Concert to End Homelessness April 29th, 2017
Fred will be performing at HONOR's Concert to End Homelessness on April 29, 2017 at the Elks Lodge in Greenwood Lake, NY. In addition to Fred, the all-day concert will feature Sammy Cannillo, Wood Hippie, Jeremy Torres, and Don Lowe.
HONOR (Helping Others Needing Our Resources) is an Orange County, NY-based outreach organization that provides meals, housing, and other services for people combating chemical dependency, in need of temporary/transitional housing, or requiring crisis intervention.
Lending his talents to events like these means a lot to Fred, whose Midwestern upbringing fostered a community spirit that exists in him to this day. He was delighted when HONOR reached out to him, and fully supports their dedication to helping homeless and at-risk residents of Orange County.
Thursday, January 26th Leftfield on Ludlow
Fred Argir, Chief Digital Officer at Barnes & Noble, teamed up with B'Anka Brown, Executive Receptionist at the Home Office, for a special musical performance at Leftfield Bar in the Lower East Side of New York City on January 26. Full Story Here
Friday, January 20th @ the Sherman Theater
The Delancey, NYC - Saturday, January 14th
Singer/Songwriters Unite Friday, December 9th
I'll be opening the show Friday, December 9th at Leftfield Bar, 87 Ludlow Street, NYC
Please join me for a night filled with music and friends.
Hope to see you there!
Thanksgiving Eve Barn Concert
Wednesday November 23rd, at 7PM in the Warwick/Floriday New York area. Please contact me directly for directions. Hope to see you there!
House Concert October 15th
Rob has opened up for national acts and has been raised on a diet of Ray Charles, Bob Dylan and Allman Brothers. Rob is recording his upcoming CD which is being produced by a former SONY Music Executive.
Arrive at 7:00 to mix and mingle, get a drink and bite to eat, and hang out by the fire. We'll settle in for music around 8:00.
Unglued Released August 2016
From a creative standpoint, Unglued is Argir's most ambitious album to date. The guitars are more aggressive, with a greater emphasis on acoustic melodies and different chord structures than his previous work. Argir plays slide guitar on this album, a first for him, and makes use of multi-tracked vocals as well. Argir admits to "throwing protocol out the door" with this album, focusing on what seemed fun to him during his creative process, and this send of "coming unglued" is what gave this album its name. Full Story
Two New Albums for 2016
And Then There's You Released October 2013
Anyone swirling in the seas of conditional connections, tough luck, and moves that put you in unfamiliar places will find a kindred cushion in Fred Argir’s latest single, And Then There’s You. If you have ever felt alone, you will recognize the internal struggle between isolation and undying spirit. “This song,” begins Fred, “is the outcome of a long-lasting emotion, a forthcoming declaration of love resulting from a long list of bad luck. It captures a moment that, when all things fail, we find hope in our closest friends. When all things abandon us we find light in the eminence of something better.” Thinking back to the day he wrote and recorded what remains the only version of the song ever laid down, Argir recalls feeling “remarkably alone, like a very small person in a very large world.” Full Story
Worlds of Secret Lives Review
Worlds of Secret Lives Released December 2012
Worlds of Secret Lives, the latest album in Fred Argir's blossoming body of work, is an example of what can come of it when a talented and experienced artist allows intense visions to assume control of the creative process. It takes faith, along with an instinctive ability to let unsettling story lines play out again and again, capture them raw, then set them to music. Full Story