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Lindenhurst: Brian Kish’s Lounge Pants 01/28/17 with Dysfunktone/Meshac

February 18, 2017 at Brewhaus Pub in Lindenhurst.


First solo show of the new year, coming back with the agresssively chill funk cycle of Dysfunktone. The meetup point is Brewhaus Pub in Linderhurst. Let’s let ’em hear it!

Doors 9PM 21+
9:30PM – Brian Kish’s Lounge Pants
10:30PM – Dysfunktone
11:30 Meshac

Address: 111 N Wellwood Ave, Lindenhurst
Brian Kish

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Brooklyn: Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles

February 10, 2017 at The Hall at MP in Brooklyn.


$ 20.00 – $40.00 / Age All Ages

Additional Info:
Pre-Sale beings Tues 12/6 at 12PM EST; Public On-Sale Fri 12/9 at 12PM ESTGeneral Admission: $20 in advance, $25 day of showStanding Room OnlyPremium Reserved Seat: $35 in advance, $40 day of show

Address: 470 Driggs Ave, Brooklyn
Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles

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Syracuse: Fordham Road & Slack Tide at Funk ‘n Waffles – University

January 14, 2017 at Funk ‘n Waffles in Syracuse.


Fordham Road and Slack Tide will be performing at Funk ‘n Waffles as part of their January mini-tour of Upstate New York!! Astro Collective will also be performing at this show!

Doors @7:30pm, Show @ 8
Tickets: $5

Address: 727 S Crouse Ave, Ste 8, Syracuse
Fordham Road & Slack Tide at Funk

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Pawling: Everett Bradley’s Holidelic

December 09, 2016 at Daryl’s House Club in Pawling.


$ 20.00 – $30.00 / Age All Ages

Additional Info:
Holiday funk-tacular blends the influences of P-Funk and Sly Stone into original songs that celebrate diversity, mild familial seasonal dysfunction, individuality, and holiday booty shaking.

Address: 130 Route 22, Pawling
Everett Bradley

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Bethel: Sat. 5/21 at the Dancing Cat Saloon in Bethel, NY- Erin Harpe & the Delta Swingers Live!

May 21, 2016 at Dancing Cat Saloon in Bethel.


Living Blues Magazine calls Erin “one of the most dynamic, talented and exciting roots rocking blues women on the scene… she has it all – a golden voice and the guitar chops that dazzle.”

Saturday May 21st Erin Harpe and the Delta Swingers bring their red-hot, fun and danceable “Charles River Delta Blues” to Dancing Cat Saloon in Bethel, NY! Come on down for a rockin’ dance party, and get your copy of the band’s new debut album, “Love Whip Blues”, out on VizzTone!

2037 State Route 17B Bethel NY. $5, All Ages, 8pm.

Get your copy of our brand new debut album “Love Whip Blues” (out on VizzTone) plus other new merch – hats, t-shirts, girly t’s, lighters, stickers and tote bags!

What the press is saying about the new album:

“(★★★★) Avoiding the perils of predictability, these four New Englanders craft a fresh, genre-crossing group sound…” –DownBeat Magazine

“Erin Harpe is a hot mama blues singer” says Sing Out! Magazine!

“Erin describes the sounds on Love Whip Blues as a Blues/Roots/Americana cocktail. Once you have tasted Erin’s unique Delta Blues cocktail, you will be asking for a second round.” –Gregg Saur, WYCE (Grand Rapids/West Michigan)

“They won me over with a sound that harkens back to the time of juke joints, with some modern funk and rock woven in. Erin Harpe’s got a righteous set of pipes and plays a mean guitar and the rest of the band has a whole lot of awesome going on.” –Aimsel Ponti, MaineToday’s Face the Music

“I saw the band this summer at the Northampton Summer Concert Series and I can’t overstate how impressive they were. The group blasts out a singular brand of blues that is anchored in an old time Mississippi delta soundHarpe is an amazing talent and the band is a revelation.” –George Lenker, MassLive.com

“The vocals and writing are on point and the result is charmer. She even gives “Angel from Montgomery” that certain Delta thing you never heard in it before that gives the song a certain sass and twist that brings it back to the future. Well done.” –Chris Spector, Midwest Record

“Listening to Love Whip Blues, one appreciates why this group has been developing a large following around Boston. In fact, they won the Boston Blues Society’s Blues Battle and will be competing in Memphis at the 2015 International Blues Challenge. One certainly expects more will be heard from them.” –Ron Weinstock, In A Blue Mood

“Love Whip Blues is a good time album, full of retro touches, fine musicianship, and a lively vocal performance from Erin Harpe… If you like blues music, which is well played and sung, with an eye on keeping the feet tapping, then this album should be on your list.” –Blues Matters (UK)

“An electro-dance diva in another incarnation, Boston-based vocalist/guitarist Erin Harpe’s precocious vocals mesh well with the blues, imbuing this set with a most appealing personality without overtaking her obvious flair for the roots.” –Duane Verh, Roots Music Report

The album’s also doing great on the radio charts, worldwide!

For music, news and more info go to www.erinharpe.com.

Address: 2037 State Route 17B, Bethel
Sat. 5/21 at the Dancing Cat Saloon in Bethel, NY- Erin Harpe & the Delta Swingers Live!

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Buffalo: ArmCandy presents Groove Salad No..4: Fresh Guac Funk

April 30, 2016 at Epic RestaurantandLounge in Buffalo.


Armcandy Presents GrooveSalad Issue No.4: Fresh Guac Funk


Saturday April 30th 8pm-4am

– with DJ Optimus Prime & Cove providing live fresh guac funk beats

– featuring the artwork of the Armcandy collective with Jessica Saddleson, Cove, Mic Excel, Magdalena Fernandez, Jeff Kress, Cindy Bardo & Jay Gugino

– all night – mixologist Richie (Epic GM)

– 8pm-11pm – culinary artist & Chef Told Riemers

– 11pm-4am Late Night: afterparty with DJ Josh YourMoms & DJ Miguel

-in conjunction with Shuteyes Buphvlo “Opium” album release 11-1am at Sato on Elmwood – After party @ Epic Restaurant & Lounge

Address: 431 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo
ArmCandy presents Groove Salad No..4: Fresh Guac Funk

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Wellsville: Appleseed Collective at Wellsville Creative Art Center

May 14, 2016 at Wellsville Creative Arts Center in Wellsville.


The Appleseed Collective performs live at the Wellsville Creative Arts Center promoting their new mission statement EP “The Tour Tapes.”

“Recorded live, with no overdubs, during the quartet’s “best moments of 2015…,” these five songs capture that characteristically breathless theatricality inherent to each Appleseed set.”
—Jeff Milo, Current Magazine

The Appleseed Collective is poised to become the new sound of string music. Riding the wave of the bluegrass revival beyond newgrass and into a strange new genre-bending territory, they explore the full range of dark and light, old and new, composition and improvisation in a deeply theatrical stage show that transports audiences through time.

“This is music best served alongside a roaring campfire, but that also has the ability to challenge the rafters of any grand arena.”
—Joshua Pickard, Beats Per Minute

The sounds of The Appleseed Collective are as diverse as the personalities that create them. Violinist/Mandolinist Brandon Worder-Smith grew up steeped in a rich rural Bluegrass and Irish fiddle culture. Driven to explore beyond the boundaries of tradition, he set off on foot to hitchhike around America searching for his musical kin. After a year and a half of wandering he stumbled across Guitarist Andrew Brown back in Ann Arbor MI, where the band now hangs their collective hats when not on the road. Downtown Andrew Brown, fast-talking vintage garb peddler and son of a Motown session musician had just returned from New Orleans with a piece of that dixieland sound. He gifted long-time friend and funk/rock drummer Vince Russo with a washboard, whose penchant for ripping percussion solos and untamed showmanship were only further enhanced, and the first incarnation of the band was born. Later the boys would join forces with bassist Eric O’Daly, whose passion for Indian Classical music and introspective yet fiery Irish nature would complete the Genre-Bending sound of The Appleseed Collective.

Address: 124 N Main St, Wellsville
Appleseed Collective at Wellsville Creative Art Center

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Syracuse: Dan Tedesco at Funk ‘n Waffles

April 21, 2016 at Funk ‘n Waffles in Syracuse.


My story is…..that I have no story, per se. I come from a solid family. It’s a point of pride. I grew up in the far west suburbs of Chicago. My folks weren’t rich, but there wasn’t much that I was left wanting. I’ve never been arrested. Always got good grades. I never developed any major drug addictions (at least, not yet). The only serious addiction in my life, if you’d like to call it that, has been with music. Let me bring you up to speed.

Piano at age 5.
Violin at age 9.
Guitar at age 11 after hearing Eddie Van Halen. And that, as they say, is all she wrote. I’ve been madly in love with it ever since.

Growing up my ears were fortunate enough to be treated to a fairly eclectic musical mix: The Beatles, Dylan, Paul Simon, James Taylor, The Band, The Beach Boys, Pink Floyd, CCR, Bob Seger, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty. Even a healthy dose of Mozart, Beethoven and Wagner. A friend in my neighborhood used to make cassette mixes for me: The Who, They Might Be Giants, The Police, The Clash. I missed the grunge period, and it wouldn’t be until nearly a decade later that I’d discover the power of Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden. Once I found the guitar, things focused in a touch. It wasn’t unusual for me to fall asleep at night to the sounds of guitar wizards like Joe Satriani and Eric Johnson. And the random Van Halen record was never far away.

Then there was the jazz period. Wes Montgomery. Joe Pass. George Benson. Charlie Christian. John Coltrane. Elvin Jones. McCoy Tyner. The things I learned from those guys. Man. It’s everything really. The spirit of jazz. The freedom of it. That’s been it’s great influence on me.

But I was always a rock ’n roll kid. Pete Townsend more than Pat Metheny. And, ultimately, I craved power chords over the complex harmonies of jazz.

High school was a weird time. I straddled the jock world, playing baseball, and the music world, as a member of the high school jazz band. Most mornings, after being dropped off by the bus, everyone would hang out in the lunchroom before first period. Not me. I’d head straight to a room adjacent to the school’s band rehearsal hall, writing music on the computer. Like I said, it was an addiction. Outside of school, I jammed in a duo with one of my best friend’s, who happened to be a fantastic drummer. We wrote all kinds of stuff. Lots of instrumental music (queue the Satriani). Recorded various demos. But neither of us sang. That made it hard to play out. And most of the other kids were interested in the classics: Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Stones. They weren’t interested in what we had going on.

So, like many of my heroes, I was a bit of a social outcast. That, if anything, was and has always been my struggle. Everyone has at least one. And I found my comfort, security and confidence in the world out on the fringe, populated by the misfits. The world of rock ’n roll.

Let Me Play My Old Guitar, and sing for you my song
Let Me Play My Old Guitar, and sing for you my song
I promise you my friend
I Will Not Do You Wrong

– DT

Address: 727 S Crouse Ave, Ste 8, Syracuse
Dan Tedesco at Funk

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New York: Avram Fefer’s Big Picture Holiday

April 21, 2016 at PIANOS in New York.


Our residency continues this Thursday Night @ Piano’s @ 8pm. This time you get to hear the funky 21st century compositions of Big Picture Holiday.

Here’s how one journalist described the music:

“Big Picture Holiday merges not just jazz and rock, but the Afrobeat music of Nigeria, Ethiopia and Morocco, James Brown’s funk, blues, and the electricity of New Orleans… This is infectious stuff. Deep funk abounds…” —AllAboutJazz.com

No Cover. Hope you can join us!!

Kenny Wessel– guitar
Dave Phelps — guitar
Alexis Marcelo — keyboards
Jason DiMatteo — bass
Chris Eddleton / Greg Gonzalez — drums
Avram Fefer — saxes, compositions


Address: 158 Ludlow St, New York
Avram Fefer

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New York: Open Call for May 22nd Performance!

April 24, 2016 at Nola Rehearsal Studios in New York.


MachineHDance (machinehdance.com), a contemporary modern dance company under the artistic/executive direction of Stephanie Deere, is seeking dance artists for an upcoming performance on Sunday May 22nd from 4-6pm.

Artists should be proficient in modern/contemporary/jazz dance forms and experience with partnering, jazz funk, hip hop, or acrobatics will be a plus. Improvisation in any dance genre will be a portion of the audition, therefore, dancers who excel in forms outside of the modern/contemporary style are very much encouraged to apply.

The audition will take place on Sunday April 24th from 2:30-4:30 pm at Nola Studios – 250 W 54th St, New York, NY 10019 in Studio 5. This performance is unpaid, however a great resume building/networking opportunity!

Please RSVP to reserve your spot by sending a resume and headshot to Stephanie Deere at info@machinehdance.com. Cost to audition is $10 cash.

Address: 250 W 54th St, New York
Open Call for May 22nd Performance!

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