TurnStyle Music Group Presents
La Petite Celine, The Johnny Pumps
9 Avenue A
New York, NY, 10009
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Lieder, an original band based out of northern New Jersey, displays an aggressive style of power pop, steeped in the tradition of American and British Rock & Roll. Originally formed in the spring of 2007, Lieder (which means “songs” in German) was personally given its name by rock legend Pete Townshend of The Who.
La Petite Celine
La Petite Celine is the indie/folk project of Franco-American singer-songwriter Celine du Tertre, a young solo-artist living in Brooklyn and Pace University grad with a BFA in Acting. As a multilingual native New Yorker and a multi-instrumentalist, Celine allows her interest in ethnicity and her organic process in investigating new instrumental voices to inspire compositions to be culturally diverse in influence, and yet, uniquely her own. This intuitive melting pot of sound is demonstrated in La Petite Celine’s EP album, "Young Soldier," where various cultural styles of music are used, such as French, African, Celtic, Latin, etc, as well as influence from such artists as The Gypsy Kings, Sia, The Fray, Feist, The Temper Trap, Pauline Croze, Yann Tiersen, and Regina Spektor. But each song keeps the integrity of the La Petite Celine sound with progressions of textural and lyrical build, unique harmonies, and a signature vocal character.
The Johnny Pumps
After 10 years in the French band Madame Kay (SonyBMG France), frontman Fred moved to the United States to pursue his life dream of rocking the states. In 2012 he starts The Johnny Pumps. After many collaborations and encounters, The Johnny Pumps evolved to its own style, Slag. Sometimes grunge, pop, even metal, but taking its roots in the city of New York, The Johnny Pumps can remind of bands like The Strokes or Ramones with a 90s vibe.