When:Wednesday May 19, 2010
The Marlin Room
125 East 11th Street
btw 3rd and 4th Ave
Lach presents five acts for five bucks every Wednesday night at The Marlin Room at Webster Hall. Tonight Babes & Flowers will be performing live in concert.
Original Music Written by Luigi Babe Scorcia & Hillary Flowers
DA SKUFFZ band members performing Wednesday Night include:
Hillary Flowers (Vocals)
Lugi Babe Scorcia (Guitar)
Engilsh Bob (Washboard Percussion)
Matt Marando (Bass)
Suzanne Mitchell (Violin)
Danny Ray (Saxophone)
Jessica Hipnotica (Caberet Dancer)
Kara Kerrara (Caberet Dancer)
Brooklyn Baby Doll (Burlesque Dancer)
This will be an entertaining concert that you don’t want to miss…
Doors are at 7pm for ages 18+, (21+ to drink) Five dollar admission, two drink minimum and your third drink is on the house.
$3 Pabst Blue Ribbon/$3 whiskey
You can say you are there for Hillary Flowers at the door- $5 for all guests…
Wednesday May 19th: Da Skufz, Lach in ‘The Day I Went Insane’, Hamell on Trial, Toby Goodshank, Barry Bliss
7:30- Barry Bliss – Barry Bliss is a 44 year old singer/songwriter that lives in NYC. He has opened for such acts as Diane Cluck, Jeff Lewis and The Moldy Peaches, all at their request. He was also included on Rough Trade’s Antifolk Vol. 1 compilation CD.
8-Toby Goodshank – The soft-spoken, enigmatic Goodshank made his high-profile debut playing acoustic guitar in The Moldy Peaches (Rough Trade Records, now featured on the Juno Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Rhino Records, #1 album on the Billboard Top 200). Once that band began its indefinite hiatus, Goodshank kicked his solo career into overdrive, pumping out albums and touring Europe twice with the likes of Jeffrey Lewis (Rough Trade) and fellow Moldy Peach Kimya Dawson (K Records). In a relatively short amount of time, Toby Goodshank has become a crucial voice in the underground NYC music scene.
9- Hamell on Trial – Hamell on Trial is a one-man punk band—and by punk we mean (mostly) loud, fast music informed by politics, passion, energy and intelligence, played by a guy with a sharp tongue and a wicked sense of humor. Signed to Ani Difranco’s Righteous Babe Records, Hamell is a tornado in concert and not to be missed.”Lenny Bruce meets the Ramones”- Austin Chronicle
10- Lach in ‘The Day I Went Insane’ – Lach will be headlining the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August and tonight will be previewing the one-man show he will be bringing there. “Think battered acoustic thrashings, think sarky, smart-mouthed wit and wisdom but most importantly think Lach. Lach is rarely less than a face-ache funny, beat-punk-unplugged joy, and likely to send you home with several favourite new songs”- The Guardian UK
11-Da Skufz- Hillary Flowers fronts this group that seem like they came out of a 1920’s speakeasy drawn by Tex Avery. Da Skufz also feature Luigi Babe on guitar and Washboard Bob on, well, washboard; as well as a tag-along group of strippers, card players, saxophonists and other assorted riff-raff. Not to be missed! Da Skufz were the first act to be asked back to Lach Presents at The Marlin Room because they were just that good!