Joining Late Slip on the bill is one of New Zealand's finest songwriters, Miriam Clancy now resident in NYC, showcasing songs of her forthcoming album (produced by Chris Coady (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Beach House, TV On The Radio).
Free entry, 21+
Saturday October 14th sees LIKE A HURRICANE – a concert to benefit victims of global climate change at the Jalopy Theatre, Brooklyn. I'll be appearing with Mike Cobb & The Crevulators.
Emma & Johnny
Fatboy Wilson & Old Viejo Bones
Mike Cobb & The Crevulators
$10 Entry - All proceeds benefit ALL HANDS VOLUNTEERS
The Jalopy Theatre
315 Columbia Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11231
I'm playing this great show coming up...
Nina Luna is playing MONDO.NYC 2017 as part of the Friday night showcase at The Delancey.
Friday October 6th at 7pm sharp.
This is Nina Luna’s second NYC show for 2017 since relocating from LA. Before moving to LA, Nina Nina regularly played NYC venues such as Pianos, Pete’s Candy Store, Rockwood Music Hall and Bowery Electric. Her recent show at Piano’s main room went down a treat, featuring a set of brand new songs along with her recent singles ’String’ and ‘Blaze’. Nina’s live show reinterprets her lush, electronic studio recordings into a paired-back and intimate experience featuring vocals, piano and electric bass.
Nina was selected to play MONO.NYC 2017 – a replacement for the famed CMJ music festival ran for a number of years in NYC. Her showcase at the Delancey will be an exciting opportunity to perform to an influential new audience - come and be part of the experience!
21+, door is $10 and includes entry for the whole night’s showcase featuring six artists, starting at 6pm through to midnight.
“… [Nina] is a true artist; no need for ribbons and sparkles…with a taste for authenticity, in a sea of New York loud rock bands, Nina rings true.”
– Pancakes & Whiskey
Please note as this is a showcase performance, Nina will be appearing at 7pm sharp.
The Delancey is located at 168 Delancey St, New York, NY 10002
Entry is 21+, ID required.
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.
Just finished 'Headlights' – a new music video for Greg Fleming & The Working Poor. Shot on iPhone at the Lab Studios, Auckland, New Zealand and in New York City.
'Headlights' is the first single from the new Greg Fleming & The Working Poor album "Working Poor Country", released October 2017.
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.
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
ALPHAVILLE., Brooklyn, NY
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.