Tuesday, July 17, 2007

All The People You Love 8/7

"...funny, edgy and inspiring." - Time Out New York

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

at The Cutting Room on August 7th 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: Bridget Everett, Jim Andralis, Larry Krone, Susan Prekel, Jackie Monahan, back by popular demand New York's angriest yodeling banjo player Curtis Eller, 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
Curtis Eller is New York City's angriest yodeling banjo player. He started his show business career at the age of seven as a juggler and acrobat, but has since turned to the banjo because that's where the money is. Mr. Eller and his band "The American Circus" have performed at funerals, horse races, burlesque shows and vaudeville revues. His biggest musical influences are Buster Keaton, Elvis Presley and Abraham Lincoln. Yodeling and some strong language can be expected. Check out: www.CurtisEller.com


Jim Andralis formerly wrote, sang, and played accordion with The Isotoners and The New Criticism. More recently he has been performing solo at New York venues such as Mo Pitkin’s and Therapy. Bridget Everett is the co-creator and star of Off-Off Broadway sensation “At Least It’s Pink” with collaborators Kenny Mellman and Michael Patrick King presented last year at Ars Nova, New York and coming soon to Off Broadway. Larry Krone is a visual and performing artist who has shown and performed at art and music venues such as The Whitney Museum and Tonic. This Fall he will be featured in Portland, Oregon’s TBA festival. Jim, Bridget, and Larry have performed together along with Kenny Mellman over the past several years at Starlight and Dixon Place, culminating in their critically acclaimed La MaMa extravaganza, “Y’all Ready for This?”.

Since moving to NYC from Michigan to pursue comedy, Susan has worked at clubs including Gotham, Carolines, Catch a Rising Star and The Improv. In 2003, Susan performed at the Montreal Comedy Festival in the “New Faces” and “Dating It” shows, then returned in 2005 to appear in “Dating It” again. Since making her TV debut on Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham” last year, she has also appeared in a national commercial for Lowe’s, an Oxygen promotion, and will be a featured performer in an upcoming episode of “Comics Unleashed.” Check out: www.Prekel.com

Unpredictable, Zany, Blatant, and Brilliant are all words that have been used to describe Jackie Monahan's comedy. She performs Nationally with the LOL tour and most recently at the House of Blues in Atlantic City. Check out: www.jackiemonahan.com

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: www.GregWalloch.com

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