My first Bushwick Book Club performance, with my new song Letters from Daisy Inspired by Tennessee Williams’ “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” (New upload with a fixed typo in the titles) The New York City chapter of The Bushwick Book Club is a monthly performance event hosted by actress/musician Susan Hwang, taking place at various venues. Artists are invited to write a song inspired by a particular work of literature, or poetry, dance, even stand-up comedy. But primarily it is about songwriting. The March 2016 installment featured the play “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” which won Tennessee Williams the 1955 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It took place at Superfine, in Dumbo, Brooklyn. Letters for Daisy represents excerpts of letters written to a relative by Daisy, a household maid and one of the smallest roles in the play. Backing vocals and instrumentation by Rob Meador, Doug Pierson and Henry Tenney. Performed on a Martin OMC-28B Laurence Juber signature model with a duel-source B-Band pickup. Oddly enough, I woke up that morning with the first strains of laryngitis, so a couple of times I go to voice words that do not appear or die out, and need repeated, and my range compresses considerably as the song goes on. But not a bad debut. And now I have no voice at all. So time for the age old apple cider vinegar, lime juice and honey. The Bushwick Book Club Susan Hwang Superfine
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The Bushwick Book Club at CounterEvolution Thursday, January 21 I am out of town, but that does not mean you can’t find yourself at this fabulous event. CounterEvokution 37 W 17th St (second floor) New York, New York 10011 Phone (718) 243-2399 Website http://counterev.com Email email@example.com As per the lovely and talented Susan Wang.. Nothing brings in the new year like a new song inspired by a Kurt Vonnegut novel. 2016 is the year of GALAPAGOS. Come here, come hear, come see and come sea new songs and dance inspired by the book. No Cover – BYOB The show is being held in the loving, Vonnegut-appreciating arms of Jim Malone’s exquisite venue, CounterEvolution — the best sounding furniture showroom this side of the Hudson. These fine songwriters and choreographers will be filling the room with book-inspired sound and movement: Mark Lessereaux Susan Hwang Timothy Dark Charlie Nieland Pearl Rhein Don Rauf Sweet Soubrette Henry Tenney Marlon CHerry Sophie Malleret Phoebe Novak Jessie Kilguss Nicola Yvette Andrew Jannetti/ Mara Katz David Lavin Jia Jung And tell ’em Spoon sent ya!