LEVEL5 is returning to Rockwood Music Hall’s Stage One!
- Rockwood Music Hall — Stage One
196 Allen Street, NYC NY 10002
- Monday, February 20th, 2017 at 10pm
- FREE admission
- Sick Music
It’s On!! Yup. We’re opening for our composer, Oz Noy at the legendary NYC club, The Bitter End. It was bound to happen. Make sure you’re there. You don’t want to miss it. We’ll be playing a set of Oz Noy originals that you’ve never heard….and then you’ll get to hear him too.
In case anyone thinks that I’m just fancy-pants fusion guy now, don’t worry…I still know how to rock and I always play for the song. Here’s proof. From last week at Arlene’s Grocery, with my long-time rock partners, MANCIE.
Use headphones, cause the audio is pretty decent….
Wednesday, 12/7 at 9pm, we’ll be returning to the LIC Bar on 45-58 Vernon Boulevard in Long Island City. 45 minute set. Don’t miss it!
I’m excited that LEVEL5 will be playing a show at Rockwood. The details:
When: Saturday, 11/19, 1 am
Where: Rockwood Music Hall Stage 1, 196 Allen Street, NYC
We’re ready to rock it.
Just a reminder that my brand new band, LEVEL5, is playing this coming Monday, 9/12 at the L.I.C. Bar in Queens. We start at 9pm, and it’s a short 45 minute set but it promises to be chock full of excitement. Go to the “Listen” section to hear the tunes…which were written by Oz Noy!
Just wanted to let everyone know that I’ll be a guest on Joe Gansas’ great drumming podcast called “Around The Kit” on Sunday, June 26th at 10pm eastern.
You can listen to the show live by going to this link: Around The Kit
You can call in during the show to ask questions by calling this number: (646) 787-8027
The show starts at 8pm with Johnny Rabb, followed by Joe Bergamini a 9:15 and then me at 10pm and Jarrah Jane at 10:30.
Here’s a video promo for the show:
And now for the logo. Every band needs one. It took a little doing. Well, the design went through several versions. The head of Mutant Cat Records, our label, is very finicky (ha ha!!!) and kept rejecting logos. Finally he approved one that we liked too. So here it is!!
I know, I know–it’s just a logo, but I’m diggin’ it. Hope you like it too.
More announcements to come shortly…
So, the other day, I was interviewed for Nick Ruffini’s podcast on Drummer’s Resource. It was a pretty free-flowing discussion and we covered a lot of ground, including:
–How to develop your own voice on the drum set
–The story of my winning the Modern Drummer Neil Peart Drum Solo Contest
–Being entrepreneurial in order to survive as an artist
And tons more. Check it out.
Here’s the link so you can listen: MF on Drummer’s Resource