Saturday, November 9, 2019
Jackson Heights Queens, New York
Andrew V. Craig, D.K. and the Joy Machine and The Mangfather Bob Katz
35-57 77th Street (at 37th Ave.), Jackson Heights Queens, New York 11372 Usa
Bob Katz (“You never know what he’ll do next”) — known for his genre-bending shows, raucous lyrics, and love of a certain tropical fruit — surprises again with his new self-produced alt-hip-hop album CAUGHT IN A BUTT SANDWICH, complete with his new identity: THE MANGFATHER BOB KATZ. Released in September 2016, the album made the list of AJ.MP3’s Top Albums of 2016 at A.J. Radio on The WIRE (wire.wit.edu Wentworth Internet Radio + Entertainment). Video for the title track of CAUGHT IN A BUTT SANDWICH has already become a viral sensation and made The Best Video list (New Lahore Videos), and the album is already being featured and played on major radio stations all over the world including BCB 106.6FM, WFCS, WPKN, WESU, WFMU, WMPG, WNCM, WPCR, WCDB, WRHO, WTUL (Top New Album), KALX, KJAG RADIO, KUNM, REDMP3, THE SOCC (Song of the Day), Celtica Radio, Songshooter.com (Song of the Day), Vancouver Co-op Radio, and WIRE, and getting great reviews on music magazines such as OrcaSound, The Modern Folk Music of America, and Makin’ It Magazine.
DK and the Joy Machine brings you innovative music on mountain dulcimer to move your soul. Her new album, SHY ONE, has been described by Curve magazine "as quirky and smart with sultry vocals " and AltCountry Forum as "anti-folk and rootsy Americana...that directly touches the heart and convinces in pure beauty with traces of the deep south and an expressive voice reminiscent of Patti Smith with an obvious kinship with PJ Harvey, Indigo Girls, and Lucinda Williams.”
Andrew V. Craig....Pseudo Jazz, Brazilian Bossa Nova , Pop, Folk. Andrew has performed outdoors in Greenwich Village as part of Make Music NY and TimeOut magazine, with Pete Seeger at the Beacon water front and opened for Rod MacDonald at the Uptown Coffee House. Review of his cd -"I found in it qualities that could be expressed easily with the metaphor of a dessert wine or perhaps more accurately an espresso. The defining characteristics of espresso include a thick consistency and a serving size that is usually measured in shots. It is both complex and volatile. This beautiful little CD possesses all of these traits and then some. It is warm. It is cozy. It satisfies the sweet tooth of the soul."— Rick Rock - Director/Founder - Tribes Hill