Bridge and Tunnel Soundtrack Release Ft. John Nolan, Vinnie Caruana &
Studio at Webster HallDecember 29, 2014 7:30 PM
125 East 11th Street
New York, NY 10003
Vinnie Caruana is an singer/songwriter and guitarist from Long Island, New York, who played with several hardcore outfits before releasing any solo material. After a six-year run as the vocalist of The Movielife, from 1997 to 2003, he went on to sing with I Am the Avalanche and Los Angeles-based band Peace'd Out, while also taking the time to perform on his own around the New York city area. With a decidedly mellow, indie folk sound, Caruana dropped his debut solo in 2013.
Often referred to as the "godmother of punk," Patti Smith has lived a full life and contributed a dutiful load to the evolution of music in the 20th century. Getting her start in the mid-1970s, during the gestation of punk rock, Smith combined her adept spoken word work with simple, no frills, three-chord song progressions to create a realized proto-punk sound. But her songs weren't about causing havoc; rather, they were about elevating yourself and gaining an education to contribute something vital to society. Smith is still at it and even though her old New York City haunts (Max's Kansas City and CBGB's) have withered away, the iconic singer/songwriter is still going strong.
Lennon: Through a Glass Onion is a musical theater production that honors the music, life and genius of legendary artist John Lennon. Written and originally performed by John R. Waters, an Australian actor and musician, as well as singer and pianist Stewart D'Arrietta, the show features all ofLennon's most iconic songs, such as "Strawberry Fields Forever," "Imagine" and "Lucy In the Sky with Diamonds."