Saturday 11.23.13 - One Eyed Cats 8pm - Old Time Musketry - 9pm Justin Helm 10pm - Franky and the Momos 11pm - BBC America presents Dr. Who 50th anniversary Way Station spillover soirée 2pm - Paint Night 2pm & 5pm

One Eyed Cats 8pm
One Eyed Cats are; Allen Reid (lead vocal/guitar), Mady Land (harmony vocal), Mark Freese (bass) Larry Brunet (harmony vocal/guitar, Dan Besikof (drums). We play original rockabilly (all written by the band) and a little country. Allen & Mady are television & music producers and helped launch The Nashville Network (TNN), America’s original country music lifestyle cable network. They were the largest producers of country music television shows in the U.S., including You Can Be A Star, the longest running talent contest in U.S TV history.

Old time musketry 9pm
Old Time Musketry presents a joyous music that draws from the exuberant spirit of jazz,t he poignant melodies and soulful grooves of rock and folk music, the energy and spontaneity of free improvisation, and a willfully experimental attitude towards combining these elements into a unique vision of American music. The varying instrumentation of accordion, piano, saxophone, clarinet, electric keyboards, bass, and drums (featuring a classic marching bass drum) give the band the ability to sound like a jazz quartet one minute, and a village folk ensemble the next. Old Time Musketry joinedforces in early 2009 in Brooklyn and has been developing their unique sound by performing widely in the New York area and around the Northeast and Midwest.

Justin Helm 10pm
Justin Boone Helm is a Brooklyn based singer song writer. Conjuring a bleary-eyed sense of nostalgia that stands just out of time, Helm’s cooing, spangled odes to a faded youth that’s never quite lost are a meditation on a rural life surrendered to the big city. A misty fog of melancholia pervades his tales of a decadence, adjusting from a ramshackle, dog-eared upbringing in the country to a hardened life in the concrete jungle.

Franky and the Momos 11pm

BBC America presents Dr. Who 50th anniversary Way Station spillover soirée 2pm

Paint Nite painting party 6:30pm-8:30pm
Paint Nite® is a new concept of blending two timeless pastimes, artistic painting and drinking cocktails, as a way to draw patrons into local pubs with a unique opportunity to socialize and be creative. The 2-hour Paint Nite painting parties are held daily with 25+ people in attendance who follow the step-by-step instructions of one master local artist from blank canvas to masterpiece.
Paint Nite® is about making art accessible to people who don’t consider themselves artists or creative in any way. Paint Nite is about fostering a fun, low stress, non-judgmental environment that inspires everyone to enjoy the process of creating something from nothing. We want the anxiety that people may feel about doing something “wrong”, to be displaced by a fun night of socializing with friends and having a relaxing, creative time. For many customers, Paint Nite will be a novel and memorable experience, as many have not touched a paint brush since elementary school.
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