Oct. 10 to Oct. 12 dogs $20.
205 Hudson (corner of Canal St., for The Claire & Jan Binney Lang Art Foundation. There will be a silent auction of art and antique items. 5 to 9 pm
The band that gets you hungry invites you to one of the best local venues. We will be rocking the night away...especially, if you come...
We'll be playing till you get tired...food is great...awesome venue!
Festival starts 10/12 and ends on 10/15...bands, and accommodations and parking etc., can be found at http://www.nyharvestfest.com/ We play Saturday, from 12:30 to 1:45
Sounds Like: Mose Allison, JOHN LEE HOOKER'S BLUES, Frank Sinatra, Bob Dylan, Fred Neil
Manager: Arthur Hine, PANGAEA'S PEOPLE (Global Arts Network)
Bio: I was born in "da Bronx". A good day there, was hanging out in the woods that surrounded the Bronx Zoo, or writing by the side of the Bronx River or Lake Agassiz (lol). Then I discovered that a subway train could take me to another Universe, and as a young teenager, I felt drawn to Greenwich Vill...See Full Bio
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“Sredni Vollmer Rick's Longtime Loyal--and Very Talented--Sideman Anyone who followed Rick's career--in the '80s and '90s will remember Sredni Vollmer. For a good part of both decades, Sredni accompanied Rick--and sometimes The Band as well--as both a harmonica player and a backup/harmony singer. If you were fortunate enough to have seen Rick and Sredni as a duo--a very frequent configuration-- you may remember Sred as highly animated, sometimes almost visually comical in his delivery--contorting his slim-as-a-whip body every which way as he found notes on that harp some of us didn't even know existed, long hair disheveled, eyes closed, one eyebrow raised as he belted out "Little Red Rooster" or "Walkin' Blues", smiling from ear to ear as he watched Sredni channeling Joe Cocker. I've always felt that Sredni's musicianship was underrated..It was not unusual for fans to shout "SRED-NEE!" in between the many calls of "DANK-OH!!"--he had his own legion of fans. . ”