Pipeline Benefit Concert featuring MIKO AND THE MUSKET

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Pipeline Benefit Concert featuring MIKO AND THE MUSKET Friday, November 30, 2012 07:00 PM Arlene's Grocery, New York, NY
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$10 at the door, no advance ticket sales.
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  • Ticket Price: $10.00
  • Door Time: 7:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
Miko and The Musket:

Guitarist and songwriter Miko de Leon heads NYC-based Miko and the Musket, a soul-folk ensemble harnessing a variety of musical wellsprings. Initially reinforcing his acoustic sound with vocalists Lannon Killea and Molly McAdoo, Miko has since expanded the outfit to include an arsenal of seasoned musicians. Cellist Brandon Ellis, percussionist Moses Kinlow, lead guitarist Mike Steinmetz, and bassist Peter Longofono delve deep into Americana to craft the Musket’s singular repertoire. Together, they evoke everything from gutbucket bluegrass to breezy folk ballads to simmering New Orleans funk, all balanced by the bracing vocal harmonies that have become the band’s trademark. Their irresistible synergy regularly packs venues like Rockwood Music Hall, the National Underground and Arlene’s Grocery. Come September, Miko and the Musket will visit Atlanta to record their debut album at Eldest Only Productions. Until then, you can find their music on Facebook or Twitter.

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  • Miko and The Musket

    Miko and The Musket

    Guitarist and songwriter Miko de Leon heads NYC-based Miko and the Musket, a soul-folk ensemble harnessing a variety of musical wellsprings. Initially reinforcing his acoustic sound with vocalists Lannon Killea and Molly McAdoo, Miko has since expanded the outfit to include an arsenal of seasoned musicians. Cellist Brandon Ellis, percussionist Moses Kinlow, lead guitarist Mike Steinmetz, and bassist Peter Longofono delve deep into Americana to craft the Musket’s singular repertoire. Together, they evoke everything from gutbucket bluegrass to breezy folk ballads to simmering New Orleans funk, all balanced by the bracing vocal harmonies that have become the band’s trademark. Their irresistible synergy regularly packs venues like Rockwood Music Hall, the National Underground and Arlene’s Grocery. Come September, Miko and the Musket will visit Atlanta to record their debut album at Eldest Only Productions. Until then, you can find their music on Facebook or Twitter.

Set Times:
  • 07:00 PM - Miko and The Musket