GLBT Artists Performance Dates
|Scott Free -Grinder added 2-20-03||Outmusic by Jon Gilbert Leavitt added 2-21-03|
|Jamie Anderson added 2-20-03||Yolanda & The plastic Family added January 29|
|Robert Urban added 2-4-03||Southern Womyn’s Festival|
|David Clement added 2-20-03||Keith Hampton added 2-18-03|
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Free Grinder Dates
GRINDER: QUEER WORDS & MUSIC every Thursday @ 8pm @ the No Exit
March performances will be benefits for the 'Queer Is Folk Festival' at the
Old Town School of Folk Music June 7th & 8th. All shows include an open mic
and a raffle.
March 6th: Samaiya Ewing & Moses
March 13th: Karen Van Fossan & Kitko
March 20th: Ken Hunt & Anthony Whitaker
March 27th: Kirk Williamson & w/ Lars Von Keitz
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late February/early March, Hawaii
March, west coast
May, east coast, with Girls Gone Funny (Carla Ulbrich and Deirdre Flint)
2/28 Honolulu, HI, 7:30 pm, Univ of Hawaii at Monoa, Henmenway Theater
(behind Monoa Gardens Restaurant), http://nakoawahine.org,
Visit Jamie's Website
3/1 Maui, HI, 7 pm, Maui Community
College, Kalama 103, 310 W. Kaahumanu Ave., 808-984-3330, firstname.lastname@example.org,
3/4 San Jose, CA, 7:30 pm, Espresso Garden and Café, 814 S. Bascom
3/5 San Francisco, CA, 7 pm, Bazaar Café, 5927 California St., gay music showcase with others, 415-831-5620, www.bazaarcafe.com
3/7 Sebastapol, CA, 8 pm, Coffee Catz, 6761 Sebastopol Ave, with Monica Grant
3/8 Berkeley, CA, 8 pm, Freight and Salvage, 1111 Addison St., 510-548-1761, www.thefreight.org, with Ronnie Gilbert, Barbara Higbie, Mimi Fox, Barbara Dane and many others
3/9 Santa Cruz, CA, 7:30 pm, Cayuga Vault, 1100 Soquel Ave, www.cayugavault.com , tickets at Herland Books, The Bookloft, Aptos Bike or by mail: Lea Lawson Productions, PO Box 671, Santa Cruz, 95061, Carla Ulbrich opening
3/13 Corvallis, OR, 7 pm, Oregon State University, International Forum in Snell Hall
3/14 Portland, OR, 8 pm, MCC, 2400 NE Broadway, tickets at It's My Pleasure or charge at 608-256-9738 or www.tomboygirl.com, opening for Tret Fure
3/15 Eugene, OR, 7 pm, Café Paradiso, 115 W. Broadway, 541-485-3088
3/16 Seattle, WA, 7 pm, house concert
3/21 Tacoma, WA (tentative)
3/22 Olympia, WA, 8 pm, Traditions Café, 300 5th Ave SW, 360-705-2819
3/23 Renton, WA, 4 pm, house concert, email@example.com, http://highlandsmusic.com
4/4 Ft. Wayne, IN
4/5 Cedar Rapids, IA
4/6 Minneapolis, MN (tentative)
4/7 Morris, MN, University of Minnesota
4/11 Downers Grove, IL, Two Way Street Coffeehouse
4/12 Rockford, IL, Charlotte's Web, with Kara Barnard
4/14 Monmouth, IL, Monmouth College
4/24 Omaha, NE, 9 pm, Creighton University
4/26 Des Moines, IA, WCC Coffeehouse
5/9 Wilmington, DE, Listening Post Productions, with Deirdre Flint and
Carla Ulbrich (Girls Gone Funny)
5/10 Watchung, NJ, Watchung Arts Center, with Girls Gone Funny
5/16 Saratoga Springs, NY, Café Lena, 518-583-0022, with Girls Gone Funny
5/17 Taunton, MA, The Dessert Club, with Girls Gone Funny
5/24-25 Kents Store, VA, CampOut, firstname.lastname@example.org,
6/5-8 Muncie, IN, National Women's Music Festival, www.wiaonline.org
7/11-13 Bakersville, NC (near Asheville), Women in Harmony,
7/26 Madison, WI, Tomboy Girl Festival, www.tomboygirl.com
8/9 Alpena, MI, 7 pm, house concert
8/12 -17 Hart, MI, Michigan Women's Music Festival, teaching bellydance, www.michfest.com
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Tuesday February 25th 11PM
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GIRLYMAN will guest host OUTMUSIC's New York Open Mic
GIRLYMAN will guest host OUTMUSIC's New York Open Mic on Monday, March 3 at
the C-NOTE, 157 Avenue C (at
10th St.), NYC, 7:30 PM (7 PM signup). $3. members / $5. non-members + 1 drink minimum. More Info - (212) 330-9197 or email@example.com - http://www.outmusic.com
The first 20 people to sign up perform 1 song or 5 minutes (whichever shorter). We provide a keyboard, amps, mics, lights, CD and cassette playback. Listeners are also welcome.
GIRLYMAN's catchy melodies are so accessible that you might not realize at first how subtle and complex their three-part harmonies are - and how breathtaking their lyrics can be. The three members of GIRLYMAN-Tammy Greenstein, Doris Muramatsu, and Nate Borofsky - describe their music as "One part the B-52's, one part Cry Cry Cry, a pinch of Destiny's Child, a pat of the Story, a measured tablespoon of Gillian Welch, beat in some moptop Fab Four, and add Lyle Lovett and his Large Band to taste." GIRLYMAN was chosen as one of the"Most Wanted" artists at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival this year and is a regular act at Queerstock and Ladyfest. "Sweet, sassy, serious and, at times, playfully confrontational...Girlyman is an infectious combination of rock music, folk songs, classical roots, punk sensibilities and just plain fun."
--The Hartford Courant
Now in their 13th year, OUTMUSIC's monthly first-Monday Open-Mics provide a safe, encouraging space for LGBT musicians to share music and make connections. OUTMUSIC - Making music within community and community within music.
Wednesday, March 26---
Outmusic and NYU's Office of LGBT Student Services invite you to a special Open-Mic program for LGBT Musicians at NYU's fantastic Violet Cafe, located in the Village off Washington Square. Meet and hear Out singers, songwriters, performers, and supporters!
DATE: Wednesday, March 26, 2003
PLACE: The Violet Cafe, 19 Washington Square East,
NYC, (212) 998-5252
TIME: Signup's 7 - 7:30pm, performances 7:30 - 9:30pm
COVER: free with valid NYU ID card (student, faculty staff), $3 for Outmusic members, $5 all others
FOOD/DRINKS/SMOKING: Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be available. Smoking is NOT permitted at the Violet Cafe.
TECH: The Violet has a baby grand piano, three microphones, two monitors, speakers, and a mixing board. CD and cassette playback available. There is no drum kit or amplifier.
BRING PHOTO ID!!! As per NYU policy, no one will be admitted into the Violet Cafe without a photo-ID!
The Office of LGBT Services at NYU (http://www.nyu.edu/lgbt) create campus environments that are inclusive and supportive of student diversity in the areas of sexual orientation and gender identification. The LGBT Student Services Office
provides support services and programs, education, training and consulting, resources, and advocates for the LGBT community at NYU.
Outmusic - making music within community and community within music
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Ocean Coffee Roasters at 334 Mass. Ave. in Boston is starting a new
music series. They are located right across from Symphony Hall at the
corner of Huntington and Mass. Avenues. Take the green line E train to
Symphony or the Orange Line to Mass. Ave.
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Jan.19 Meow Men @ Meow Mix
8pm: The Idapalooza Band from Radical Faerie Sanctuary IDA in Tennessee
9pm: SHREE-a NYC Radical Faerie dance/trance explosion
9:30: Freddy Freeman-from the fabulously successful Bearapalooza-Freddy is a
great singer songwriter with a beautiful voice.
10pm: AGnes De Garron-a Radical Faerie LEGEND/Dance/Performance Artist
10:20: WOMBA-a celebration of woman's grooves with Radical Fareie friend and ally Robin Burdulis on hand percussion, and tap dancer Margaret Morrison!
11pm: Yolanda with the Idapalooza band plus Robin Burdulis!
AND ON VALENTINE'S DAY-FRI. FEB 14!!!!!!!!!!!
OK YOU GUYS!!! This is gonna be so much fun. A mid-winter drag ball to chase
away the blues..........come in SCI-FI drag and possibly get crowned as King
and Queen of the Ball!
I am pleased to announce that Michael Musto,Wolfgang Bush,Brianna Austin, and Jade Estaban Estrada have joined our Valentine's Day party at CBGB lounge -The Alien Love Ball-as celebrity judges for the crowning of the Drag King and Drag Queen of the ball.
Mr.Joe and YolandaWorld Present:
The First Annual ALIEN LOVE BALL!
"Where the Profane Meets The Divine"
Yolanda and the Plastic Family headlines a new Mid-Winter Drag Ball at CBGB Downstairs Lounge. Come in Fabulous SCi-Fi Drag and party with:
Yolanda and the Plastic Family-drag queen soul pop Coco & Co-chanteuse/sexy/cabaret Paprika-hot Brazilian influenced Dance/World DJ EKON with Alien/Porno projections by Stephen Kent Jussick and Special Alien Go-Go Dancers
HOSTED by the one and only:
who will also be crowning the King and Queen of the Alien Love Ball. So drag out those Sci Fi duds and STRUT for LINDA!
The ALIEN LOVE BALL
VALENTINE's DAY-FRI. FEB 14
doors open at 9:30, $10
CBGB DOWNSTAIRS LOUNGE
Drag Queen Singer/Songwriter
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Southern Womyn’s Festival Celebrates Its Fourth Year
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 3, 2003 CONTACT: Pat Cobb, 904-725-8079
JACKSONVILLE, FL – The fourth annual Southern Womyn’s Festival will be held this year from May 8th through 12th, 2003. As with previous years, the entertainment line-up is excellent. SWF 2003 will feature long-time favorites,
Holly Near and Cris Williamson, the multi-talented Ember Swift, and one of the south’s favorite duos, Halycon.
Other southern artists performing at this year’s event are Laura Blackley, Patti B. and Billi, and Aimee Alden. Fans of drumming will be happy to know Ubaka Hill is returning as well as Cheri Lunn, and, new for 2003, Rhythms of Aqua.
Comedians Marga Gomez and Vickie Shaw are also scheduled, and this year for the first time, SWF will add spoken word to the line-up with the eloquent poetry of Robin G. White and C.C. Carter.
The 2003 Festival will have more than twenty entertainers, all of whom represent the power and diversity of women’s music. Says co-producer, Linda Jackson; “There is something for everyone, no matter what your musical preference.”
In addition to the day and night stage entertainment, SWF 2003 will host a varied and talented group of craftswomen who will be offering fine women-made arts and crafts for sale. Women can also choose to attend a variety of informative and fun workshops. In all, the 2003 festival promises to provide four unforgettable days of entertainment and good times.
SWF 2003 will be held this year in Georgia, approximately one hour west of Atlanta. “We are really looking forward to our new location. It is more centrally located for women in the South and we are hoping to have a record attendance this year.”, says Pat Cobb, festival producer. Publicity manager, Linda W. agrees, saying, “It is our goal to reach as many women as possible and to let them know about this great event. Festivals provide a wonderful opportunity to meet new womyn.”
This year, as a special bonus, the first 300 women to purchase four-day tickets will be eligible to win a 7 day vacation at a woman-owned resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Pat Cobb at 904-725-8079 or www.gaywomyn.org for a complete guide to the 2003 Southern Womyn’s Festival.
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Productions BOLDLY presents a special all-band night for February's MEOW
MIX MEN'S NIGHT Sunday, February 16th at Meow Mix Bar in NYC.
Door - $5
MEOW MIX MEN'S NIGHT monthly events are hosted by Robert Urban and Yolanda
MEOW MIX - 269 East Houston St. at Suffolk
Biker rocker MARSHALL ZARNE is nearing completion of his long-awaited debut cd, and will be offering up his special brand of haunting texas-trucker style tunes with his very own band of outlaws for this show. No one writes 'em & sings 'em like Marshall.
ROBERT URBAN returns to Meow Mix for an encore show of originals & classic covers. Backed by the very handsome & groove-oriented KFM Band (who'll also showcase their stunning 4-part vocal harmonies on songs from their new cd "COMING CLEAN".) Additionally, fresh from her recent sold-out show at TRIAD, singer MEGHAN CARY will join RU & KFM for some special collaborations of her songs. (Billboard's Critics Choice - "her wonderful 6 song EP reveals a poetic flair reminiscent of the Indigo Girls & Shawn Colvin")
SISTER FUNK - roaring in from Connecticut and taking no prisoners, famous for rousing crowds of hundreds (& thousands) at huge outdoor pride & rock fests across the country, this show will be a great chance for fans to experience this arena-class rock phenomenon upclose. The Sistahs will be playing a special extended set, and since the next day is President's day holiday, all can party 'til whenever! (Voters choice - 2002 StoneWall Society Favorite Group Award!)
URBAN PRODUCTIONS, NYC
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