Entries tagged with: Steve Bernstein
FOUR NIGHTS celebrating the incredible, dynamic, explosively creative jazz, instrumental, and adventurous music being made in New York City.The 2012 Undead Music Festival (formerly known as Undead Jazz Fest) starts Wednesday (5/9) with three shows in Greenwich Village, including a Tonic reunion happening at Le Poisson Rouge on Wednesday, 5/9. (There's a Tonic Reunion tonight at The Stone tonight, 5/7, too, unreleated to the Undead fest.)
May 9th: A Marathon of Concerts in Greenwich Village
May 10th: Medeski, Martin & Wood & ?? at Brooklyn Masonic Temple, featuring So Percussion, Steven Bernstein, Vernon Reid & more!!
May 11th: Night Of The Living DIY in Brooklyn, Seattle, Norway & more...
May 12th: Improvised Round Robin Duets at 92Y Tribeca
Lovingly and tirelessly organized by Adam Schatz of Search & Restore, and Brice Rosenbloom of BoomCollective.
Other Undead performers include Medeski, Martin & Wood at Brooklyn Masonic Temple on Thursday (5/10) and a multi-venue "Night of the Living DIY" on Friday (5/11) which includes the previously mentioned Bjorkestra show at the new Shapeshifer Lab (which meanwhile is hosting two nights of Undead-presented shows with Nels Cline, Tim Berne & Jim Black).
Freedom Rides (more by David Andrako)
Hal Willner's Freedom RidesIt's a benefit, but it's still pricey. Save $30 by entering coupon code "Freedom". Keep your eye out for Mario Batali.
Featuring Lou Reed, Tim Robbins, Geri Allen, Eric Mingus, James Carter & more
Music of the Civil Rights Movement
A Benefit for the Clinton Foundation
Also featuring Art Baron, Steve Bernstein, Steve Cardenas, Carla Cook, Helga Davis, Curtis Fowlkes, Briggan Krauss, JD Parran, Catherine Russell, Tao Seeger, James Staten, Jason Walker, AND MANY SURPRISES!
Performers subject to change
Concert starts @ 9:00PM
Doors open @ 7:00PM
Tickets $55.00 in advance
$60.00 day of show
photos by David Andrako
Hal Wilner's Freedom Riders show graced Prospect Park on June 16. The Celebrate Brooklyn show saw performances by Lou Reed, Rosanne Cash, Toshi Reagon, Tao Seeger, Todd Rundgren, and many others. The show celebrated the 50th anniversary of civil rights activists known as the Freedom Riders, and began with a pre-performance discussion with the artists. The full performer lineup is listed at the end of the pictures, below...