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New Hampshire-born singer-songwriter Andrew St. Aubin, formerly of the indie-pop band Aldenbarton, is now embarking on a new project called Son of the Granite State. A talented multi-instrumentalist, here he demonstrates his masterful piano chops and ability to croon out a contemplative tune. Many thanks to the Yamaha Piano Salon in midtown Manhattan for providing the room full of baby grands.
New Hampshire-born singer-songwriter Andrew St. Aubin, formerly of the indie-pop band Aldenbarton, is now embarking on a new project called Son of the Granite State. A talented multi-instrumentalist, here he demonstrates his masterful piano chops and ability to croon out a contemplative ditty, his own playing accompanied by a player piano he programmed himself — one of many in a room of baby grands at the Yamaha Piano Salon in midtown Manhattan.
Don’t miss our Hear & There episode with Johanna and the Dusty Floor as the band performs in Brooklyn in Johanna’s home. The Australian born piano player’s sound is a mix of electronic pop and symphony orchestra, and is something you won’t want to miss.
British indie-folk band, Peggy Sue, stopped by to have a jam session with BreakThru Radio. Their sound is tranquil and melodic but fun. Listen to them perform “Dumbo” in our BTR Live Studio session.

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