Wish goodbye to the days of old and share a toast to many more! Celebrate New Year's Eve 2016 at Nick's House with: Wish goodbye to the days of old and share a toast to many more! Celebrate New Year's Eve 2016 at Nick's House with: 8pm - Annalise Curtin 9pm - EyeRobot 10pm - The Low Class Cut 11pm - The Monday Specials 12am- Mothlight 1am - Dirtbike 6 Bands - 5 Dollars, 8 PM till 2 AM Free Champagne toast at Midnight, and what the hell... Free party hats... It's a party after all!
Come drink, dance, and listen to wonderful music!!!
Come join the 1st annual Musical Benefit for Awareness™ at The Local (Club Anything). $3 cover at the door. Line up: 9:00- Moth Light 10:00- Annalise Curtin 11:00- The Low Class Cut 12:00- Dirtbike
Coventry Jones presents Live at Wild Card Sports Bar featuring Aaron Ruiz, Annalise Curtin Music ,The Kessel Run, Coventry Jones and the Minor King Jazz Band Music starts at 8:00! It's Freee 8-9 Coventry Jones (acoustic), Aaron Ruiz (acoustic), 9-10 Minor King jazz ban 10-11 PM Annalise Curtin /Aaron Ruiz Duo 11 PM-12 AM (midnight) Coventry Jones Band 12 AM (midnight) /12:45 PM The Kessel Run 12:45 AM- 2 AM, Coventry Jones Band, CJ acoustic, Aaron Ruiz (acoustic).
Join us at the "Bar Rescued" Nick's House (formerly Y-Not III) for a night of great music. 4 different acts; something for everyone. $5 cover. Annalise Curtin (9:00-9:30) Native Tongues (Oshkosh) (10:00-10:45) Various Small Fires (11:15-12:15) NeoCaveman (12:30-1:30) https://annalisecurtin.bandcamp.com/ http://native-tongues.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/neocaveman
Sounds Like: Regina Spektor, Alanis Morrisette, The Cranberries
Bio: I grew up in the Philadelphia area playing violin and singing in choirs. I bought my first guitar when I was 16 and have been writing songs ever since. These songs narrate my life from when I was 16 up until now in my twenties. A transition I know many can relate to.
“I look forward to enjoying future performances from Annalise. From what I remember, her personal style of music delivery was unadorned, yet carefully layered and composed. I felt compelled to capture Annalise, due to her captivating, stripped-down musical performance, and due to her pensive stage presence, which complemented her musical selections quite well.”