John Lennon 78th Birthday Celebration: Featuring: Sean Yox / The Streamers, Emily Cavanagh, Aaron Tulloch, Adam Bernstein

John Lennon 78th Birthday Celebration: Featuring: Sean Yox / The Streamers, Emily Cavanagh, Aaron Tulloch, Adam Bernstein

Mon - October 15, 2018

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Pianos - Showroom

$10.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Sean Yox / The Streamers - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
Sean Yox / The Streamers
Sean Yox -The Streamers make a good bridge between the New York garage punk of the '70s/'80s and the hip garage band scene of today. Rocking out with all the abandon of the rock personalities of yesterday but frequently holding to the idealism and optimism of today's left leaning bands, The Streamers have an infectious enthusiastic approach to music that will have even the most cynical dancing around the room.
Sean recently toured Europe for 11 months and band is getting out with new album. Listen to new Single " Angela" ANGELA
Emily Cavanagh - (Set time: 9:40 PM)
Emily Cavanagh
Music as a means of healing is an idea that permeates and informs most of Emily Cavanagh’s life. A working musician in New York City, Cavanagh has recorded four records to date, and played with some of the city’s finest musicians. Cavanagh, a graduate of New York University, has spent nearly ten years combining two passions-music and service- playing music, while helping underserved and homeless find their voice through the arts.



Cavanagh —born to a large Irish American family in Chicago, and living amongst the doers and dreamers of NYC — has an ebullient vocal style influenced by the singers of the forty’s and fifty’s, while maintaining a great pop sensibility. Cavanagh, an independent artist, is a published songwriter, and regular performer in cities like NYC, Chicago, Nashville and Dublin.



Cavanagh’s latest EP, "Paper Moon," written entirely in Ireland and produced by grammy nominated Leo Sidran was released to acclaim in late 2017 both in the states and abroad, and plays on major music platforms like Spotify, Pandora, Tidal, Apple Music, and Dublin Radio. Her prior full length record, Keep It With Mine, (also produced by Sidran) features all original songs in collaboration with jazz guitarist & pianist Jeremy Zmuda and Nir Sadovnik. USA Today tweeted about that project calling the record “a little gem.” Her live covers project, "Bootlegs from the Continental" was released in early 2018. This record features some of her favorite musicians, capturing original spins on timeless classics.



Since the release of her first full length record, Cavanagh has found success playing notable venues like NYC’s Rockwood Music Hall, Blue Note, Chicago’s Schubas, LA’s Hotel Cafe, Nashville’s The Basement, and Dublin’s Whelans to sold out crowds. She often plays abroad in Ireland alongside acts like multi-platinum selling Irish singer/songwriters, Paddy Casey and Mundy. She has provided back up vocals for musicians like James Apollo (in his opening act for Lord Huron) and written for international acts like the band, Neeskens.


In 2017, the instrumental of Emily's song "Treehouse" was featured in the trailer for Woody Harrelson's film "Wilson," a Fox Searchlight Picture. Her music can be heard in indie soundtracks & record shops, NY Tech events, and Garance Dore’s video "Can Anybody be a Photographer." Her song “Dark was the Night” has been highlighted as a song honoring Rwandan Genocide survivors, and has played at The United Nations, Georgetown University, and The Jewish Museum of Heritage. Her story has been featured in publications like The Guardian, AXS, American Songwriter, The Regional, Blindfold Magazine, Medium, Ditty TV, Joe Rooney, and Little Things.



In addition to music, Cavanagh continues to work freelance for arts non-profits where she lends her voice to causes close to heart such as Musical Director, Mary Mitchell Campbell’s “Artists Striving to End Poverty," working alongside other artists to bring music to youth living in poverty in places like South Africa. Cavanagh remains passionate about using music to help people find their voice while sharing her own with all of us.

All music available on Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, Pandora, and other streaming sites
Aaron Tulloch - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Adam Bernstein - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Adam Bernstein
Adam writes, produces and performs his own music and is active freelance bassist in NYC. His music has been featured in the hit TV series "Degrassi", "Heartland" and the films "Abduction" and "Wet Behind the Ears". His scores for Noah Fischers' Manifesto Currency series (narrated by Peter Coyote) has been featured on CNN.

An accomplished composer, arranger as well as bassist, Adam led the successful folk/rock/klezmer/funk 14-piece big band All God's Children for six years. The Aquarian Weekly (NJ) named Adam "Best Bassist" and the band "Best Band" in 1993. He later performed and/or recorded with a wide range of talented musicians and dancers, including Levon Helm, Jonathan Coulton, Joan Osbourne, Julie Klausner, Jim Boggia, John Roderick, Marty Beller, Mary McBride, Loser's Lounge, Perry Robinson, Walter Perkins, Ethel (string quartet), Teocinte (from El Salvador), Jack Hardy, Claire Daly, The Angstones, Solar, David Driver, Sean Altman and Jennifer Muller/The Works. In 1990 Adam toured Japan with Hilario Soto's Higher Culture, and in 1993 studied percussion at the Escuela Nacional De Danzaq Moderna Y Folklorica in Havana, Cuba.

Adam has released nine solo albums of original material since 2001. Varying from singer-songwriter pop, more hard edged rock music and songs/scored works from the Grown Ass Men podcast; Adam shows a wide array of musical pallets within he works in. Adam has also a released an EP of protest music as a statement against our current regime. A who’s who’s on the NYC music scene have appeared on these records including Marty Beller, Jim Boggia, Jonathan Coulton, Jack Petruzzelli, Paul Carbonara, Peter Kiesewalter, Clauda Chopek and Eleanor Norton.

Adam's new podcast with writer/actor Doug Bost "Grown Ass Men" can be found on iTunes.
Venue Information:
Pianos - Showroom
158 Ludlow Street
New York, NY, 10002
http://www.pianosnyc.com/