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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Events through Oct. 5, 2014

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.

Can't see the show in person stream it live here 

8pm- Cara Scarmack
Genre: Folk
For fans of: Gillian Welch, The Lonesome Sisters, The Carter Family

Cara Scarmack is a theatre-maker and musician based in New York City. A native of Ohio, she’s got Appalachia in her heart and in her lungs. Singing songs of love, longing, heartbreak and home, Scarmack’s music is here and now. And it takes you way back to the old days…


9pm- Motel Sinclair 
Genre: Americana, alt-country, indie-rock & roll
For fans of: Cowboy Junkies, Fleetwood Mac, Janis Joplin

Motel Sinclair play heartfelt songs of love, betrayal, and redemption; music that is true to the soul and easy on the ear. Band members have played venues as diverse as Pennsylvania country fairs, upstate honky tonks, NYC's hippest clubs, and our finest mental health institutions. It all comes together in an honest rendition of life's ups, downs, and get-back-up-agains.



10pm- Three Pints Shy
Genre: Irish Rock Band
For fans of: Black 47, The Pogues, U2


11pm- Doll Magdalene
Genre: Folk Rock
For fans of: Mumford And Sons (if the sons were daughters), June Carter and Dolly Parton meet Thelma and Louise

We are Doll Magdalene. A folk/rock/pop fusion band. Formed out of the love of country music. Our songs are a litany of dark humor, ghost stories, and creepy tales of the west.

“Doll Magdalene’s haunting sound and chilling lyrical story telling gave me the best nightmares I’ve had in years” -Gene Getman, Jizzaball.com
“The beautifully sinister harmonies coupled with a honkytonk twang gives Doll Magdalene the feel of a haunted hootenanny.” -Roanoke-Chowan Herald


8pm- Robin Irene Moss
Genre: singer/songwriter
For fans of: Ingrid Michaelson, Regina Spektor, Ella Fitzgerald

Robin Irene is a Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter. She writes and sings honest, passionate, sometimes sassy songs from the heart. Inspired by classic jazz, Motown, folk, and contemporary singer/songwriters, she has a unique sound. Her upcoming EP is titled, “I Like You”.


9pm- Phantom Pop
Genre: Jazz/Funk
For fans of: Snarky Puppy, Lettuce, Robert Glasper Experiment

Phantom Pop is a project created by Dave Lowenthal to record an album of original music. Dave is joined by Josh Schusterman on Drums, Haruka Yabuno on Keys, Matt Giella on Cornet , and Atsushi Ouchi on Tenor Sax. The music combines elements of modern jazz, funk, fusion, and neo-soul. The album will be released in 2014


10pm- 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.


11pm- Stompcat 
Genre: Dance Rock
For fans of: Daft Punk, Billy Joel, Foster The People 

It’s like a rock concert, a musical and church crashed into each other. Mark and Will have a band. They’ve been hired to play your high school reunion. Everyone in the audience puts on name tags, enters the raffle, and watches as a concert slowly implodes. 


8pm- Joshua Garcia
Genre: Folk, Country, Blues
For fans of: Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Townes Van Zandt, Woody Guthrie

Joshua Garcia is a folk-singer/songwriter whose music and writing style draw from the influences of his musical heroes Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, and Johnny Cash. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Joshua spent time writing and performing in Providence, RI before settling down in Brooklyn, New York.

A firm believer in the power of song and 'the album' as an artistic format, Joshua is currently in pre-production for his first official release slated for December 2014/January 2015.
Stay tuned! and as he often tells his audiences:
"If you do your best to listen; I'll do my best to remember the words!


9pm- 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!”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYh8ZIO1J9M http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2ret71llTc 

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- Double Down
Genre: Swing/Rock/Pop
For fans of: Frank Sinatra, Brian Setzer, Michael Buble, Chicago

Rat Pack style swing with a high energy, modern edge. Imagine the good old days of popular music with a modern twist! From Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin to classic pop/rock hits from the 80′s and 90′s and today, Double Down swings the hell out of everything. Take a look and discover New York City’s best kept secret that is poised to take over!

"This band has a tight sound and keeps the audience on their feet. I booked them for a dance event, and not only did the guests talk about them for weeks afterwards, they requested that we hire them for nearly every upcoming event." - Stacee Mandeville, featured dancer of Mad Hot Ballroom

"Double Down performs with an infectious energy, you can't help but tap your feet. We booked them for several gigs, and they never fail to make our events a smashing success." - Tommy Sunshine, NY impessario


7:30pm- The Devil-Ettes: mini dance performance
Genre: 60s Go Go
For fans of:  Sixties Beach, Spy and Space Movies!

The Devil-Ettes (San Francisco) wear pink miniskirts, white vinyl go go boots & petite hand made devil horns. These go-go goddesses have gained notoriety for “settin’ the fringe a flyin’” at their wacky, wickedly wild high-energy shows. Keeping the lost art of retro dances alive since 1998, these gals are living masters of the most vivacious dances from the vortex of the heyday of 1950's - 1970’s including the Hully Gully, the Twist, the Frug, the Watusi and oh, so many more great dance steps! In addition to numerous performances in their hometown of San Francisco, the girls’ fancy footwork has taken them to NYC, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Seattle, San Diego and beyond! Honest-to-goodness GO GO DANCERS! Right there before your very eyes. You’ll think you’ve  died and gone to Go Go Heaven.

"San Francisco's favorite traveling theme party." - San Francisco Chronicle
"You've got to see it to believe it!" - Bay Guardian


8-10pm- The Salt Cracker Crazies
For fans of: The Memphis Jug Band, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Emmett Otter’s Jug Band Christmas

The Salt Cracker Crazies have been playing their own brand of jug centric skiffle for centuries. They sing about unicorns. They sing about fireworks. They sing about poontang. Once you've heard their bone rattling, floor shaking, gut thumping hokum, you'll want to bang on something...hard.

10pm- The Sometime Boys
Genre: Americana (folk/country/bluegrass/blues)
For fans of: Joni Mitchell, Iron & Wine, Nick Drake, Loretta Lynn, Jorma Kaukonen

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

Website: www.thesometimeboy.com, www.facebook.com/thesometimeboys, www.reverbnation.com/thesometimeboys
Audio: https://www.facebook.com/Thesometimeboys/app_2405167945?ref=ts
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoXFC5Vz13I&feature=player_embedded

Midnight Special - Eric Vitoff

Inspired by Eric Vitoff’s music and name,  The Way Station owner Andy Heidel has created a signature dish based on Eric’s favorite food. Heidel has invented Steak Vitoff, a sirloin steak topped with gorgonzola, blackberry balsamic vinaigrette reduction served on a crostini. Heidel will serve up samples of Steak Vitoff as a midnight snack during Eric’s show on Sept. 26.

Genre: looping/acoustic/house/dance
For fans of: Daft Punk, James Blake, Reggie Watts, John Mayer, Bag Raiders

Long Island born and raised and now Brooklyn based, Eric Vitoff's tunes toe the imaginary line between the genres of house/dance and acoustic singer-songwriter. Equipped just with an acoustic guitar and some effects pedals, he builds pulsing, colorful beats that make your feet move and your mind wonder just where all those sounds are coming from.


8pm- Yellowcake
Genre: Latin/funk/soul
For fans of: Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings, Alice Russell, Jamiroquai, Ceu, Orgone, Lake Street Dive

Diversity is the key ingredient to the Yellowcake sound. With music that transcends culture, style and language, this NYC band is putting a global pulse on the city's music scene. Yellowcake officially formed in 2009 and today is a group of individuals who share a passion for creating original music that draws on their different backgrounds and musical influences. From the cross-genre melding of Latin rhythms with funk grooves to the group's unique combination of musicians, you never know what you might see, hear, or feel at a Yellowcake show. Come vibe.


9pm- Cuervo Jones
Who is Cuervo Jones?
Combining catchy melodies, driving rhythms, and powerful guitar, this dance punk power trio exploded on NYC scene in 2013. Pulling from the best of their favorite bands: the Ramones, Arctic Monkeys, and the Strokes, Cuervo Jones will be in your head long after the last cymbal crash and barre chord have faded out into the night.


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.

We'll be playing the new episode for you 2-3 times every Sunday starting at 4pm.
More info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/825874687432848/

10pm- 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- Monster Monday Madness: The Entity

8pm- Steve Volkmann
Genre: alternative folk rock
For fans of: Mark Knopfler, Jack Bruce, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Lou Reed, Elvis Costello and The Grateful Dead

New York singer/songwriter, bass player Steve Volkmann performs original songs that tell stories from his experiences in daily life. Inspired by the music he grew up listening to in the 70’s and 80’s, he picked up the guitar and electric bass and began playing in original rock n’ roll bands in the Boston, MA and Providence, RI areas. Steve moved to New York City ten years ago and currently focuses on playing acoustic bass and writing new songs.



9pm- Alex Alexion
Genre: Indie
For fans of: Tori Amos, Fiona Apple, Regina Spektor, Ani Difranco

Born In MA.  Living in NYC.  It’s just me and my piano. 


10pm- Audio Romance
For fans of: David Bowie-Ride-The Velvet Underground-The Verve- Scott Walker- John Martyn

Since leaving Alberta Cross, co-founding member and bassist Terry Wolfers & keyboardist Alec Higgins have joined with Female Vocalist Betsi Valentine and are currently working on their first record together as Audio Romance. This will be their first live performance. 


11pm- Nick Sumner
Genre: Singer/Songwriter, Rock
For fans of: Ray Lamontagne, Biffy Clyro, Tom Waits, Jeff Buckley

Nick weaves haunting lyrics and graceful melodies, bringing them to life through emotionally charged performances. Part of what makes his set an experience, more than simply a show, is his ability to take the audience with him to the places that inspire the music. He has been to SXSW and shared the stage with Slash when he fronted a hard-rock trio, but finds no greater fulfillment than to forge a bond between himself and his audience.


8pm- Liza Warrior Princess
Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter
For fans of: Johnny Cash, Lana Del Ray, Vladimir Nabokov, Spike Jonze, and Patsy Cline

Liza Warrior Princess is a modern folk singer-songwriter based in Gowanus, but originally hailing from Detroit, Michigan. Her fiery vocal stylings mix the bluesy grit of her dystopian hometown with the spooky dissonance of her Slavic motherland. With an eye for the absurd in the modern tech landscape, her lyrics explore the numerous ways we embrace and yet fear our iPhones and (oh yes) our OKCupid profiles. Unlike recent big acts in the world of folk, she refuses to wear suspenders and/or pretend it is 1890.


9pm- The Saturday Giant
Genre: art rock
For fans of: Radiohead, Sigur Ros, Pinback, The Antlers

The Saturday Giant is the one-man art-rock band from Columbus, Ohio, established in 2010. Since then, The Saturday Giant has produced three releases, played dozens of shows across the U.S., collaborated with technology conferences and performing arts groups, and become one of the most respected acts in his hometown—all while crafting an innovative and compelling live show in which he sculpts layers of guitars, drums, bass lines, beat boxing, keyboards and vocals into towering walls of sound, without the aid of prerecorded samples. Even while maintaining his rigorous touring schedule, The Saturday Giant is preparing his full-length debut for 2014.

"A one man band who carries the show with charismatic charm and pop hooks." -The Sunday Idiom [Michigan]

"Downright impressive…an indie-rock take on the one-man band with pop-melodies and looped reverb goodness." -Knoxville Music Warehouse [Tennessee]

"Previously, Andrew Bird was the one exception to my anti-one-man-band rule. As of last weekend, Saturday Giant is my new exception." -The Other Paper [Ohio]

http://youtu.be/rDTpk4p1yr0 - "The Fix"
http://vimeo.com/33752501 - "When Death Comes"

10pm- Natalie Mishell 
Genre: Folk, Alt Country
For fans of: Ryan Adams, Rachael Yamagata, Mazy Star 

Natalie Mishell was born and raised in Southern CA where she began singing at the early age of 8. She taught herself how to play guitar and started writing songs at 18. Shortly after she moved to NYC to begin her song writing career and now plays with her full band Natalie Mishell & Co.  at many of the local NYC venues. She has two records and a single under her belt, “In My Shoes”  (2010)  “Sunshine” (2011) and “Goodnight Stranger”  that was just released last year.  Since then Natalie Mishell & Co. have been touring and promoting the new tunes! 


11pm- Dave Hassell Quintet 
Genre: jazz, contemporary
For fans of: Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter

Brooklyn based bass player and composer Dave Hassell draws from his diverse background to deliver a genuine and solid musical foundation. Drawing from his rock, funk, jazz, and folk backgrounds he brings a fresh and unique palate of sounds to the table, and consistently pushes others to explore new terrain. Along with being an in demand sideman in several groups, he also leads the Dave Hassell Quintet, which just released their debut album entitled "Bearings". The album is available to stream, download, and order at loozthehoff.bandcamp.com

Wednesday 10/1
8pm- The Irresponsibles 
Genre: Brooklyn Soul/Rock
For fans of: Otis Redding, Amy Winehouse

Brooklyn soul fusing elements of funk and blues. Two powerhouse female vocalists front a seven-piece band featuring dual guitars and organ. Classic Motown beats serve as a launching pad to electric dance grooves and interstellar boogie.


9pm- Cropdust
Genre: Old-Time
For fans of: Old Crow Medicine Show, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Doc Watson

Cropdust is a lively five-piece string band who play original roots music inhabited by the spirits of old-timey Americana.


10pm- Out of System Transfer 

Genre: folk-punk
For fans of: World/Inferno, The Band, Defiance OH, Against Me, Crass,

Out of System Transfer comes from Brooklyn, and plays high-energy, semi-acoustic folk-punk. With songs that are fun and danceable with a message of social justice and rebellion, their music has been described as "perfectly crazy and political without being po-faced or didactic." Live shows with Out of System Transfer are an engaging mix of jangly punk, punchy brass, and crisp vocal harmonies, enjoyable for all who like dancing, yelling, and mayhem. On top of playing some of New York's coolest indie venues like the Delancey, the Silent Barn, and Goodbye Blue Monday, they perform at events supporting activist groups like SolidarityNYC and the Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls.


11pm- Nolan Kennedy
Genre: singer songwriter, alternative
For fans of: Ray Lamontagne, Goo Goo Dolls, Ed Sheeran, Gavin Degraw
Born with an ear for music, Nolan Kennedy draws listeners in with his compelling music. Inspired by life events, Nolan’s ultimate goal is to help people. He writes to help listeners reflect on their hardships as well as appreciate their greatest memories.


Thursday 10/2
8pm- Doors
$15 advance-sale guaranteed seating at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/869190
$10 GA at the door

9pm- Show time 
We're back at The Way Station, Brooklyn's famous Bar With the blue box, with performances by Wasabassco favorites Nasty Canasta, Hazel Honeysuckle, and Stella Chuu. Hosted by Doc Wasabassco. 


SUPER WEEK 10/3-12
Anyone with a New York Super Week card will receive happy hour prices all week.  


8pm- Bucky Hayes
Bucky Hayes is a Brooklyn-based, by way of Georgia, Singer-Songwriter.  Influenced by the melodies and craftsmanship of classic country and soul music, he constructs his own tunes and sound with roots in these styles filtered through the urban experiences, which are his everyday existence.


9pm- The Doubleclicks
Genre: Nerd Folk
For fans of: Kimya Dawson, Jonathan Coulton, Amanda Palmer, Tom Lehrer

The Doubleclicks sing heartfelt songs about geeky things like Dungeons and Dragons, dinosaurs, and Pride & Prejudice. The sisters from Portland, Oregon play cello and ukulele and travel the country playing for "nerds" and "normals" everywhere. Their 2013 album Lasers and Feelings hit the top 10 in Billboard's comedy charts and included the viral hit geek girl anthem, "Nothing to Prove."

“The Doubleclicks are my favorite. They’re sisters, they play the ukulele and the cello, and they sing about nerd stuff like D&D, dinosaurs, WoW. They are just delightful people, too, and I can’t wait to perform with them again.” — Wil Wheaton (Star Trek, The Guild, Big Bang Theory)


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."


Midnight Special: Chris Ford 
Genre: Pop/alternative/folk
For fans of: Ed Sheeran, Passenger, Elliot Smith, Damien Rice

During a mad cap adventure to New York, Chris had the amazing opportunity of interviewing John Cale of The Velvet Underground. Getting on well, John encouraged Chris to perform for the first time in his life in the west village. Chris returned to London and began writing his first album This Atlantic Low. Released in Ireland, My Strength My Weakness and The Morning Light achieved widespread airplay on national radio. Going back to basics on his next album, All Caught Up, an album inspired by Bruce Springsteen’s Nebraska, the track When The Sun Grows Cold started picking up very strong radio support around the UK. After signing with Cooking Vinyl Music Chris has been recording tracks for his next album with Pascale Giovetto [My Bloody Valentine, Elvis Costello, Bjork] 

“Imaginative and Captivating” The Guardian
“The best attributes of the best singer/songwriters around” The Irish Times
“Instant recognition many artists crave but only few can achieve” Hot Press



8pm- Stanley John Mitchell and his Band of Buddies
Genre: Americana/singer -songwriter
For fans of: Mumford and Sons, Neil Finn, Chuck Berry

Native New Zealander Stanley John Mitchell is a veteran of the New York alternative scene. After arriving here with legendary Kiwi band ‘The Drongos’ Stanley J soon established himself as a songwriting force. His current band ‘Stanley John Mitchell and his Band of Buddies’ plays original material inspired by the Americana/Roots American style he loves so much. These influence’s, along with Stan’s own South Pacific background make for a delightfully original sound.

“A delightful mélange of funk rhythms, country harmonies, precisely layered guitar counterpoint and airy folk-rock sounds, with many influences, old and new, absorbed into a delightfully original sound.” - Robert Palmer, New York Times


9pm- Chevy Lopez
Genre: Indie Funk/Jazz
For fans of: Big Brother and the Holding Company, Amy Winehouse, John Butler Trio

Chevy Lopez is a high-energy fusion band that tours the tri-state and beyond, blending everything from soul to reggae. A mix of New Jersey and NYC dwellers, Chevy Lopez has come a long way from their cover band roots. Their original tunes now bring audiences to the brink of frenzied, funkadelic, fanaticism. Featuring: Lexi Todd on Vocals, Greg Warren on Lead Guitar, Julian Massiah on Saxophone, Chris Cielazewicz on Drums, Giovanni Stockton-Roussini on Bass Guitar, and Ryan McShea on Rhythm Guitar/Keyboard/Percussion. Find Chevy Lopez on Facebook for more information, links to music, and future dates and locations!  

"With a striking leading lady and her sultry vocal skills, the funk-reggae-jam-rock-fusion ban Chevy Lopez has something extra special..." -Victoria Lassonde - The Sandpaper

"Chevy Lopez flat out killed it with their soulful, jazz-rock fusion style and impressive jam sessions." -- Michael Molinaro, The Sandpaper

10pm- Kagero
Genre: Japanese Gypsy Rock
For fans of: Gogol Bordello meets David Bowie

Upbeat, folky pop songs with world music flavors, sung by a Japanese man with a British accent. Kagero’s sound is a melting pot of tonalities and rhythms from Asia, the Middle East, South America and Eastern Europe -- "Cultural Confusion". Sometimes the songs are beautiful imagery, sometimes sad folk tales, and sometimes silly songs about drinking. But the tunes are always fun, and the show is high energy dancing good time.

"Kagero’s world music goulash is very tasty -- even if you don’t always know what’s you’re eating."

“Rooted in uplifting elements from eclectic origins, "Japanese Gypsy Rock" unites Kagero’s musical influences and talents into a cross-culture dance party.” 
by Meijin Bruttomesso, The Deli Magazine


Midnight Special- The Fantastic Plastics
Genre: Neo New Wave
For fans of: Devo, The Flaming Lips, Man or Astroman?, B-52s, The Faint, The Cars, Blondie, The White Stripes

If Devo and The White Stripes hooked up and had a love child that child would be The Fantastic Plastics. A 2 piece Girl/Boy combo, The Fantastic Plastics deliver big sound with their Moog synth, big rock guitars, and electro drum and bass. Their electric stage show is enhanced with vintage TVs, and Atari Video Music Machine, costumes, and songs you can’t help but sing along to all night long. We Are Obsolete!

https://soundcloud.com/thefantasticplastics/overtime  --- Overtime!
https://soundcloud.com/thefantasticplastics/we-are-obsolete --- We Are Obsolete
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgqh_R2LPYs --- Under The Knife (video)


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

We'll be playing the new episode for you 2-3 times every Sunday starting at 4pm.
More info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/825874687432848/

10pm- 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!