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Bushwick Book Club:
11:00AM Opening Ritual with Spiritchild:
11:10AM Phoebe Kreutz:
Phoebe Kreutz sings serious songs about silly things and silly songs about serious things.
11:30AM Matt Colbourne:
11:50AM Casey Holford:
Quiet indie rock about life & death & memory & time & books.
12:10PM Katy Pinke and Mike Gebhart:
12:30PM Henry Tenney and The Highland Shatners:
Henry is a semi-regular face at the BBC, and can also be seen with his bands The Highland Shatners, Jackson Pinks, The Cheese Beads and a couple others. He relies on his BBC and Shatners peeps (and his daughter sometimes) to help with the music parts of the songs..
12:50PM Carrie Beehan and Joff Wilson:
Carrie Beehan’s creative style combines music, paint, performance, and video, and was developed through her extensive training in the arts in AU, UK and Germany. Carrie Beehan's latest 2022 EP, "The Cold Spring Files," was produced by veteran glam/punk rocker Venus De Mars.
1:10PM Susan Hwang:
SUSAN HWANG is a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has toured internationally performing music and theater. She is the founder and director of The Bushwick Book Club ––an international musical/literary crossover event and podcast. Lusterlit is her musical duo with songwriter/producer Charlie Nieland, and they refuse to play anything but songs about books. Susan plays accordions because they are pretty and lighter than pianos (barely). She plays drums because it's healthy for a girl to hit things.
1:30PM Charlie Nieland:
Musician/producer Charlie Nieland makes cinematic music in a variety of settings, incl. the duo Lusterlit, Bushwick Book Club and as a solo performer.
1:50PM Troy Ogilvie, Malena Dayen, and David Rosenmeyer:
Troy, Malena, and David will performing material inspired by the short story The Merman from "Mouthful of Birds" by Samanta Schweblin.
2:10PM Juliet Garrett:
Juliet Garrett is a singer and songwriter currently at work on her first album. You can find her at Rockwood Music Hall on the first Tuesday of every month.
2:50PM Don Rauf:
For over 25 years, Life in a Blender has been the canvas for singer and songwriter Don Rauf's blackly comic landscapes. The group has released albums ranging from screaming punk to orchestrated chamber pop, and has brought the high theatrics of its live act to stages from Berlin to Austin to Toronto to Brooklyn and Seattle.
3:10PM Lianne Smith:
Appearing with the songwriter collective, Bushwick Book Club. We write songs inspired by books.
3:30PM Anni Rossi:
3:50PM Risa Mickenberg:
4:10PM Chris Rael:
Chris leads the band Church of Betty and also writes song cycles about literature, so Bushwick Book Club is right up his alley.
4:30PM Stephanie Larrierre:
4:45PM Closing Ritual with Spiritchild:
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