The Love Hangover
Renée LoBue, Richard Baluyut, Jules Verdone, Dave Derby's Gramercy Arms, Tiffany Topol, Scott Stangland, Tomás Pagán Motta, The Dreamers, Jenny Toomey, Franklin Bruno, Zohra Atash, Zachary Lipez, Samantha Brown, Paul Ryan, Joanna Choy, John Brodeur, Leslie Goshko, Gary Burton, Jessie Kilguss, Benjamin Cartel, Joey Sweeney, Elizabeth Scanlon, Starina, Emma DeCorsey[I am the Polish Army ], Alison Tusick, Alex Emanuel, Lysa Opfer, Richard Alwyn
New York, NY, 10003
This event is 21 and over
The Love Hangover
The Love Hangover, now in its nineteenth year (and its seventh city and second country), is an annual multi-city, multi-artist musical event that explores love in all its many guises. Held each year on February 15th, this post-Valentine's showcase features a line-up local luminaries paired up to sing duets of the lovelorn, love sworn and love torn.
Jules Verdone and a rock band made their first CD, "Diary of a Liar," while living in Boston. With help from many talented friends, she put out her latest record, "dopodomani," since moving to Rockaway Beach. That's the one in Queens.
Dave Derby's Gramercy Arms
US Indie bassist, vocalist & producer.
Tiffany is a New York and Chicago based musician/writer/performer. She works as a custom songwriter and as a composer for film and television, most recently receiving an Outstanding Original Score nomination (Indie Series Awards) and win (LA Webfest) for her work on the series Best Thing You'll Ever Do (available on Amazon Prime). She is equal parts Barbra Streisand, Britney Spears, and Kate Bush. Follow her daily dance and movement experiment on Instagram @movethefurniture.
Scott and Tiffany are both NYC-based actor-musicians. Scott was most recently on Broadway in The Great Comet of 1812. Tiffany was in the 1st National Tour of Once the Musical, and is also a songwriter, frequently recording and producing as Glad Fanny, or as a part of Goldie Haunt.
Tomás Pagán Motta
His music is regularly played on Sirius XM's "The Loft," KCRW, and various NPR affiliates. The title track off his last album "My My (Living A Lie)" premiered on an episode of Netflix's "FLAKED" in June 2017 (curated by KCRW). The single from his 2015 album "Up and Away" was included in NPR's segment - Public Radio's #1 Songs of 2015. Prior to that, Motta released three albums as The Petticoat Tearoom where he received nods from American Songwriter, Magnet and Hype Machine.
One of the people behind Simple Machines.
British guitarist and booking agent. Not to be confused with American singer/guitarist and Origin member Paul Ryan (7).
Member of metal band Cradle Of Filth 1991-1994, joined The Blood Divine in 1994.
Paul Ryan is a brother of Benjamin Ryan.
Joanna Choy is a singer and multi-instrumentalist who has worked with a variety of downtown NYC musicians, including the Losers Lounge, SAADI, Tragedy, The Tall Pines, and Spray Paint Star. Her own projects include Kate Loves Bryan (Kate Bush and Roxy Music), Sport and Play (Pentangle), and her current country band, Scotch Bonnet.
John Brodeur is the founder and leader of the band Bird Streets, whose debut album will be released this summer. He performs regularly with country ensemble Scotch Bonnet and kid-friendly funk-rockers Thunder & Sunshine. His spirit animal is Neil Young.
Gary Burton (born on January 23, 1943, Anderson, Indiana, USA) is an American jazz vibraphonist and composer.
Having been self-taught on the vibraphone, Burton developed a style of four-mallet chording as an alternative to the usual two-mallets. This approach caused Burton to be heralded as an innovator and his sound and technique were widely imitated.
Burton is notable as one of very few openly gay musicians in jazz history, and has stated that his coming out in his 40s had no adverse consequences for his career as he had feared.
"Singer/songwriter Jessie Kilguss has released 3 albums, most recently Devastate Me, which was released in 2014 to critical acclaim. In 2015, she sang harmony and played the harmonium with Freddie Stevenson, opening for the Waterboys on the European leg of their Modern Blues tour. Kilguss is a former actress who made the switch to songwriting after performing with one of her musical heroes, Marianne Faithfull, in London and Sydney in a musical written by Tom Waits and William Burroughs, directed by Robert Wilson.
She’s a frequent contributor to the Bushwick Book Club, a monthly musical performance series in which a curated group of musicians read the same book, write a song about it and perform the song at a public show.
She's releasing a new album, The Fastness, in June 2018.
In the daytime hours, she's the Development Director of Musicambia, an organization that creates humanizing experiences in prisons through regular music education."
“Your last girlfriend scratching on your back kitchen door… "
Alex Emanuel is a NYC based actor, musician, artist and producer. Most recently, he combined 3 of those loves in a rock ‘n’ roll comedy feature film (presently in post-production) that he produced, stars in and wrote music for, called The Incoherents; about four 40-somethings who decide to reform their early 90’s NYC indie rock band www.theincoherents.com.
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