Monday, June 25, 2007

All The People You Love 7/2

New York: Variety/Music/Performance -
"...funny, edgy and inspiring." - Time Out New York

"...something in your heart will be touched." - Next Magazine

"This is a really good show, with great curation. The guests are smart and Greg is tremendously charming and funny." - Jeff Stark, Nonsense NYC

ALL THE PEOPLE YOU LOVE at The Cutting Room on July 2nd at 7:30. (Doors at 7PM) $10. Join us for a truly lovely evening of stories and music from some of the best artists in New York City! Featuring: Bogs Visionary Orchestra, Brent Eden McCoy, Susan Prekel, Project Jenny Project Jan, Adam Sank, Andy Christie, and Greg Walloch. The Cutting Room - 19 West 24th Street between Broadway and 6th Avenue. Reservations: BrownPaperTickets or tickets at the door. Wear somethin’ cute and bring all the people you love! Check out: All The People You Love.

Featured Guests Have Included:
Mike Albo, Sxip Shirey, Jason Wachtelhausen, Ophira Eisenberg, Curtis Eller, James Braly, Craig Baldo, Erin O'Hara, Daniel Cartier and Greg Walloch.

All The People You Love on July 2nd

Bogs Visionary Orchestra’s imaginative approach to performance has won them audiences at alternative venues like the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art. The inclusion of their song Everybody’s Broken on Mews Too: An Asthmatic Kitty Compilation attests to their quirky nature and Indie Folk appeal. Led by the simple arrangements, memorable lyrics and peculiar vocals of artist/performer A. Bogs, BVO’s motto always rings true, “Art is for folks!” Check ‘em out at

Adam Sank is the host of Adam Sank’s Gay Bash - a hilarious monthly showcase at New York's Comix comedy club. He also hosts the popular Electro Shock Therapy Comedy Hour weekly at Therapy bar. He has performed at major clubs throughout the city, as well as Fire Island (The Ice Palace at Cherry Grove), Rehoboth Beach (The Blue Moon), the Poconos (Rainbow Mountain Resort) and Cancun, Mexico (Atlantis Events). He has appeared on VH-1's Best Week Ever and ClearChannel Pride Radio, and he opened for Hal Sparks during six sold-out shows during Gay Pride 2005. Check out

Brent Eden McCoy grew up on a dairy farm in Northeastern Vermont. He spent his formative years tending to the cows and running a weed whacker. He then learned to juggle, and despite several years of social isolation and esoteric dorkdom, he has become quite the showman. He's performed at festivals, theaters, airports, laundromats, (okay, not really laundromats) around the world. Whether he's wielding five safety cones, untangling a tape measure, or climbing atop a big orange ball, Brent's humble and charming character will clown his way into your heart. Brent lives in Brooklyn, NY, where practices, paints, and prolongs his childhood. Check out

No, Brooklyn’s Project Jenny, Project Jan has neither a Jenny nor a Jan, but the music of vocalist Jeremy Haines and electronic maestro Sammy Rubin will find you hard pressed to pigeonhole. Project Jenny, Project Jan released their first self-titled EP and offered the mp3s up free-and-legal on their site. The press took notice, calling it a “shockingly dynamic, danceable, and hilarious affair” (Billboard) and “incomparable” (Deli Magazine). Their engaging live show got its well-deserved attention too: “This is a band that should be taken seriously, even while singing about homemade sex tapes and the Chinatown bus.” ( out:

Greg Walloch is a writer and performing artist. He has toured everywhere from Sydney Australia's Mardi Gras to Performance Art Platform in Tel Aviv. He has appeared on everything from The Howard Stern Show to Kurt Anderson’s Studio 360 on Public Radio International. Greg has a thing for Skaters, Surfers, Cowboys, and Celebrity Chefs. Check out:

1 comment:

gayle said...

Hey wonderful Greg--wish I could be there!

I tagged you for a blog meme thing, but please don't feel obligated to follow through. I think I inherited number 5 on my list from you after you told me you did the same thing!