Naked Polar Bear Cruise To Benefit Wildlife Conservatory
The frigid February weather won't keep these Polar Bears from stripping down on the Hudson River Saturday.
For the third year running, the cold-water defying Coney Island Polar Bear Club will step aboard the Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise sans clothes to benefit the Wildlife Conservatory -- and New Yorkers from around the city are invited to join them.
New Yorkers who volunteer to strip down to their skivvies are allowed to forgo the $20 cost of attending, but many may eat the cost just to enjoy some Polar Bear Club sightseeing, cruise line spokesman Jason Hackett said.
Mountain Ramblers performed at Wicked Willy's -149 Bleecker Street in the
for joining us at the special performance by The Buller Mountain
Wicked Willy’s at 149 Bleecker Street NYC (between LaGuardia & Thompson)
- NO COVER
Guitar: “Ernie” Becerra (Colombian Rock Legend)
Bass: Kurt Monson
Drums: Michael Moskowitz
Back-up Vocals: Daniel loves the Girls (Cathy & Capri)
Percussion: Capri Djatiasmoro
Wicked Willy’s at 149 Bleecker Street NYC
(between LaGuardia & Thompson)
more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About The NYC 4SKINS:
4SKINS were a New York City based rock'n'roll band that came together
September 1979. Their music is a synthesis of Funk, Punk, and
original songs were written by Doug Ceballos and Pat McCabe aka
Eggs McDonnell, and arranged by the 4SKINS. A 45 rpm single titled
"I'M MAD"/"WHEN I'M GONE", was released on
GROVE Records, followed by a 5 song E.P. titled "White Neighborhood"
released on BEATNOTE records. The 4SKINS were accompanied by Sax
Fifth Avenue (aka Greg Meyer, the 5th Skin) on tenor and soprano
saxes; and a variety of backup singers namely the Chiclettes and
the Two Tones, featuring Ms. Shirley and Jonny Casino.
Hour performed at the New York City Tsunami benefit
25th HOUR" is a band consisting of 4 musicians
performing an original mix of Funk, Rock, and Blues
material. High energy shows have pleased audiences
and club promoters alike and have helped establish
a solid fan base in New York City.
West 57th Street NY
This gig was our farewell to this New York City establishment
and former home of the recording studio Media Sound
which spanned twenty years of American music history.
It was regarded by many artists as their favorite place to record.
The great acoustics stem from the historic space which was originally
the site of the Manhattan Baptist Church. Our record producer,
Mike Sosna www.sosproductions.com recorded sessions at Media two
decades ago. A partial list of artists who recorded at Media is
Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, The Rolling
Stones, George Harrison, Guns and Roses
Barbra Streisand, Frank Sinatra, Aerosmith, Luther Vandross, James
Taylor, Billy Joel, The Isley Brothers,
The Ramones, Kool & The Gang, Barry Manilow, Sister Sledge,
Donald Fagen, The Grateful Dead, and Lou Reed.
Bar Bat continued the tradition of great music created from the
vibe of this legendary space.
Bar Bat became our home base for performing live over the past
We will miss this rich music room.
band and or gig info. Call: Ken 212.724.6012 and or Capri 718.783.3380
Between Continents Profile: Cristian Vergara BY SHEILA CALLAHAN 10/04
A pilot whale and her two calves escorted Cristian Vergara
partway across the Strait of Gibraltar when the 46-year-old
Park Slope accountant recently swam to Morocco from Spain.
Mr. Vergara, a veteran open-water swimmer who has swum around
Manhattan three times More:
on each of the "CLICK HERE" icons for .mp3 audio clips
featuring "LA Cooper" and " Princess Capri".
Michael Sosna,sosproductions,Mike Sosna,Pro Tools Studio,recording
studio in Port Washington