Maxwell•Miranda & Parsley
196 Allen St.
New York, NY, 10002
Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Writer/producer/razorback Chris Maxwell is a composer for Fox's "Bob's Burgers," has worked with Yoko Ono, Jon Spencer, They Might Be Giants, is known on certain LES blocks as the "king of guitar."
Holly Miranda has accomplished and accrued an amazing amount of experience in a relatively short amount of time. Moving to New York City at the brave age of 16 from Detroit, she cut her teeth like many by playing in bands around the city before moving towards a career as a songwriter on her own. It didn't take long for the young performer to catch the eyes and ears and of many now diehard fans in New York and beyond with Pitchfork noting "She's a bona-fide singer-songwriter who can and will simply sell a song around just her voice and the sound of an acoustic guitar." She would continue to perform live in Karen O's solo band and found the stage on her own opening for the likes Tegan & Sarah, Florence and the Machine, and The xx. She even once shared the stage with the legendary Lou Reed at the world-renowned Sydney Opera House. Most recently Holly has been racking up accolades from such tastemakers as Rookie, Spin,Buzzfeed, and NPR. You can catch also catch Holly in the Out Magazine prestigous upcoming Out 100.
Her sophomore self-titled LP is out everywhere now via Dangerbird Records.
Ambrosia Parsley is a New York singer and songwriter best known for her work as the principal songwriter and front woman for pop noir trailblazers Shivaree. "Goodnight Moon," from the band's 1999 Capitol debut, "I Oughtta Give You a Shot in the Head for Making Me Live in This Dump," topped the Italian pop chart for 8 weeks, served as the end title in Quentin Tarrantino's "Kill Bill 2," and provided the sultry backdrop for one of the most unforgettable scenes in Oscar winning "Silver Linings Playbook." Parsley wrote and performed a subversive, comic take on the weekly news for "Unfiltered" (hosted by Rachel Maddow, Lizz Winstead and Chuck D) on Air America Radio in the run-up to the 2004 election. She's worked with Laurie Anderson, Benjamin Biolay, Angela McCluskey, Paul Cantelon, Joe Henry, Sex Mob, Dave Sitek, and Hal Wilner, while her songs have been licensed for film, television and advertising in more than a dozen countries around the world.
General Admission Seated || *Please note, there is a $10 drink minimum for this show*