The event is called "Flip These Houses" that celebrates "Protest Songs, Political Music, and Unity through Song" and the lineup also includes Hamilton Leithauser, The Wrens' Charles Bissell, Nicole Atkins, Ted Leo, Syd Straw, and many more.
"It was a haven for working NYC musicians who just wanted to hang out in a non-careerist environment. It was previously Brownies, where all of your favorite bands played before anyone had heard of them. It feels like the heart of what was New York for me has been cut out." - Will Sheff
Jason Narducy's band Split Single released Metal Frames back in November which is loaded with punky, poppy, anthemic rock not unlike some of the other bands Narducy also plays in (Superchunk, Bob Mould).
Of all the people I admire for their varied contributions to the arts, it dudn't get any better'dn Mr. Dave Hill. Everything this guy touches turns to gold and I suspect he's probably the envy of all his peers...
As previously discussed, Split Single -- the band led by Jason Narducy (of Bob Mould's band and formerly of Verbow) that also features Britt Daniel (Spoon, Divine FIts) and Jon Wurster (Bob Mould, Superchunk, Mountain Goats) -- will release their debut album, Fragmented World, next week (4/1)...
Back in 2012, after Spoon's Britt Daniel formed the "supergroup" Divine Fits, he joined another new band, Split Single, which is the project of Jason Narducy (of Bob Mould's band and formerly of Verbow) and also features fellow Bob Mould collaborator Jon Wurster (also of Superchunk, Mountain Goats, etc) on dr...
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