Brooklyn Americana, Unplugged! presents Queen Esther sings Black Americana Friday, June 21st — 6pm to 8pm Brooklyn Bridge Park — Pier 3, Greenway Terrace FREE! “Secrets do have a way of leaking out, and one that desperately needs to be heard is Americana/country/ jazz singer, Queen Esther. Every song is sung with passion and fire, by this underrated female singer who should be a musical giant.” — Country Music People (UK) Queen Esther sings (mostly original!) Black Americana at the Brooklyn Americana Unplugged Music Series at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Opening act: Jan Bell & The Maybelles. Bring a picnic! “Top 10 Summer Things To Do in Brooklyn Bridge Park” – Time Out New York Unplugged features intimate acoustic acts curated by Brooklyn Americana Music Series in June and DeGraw Sound in July.
Queen Esther and The Blue Crowns at the Brooklyn Americana Music Festival Friday, September 23rd at 8pm Jalopy Theater (Opening night!) 315 Columbia St. in Red Hook Saturday, September 24th at 4pm Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6 Liberty View Lawn Brooklyn’s best play sixty shows at seven locations along the spectacular waterfront. Day time shows in The Archway Under the Manhattan Bridge (Friday and Saturday), & Brooklyn Bridge Park (Saturday and Sunday). Evening Shows at beloved pioneer establishments in Red Hook and Dumbo: Jalopy Theatre, Sunny’s, Red Hook Bait and Tackle, 68 Jay Street Bar & Superfine. Winner of the ‘Dumbo Dozen’ Award for innovative and impactful work in the community at DUMBO Business Improvement District, AGM 2016. The Festival is made possible in part by generous sponsors and the office of Councilman Stephen Levin.
Fundraiser for Brooklyn Americana Music Festival Superfine 126 Front St. in DUMBO Monday, September 12th 6pm – 10pm Please help raise funds to fuel this dream of a FREE urban music festival. Helmed by founder and artistic director Jan Bell, this festival features three days of FREE shows on seven locations along the waterfront with sixty live music shows in DUMBO, Brooklyn Bridge Park, The Archway Under the Manhattan Bridge and Red Hook. Featuring performances by: Anne Keating Queen Esther Members of Bobtown The Maybelles