Friday, June 15, 2018. 8-10PM
Miles East –On the debut from Miles East, Ghosts of Hope, the quiet push and pull of human transformation is set against the volatile backdrop of the east coast seascape where he grew up and still resides. Like Dawes, Jason Isbell, or Ray LaMontagne, the ghosts of the great singer-songwriters are present—and even evoked—in a modern way that seems to stretch the very definition of the term. Songs roil with hopeful hellos, conflicted goodbyes, hard exits, and harder entrances. His characters move cautiously and thoughtfully, torn by the unsettling truth that actions can be both a positive and a negative force, even simultaneously.
And Downstate Darlings –
Hailing from the Empire State, Downstate Darlings draws inspiration from the golden era of modern rock, the band’s sound merges the edge of early-90’s DGC records with the melodic sensibilities of earlier New Wave-rs like Elvis Costello, Squeeze, and Joe Jackson. The project started as a humble re-launching of Abad’s solo work in 2017 after his multi-year hiatus from music. However, the band found immediate chemistry and began forging its own signature sound. Quickly gaining local notoriety for their high-energy live shows, Downstate Darlings have also been hard at work on their forthcoming debut EP, slated for release in mid-2018.
As well as: Monica Uhm, a NY based singer-songwriter whose style is self-dubbed “philoso-folk”. She originally wrote songs as a way to learn guitar but soon found herself fronting various alt-indie rock bands that performed in underground NYC venues before returning to her roots as a singer-songwriter. In recent years she’s been actively collaborating with other local musicians and artists, which eventually led to a studio project and the formation of Trio Of Awesuhm. The result is the newly released debut album “cowboys & aliens’, which is now available on all music distribution platforms. The album has its roots in Americana and heavily influenced by rock, pop, psychedelic and country. She is currently actively touring the East Coast appearing solo and with her band to promote the new album.
Minimal fee of $5.00 includes coffee and munchies; additional donations for the musicians accepted. Reservations not required for parties of five or less.
It is a relaxed and fun evening and we hope you will come out and enjoy it with us. Anna Lawrence Bisland 1928 House, 135 Midland Avenue, Bronxville, NY 10708. Phone: 914-337-3252. Website: thebronxvillewomensclubinc.org
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Bronxville, NY 10708
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INTERNATIONAL CULTURE, DANCE & TASTING SECTION –new offering
Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 12:30 P.M.
A 3-Part Series. We will explore the traditions of Ireland, Greece & India throughout the year. First Up- Ireland
What comes to mind when you think of Ireland?
Enjoy a tasting of Irish food, dance, literature and video. Reservations needed by Wednesday, February 28, 2018. Call BWC office. 914-337-3252. If paying by check please make all checks payable to the Bronxville Women’s Club with Ireland noted in the memo section. You may also sign up in BWC loggia. Members: $15.00; Non-Members $20.00; Children under 12 $5.00. Feel free to stay & play table play game of choice after Mailing address: The Anna Lawrence Bisland 1928 House, 135 Midland Avenue, Bronxville, NY 10708. BWC Website: bronxvillewomensclubinc.org
The Bronxville Women’s Club’s activities are vast and attract men and women of all ages along with children. This section will highlight meetings and events that do not necessarily fall under the programs of the Music, Art, Literature, or Philanthropy Committees, joint with the Education Committee on subjects pertaining to everyday living.
Bring your friends and let’s enjoy!