Let’s talk about the critically buzzing pop-duo Scotty Rebel and Tokyo Diiva of Rich White Ladies. New York City-bred, these girls know how to have a good time and have recently taken Gay Pride weekends throughout the US by storm with their fiery, fun, and fierce “rock star goddesses” performances. It’s a glammed-up pastiche of pop, dance, electronic, rock, fashion statements, middle fingers, and a whole lot of glitter. It’s also quickly turned tastemakers into believers in these debutantes of musical mischief.
Join us at this event that to support Queer and Queer-allied artists! They will be collecticting for the True Colors Fund, an organization that works to end homelessness among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth, creating a world in which young people can be their true selves.
Over the past three years a small community of introspective frontier feminists have been gathering on intensive retreats to discuss and dissect the tenets of what it means to be a modern feminist. Presented by The Hole, “Future Feminism” is an exhibition collectively realized by Antony, Kembra Pfahler, Johanna Constantine, Bianca Casady and Sierra Casady. It realizes their reflective journeys into 13 tenets, articulating their meditations on modern feminist thinking. (Running September 11—27, 2014)
There's no place better to celebrate the guitar master than in the legendary club where it all began, Cafe Wha? Born from the popular Hendrix tribute band, Axis, BOLD AS LOVE, has become a full out musical tribute show encompassing Jimi's entire career in detailed fashion. Featuring The Experience and The Band of Gypsys, it is the ONLY show using authentic replica costumes and the same musical gear Jimi used in the 1960's and that can faithfully re-produce 3 of Hendrix's most historic concerts: 1967's MONTEREY POP, the 1970 FILLMORE'S BAND OF GYPSYS & 1969's famous WOODSTOCK. Playing August 4th at 9pm.
Come see NYC Vocal and Songwriting Coach, Shelly Wade knock it out of the park with The Boys and Girls of Summer. Rookie and veteran singers of all ages also grace the stage, representing musical icons such as Sara Bareillas, Cole Porter, The Beatles, Bob Marley, and many more.
Shelly Wade Studios: The Boys and Girls of Summer
June 9, 6:00pm
Cabaret Theatre @ The Duplex
61 Chtistopher Street @ 7TH Avenue
Right Now, Fabrizio Sotti's latest full-length solo album, is a beautiful fusion of musical worlds: one that continues to speed up and one that refuses to change. The world-renownedvItalian jazz guitar virtuoso, producer, and songwriter says of his inspiration, "Where society is at the moment, everybody is freaking out about the future. I want people to immerse themselves in a peaceful journey whenthe y hear this album and try to enjoy living in the moment." See him at the Highline Ballroom Wednesday, June 4th.
Each summer, FIGMENT NYC transforms Governors Island into a large-scale collaborative artwork. Opening weekend is on Saturday June 7th and Sunday June 8th is the event kick-off celebration. At FIGMENT visitors will find works in every imaginable medium including sculpture, installation, performance, music, workshops, games, social experiments, and heart-stopping technological innovations that change the way we see the world… and visitors are invited to bring something, too!
What began as a local, grass roots effort trying to energize the community in the wake of hurricane Sandy has blossomed into a full-scale eventintertwining 17 local stores, restaurants and venues. On March 1st and 2nd, artworks, curated by Sara Reisman of Percent For Art, will be installed throughout the entire neighborhood in local businesses and unused spaces. Music performances will take place in the evening.
I can’t implore you enough to go check out iRiNi and The Jazz Mix, playing this Saturday at Sugar Bar. Her soulful voice echoes with a true emotion and captivates her lucky listeners. She’s jazz in the truest sense of the word. She has a following so get there early to ensure a table.
This lady can sing, sing sing... Hilary Gardner has a mature awareness of the bonding and bending that goes on between singer, melody, and words. She offers us no melodrama, no vocal acrobatics; she honors the notes and the syllables, but she is not constrained by them. Thursday, February 27th at Greenwich House Music.