Jim Andralis and The Syntonics, Larry Krone, Lusterlit

Jim Andralis and The Syntonics

Larry Krone

Lusterlit

Mon · August 7, 2017

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$10

This event is 21 and over

Jim Andralis and The Syntonics
Jim Andralis and The Syntonics
The Miami Herald called singer-songwriter Jim Andralis’ Your Dying Wish Come True “one of the best solo debut discs of the year.” Julie DeLano, Susan Hwang and Jessie Kilguss (aka the Syntonics) will be adding their lush harmonies to the evening.

Jim wrote, sang and played the accordion in the early-to-mid aughts downtown NYC band The Isotoners, a gay post-punk cult sensation. He later established himself as a featured player among a dazzling roster of performers at the acclaimed Joe’s Pub monthly variety show Our Hit Parade from 2008 through 2012. He also recorded a duet with his buddy Bridget Everett called “Hit the Ground Fuckin’.”
Larry Krone
Larry Krone
Larry Krone is an artist/entertainer who straddles the worlds of art, music, performance, and design. Beginning in ​the New York art world of the late 90’s, Larry's home-spun costumed, staged musical shows were concept-based art performances that explored showmanship and masculine identity in country music. Now, Larry has a presence in New York's downtown scene as a singer, songwriter, performer, and costume designer as well as for his work as a fine artist. Larry has performed at Joe’s Pub, The Whitney Museum, PS 122 and countless bars, galleries, and nightclubs in New York and elsewhere. He can be heard on the albums of Jim Andralis, Clint Michigan, Bridget Everett and the Tender Moments, Champagne Jerry, and Stephin Merritt and appears​ in the independent film, The Purple Onion, singing his original song "It’s Hard to Live”. As a designer ​Larry is known for his fashion label House of Larréon, the exclusive couturier for Bridget Everett and designer of gowns, costumes, and sets for various performers and artists including Jim Andralis, ​Neal Medlyn, Adrienne​ ​Truscott, Kathleen Hanna, and Dawn Landes.
Lusterlit
Lusterlit
With their songs created for Bushwick Book Club, BBC founder, Susan Hwang and BBCcontributor and producer, Charlie Nieland, have joined forces to perform as the new, literature-inspired duo—Lusterlit. Both vocalists and multi-instrumentalists, Charlie and Susan alternate lead vocals and harmonies while supporting each other on guitar, bass, synth, traditional Korean drum and accordion.
Venue Information:
Union Hall - Brooklyn
702 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
http://www.unionhallny.com/