Upcoming at the Bohemian National Home


UPCOMING AT BOHEMIAN NATIONAL HOME

Friday, Aug. 31: Masul/Arrivistes/Ray Bertsch
Electronics/synth player Paul Giallorenzo has worked with many Chicago improvisers, including Jeb Bishop, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Dave Rempis, Ingebrigt Haker-Flaten, Tim Daisy, Frank Rosaly, Mike Reed, Josh Berman, Jason Ajemian, Jason Stein, and many others. Thomas Mejer, a contrabass saxophonist/composer from Luzern, Switzerland spent 4 months in Chicago in 2004, where he met Giallorenzo and formed the collaboration Masul, which has mostly performed in Chicago and Luzern. Mejer also works with the 774th St Quartet, a saxophone quartet with Aram Shelton, Guillermo Gregorio, and Keefe Jackson. This will be their first appearance in the region. Joining them is Arrivistes, an improv/experimental group, and Ray Bertsch, who allegedly does lovely songs in the rock/folk vein.
Doors at 8 pm; $5-10.

Later on Friday: Last Friday Rare Funk Party
Brad Hales and Frank Ranes play the platters that matter. You know the score. 12pm; $5.

Tuesday, Sept. 4th: Keefe Jackson’s Fast Citizens
This is one of the best young groups to come out of Chicago’s avant jazz scene. Every member is a significant player: Keefe Jackson (tenor sax), Josh Berman (cornet), Aram Shelton (alto sax), Fred Longberg-Holm (cello), Anton Hatwich (bass), Frank Rosaly (drums). Leader/principle composer Jackson has a focused sound on the tenor that eschews recycled lightning speed licks for a more logical, deliberate approach to improvising melodies. Berman’s sound has the color and intonation accuracy that is often lacking in younger avant brass players. Longberg-Holm and Hatwich are a great low string pairing who should should be familiar to Bohemian New Music regulars from their work with Ken Vandermark, Kyle Bruckman’s Wrack and many others. As a whole, the ensemble uses a wide variety of textures and devices to support challenging compositions that are still approachable and swing with authority. Doors at 8pm; sliding scale but $10 is strongly recommended.

Wednesday, Sept. 5: Rob Mazurek’s Exploding Star Sextet
Another all-star ensemble of rising musicians from Chicago: Rob Mazurek – cornet & electronics, Nicole Mitchell – flutes, Matt Bauder – bass clarinet & tenor saxophone, Jason Adasiewicz – vibraphone, Jason Ajemian – doublebass, Mike Reed – drums & percussion.

A prime mover in the Chicago sound scene, Rob Mazurek is the leader/organizer of the Chicago Underground collective, Mandarin Movie and Exploding Star Orchestra. His discography includes recordings on Thrill Jockey, Delmark, Aesthetics, Mego, Family Vineyard and Bottrop-Boy (EN/OF). Featured in publications such as The New York Times, The Wire, Rolling Stone, Chicago Tribune and BOMB, Mazurek has toured extensively in The United States, Canada, Europe, Brazil and Japan. He has collaborated and/or recorded with Jim O’Rourke, Luc Ferrari, Tigersmilk, Ted Sirota’s Rebel Soul Ensemble, Gastr del Sol, Noamnesia, Isotope 217, Active Ingredients, Tortoise, Brokeback, Stereolab, Pan American, Sam Prekop. His solo projects reflect his experimentation with sound/visiual manipulation and musique concrete, with releases on Mego, Moikai, Bottrop-Boy (En/Of), Delmark and Aesthetics. A visual artist as well, he has exhibited his works at Heaven Gallery (Chicago), Naked Duck Gallery (New York), Gantner Multi-Media Center (France) and other locations throughout US and Europe.

Nicole Mitchell is an amazing flutist and band-leader in her own right. Co-president of the seminal Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), Mitchell is the founder of the critically acclaimed Black Earth Ensemble and Black Earth Strings. #1 in Downbeat magazine’s critic’s poll for “Rising Star Flutist 2006 and 2007,” Mitchell has performed with creative luminaries including George Lewis, Anthony Braxton, Lori Freedman, Miya Masaoka, James Newton and Muhal Richard Abrams. She also works on ongoing projects with Ed Wilkerson, David Boykin and Hamid Drake. Her playing and exuberance is simply amazing; she stands out in my mind as the performer who radiated the most positive energy in her personality as she played.

The rest of the group is made up of leading Chicago players all equally worthy of long paragraphs about the notable people they’ve played with, all of whom will be here this week! Well, almost. Doors at 8 pm; $10 suggested.

Thursday, Sept 6th: Eye Contact
Time to give the New Yorkers some! Eye Contact is composed of Matt Heyner (electric and acoustic basses) Matt Lavelle (trumpet, bass clarinet, cuica, flugelhorn) and Ryan Sawyer (drums). Although the sound might loosely be termed free jazz, the reality is far more complex, as a typical performance finds them drawing on elements of free improv, latin music, metal, drone and psychedelia.

Matt Lavelle is best known as a member of William Parker’s Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra. His discography also includes work with Sabir Mateen, Assif Tsahar, Steve Swell, Ras Moshe and Daniel Carter.

Matt Heyner is one of the most in-demand bass players in New York City. He has toured internationally with the legendary improv unit NoNeck Blues Band, and is also well-known for his work in TEST with Daniel Carter, Sabir Mateen and Tom Bruno. His current working groups include those of Sabir Mateen, Ras Moshe and Steve Swell, and he has had previous work with Thurston Moore, Chris Corsano, Paul Flaherty, Okkyung Lee and Samara Lubelski.

Ryan Sawyer was among the founding members of mythic Texas punkers At The Drive-In. He moved to New York, studied with Bobby Previte, played with Tony Malaby and Bruce Eisenbeil and is now a member of indie rockers Tall Firs and improv orchestra Stars Like Fleas.
Doors at 8 pm; $5-10

9/8 Earlier: James Ilgenfritz, Piotr Michalowski, Mike Khoury, Curtis Glatter, and James Cornish
9/8 After Dally Party: Ri Ri Garcia
9/14 & 9/15: Eugene Chadbourne and Jimmy Carl Black
9/21: Jack Rose/ Glenn Jones/ Windy and Carl/ Nick Schillace
9/22: Jack Wright, Tatsuya Nakatani, Michel Doneda
9/28: Nautical Almanc/ Demons

10/3 Magik Markers
10/8 Rempis Percussion Quartet
10/9 Damo Suzuki with Detroit Sound Carriers
10/13 Thollem McDonas with Skeeter Shelton
10/19 Trevor Watts and Jamie Harris- early show
10/26 Casey Neill
10/27 Yellow Swans
10/29 Sic Alps, Cadaver in Drag, Mammal

11/2 Gaida Hinnawi (Arabic ensemble)
also in Nov. Tatsuya Nakatani

12/18 Frode Gjerstad Trio

currently in the gallery: Michael Mikolowski- “New Work”
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Jazz Listings From The New York Times


This week’s shows in New York:

RASHIED ALI QUINTET (Tonight and tomorrow night) Rashied Ali has had a substantial career in the avant-garde, starting with his percussive role in the late-period groups of John Coltrane. But hard bop is the sturdy foundation for this quintet, with a front line of Jumaane Smith on trumpet and Lawrence Clark on tenor saxophone. At 8 and 10, Sweet Rhythm, 88 Seventh Avenue South, at Bleecker Street, West Village, (212) 255-3626, sweetrhythmny.com; cover, $20, with a $10 minimum.

LARRY CORYELL, MARK EGAN, PAUL WERTICO (Thursday) Mr. Coryell, the guitarist rightfully acknowledged as one of the trailblazers of jazz-rock, joins Mr. Egan, a well-traveled electric bassist, and Mr. Wertico, a propulsive drummer, in an all-star fusion collective. (Through Sept. 9.) At 8 and 10 p.m., Iridium, 1650 Broadway, at 51st Street, (212) 582-2121, iridiumjazzclub.com; cover, $30, with a $10 minimum. (Chinen)

MARK FELDMAN AND MATT MANERI (Tuesday) Mr. Feldman, a violinist, and Mr. Maneri, a violist, share an attraction to spontaneity, and to a kind of penetrating lyricism. Their duets, largely improvised, should produce some fascinating results. At 10 p.m., the Stone, Avenue C and Second Street, East Village, thestonenyc.com; cover, $10. (Chinen)

★ PAUL MOTIAN, JOE LOVANO, BILL FRISELL (Tuesday through Thursday) On its recent album, “Time and Time Again” (ECM), this marvelous trio advances a distinctive brand of beguiling elasticity. As always, Mr. Motian, a drummer and composer, instigates smartly subversive decisions from Mr. Lovano (on tenor saxophone) and Mr. Frisell (on guitar and electronics); and, as usual, the group sets up here for a two-week run, which will be over in no time. (Through Sept. 16, except on Sept. 10.) At 9 and 11 p.m., Village Vanguard, 178 Seventh Avenue South, at 11th Street, West Village, (212) 255-4037, villagevanguard.com; cover, $20, with a $10 minimum. (Chinen)

NIGHT OF THE RAVISHED LIMBS (Wednesday) In the first set of this Park Slope series, the alto saxophonist Lisa Parrott leads an adventurous trio, with Chris Lightcap on bass and Gerald Cleaver on drums. Then the tenor saxophonist Keefe Jackson leads Fast Citizens, a Chicago ensemble with an auspicious recent album, “Ready Everyday” (Delmark). At 8 and 10 p.m., Barbès, 376 Ninth Street, at Sixth Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn, (718) 965-9177, barbesbrooklyn.com; cover, $10 a set. (Chinen)

TODD SICKAFOOSE’S BLOOD ORANGE (Thursday) Indie rock is more than a passing influence on this chamberlike group, which features the songs and stalwart bass playing of Todd Sickafoose, alongside contributions from the violinist Jenny Scheinman, the trumpeter Shane Endsley, the guitarists Mike Gamble and Jonathan Goldberger, and the twin brothers Alan and Mark Ferber on trombone and drums. At 9 and 10 p.m., Tea Lounge, 837 Union Street, between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, Park Slope, Brooklyn, (718) 789-2762, tealoungeny.com; suggested donation, $5. (Chinen)

Avant jazz set to take centre stage


The Guelph Festival gets previewed.

Since it was launched in 1994, the Guelph Jazz Festival has been celebrated for showcasing cutting-edge forms of jazz and improvised music.

The 14th edition, which runs Sept. 5-9, will be no different. Organized under a bold theme – “People Get Ready: The Future of Jazz is Now!” – the event is touting first-time appearances by renowned artists such as multi-reedist Anthony Braxton, bassist Charlie Haden and pianist Carla Bley.

KFJC Reviews


From KFJC:

Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo – “Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo ” – [Vibraphone Records]

Carter, Tom / Robert Horton / Michael Shannon – “Turnstone ” – [Three Lobed Recordings]

Merzbow Carlos Giffoni – “Synth Destruction ” – [Important Records]

Vopat – “Calcutta ” – [Brutal Sound Effects]

A Band – “A Band ” – [Qbico]

The Stone in October


October’s Stone calendar is available.

October 2007 at the Stone curated by Paola Prestini / Steven Bernstein

10/2 Tuesday (JB)
8 pm
Tony Arnold—Vocal Magic
Tony Arnold (vocals)
Internationally recognized for her interpretation of contemporary repertoire, Tony Arnold offers an experimental evening of vocal magic. In 2001 she became the first vocalist ever to win the prestigious Gaudeamus Competition.

10 pm
Lukas Ligeti—Traveling Voices
Lukas Ligeti (percussion and electronics)
After his recent release, “Mystery System”, a program of chamber music on Tzadik Records, Ligeti returns to The Stone to elaborate on his unique musical blend: polymetric experimentalism crossed with musical voyages to Africa.

10/3 Wednesday
8 pm
Dave Eggar and the Quartet of Disparate Voices
Dave Eggar (cello) Eric Huebner (piano) Matt Zebroski (drummer) Peter Evans (trumpet)
A riveting evening exploring video and electronica collaborations with new works by Jim Altieri, Sam Pluta, Emil Margolis, Michael Brecker, Toshiro Mayazumi and Morton Feldman.

10 pm
Milica Paranosic—”A Musical Jackson Pollock”
Milica Paranosic (electronics and vocals)
An evening of original, improvised and arranged compositions by Paranosic (a native of Belgrade) using new and extended techniques involving electronics, ethnic, toy and found instruments, vocals, movement, spoken word and visuals, rendering a variety of musical styles (pop, folk, hip-hop and classical).

10/4 Thursday
8 pm
“Such a Pure Force”—the Verge Ensemble
Lina Bahn (violin) Steve Antosca (composer) Collin Oldham (cellomobo/Radio Tape Knife, inventor) Nick Antosca (reader)
The Verge Ensemble hails from Washington DC and brings “Such a Pure Force”, a work that explores the force and inspiring power of life at its final moments with text from Chilean poet Pablo Neruda’s Cien Sonetos De Amor.

10 pm
No Surrender
Jamal (Seraphim) Van Sluytman (vocals) with No Surrender and special guests
No Surrender returns from recent trips to Europe to offer a rare appearance in NY. An alternative electronic band, No Surrender was a pioneer of the Avant-Garde hip hop movement and have helped shape the current landscape where electro meets punk and hip-hop.

10/5 Friday (JC)
8 pm
David Cossin
David Cossin (percussion)
A specialist in new and experimental music, Cossin stretches the boundaries of percussion performance by incorporating new media across a broad spectrum of musical and artistic forms.

10 pm
Vijay Iyer and Rudresh Mahanthappa-Raw Materials
Vijay Iyer (piano) Rudresh Mahanthappa (alto saxophone)
This innovative duo offer an evening of music in a chamber-like setting, their original music blurring the boundaries between composition and improvisation, drawing from African-American jazz and experimental music, South Asian and African musics, and modern composition.

10/6 Saturday (CB)
8 pm
Kinan Azmeh
Kinan Azmeh (clarinet)
Kinan’s compositions include works for solo violin and clarinet with Max/Msp and interactive works for clarinet, computers and live illustrations.

10 pm
XAMBUCA presents”Dicentra”—A Poisonous Flower in Two Parts
Chandra Shukla (electronics) Larry Thrasher (Psychic TV) and RK Faulhaber (Nurse With Wound)(multi-instrmentalists, sonic specialists) Jon Weber (video artist)
In from San Francisco, XAMBUCA presents”Dicentra”, a story about the life of a flower who’s anatomy appears to be split into two, its journey through its growth, its inevitable lament, and the potentially poisonous hallucinations rendered by its consumption.

10/7 Sunday (MF)
8 pm
Cornelius Dufallo with members of Ne(x)tworks
Cornelius Dufallo (violin) Joan La Barbara (voice) Miguel Frasconi (glass and electronics) Wadada Leo Smith (composer)
Violinist/composer Cornelius Dufallo presents new music for violin and elecrtonics. Dufallo will also be joined by Ne(x)tworks members La Barbara and Frasconi for collaborative improvisations.

10 pm
Kathleen Supove—INNER CITIES #13
Kathleen Supove (piano) Charles Woodman (video artist)
Explosive and innovative Kathleen Supove performs new multimedia creations for piano, including the 2007 work INNER CITIES #13 by Alvin Curran.

10/9 Tuesday (JB)
8 pm
More Viola, Please…
Nadia Sirota (viola)
Fearless interpreter and commissioner of music, Nadia Sirota offers an evening that features the viola and electronics with premieres by Caleb Burhans and Nico Muhly.

10 pm
Blues in Space
Rubin Kodheli (cello) Garret Brown (drums) Justin Sabaj (electric guitar)
Rubin Kodheli, the multi-talented young cellist, brings together a mixed ensemble band in an evening of music spanning hard rock to heavy metal, with chaotic improvisations on electric cello.

10/10 Wednesday
8 pm
Matthew Burtner and friends
Matthew Burtner (sound artist) Haleh Abghari (vocals) Morris Palter (percussion) Michael Straus (saxophone)
A multimedia chamber music evening that combines video and computer-generated sound with live acoustic instruments. This special set features “Kuik (aria) which tells the story of the Kvichak River in Alaska, the scattering glitchy electroacoustic saxophone and video piece, “(dis)Locations,” and the suspended icily precise “Prismic Generations” for struck and bowed pitched instruments.

10 pm
Will Holshouser Trio
Will Holshouser (accordionist) Ron Horton (trumpet) Dave Phillips (bass)
An evening of arranged and improvised works by Holshouser offers a broad palette of trumpet timbres, rich bass bow sounds, and rhythmically driving accordion pulsations.

10/11 Thursday (GG)
8 pm
Christine Southworth and Evan Ziporyn
Christine Southworth & Evan Ziporyn (Balinese gamelan gender wayang)
Traditional Balinese duets from the repertoire of the late I Wayan Loceng, Sukawati Village. Gender wayang is commonly used to accompany the the shadow puppet plays (wayang kulit) of Bali; it is also used for major life rituals such as funerals and tooth filings.

10 pm
Metasax&DRUMthings
Matthew Burtner (metasaxophones, polyrhythmicon, computer, composer) and Morris Palter (percussion and computer) ThinkThank Media (video) Spacecraft (design)
Metasax&DRUMthings merges intense human/computer polyrhythms with live signal processing using sensor-based gestural technologies. From structured, experimental works to free improvisation with rhythmic signal processing machines, to ambient pulse-based sound art, Metasax&DRUMthings performances present a high-energy, rhythmic show combining experimental, electronic, free jazz and punk influences

10/12 Friday (JB)
8 pm
The New York Miniaturist Ensemble
Erik Carlson (violin) Josh Rubin (clarinet) Michael Caterisano (percussion)
The New York Miniaturist Ensemble performs works of 100 notes or fewer by composers from around the globe.

10 pm
Steve Piccolo and Gak Sato
Steve Piccolo (voice, bass, guitar and electronics) Gak Sato (theremin, percussion and electronics)
Steve Piccolo, in a rare appearance at the Stone, comes from Milan, Italy to bring us “Unreliable Sources”, an evening of songs and stories.

10/13 Saturday
8 pm
Moo, Squeal & Scratch: In the Garden of Shadows
Haleh Abghari (voice), Michael Douglas Jones (voice) Benjamin Kreith (violin) Keith Carrol (Sound Design)
Excerpts from Moo, Squeal & Scratch: in the garden of shadows, a bilingual music-theatre work with text from classical Persian poetry.

10 pm
‘CELLI
Felix Fan (cello)
Felix Fan, the exciting versatile cellist, offers an evening with multiple cellistic perspectives in a program that includes ‘Metamorphosis’ by Philip Glass for two celli, ‘We shall Fight’ by Yoav Gal, and ‘Cello Counterpoint’ by Steve Reich.

10/14 Sunday (MM)
8 and 10 pm
Improv Night—A Stone Benefit
John Zorn (sax) Steven Bernstein (trumpet) Kenny Wollesen (drums) Shanir Blumenkranz (bass) Cyro Baptista (percussion) Special Guests TBA
Come out and support The Stone! Twenty Dollars.

10/17 Wednesday
8 pm
Matt Munisteri and Brock Mumford
Matt Munisreri (guitar,vocals), Jon-Erik Kelso (cornet) Guests TBA
Brooklyn-bred guitarist (and MTO member) in his 1st Stone appearance

10 pm
Tony Scherr and friends
Tony Scherr (bass, guitar, vocals) Special guests
Bassist, guitarist, vocalist, 1/4 of Sex Mob,long time collaborater with Bill Frissel, Willie Nelson, Joey Baron and so many more with a special instrumental project put together for this event.

10/18 Thursday (MF)
8 pm
Paul Shapiro and Midnight Minyan
Paul Shapiro (tenor saxophone) Peter Apfelbaum (tenor saxophone) Steven Bernstein (trumpet) Brian Mitchell (piano) Booker King (bass) Tony Lewis (drums)
Special all acoustic performance by Tzadik favorites Midnight Minyan.

10 pm
Doug Wamble, Ben Allison and Matt Wilson
Doug Wamble (guitar) Ben Allison (bass) Matt Wilson (drums)
Marsalis Music recording artist (and original MTO member) Doug Wamble in his first ever collaboration with two of the most critically regarded musicians in NYC today.

10/19 Friday
8 pm
Michael Blake’s Hellbent
Michael Blake (tenor saxophone) Steven Bernstein (trumpet, slide trumpet) Marcus Rojas (tuba) Calvin Weston (drums)

10 pm
Sex Mob with Calvin Weston
Steven Bernstein (slide trumpet) Briggan Krauss (alto saxophone) Tony Scherr (bass) Calvin Weston (drums)
First NYC appereance since the end of Tonic by the Grammy nominated band Sex Mob…come to see their Grammy medallions, stay to hear their music.

10/20 Saturday (RK)
8 pm
Charlie Burnham and Hidden City
Charlie Burnham (violin, mandolin, vocals) Dom Richards (bass) Marika Hughes (cello) Shahzad Ismaily (drums)
MTO violinist, member of Blood Ulmer’s Odeysey Band, Cassandra Wilson collaborater…Charlie sings and plays his original songs…an incredible musician.

10 pm
G Calvin Weston and the Nassira Project
G Calvin Weston (drums, trumpet, vocals) Tom Spiker (guitar, bass) Brian Marsala (keyboards)

10/21 Sunday (MM)
8 pm
Brad Sheppick Trio
Brad Sheppick (guitar) Gary Versace (organ) Mark Ferber (drums)
Brad Sheppick’s long standing trio and a NYC mainstay.

10 pm
Peck Allmond Kalimba Collective
Peck Allmond (mbira) Guests TBA
Peck Allmond is a multi-instumentalist who never stops expanding his musical world…also a friend of Steven Bernstein’s since 3rd grade!

10/23 Tuesday (OL)
8 pm
Will Bernard, Ches Smith and Friends
Will Bernard (guitar) Ches Smith (drums)
Will is a recent NYC transplant, Palmetto recording artist and original member of Peter Apfelbaum’s Heiroglyphics Ensemble and TJ Kirk.

10 pm
Erik Lawrence and Hipmotism
Erik Lawrence (baritone and tenor saxophones) Steven Bernstein (trumpet, slide trumpet) Rene Hart (bass) Allison Miller (drums)
This quartet recently released their 1st CD. Erik and Steven have been members of The Levon Helm band for the last three years..this is a soulful and poetic project.

10/24 Wednesday (MF)
8 pm
Mario Pavone Project
Mario Pavone (bass, compostion) Guests TBA

10 pm
Jonathan Finlayson/Steve Lehman Duo
Jonathan Finlayson (trumpet) Steve Lehman (alto saxophone)

10/25 Thursday
8 pm
Matthew White
8 piece band
Matthew White is a brilliant young arranger-composer-bandleader from Chapel Hill, NC, this is the bands first NYC appearance.

10 pm
Apfelbaum/Bernard/Phelps/Rojas/Brown
Peter Apfelbaum (tenor saxophone, piano, composition) Will Bernard (guitar) David Phelps (guitar) Marcus Rojas (tuba) Justin Brown (drums)
A special one time project for the Stone and a first time meeting between guitar virtuosos Bernard and Phelps.

10/26 Friday
8 and 10 pm
Steven Bernstein’s Millennial Territory Orchestra
Steven Bernstein (trumpet) Art Baron (trombone) Charlie Burnham (violin) Doug Wieselman (clarinet) Peter Apfelbaum (tenor saxohone) Erik Lawrence (baritone, soprano saxophone) Matt Munisteri (guitar, vocals) Ben Allison (bass) Ben Perowsky (drums)
First NYC show since premiering new scores to Laurel & Hardy films in Prospect Park, a rare opportunity to see MTO in Manhattan

10/27 Saturday (OL)
8 pm
Ben Perowsky Solo
Ben Perowsky (drums, percussion and sincussion)

10 pm
Briggan Krauss Solo
Briggan Krauss (alto saxophone, electronics)

10/28 Sunday (MM)
8 pm
Marcus Rojas Solo
Marcus Rojas (tuba, tubapercussion, tubasinging)

10 pm
Gina Leishman
Gina Leishman (piano, voice, reeds) Guests TBA
Kamikaze Ground Crew coleader, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and composer presents a special concert at the Stone

10/30 Tuesday (MF)
8 pm
Art Baron and Friends
Art Baron (trombone, digeridoo, recorders and more)

10 pm
Scott Robinson
Scott Robinson (saxophones, clarinets, theremin) Guests TBA

10/31 Wednesday (HHC)
8 and 10 pm
SPECIAL HALLOWEEN IMPROV NIGHT—A STONE BENEFIT
John Zorn and many VERY special surprise guests present an evening of music, magic and madness.
Come out on this sacred night and support The Stone! Twenty Dollars.

DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET Photos


The latest from DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET:

August 26, 2007
Eugene Chadbourne’s Sacred Insects of Ancient Egypt, The Stone
Eugene Chadbourne, Evan Gallagher, Mary Halvorson, Barry Mitterhof, Jessica Pavone, Stephanie Rearick

August 25, 2007
Chadbourne-Dahl-Schroeder-Fox-Heberer, The Stone
Eugene Chadbourne, Tim Dahl, Dave Fox, Thomas Heberer, Dieter Schroeder