It’ll be a weird and wonderful night on Friday, Dec. 11 at The Living Room in Brooklyn.
Stew, the main main in the band The Negro Problem and the Tony Award-winning creator of “Passing Strange,” will be playing a role of “Singing MC” at The Living Room.
It’ll be Stew’s second appearance in recent months at the newish Brooklyn home of the longtime Lower East Side music venue.
He’ll be hosting an evening of music featuring a spending lineup of quirky performers, including a favorite of mine: quirky singer/songwriter/actress Eszter Balint. If you don’t know her music — no shame in that because her albums have been few and far between — be sure to check out her newest collection, Airless Midnight, released earlier this year. It’s in my regular listening rotation.
Chris Rael’s Church of Betty is headlining the bill, which also features an appearance by singer Carol Lipnik.
The Living Room is at 134 Metropolitan Ave. in Brooklyn. The show’s posted start time is 8 p.m. Tickets are $15 and available by clicking here.
Read Stew’s Facebook announcement of the below:
Come see moi in the guise of “The Singing MC” on Friday Dec. 11th at The Living Room where I’ll be hosting,…
Posted by Stew & The Negro Problem on Saturday, November 7, 2015