Adair Powers, Linelions, Scott Rocco, Dirty Bath Water, Molly Chapman
158 Ludlow Street
New York, NY, 10002
Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:00 PM (event ends at 12:00 AM)
This event is 21 and over
a 5-piece alt-country act based out of Westchester and Brooklyn. The band came together in 2015 and, after cutting our teeth at gigs around New York, released our debut album Juno on June 9, 2017. Pieced together over months of emails and freezing cold warehouse practices, Juno is an equally sweet and ethereal record that can best be described as the sound of stumbling home alone after last call just as the day’s colors break through the night. Simply put: we are drunken ghost country
Scott has become recognized as a compelling singer/songwriter. Thus far, he’s performed acoustically in many regions of the US laying support for his inspiring music. His endless search for optimism and hope is evident through the acoustics of his rhythmic persona complemented by his heartfelt tenor voice. At the core of his lyrics are love and fear with relatable stories of challenges and struggles we face as human beings. Aside from live performance, having reached musical milestones performing at venues with over 1000 people in attendance, Scott scored and sung original music for his festival running merited short film — COME AS YOU ARE; a film that showcases his writing, acting, and musical talents. The film theatrically premiered at the historic Pelham Picture House in New York. He also collaborated with long time music vet, Johnny Andriani (The Dwellers, Marky Ramone's Blietzkrieg) who helped score ambient tracks and worked as the main audio engineer for the film’s score. Scott's music will also be featured in his written independent drama — KILL THE LIGHTS. He is currently in preproduction for a new 5 song EP album to be released in early 2018.
Dirty Bath Water
Dirty Bath Water is one of the most original and talented bands currently on the music scene. Their exceptional fusion of rock and R&B combined with their energetic live performances attracts the attention of diverse crowds. Their unique sound never ceases to impress first time listeners and long time fans. This is one band you won't want to miss!
I'm an LA baby, but am currently studying at NYU, in the Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Southern California appearances have included the House of Blues, Whisky A Go Go, Dodger Stadium, Staples Center, the Japan America Theatre (as a contributing songwriter for “Carmen High,” an adaptation of Bizet’s opera), and the Hollywood Bowl (as a backup singer for Dee Dee Bridgewater and Martina McBride). I've made my way into the NYC music scene, playing at venues like DROM, Leftfield, and The Bitter End. When I'm not playing music, you can find me drinking bubble tea in Washington Square Park or petting a stranger’s bulldog on the street.
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