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Hospitality played the Fulton Stall Market (pics)

photos by Chris La Putt

“Stumbled on a live music popup
southstreet seaport. “Hospitality”” – Calamity Chang

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Bill: You’ll be playing in the Fulton Stall markets. What’s your favorite vegetable?

Amber Papini (vocals, guitar): Cabbage. I love it in all ways: sauteed, braised or roasted, coleslaw, kimchi and sauerkraut.
Brian Betancourt (bass, vocals): broccoli // fun to eat tiny trees as a kid. also as an adult.
Kyle Olson (drums): Corn on the cob, because it’s so tasty and reminds me of summers at the Minnesota State Fair!
Nathan Michel (guitar): celery because it’s refreshing.

The celery, corn, broccoli and cabbage loving band Hospitality played the final free Sound Bites show of the summer @ Fulton Stall Market by South Street Seaport this afternoon (7/17). A set of pictures from their set continues below…

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