Calendar of Events

February 2023
February 2, 2023
Jennifer O'Connor / Chris Brokaw / Joe Sepi
Show Starts:
7:30 pm
Show End:
11:30 pm
Doors will open approximately 30minutes prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
12
Ages
21
and up allowed
About the Show and the Artist:
 
Jennifer O’Connor is a musician, songwriter and producer from Nyack, NY.  She has released a total of 7 albums, a few EPs and multiple singles since her self-titled debut in 2002 via her own Kiam Records imprint as well as with Matador Records and Red Panda Records.  She has been called “a songwriter’s songwriter whose albums are master classes in economy and clarity” by Paste Magazine and her songs, “near perfect” by The New Yorker.  O’Connor has written original music for as well as had songs from her albums featured in dozens of television shows and films including The Handmaid’s TaleThe Good Fight, Orange Is The New BlackSons of AnarchyQueer as Folk and more.   She has toured the US extensively and shared stages with Neko Case, Wilco, Silver Jews, Cass McCombs and many others.   Jennifer’s most recent album, Born At The Disco, was listed among Forbes’ most notable albums of 2021.
   
 
Chris Brokaw is perhaps best known for his work with the bands Codeine and Come. He has released over two dozen solo recordings of instrumental and vocal music; composes for film and dance companies; and currently plays with Come, Codeine, Lupo Citta and the Martha's Vineyard Ferries. He has an ongoing project with Matthew Nolan performing live scores to the silent films of Peter Hutton. He has worked as an accompanist to Christina Rosenvinge, Thurston Moore, Evan Dando, Jennifer O'Connor, Rhys Chatham, Steve Wynn, Alan Licht and GG Allin. His latest solo album 'Puritan' was voted Best Album of 2021 by ExitMusik (Paris).
 
 

Joe Sepi has been playing in bands since he was 15 and moved all around the country chasing music. His first band’s release was produced by Built to Spill’s Doug Martsch and his forthcoming release features friends from Silkworm, Chevelle, Wrong War, and even Lil Bub’s human. While he’s been in many bands you’ve likely never heard of, the only constants in this journey of sound have been Joe’s heart-on-sleeve voice, magic rocket guitar, and change. His new band, Mister Magnus, is just taking flight.