B.C. Classic Albums Live presents Pretty in Pink at 20, the Film and the Soundtrack
Boog City's Classic Albums Live presents
Pretty in Pink at 20
20 Years to the Day of the Film’s Release
See the Movie on the Big Screen
Hear the Album Performed Live
Tues. Feb. 28, 6:45 p.m., $10
The Bowery Poetry Club
308 Bowery (and 1st Street)
The soundtrack will be performed live in order by
If You Leave (Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark)
Left of Center (Suzanne Vega w/Joe Jackson)
Get To Know Ya (Jesse Johnson)
Do Wot You Do (INXS)
Pretty In Pink (The Psychedelic Furs)
Shell-Shock (New Order)
Round, Round (Belouis Some)
Wouldn't It Be Good (Danny Hutton Hitters)
The Baby Skins
Bring On The Dancing Horses (Echo & The Bunnymen)
Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want (The Smiths)
Hosted by Boog City editor and publisher David Kirschenbaum
Directions: F train to Second Avenue, or 6 train to Bleecker Street. Venue is at foot of 1st Street, between Houston and Bleecker streets, across from CBGB's.
Call 212-842-BOOG(2664) or email email@example.com for further information
artist bios are at the end of this email
David A. Kirschenbaum, editor and publisher
330 W.28th St., Suite 6H
NY, NY 10001-4754
For event and publication information:
T: (212) 842-BOOG (2664)
F: (212) 842-2429
He is a playwright and occasional songwriter originally from Minnesota who now lives in Brooklyn. His plays have been produced in New York City, Minneapolis, Chicago, and Florida.
I moved to New York City in the fall of 2002 one month after getting married. When my best friend heard I was moving, he asked me to be in his band. So I started playing bass in the Old Flames, but mostly we just practiced and played parties. Three shows at the Bowery Poetry Club later, the band died a slow but not so painful death. I began performing by myself at the open mics. Now I sing and play my guitar, sometimes with other people, but mainly by myself.
Old Hat is a group of friends that gather for the opportunity play a song on occasion. One evening Deenah crashed a rehearsal that Dibs, Betsy, and Preston were having and all of a sudden we had our own song.
Then while performing we found Dan playing percussion for us. It’s a group that formed out of whatever was present at the time, so the instrumentation is not quite set, sometimes autoharps guitars and ukuleles make appearances. Either way, everyone gets to sing along.
Prewar Yardsale is Dina Levy and Mike Rechner and their new son Harmon Gillespie Levy Rechner. Harmon writes the songs, while Dina and Mike sing and perform them on bucket, tin can, and guitar.
We are singing a happy song because we have a new CD “We are Singing a Sad Song”. “We are Singing a Sad Song” is our 2nd full length CD with Olive Juice Music, produced by Major Matt Mason USA. We are currently recording a split 12” with Huggabroomstik at Care-A-Lot Studios, and we have a song on the new UK CD “Wild, Wild West, Smoking Gun Compilation”.
*The Baby Skins
Named after a mysterious concoction developed by NYC songsmith Paleface, the Baby Skins are a musical duo that formed in the last quarter of 2001. Collaborators Crystal Madrilejos and Angela Carlucci take the stage proudly displaying their many badges of honor and sometimes black knit ski masks. The two share guitar and xylophone duties while weaving in and out of haunting vocal harmonies. Their acoustic folk songs deal with unrequited love, forbidden love, betrayal, friendship and magical babies which excrete white fecal matter. Their live show will leave you twitching and emaciated in their rainbow - coloured sparkly shadow.