Sat Jun 20 2015

7:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

The Marlin Room at Webster Hall

125 East 11th St. New York, NY 10003

Ages 18+

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Webster Hall Presents
The Peter Ulrich Collaboration, Erin Hill, Frenchy and the Punk

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  • The Peter Ulrich Collaboration

    The Peter Ulrich Collaboration

    Art Rock

    The Peter Ulrich Collaboration is helmed by Peter Ulrich the renown former percussionist for the iconic Dead Can Dance and a contributor to the UK post-punk supergroup, This Mortal Coil. Peter's appearance in the Marlin Room venue--in support of The Peter Ulrich Collaboration's new album, Tempus Fugitives--marks the beginning of his triumphant return to the live stage as a headliner. The music of The Peter Ulrich Collaboration--a mini-orchestra of superb musicians and vocalists featuring more than a dozen instruments--is a mix of folk rock, psychedelic rock and world music, spiced by Steampunk and Gothic references and recalling, of course, the beautifully constructed soundscapes of Dead Can Dance. In addition to music from Tempus Fugitives, the Marlin Hall performance will feature music from The Peter Ulrich Collaboration's debut album, The Painted Caravan (2013). Reviews of  the Collaboration's music have been overwhelmingly positive both in the UK and the US. RollingStone.com described the album as "a rich and song-filled showcase," while Modern Drummer called it a "grand mix of folk and world music" and Popdose described The Painted Caravan as a "riveting and intriguing" album. Rob Steen of UK's national newspaper, The Independent, has described The Painted Caravan in Music Week as "a smorgasbord of music past, present and future, and a bona fide contender. A collaboration to be cherished." The concert itself has a theatrical overlay and is set in an alternative universe where characters as diverse as Don Juan and blues legend Robert Johnson attempt to flee the ravages of Time.

  • Erin Hill

    Erin Hill

    Singer-Songwriter

    Erin Hill is a singer, harpist, songwriter, and science fiction geek.  She’s had a #1 album on the Billboard world chart and has played & sung with Kanye West, moby, Sinead O’Connor, Enya, Cyndi Lauper, Jewel, etc.  The BBC, Radio 3, says: “The music is beautiful. Voice exquisite; the words telling tales everyone wants to hear.  The totality makes a noise that cloaks the soul.”

    Her music videos “Giant Mushrooms” and “Lookout, Science” (premiered by USA Today) are from her award-winning album Girl Inventor.  She is the voice and harp of Tafne in the Android video game “The Legacy of Barubash” and has been featured with her harp in an HBO “Game of Thrones” promo. Newsday calls her “the dangerously enjoyable Erin Hill.” She’s also known as The Pretty White Girl on Comedy Central's “Chappelle's Show.” 

  • Frenchy and the Punk

    Frenchy and the Punk

    Adult Alternative

    Frenchy and the Punk is a carnival of two that will take you from the
    Moulin Rouge to CBGBs and back again. A rollicking flapper folk punk
    steampunk cabaret with Taiko meets Rio de Janeiro pounding drum
    instrumentals.

    Imagine Siouxsie Sioux and Dee Dee Ramone had a duo that was inspired by
    Django Reinhardt, Edith Piaf, Toulouse Lautrec and Deepak Chopra, this is
    what it might sound like. One part Dresden Dolls, Sonny and Cher and one
    part White Stripes. A pixie spirited flexitarian band of tree hugging,
    gothic, folky, Steam Punks by way of Paris and New York. Doused in red
    wine, kale and granola, raised on punk rock and ballet, eclectic and
    uplifting… fun with a capital F!

Webster Hall Presents

The Peter Ulrich Collaboration, Erin Hill, Frenchy and the Punk

Sat Jun 20 2015 7:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

The Marlin Room at Webster Hall New York NY
The Peter Ulrich Collaboration, Erin Hill, Frenchy and the Punk
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