Not often do you get to see these three together…
Saturday, January 31st – Bowery Poetry Club – 308 Bowery St – New York NY Tel 212 614 0505 (www.bowerypoetryclub.com). Admission $10. Starts at 7pm Paul Rogers (solo) and trio w. Nick Didkovsky (prepared guitars) and Kevin Norton (percussion).
Note that the site doesn’t seem to be working right now…
A Varese page has been published, with a short history of the composer and his works, as well as pictures and links.
RER USA is the latest offshoot of Recommended Records, and features online mail order, as well as their own releases.
They are also sponsoring a night of music:
ReR USA Presents:
THE BOY HOWDY RIO SHOW
Fri, April 16, 8:00 PM Cervante’s Ballroom, Denver Colorado
email sales@rerusa for addn. details
A somewhat humorous article describes how the author went into listening to Stockhausen with an open mind.
A source of live creative music for decades, the Bottom Line in New York has recently closed.
These two touring ensembles will be playing Chicago’s Empty Bottle in upcoming months.
A few dates have been posted on Oliver’s site.
A list of Stockhausen performances for the Spring and Summer is available in PDF format. Lucky Europeans…
Wayne’s latest project is called Wayne Horvitz and the New Electric Quartet, and has the following lineup:
Wayne Horvitz: Hammond B-3, Fender Rhodes, Synthesizer
Bobby Previte: Electric and Acoustic Drums
Kaveh Rastegar: Electric Bass
Timothy Young: Electric Guitar
Wayne describes the music as “25% Zony Mash, especially since I’m still dragging that B-3 around, 25% The President, because I’m writing material that is more circular in nature, and 50% Ponga, because the music is going to be wide open and these guys are up for it.”
As reported earlier, SGM is on tour, but they’ve also revamped their web site with some video news and downloadable audio and video.