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    Thu
    05
    Jan
    2017

    Ben Goldberg's Invisible Guy // Chris Cochrane with special guest Marc Ribot Jan 5

    cc-by-jeremy-amar_n  After a busy year of playing in numerous projects, some of which were Collapsible Shoulder, Marc Ribot's Young Philadephians, BEE LINE with Billy Martin and Kato Hideki and a new trio with Gordon Beeferman and Kevin Shea, Chris Cochrane will settle in at the Owl for a night of performing his songs, solo and with Special Guest Marc Ribot.

    Fri
    06
    Jan
    2017

    Jenna Nicholls , Jason Harrod and Larry Gallagher Jan 6

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

    Bringing her original songwriting with flashes of the 1920's / 1930s jazz age, Jenna performs her latest works from her forthcoming release.

    Jason Harrod's songs are cinematic travelogues, filled with quirky narrative detail and propelled by a honey-dipped tenor. He lives in Brooklyn and has been performing for over 20 years


    Sat
    07
    Jan
    2017

    Syrian Refugee Benefit Jan 7

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

    with Haleh Liza, Juliet Rabia Gentile, Adam Maalouf, Oren Bloedow, Brittany Anjou and Zafer Tawil and More!


    Sun
    08
    Jan
    2017

    CANCELED FOR SNOW Open Ground: Amino Belyamani & INGA Jan 8

    SORRY DUE TO SNOW THE FLIGHT FROM LA IS CANCELED> PLEASE WATCH CALENDAR for rescheduled dates.

    Open Ground Presents Amino Belyamani - piano 


    Born and raised in Casablanca, Morocco, Amino has been based in New York since 2009. Amino’s music reflects the diversity of his influences - complex african rhythms, arabic melodies, western classical music, jazz and electro-acoustic music. One can witness this richness in the various ensembles Amino leads and co-leads in New York - the critically acclaimed Dawn of Midi, the microtonal and hypnotic SSAHHA, the traditional Ewe ensemble from Ghana - Bedstuy Ewe, and the traditional gnawa music ensemble - Innov Gnawa. Amino has performed with world renowned artists such as Albert "Tootie" heath, Charlie Haden, Alfred Ladzekpo, Houman Pourmehdi, Hamid el Kasri, Hassan Hakmoun, Dimi Mint Abba, and many others.

    INGA
    Sam Gendel - guitar/voice/saxophone
    Richard Sears - piano
    Shahzad Ismaily - bass
    Craig Weinrib - drums
     


    https://iinnggaa.bandcamp.com/

    Doors @ 7:30 | $10 donation
     

    Wed
    11
    Jan
    2017

    School of Tristano with Eric Rasmussen, Nate Radley, Dave Ambrosio & Matt Wilson








    Thu
    12
    Jan
    2017

    GAVAGAI feat. Justin Boening, Beth Lisick 1/12/2017

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

    Screen Shot 2016-08-13 at 7.55.08 PMGAVAGAI is a monthly performance series curated and hosted by poet Danielle Blau that brings you poetry and fiction readings scored with original live music by composer-improviser-pianist David Cieri and composer-improviser-bassistMike Brown, with other skilled improvisers (horn-players, cellists, violinists, vocalists, who knows?) often dropping in onstage as surprise guest-musicians. 

    About the Curators (whose recent collaboration at Carnegie Hall can be seen here):

    David Cieri is a true artist. Fearless on the piano, a combination of virtuosity, sensitivity and curiosity, he is constantly discovering new ways to express complex emotions through music that has served as the backbone of our films.  - Ken Burns

    This is real music, not trapped by boxes, definitions and genres, but creating its own style. Cieri delivers beautiful moods…honest, imaginative, fearless.  - John Zorn

    David Cieri began playing the violin at the age of three, but switched to the piano at the ripe old age of six. He has studied with members of the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra and with ECM recording artist Art Lande, and he has performed his original compositions at such venues as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Cieri’s film-scoring work includes Ken Burns’ The Vietnam War (with Trent Reznor and Yo-Yo Ma, Florentine Films, in post-production), The Roosevelts: An Intimate History (Florentine Films, 2014), The Address (Florentine Films, 2014), Prohibition (with Wynton Marsalis, Florentine Films, 2011), Baseball: The Tenth Inning (Florentine Films, 2010) and the Emmy-winning National Parks (Florentine Films, 2008), Barak Goodman’s Emmy-nominated The Emperor of All Maladies (Ark Media, 2015), and a short directed by George Lucas for The Academy of Arts and Sciences called “The Heart of the Matter” (2014). His original score for Raymond De Felitta's Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story was listed for an Oscar nomination in 2013.

    Danielle Blau’s Rhyme and Reason: Poets and Philosophers on the Questions that Matter is forthcoming from W.W. Norton. She won first place for her poetry in the 2015 multi-genre Narrative 30 Below Contest, and her chapbook mere eye was selected for a Poetry Society of America Chapbook Award and published in 2013 with an introduction by D.A. Powell. Blau's poems, short stories, articles, and interviews have also appeared and are forthcoming in such publications as The Atlantic online, The BafflerBlack ClockThe Harvard ReviewThe Literary ReviewNarrative Magazine, The New Yorker’s book blog, The Paris ReviewPloughshares, The Saint Ann’s Review, The Wolf, and the Argos Books poetry anthology Why I Am Not a Painter. A graduate of Brown University with an honors degree in philosophy, and of NYU with an MFA in poetry, she teaches at the City University of  New York. 

    This Month's Guests:Justin BoeningBeth Lisick

     

    Fri
    13
    Jan
    2017

    Lacy Rose, Colin Fullerton and Alaina J. Ferris Jan 13

    7:30 doors $10 suggested donation

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    Join Lacy Rose, a classically trained vocalist, composer, and performer who regales listeners with tales of magic, myth, tragic, and eternal love, for a special concert at The Owl. This performance will feature works from her newly composed song cycle "Songs of Remembering and Forgetting" as well as an introductory performance of musical serenades by Colin Fullerton on classical guitar.
     
     
     
     
    When he first heard Neil Young’s “Rockin’ In The Free World” at the age of four, Colin Fullerton knew he would be a guitarist. Since taking up the instrument at six, he has received numerous accolades as a classical musician and performed throughout the United States and Southern Europe. The son of an actor, his playing is characterized by a heightened sense of drama and narrative, and he communicates through his guitar with a striking rhetorical sincerity. With his recent move to Brooklyn, Colin is revisiting his root inspirations through two innovative, popularly-influenced collaborations with his friends Lacy Rose and Ryan Dodge.
     
     

     

    Alaina J. Ferris
     
     

    Sat
    14
    Jan
    2017

    Ann Gillespie's 'Peggy Sue’s of Walnut' / Dear Georgiana Jan 14

    6:30 doors $10 suggested donation


    Ann Gillespie is a playwright and performer who lives in Brooklyn, New York. Ann’s darkly comedic and nuanced writing for theater and film emphasizes movement, ambiguous moral dilemmas, and strong female characters. Plays include "Crossing" (voted best in show, From The Hip Theatre festival), “B in Oblivion” (commissioned by The Krane Theatre), “Terminal Moraine” (commissioned by Lost Girls Theatre Company), “Validating the Shit out of Each Other” (MicroTheatre Miami) and “Choreographing a Rape Scene to go into a Feminist Play” (workshopped at Florida International University Alternative Theatre Festival 2016, short-listed by the Eugene O’Neill Festival; staged readings at GableStage Theatre for South Florida Theatre League and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art) Ms. Gillespie’s short play "BENCH" was performed at the Jay Sharp Theater in the Playwrights Horizons building as part of the Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival 2014. That same year, Ann also performed in an original play she wrote, “Was it Love or Just Dancing” produced at the RADA Festival in London. In 2015 Ann went back to the RADA Festival for a staged reading of her play “Bunnies Inside Her,” performed by Whistlestop Theatre. The company revived their performance of this full-length again in London in October 2015 in The Bloomsbury Festival.

    www.anngillespieplaywright.com

    Born in Alabama but having spent the last ten years in New York, Lauren Balthrop identifies as a New Yorker. Her new collection of songs is deeply personal and introspective and is largely influenced by the songwriting of Carole King.

    Lauren has played in bands such as Balthrop, Alabama, Elizabeth & the Catapult, The Bandana Splits, and Ximena Sariñana. In the last few years, she has been a backing vocalist for Bob Weir, Kevin Morby, Benjamin Booker, Lucius and Sara Bareilles. She is also the director of the Brooklyn ladies choir, Sirens of Brooklyn. When she's not performing or writing, she spends most afternoons as a music educator teaching kids guitar, ukulele, piano and the art of songwriting.


    Thu
    19
    Jan
    2017

    Ned Rothenberg' In Cahoots' CD release// Dolunay and Sharq Attack Jan 19

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

    In Cahoots is
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    Mark Feldman-Violin
    Sylvie Courvoisier - piano
     
     
    DOLUNAY plays an array of original compositions alongside renditions of Turkish and Rumeli standards.  The music of Dolunay (Turkish for “full moon”) infuses classic and contemporary traditions with an urban grit that can only be found in New York City’s confluence of musical and cultural forces. 
     
    SHARQ ATTACK is a Brooklyn based ensemble playing original music composed by oudist Brian Prunka, as well as traditional favorites from the Middle East. With Marandi Hostetter, 5 string violin; Brian Prunka, oud; John Murchison, double bass and Philip Mayer, percussion.

    Fri
    20
    Jan
    2017

    Night of the Long Knives w/ Jeremiah Cymerman, Ed Pastorini, Oren Bloedow, Simon Hanes and more Jan 20

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation


    Sat
    21
    Jan
    2017

    Michael Leonhart & Mauro Refosco  Jan 21

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

     


    Sun
    22
    Jan
    2017

    Open Ground: Jan 22

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

    Open Ground Presents:
     
    Manuel Schmiedel Trio | Ari Chersky Trio + strings
     
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    Manuel grew up in southern Germany and moved to Berlin at age 19 to fully immerse himself into its exceptionally diverse and vital music scene. He became one of Berlin’s most sought after pianists and has performed extensively at jazz clubs and festivals all over Europe, South America and the United States. As part of the Open Ground Series at The Owl, Manuel will be making his NYC trio debut.
     
    Manuel Schmiedel - piano
    Rick Rosato - bass
    Craig Weinrib - drums
     
    Ari Chersky is a Brooklyn based Guitarist/Composer. With the addition of Viola and Cello to his trio, his "string band" further explores his interests in American improvised music, western imagery, and escapism in it's many forms.

    Ari Chersky - Guitar
    Joanna Mattrey - Viola
    Christopher Hoffman - Cello
    Ross Gallagher - Bass
    Craig Weinrib - Drums
     
     

    Thu
    26
    Jan
    2017

    Rema Hasumi "Billows Of Blue" CD Release Jan 26

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

    rema9Rema Hasumi - piano/voice
    Masa Kamaguchi - bass
    Randy Peterson - drums

    "Billows of Blue" was recorded in June 2016, after a year of searching for her own sound, in the free-leaning jazz piano trio with the added presence of the voice.  With a series of compositions Rema wrote for this project, the meeting of the music with the trio was natural and convincing, in the hands of master improvisers Masa Kamaguchi and Randy Peterson. The record will be the fourth release of the new Brooklyn-based record label, Ruweh Records.

    Born and raised in Fukuoka, Japan, Rema Hasumi is an experimental pianist, vocalist, producer and writer now based in Brooklyn.Improvisation, the presence of poetry and automatism are the essential parts of her performances.

    Influenced by a somewhat esoteric line-up of pianists, such as Alice Coltrane, Sun Ra, Masabumi Kikuchi, Annette Peacock and Cecil Taylor, Rema performs with her unique expression of harmony and phrasings, yet with clear references to the rich tradition of Jazz. 

    Her debut record, "UTAZATA" was released in 2015. In the album, she performed with Todd Neufeld, Thomas Morgan, Billy Mintz, Ben Gerstein and Sergio Krakowski, featuring improvisational interpretations of Japanese traditional, ritual, and gagaku songs.

    "Utazata is an intimate, delicate, austere and very personal work. In it, Rema Hasumi - without grand gestures nor pompous declamations - expresses enormous respect for her history, her culture and its roots." -Sergio Piccirilli for El Intruso


    Fri
    27
    Jan
    2017

    Mary Halvorson's Reverse Blue Jan 27

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

    with Chris Speed- saxophones and clarinet; Eivind Opsvik- bass and Tomas Fujiwara- drums


    Sat
    28
    Jan
    2017

    靡靡之音 featuring Oren Bloedow, Ross Gallagher and Sam Levin Jan 28

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

      Mi Mi Zhi Yin is a new improvising band featuring Oren Bloedow, Ross Gallagher and Sam Levin


    Thu
    02
    Feb
    2017

    Elliott Sharp and Doug Wieselman solos&duo Feb 2

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

    E# will present electroacoustic improvisations with guitar and electronics including music from Momentum Anomaly
     
    Doug Wieselman will be playing his solo clarinet project “From Water”,
    compositions based on what he has heard from bodies of water, incorporating live looping. 
    He has worked with many artists including Anohni, John Lurie, Laurie Anderson, Lou Reed,
    CocoRosie, Steven Bernstein, Anthony Coleman and Martha Wainwright. 
     

    Fri
    03
    Feb
    2017

    Julian Cubillos and Evan Vidar Feb 3

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation


    Sat
    04
    Feb
    2017

    靡靡之音 featuring Oren Bloedow, Ross Gallagher and Sam Levin Feb 4

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

      Mi Mi Zhi Yin is a new improvising band featuring Oren Bloedow, Ross Gallagher and Sam Levin


    Sun
    05
    Feb
    2017

    Open Ground: Lisanne Tremblay's Ecdyses & SiSiSiSi Feb 5

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

    Open Ground Presents: Lisanne Tremblay's Ecdyses & SiSiSiSi
     

    8pm
    Lisanne Tremblay's Ecdyses
    LT - violin | Liberty Ellman - guitar | Gerald Cleaver - drums

    9pm
    SiSiSiSi
    Caleb Curtis Wheeler - alto saxophone
    Caroline Davis - alto saxophone
    Curtis Macdonald - alto saxophone
    Charlotte Greve - alto and baritone saxophone

    $10 donation

    Described as an “imaginative and agile Québécoise violinist” by JazzTimes, New York-based Lisanne Tremblay has shared the stage with outstanding artists such as Greg Osby, Danilo Pérez, Devin Gray, and many others. Pioneering the rare feld of modern jazz violin, she is an instructor at McGill University and a recipient of several artistic grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec. Tremblay's distinctive approach captured the attention of many through her debut album "Violinization," which was released in 2015 on Greg Osby’s Inner Circle Music label.

    SiSiSiSi is a quartet made up of alto saxophonists Caleb Curtis, Caroline Davis, Charlotte Greve, and Curtis MacDonald, performing both original music and pieces by Messiaen and Schumann. 

    Saxophonist Caleb Curtis was born and raised in Ann Arbor, MI to parents that valued creativity and happiness. His strong and flexible sound has made him an in-demand sideman for many groups including the Captain Black Big Band and the George Gee Swing Orchestra. A founder of the Brooklyn quartet Walking Distance, Caleb plays with commitment in each musical situation. He is a lifelong vegetarian and a graduate of William Paterson University and Michigan State University.

    Curtis Macdonald is a saxophonist, composer and producer who has received several commissions to score modern dance and ballet worldwide. Curtis has released three albums as a bandleader, Community Immunity (2011), Twice Through The Wall (2013), and most recently, Scotobiology—the study of darkness, which is inspired by the effects of artificial light on living beings.

    Caroline Davis, originally born to Swedish-British parents in Singapore, now resides in New York. Her distinct sound and energy has brought her to many outfits as a side-woman, including the Billy Kaye Ensemble, Materials and Their Destiny, Pedway, and Orso. Her original music has been featured on her own quintet, Whirlpool, and Maitri records.

    Charlotte Greve is a New York-based alto saxophonist and composer originally from Germany. With a unique concept of tone and composition, she is making a mark on both the Brooklyn and German jazz scenes. As a bandleader and composer Charlotte has released 5 albums under her own name - 4 of them with the Lisbeth Quartet and one with her Brooklyn based band Wood River.


    Fri
    10
    Feb
    2017

    Ray Rizzo Presents: Tyrone Cotton, Steve Sallett and Julia Patinella Feb 10

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation


    Sat
    11
    Feb
    2017

    Chocolate Genius Feb 11

    7:30 Doors $15.00 in adv / $18 at door

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    Thu
    16
    Feb
    2017

    Dana Lyn and Kyle Sanna Feb 16


    Fri
    17
    Feb
    2017

    Joy Askew solo (w/ the La La Las)

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

     

    Joy Askew, former keyboardist and vocalist for Laurie Anderson, Peter Gabriel, Joe Jackson, Jack Bruce, Rodney Crowell and more, is back at The Owl Music Parlor- her favorite venue in Brooklyn! 
    She recently finished her album "Queen Victoria" which features a Big British Brass Band.
    She will be performing Solo and with guests the "La La Las" (Abby Ahmad, Katie Mullins & Elizabeth Ziman), playing songs from Queen Victoria and newer ones. 

     


    Sat
    18
    Feb
    2017

    Jacob Sacks Chamber Quartet Feb 18

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

    Jacob Sacks Chamber Quartet is : Jacob Sacks - piano, Miranda Sielaff - viola, Kristi Helberg - violin, Mike McGinnis - clarinet


    Sun
    19
    Feb
    2017

    Open Ground Feb 19

    7:30 doors /8pm $10 Donation Suggested

    Open Ground Presents:
     
     

    8pm

    Roman Filiu Quartet

    RF - alto saxophone

    Christopher Hoffman - cello

    Martin Nevin - bass

    Craig Weinrib - drums

     

    9pm

    Recabarren - Menares -Vázquez CD Release: Desde la lluvia

    Rodrigo Recabarren - drums

    Pablo Menares - bass

    Yago Vázquez - piano

    Doors: 7:30 | $10 donation

    Roman Filiu

    After graduating from the Higher Institute of Art in Havana, Filiu joined to the well-known band Irakere, lead by Chucho Valdes, from 1997 to 2005. In the 8 years he spent with them, Filiu not only became an experienced and respected musician but also he travelled around the world. In the U.S Irakere performed at the Carnegie Hall and The Chicago Symphony Hall, among other important venues. Filiu has played with other important musicians such as Omara Portuondo, Issac Delgado, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Dafnis Prieto, the Buena Vista Social Club, Henry Threadgill, and David Virelles, among others.

    In 2010 he recorded his album Musae( Dafnison Music) (Best Jazz Album in the Cubadisco International Fair 2013 in Havana, Cuba) in New York, along with outstanding musicians David Virelles, Reinier Elizarde, Marcus Gilmore, Dafnis Prieto and Adam Rogers. Roman Filiu has been praised by the critics both for his soloing abilities as well as his compositions. Nowadays, he is an active performer and composer around the New York City area. His growing interest for the interdisciplinary arts has brought him to reconsider the connections between graphic design, poetry and music, all within the scope of spontaneous composition.

    Recabarren - Menares -Vázquez

    They emigrated to New York at different times in the last decade. In this city the jazz musicians of the planet congregate, attracted by the history, the mystic, the academic formation in the universities and the musical life around the nightclubs. So it was with drummer Rodrigo Recabarren, bassist Pablo Menares and pianist Yago Vázquez, jazz musicians, immigrants and residents. The latter a Spanish musician, while the first two are Chilean. It is a trio of three leaders that is presented then as Recabarren, Menares, Vázquez. And they are the names behind the first disc of contemporary jazz that publishes the stamp CHT Müsik, directed by Christian Hirth. It is titled "Desde la lluvia", was produced by Hirth himself and recorded in sessions at the CHT Studios on May 24 and 25 by engineer Gonzalo González. Originally, the trio Recabarren, Menares and Vasquez emerged as the rhythmic basis of a parallel project of greater reach, also formed in New York and already has two recordings published: Beekman Quartet. In "Desde la lluvia", a disc with a focus on what the specialists call modern mainstream, the influences are diverse, and the authorship shared, although it is the Spanish Yago Vázquez that stars in the repertoire with eight compositions, including the "Prologue "," Interlude "and" Epilogue ". "We wanted this to be a unitary work, from beginning to end, and that is why it is posed as an account with an introduction, and intermediate and an end," says Recabarren.


    Wed
    22
    Feb
    2017

    Gavagai: Angelo Nikolopoulos and Valerie Oisteanu & more Feb 22

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

    Screen Shot 2016-08-13 at 7.55.08 PMGAVAGAI is a monthly performance series curated and hosted by poet Danielle Blau that brings you poetry and fiction readings scored with original live music by composer-improviser-pianist David Cieri and composer-improviser-bassistMike Brown, with other skilled improvisers (horn-players, cellists, violinists, vocalists, who knows?) often dropping in onstage as surprise guest-musicians. 

    About the Curators (whose recent collaboration at Carnegie Hall can be seen here):

    David Cieri is a true artist. Fearless on the piano, a combination of virtuosity, sensitivity and curiosity, he is constantly discovering new ways to express complex emotions through music that has served as the backbone of our films.  - Ken Burns

    This is real music, not trapped by boxes, definitions and genres, but creating its own style. Cieri delivers beautiful moods…honest, imaginative, fearless.  - John Zorn

    David Cieri began playing the violin at the age of three, but switched to the piano at the ripe old age of six. He has studied with members of the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra and with ECM recording artist Art Lande, and he has performed his original compositions at such venues as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Cieri’s film-scoring work includes Ken Burns’ The Vietnam War (with Trent Reznor and Yo-Yo Ma, Florentine Films, in post-production), The Roosevelts: An Intimate History (Florentine Films, 2014), The Address (Florentine Films, 2014), Prohibition (with Wynton Marsalis, Florentine Films, 2011), Baseball: The Tenth Inning (Florentine Films, 2010) and the Emmy-winning National Parks (Florentine Films, 2008), Barak Goodman’s Emmy-nominated The Emperor of All Maladies (Ark Media, 2015), and a short directed by George Lucas for The Academy of Arts and Sciences called “The Heart of the Matter” (2014). His original score for Raymond De Felitta's Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story was listed for an Oscar nomination in 2013.

    Danielle Blau’s Rhyme and Reason: Poets and Philosophers on the Questions that Matter is forthcoming from W.W. Norton. She won first place for her poetry in the 2015 multi-genre Narrative 30 Below Contest, and her chapbook mere eye was selected for a Poetry Society of America Chapbook Award and published in 2013 with an introduction by D.A. Powell. Blau's poems, short stories, articles, and interviews have also appeared and are forthcoming in such publications as The Atlantic online, The BafflerBlack ClockThe Harvard ReviewThe Literary ReviewNarrative Magazine, The New Yorker’s book blog, The Paris ReviewPloughshares, The Saint Ann’s Review, The Wolf, and the Argos Books poetry anthology Why I Am Not a Painter. A graduate of Brown University with an honors degree in philosophy, and of NYU with an MFA in poetry, she teaches at the City University of  New York. 

    This Month's Guests:Angelo Nikolopoulos and Valerie Oisteanu


    Thu
    23
    Feb
    2017

    Evil Hour Evening Reading w/ Lance Scott Walker and more Feb 23

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

    Evil Hour Evening Reading w/ Lance Scott Walker, Anna Godbersen, Donald Nicholson-Smith, Peter Spagnuolo, Joan LeMay, Omar Columbus and Dr. Edward Machtinger


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