Wednesday, July 29, 2009
BLUES CONTROL record release event in NYC, USA
ATTN: all readers condemned to the Mid-Atlantic region.
This coming Saturday evening, BLUES CONTROL is hosting some sort of party at an art gallery in Brooklyn, NY in honor of their recent, stellar album titled "Local Flavor". You all are encouraged to attend despite the poor choice of venue and locale. You'll get to see BC (possibly joined by KV and Jesse Turbo) and others (including some kind of six-string street performer...) play some music and you'll get to look at an entire room of paintings which were painted by a painter named Octavius Neveaux and inspired by the band. The band BLUES CONTROL. Evidently the guy would listen to one BC tune all day long and paint the day away, filling up a canvas with something that may or may not refer to his soundtrack for that day.
So it's at a place called the Cinders Gallery at 103 Havemeyer St and it starts at 7 and ends at 11. See ya there..
There's likely more detailed information provided here.