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Free 2nd Annual Decade Dance Party! It's going to be the bomb-diggity, off the heezy, tubular, out of sight, groovy, and swell! Fundraising, Live performances, costume prizes, fun, food and dancing! Dress up in 90's, 80's, 70's, 60's, 50's, or any other old school type of costume. Bonus points if you were a combo costume: A vampire wearing bell bottoms, A witch with 80's hair, a zombie wearing hammer pants!! . . Bonus points for Retro workout gear. No costume, No problem, wear your regular clothes and be from THIS decade (boring). The party is free, donate whatever you can! Proceeds from the fundraiser will go to Pets Alive Westchester! Donations will be accepted: Money, Bounty paper towels, Fabuloso cleaner, all types of dog, puppy, and cat foods, old blankets, dog waste bags, and toys!
Open Mic Appearance!
Open Mic Tour!
Sounds Like: HIM, Gavin DeGraw, The Script, Bastille
Bio: Nordic Fury (Karel Ullner), a 19-year-old guitarist/multi-instrumentalist and a singer/songwriter, a New Yorker who was born in Finland, is not afraid to bounce the boundaries in music and entertainment.
'You've seen nothing yet!' is the debut EP that Karel started to write at the age of 15. Mu...See Full Bio
““… Nordic Fury, the brainchild of lead singer and composer Karel Ullner. This young musician, who has recorded with the likes of Peter Calo of Carly Simon fame, has released an EP titled "You've Seen Nothing Yet!" recorded at New York's prestigious Avatar Studios. Karel and his musicians performed original songs with an energy and comfort on stage not seen in many young performers. The set closed with a cover of nu metal band Korn's 1998 throwback "Freak on a Leash", Ullner nailing Jonathan Davis' lyrical styling, down to the nonsensical, borderline scat, vocal bridge. If the difference between making it in the music industry and failing is sheer dedication and persistence, Karel Ullner is sure to be a household name in just a few years.” ”