Doors at 7PM. Sign-up at 7:30pm to Perform. Show starts at 8pm
(125 East 11th Street (between 3rd and 4th Avenue)
Every Wednesday - Lach Presents... at Webster Hall. Doors at 7PM. Show starts at 7:30pm Sharp! Five Bucks for Five Acts!
April 7th - Mr.Patrick, Steve Espinola, Emily Hope Price, Diane Cluck, Soft Black
It's hard to believe that this Tuesday will be the 4th Antihoot at Webster Hall already! We've been having such a ball and already booked a batch of great talent to play at Webster directly from it (Larkin Grimm, Hank and Pigeon, Cal Folger Day, Scott Rudd to name a few).
The Antihoot is just as much fun to watch as it is to participate in and with no cover charge, no drink minimum, no tip jar and cheap drink prices (PBRs are only $3 for example) it's easily the least expensive, most fun night out enjoying the city's music and performance scene you can have. Sounds like bragging but I ain't done yet...the whole thing happens in The Marlin Room, a gorgeously restored 1930's art-deco room with big comfy couches, state-of-the-art lighting and sound and plenty of dark corners to, well, you know what to do in dark corners, doncha? What are you waiting for, it's gonna be a lovely night this Tuesday to venture out and join in. See you at the Antihoot!
And, let's not forget about the new weekly Wednesday night series: Lach presents...5 acts for 5 bucks! This week is a stellar line-up, dig... (and google them if ya wanna hear more ;-)
7:30- Mr.Patrick- Master Storyteller - Fully aware of his enlightenment by the age of four, Mr. Patrick has ever since been turning the cornerstone of humanity towards truth. Working twenty years in silence, communicating only through his painting and gardening (and a few miracles), he has nurtured the nature of being, for all. An advisor to world leaders, sought out by the spiritually honest, disparaged by the rest, he now speaks to the greater good through truth-based storytelling.
His films have been at the Aspen Comedy Festival, his private life on the BBC, and his performances often on MNN. Not only a painter, performer, and gardener, Mr. Patrick is a world-renowned collector of silver, furniture and ephemera for his modest museum.
8- Steve Espinola - Piano player for The Moldy Peaches and Steve Wynn - Inventor of the electric tennis racket, Steve is widely respected as one of the finest songwriters to ever emerge from the Antifolk scene.
9- Emily Hope Price - Songwriting cellist -She and her cello have recorded for Jason Schwartzman’s HBO series 'Bored to Death' as well as recording with Roger Waters of Pink Floyd, and performing with Nadia Ali, Franz Nicolay formerly of the Hold Steady, and Wakey! Wakey!, among many others, as well as performing on several national TV and radio broadcasts including NPR’s Soundcheck with John Schaefer
"If you are lucky, cellist Price will grace you with a solo performance. I can’t say enough about her talent and the impact of amplifying modern lyrics with a classical instrument. It’s hypnotic." - SoHo Journal
10- Diane Cluck - Probably known to most through her inclusion on the Devendra Banhart curated 'Golden Apples of the Sun' compliation, Diane Cluck has been self-releasing CD-R's for some time. A truly singular performer she is sited as a favorite by such artists as Laura Marling and Jeffrey Lewis.
11-Soft Black – "A bizarro-world Neil Young with less polish and more paranoia." - Rolling Stone.
Soft Black is the psych-folk creation of Vin Cacchione who at times appears solo and other times with the full band but always under the moniker of Soft Black. Think Marc Bolan meets Howlin' Wolf and you are halfway there.
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