Okay, three steps into this blog world, and I can already tell you I need a good recomendation on a more functional blog. I’ll pay for it if I have to ! just please give me somthing I can cut and paste and i’m a happy (blog)man. Maybe just a tutor would do ?
Speaking of needing help, Jersey City’s WFMU began their fundraising marathon on Monday. They are here on the net www.wfmu.org and on a thing called the radio at 91.1 FM. Or if you really want to help, you can also volunteer to man their phones during the marathon. The marathon ends up with an DJ-Staff Live Band Karaokee Party and also feature’s Yo La Tengo’s Pay to Play performance. FYI their office has Asteriods in it.
of course you can help out 58 buy wearing this
Tonight I am back at the Lamp Post. Just in time for minus 20 degree wind chill. They have great heat, I guess it’s just a matter of getting there without freezing ? Bundle -up, whiskey is awaiting. Friday I am dj-ing the closing reception for Ken Vallario
www.kenvallario.com @ 919 Gallery (150 Bay St) Come in stalkers ?
It was a fuller than full JC Friday last week, even if you missed things becuase you can not be in three places at once, the galleries usually leave the stuff on the clothes line to dry for a couple of weeks. so.. Go here for a full listing. At 58, you can the visit the Liminal Offerings of Henry Sanchez, our doors with be open this Saturday from noon to 5 pm for a last chance to see Henry’s show. On the 15th, we open up the 99 cent dream store with works by Maurizio Zuluaga.
Currently, Grace Van Vorst church is looking for artists to submit material for their Catherdral Art Festival and Fundraiser. Artist’s have until March 9th (this Friday!!) to enter their stuff, this is a multi-medium event so whatever floats your art boat or art house boat will do. Go here for more info http://caf2007.blogspot.com and the 60/40 split details.
Art House Production’s run of Camino Real began last Friday and runs until the 24th, you can pick-up tickets through here http://www.arthouseproductions.org/ . In addition, the Attic Ensemble is Presenting Intimate Apparel this weekend check here for showtimes http://www.atticensemble.org/nowplaying.html.
If you are you looking for gigs and that a-hole at 58 doesn’t have space to book you? Don’t take it personally, you can always try Matt at Lucky 7’s, he’s looking for a few acoustic acts (singer/songwriters 1-2 people max) to play weekly at lucky 7s. And you can contact him here email@example.com. Or if you are a full band try contacting Jude at the Lamp Post for Saturday Nights or you can also contact Augie from for gigs at the Iron Monkey firstname.lastname@example.org on Friday and Saturday Nights. Also the Corkscrew is featuring solo artists on Monday Nights.
Monday – 5th
WMFU Fundraising Marathon begins http://www.wfmu.org/ give some money homie
Open Mic Nights at The Corkscrew: Hosted by Billy Alpha (WJ & The Sweet Sacrifice)
DJ Dancing Tony @ The Lamp Post. www.myspace.com/lamppost
DJ Nuygen – spinning AfroBeat @ Bar Majestic FREE 9 pm
DJ Chuck Daly @ Lucky 7 s with $1 PBR s www.myspace.com/lucky7tavern
DJ Steff Street Justice Kautzmann @ The Lamp Post 10 pm www.myspace.com/lamppost
Free Form Thursdaze at The Waterbug Underground. 11:00 pm. $3 admission. $2 Yeungling all night long. Poetry, comedy, hip hop, and folk. 11:00 – 12:00 best featured performers in Jersey City, 12:00-1:30 open mic. #7 Eerie Street in the basement of Rolon s Keyhole Bar. http://www.thewaterbughotel.com/
Friday the 9th
DJ William McCamie @ @ 13 BAR LOUNGE NYC
TIME 6:00PM TO 10:00PM 35 EAST 13TH STREET @ UNIVERSITY PLACE
http://www.bar13.com/ Tonight’s Guest DJ JC’s Lex Leonard
Art Closing Reception for Ken Vellario at 919 Gallery 7 to 10 pm
DJ Dancing Tony – Afro Brazilian Martial Art Dance and Live Music by
Mestre Glauber and Au Capoeira School
150 Bay Street Apt 919.
Ben and Vanessa @ The Corkscrew 9 pm
Olde Ghost (jc/bklyn jehu worship) & Animal Blood (nj stoner)
@ iron monkey 97 greene street@ The Iron Monkey FREE 10 pm
DJ Johnny Astronaut @ The Lamp Post 10 pm to close www.myspace.com/lamppost
The White Star w/ DJ Rhod 9 pm http://www.whitestarbar.com/
Grace Van Vorst Church Breakfast Plus program email email@example.com to volunteer (see below)
Di in the morning @ The Lamp Post 11am to 6pm – Scrabble and other nerdy stuff with the delight of Bloody Mary’s and Egg Sandwiches
BonBomb @ The Iron Monkey FREE 10 pm
DJ Johnny Astronaut @ The Lamp Post 10 pm to close www.myspace.com/lamppost
Sunday 11 th
Grace Van Vorst Church Breakfast Plus program email firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer
↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ Look out for Below ↓↓↓↓↓↓
March 2nd through March – Art House Production Presents “ Camino Real http://www.arthouseproductions.org/
March 10th: Bonbomb, Wooden Ghost @ Iron Monkey
Mrach 15th Big in Jersey @ The Iron Monkey
March 22nd Couples Only @ 58 ?? (this is not a sex party, sorry)
March 22nd & 23 rd Decemberists @ Loew’s Theater
March 23rd: Water Under Water, 33rd Revolution @ Iron Monkey
March 28th Black Hole Wednesay @ 58 www.myspace.com/gynocultsweetmelissa
March 30th: Coffin Daggers, Subway Surfers @ Iron Monkey
March 31st: Division of Planes, Secret Photos @ Iron Monkey
March 31st – JC Downtown Showcase w/ Jupiter One, Bryan Beninghove, plus tba @ 58
April 10th Subway Surfers @ The Loop Lounge
JC Department of Love and Leisure
“You’ve haven’t moved from that spot all night,
just to ask for a light you little smoke stack
you’ve been wasting my time I’d like to see you try and give it back”
From “Slack Motherf*cker: by Superchunk
We’re hittin every other thursday for a minute, so be sure to come out & support the cause.
in the near future…
Big in Jersey at the Iron Monkey
Thanks to all who came out to my opening on the 15th. You have a few more chances to see my work and meet with me. This coming Friday, March 2nd, the gallery will be open from 7pm to 10pm. I am scheduled to give an “artist talk” about the exhibition at 8pm.
I will also be gallery sitting on the weekend days of the March 3rd, 4th and 10th from noon to 5pm. FYI, the exhibition has been extended for one more week. Come by, keep me company and bring coffee or mimosas! Hope you to see more of you there.
ALSO, please check out the much procrastinated NEW updates on my website. Yes it true…new images, resume, and statements. On the home page you can click on the links available for 58 Gallery and the JC Friday events for March 2nd.
See you soon,
New works by Henry G Sanchez
Your Host: WILLIAM MCCAMIE Presents
SPECIAL GUEST DJ
LEX LEONARD FROM CUBA
FRIDAYS @ BAR 13
35 EAST13TH STREET (AT UNIVERSITY PL) NYC
TIME 6:00PM TO 10:00PM
NYC Happy Hour! * Drink Specials * Dance! * guest DJs
DJ WILLIAM MCCAMIE
Underground, Deep House Music & EctroHouse
Live Percussions by:
BEN AND VANESSAHead up to the Corkscrew on Friday to kick off your weekend in a really good way. Ben and Vanessa don’t disappoint with the tunes, and Luke and Sarah are more than happy to help you get yer drink on…what nasty shots will they be slinging this time…tune in to find out.Cheers,JC
*March 2nd: Straight Jacket Mind, Youth Against Nature
*March 10th: Bonbomb, Wooden Ghost
*March 23rd: Water Under Water, 33rd Revolution
*March 30th: Coffin Daggers, Subway Surfers
*March 31st: Division of Planes, Secret Photos
Iron Monkey: 97 Greene St, Jersey City, NJ
Secondly, We’re off to CANADA, eh?! We’re playing for Canadian Music Week (CMW) March 5th thru the 9th. Then it’s DETROIT on the way home for THE ATARI’s afterparty…(also the club where the “RAP BATTLE”
took place in 8 Mile) I might have to step up to the mic and
challenge some local yocal.
The Clubs and addresses are below so please tell friends if you got ’em 🙂
March 5th Show at Salt Lounge
Address: 183 King Street
Stage Time: 10:00pm – need to verify
http://www.saltlounge.ca/ (This website kinda sucks…not a lot of info)
March 6 at The Underground
Address: 41 Cathrine Street N
Stage Time: 10:30pm
March 7 – Big Bop Concert Hall (Also part of Canadian Music Week)
Address: 651 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario
TBA- need to verify all details
March 8- Elixir
Address: 14 Garrett Street Kingston, ONT K7L1H6 Stage Time: 10:30pm http://www.elixirnightclub.com/
March 9th – Club Rivoli (CMW)
Address: 332 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada – (416) 596-1908 Show Time: 10:30pm http://www.rivoli.ca/
March 10th – The Shelter
Address: 431 E Congress St, Detroit, 48226 – (313) 961-6923 Show Time: TBA THE ATARI’s AFTER-PARTY
2007 finds the Subway Surfers with a new drummer and more gigs than you can shake a stick at!
April 6th: The Loop Lounge
Cost : $10.00
The Loop Lounge
Passaic, NJ 07055
Come for the punk rock. Stay to read the old Weekly World News wallpaper in the bathroom.
May 19th: Joey Ramone Tribute Show
+ 20 Bands
+ 1 Song Each
+ 3 Chords All Night
“Subway Surfers are the kind of band Friday nights were made for.”
-Robin Eisgrau, JC Downtown magazine
“Rock n’ roll is supposed to be fun. The Subway Surfers are fun. They get it.”
-Bill Kelly, The Teenage Wasteland, WFMU-FM
“Sounds like some great 45 lost since 1977.”
-Lindsay Hutton, The Next Big Thing
“If people don’t go see you guys play…they’re #!$%*& stupid.”
-Jennifer Loveless, Musicologist & Rock Chick
CATHEDRAL ARTS FESTIVAL 2007
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Festival Organizer, Claire Guerette (201) 294-1872 (cell)
Tickets, Grace Church Parish Office (201) 659-2211
Grace Church Van Vorst Announces its
18th Annual Cathedral Arts Festival
Opening Gala: Saturday, May 5th – 7:30 PM to Midnight
Cathedral Arts Festival, Hudson County’s largest and longest running festival of performing and visual fine arts, will present is 18th year of programming with several cultural events this May.
The festival will kick off with a Champagne Gala reception on Saturday, May 5th from 7:30 pm to Midnight. Highlights of the Gala will include sale of art on exhibit from over 80 New Jersey artists including works in painting, photography, glass, fiber, sculpture and more; live auctions of works including pottery and antique church organ pipes; a silent auction of goods and services; fine food, free flowing champagne, dancing, and live music by talented local performers.
The festival continues through May 19th with additional events, all of them free to the public. Key events were developed with the assistance of other local Jersey City arts organizations including Pro Arts, JCity Theatre and Art House Productions.
April 30-May 19
Fine Arts Exhibit – MWF 11am-1pm, Sun 10am-4pm
Monday, April 30
Artists’ Preview Evening – 7:30 pm
Saturday, May 5
Champagne Gala – 7:30 pm-Midnight
Tickets: $40 in adv, $50 at the door, $25 seniors
Sunday, May 6
Performing Arts Showcase – 1 pm – 5 pm – FREE
Featuring performances by local Jersey City singer/songwriters, musicians, storytellers, actors and percussionists. Entertainment in every flavor is guaranteed.
Monday, May 7
Gallery Talks – 7 pm – FREE
Discussion and exchange of ideas featuring artists from the CAF 2007 Exhibit. Moderated by curators Donna Kessinger and Vikki Michalios
Saturday, May 12
An Evening of Poetry – 7 pm – FREE
Poetry and Spoken Word by local poets.
Presented by Candy Ellison with assistance from Art House Productions – Christine Goodman, Director
Friday, May 18
Local Filmmakers’ Showcase – 7 pm – FREE
Original, short works by local filmmakers. Curated by Claudia Perry & Zoe Hauser
All events take place in Downtown Jersey City at Grace Church Van Vorst, 39 Erie St, Jersey City, NJ 07302, 201-659-2211, www.gracevanvorst.org. Our facilities are wheelchair accessible through our 39 Erie St entrance while other guests may enter through the church’s red door around the corner on Second St.
Established in 1847, Grace Church Van Vorst is the oldest Episcopal church in Jersey City. The parish has a long history of actively supporting the Hudson County arts community. In addition to the annual Cathedral Arts Festival, Grace Church Van Vorst hosts vital outreach to the Downtown Jersey City community with weekend breakfasts for the hungry, a weekday program for seniors, and art events year round including productions in theater, dance and music.
GRACE CHURCH VAN VORST – 39 Erie Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302
The Reverend Janet Broderick, Rector
Phone: (201) 659-2211 / www.gracevanvorst.org