Cataldi’s Spaghetti Eastern Music at Dolphin Cafe

299 Main Street
Port Washington, New York 11050

A performance by Spaghetti Eastern Music, the electric and acoustic solo project of NYC’s guitarist Sal Cataldi. Cataldi will be performing tunes from his just-released debut, “Sketches of Spam,” and collaborating Sea Clif based songwriter Martin Foley Time Out New York writes: “Cataldi’s largely instrumental, Eastern-influenced jams are infused with some delicate guitar work and hauntingly moody atmosphere.” Newsday adds: “Mad scientist-guitarist-keyboardist Cataldi brings da funk and throws it in a mixer with electronica, bebop and blues.” Called “truly excellent” by The Village Voice, “triumphantly funkified” by UPI, “a stimulating soloist” by The New York Press and “a jazz virtuoso without the need to prove it” by Aquarian Weekly. The Examiner recently praised the album’s “ sharp soaring guitar jams” and called the distinctive cover of “Ticket to Ride,” “incredible, a wonderfully moody re-imagining” of the Lennon classic, while LI Pulse calls it “an hour long plus electric and acoustic journey that leaves no stone unturned.” Huffington Post dubs it “the perfect soundtrack for New York City life,” while WFMU’s Irene Trudel calls it “charming melodic and off-center.”