Cahill

Cahill

 Boston, Massachusetts, USA
DuoRockSinger/Songwriter

Acoustic rock and songwriting duo from Boston.

Biography

In the immortal and uncompromising words of Jimmy Fallon: "These guys are great."

The Tonight Show host ran into Cahill during a promotional shoot as he was passing through their second home in Boston's Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Introductions were made, guitars were exchanged, and an immediate crowd formed as soon as Mr. Fallon stepped behind the microphone to join them in an impromptu performance.

This is only one of several highlights that the past year has shown for the songwriting duo. Their third studio effort "The Way It Should Be" debuted at #51 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter with nothing more than grassroots promotion and an eager fan base. They have recently supported acclaimed singer-songwriter Howie Day on multiple dates throughout the Northeast. Their music has been licensed to MTV, VH1, E!, NBC, Discovery, Oxygen, and more. And, most unexpectedly, one of their songs has become a viral hit on Pandora's internet radio service.

These two road warriors consistently play over 100 shows a year in a combination of clubs, coffeehouses, colleges, and busking in the streets of Faneuil Hall. A twenty-year friendship originating in childhood laid the foundation for their performance chemistry, leading to a unique energy and endless improvisation.

In an era where musical stars fade even faster than they appear, Cahill has chosen the path the leads to real longevity: building an audience through incredible live performance, a song catalog that grows stronger with every release, and maintaining authentic relationships with fans who will follow them through every stage of their career.

Cahill is Scott O'Brien and Robert Antonelli.

Set List

A typical acoustic performance is about 90 minutes long, though longer sets and full band performances are also available.

Performances include mostly original music with a handful of covers from Coldplay, Simon & Garfunkel, The Beatles, and more.