Lucas Maehara Rotman Music Update 11/12/2022

Dear Friends,  

How are you?  Hope you’re well!  The days are shorter and chillier, and the rain is hurtling down in Brooklyn this afternoon.  As I attempt to develop and grow as a singer/songwriter/musician, I just wanted to keep you all updated on gigs and new projects in the near future!  

In anticipation of the release of new music from a variety of sources (Upcoming Lost and Found Album and Tour, vinyl single with Leesta Vall Sound Studios, and “How Are You”, a collaboration with songwriter Nadine De Macedo),  I have set up an email address dedicated to do just that. Please add this email to your contacts so that you can continue to receive updates.  I promise not to overload your inboxes!  

Since I released my last CD (Last Roundup, 2015), the music landscape has continued to evolve in both interesting and inexplicable ways. I am trying to figure out how to best navigate that landscape so that my new music gets to you when it is ready. At this point, the best way to do that is to go directly to my new and improved website which has links to streaming, downloads, upcoming gigs, videos and more. 

You can also listen to my music and support my work through many streaming services.  

Please Add me to your playlists!  

My first gig for the Lost and Found Tour begins on the Lower East Side, at Rockwood Music Hall (196 Allen Street) on Wednesday, December 21st at 7pm (stage #1).  I’ll be joined by the always amazing Jeff Anderson on bass and my special guest, the phenomenal Brewster Smith on drums.  Hope you can make it out!  

You can follow me on Facebook and Instagram music page to get the latest about all things musically whimsical (no more twitter for me, thanks):  

In the meantime enjoy this title track from my first CD, “Where the Day Goes”, produced by my good friend, mentor, teacher extraordinaire Ruth Gerson:  



Thanks Everyone!