Stuart Chaseman and the Born Again Sinners

Nicole Saphos

Friday, August 09, 2024
Doors: 6pm | Show: 7:30pm
$20 advance | $25 day of show

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Chicago rock musician Stuart Chaseman, star of the recent Netflix show “Jewish Matchmaking,” performs songs from his album, Secrets, Lies and Alibis, as well as other original songs and classic rock covers. Chaseman will also host a host a symposium to answer questions and tell behind-the-scenes stories about what it's really like to be on reality TV. When Chicago rock musician Stuart Chaseman appeared on Season One of the Netflix show “Jewish Matchmaking” audiences were captivated by his deadpan humor, musical abilities, and strong stance on social justice. As a result, he became the most beloved personality on the show, with re-posts of his quips reaching over 24 million views on TikTok. Now, the longtime rocker is performing with his band, The Born Again Sinners, on Friday, Aug. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at The World Live Cafe. Tickets range from $20 to $25. At the show, Chaseman will be performing songs from his latest album, Secrets, Lies and Alibis, as well as his older catalogue and many covers of classic rock songs. In addition, Chaseman will host a symposium to tell behind-the-scenes stories about what it's really like to be on reality TV and answer questions from the audience about his time on the popular Netflix show. Known for his gritty voice and sensitive lyrics, Chaseman’s distinctive sound takes reference from American roots rock artists such as Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen. He released his previous solo album, Next Exit… Brigadoon, in 2010. His newest album, Secrets, Lies and Alibis, features original songs that draw inspiration from Chaseman’s past experiences with failed relationships. “It’s ironic that so many of the songs on the album are about failed relationships, and then right after it came out, I ended up on a Jewish dating show,” Chaseman said. “I guess expressing myself through my music helped me get prepared to finally have a positive romantic relationship.” About Stuart Chaseman Stuart Chaseman is a singer-songwriter whose distinctive sound takes reference from American roots rock artists such as Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen. His album Secrets, Lies, and Alibis was released in May of 2023 features two hit singles: “Sins” and “Way Back Home.” Stuart appears in Season One of the Netflix show “Jewish Matchmaking,” where he steals the show with his humor, honesty, and stand on social justice issues.
Operating in the Fiona Apple / Dirty Projectors sphere of the alternative music spectrum, Nicole Saphos is known for her harmonically bold and rhythmically driven original music. To date, the LA-native, Philadelphia based artist has released three critically acclaimed albums, and has performed at venerated venues such as The Kennedy Center, Smithsonian American Art Museum and Rockwood Music Hall. In 2019, Nicole became the first songwriter invited to attend the prestigious residency program at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Maine. She has also received several prominent grant awards for her work in songwriting and performance, including 2018 & 2020 Artist & Scholars grants from the Montgomery County Arts Council, and a 2020 Regional Independent Artist Award from the Maryland State Arts Council.