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Nellie McKay (& Laurie Anderson) w/ Brooklyn Philharmonic — Letterman video + live show Thursday – WIN TIX

That’s crazy that Nellie McKay and the whole Brooklyn Philharmonic got to perform on Letterman last week (1/22/07) – video above (MP3 here). This Thursday (2/01/07) is the live show that brings together the Brooklyn Philharmonic with Nellie, Joan Osborne, Laurie Anderson, AND Suzanne Vega “for an electrifying evening of newly-orchestrated songs”. It’s at BAM.

You can buy tickets HERE for the Nellie show AND the Antony & The Johnsons show happening on March 9th. You can also WIN a pair of tickets to the Nellie show right here and now. To win, E-mail BVCONTESTS@HOTMAIL.COM (subject: Nellie) and tell me what school Nellie attended in third grade while she lived in Harlem. A winner will be picked randomly tomorrow (1/31) at Noon.

The entire Brooklyn Philharmonic calendar can be found here.

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