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Once again, we are celebrating the birthday of our dear friend and bandmate Ronnie Wheeler. We have a very colorful lineup for you this year Check it out.... 7pm - TBA 8pm - Cosmic Blues Band 9pm - Blueberry High Heels 10pm - Red Gretchen 11pm - Danny's Devil's Blues Mid - Cannonball Statman ( Cannonball has red hair, so that counts. :-) ) Please join us for great music and birthday fun!! **All ages**Free admission** We will be passing the tip jar and all proceeds will benefit the Android and Gass Wild Emergency Fund, so please be generous. AHPresents, baby!!
Doors Open @ 7:30PM I'll be performing @ 10:45PM Freeze your legs off & watch them grow back 3 feet taller than before, at the last CANNONBALL PRESENTS show of 2014, to the sounds of NYC's most talented & frostbitten music-makers, lacing Sidewalk NYC's microphones & sound equipment with wintry bacteria. FREE entry! 1 food/drink minimum. Tip your bartenders & music-makers! All ages admitted! Sidewalk is 94 Avenue A (at E 6th St) in the East Village of NYC of the USA of the universe -- take the F/J/M trains to Delancey/Essex, or the L to 1st Ave, or the feet to the boots to the ground to the motion, in that direction.
Sounds Like: The Velvet Underground, Jeffrey Lewis, KEN South ROCK, X-Ray Spex, Prewar Yardsale
Bio: A native of Brooklyn, NY, Cannonball Statman performs heavy, fast-paced music, with singing, barking, speed-rapping, and Tuvan throat singing layered over an acoustic guitar tuned like a six-string sitar. His debut album "Icepick" was self-released in Spring 2014, followed by a USA tour with NYC-...See Full Bio
Cannonball Statman has a show on 01/17/2015 at 07:00 PM @ The Sidewalk Cafe in New York, NY http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5hy30w #concert
“One part Les Claypool. One part Mr. Bungle. All parts acoustic folk punk. Cannonball Statman has some zany lyrics and amazing guitar skills, but the real spectacle comes from his live shows. Statman has done everything, from dancing onstage to bringing the microphone and stand into the middle of a crowded room for the audience to scream at the top of their lungs because of a forced amputation. This Brooklyn native frequently plays shows around NYC, so it should be easy to catch him if you’re in the area.”