A George Harrison Birthday Celebration with Sean Vox & The Streamers, Adam Bernstein, and The Kitchen

Fri, March 2, 2018

9:30 pm

The Cutting Room

New York, NY


Tickets at the Door

$20 Advanced Sales/ $25 At the Door

$20 Food & Beverage minimum per person

Sean Yox & The Streamers
Sean Yox & The Streamers
OASIS vs BLUR showcases the most important and inspired songs of the Britpop era and includes songs by Stone Roses, Verve and more! From the essential to deep catalogue cuts.
Sean Yox & The Streamers make a good bridge between the New York garage punk of the ’70s/’80s and the hip garage-Indie band scene of today. Rocking out with all the abandon of the rock personalities of yesterday but with all the idealism and optimism of today’s left leaning bands, The Streamers have an infectious enthusiastic approach to music that will have even the most cynical dancing around the room.
The Kitchen
The Kitchen is an original homegrown NYC Rock n Roll band formed back in the late 90's. This band has gone through many transitions/line-ups over the years & have played all the NYC iconic venues of past & present including, but not limited to, CBGB's, L' Amour of Brooklyn, Chicago Blues, Terra Blues, BB King's of Time Square, Continental, and The Bell House.
The Kitchen has a large catalog of original songs as well as a large list of classic rock & blues covers they like to break out & perform during their live explosive shows. Influences include, Beatles, Stones, Bowie, Bad Co., etc.

The current line-up:
Jamie Cicero - Lead Guitar
Bob DB Donnelly - Rhythm Guitar
Greg Grimaldi - Bass
Kent Carter - Piano/Keyboard
Mike Visciano - Drums
Rob Vano - Vocals
Adam Bernstein
Adam Bernstein
Adam writes, produces and performs his own music and is active freelance bassist in NYC. His music has been featured in the hit TV series "Degrassi", "Heartland" and the films "Abduction" and "Wet Behind the Ears". His scores for Noah Fischers' Manifesto Currency series (narrated by Peter Coyote) has been featured on CNN.
An accomplished composer, arranger as well as bassist, Adam led the successful folk/rock/klezmer/funk 14-piece big band All God's Children for six years. The Aquarian Weekly (NJ) named Adam "Best Bassist" and the band "Best Band" in 1993. He later performed and/or recorded with a wide range of talented musicians and dancers, including Levon Helm, Jonathan Coulton, Julie Klausner, Jim Boggia, John Roderick, Marty Beller, Mary McBride, Loser's Lounge, Perry Robinson, Walter Perkins, Ethel (string quartet), Teocinte (from El Salvador), Jack Hardy, Claire Daly, The Angstones, Solar, David Driver, Sean Altman and Jennifer Muller/The Works. In 1990 Adam toured Japan with Hilario Soto's Higher Culture, and in 1993 studied percussion at the Escuela Nacional De Danzaq Moderna Y Folklorica in Havana, Cuba.
Adam has released nine solo albums of original material since 2001. Varying from singer-songwriter pop, more hard edged rock music and songs/scored works from the Grown Ass Men podcast; Adam shows a wide array of musical pallets within he works in. Adam has also a released an EP of protest music as a statement against our current regime. A who’s who’s on the NYC music scene have appeared on these records including Marty Beller, Jim Boggia, Jonathan Coulton, Jack Petruzzelli, Paul Carbonara, Peter Kiesewalter, Clauda Chopek and Eleanor Norton.
Venue Information:
The Cutting Room
44 E. 32nd St.
New York, NY, 10016