I will be playing with Mike Cobb & The Crevulators at the Celebrate Red Hook festival, Saturday September 16th at 8pm.

Celebrate Red Hook features ten bands playing from noon to 10pm alongside food and drink from local Red Hook, Brooklyn vendors. The festival has free entry and is situated behind IKEA in Erie Basin Park, Red Hook Brooklyn.


Late Slip

I'll be playing bass with Late Slip, a band featuring the music of Chelsea Nenni.

Late Slip describe their music as "If Gwen Stefani & Lucinda Williams started a girl gang..."
Late Slip formed in LA over the last couple of years playing live shows in the L.A. area including opening for 80s act Missing Persons at the Whisky A Go Go.
Late Slip released their debut EP "Other Men" in 2016. 

Friday September 8th at 10pm sees Late Slip's first NYC show at Freddy's Bar and Backroom, Brooklyn.
If you stay late you can catch James Brown's bass player Fred Thomas doing his late night funk thing.

Late Slip Freddy's Poster.jpg

Holding Down For Houston

I'll be playing with Mike Cobb and the Crevulators as part of Holding It Down For H-Town – A Harvey Relief Concert.

Thursday, September 07, 2017 from 8:00 pm

Alexander Moore
Emily Jackson
Mary-Elaine Jenkins
Mike Cobb &a the Crevulators

All proceeds from this event will go to the Houston Food Bank, All Hands Volunteers, and donated to Houston families in need.

Come listen to great music for a great cause, and celebrate the great city of Houston.


Diamond Field - New Single 'Closer'

The new Diamond Field single 'Closer' (with Rat Rios) is to be released Monday June 5th 2017 (Bandcamp) and Friday June 9th (Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play etc).

The single comes as a seven track "maxi-single" with remixes from Prince George Records' Furnituer and Saint-Samuel along with Stereospread and French Synthwave artist Morgan Willis.
Also included is a 12" extended mix and an instrumental version of the song.

The accompanying music video will premiere at Vehlinggo on Monday June 5th.




Ka Ora - Group Exhibition

Ka Ora (I Live), the last show at ORA Gallery New York. It is a group show featuring artists who have shown there previously (including myself) under the steady watch of Giarna TeKanawa.

I will have several photographs on show (available for purchase).

"KA ORA (I LIVE) is the last show for ORA Gallery New York and a celebration of the extraordinary life of a small Chelsea gallery. ORA has been a window into Aotearoa New Zealand and a marae (community hub) for many New Zealanders in New York.
Gallery creator Giarna TeKanawa took up an unexpected opportunity to open a gallery and generously welcomed a broad range of artists from Aotearoa, revealing a vibrant slice of our homeland’s creative talent to New York. What began as a three-month pop-up show continued to weave itself into a rich lineage of exhibits, often organically emerging through connections from one artist to the next. As ORA settled itself into 7th Ave, it also welcomed a growing whanau (extended family) of New Zealanders living in New York or visiting, a small patch of Aotearoa for all of us."

Ora Galley New York - 51 7th Ave (between 13th / 14th streets) New York, NY 10011

Photo and design by Andrew B. White.