Sat 9 Feb 2013 - 6: pm
6pm Art Opening Joy Walker: Studied with both Meyer Shapiro (Columbia) & Alex Katz ( NY Studio School.) Her work is in the Collections of Citibank, JP Morgan, Edward Albee, Chase Manhattan Bank, & Many More. Joy Walker has had 53 solo painting shows, received 9 grants, enjoyed the support of 12 art residencies, and has work in 6 museums.
8pm Sara Syms: Raw, organic and heartfelt, roots/americana artist Sara Syms writes from the most honest, intimate and vulnerable place in her soul. www.sarasyms.com
“Her music and voice are
dark celebrations of americana music, reminding the listener of long pensive drives down dusty dirt roads.” Marc Emert-Hutner – Senior Director ASCAP
9pm The Lilited: Alaskan, French, and Brooklyn natives perform multi-genre music steeped in the folk tradition. A nostalgic trip into our melting-pot musical roots, The Lilted invariably blend jazz, blues, and world influences with country, folk, and more. “Surprising and courageous” – Erlend Kimmich, NY poet. www.thelilted.com
10pm Johnny Andrew & Dead Jetsetter: Indie / Punk / Rock.
11pm From Milan, Italy ENRICO MARIUZZO’S TRIBUTE TO GUITAR HEROES: Solo improvisation & technical guitar chops. www.enricomariuzzo.com
12am Bop Monroe & Pocket Monster: In honor of Valentine’s Day, Bop Monroe & Pocket Monster will only play love songs, nothing but love songs in their hard, fast, melodic & harmonic pop rock style for the adventurously romantic & romantically adventurous. Kiss kiss.”