Bushwick Book Club:
11:00 AM Phoebe Kreutz
Phoebe Kreutz is a joke folk rocker with sharp lyrics and loose guitar skills. She plays all over the world but mostly in NYC.
11:30 AM Mallory Feuer/ Grasping Straws
Mallory Feuer from The Grasping Straws will perform a song she wrote for Bushwick Book Club in 2017, inspired by the Meat Cake Bible by Dame Darcy.
11:40 Annie McCain Engman & DK Allen
11:55AM Yoko Kikuchi
12:10PM Jim Flynn
Jim Flynn sings and plays harp. He’s cool I guess.
12:25PM Teresa Toro
Teresa takes a storytelling approach to songwriting, and explores the human condition in all its manifestations.
12:40PM The Winter Drinks / Richard Alwyn
A singer-songwriter-impresario with wry, melancholic and cosmopolitain lyrics set to music ranging from folk to punk to pop and a wide range of collaborators.
Instagram: @thewinterdrinks / @thelovehangover
1:00PM John S. Hall
I will sing and play the ukulele
1:20PM Sung Uni Lee
Audience activation and group percussion experience. Call and response beats, movement.
1:35PM Boy Meets Pearl
Vocals, accordion and Chapman Stick, sometimes we call ourselves steam(boat) punk, lately we've been calling ourselves shipwreck cabaret.
1:50PM Susan Hwang
Susan Hwang is the founder of Bushwick Book Club and also a songwriter, singer and musician. She loves playing with Marlon Cherry who is also a songwriter, mutli-instrumentalist and beautiful singer. Susan will play an accordion if she has to and Janggu (Korean drum).
Instagram: @soozee3 / @lusterlit
2:05PM Jim Andralis
Jim Andralis is a singer / songwriter who performs and releases music with his band Jim Andralis & the Syntonics and is a co-host of Grand Ole Pubry at Joe's Pub.
2:30PM Casey Holford
Casey Holford is a producer and composer living in Kensington Brooklyn with his rock star wife and cute baby daughter.
2:35PM T Spoon Phillips, Henry Tenney & Highland Shatners
Scottish Bluegrass with a bit of prog
3:00PM Doug Linse
Doug Linse is an "aggressive pop" songwriter based in Brooklyn, NY who has been described as "singer cool guy funny". He's also bassist for Clinical Trials and guitarist for Duckspeak.
3:15PM Ray Brown
Ray is from Tallahassee, FL and has been writing songs and performing since 2010. His debut album, CANYON, was released in August, 2012. The East Village arts quarterly, BOOG CITY describes his songs as "funny and tragic at the same time" and The New Yorker dubbed him "a solid songwriter"
3:30PM Charlie Nieland
Known 4 blending post punk, dream pop & progressive rock, NYC-based producer, indie music veteran Charlie Nieland’s latest album is called Divisions.
4:00PM Don Rauf
Don Rauf leads NYC band Life in a Blender, the canvas for his blackly comic landscapes. The group has released six albums ranging from screaming punk to orchestrated chamber pop
4:30PM Jason Trachtenburg
Jason Trachtenburg is a Brooklyn based songwriter who specializes in comedy love songs, political satire songs, and songs on the human condition. He also composes original songs for Frank Sinatra styled Big Bands and has a new cassette of children's songs based on a pigeon named Frankie called, "Frankie: Waiting in the Wings." Jason has completed two full musicals including "Me and Lee - The Musical" based on the true life story of Judyth Vary Baker, a living witness to the mechanisms behind the assassination of J.F.K.