LOVE HAPPENS AT THE NEW YORK POETRY FORUM Saturday, February 14 from 2 to 5:30ish p.m. Patricia Carragon with Edward Fisher and Marvin Goldfarb The New York Poetry Forum Soldiers', Sailors', Marines' & Airmen's Club 283 Lexington Avenue (between East 36th & 37th Sts) New York, NY 10016 Subway: 6 to 33rd Street www.hopstop.com/ Open Mic $4 for Members, $5 for Non-members Hosted by Daniel Fernandez http://brownstonepoets.blogspot.com/ http://patriciacarragon8.wordpress.com/
Band vs Band is back by popular demand! Tune in every weekday at 6pm ET to Gashouse Live for our segment Band vs Band. We play 3 songs from 2 different bands and our listeners decided which one stays. For more info, visit www.gashouseradio.com/live
Each week we debut a handful of new submission on our segment called The Radar. These are the bands "on the radar" this week. Tune in to hear them in rotation throughout the day. Then tune in to Gashouse Live at 6pm ET all week to hear 1 track from each of these artists. Tune in here: www.gashouseradio.com and be sure to join the conversations happening in our chat room!
Sounds Like: Nirvana, Paradise Lost, Alice in Chains, Type O Negative, Evanescense
EDGAR ALLAN POETS (The Noir Rock Band).
If you like Hitchock's Movies and Edgar Allan Poe's tales you will love this intense and deep sound. Edgar Allan Poets' music is a mix among grunge guitars, classical strings and deep voice and lyrics.
The sound is different, original, strong and epic...ho...See Full Bio
“Edgar Allan Poets. The name itself automatically puts us on an dark universe, trying to call the gothic part to take a stand. Icarus, the theme in review, it has quite a good intention. This band seems to be in touch with their will in music, to be a consistent band with a a catchy side intended. The strong orchestration also helps in making it bigger and epic. It's a good visit card but the repetition in the melody can trap itself in a consecutive idea. That is not always good, but well, if it's only one theme like this, I can deal with that. Well produced, but I still need to hear more to make a more accurate review. ”