Radio sucks, television is worse — and don’t get him started about the greedheads who want you to spend 150 bucks to see a concert BY DAVID WILD | November 14, 2002 The man who told the world “I Won’t Back Down,” “Don’t Do Me Like That” and “Don’t Come Around Here No More” doesn’t […]Read More
Sonospheric - in concert at The Kitchen Sink!
May 4, 2017, 7:00pm - May 4, 2017, 11:00pm
SONOSPHERIC combines digital, analog, and acoustic instruments to create compelling grooves and soundscapes which unfold slowly in cinematic gestures. A new project featuring some of Santa Fe's favorite (and cutest) instrumentalists, the band consists of drummer Dave Wayne (OrnEtc, Shake Alert), bassist and occcasional synthesizer player Casey Andersen (The Mitochondriacs), and full-on keyboardist Grisha Krivchenia (Lifesongs, Finding Refuge). The aggregate effect is adventurous yet accessible, spooky yet oddly familiar, inviting dance as well as contemplation. Close your eyes and listen... immerse yourself in the sounds! Tix $20, www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2932690 Presented in collaboration with Santa Fe Performance Exchange & Kitchen Sink Studio. www.thekitchensinkstudio.com/events.html southwestrootsmusic.org/event/details/sonospheric/ sfpx.org/performance/sonospheric/ Note: There is no event parking available at the studio. Parking is available in nearby Guadalupe Street parking lots, in the municipal lot next to Allsups gas station, and ample parking is always available across the street from the studio at the DeVargas Mall.
Lizzie and The Makers at The Gramercy Theatre!
May 27, 2017, 8:00pm - May 27, 2017, 10:00pm
Lizzie and The Makers are excited to take The Gramercy Theatre by storm this Memorial Day Weekend! We have new songs and BRAND NEW MERCH! Help us make our debut at this venue one of a kind - then we can all head to the beach for the rest of the weekend. Lineup: 8 - All Night Sounds 9 - Lizzie & The Makers 10 - Honor Among Thieves 11 - Ten Ton Mojo Let's do this! "Lizzie & the Makers are one of New York’s most distinctive, exhilarating bands. They jam, but they keep their solos short and spot-on, usually two or maybe three bars at the most. Their inspirations are classic Chicago blues and southern soul, but they also have a psychedelic side: they’re closer to Robert Cray – with a charismatic woman out in front of the band – or Led Zep than, say, Amy Winehouse. Intense frontwoman Lizzie Edwards might not only be the best blue-eyed soul singer in New York: she might be the best blue-eyed soul singer anywhere." - New York Music Daily The Makers are lead singer and songwriter Lizzie Edwards with guitarist and co-writer Greg McMullen (Chris Whitley, Glenn Branca Ensemble), bassist Brett Bass (Gregg Allman, Darlene Love, Bernie Worrell), drummer Bryan Bisordi (Lip Talk, Ron Pope), organ and keyboard player Rob Clores (The Black Crowes) and ferocious backup singer Sarah Wise. This band will blow the roof off of your heart, the socks off of your dancing feet and leave you wanting more!