Musings of music producers in NYC...

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Road Recovery Benefit Concert 2009

Please join us on Friday evening at The Nokia Theater for the annual Road Recovery benefit concert. A spectacular show honoring Wayne Kramer and featuring Perry Farrell, Tom Morello, Iggy Pop, Jerry Cantrell, Wayne Kramer, Billy Bragg, Bun E. Carlos, Don Was and Gilby Clark.

Tickets are $25 and all proceeds go to benefit the Road Recovery organization and its outstanding programs for helping young people battle addiction and other adversities. Road Recovery harnesses the influence of entertainment industry professionals who have confronted similar crises and now wish to share their experience and knowledge.

Hope to see you there!!!

Friday, April 24, 2009

Alec Gross @ The Living Room + Another great Alec Promo Video

Alec Gross @ The Living Room
Thursday 4/30
8 PM

Check out his talkin' blues jingle promo for the gig:

"Talking Living Room Commercial Blues" 4.30.09 from Alec Gross on Vimeo.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Todd Alsup - How I'm Made NEW SINGLE

Todd Alsup's newest single - "How I'm Made" is complete! It's a monster of a song - great melody and lyrics, huge arrangement featuring Aaron Comess(Spin Doctors) on drums, Rich Hammond (Joan Osborne) on Bass, Jimmy Farkas (Joss Stone, Jonas Brothers,DeSol) on guitar and Clark Gayton on horns. And of course, Todd lent his piano and incredible vocal to this track.

You can hear the song over to the right on the MajorWho Jukebox, and on our myspace.

Produced by Steve Greenwell with MajorWho.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009


April 7- @ Le Poisson Rouge, $15 (for 2 sets) 7pm Jennifer Choi, 8pm Susie Ibarra Quartet with video by Makoto Fujimura. Jenny will be the opening act for the Susie Ibarra Quartet joined by Bridget Kibbey, harp, and Kathleen Supove, piano, and Susie Ibarra, drums/percussion in an evening that will feature women composers and performers!

The first set will be all solo violin pieces by Wang Jie 'Serenade in Isolation', Annie Gosfield Lost Signals and Drifting Sattellites', Susie Ibarra's 'Black and White', PLUS Jacob TV 'Capriccio', then we'll be settling into some fine improvisations based on Susie's folkloric and fantasia like compositions. For more information:

Hope to see you there!