Ryan Lee Crosby’s trio plays a mix of original and traditional blues with influences of Indian and Malian music. Through the unique instrumentation of Crosby’s 12 string guitar and 22 string Indian Chaturangui, matched with Grant Smith’s calabash and Jay Scheffler’s harmonica, the group creates a sound that flows in equal measure from the Mississippi, Ganges and Boston’s own Mystic River.Read More
No One Asked Me is a comedy show that features a live house band jamming alongside comedians. SNL-esque with Late Night TV show vibes, this show aims to bring music and comedy together in a way that hasn’t been done before. Takes place last Saturday of every month at Pine Box Rock Show. This month’s edition features the Pilipino band The AF and Master of None’s Aparna Nancherla.Read More
New York-based guitarist and vocalist Dida has a particular talent for storytelling. Whether it be a jazz standard, a scorching blues number, an old country ballad, or a heartfelt original “Dida sings in a voice sometimes playful, warm, resonant, no frills. She sings the words, giving them their meaning, their weight, with perfect diction and charm.” (Jazz Hot, France)Read More
Steeped in the island culture of southern coastal Georgia US, Ruby The Rabbitfoot’s beautiful voice is the continuous thread woven into her three studio albums. From minimal songwriter to pop princess there is a seamless flow achieved by the cohesive grace of almighty vibration. On her most recent affair “Divorce Party” she teamed up with Andy LeMaster to create her most thematically rich pop album. Focusing in on beats and vocal textures along with pure songwriting it plays with Shania as much as Mariah in a way that is truly Ruby. Currently living in Nashville TN with her band and craft collective Ruby The Rabbitfoot is a star on the rise.Read More
Based out of Brooklyn and Westchester, linelions is the sound of drunken whist and country ghosts. Everyone’s left, and the campfire’s long died - but you can still hear voices singing in the dark. June marks the release of their debut album, “Juno”, which they’ll be playing in its entirety.Read More
Marshall is a southern belle.
Join her as she hosts monthly celebrations and ceremonies in her traditional hometown style.
NYC comedians take on the roles of small-town locals for a monthly themed variety hour.Read More
Bourbon Express has been playing honky tonks around New York City since 2011. Based in Brooklyn, this unlikely country band takes its cues from traditional artists such as Dolly Parton, Merle Haggard and Loretta Lynn, preferring “three chords and the truth,” close-knit harmonies and old-fashioned twang to the modern country sound. Their mission is to make toes tap and taps flow. Band members include singer-songwriter Katie Curley, guitarist Brendan Curley, pedal steel guitarist Ron Raymond, percussionist/vocalist Sarah Kinsey and bassist/vocalist Andrew Dykeman.Read More
The Bakersfield Breakers are a three-piece instrumental group from New York City featuring Keith Yaun (Guitar), John Hamilton (Bass), and John DiGiulio (Drums).
The band’s mission is to reawaken the classic guitar-driven sound of 1950’s Bakersfield and the driving tunes of 1960’s surf rock. In addition to its large catalog of covers, the B Breakers also perform originals that fit perfectly with the vintage vibe and can comfortably cover gigs of anywhere from forty-five minutes to three hours.
The group has performed at many bars and clubs around New York including the Hill Country NYC and Brooklyn, Singlecut Beersmiths, and the late, lamented Rodeo Bar.
The Bakersfield Breakers have also been featured performers at the HOWL Festival in Tompkins Square Park, Arbor Fest at the Queens Botanical Garden, the Sea/Change Festival at the South Street Seaport, Deno’s Coney Island Wonder Wheel Music Fest, and the Livestock Festival.
In 2014 the band released its debut album “In The Studio With… the Bakersfield Breakers” which was very well-received and is available for digital download or on disc at the group’s shows.
For all your Surf ‘n’ Twang needs, look no further than the Bakersfield Breakers!Read More
American Folklore Presents Jeck Beff Volume 1 featuring songs about Killer Acid, Wizard Skull, Matt Crabe, and Tallboy. Artists will be at the venue to meet with fans before American Folklore plays a solo set.Read More
The English Speakers, U.S. is the new Antifolk super-group featuring Jason Trachtenburg (Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players, Pendulum Swings, Dr. Glassheart, Houseworld) and Ben Pagano (Ben Pagano and the Space Machine, Houseworld.) 1960’s styled infused Pop-Rock paired with 2017 emotional, intellectual, and conceptual realities, this debut show will set the stage for the potential of modern song-craft performance.Read More
Live and for the very first time: Tracey Wehn and the Permanent Revolution.Read More
By way of the west coast, and some southern states in between, Paulina Vo is a singer, songwriter, producer, and music maker based in Brooklyn. Her fourth release, “Weekends,” is a 5-song self-written and self-produced EP; with inspiration ranging from Sara Bareilles and Lianne La Havas to Chet Faker and Jessie Ware.Read More
Wargarble is a part-Canadian grunge-funk band from Brooklyn. Their EPs, Discipline and Ataraxia, are available wherever music is streamed. When asked to describe their sound, lead singer, guitar player, harmonicassist, tromboner, and guy in dinosaur suit Will Benedict often says “It’s the sound a dog makes when yelling into a sprinkler.Read More