut, has this to say, “I’m so happy to see the music I love getting such a great response. When I see little kids dancing with their grandparents and we get all the couples smiling and moving . . . that’s when I know the music is working.”
“Of the three acts that played, Tin Pan won the gold.”
- Patrick Gallahue, New York Post (May 16, 2008)
“A spot in musician’s heaven”
- New York Times (May 2, 2008)
“It makes you feel happy”
- Daily News (May 16th, 2008)
“I don’t think I’ve had such a pleasurable experience waiting for a train in all my life.
[Tin Pan] sounded wonderful.”