Black Americana at the 9th Annual Brooklyn Folk Festival! Presented by the Jalopy Theater & School of Music A Three Day Festival * 30+ Bands * Workshops! * A family friendly square dance! * and much more! St. Ann’s Church 157 Montague St. (between Clinton & Henry) Queen Esther performs on Sunday, April 30th at 5pm For tickets, click here. The Brooklyn Folk Festival strives to present the best in American and world folk music. Located in the heart of Brooklyn, NY our festival is a celebration of down home music, cultural diversity and memory. Each year we draw talent from New York’s own thriving folk music scene as well as from the national and international world of folk, traditional and vernacular music. The annual festival provides an opportunity for young and old alike to come together, enjoy music, workshops, film screenings, contests and jam sessions and be part of the vitality of our community. The festival is produced each year with a strong sense of vision and attention to detail with the goal of achieving an event that is more than the sum of its parts. The Brooklyn Folk Festival is presented each year by the Jalopy Theatre & School of Music, a grassroots community space that is a music venue, music school, instrument store and record label. By growing the Brooklyn Folk Festival over the past 9 years, the Jalopy has created a substantial and unique community event that brings together thousands of music lovers and hundreds of musicians to celebrate the valuable […]
Winter Into Spring Superfine Residency! First Sunday in February, March and April February 5th * March 5th * April 2nd Two sets — 7pm – 9pm NO COVER! Superfine 126 Front St. DUMBO 718 243 9005 From events producer Jan Bell at the Brooklyn Americana Music Festival comes a winter residency to thaw the snow while we wait for spring. Partnering with Jeff McLaughlin on vocals and guitar, Queen Esther performs Black Americana — country classics, old timey gospel songs, vaudeville blues, original soulful tunes, brand new songs and more — at DUMBO’s own Superfine. Performances are on the first Sunday evening of February, March and April for two sets from 7pm – 9pm. These gigs are free and open to the public. Reservations are strongly suggested.
Queen Esther sings Black Americana LIVE on WPRB! Music You Can’t Hear on the Radio Listen in at 103.3FM and online ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD at wprb.com Sunday, July 17th at 7pm! For more information, click here. DJ Frank Todd guest hosts Music You Can’t Hear on the Radio from 7pm – 10pm on 103.3FM featuring Queen Esther, Mike Agranoff, Mike Gorka and Pat “Soulcat” Toner. Singer-songwriter and musician Queen Esther performs selections from her critically acclaimed Black Americana album The Other Side, with additional guitar and vocals from Jeff McLaughlin. Now 4 Ways To Listen to “the best radio program in the universe” which is “always very wide-ranging, unpredictable and fun”: LIVE on Sundays from 7:00-10:00 pm: 1. 103.3 FM – in New Jersey from Morristown to Cherry Hill, Red Bank to Milford and Exits 4-13 of the Turnpike and in much of Philadelphia and Bucks County. 2. WPRB.com – anywhere in the world. PODCAST (Almost) TO LISTEN LATER: 3. DAR.FM – Check out this VCR-type device you can set to automatically record the show each week. Then you can listen at your convenience on your PC, mobile phone or other device, save through iTunes or other programs, and/or record onto CDs to listen in your car. 4. TuneIn Radio – listen on your web browser on PC or Mac; mobile device apps for iPhone, iPad, Android, Palm, BlackBerry, Samsung Bada, and Windows Phone; and home devices including Google TV, Yahoo TV, Roku, and WDTV). Music You Can’t Hear On The Radio was begun […]
STOP TIME PRESENTS: Queen Esther & Her Trio Lost Classics Rare Sides Country Jazz Friday, May 20th 9:30pm – 12:30am FREE Stop Time Bar 1223 Bedford Ave Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn 718 230 1212 Her Trio: Kelvyn Bell, guitar Jeff McLaughlin, guitar Ben Rubin, bass