Frank Wood Presents...Downstairs @ Lucky Cheng's - JANA PERI and her super hot band hit the stage at 8:30. Hotter Than A Crotch opens at 7:45. www.mrfwood.com http://luckychengsnyc.com/
MAYDAY MAYDAY! May 1st 2011 SPRING INTO SPANISH HARLEM It feels like the South Pacific, were the british invasion bringing you the works of Abbey Laurel-Smith : DEATH BY COFFEE 4-7 pm Enjoy Hors d'œuvres And WINE, Not to mention all of the Green Mountain Coffee you can consume sponsered by Vermont's best DEATH BY COFFEE is an art show of Painted poems, dripping with caffeine, lick your fingers you coffephiles, you'll love the art for purchase, and there will be a raffle for free bags of your favorite Vermont Coffee and a one of kind Painted Poem by UK Poet, Abbey Laurel-Smith. Come on down, win some free coffee, drink some free coffee, and check out his latest exhibit to help open our new theatre. AT 7 PM HELP US WELCOME HARLEM'S NEW THEATRE Named after one of American's own, who has yet to have had his harlem recognition. ENJOY THE HART CRANE BLACK BOX We've got some of the hottest acts in New York City's Poetry Blues Rock & Folk. 1st on bat, we've got KJ Mitchell at 7, come check out her voice the plumbing is superb! On Deck we bring you one of New York's Premier Poets Mebane Robertson performing songs for you! From Ash and the Girls we've got a knock out duo in Ash & Nina, come check out the soul! HAILING FROM THE DIRTY MIDWEST up on the mic The Travelling Salesman BISHUP We've got one of the Fiercest Songwriters and most Talented beauties in DAKOTA BURL A BEAUTIFUL BLUES BAND FORM THE LI, THE PERIPHERAL VISIONS AND LAST UP, BREAKING IN THE STAGE, JIMBO BROWN and THE NEPTUNE NOON AND 40 Should be a great show, so come on out on a beautiful sunday day, and walk through the lovely streets of Spanish Harlem to 1st Avenue and 112th st for an evening of music and art, drinks and food, good people and good times, Located right across the street from the Thomas Jefferson Play Center and Park, see what good things are popping up in manhattan.
"Singer Jimbo Brown is more serious, as is his "Spanish Harlem post-apocalyptic hillbilly band" The Neptune Noon and 40, the apocalypse in this case being one of oil. Brown's near hysteric wails in his Oil Song are allowable, as he hails from the Gulf Coast and clearly isn't just trying sound outraged for effect."