The Crevulators will be back for the third time to play at Park Slope’s annual Seventh Heaven Festival
Sunday, June 16. We’ll be on stage at 5pm outside John Jay High School, 227 Seventh Ave.
The festival runs along 7th Avenue from Flatbush Avenue to 16th Street.
There’s a bit of a New Zealand flavor Friday June 14th at Bar Chord Brooklyn with Stan Mitchell and I backing Harry Lyon from iconic NZ band Hello Sailor. Also on the bill is Stan’s Band of Buddies, Mike Cobb & The Crevulators, Jesse Cohen, and Barbara Endes from the super cool Girls on Grass.
Bar Chord is located at 1008 Cortelyou Rd, Brooklyn, NY 11218
Show starts 8:30pm and is free!
Harry Lyon’s ‘One For The Road’ from his latest album “To The Sea”.
On Wednesday, April 17 in Jersey City and Thursday, April 18th in Los Angeles, artists from across the world including a number of New Zealand natives will come together to present two concert events YOU ARE US U.S. to benefit those affected by the terror attacks that took place in Christchurch New Zealand on March 16th killing 50 people. These two concerts are the sister series of the YOU ARE US concerts taking place on April 13th in Auckland at the Spark Arena and April 17th at the AMI Stadium in Christchurch.
The Jersey City show will be taking place at the White Eagle Hall featuring artists such as Sarah Lane, principal at the American Ballet Theatre and Dave Gibson (Elemeno P). The Los Angeles show will take place the Wilshire Ebell Theatre and will feature native New Zealanders Brooke Fraser, Gin Wigmore, The Naked and Famous and Unknown Mortal Orchestra amongst others. Both shows will feature Ngā Ānahera Māori performing the Haka and a Karakia in the opening ceremony.
YOU ARE US : JERSEY CITY
WEDNESDAY APRIL 17th, 7pm
WHITE EAGLE HALL
NEW JERSEY CITY, NJ
Featuring: Hamish Kilgour, A Place To Bury Strangers, Carrie Beehan, Dave Gibson (Elemeno P), Miriam Clancy, Marie Te Hapuku (Soprano at the Met Opera), Ngā Ānahera Māori Performance Group, Streets of Laredo, Samuel R. Saffery, Sarah Lane (Principal at the American Ballet), Stanley John Mitchell (The Drongos), The Crevulators and Ukulele Cabaret,
with MCs Raj Varma and Arthur Meek.
YOU ARE US : LOS ANGELES
THURSDAY APRIL 18th, 7PM
THE WILSHIRE EBELL THEATRE
4401 WEST 8th STREET
LOS ANGELES, CA 90005
Featuring: Brooke Fraser, Chelsea Jade, Eden Iris, Gin Wigmore, Jackie Bristow, Marla Kavanaugh, Ngā Ānahera Māori Performance Group, The Naked & Famous, Unknown Mortal Orchestra with MC Jake Johannsen and house band lead by Nick Gaffaney
Had a fun time with a bit-part in the indie feature film The Incoherents.
The Incoherents is a “dramatic-comedy feature film about relationships, aging, reality and dreams, wrapped in a love letter to the continuing lure and thrill of Rock 'n' Roll”
Written by Jeff Auger and directed by Jared Barel, the movie is now completed and making the festival circuits and recently won “Best Home Grown Feature” at the 2019 Garden State Film Festival.
Bruce Flansburgh is a bored, 40-something New York paralegal who hasn’t let go of his dream of rock stardom. While slogging through what’s become an increasingly unbearable day to day existence, it dawns on him that the successful reunions of bands like the Pixies, Soundgarden and other alternative/indie rock groups from the late 80’s-mid 90’s could perhaps inspire his former group of 20 years earlier, The Incoherents (no, you haven’t heard of them), to reform. After recruiting the sibling rhythm section of Keith and Tyler, he rekindles a tenuous bond with the band’s guitarist and co-songwriter Jimmy Anthony, still resentful after languishing for years in unsuccessful groups after The Incoherents imploded. Bruce must also appease the desires of his wife Liz, herself desperate to break out of the life of a homemaker and reignite their stagnant marriage. As Bruce struggles mightily to maintain a modicum of normality in his troubled work and home life, The Incoherents brush the dust off and battle for relevancy amongst a new wave of younger, hipper bands from Brooklyn, ultimately leading to a chance to play for a record contract, some vindication... and maybe even a little glory.