We're psyched to announce yet another show in the great "Lucille Grill" (B.B. King Blues Club & Grill) !! It's no secret I have a very sweet spot in my heart for this gem ,I've been working at for 8 years . it's a great honor to be part of the "Blue Note jazz Festival" taking place in New york jUNE 1-30TH. first time we gonna play a new song that was inspired by and dedicated to my long time co-worker ,friend and musician Rodney Speed who passed away this year.(R.i.P brother) FEATURING: Stefano Baldasseroni - DRUMS Segev Harosh -GUITARS Brian Karp - BASS Chen Prat - VOCALS YOURS TRULY - VOCALS ,GUITAR Here's a video from our last show @ Arlene's Grocery: http://youtu.be/PkNIKSdD338
Hey peeps , Join me and my band for a new year celebration at this lovely spot .Its early Sunday night so all your bloody marries have been already taken effect.Get your boyfriend,girlfriend , Roomate and co worker to stomp their feet to our beat . Gonna play new songs , old songs , covers . Gonna be hawt!
Sounds Like: Radiohead, David Bowie (Official), The Cure, Pink Floyd, John Lennon
Bio: When your name's as catchy as Nimo Kally, it only seems fitting that you're the leader of a modern-indie rock band featuring some of New York City's top musicians. Since forming in 2014, nIMO & The Light have played extensively around NYC and Tel Aviv, where Kally worked as a radio DJ at two of I...See Full Bio
“New York City musician Nimo Kally has released his newest EP record, titled, “Espresso River.” The record includes three original tracks for a total of 11 minutes’ playing time. It is the debut official release from Kally as a solo artist, though he has been performing rock music as a bassist, vocalist, and singer-songwriter for several years. Though “Espresso River” is only an EP constructed from three songs (essentially a single release with two B-side tracks) the little record is skillful, heartfelt, tasteful, stylish, and extremely well-written. It is also extremely affordable, so there’s no risk in meeting Nimo Kally as he is introduced to the world for the first time. Kally’s singing style bares attributes reminiscent of Thom Yorke’s understated, crackling mode of crooning, although neither too derivative nor too similar. The rhythms to which Kally plays his songs can also be soft and jazzy, also not unlike Radiohead (see Track 3 of Kally’s EP, “Way Up in the”