Lagos Native, Nneka, talks hip hop, touring, and more in her exclusive interview with World HipHop Market HERE!
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Broken Social Scene's Jason Collett - One night only!
Come catch Jason Collett perform songs from his solo discography! The former member of Canadian indie rock group, Broken Social Scene, has put out several releases of his own and has also performed along side of the Weakerthan and other members of canadian record label, Arts & Crafts.
Jason is coming to Joe's Pub on October 10th, tickets are $15 and you can get them here .
Check out Jason's Video for "I Wanna Rob a Bank".
Tickets still available for CMA Songwriters Series featuring Sunny Sweeney!
Joe's Pub CMA songwriters series continues with East Texas Native Sunny Sweeney on October 25th! Sunny is part of Nashville's own Big Machine Label Group, home to other big names in country music like Taylor Swift, Tim McGraw, and Eli Young Band.
Joe's Pub and the Country Music Association
are proud to announce the continuation of the successful CMA (Country
Music Association) Songwriter Series with some of Nashville's finest
songwriters. Bob DiPiero will return as host. CMA Songwriters Series is
proudly sponsored by American Airlines, ASCAP, BMI, SESAC and GAC.
Alice Smith graces the Joe's Pub stage for a 4 night residency
New York City native, Alice Smith, returns to the Joe's Pub stage for a four night residency this fall! The singer/songwriter/producer, kno
wn for her 4-octave vocal
range and stunning stage presence, made a name for herself with her
critically-acclaimed 2006 debut album, For Lovers, Dreamers & Me,
released on BBE Records. At the time, her artful blend of bluesy,
soulful vocals and mid-tempo grooves garnered a passionate following New York City venues while Vibe
Magazine gushed that her sound “evoke[s] Fiona Apple’s finest material.”
Her single “Dream” was nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best
Her new collection reveals the same passions of the “country at heart”
singer, raised between Washington DC and Augusta, Georgia. Surrounded by
everything from go-go, to gospel, to pop, she crafted her own stories
blending elements from her favorite genres. By the time Lovers debuted
in ’06, Alice was known for a unique approach to soul, tempered by a
heady dose of rock and her own personal take on matters of the heart.
It’s the same appeal that she brings to her new material.
“I've always written about and been interested in relationships,” says
Alice, musing over her songwriting process. “I'm still interested in
those things, because I think they are most important. However, I'm just
as interested in how they relate to the self. I've been more
consciously applying what I've learned about relationships in my outward
life, to my relationship with myself inside.”
With notes of ‘60s pop, Burt Bacharach-style melodies and that
intoxicating element ofattitude, Alice’s upcoming collection has
something for die-hard followers and new fans alike. Her sound has
evolved, adding lush, orchestral arrangements and multi-hued melodies.
Though she has always been an artist at heart, Alice is now a mother,
and she’s been through some powerful experiences over the past few
years. She emerges with new insights to realize through song. Still
singing, of course, but today, stepping out independently, she has all
the more reason to give ‘em something they can feel.
Chef Andrew Carmellini opens The Library at The Public!
The Library, named for the building's original use as the Astor
Library, is a central element of the mezzanine level, newly built
with the revitalization of our landmark building's downtown home at
Astor Place. Open late nightly for dinner and cocktail service, the
hidden away space plays dinner bar, watering hole or backstage
lounge to downtown denizens and neighborhood dwellers,
theater-goers coming or going, academics and artists alike.
Our cocktail list uses choice spirits and seasonal house-made
mixers from the kitchen, combining tried and true technique and a
charming approach to the classics. Our wine list features a small
collection of grower champagnes and beers on tap. Chefs Andrew
Carmellini and Michael Oliver have created an eclectic, American
menu of bar snacks, shareable appetizers, sandwiches, dinner plates
and desserts sourcing local ingredients and New York influence that
is available in both The Library and Joe's Pub.
A Curtain Call Menu is available
after 12 a.m.
Reservations and walk-in guests are welcome.
Founding Joe's Pub Partners, Kevin Abbott, Serge Becker, Josh
Pickard and Paul Salmon, first opened Joe's Pub at The Public
Theater in 1998 creating one of New York City's most celebrated and
in-demand showcase venues for live music and performance. With the
completion of The Public Theater's revitalization, they are now
joined by celebrated restaurateurs Luke Ostrom and Chef Andrew Carmellini in
supplying food and beverage programming to The Public at The
Library, Joe's Pub, catering and events and a full-service bar in