Action Support Commitee Presents: FERGUSON ROCKS Free Show With Accepted Donations Benefiting Ferguson Summer Artists include: Outernational, Tom Morello and The Freedom Fighter Orchestra, The Coup and Steffanie Christi'an Hosted by Jessica Care Moore
FRIDAY JULY 10 @ THE RED NIGHTINGALE NYC at LAST DAYS OF THE RED DOOR 140 w 24th st (6+7th ave) *UNOFFICIAL LAMC* ART SHOW + CONCERT + AFTER HOURS ART // BANDS // DJS ft: OUTERNATIONAL Outernational RADIO ARMADA Radio Armada TYE TRYBE The Tye Trybe BODEGA SATELLITE Bodega Satellite more tba more DJs more art THE RED NIGHTINGALE is a place, an event, a party, meeting-spot, concert hall, club, pub, gallery, dancefloor and university of planet earth. Where people come to be different, think different, dance different, challenge themselves and each other, and make a community to fight for a new world. Where the international underground meets the multi-kulti, the radical and revolutionary, punk rockers and lovers dance under artwork and the philosophy is 'the whole world comes first'. NYC's Outernational have been hosting the Red Nightingale since 2014 at the soon-to-be-demolished Red Door NY. Down the street from the LAMC Hotel is a lost piece of history… surviving somehow into the 21st century is an underground shrine of music and art and nightlife and freedom… the RED DOOR Now inhabited by New York revolution rock band Outernational and their 'Red Nightingale' party, this 1960's mannequin showroom has been occupied for 30+ years by original Rolling Stones manager Giorgio Gomelsky. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giorgio_Gomelsky Echoes of past artists still haunt the space: Bad Brains, Bill Laswell, Jeff Buckley, Television, D-Generation, Richard Hell + the Voidoids, Nico of the Velvet Underground all performed, rehearsed and even lived there. Its shifting identity and ever elusive front door have housed underground and counter culture in downtown NYC since 1978. And now in 2015, the building is to be demolished under the shadows of new hotels, condos, and corporate chains. These are the 'LAST DAYS OF THE RED DOOR'
"Channelling the radical stance and the disregard for stylistic parameters that were a hallmark of the Clash, New York City’s Outernational is hellbent on restoring righteous indignation to rock and roll." -The New Yorker
"Outernational uncompromisingly tells the truth, and they paint a pict...See Full Bio
“ Coupled with dynamic rhythms that somehow flow together like streams of water, their ripped-from-the-headlines lyrics of liberation struggle had the audience literally—at least in the case of one wild fan in a Mexican wrestling mask—hanging from the rafters.”