When: July 12, 3:00pm
Time: 8 PM
Where: Freddy’s Bar
627 5th Ave
Brooklyn NY 11215
Cost: Free (More Information Here)
The Movie Show, an interactive game for movie lovers, a Japanese butoh dancer, plus an eclectic line-up of music are all at Freddy’s for a summer Saturday night. All events are FREE!
Brooklyn, NY – Freddy’s Bar knows how to combine eclectic talent. On July 12, all will have the opportunity to participate at The Movie Show. Act out favorite scenes and look funny. Nobody will care and it looks to be fun for all. Then listen to the eclectic beats of Eliza and The Organix. Enthusiasts of funk/blues/soul and Japanese butoh dancing will also have their fill, so it is proving to be a night almost anyone can find something to wet their whistle.
Of course, there are the same amenities always offered by the Brooklyn-home cooked, foot stompin’, accommodating bar and music venue that is Freddy’s. There’s so much to offer, you may feel like you are at a resort. Any kind of drink is available. The kitchen serves up a great selection of bar treats plus healthy eats. You can also watch video montages created by owner Donald O’Finn, or an endless loop of a cat drinking milk – at least we assume it’s milk.
So here is the lineup for the day and night. Come by and drink, mingle, and be entertained.
5:00pm to 7:00pm – The Movie Show: Hosted by Rosie Rebel. An interactive game where anyone can act out their favorite movie scenes with like-minded fanatics.
9:00pm – Eliza and The Organix: An eclectic mix of jazz, rock, and cabaret with hints of no-wave late 70s, early 1980s. Led by singer-songwriter/guitarist Eliza Waldman, the group integrates madness and irony, providing on off-beat, crazy, and intense vibe that is also fun and inspiring. Features Erik Snow on drums and percussion, Kristen Tivey on alto sax, and Vanora Estridge on keys and piano.
10:00pm – The Irresponsibles: Funk and blues infused with Brooklyn soul. Led by two powerhouse female vocalists, the group is backed by a seven-piece band, including dual guitars and organ. Performance is highlighted by classic Motown beats and electric dance grooves.
12:00am – MICHIRU INOUE: A Japanese butoh dancer, backed by Ken Ya Kawaguchi on shakuhachi flute, G.L. Diana on laptop and percussion, and Tamio Siraishi on sax.
For more information on the night and other free nightly events, go to the Freddy’s website atwww.freddysbar.com.