Afternoon avant pop matinee! – The Footlight Bar – Ridgewood Queens



Sometimes the stars align and you get to play with good friends and some of your favorite bands! This Saturday is one of those days!

The Footlight Bar is a unique gem in Ridgewood near Bushwick. Steps from the L train, it’s a surprising space with a great bar, and a separate live room. The sound is good and the space is very comfortable! They have APPLE PIE hard cider, and there will be food available!



2pm – Rembert Block and the Basic Goodness
With their newly-released record RB&BG take you on a whimsical journey both musically and lyrically. The songs are complex and engage the listener with a quirky approach and unexpected turns. Rembert plays accordion and has a marvelous vocal delivery!

3pm – Glenn Morrow’s Cry for Help
 It’s a winning amalgam of energetic guitar blues, mesmerizing Velvets-style rhythms and grooves, witty storytelling, and the sort of no-frills, straight-to-the-gut lyrical and descriptive rock that Hoboken’s famous for. – PopDose

PHOTO BY EVA MUELLER4pm – Lenny Zenith + Tenterhooks
‘This is some good stuff.  A New York band that kicks up a glorious racket by combining all the best elements of rock, garage, pop and punk, all with melody, structure and punch. – PopDose

5pm – Wharton Tiers Ensemble
“A totally classic NYC-flavored experience, part Branca/Live Skull/Sonic Youth, part Television/New York Dolls.” Read more at NO-CORE 

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