All proceeds go to the Island Harvest Organization of Long Island, NY. Admission is $5 OR Three (3) unopened cans of food.
The Set Nyc presents another night that's a lock for a damn good time. Paulina Vo THE FEARLESS (Acoustic set) Josh Yavneh (+ Uber special guests) Persona 21+ 5 bucks to get in.4 killer sets.Sweet deal. Doors- 7 PM Showtime- 8 PM See you there!
THE SET NYC: PRESENTS A NIGHT OF EPIC ACOUSTIC-NESS!!! COME ONE! COME ALL! Acclaimed singer-songwriters,Paulina Vo and Josh Yavneh (who will have copies of his latest ep, 4 songs for sale at the show!) -are both returning to the stage for the first time in quite some time! PLUS a solo set from Starship,who will be taking a break from fronting his two great bands,Bad influence and The U.S. Americans AND a rare acoustic set from the mighty FEARLESS!!! Come let them rock your face off like only they can and then grab a copy of their amazing album, Gyrator ! I dare you to think of a better way to spend a Tuesday night.. Come on, I dare you. 21+ 5 bucks for 4 great sets + 1 drink min (venue rules. If it were up to us, we'd have the show be free). P-Vo is leading us off at 7:45/8 then Josh-> then The Fearless-> then Starship... Come for it all. A insanely awesome evening is guaranteed. Hope to see you ALL there! https://www.facebook.com/badinfluenceNYC http://www.paulinavo.com/ http://www.reverbnation.com/JOSHYAVNEH http://www.reverbnation.com/thefearlessmusic
The Fearless, Long Islands best rock band take the stage with Stormy Night Sessions and Decypher Life!
Sounds Like: Black Sabbath, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, My Bloody Valentine
"Hey I know that song"..something you hear everyday...and a reaction that one band from New York strives to hear when they put one out, that band is THE FEARLESS!
A three piece outfit that consists of Paul Sparacino on vocals/keyboards/bass guitar, Frank Joseph on guitar/vocals and Matt Ma...See Full Bio
“They certainly did as The Fearless displayed their wide range of musical skill from classic rock songs like “Take It From Me” to classic pop rock with songs like “We Don’t Run” to their trademark pop-punk sound with songs like “Audible Eyes”. Regardless of which song they were playing, they were exuberant throughout the set and the crowd reciprocated their high energy. There wasn’t a person sitting down for the entire show.”