New Locations Jan – Apr 2015
Urban H2O @ Home Presents…
A Tall Cool Drink Of Water
Music 8:00PM $10 + ‘Pay What You Can’
While CURB undergoes renovations, please join us for a series of intimate acoustic house concerts enhanced by fine food and craft beer. All Urban H2O @ Home shows will feature free craft beer from series sponsor Captain Lawrence along with Mark’s home-made Pastrami sandwiches and Absolute Bagels with home-smoked fish (available for a suggested donation). Seating is limited to 50 so reservations are required.
Reserve for ‘Music Only’ at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre-show craft beer and artisan cheese tasting 6:30PM $20
Come early and join Mark and Beth for a craft beer and artisan cheese tasting sponsored by Garden Gourmet Market. Four pairings will be offered along with fresh bread and fruit. Specific pairing will be announced in early January.
Reserve by Tuesday, February 12th at email@example.com
Email reservations are REQUIRED for all shows. Show location in the park Hill neighborhood of Yonkers will be emailed when you reserve.
“Ana has the rare gift of being so eloquent and simple that she takes your breath away. I just love her.” -SHAWN COLVIN
Ana Egge was born in Canada and raised by her parents with ‘simple hippie values’ in ND and NM. Ana’s self titled and 8th album will be released in the spring of 2015. It’s a down to earth, spirit infused collection of 10 all new acoustic songs supported by her backing band The Stray Birds. A Documentary about Ana and her music, ‘Bright Shadow’ is scheduled for release spring 2015
“Lucinda Williams once called her “a folk Nina Simone.” But Ana Egge is more country than that. Raised by hippies who grew wheat in North Dakota, the Brooklyn singer–songwriter crafts homespun hymns on her sixth disc to sing with your bare feet on the dashboard. “Bully of New York” recounts a sad late–night conversation between Egge and a park ranger whose hours broke up his marriage (best part: She met him while hitchhiking). Egge’s rootsy pedal–steel pop recalls singers like Shawn Colvin, but her sharply observed tales of the overlooked and underpaid feel utterly of the moment.” Melissa Maerz – Rolling Stone
Saturday, April 18th Over The Rhine – Irvington Town Hall – Presented in conjunction with Common Ground Community Concerts
All tickets include free craft beer from series sponsor the award winning Captain Lawrence Brewery
Food for the artists and audience generously donated by series sponsor the Garden Gourmet Market