Feature Show 3/12/09
Low Water | Thursday March 12th
70 N.6th St, Brooklyn
The Feature Show brings our Monthly Featured Artist to the stage for a night of exceptional live music. The Featured Artist receives a high level of promotion from Jezebel Music in the form of a full length article, street team campaign, videocast, photo shoot with a great photographer, and month long exposure on JezebelMusic.com.
|9:00 Drew Citron|
|10:00 My Sister in 1994|
|11:00 Low Water|
Drew Citron plays lady jams. She is also a member of the all-female trio MAX.
My Sister In 1994
Travis Stewart plays bass and other stuff. Ben Engel beats the drums. Zach Stamler plays sax and other stuff too. He also plays bass when Travis isn’t. Tom Barr plays the St. Patrick and it’s ancestors. Donald Ducote sings and plays guitar.
Expect to hear a lot more from Low Water in 2009: PBS will feature the track “House in the City” on the documentary series Roadtrip Nation this season. And recent chat in the blogosphere is adding to the anticipation of the soon-to-be-released CD as well; Pop Headwound posted “Voodoo Taxi”, the album’s first track, as a song of the month (along with Jenny Lewis) and culturespill.com recently exclaimed, “Back-to-basics rock and roll that awakens you to just how desperate you’ve been for a band that’s not afraid to sound this real.”
Governours is an alternative rock band from Brooklyn, NY. The band consists of Bill Bartholomew (vocals, guitar), Tito Ladd (drums) and John Phipps (bass). Their distinct blend of folk-pop songs, danceable undertones and Neil Young-inspired guitar solos have earned them a dedicated core of fans and an expanding national base.