Marek and the Boss Chops / Karate Elvis / Kelley Swindall / Lorraine Leckie / Warren Malone / Emily Mure

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Marek and the Boss Chops / Karate Elvis / Kelley Swindall / Lorraine Leckie / Warren Malone / Emily Mure
Tuesday, July 22, 2014 7:00 PM
Arlene's Grocery, New York, NY
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  • Ticket Price: $8.00
  • Door Time: 7:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
Marek and the Boss Chops: Marek and the Boss Chops is a piano pounding, vocally driven spin on boogie woogie, honky tonk, and early rock & roll. Marek Sapieyevski (piano/vocals) leads a full throttle run through the stuff of Hank, Fats, Chuck, Jerry Lee, Muddy and more. With Charley Layton (bass), Griffin Sherbert (drums), and special guests on saxophone, fiddle, or guitar.
Emily Mure: Emily Mure is classically trained oboist turned folk singer-songwriter. Born and bred in New York City, she attended LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts in Manhattan for oboe, competing and performing in reputable venues including Carnegie Hall, Avery Fischer Hall and Alice Tully Hall, all before the age of 17. Emily decided to further pursue music and attended Ithaca College where she studied Oboe Performance and Psychology. It was here that she discovered Folk and Bluegrass music and decided to learn guitar. Her grandfather, musician Billy Mure, bought Emily her first guitar. After just one week of playing and a lesson with Ithaca College student and current Howlin’ Brothers’ guitarist Jared Green, she immediately started writing songs. Odyssey, set for release on July 30th 2013, was recorded by Brandon Wilde at Studio 76 in Brooklyn. It is a deeply personal album, featuring nine original songs and one cover. On her version of “Mexico” by the band Cake, she reworks the song for an unlikely trio of acoustic guitar, oboe and cello. The album highlights Emily’s poetry and her arranging techniques, integrating her classical background and folk style of singing and songwriting. With the help of award winning musicians of both classical and folk backgrounds, she has composed an album of “unpretentious, straight-and-true songwriting that draws from contemporary folk, acoustic country and intimate chamber pop” (Direct Current Music). Songs from Odyssey have aired on radio networks including NPR’s The Folk Show on North Country Public Radio and Sirius/XM. Emily is currently planning Odyssey’s release and is eager to share her new songs with her fans.
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  • Marek and the Boss Chops

    Marek and the Boss Chops

    Marek and the Boss Chops is a piano pounding, vocally driven spin on boogie woogie, honky tonk, and early rock & roll. Marek Sapieyevski (piano/vocals) leads a full throttle run through the stuff of Hank, Fats, Chuck, Jerry Lee, Muddy and more. With Charley Layton (bass), Griffin Sherbert (drums), and special guests on saxophone, fiddle, or guitar.

  • Emily Mure

    Emily Mure

    Emily Mure is classically trained oboist turned folk singer-songwriter. Born and bred in New York City, she attended LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts in Manhattan for oboe, competing and performing in reputable venues including Carnegie Hall, Avery Fischer Hall and Alice Tully Hall, all before the age of 17. Emily decided to further pursue music and attended Ithaca College where she studied Oboe Performance and Psychology. It was here that she discovered Folk and Bluegrass music and decided to learn guitar. Her grandfather, musician Billy Mure, bought Emily her first guitar. After just one week of playing and a lesson with Ithaca College student and current Howlin’ Brothers’ guitarist Jared Green, she immediately started writing songs. Odyssey, set for release on July 30th 2013, was recorded by Brandon Wilde at Studio 76 in Brooklyn. It is a deeply personal album, featuring nine original songs and one cover. On her version of “Mexico” by the band Cake, she reworks the song for an unlikely trio of acoustic guitar, oboe and cello. The album highlights Emily’s poetry and her arranging techniques, integrating her classical background and folk style of singing and songwriting. With the help of award winning musicians of both classical and folk backgrounds, she has composed an album of “unpretentious, straight-and-true songwriting that draws from contemporary folk, acoustic country and intimate chamber pop” (Direct Current Music). Songs from Odyssey have aired on radio networks including NPR’s The Folk Show on North Country Public Radio and Sirius/XM. Emily is currently planning Odyssey’s release and is eager to share her new songs with her fans.

  • Warren Malone

    Warren Malone

    New York Based Singer/Songwriter Warren Malone Is Originally From Manchester England. He Loves To Sing, He Loves To Write Songs And He Loves To Play Guitar. He Loves Traditional Folk Music As Much As He Loves A Great Pop Song. He Loves His New Album And He Doesn’t Care Who Knows It. He Does Not Love Writing Bio’s And Pretending To Be A Third Party. He Loves A Good Audience, He Hates Stupid Pop Stars With Shades, He has A Fear Of Being Falsely Accused, He’s Done Some Bad Things, He Tries To Be Good, He Loves To Sing, He Sings All Day Everyday, The First Record He Ever Put On Was A Hank Williams Record He Was 4 Yrs Old, As A Kid He Loved Elvis, He Used To Draw And Sometimes Still Carries A Sketchbook. He Loves Mexican Food, He Lived In San Francisco For 5 Years And It Changed Him Forever, He Can Cook But Only If It Involves Just 1 Pan, He Loves Beer But Tries Not To Drink It He Loves Fiddle Tunes, He Loves Duets With Mandolin And Guitar, He Loves To Hear Great Harmony singers And Has Fantasized About Being The High Lonesome Singer In A Bluegrass Band, He Has Been High and Lonesome He Has Made Some Promises He Knew He Couldn’t Keep He Knows He Has Some Secrets But He Can’t Remember What They Are He Hates Cool People, He Will Let You Know If He Likes You He Loves His Family He Remembers Things From His Past But Doesn’t Know If They Really happened, He Loves To Sing He Can’t Believe he Didn’t End Up In Jail, He’s Played A Lot Of Gigs, He’s Played A lot Of Street Corners He’s Had To Talk To A Lot Of Strangers, His Parents Met When His Father Was In Prison Thats A whole Other Story, It Would Be A Great Movie Actually Youth, Violence, Crime, Singing, Prison, Love, Jealousy, Family, Murder And More Singing He Loves Repetition, He Loves His New Album And He Doesn’t Care Who Knows It.

  • Lorraine Leckie

    Lorraine Leckie

    Lorraine Leckie was born on a horse in Northern Ontario where Neil Young was God. In the seventies she converted to punk rock, married Steve Leckie of the Viletones and started her career as a makeup artist in the fashion industry. After a decade living in Europe, she put down roots in New York and began working with celebrity clients such as Paul McCartney and Heidi Klum. It wasn’t until the age of 37 that Leckie decided it was time for a change, picked up a guitar, and by 40 was performing all over the city. Leckie earned her title as the Lower East Side folk noir troubadour playing venues such as Bowery Ballroom, Webster Hall & Mercury Lounge, often joined by her gothic rock band. Lorraine Leckie & Her Demons (Hugh Pool, Paul Triff, George Jackson) released Four Cold Angels in 2008, a deeply rooted rock album with grungy guitar and heavy-hitting drums. Anton Newcombe of The Brian Jonestown Massacre collaborated with Leckie on a cover of the Pogues’ “Dirty Old Town” for the album, which went on to become the featured title track for the acclaimed 2011 film directed by Jenner Furst—an ode to the Lower East Side starring Billy LeRoy, Leckie’s current husband and proprietor of the infamous Billy’s Antiques and Props. Lorraine's latest full-length album, Rudely Interrupted (2012), is a collaborative project inspired by the verses of legendary bon vivant/journalist/poet Anthony Haden-Guest. Leckie and Haden-Guest had their first encounter at Rockwood Music Hall where Leckie was performing songs from her first solo EP Martini Eyes (2010), proclaimed the ‘Best Album of the Year” by Tom Semioli of The Village Voice’s Pazz & Jop 2010 list. Haden-Guest, known for his contributions to Esquire, GQ and Britain’s Observer Magazine, and books such as The Last Party: Studio 54, offered his latest collection of cartoons and poems, In The Mean Time, as the inspiration for Rudely Interrupted. Lorraine Leckie & Her Demons will release two full-length albums in 2014 to follow up Rudely Interrupted. Lorraine will record her next album, Rebel Devil Devil Rebel, in New York with her "Demons" (Hugh Pool, Paul Triff, Charles Dechants and special guest Banjo Lisa). Lorraine will then embark on a European tour, opening for Phil Shoenfelt and Southern Cross and will record another full-length album in Prague with Czech violinist Pavel Cingl.

  • Kelley Swindall

    Kelley Swindall

    kelley escaped georgia five years ago for NYC, cuz she saw a few movies about it when she was a kid and decided it was a place she'd like to live before she died, which turned out to be a very good idea cuz she's since found this town has provided her with a wealth of material in the form of love, heartache, and whiskey driven nights of a variety of natures, which is exactly the stuff that country music is made of.

  • Karate Elvis

    Karate Elvis

Set Times:
  • 07:00 PM - Emily Mure
  • 08:00 PM - Warren Malone
  • 09:00 PM - Lorraine Leckie
  • 09:30 PM - Kelley Swindall
  • 10:30 PM - Karate Elvis
  • 11:15 PM - Marek and the Boss Chops