(a little late!)
August 08 at Tillie’s of Brooklyn
248 DeKalb Avenue
Brooklyn NY 11205
Seven Sessions with Nick Noir
7 Summer Sessions will feature the best acoustic talent in NYC showcased at Tillies of Brooklyn in fort Greene during select Friday evenings in August and September 2008. Each evening will be themed and feature several artists’ performances. Planned evenings include: New York Muse; Spoken Word and Song; Political Satire; Alt Percussion; Cupids’ Corner, Love Songs; Jazz/Folk Fusion; and Emerging NYC Poets.
Seating is first come, first serve.
Nick Noir, the host of 7 Summer Sessions, has released over 22 recordings in various genres and on different recording labels. The prolific artist / producer's most recent, released on May 6 2008, is titled The Ultimate Most Relaxing Classical Chill in the Universe, for orchestral samples & synthesizers, on Denon Records/ Savoy. Nick Noir recently completed recording 13 Sonnets (lyrics by W. Shakespeare) set to alternative folk music, available this summer on Dark Celebrity Records and on Itunes. For more information see: www.sevensessions.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chris Norris and Perpetual Motion Machine
High-energy original compositions from progressive jazz band based in Melville, Long Island.
Chris Norris, sax
Andrew Ahr, guitar
Chris Davison, drums
Bob Dzieman, bass
Cover: $5; $3 with student I.D.
The Exposure Project
8/18/08 – 9/20/08
This collective composed of Ben Alper, Anastasia Cazabon, Eric Watts, and Adam Marcinek showcases a diverse array of emerging photography. Since forming in 2005, The Exposure Project has released two self-published books, hosted several exhibitions throughout the greater Boston area and created a online photography blog dedicated to expanding the discourse of contemporary photography. The Exposure Project showcases the work of its members as well as projects from numerous photographers and will release its third self-published book this August in conjunction with the show at Tillie’s. The new issue will include photographs by Ben Alper, Anastasia Cazabon, Lauren Edwards, Kate Emerson, Adam Marcinek, Fran Osborn-Blaschke, Justin James Reed and Eric Watts. In addition, Jörg Colberg (founder and editor of the Conscientious blog) has written an illuminating forward to accompany the photographs.
7 – 9p.m.
Open Mic will be suspended until mid-September.
For more information call Patricia Mulcahy at 718 783-6140 or email@example.com.