Nuie Bowery Series

Jul
17
Mon, 17 July 2017 // 06:00 PM
Bowery Poetry, 308 Bowery, NYC (map)

A New (Nuie) Music Series Presented by the Bowery DUO, Aquiles Navarro & Tcheser Holmes

Nuie reflects "undiscovered remarkable and honest talent” the that exist amongst the tri-state. In these times, it seems that our man-made differences are taking over our humanity, taking over our ability to openly love each other. Nuie brings us closer to what makes us feel alive, feel human, feel happy, sad… and spread that message out into the world that needs our help.

Eli Wallace , Solo Piano.

Eli Wallace is a pianist, improviser, composer, and curator who calls Brooklyn, NY his home. A recent transplant from Oakland, CA, he has quickly become involved in the New York improvised and creative music scene and plays regularly with Dave Miller, Ben Cohen, Deric Dickens, Jake Leckie, and Javier Moreno.

“Eli Wallace is a savage. He approaches the piano like a wild dog would approach a bone after not eating for nine days.”

-Ross Hammond, guitarist

Max Hatt / Edda Glass

Max Hatt / Edda Glass have "an incomparable spook” (Nashville Scene) and "a unique sound" (Larry Groce, NPR), comprised of Glass's unmistakable voice and Hatt's lyrical guitar. Originally based in Montana, their award-winning Jazz Americana and wistful interpretations of Brazilian Bossa Nova have taken them all the way to New York City's Lincoln Center, NPR Mountain Stage, Sundance Film Fest and Wilco's Solid Sound Festival. Praised for her "impeccable vocal command" (PopMatters) and compared to a gamut of singers from Astrud Gilberto to Billie Holliday, Glass's voice is ultimately "one of a kind...you cannot confuse her with another artist" (New York Theatre Guide). Hatt's equally distinctive guitar work combines the harmonic innovations of jazz with the melodic resonance of folk, creating music that's "subtly poignant, elegantly funky, and haunting without trying to be" (Nels Cline, Wilco). Together, Max Hatt / Edda Glass evoke a world that stretches from the beaches of Rio de Janeiro to the prairies of the American west, telling stories of little people on great plains, and leaving audiences with a feeling both light and deep. https://maxhatteddaglass.com/home

$8 online / $10 at the door Get Tickets At: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2940177