The days and nights of New Rochelle are always filled with exciting activities!
Tonight at 8:00, blues and jazz great, guitarist Jonathan Kalb performs Friday in lounge of Rangoli’s restaurant!
Much more music over the weekend:
Saturday at 7:00, critically acclaimed & published singer-songwriter-guitarist Alex Berne takes the stage at the Beanberry Café and Yogurt Bar
Dudley’s Parkview Restaurant presents The Baldies at 9:00
There will be plenty of food, eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, a 50/50 raffle and much more at the American Legion Post 8 Brunch. This event kicks off at 11:00 am.
Head over to St. John’s Episcopal Church at 3:00, to enjoy Shakespeare Showtunes. Listen in on an afternoon of B
roadway songs inspired by Shakespeare in this beautiful, historic church
And later next week, Thursday the 14th, another unique take on Shakespeare. New Rochelle High School presents Romeo & Juliet: Three Ways. Marvel at the classic love story interpreted through a variety of mediums.
As always, these events were taken directly from the Talk of the Sound community calendar!Read more
WVOX'S "Metal Mayhem" show will feature Don Jamieson live this Friday at 8:10pm exclusively on 1460 am and wvox.com! Don is the wickedly - popular co-host of vh1 classic's "That Metal Show" (now is it's 7th season!) and ultra - funny comedian extraordinaire.
Host Matt O'Shaughnessy will talk with Jamieson about his forthcoming cd "Live and Hilarious" and the new season of "That Metal Show". Don also speaks with Matt about his being on "Good Morning America" and the "Joy Behar Show" and much more! Don't miss the one and only Don Jamieson this Friday on WVOX's "Metal Mayhem" on 1460 am and worldwide on wvox.com!
Don Jamieson live this Friday on WVOX - you will never laugh more! 1460 am and wvox.com worldwide!Read more
WVOX'S "Metal Mayhem" show welcomes the world's first and only all female Judas Priest tribute band - Judas Priestess - live this Friday, April 1st at 8:10pm! It's April Fool's Day and anything can happen and will! These highly talented spike and chain clad women rock hard and WVOX presents them in all their hard rock majesty on 1460 am and wvox.com this Friday!
Press and praise for Judas Priestess:
“These girls are lethal musicians that just happen to be drop dead sexy. A winning combo in my book – John Pfeiffer, The Aquarian
"All girls playing all Priest, it doesn't get any better than that!"- Talking Metal
“26 year Priest fan – I love what I see here!” -Andy Metal
“The world seems ready for the dawn of Judas Priestess, an homage that’s already received Rob Halford’s stamp of approval despite having only played their first gig” Red Bank Orbit
"All-Girl JUDAS PRIEST Tribute Band Tearing Up Stages!" - Blabbermouth.net
"New York City’s Judas Priestess are not the kind of girls you want to take home to mother… because mother would likely ditch dear ol’ dad and run away with this bunch of leather-clad heathens." -Jeanne Fury, Decibel MagazineRead more
Straight Line Stitch, hot on the heels of their just released new cd, "The Fight Of Our lives" will be Matt O'Shaughnessy's featured guest this Friday on WVOX's "Metal Mayhem"...
Vocalist extraordinaire Alexis Brown will discuss the making of the band's innovative and acclaimed new cd and what it was like to share the stage with the likes of Slayer, Napalm Death, 36 Crazyfists, Devildriver and others, and much more! This Friday at 9:00pm, WVOX presents Alexis Brown of Straight Line Stitch only on 1460 am and wvox.com worldwide!
Straight Line Stitch on WVOX exclusively this Friday at 9pm!
Fans can visit the band's myspace page at: myspace.com/straightlinestitch
Also this Friday, Matt welcomes one of his all time favorite local groups to the show - Apple Tracy - a highly talented band set to make major strides in the rock world in the years to come! Apple Tracy is not your average rock outfit...comprised of several very motivated and brilliant musicians, the group has caught the attention of wvox and Matt O'Shaughnessy who says, " Apple Tracy will be a band to watch in 2011 and beyond with their awesome and unique sound!"Read more
"Laugh longer, live longer" says Eric Woodlin, New Rochelle resident and independent producer at Incoming Tide Entertainment. This Saturday 9:30pm, his comedy tour The Spare Change Comedy Tour returns to New Rochelle's Rangoli Lounge at 615 Main Street.
The evenings featured stand-up comedians are Tirrell Abraham, Kitty Lindsay, Freddy Sheffield and New Rochelle's own Amy Carlson.
Tell your neighbors and bring a few friends, sharing good times and laughter. Tickets available at $10pp online at SmartTix.com's weblink http://www.smarttix.com/show.aspx?showcode=RAN8. And $15 thereafter.
Rangoli is offering a complimentary tasting of their signature cuisine from 9:00-9:30pm so early arrivals a must!
For more of Incoming Tide's New Rochelle entertainment news, stay in touch with us at www.incomingtideentertainment.com, where you will find our comedy video reel of the January show.Read more
WVOX'S "Metal Mayhem" show will present a live in studio interview with New York Tri-State progressive metal rockers "Livesay" this Friday at 8:10pm...exclusively on 1460 am and worldwide on wvox.com!
The legendary New York band will talk with host Matt O'Shaughnessy about the making of their new cd - "Awaken The Giant"...and their long and successful career as one of the area's most productive and highly talented group's ever!
"Livesay is a group I have always given special attention to and their unique brand of heavy metal is so deserving of major label recognition. This is definitley a band to watch for in the next few years..."says O'Shaughnessy.
Livesay - live this Friday at 8:10pm on WVOX's "Metal Mayhem" with Matt O'Shaughnessy - only on 1460 am and worldwide on wvox.com! Fans can call into the show at 914-636-0110.Read more
img src="http://www.newrochelletalk.com/%3Ca%20href%3D"http://www.newrochelletalk.com/files/NewImage_2.png">http://www.newrochelletalk.com/files/NewImage_2.png" alt="NewImage" border="0" title="Josh Nelson Project" class="caption"width="200" height="150" style="float:right;" />Rock music with a Jewish sensibility that will appeal to every age group and every audience will be highlighted in a concert featuring the Josh Nelson Project at Temple Israel of New Rochelle, March 26 at 7:30 pm. The concert, sponsored by TIFTY (Temple Israel Federation of Temple Youth), the Temple’s high school organization, is a benefit for the Youth Involvement Fund.
For lovers of contemporary rock music, this highly acclaimed group headed by Josh Nelson will be a special treat. Its Jewish edge is apparent in lyrics in Hebrew or with Jewish identity themes. Critics have cited Josh’s “high-energy and captivating performance style” and have noted that “his music consistently leaves audiences with strong feelings of community.” A multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, Josh’s music is integrated into the repertoire of congregations, communities and camps around the world. His CD, “Lift,” released in 2009, has broken new ground with razor-sharp lyricism and a progressive, radio-ready sound.Read more