Astoria Park Alliance Presents: Astoria Park Shorefest 2015 Sunday, September 27th 1-7pm. Come Enjoy Great Music and Family Fun on the Astoria Park Waterfront. CatGut & Friends 3-5pm.
CatGut is Playing Again At Astoria Park Shore Fest. For The Sixth Year Astoria Park Alliance Along with the Department of Transportation Closes Shore Blvd and Brings The Best of Astoria's Music, Art and Friends of Astoria Park To The Shore. Come Enjoy Your Park and The Eclectic Music of CatGut. Event is from 1-6pm.
Astoria Park Alliance Presents: The 5th Annual Astoria Park Shore Fest - CatGut and Friends
Bio: From the streets and alleyways of Good Old Astoria comes the sounds of guitars, mandolins, banjos, saxophones and snare drums. Up the stairs and into the livingroom, a small light over a music stand the only light in the room. A jam is in progress and the music is of a type yet unknown and unlabe...See Full Bio
“CatGut is probably Astoria’s longest-running band, period. Forged in the seventies originally as the punk band “Who Cares”, these guys have been gigging it all over the city. The secret to their successful run is simple: they love to play. Crowds? Whatever. No pay? No matter. They’ll do a set for a beer and the chance to jam with each other. Listening to the music, you can hear the evolution the band’s sound has taken. From early punk, to bluegrass infusion, the band has what they call a “gypsy jazz” sound. Think one part jazz, one part country swing, one part jam-band, one part straight-rock served neat in the beer mug. Another thing great about Catgut’s biography is that the band members are born-and-bred Astorians. In fact, all but one of them still live in the neighborhood. Louis Armstrong once said “Never play a thing the same way twice”. CatGut may have been playing for decades, but no two sets are ever the same. ”