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Monday, March 2, 2015

March Events

The Way Station Events
21+ all the time (it is a bar after all)

All events are a strongly suggested $5 donation unless indicated otherwise.


8pm- Martina Fiserova
Genre: folk jazz
For fans of: Joni Mitchell, Lizz Wright, Kate Bush, Tracy Chapman

An experienced singer from Prague, Czech republic, performing her original music. Martina Fiserova has been surrounded by musicians since the moment she was born. It took her many years to realize and accept the fact that she was becoming a musician herself. After a decade spent gaining experience on the Prague Jazz Scene (from blues and fusion oriented bands to collaborations with international bands, backing up rock stars and diving into silence with music therapy), she decided to get her ass kicked by New York City. Come check out her unique songwriting approach and intimate yet emotional vocal performance.

“Her voice is graceful, and her phrasing and delivery are right on tempo.” - James Nadal, All About Jazz

“Her biography is impressive. (...) Jazz pop? Folk jazz? Either way it's cool, and if this is the sort of stuff she is capable of writing then I hope there is more on the way.” - Tony Emmerson, Prague Jazz Blogspot


9pm- Sami & Sarah
Genre: From traditional country music, early jazz recordings, Brazilian sambas to European movie soundtracks and the golden age of American animation
For fans of: Cliff Edwards, Huayno, Serge Gainsbourg, Ween, Willie Nelson, Tom Ze, Sega Genesis , The Moldy Peaches, Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin, and Johnny Cash & June Carter

Sami & Sarah are a Brooklyn-based vocal duo playing banjo-ukulele, and upright bass. Their whimsical sound has been described as a combination of The Moldy Peaches, Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin, and Johnny Cash & June Carter. Their multi-lingual music draws from influences as varied as traditional country music, early jazz recordings, Brazilian sambas, European movie soundtracks and the golden age of American animation. Since their formation in early 2013, they have played various venues in New York City and Buenos Aires, Argentina, and they can be seen currently every month at The Way Station in Brooklyn, NY.

10pm- Tucker Travis and Miller
Genre: Folk and Americana
For fans of: Avett Brothers, Philip Phillips, Crosby Stills and Nash, Grateful Dead

Folky Acoustic music with killer harmonies and instrumental flash.

"TTM goes down like Tennessee Hooch with a splash of fresh Appalachian spring water. A party with no hangover, an evening by the fire with only six strings attached. My, how delicious!" -- Fusa Mandingo, The New York Experience


11pm- Mountain Animation
Genre: Psych-Folk
For fans of: Townes Van Zandt and King Crimson

Up-tempo and ecstatic rock music played with banjos and violins.

“Zack Orion and Scott Murphy's music is rhythmically playful yet possesses pathos that's hard to shake.” -Aarik Danielsen, Columbia Daily Tribune


8pm- Julia McKinnis
Genre: Indie Pop
For fans of: Ingrid Michaelson, Regina Spektor, Cat Power.

Julia McKinnis was a born musician; humming herself to sleep in her crib in her hometown of Ft. Worth, Texas. Julia’s endearing indie-pop style is reminiscent of artists like Ingrid Michaelson, Cat Power, Regina Spektor. Says the artist, “I always tell people that my music is music to make you fall in love with life and eat cookies and sweet things and not feel bad about yourself. It's most definitely happy music.”

twitter: @juliamckinnis
FB: Julia McKinnis

9pm- The DuPont Brothers
Genre: Indie-Folk
For fans of: M. Ward, Jose Gonzalez, Sufjan Stevens, Kaki King

This Burlington, Vermont indie-folk duo has hit the ground running since it's formation in March of 2013. In that time, The DuPont Brothers have played over 200 shows, covered 25,000 miles on the road, released a dvd, ep and full length album and were fortunate enough to share the stage with Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Sturgill Simpson, Ben Sollee, Langhorne Slim, Howie Day, Gin Wigmore, Family of the Year, Chris Eldridge and Julian Lage, Chris Thomas King, Johnny Swim, The Spring Standards, Pearl and the Beard, The Lone Bellow, Della Mae and John Murry to name a few. The sound is best described as Vermont Made Folk.

“The DuPont Brothers have found their voice, quite literally. In many instances, they blend so well, it's hard to discern who is singing what. And that symmetry manifests in every aspect of the recording.” -Dan Bolles, Seven Days VT

“It’s the essence of what stop-you-in-your-tracks music is suppose to do, which is shake you out of your day-to-day life like an old friend who wants you know everything will be ok, in time, as long as you never forget to believe in the endless possibilities of the cosmos.” -Garret K. Woodward, Smoky Mountain News

Check out their new album here!


10pm- Pork Chop Willie
Genre: Blues/Roots
For fans of: RL Burnside, Junior Kimbrough, Lucinda Williams, Steve Earle

Pork Chop Willie’s debut national album Love is the Devil lights a new fire under America’s musical melting pot, bringing fresh heat to the Mississippi hill country blues tradition while blending in elements of Americana, rock, alt-country and even classical music. The 13-song disc serves as a bridge between those genres, the past and the present, and the band’s Magnolia State inspirations and Manhattan home.  Led by singer-guitarist Bill Hammer and violinist Melissa Tong, Pork Chop Willie is fueled by grooves, grit, honesty and passion as well as a unique blend of down-home and uptown musicianship.

“Brilliant new national debut release … Hill Country music and beyond, like you have never heard before … An absolutely wonderful album that very quickly rose to the top of my favorites list for 2014 ...” —John Vermilyea, Blues Underground Network

“I'll be hard pressed to find another debut this year that impresses me as much as this album. All the right ingredients presented with great musicianship and passion. The roots, they be strong and entangled with tradition but with a unique freshness.” —Popa’s Tunes, PopaTunes.Blogspot.com

"With this hypnotic, modern approach to the spiritual purgation that is great hill country blues, Pork Chop Willie should turn some
ears…Tracks like Too Many Cuts are strikingly original as the yearn of Tong's violin provides a fresh spin on an old formula…The debut album...is as raw as any hill country stomp and as haunting as the most backwoods Appalachian holler".  -Living Blues Magazine


11pm- Breanna Barbara


“intriguing, intense, fun, lo-fi original punk blues resonator guitarist/singer  Breanna Barbara ignites the stage with vocals so raw powerful you leave hypnotized ” – New York Daily Music 


8pm- Doors
$15 Advance Sale Guaranteed Seats

$10 GA at the door

9pm- Wasabassco  
It's Wasabassco's monthly first-Thursday show at Brooklyn's famous Bar With The TARDIS. Featuring performances by Wasabassco favorites Dangrrr Doll, Nasty Canasta, and making their Way Station debuts: Genie Adagio and Wae Messed. Hosted by Doc Wasabassco.

8pm- The Sensational Country Blues Wonders!
Genre: Blues/Country/Gospel
For fans of: Hank Williams, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Elvis Presley, Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf

"The Sensational Country Blues Wonders!" are a power duo whose patented blend of Blues, Country and Gospel sounds are guaranteed to turn any venue we play into a bonafide juke joint! This is not your father’s blues – it’s more like your grandfather’s…if your grandfather was a preacher in a Mississippi Baptist church.   The "Wonders" are: Gary Van Miert - acoustic guitar and vocals. Malcolm Marsden - electric guitar.  Come check us out. As always, we promise to rock your soul! 

Blues with a Country feel. Country with a Blues feel. Add a pinch of Gospel and you’ve got “The Sensational Country Blues Wonders!”


9pm- Daniel Ondaro and The Shy Birds
Genre: Samba, Bossa Nova
For fans of: Joao Bosco, Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Antonio Carlos Jobim

Daniel Ondaro and The Shy Birds is a group of broadly talented and eclectic musicians playing everything from Samba and Bossa Nova to modern Brazilian styles and original music. Hailing from different parts of the globe, the band came together in Berlin, Germany in early 2013 and since has played in cities all over Germany as well as Prague, Athens, and Istanbul. With the instrumentation of acoustic guitar, voices, and percussion, the group´s duo line up of Daniel Ondaro and Petros Tzekos weaves refined Brazilian music with a serious and silly touch.

“The talent of these guys combined with their carefree and evident joy of playing results in a sparkling music that cheers you up for sure! Through their songs, a new and fresh wind blows from America, Europe and Brazil into audiences hearts."


10pm- George Gilmore
Genre: Folk, Singer/songwriter
For fans of: Nick Lowe, Leonard Cohen, Justin Townes Earle, Kris Kristofferson

This New York City veteran singer/songwriter/guitar slinger has been a mainstay on the Americana/roots-rock scene for over two decades. His latest (I am a Weed) finds him in great form on these (lucky) 13 tunes exploring the journey of life with and without love, accompanied by an able stable of well-known Big Apple players. Tops for me is his gospel-fueled offering "The Good Lord Smote My Eye."


8pm- Mar Salá
Genre: Flamenco-pop
For fans of: Rosario, Bebe, La Mala Rodriguez

Based in Brooklyn, Marta Hernández, (aka Mar Salá) is an international singer songwriter, a self taught musician from Seville, Spain. With the collaboration of many accomplished musicians from all over the world, she mixes Latin sounds such as Rumba Flamenca, Brazilian rhythms and Spanish pop, with swing and Rock.

"Mar Salá is pure energy, like a volcano in control" Jose Miguel López. Radio 3.RNE


9pm- Viva Vallenato Badass Accordion Band 
Genre: World/Latin
For fans of: Santana, Rusted Root

Wild Colombian "CUMBIA" Latin rhythms & blazing accordion melodies. SOUNDS LIKE: A High-Intensity Latin Drum-Circle of Happiness! Authentic Folkloric Sounds of Colombia, South America. Crowds go wild for this music! As featured on Telemundo 47 NYC TV.

"The accordion is like a happy machine; they start playing and people's spirits lift up. These guys spread joy and happiness!" - Montclair Times


10pm- Lonesome Cupcakes
Genre: Country
For fans of: Dwight Yoakam, Buck Owens Junior Brown, Ernest Tubb

The Lonesome Cupcakes play Honky Tonk music for enthusiastic beer drinkers throughout the metro area. The Cupcakes are the perfect soundtrack for a shot and a beer.


4pm- Moving Pictures: Hand-picked entertainment on the big screen each Sunday evening at the Way Station.

Burt Reynolds Marathon!  
Settle in and enjoy 2 features of one of the sexiest and mustache-ist  men alive.  Sally Fields teams with Reynolds in Hooper, the affectionate and much-admired salute to movie stunt people.  When the boss says jump... Hooper says how far down?!?!  Then, buckle up for an illegal cross country road trip in The Cannonball Run where a wide variety of eccentric competitors participate in this wild car race.  If time permits, there maybe an Archer episode with the incomparable Mr. Reynolds.

9pm- Nerd Karaoke
DJ JOE RUDE and The KINGS of KARAOKE present a Nerds Night to RAWK OUT at the BAR with the TARDIS!!! Come sing They Might Be Giants, Tom Lehrer, Jonathan Coulton, and MORE! No cover, awesome cocktails and fine beers on tap--its the best party Sunday can buy!


6pm- Monday Movie Madness: Dragonslayer 
8pm- Jo Kroger
Genre: Indie Folk, Singer-Songwriter
For Fans of : Jenny Lewis, Aimee Mann, Patty Griffin, Natalie Merchant, Over the Rhine

Earthy and sweet 70's vocals over indie rhythms and soundscapes, Jo Kroger brings both living room intimacy and cathedral-sized resonance to any room she plays. Long time New Yorker originating in Southwestern Ohio, Kroger has appeared all over the US and parts of Western Europe. If your winter blues have you craving a road trip with an old best friend, Kroger's sound will leave your wanderlust sated and your ears contented. Contemplative melodic storytelling and catchy hooks with guest appearances by Dalton Deschain.

"Jo Kroger possesses a subtler brand of charisma not unlike a singer-songwriter such as Beth Orton or even Joni Mitchell. There’s a vulnerability in the performance that exposes the strength of Kroger’s truth, a quiet confidence that acts as a magnet drawing you in for a closer listen. The best performers don’t have to shout or scream to get their message across; it’s the words left unsung and the spaces between that say the most. With Troubled Night, Jo Kroger leaves the door wide open and invites us to walk through it, sit down and stay for a spell." - Heidi Drockelman, indie-music.com

"Kroger has created a perfect listening album that can be duplicated easily in any type of atmosphere, from a tiny coffee shop to even large venues. Any fans of well-written, passionate folk songs should do themselves a favor and give Troubled Night a listen. "  - Kerriann Curtis, WordKrapht


9pm- Weaver 
For fans of: Bob Dylan, Jeff Buckley and The Tallest Man on Earth

Weaver is the product of years of musicianship in a lot of different constellations that has crystallized into one voice and one guitar. The music tells stories about one persons observations in life where relationships, passions and frustrations is processed with the constantly present seaport as a backdrop. The weight of his songs lies in the stories and the devotedly crafted guitar arrangements indicates a well written and selected repertoire. There's a list of talented musicians appearing on the debut-EP Aiming For Doves whom everyone puts their own flavor to the sound.

Tout en simplicité, voix & guitare et son énergie débordante et communicative.


10pm- Malcolm Marsden
Genre: Folk-based rock & pop
For fans of: Richard Thompson, Nick Lowe, Hank Williams

Malcolm writes and performs on acoustic and electric guitar, in groups and solo. Having emerged from the diverse Connecticut punk/DIY music scene of the late 1970s, he takes inspiration from mixing musical genres to reveal new avenues of expression. Folk ballads, country and pop art song, rockabilly, R&B and gospel roots music are his ingredients, that blend into a distinctly 21st century American groove. 


11pm- Doolittle Family
Genre: Folk
For fans of: Everly Brothers, The Byrds, Jefferson Airplane

Sixties pop vibes with a modern psych-folk flavor, featuring tight vocal harmony.


7:30pm- Satellite Magazine: Let's Talk About Cities
Neighborhood microfunding 
One of the nation's oldest microfunding organizations, Citizens Committee for New York City raises money from foundations, corporations, and individual donors, then awards it to projects that make neighborhoods greener, friendlier, and more resilient. Director of Communications Saleen Shah will present. 

Prospect Park 
The Prospect Park Alliance was founded in 1987 to restore and maintain Brooklyn's largest park after a long period of deterioration and decline. President and Park Administrator Susan M. Donahue will discuss the nonprofit's work preserving the natural environment, restoring historic design, and providing public programs and amenities for the park, which receives more than 10 million visits each year. 

Better banks 
New York's fastest-growing credit union, Brooklyn Cooperative Federal Credit Union improves access to financial services in Bushwick and Bed-Stuy, neighborhoods long underserved by major banks. A nonprofit cooperative, it offers community members favorable terms and gives them a say in its decisions. Director of Member Services and Small Business Tax Counselor Rebecca Pear will speak. 

Postindustrial cities  
Being Here is a design and consulting practice with a special interest in the revitalization of postindustrial cities. Through holistic planning, environmental design, policy innovation, and public-sector partnerships, the recently formed practice seeks to catalyze new visions for distressed or shrinking cities that can spark ecological and social resilience. Denisha Williams and Jeff Byles will discuss their work.
*Prospect Park Alliance
9pm- Bryan Wade
Genre: Singer/songwriter folk/pop/world
For fans of: Jeff Buckley, Elliot Smith, Leonard Cohen, Paul Simon

Colorful, mysterious, and outrageous sound stories. From graceful, haunting spirit music, born of Middle-Eastern, Latin, and American folk traditions; played with as few wires as possible on a semi-jazz guitar; songs written and played in the streets of England, deserts of Israel, porches of dead mill towns, and food trucks of Hop-Hipster Brooklyn. Bryan whispers like Jeff Buckley playing songs that John Prine wrote for Duke Ellington; shouts like The Police covering an album that Thelonious Monk wrote for Pixies.

“Wade is one of the most talented and distinctive musicians this town has seen….combining exuberant stage presence with solid songwriting and dead-on technical skills.” - Dan Cook, FREE TIMES

“Bryan’s vocals are second to none… His vocals really separate him from the rest of the crowd.” - Jay Matheson, Owner of JAM ROOM recording studios, CAROLINA REPORTER

“The sounds that Bryan can get out of a guitar and the way that he gets them is something to behold.” - Angelo Gianni of Treadmill Trackstar, FREE TIMES

Mr. Moon

10pm- Roenik 
Genre: Indie rock with electronic elements
For fans of: Bright Eyes, Radiohead and Depeche Mode

Gothenburg, Sweden, sends you an indie rock band from a so very modern four on the floor electronic foundation, yet with it’s head held high in the melancholy and nostalgia of the Seventies and Eighties. With such elegance and total absence of friction that you don't know whether you're drumming the beat of the new or humming the tune of the old. The mix of the organic and electronic elements is what makes Roenik unique. After 15 years collaborating with different producers and artists (Yoad Nevo, Andreas Kleerup) the frontman Niels Nankler invites us to join their space saga “Stars” that was released in 2014.

”The debut Stars is likeable and genuine, includes tender feelings and perhaps even contributes to an occasional smile. It should get a well deserved place in the spotlight.”- http://gaffa.se/recension/84461

”Stars is an wonderful piece of art that is easy on the ears and beckons to be listen to time and time again.”- http://therockoffice.com/audio.html


11pm- The Rat Problem
Genre: Punk Rock ‘n’ Roll
For fans of:  Elvis Costello, The Wipers, Screaming Females, Swearin’

The Rat Problem is a rock and roll trio from Brooklyn. We play original songs with sweet pop melodies, bitter lyrics, and elements of surf, early punk, and 90s alternative for extra flavor. Tonight's set will be acoustic.


8pm- Mary-Elaine Jenkins
Genre: Blues/Roots/Rock/Americana
For fans of: The Delta Blues, Lucinda Williams, Cat Power, Ryan Adams

Mary-Elaine Jenkins is a New York-based blueswoman.  A South Carolina native and lifelong musician, she began performing live when she moved to Washington, DC for college. She came to New York by way of Madrid, where she spent two years teaching English, roaming around, and playing a whole lot of music.  Her sound is a delicious and ever-evolving mix of blues, Americana roots, soul, and rock 'n roll, specializing in the sultry/spooky.  This ain’t your mama’s singer/songwriter music.


9pm- Rocket J & The 88's 
Genre: Rockabilly
For fans of: Wanda Jackson, Janis Martin, Elvis Presley, Gene Vincent

Rocket J is classy, she’s brassy, she’s a real gone, good-looking gal who can belt out a rockin’ tune that’ll really send you! She sings Rockabilly that will grab you by the front of the shirt, get in your face and remind you why this stuff is just plain fun music. Rocket J fun facts: The nickname Rocket J comes from Rocky the Flying Squirrel of The Bullwinkle Show, is a fanatic pug lover, does not possess ear lobes.


10pm- Dr. Bluegrass and the Illbilly 8
Genre: bluegrass

Foot stompin', thigh slappin' bluegrass from the deep south (of England). Formed in the winter of 2009, Dr. Bluegrass and the Illbilly 8 draw inspiration from a wide range of unusual sources for their unique choice of songs. Everything from traditional bluegrass and gospel, to Irish folk, pop and rock ensures that there is something for all ages, played with an energy and virtuosity that belies their young age.


11pm- Maynard & the Musties
Genre: Country-Rock-Americana 
For fans of: Whiskeytown, Hayes Carll, John Prine 
I grew up in Nashville, in a certain era, and reach back to ca. 1967 when Dylan met Cash. It was a period where everyone read the Bible, yet maintained individual, incomprehensible moral codes that constantly were shifted according to personal and momentary use. What blossomed was heartbreak and sorrow.

"wry oldschool country and dark highway rock" - new york music daily 

"more hooks and lures than a Bass Pro Shop" --Bill Hurley, The Alternate Root 

8pm- Alyssa Robbins

Genre: Folk Rock
For fans of: Aimee Mann, Patti Griffin, Pink

With the recent release of her third studio album, "Our Time Was Here We Just Forgot to Be", Robbins makes a rockier departure from her first two albums ("Wet Behind the Ears" & "The Other Side of the World"). She growls and snarls her way through stories of haunted Brooklyn streets, changing seasons, and a lovers insanity all with a touch of sensitivity and heart ache. With the lyrical prose of Aimee Mann and the voice of Etta James, “Our Time was Here…” provides the perfect balance of whiskey swigging rock and gin sipping soul.


9pm- atlantic / pacific
Genre: Indie-Rock, Pop, Dance
For fans of: Phoenix, Vampire Weekend, Broken Social Scene, Mac Demarco, Hospitality

atlantic / pacific writes melodic dance rock with charming, catchy vocals on top. Brooklyn-based singers Liza Dzul and Yusuf Siddiquee cover topics ranging from sandwiches to Michigan to TRU LUV (in a happy way!). 


10pm- Moneco 
Genre: New York Cumbiadelic
For fans of: Chicha Libre, Destellos, Juaneco y su Combo

MONECO is a band with a driving force and a new voice in the New York City music scene. They mix the edgy sound of one of the most musically diverse cities in the world with the traditional psychedelic cumbia sound of South America. When you hear it you will have no doubt as to why MONECO is referred to as “New York Cumbiadelic.”

“Moneco nailed the alternately spiky and spacy licks that make this stuff (Cumbia) so much fun…)


11pm- Soul'D Out NYC 
Genre: Soul music
For fans of: Aretha Franklin, Bill Withers, King Curtis, Donny Hathaway, Curtis Mayfield, Stax Records, Southern Soul

Soul'D Out NYC is a nine piece band featuring vocalist Aliah Sheffield on vocals. The band is composed of four horns (Trumpet, Trombone, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone) and a rhythm section (guitar, bass, drums and keyboard.) It was created in December 2011 by French Pianist and band leader Olivier Court.

Through original compositions and arrangements, our purpose is to bring back to life a certain type of sound from the late 60′s early 70′s Soul, Jazz and Gospel.


8pm- TheLoveHowl
Genre: Blues-Rock
For fans of: Deer Tick, The Black Keys, Brandi Carlile

Amy Sheehan, Alex Sherba, Jonathan Vergara and Jonah Durning-Hammond are bringing back some classic rock and soul to Brooklyn. A project which developed from Sheehan's solo material, the group has morphed into a gutsy rock act with the release of their 5 song EP The Chase in 2013. They were recently featured in The Deli Magazine’s Best of NYC Emerging Artists of 2014 and placed #10 in the readers polls for Best Blues/Revival Rock band. Their song “I Don’t Know Why” appeared on the Season 4 Finale of the FX television series ‘Justified.’ They are set to release a series of singles in the fall in preparation for their debut LP.

“The LoveHowl is kicking up the dust behind raunchy guitars and sultry vocals…At times, the music might kick you in the gut, but don’t worry: They’ll be there to help you out when you’re down. Down-home tracks like ‘I Don’t Know Why’ never hurt so good.” – The Deli Magazine

“This EP [The Chase] consists of five gritty songs which all contain an overall essence of easy but edgy rock, although each track manages to stand apart from the next. All five pieces have catchy melodies and an abundance of backbone, which makes them go-to selections for those days when you may need a bit of a brazen musical pick-me-up.” – Blues Rock Review

“24 provides a smooth, yet energetic backdrop for Sheehan’s sultry voice, which could easily compete with Gwen Stefani’s, pre-No Doubt breakup.” - New York Social Status


9pm- Brandi & The Alexanders
Genre: Soul/R&B
For fans of: Aretha Franklin, Sharon Jones, D’Angelo, James Brown, Jack Black’s band at the end of High Fidelity

Brandi & The Alexanders perform God damn soul music!  We play that good old fashioned good grinding good roaring ain’t nothing wrong with getting down tonight baby and feeling the floor now music.”


10pm- Joe Benjamin & a Mighty Handful
Genre: Rock/Pop/Jazz
For fans of: Banda Magda, Queen, Jamie Cullum, Jessica Hernandez, Frank Sinatra

"Joe Benjamin & A Mighty Handful" is a collective of 11 musicians from New York City. With the help of the arranger Martin Seiler, this bands' vision is to give Swing Music a new and more 'a la mode' meaning. Influenced by and built on the musical styles of Freddie Mercury, Frank Sinatra and Roger Cicero, Joe Benjamin brings contemporary music styles and themes of modern life together in an entertaining live show. Joe Benjamin & A Mighty Handful - America's New Swing!


3:30pm- Drink & Draw
$5 / 1 drink

8pm- Zamba 2 Samba 
Genre: roots samba
For fans of: Marisa Monte, Elis Regina, Cartola, Nelson Cavaquinho, Adoniran Barbosa

Conceived as a tribute to "Samba de Raiz" or roots samba, Zamba 2 Samba delves deep into Brazil's musical past offering reinterpretations of Brazil's most joyous music from the '40's, '50's & '60's. Led by Susan Justice's beautiful, clear voice and backed by both Brazilian and a revolving group of international musicians, Zamba 2 Samba will take you to a small samba club in Lapa, Rio...at least for the night.


9pm- TarantinosNYC
Genre: Surf, Soul, Spy, Spaghetti Western instrumentals
For fans of: Dick Dale, Link Wray, Ennio Morricone, The Ventures, Booker T & the MG’s

The TarantinosNYC specialize in 60's-70's Surf, Soul, Spy and Spaghetti Western instrumentals, featuring the great soundtrack material in Quentin Tarantino movies, and also originals in the style of classic movie and TV themes. See the song list on their web site, and you’ll get an idea of what these styles have in common – reverb, twang, cool… retro juvie kicks…! The TarantinosNYC started in 2005, and have played such events/venues as: the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament, Rockwood Music Hall, Music Hall of Williamsburg, Southpaw, Brooklyn Bowl, Rodeo Bar, Otto's Shrunken Head, Long Island City Boathouse (benefit event), NYC Horror Film Festival, Wrath of Cannes Film Festival,  Delancey, Cha Cha's of Coney Island, Coney Island Boardwark, Met's Cruise, Don Hill's, Bowery Electric...and many more. They were also guests on the Joey Reynolds radio show on WOR-AM and were filmed for Tripwave TV.

Everynight Charley's Manhattan Beat , Saturday, October 5, 2013
"More than a novelty band, the TarantinosNYC is a cleverly-conceived music event – a soundtrack to a night at the movies without sorting through the film’s plot intrigues."

New York Music Daily
New York Surf City by delarue, 8/8/2012
"By half past eleven, the TarantinosNYC had taken the stage. They have the kind of chemistry that comes from constant gigging and the kind of diverse, cinematic sound their name implies. And they don’t just do songs from Tarantino movies: this particular show featured a lot of unpredictable, anthemic originals, a digression into Link Wray … and finally a majestically lurid version of ... You Only Live Twice."


10pm- Damian Quinones 
Genre: Rock and Roll

For fans of: Funkadelic, WAR, Os Mutantes, Bood, Sweat, and Tears, Willie Colon, Neil Young & Crazy Horse

A 6 piece outfit fronted by singer/guitarist/songwriter by DamianQuiñones, they are currently supporting their self released album, "Gumball Ma-Jumbo!"(2012).

Akin to a mix tape made from his uncles old vinyl collection, Damian Quiñones and his band "El Conjunto" are sonically funky, expansive and colorful. Quiñones songwriting is a heady stew of 60's rock and roll, Nuyorican funk, with a nice helping of tropicalia, and Afro-Caribbean sounds to boot.

"Damian Quiñones y Su Conjunto’s new album Gumball Ma-Jumbo - streaming in its entirety online - is a masterpiece of tunesmithing, an intricate mix of oldschoollate 60s style psychedelic soul, rock and pop spiced with salsa, luscious horn charts, bubbling keys and nasty guitars."-Lucid Culture


Midnight Special- The Grey Man
Genre: Rock
For fans of: Hendrix / Petty / Can

"The Grey Man" bring "Kraut - Rock" to the new world. Fronted by native "Kraut", and Brooklyn transplant David Kay, the trio also consists of Matt Holt on bass (a real nyc-man) and Moroccan Sam Rekaibi on drums. Formed at the deep end of the Gowanus Canal (in the winter of 2013), the trio transformed a good portion of the best decades of rock into dynamic and eclectic loudness. Some sparks of emotion and light shine through their straightforward compositions and might bring up fond memories of past high times of songwriting.


4pm- Moving Pictures: Hand-picked entertainment on the big screen each Sunday evening at the Way Station.

Starship Troopers
Did you know that Starship Troopers was a science fiction novel about Fascists? Although I don’t think there were any bugs in the book. Just sayin’. So let’s gloss over the weighty ideas and watch Casper Van Diem knock the living crap outta the enemy!

9pm- Nerd Karaoke
DJ JOE RUDE and The KINGS of KARAOKE present a Nerds Night to RAWK OUT at the BAR with the TARDIS!!! Come sing They Might Be Giants, Tom Lehrer, Jonathan Coulton, and MORE! No cover, awesome cocktails and fine beers on tap--its the best party Sunday can buy!


6pm- Monday Movie Madness: Ladyhawk 

8pm- Dyllan
Genre: Alternative Pop
For fans of: Fiona Apple, Lana del Rey, Feist, Laura Marling

LA native DYLLAN (Dylan Nichols) is an honest, passionate lyricist with deep and original music. By way of L.A., New York and Paris, she released two EPs and collaborated with French electro musician Thylacine on "Distance," which was the iTunes free download of the week in France and recently, “Closing.” Her authentic songwriting and unique sound toe the line between folk and electro pop, evoking the likes of Fiona Apple and Lana Del Rey. She will release her first official music video, “Moments Like These” on March 20th.

"…this generation needs an authentic, down-to-earth artist pointing the way to calmer, more soulful times. That voice is Dylan Nichols… Her lyrics […] are filled with sensuous detail and complex emotion accurately conveyed." – Ella Riley-Adams, The Faster Times

(Trans.): "Moving with mystery, William chose Dylan Nichols to baffle us even more on “Distance.” Rocking, then summoning, the voice of the young American guides us on this long road to an increasingly attractive unknown."  –Fred Lombard, IndieMusic


9pm- Marc Delgado of Wounded Knee
Genre: Alt-Rock/Americana/Folk
For fans of: R.E.M/Son Volt/Bob Dylan/Pavement/Grant Lee Buffalo

Marc Delgado’s songs are eclectic & unexpected & deal with characters trying to make sense of the American Landscape.


10pm- Michael Drabik
Genre: Blues/Soul
For fans of:  John Mayer, Ray Charles, Jimi Hendrix

Guitar music with pop influences


11pm- Patrick Freeman 
Genre: Indie/Folk/Rock
For fans of: Daniel Rossen, Harry Nilsson, George Harrison

Patrick Freeman is a guitarist and songwriter currently based in Ireland. Having spent a number of years as a session musician and performer, Freeman released his debut EP "Perfect Fit" in February 2014. He is currently recording an album at Big Skin HQ, Cork, infamous home of O Emperor and the Animals House.

"Patrick Freeman catches your ears with the superbly toned melodic purr of all three tracks on his "Perfect Fit" EP" The Irish Times

"Seems wherever Patrick Freeman is wandering, we should be listening out." Backseat Mafia

Website etc: https://www.facebook.com/pfreemanmusic

TUESDAY 3/17- St. Patrick's Day
8pm- Rascals & Rogues
Genre: Ren Rock, Celtic, Folk
For fans of: Great Big Sea, Flogging Molly, The Pogues, Enter The Haggis

Rascals & Rogues is the New York Renaissance Faire's 'house boy band' formed in 2012 by members of the performance cast. These professional improv actors bring a unique brand of unpredictable shenanigans to every set and no two shows are ever the same! Now entering their 4th year, these 5 rambunctious gents are leaving the Shire and bringing songs of drinking, daring, debauchery, and... something else that starts with D!--to a pub near you!


9pm- Three Pints Shy
Genre: Irish Rock Band
For fans of: Black 47, The Pogues, U2

10pm- The Waysties
Genre: Scotch-soaked Celtish folk-rock
For fans of: The Decemberists, Battlefield Band, Great Big Sea, Flogging Molly

We are what happens when a group of Way Station regulars realize that we all like drinking. And music. And attention. Our music is a mix of traditional folk, unconventional covers, and irreverence.


8pm- Those Sensible Shoes
Genre: Acoustic Folk
For fans of: Nick Drake, The Swell Season, The Milk Carton Kids

Those Sensible Shoes are Anthony Mulcahy and Rachel Stern, who began playing and writing original music together in September 2014 after meeting through the Big City Folk Collective. They perform a blend of acoustic and indie folk with unique harmonies. Based in New York City, they have been playing shows all over Manhattan, Brooklyn and New Jersey. They are currently working on their first album, due in Spring 2015.


9pm- Moondrunk
Genre: Indie Singer/Songwriter
For fans of: The XX, Ben Harper, First Aid Kit

Moondrunk is a New York-based folk trio that jumps from heartbreak to humor before you can finish your whiskey. Andrew Bancroft’s original lyrics and guitar are complemented by Ashley Perez Flanagan’s powerful vocals. The talented multi-instrumentalist Yair Evnine rounds out the group’s sound with professional cello, guitar, looping sounds, and more. If the mood strikes, you may get wrapped up an audience-inspired freestyle rap. Either way, you will hear something new and from the heart.

Andrew Bancroft has been has been featured on Mtv’s TRL and in Rolling Stone and TIME. He has performed alongside Broadway star and band-mate Lin-Manuel Miranda with the popular hip hop group Freestyle Love Supreme.

Yair Evnine has performed in countless venues and shows, include Late Nate with David Letterman and a highly successful tour to Edinburgh and beyond with Lady Rizo.

"Even better, Ashley Perez Flanagan…delivers a sweetly touching 'Another Suitcase in Another Hall.'" –The New York Times (review of Evita)


10pm- Sun Thief
Genre: Folk Rock
For fans of: Fleet Foxes, Elliott Smith, Radiohead, Avett Brothers

The dulcet harmonies of Sun Thief have been lauded by many a listener from the far reaches of Crown Heights to the stony rows of Park Slope. Formed in the Spring of 2014, Sun Thief consists of Nathaniel Riehl (vox/guitars), Patrick Cochrane (vox/guitars), and John Matson (vox/drums). All members contribute to the band's catalogue of original music which can be described as folky, sometimes ethereal, and always introspective. The band plans to release their first EP this Spring.


11pm- Cancion Franklin
Genre: Americana/blues music
For fans of: Leonard Cohen, Johnny Cash

One man show. True American vocally driven songs. Americana with focused guitar and country blues roots. Original songs only with a respect for lyrical expression.


8pm- Dreams of June
Genre: Bluesy Americana
For Fans Of: Adele, The Black Keys, Lizzy Ward, Citizen Cope

An erotic fusion of blues, soul, americana, country and rock. Each song its own original cocktail of various genres - led by powerful and confessional vocals.

"Hands down the best music group I've ever had on my radio show." -Derek Keller - KPOO, San Francisco

"Dreams Of June is fresh, energetic, organic and emotional." -Steve Evans, Touring Base Player - Dire Straights and Etta James


9pm- Peter Wise
Genre: alt pop/folk
For fans of: Jeff Buckley, Matt Corby, Allen Stone, Gary Clark Jr.

Brooklyn via Boston singer/songwriter Peter Wise (ASCAP) has had a lifelong passion for music, playing guitar and piano for over 17 years.  Spending the last four plus years performing in and around NYC, Wise brings a wide variety of musical influences into his own blend of alternative pop, fusing the lyricism of early 70’s folk rock with modern pop production and the guitar virtuosity of Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and John Mayer into a style uniquely his own.  With a 13 song debut album out in late 2013, Wise has begun to expand his audience, playing all over the country, and has had the privilege of sharing the stage with bands such as The Eagles, Green River Ordinance, and Luke Wade.


10pm- Artanker Convoy 
Genre: psych pop
For fans of: Can, The Faces, Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Best known for their tripped out take on dirty jazz a la Miles Davis 1970, Convoy has dropped their keys & synthesizers in favor of 3 part harmonies over a blown out southern rock sound. The rhythms of drummer Artanker still surprise and keep the crowd shuffling its feet. The clean new sound of Convoy rips through the party but still takes you on occasional psychedelic hayrides.

The Wire:
“equal parts funk and freakout. There are definite tinges of Miles Davis' early 70s groups.”

Seattle Weekly:
“…like Can; each song grows organically into something awkwardly suited for a dance party of sorts.”

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-K8rCngtBms
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/artankerconvoy
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Artanker-Convoy/26600031104
Reverb nation: http://www.reverbnation.com/playlist/view_playlist/-4?page_object=artist_2596645
Website: http://thesocialregistry.com/index2.html 

11pm- Elison Jackson 
Genre: Garage-folk & stoner- soul
For fans of: Neil Young, The Felice Brothers, Elvis Perkins, Pink Floyd in 1969

Elison Jackson is a garage–folk/psychedelic rock band from New Haven, CT. The band has put out three records and several bedroom-demo mix-tapes since 2011. Their third record, “Do Not Fear To Kill A Dead Man”, was released in the fall of 2013 to critical acclaim. Featuring basement organs, haunted lyrics and Neil Young-esqe guitar jams, their sound has expanded significantly from its folk roots, moving forward with a strong foundation into blues, synth, and prog. They’ve shared the stage with Akron/Family, Water Liars, The Music Tapes, Those Darlins, The Sadies and more and toured the East Coast extensively for the past two years. They’ll be in the studio for the remainder of 2014, working on a wealth of new material. Their newest single, "Ghost F*cker", is due out on 7" vinyl in 2015 on Azimuth Recordings.

“The beauty of this album is that it sounds like it was recorded around 1966, yet sounds perfect today and will still sound perfect 50 years from now.” – Lonesome Noise on “Do Not Fear…”

“With two solid full-length albums and a handful of EPs and singles now to their credit, Elison Jackson has established itself as one of Connecticut’s most consistently interesting young bands.” –Eric Danton (Rolling Stone, Wall St. Journal), Listen Dammit


Wasabassco's ALL THE WAY
8pm- doors
9pm- First show
11pm- Second show
tickets http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1294899

- $20 General Admission to the night. Standing and limited seating.
- VIP booth, with guaranteed seating for 5, including one Town Branch bourbon / Town Branch cocktail per person. $200 (limited to two booths)

Friday March 20, 2015 Wasabassco brings it all to Fridays at The Way Station.

Good news for all our Way Station friends and Ambassadors - those unable to make our monthly Thursday night shows, those who can't stay out late on a school night, and those who love our Thursdays, but just want more. We're proud to present ALL THE WAY, a monthly Friday night series of evening-long Wasabassco programming. Limited engagement: March, April, and May 2015

We're raising the stage and clearing the floor to create an atmosphere to party. Pick your show or stay all night for one admission price.

A full evening of programming starting with doors at 8pm.
Shows at 9pm and 11pm. Plus Interstitial Go-Go and goodies.

MARCH 20 will be hosted by Sapphire Jones and Sydni Deveraux. With our featured performer Miss Evelyn Vinyl, plus performances by Sapphire, Sydni, Dangrrr Doll, Odette Coquette, Penny Wren, Peekaboo Pointe and more. Go-Go by Penny and Peekaboo.

8pm- Something Major

9pm- Institute of Flyer Learning
Genre: hip-hop/neo-soul/electronic
For fans of: Little Dragon, Janelle Monae, Theophilus London, Outkast, The Flaming Lips

The Institute of Flyer Learning is a Brooklyn based hip-hop/neo-soul band composed of a singer, a rapper, and a rhythm section. Human vocals mesh with electronic beats, pulsing bass lines, and guitar arpeggios pouring out like sunshine.  Flyer Learning performs original songs drawing upon eclectic influences ranging from old school hip-hop and electronic music to art-rock and funk.  For good measure, they also perform some retro-future/re-mixed covers of classic hip-hop/soul songs, paying homage to the grand masters that came before, rocked the mic, dropped the mic, and inspired them to get up and write.


10pm- Dawn Drake & ZapOte
Genre: Afro-Latin Funk
For fans of: Antibalas, Budos Band, ESG, Jamiroquoi, Chico Mann, Cumbiagra, English Beat, Police

Taking its name from a luscious fruit in Cuba known as "ZapOte", this band is an original Funk Latin Afro-Beat band lead by Dawn Drake, bassist/conguera/singer/songwriter and composer, who manages to wear several hats while setting the scene with her own brand of cool. Her original music takes the listener and dancer into a zone where House, Funk, Afro-beat, Samba, Afro-Cuban rhythms and Jazz are right at home. Poetic lyrics spread messages of universal consciousness, delivered with heartfelt vocals, and are joined with the irresistible grooves of Latin percussion, funky bass, swinging horn lines and improvisation.

BAM CAFE LIVE  –Darrell McNeill
"Dawn Drake and her band ZapOte are at the beginnings of a fascinating journey to enthusiastically bridge chasms of cultural and gender disconnect that plagues so much of pop music's body politic. To hear them is to imagine early period jam sessions between Laura Nyro and Carole King with Sly Stone and Sergio Mendes sitting in. Theirs is a playfully intense dynamic that needs to be seen more."

-Darrell McNeill, Black Rock Coalition Director of Operations & CURATOR of BAM Café LIVE, Brooklyn Academy of Music GO MAGAZINE  –Jenny Lazar
"Dawn contributes heavy Afro-Caribbean licks on congas, bongós and Brazilian caixa as a partial list...and it's no amateur hour..."

Dawn Drake  –Meewsic Records
"Cuban, African & South American styles mesh together into delicious jazz/pop fusion; a wonderful backdrop for Dawn's sassy vocals. She also arranged the horns (excellent job), played bass and did all the percussion; a truly multi-talented performer!" Brian Fox, Meewsic Records

Jules Bistro Presents Dawn Drake  –Jules Bistro
"This saucy debut by soul sistah Dawn Drake is an incredible gift to the world of world music! She skillfully weaves together her bold poetic lyrics, melodic vocals, and a fusion of danceable rhythms performed by herself and a very talented band of musicianados.
You'll love the horns, the deep bass, the compelling percussion..."

Luis Da Silva, Jules Bistro, NYC Third Street Music Concert Series Presents Dawn Drake & ZapOte Salsa -
"[They] were the hit of the season!"  Beth Flusser, Talent Booker for Music in Abe Lebewohl Park.



Midnight Special- Hambone Relay
Genre: Soul Jazz/Funk
For fans of: Soulive, The New Mastersounds, Lettuce, Galactic, Medeski Martin & Wood, Robert Walter

Hambone Relay is a soul jazz organ trio based in Philadelphia, PA. HR3 shrewdly explores the genres of soul, jazz, funk, R&B, blues, and rock. Their live performances deliver brazen jams and contagious grooves with a familiar yet altogether refreshing sonic palette, tipping a hat to such artists as Soulive, Grant Green, Dr. Lonnie Smith, and The New Mastersounds.


4pm- Moving Pictures: Hand-picked entertainment on the big screen each Sunday evening at the Way Station.

Galaxy Quest
Before Alan Rickman was the delicious Severus Snape, he was the "Marvin the Robot version of aliens" Alexander Dane. Sigourney Weaver went from bad-ass Alien killer to blond bimbo. Before Sam Rockwell fought the system in Moon, he was…that guy. Join us as we watch the ultimate ‘actors in real life’ sci-fi movie.

9pm- Nerd Karaoke
DJ JOE RUDE and The KINGS of KARAOKE present a Nerds Night to RAWK OUT at the BAR with the TARDIS!!! Come sing They Might Be Giants, Tom Lehrer, Jonathan Coulton, and MORE! No cover, awesome cocktails and fine beers on tap--its the best party Sunday can buy!


6pm- Monday Movie Madness:The Dark Crystal

8pm- Kate Mills
Genre: Soulful, Pop/folk
For fans of: Sara Bareilles, Grace Potter, Eva Cassidy, Diane Birch, Colbie Caillat

Kate Mills has been performing since she was 9 and released her first EP back in October 2013. She has a soulful, pop/folk sound and draws you in with her heartfelt and genuine lyrics. Her EP showcases the versatility of her smooth, buttery vocals and the well-crafted songs ranging from the soulful and sultry "Little Bird," to the fun, romantic single, "Cherry Tree" which makes the listener feel like they are on a stroll through Central Park on a Saturday afternoon. This social worker-turned-songwriter has performed at many legendary NYC venues such as Pianos, The Bitter End, and Rockwood Music Hall.

"Kate is a refreshing reminder of the power that is created when well-crafted music is coupled with the ability to captivate a live audience. Big things for Kate." - Jordan Belkin, HMR Live


9pm- Mary-Elaine Jenkins
Genre: Blues/Roots/Rock/Americana
For fans of: The Delta Blues, Lucinda Williams, Cat Power, Ryan Adams

Mary-Elaine Jenkins is a New York-based blueswoman. A South Carolina native and lifelong musician, she began performing live when she moved to Washington, DC for college. She came to New York by way of Madrid, where she spent two years teaching English, roaming around, and playing a whole lot of music. Her sound is a delicious and ever-evolving mix of blues, Americana roots, soul, and rock 'n roll, specializing in the sultry/spooky. This ain’t your mama’s singer/songwriter music.


10pm- James Margolis
Genre: Soul music
For fans of: Jeff Buckley, Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, Robert Glasper

I'm a rabid fan of music like jazz and blues and folk and funk and soul and anything that sounds good. And thus, I interpret my perception of all of the history of sound and music and the current vibes I'm getting through my guitar (and voice) to you.

“James Margolis is a unique musician. He is a guitarist, a composer, and a multi-instrumentalist. After moving to NYC, he has played shows at venues like: The Bitter End, Arlene's Grocery..."-theloaferonline.com


11pm- The Travelers  
Genre: rock-hop/funk & blues
For fans of: the Hazelton brothers, SmokeDawg Williams, Air Force One, Count Bassface

Our music is a  mix of jazz, blues, and hip hop. We have a flute, and the faith of a mustard seed. A flute! We'll take you places in the universe you've never been.


7:45pm- Art Talks Brooklyn
An informal speaker series highlighting the importance of Brooklyn art initiatives and how they positively impact our community. Monthly, we invite three speakers, each allotted 15 minutes, to talk about their organization's history, mission and creative public programming.

A great opportunity to get involved in your community and network!

The Invisible Dog Art Center, Risa Shoup, Associate Director

The Invisible Dog Art Center opened in October, 2009, a raw space in a vast converted factory building with a charmed history and an open-ended mission: to create, from the ground up, a new kind of interdisciplinary arts center. Over the last two years, over 50,000 people have attended our events: visual art exhibits; dance, theater, and music performances; film screenings; literary arts and poetry readings; lectures; community events; and more.

JACK, Alec Duffy, Artistic Director
Alec Duffy is the founder and Artistic Director of JACK, and of the theater company, Hoi Polloi, founded in 2007.  Recent theater work includes Our Planet (Japan Society, 2013), Beckett Solos (JACK, 2013),Baal (JACK, July 2012) Three Pianos (as creator/performer), produced at New York Theater Workshop and at American Repertory Theatre in 2010-12, All Hands, The less we talk and Dysphoria (Ontological Theater) and The Top Ten People of the Millennium Sing Their Favorite Schubert Lieder. In 2010, he directed the revival of Murder in the Cathedral at the Church of St. Joseph in Brooklyn. Awards and honors include OBIE Award (Three Pianos) and the Drama League Directing Fellowship. B.A. in Drama/German Studies, Duke University; Certificate in Theater, Ecole Jacques Lecoq, Paris, France.

Twitter: @jackartsny

651 ARTS, Candace Feldman, Associate Producer

651 ARTS continues the successful 26th season of the arts with programs from February to June. The season’s theme, Love in the Time of Brooklyn, reinforces 651’s commitment to serving our surrounding community and supporting Black Brooklyn-based artists, as well as artists abroad whose work connects with our community. 651 ARTS is committed to developing, producing and presenting performance and cultural programming from the African Diaspora, with a primary focus on contemporary performing arts. 651 ARTS serves the cultural life of New York City , with a particular focus on Brooklyn, one of America ’s most culturally diverse communities.


9pm- Sergej Avanesov Trio 
Genre: Jazz, Original music, fusion

Original music, influenced by rock, fusion and classical music


10pm- Zuni Mountain Boys
The Zuni Mountain Boys are an Americana duo based out of Brooklyn, NY. Connor McGinnis and Matt Campbell formed the group in early 2014. They recorded their first EP in East Nashville in late May over two days, and released it via bandcamp in August 2014. The five song EP consists predominantly of two acoustic guitars, and two part harmonies with Connor singing the leads, and Matt accompanying. Dobro and piano are the only other accents on the recording, leaving the sound spare, with little more than is necessary to deliver the song. The lyrics hesitate to dip into the abstract, and instead paint the sound with ordinary images that allow the listener to arrive at something larger on their own.


11pm- Tanbark
Genre: Americana
For fans of: Gillian Welch, Gram Parsons, Angel Olsen

Formed in Minneapolis and residing in Brooklyn, Tanbark is a sometimes acoustic duo, sometimes country band with an all the time affinity for close harmonies and lonesome melodies.


8pm- Bettina Schelker 
Genre: Folky Pop
For fans of: Tracy Chapman, Sheryl Crow, Indigo Girls

Swiss music sensation, Bettina Schelker, embarks on her 7th US tour and 2nd world tour with her 6th and current c.d. "Now What Maybe". The former winner of the John Lennon International Songwriting Contest has toured with or opened for Eric Clapton, Peter Frampton, Van Morrison, Jethro Tull, Super Tramp, Chumbawamba, Rhiana, Hansen and many more.  Her style has been compared to Tracy Chapman, Sheryl Crow and the Indigo Girls and she puts on a tremendous show. The internationally undefeated former National Boxing Champion, delivers quite a punch on stage and leaves her audiences begging for more.


9pm- AGOSTO 
Genre: Pop-Rock
For fans of: The Beatles, The Police, Coldplay, Blur, Pulp, Radiohead, Oasis

Pop-rock Songs with nice melodies and harmonies.

New Album "PODRIAMOS" was 3 times chosen as "Best 2014 pop-rock album", "Renovation, that's the feeling that you have between your chest and back when you listen to this beautiful Agosto Album, PODRIAMOS"("Ecos del Vinilo" - Dominican Republic) , "Best 2014 Indie band" ("La 100" Radio Station - Argentina)


10pm- Mind Open
Genre: Jazz/Rock/Boogaloo/Bossa/Psychedelic/Funk
For fans of: Medeski, Martin & Wood, Pat Metheny, Gary Burton, Stark Reality, Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass

Forget everything you thought you knew about Jam Bands. One of the freshest, exciting, and unique sounding bands on the scene today is the very talented Mind Open. Instrumental and jazz based, with a touch of rock, Brazilian, and psychedelic grooves, the Mind Open experience is one you have to see to believe. The bulk of the material the band plays is contributed by Vibist Chris Covais, and Guitarist Andrew Ahr. The rest? Rare grooves from obscure groovy jazz-funk, rock, and psych records. Make sure you see Mind Open spread peace, love, and good vibrations through the medium of music.


11pm- Vienna D'Amato Hall
Genre: folk-rock
For fans of: Ryan Adams, Laura Marling, Leonard Cohen, Robert Plant & Allyson Krauss.

Vienna’s music was first inspired by traditional, American Folk songs as well following the lyrical genius of her fellow Canadian, Leonard Cohen. During the making of her debut album, “It’s What the Dog Saw”, Vienna incorporated electric elements into her sound, resulting in story telling that progresses into a visceral explosion; this can be heard on such tracks as “It’s What the Dog Saw”, “Dear Child”, and “In the Orchard”.


8pm- Andrew Miramonti
Genre: Jazz, Instrumental, Guitar
For fans of: Bill Frisell, Pat Metheny, John Scofield, Wes Montgomery, Robben Ford

Andrew Miramonti is a guitarist and composer based in Brooklyn, NY. He performs regularly with his own band, in addition to being an in demand guitarist and session recording musician. He performs in New York City, regionally, and nationally with Jesus On The Mainline, Pete Ayres Band, High & Mighty Brass Band, Hudson Hank, Sarah Kervin, Glint, Mikki Hommel, Dave Hassell Quintet, and Erin Bowman. His compositions, though founded in jazz, are also greatly influenced by his Missouri roots of blues, folk, soul, and funk.


9pm- Natalie Mishell & Co. 
Genre: Americana
For fans of: Ryan Adams and The Cardinals

Natalie Mishell & Co are an Americana Folk band. With singer-song writer roots and jazzing it up a bit with a rock alt country flare.


10pm- The Jacks of Kings County
A Brooklyn-based country/americana/folk/rock band that will BLOW YOUR MIND with their original songs, tight arrangements, and angelic vocal harmonies.


11pm- All Night Chemists
Genre: Rock

A band that writes and records a musical potion of hypnotic sounds, unforgettable melodies, deep grooves, and intricate arrangements under the BQE in north Brooklyn...

Brad Gunyon, Len Monachello, and Brandon Wilde are All Night Chemists. Currently releasing two songs a month the trio continues to mix from song to song, both live and on record, with a variety of their fellow musicians.  The result are shows and recordings that are truly their own. All Night Chemists' songs have been featured in the television shows Castle, Mercy, Men in Trees, Life is Wild, and Reaper.  The song "Point of View" was featured in the 2007 film "Ornaments"

 “The Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist has a mellow, reflective voice that speaks to experience and a way with instrumentation that, as they say, goes easy on the ears.” 3hive


8pm- Big Dog Run
Genre: Americana
For fans of: The Civil Wars, Mumford and Sons, Jamestown Revival, Fleetwood Mac, Trampled by Turtles

Originally from Colorado, this six piece Americana band has brought a laid back, mile-high attitude to the gritty streets of New York. With thoughtful, entertaining lyrics, a one of a kind percussion spread, and rocking melodies to keep your foot tapping, Big Dog Run always puts on a show that’s not to be missed. 

“They have such a full and beautiful sound as well as amazing energy on stage.  Truthfully, I haven’t enjoyed a live show this much in a very long time,”  - In the Shed Media, Ltd.

“Big Dog Run’s multi-talented regime is bravely paving a new wave sound of a traditional musical art form.” -  Detoxaholic


9pm- Arun Ramamurthy Trio
Genre: Carnatic Jazz
For fans of: Ravi Shankar, Shakti, Cross-over Jazz

The Arun Ramamurthy Trio (ART) performs Jazz Carnatica. Rooted in the style of the virtuoso violinist Dr. Mysore Manjunath, Arun brings a fresh approach to the age-old South Indian classical repertoire. The trio’s collaborative sound is driven by the propulsive rhythm section of drummer Sameer Gupta & and bassist Perry Wortman. The Carnatic canon is remixed in this seamless integration of styles as the group expands on the traditional compositions in explosive, improvisational flights of fancy. Arun’s original compositions pay homage to Carnatic rhythmic structures and rich tonalities while expanding the music with a modern jazz backbeat.

“…a beautiful, exotic, ear-opening listening experience.” (All About Jazz)

“…..a captivating and inspirational listening experience, worthy of the highest recommendation for multicultural music collections.” (Midwest Book Review)

“Ramamurthy joins the successful few who have melded jazz and traditional Indian music” (RootsWorld)


10pm- The Sometime Boys
Genre: Progressive roots music
For fans of: The Band, Lucinda Williams, Yonder Mountain String Band

Founded in 2010 by vocalist Sarah Mucho and guitarist Kurt Leege, The Sometime Boys have quickly leapt to the forefront of the urban roots music scene in New York. Featuring succinct songwriting, they blend elements of bluegrass, country, folk, gospel and zydeco into a unique, refreshing Americana sound. Framing the elegance of MAC award winning vocalist Sarah Mucho is an intricate canvas of violin, guitar and keyboard brushstrokes and a soulful rhythm section that won't quit. After recording their debut album, 'Any Day Now' in 2010, The Sometime Boys added Pete O'Connell on upright bass, Jay Cowit on drums and Rebecca Weiner Tompkins on violin and have since been tearing it up on the New York music scene.

"The Sometime Boys are an experimental folk band who deserve to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry." -adobeandteardrops.blogspot.com

"Times may be tough, but music like this makes us think about what is most important." -overidon.com

"Their debut album Any Day Now was one of 2011's best, and their gentle but intense and unselfconsciously beautiful new one Ice and Blood is a strong contender for best of 2012." - New York Music Daily


8pm- JessieK & The Galactic Cats
Genre: Americana Pop Electric
For fans of: Metric, Death Cab for Cutie, M83, Regina Spektor

JessieK & The Galactic Cats is a high energy, get sucked into the music, take your heart and toss it around kind of band. With simple, yet moving chord progressions and catchy vocal melodies, you’ll want to hear what happens next and always want to come back for more!


9pm- Wandering Downhome
For fans of: Lumineers, the Civil Wars, and artist Amos Lee

Wandering Downhome is a four-piece band consisting of guitar, bass, and two female lead singers. Through folklore and a delta blues pulse, these two songbirds captivate audiences with their chilling harmonies. Wandering fluidly through genres, their sound appeals to any ear. Grounded in Downhome roots, they'll put you at ease, inviting you to be a part of their musical camaraderie. Welcome along their journey.


10pm- Comic Tales of Tragic Heartbreak
"You must not try to make love definite. It is the divine accident of life.”
So said Sherwood Anderson in his great book, Winesburg, Ohio. Comic Tales of Tragic Heartbreak knows all about accidents. Of birth. Of place and strange times. Of music heard through screen windows in summer, of lonely faces in discos while blizzards raged outside in the Northern night.

What’s a young criminal to do? Read every book he can get his hands on, obsess over record club 45s, play the theme song to MASH over and over on a rented trumpet, lose a thousand fistfights till he finally wins one. Ride a stolen bike, a bus, a train, get out.

Years later, redemption at last. Robert Whaley is just about where he should be. Compared to everyone from David Byrne to Leonard Cohen, he’s been welcoming audiences into a private world of enchantment and debauchery, and oh the influences are clear:  Anderson (words and emotions), Fossee (dance and controlled hysteria), poetry (Artaud and

Whaley had a lot of practice riding the line between rock n’ roll, performance art, and stand up comedy as the front man for The Niagaras, a legendary force of Manhattan’s live music scene of 80s and 90s, when a wild front man could dance on bar tops and swing from the rafters without getting banned, except for when he was:

“Lunacy? Spectacle? And music too??”- Rene Chun, New York Times

No wonder the attraction included a “celebrity” following – everyone from Ethan Hawke to Kevin Spacey to Gwyneth Paltrow to the good people in Anthrax.

As a songwriter, Whaley has covered a lot of ground and has shown range through a number of outlets.  He cowrote and recorded the original score for the feature film, Joe the King, starring Val Kilmer, and has also written for the stage –his rock musical Wrong Way Up ran off-Broadway at NYC’s Zipper Theater. He is currently working with playwright Matthew Freeman on a musical adaptation of the great 1908 novel, Buried Alive – now titled Selling Sacred Objects.

Meat Market Lullaby, the second album from Comic Tales of Tragic Heartbreak, reflects an obsession with pre-1974 soul, filled with nuance and tender bitter sweetness.  Jazz pianist Mara Rosenbloom sets the tone with her loose/attacking, touch on grand piano and Rhodes. Pete O’Connell lends a sophisticated sense of drive and counterpoint as both bassist and co-arranger. Whaley’s long-time collaborator, lead guitarist and singer, Tony Grimaldi, shines with masterful harmonies and chunky guitar lines.  Chris Schultz, percussionist with Blue Man Group, shimmers, cascades and of course, rocks.

Recorded live in the studio with a minimum of overdubs, a maximum of misfit charm, and this: “Only the few know the sweetness of the twisted apples.” (Sherwood Anderson, again.)


4pm- Moving Pictures: Hand-picked entertainment on the big screen each Sunday evening at the Way Station.

Monty Python & the Holy Grail
March came in like a lion, and will go out like a killer rabbit. King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table set out to find the Holy Grail, and then all hell breaks loose. From the Knights Who Say ‘Ni', to the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch, to the Knights Who So Recently Said ‘Ni’, watch as our band of misfits try to get something out the deal. Oh, and Camelot!

6:30pm- Nerd Cabaret 

9pm- Nerd Karaoke
DJ JOE RUDE and The KINGS of KARAOKE present a Nerds Night to RAWK OUT at the BAR with the TARDIS!!! Come sing They Might Be Giants, Tom Lehrer, Jonathan Coulton, and MORE! No cover, awesome cocktails and fine beers on tap--its the best party Sunday can buy!


6:30pm- Cartoons

7pm- Monday Movie Madness:Willow

 9pm- Board Game Night
Bring your favorite game or mine our collection. Dot is slinging drinks all night long, $4 drafts. Best price in town!

8pm- Birdthrower 
Genre: Alternative Acoustic
For fans of:  If you like the music of Nick Cave or Sun Kil Moon or The Jesus Lizard or Earth, Wind and Fire you might like me.

I’ve been writing songs on acoustic guitar for many years.  I'm told I've written some good ones. I sing my songs with style and a sort of rude gusto and I play decent straight forward guitar, mostly finger picking. I might seem a little bent out of shape sometimes, and that can be amusing.  I call myself Birthrower because I like what the word conjures.


9pm- The Dragonflies
Genre: Jazz/Pop/World/Indie
For fans of: Regina Spektor, Feist, Kat Edmonson, Bon Iver, Ingrid Michaelson

The Dragonflies is a new women-fronted band with sensuous melodies, unexpected lyrics, and a sophisticated international flavor. Vlada’s slightly breathy and breath-taking vocals and Sana’s exquisite violin improvisations will make your head turn 360 degrees. They speak the languages of jazz, pop, and folk music from around the world with equal ease. Their renditions of ballades de torches francais will make you remember words you’ve never known — ou-la-la! — while their catchy and driven originals can become the background music in your mind.


10pm- Joe Pino Organ Trio
Genre: Jazz, funk, soul
High energy trio playing original music.

11pm- Very Good
Genre: Folk/Rock/Soul
For fans of: Steve Reich, Bjork, Leonard Cohen, and the Band

Very Good. In these times, where irony and passivity reign, we must create ways of saying things without actually saying them. Thus: this band is Very Good.

It’s issues like this that Sean Cronin's Very Good addresses, and consequently questions the importance of; all while creating musical tapestries that create a journey through styles and various states of lucidity. Sean Cronin is the band’s leader, and his musical life is a testament to the diversity of this project. Cronin was raised on Country, trained in Classical, steeped in Punk Rock, and brought to maturity as a Jazz musician. Similar tales have shaped all of the members of the band, and Very Good is Cronin’s place to conglomerate such stories into song. The band’s malleable nature enables it to fit into any circumstance – be it a dance party or a theatre. Whether they’re performing in the dark, singing a capella to announce that “the show will start soon”, or joined by a marching band that emerges from the audience, Very Good is always full of color, spontaneity, and madness. Very good, indeed.


8pm- Mickey Ehrlich
Genre: Singer-Songwriter
For fans of: Loudon Wainwright III, Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs

Mickey Ehrlich has been writing and performing his original songs at clubs in Brooklyn and across the north east for more than a decade. He recorded his first album, Portrait of the Young Man as an Artist (Halfcut Records), when he was just 16. He has shared bills with luminaries such as Richard Buckner and Hammel on Trial. Mickey has been described as having the "raw emotion of Tom Waits combined with the easygoing humor of Loudon Wainwright III."


9pm- Fellaheen
Genre: Alt / indie / Americana
For fans of: Tom Waits, Lou Reed, the Band

Fellaheen whips up a lyrical mix of alt rock ’n’ roll, scratchy blues, Americana-rama, and downbeat jazz informed with a murky existential wit, comparable to the likes of Tom Waits, Wilco, the Velvet Underground, and Kurt Weill. More deeply-rooted influences include Beggar’s Banquet-era Stones, the Beatles, Captain Beefheart, Randy Newman, Leonard Cohen, and Mose Allison.
Fellaheen is led by Bruce Hanson, a somewhat-grizzled veteran musician born in Chicago and raised in New Jersey, who specializes in writing slightly off-kilter original songs about shady characters, particle physics, love ’n’ hate, and works of art in the age of mechanical reproduction. Joining Bruce in Fellaheen’s live performances are Ben Dumbauld (accordion, percussion), David Evan (lead guitar), Kaveh Haghtelab (drums), and Nick Sullivan (bass, vocals).

On March 1, Fellaheen will release a new full-length album (recorded primarily at Seaside Lounge Studios in Park Slope, Brooklyn), entitled “You Either Get Hands or Get Wings”, the followup to its highly-acclaimed 2012 release “Death & Frolic”.

“Armed with oddball, brilliant compositions containing humor, verve, alacrity, and mysteriousness, [Fellaheen’s] songs play out as a cinematic noir soundtrack to a movie that doesn’t exist. Bruce Hanson plays the world-weary, self-destructive private dick hellbent on solving the vicissitudes of his own psyche.” —Mike Greenblatt, Aquarian Weekly

“You just gotta admire the ambition, ingenuity and imagination at work.... [Fellaheen] skillfully blends elements of moody jazz, gritty blues, and melodic alternative rock into a fresh, compelling and harmonic synthesis. The cool, raspy vocals likewise hit the soulful spot. Ditto the quirky, yet incisive lyrics. Best of all, there's a hypnotic smoky atmosphere evident throughout which adds immensely to the overall sonic richness of this excellent and inspired oddball project.” —Joe Wawyrnizak, Jersey Beat Magazine 


10pm- David Luther
Genre: Rhythm n' Blues, Soul, Rock
For fans of: Little Richard, Sam Cooke, The Coasters, Stax Records, Junior Walker, Los Lobos, The Band

David Luther is a saxophonist, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist hailing from Michigan, and residing in Brooklyn. A pursuit of jazz eventually yielded to the carnal delights of rhythm n' blues and rock n' roll, especially that of the early days when shuffle was king, dancing was all but compulsory, and a honking saxophone reigned as the original lead guitar. The love and reverence for this music has informed a number of projects over the years, including the most current, The Free Alternatives: a loose confederation of like-minded musicians on a lifelong quest for deep pockets and indelible grooves. David spent much of the last eight years as a member of Meat Loaf’s band, which involved a number of world tours, TV appearances, and most recently, a residency in Las Vegas. He has also appeared with Bettye Lavette, Katy Perry, Jimmy McGriff, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Reuben Wilson, The Temptations, Clarence Clemmons, and the Easy Star All-Stars.


11pm- TBA