Live for Live Music Presents…Eddie Roberts West Coast Sounds: End of the Funking World Party. [Win free tickets to the event below]
Eddie Roberts of the New Mastersounds will be celebrating the release of his new solo album It’s About time.Roberts will be leading an all-star cast of musicians including Adam Scone (Mofro) on the Hammond B3 organ, Jermal Watson (Dirty Dozen Brass Band) on drums, Peter Apfelbaum (Trey Anastasio Band) on saxophone, Steven Bernstein (Levon Helm Band/Sex Mob) on trumpet, and some very special guests! Also featuring Borahm Lee‘s (Break Science) Dopamine Project.This End of the Funking World Party is set to go all night, so be prepared to get your funk on, cuz there ain’t no party like a New York party, cuz a New York party don’t stop….well, at least until the world ends. We will see you there! Doors are at 11 pm $15 in advance or $20 at the door.
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4. The contest ends at 12 noon on Friday. Good Luck!
Greg Sarafan founded Greg Sarafan’s Sensible Reason in 2007. He started blogging for HeadCount in January 2011. Soon after he organized and ran a small but successful charity festival called Binghamtronica to benefit HeadCount and OxFam America. He is a Team Leader in NYC as well as Artist Relations representative for HeadCount. Greg has BAs in political science and art history from Binghamton University. Greg has a J.D. as well as a Certificate in Intelectual Property, Media and Privacy from Brooklyn Law School . Greg also volunteers for OxFam America as a Concert Outreach Coordinator. In 2009 Greg presented his theory of Artistic Stylistic Transmission in the Royal Mughal Atelier at an art history symposium at Ohio State University.