Curated by Roman Game and Bob Gaulke
8.30 Kerry Kennedy and Roman Game http://www.youtube.com/romangame
9.00 pm Daniel Harnett http://www.facebook.com/daniel.harnett.31
9.30 pm Kevin Cerovich http://www.myspace.com/kevincerovichmusic
10.00 pm Bob Gaulke http://soundcloud.com/bobgaulke
10.30 pm Ethan Kray http://ethankray.vaesite.com/
11.00 pm Steerhenge http://www.steerhenge.com/
8.30 Kerry Kennedy and Roman Game
From her punky days in the unforgettable Blue Sparks to her dark folky Patti Smith days, Kerry Kennedy has never lost her unique skill to strip a song to its core, rid it of all fake and present it in all its honest fragility. Roman Game is a writer and singer from Switzerland who chronicles life in New York in songs. Kerry and Roman have been performing together on and off for over ten years and will play a few of their own favorites from the past decade.
9.00 pm Daniel Harnett
Daniel Harnett started playing out in the late 80's and has since brought his songs to almost every club in town, from Irving Plaza to Pete's Candy Store and back. Now, he's taking the Delancey.
Daniel's songs have aired on WNYC and WFMU, most recently on Irwin Chusid's show.
9.30 pm Kevin Cerovich
Hailing from Kansas City, Cerovich always brings an intense dose of the soulful blues and spirit of his hometown to any setting. His debut release, "The Last Spring" highlights the young musician's composition skills and met much critical acclaim. A true Renaissance man, Kevin Cerovich can be seen and heard anywhere from a stage in Europe in front of thousands to a Sony Pictures soundtrack to a cozy jazz club in lower Manhattan. As a drummer Cerovich has toured the world with various artists, namely piano iconoclast ELEW (aka Eric Lewis) and French music superstar Charlelie Couture. As a trombonist, Cerovich has won numerous awards and accolades including the 2007 International Trombone Association's JJ Johnson Jazz Competition and the Eastern Trombone Workshop's Solo Jazz Competition.
10.00 pm Bob Gaulke
Bob Gaulke will try to get your attention with his wordy tunes that owe much to Chanson, Mpb, and Troubadour traditions as embraced by Jacques Dutronc, Caetano Veloso, or Ray Davies. Expect songs with lots of major seventh and ninth chords delivered with breathiness.
10.30 pm Ethan Kray
Hailing from Iowa and rocking in Brooklyn, Ethan Kray is the music scene’s newest fascination. His sound – edgy, melodic and visceral – evokes a variety of emotion in the listener. Ethan’s dynamic vocal range powers a body of work spanning from in-your-face rock anthems to melodious love songs. Ethan Kray is a genre all his own – something new, yet familiar that is altogether captivating.
11.00 pm Steerhenge
Have you ever thought that your soul might also be occupying the resurrected body of a bovine-human being running through the streets of your city or town? No? Well, a good whiskey can help you feel that way. So can the soothing sounds of Steerhenge. The appeal of this music is cross-generational; your great aunt can tap her foot to it while the young ones run circles around her, giving you a chance to mingle with your cousin's soon-to-be-ex-whatever. But make no mistake, this is not music for your dreaded family reunion at the Franklin, TN Ramada. This is the stuff you want to hear when you joyfully reunite with your loved ones anywhere here on earth and yes, perhaps even in the afterlife. Have a listen and dare say we're wrong!