Jazz, soul, Live PA.
Mistura que da certo. Nessa Quinta-feira a partir das 20h30, no @cafesocietysp abertura com a Jazz Band e finalização com Setlist do @djmarcelobotelho as 23h30.
Reservas pelo Facebook ou pelo (11) 97369-4410 (WhatsApp). #Jazz#DinnerSpeakeasy#performance#Arte#Música#setlist
This is from last week :) Tonight's challenge: sing "Sunday...George" opening for memory n win a prize! What do you want to go down tonight? We're taking requests now, see ya from 8 onwards! @clubcumming #mondaysintheclubwithlance#setlist
#Interpol - Paul Banks, Sam Fogarino & Daniel Kessler @ Forest Hills Tennis Stadium, New York, NY on Saturday, September 23, 2017.
Turn on the Bright Lights:
Say Hello to the Angels
Stella Was a Diver and She Was Always Down
Not Even Jail
All the Rage Back Home
Se você ler este livro e tiver vontade de dançar, não estranhe. A vida de Sonia Abreu é tão contagiante quanto os sets que ela apresenta nas melhores festas e casas noturnas do Brasil e do mundo. Sonia é a primeira DJ deste país, e provavelmente a melhor de todas ainda em atividade. Um símbolo da força e da arte feminina a serviço da música. Você vai ver um desfile de fatos e nomes importantes do nosso cenário artístico. Se jogue na pista! @djsoniabreu #soniaabreu#dj#musica#casanoturna#artista#setlist#mulherdj
THE GLORIOUS SONS: Making a Setlist with @theglorioussons
Frontman Brett Emmons on the band’s latest album, strange tour stories and his secret to what makes a great setlist.
From writer @kevindannycarr: From Hemingway to Springsteen, the aimless days of youth are a frequent source of storytelling and songwriting. Brett Emmons, frontman of the Glorious Sons, continues in the tradition, but suggests no one has quite captured the story he is trying to tell.
Drinking, drugs, wandering, fighting—life at the speed of reckless youth. But here, the cliche party bus turns into a more meaningful vehicle: Self-awareness of Emmons’ own flaws and the recognition that he is not ready to let them go. It’s all found on the Glorious Sons’ latest album, 'Young Beauties and Fools' (due out October 13 via BMG/Black Box Recordings).
Sonically, the new record builds upon the foundation of their debut, 'The Union' (2014), which racked up over 10 million streams across the U.S. and Canada. Mixing the Gaslight Anthem’s grit with the pop accessibility of American Authors (not to mention, at times, the vocal prowess of Bob Seger), the Glorious Sons have established a sound that borrows the best of the past while keeping an eye on the future. Post-vintage is one way to phrase it. Emmons simply calls it, “Crazy, sweaty rock ‘n’ roll.”
With over 350 performances under their young belts, the Glorious Sons’ “road warrior” mentality has earned them a growing, dedicated fan base, as well as a reverence for the stage. This fall, they return to the road with Greta Van Fleet, with a few headlining dates after. They’ll be primarily promoting 'Young Beauties and Fools,' a transparent gut-punch of an experience that demands to be heard live and sung loudly. But the band has also promised a different setlist every night, featuring old, new and future material—a “free-for-all.” FULL STORY ON BEHINDTHESETLIST.COM (link in bio).