The Two Tens, The New Review , Denny Love

Sun Dec 4 2016

7:30 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Knitting Factory - Brooklyn

361 Metropolitan Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211

$10.00 ADV / $12.00 DOS

All Ages

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  • The Two Tens

    The Two Tens

    Punk

    Buzzing guitars, big thumping drums and sheets of skysaw vocals… this is The Two Tens. Barely a year old, The Two Tens consist of guitarist/vocalist Adam Bones and drummer Rikki Styxx.  Inspired by ‘60s garage and ‘70s punk along with all manner of modern buzz ‘n’ fuzz, Bones and Styxx are ready to bring The Two Tens sound and style to you and your mama.  

    Shortly after forming, the band quickly wrote 12 songs and recorded them with producer Bruce Duff (Prima Donna, Streetwalkin’ Cheetahs) at Paul Roessler’s (Screamers, 45 Grave) Kitten Robot studio in Los Angeles.  Jim Diamond (White Stripes, Dirtbombs) mixed the recordings in Detroit.  The cover was created by Stephen Blickenstaff, well-known for his iconic cover art for the Cramp’s Bad Music for Bad People.

    The Two Tens played an official showcase at SXSW 2015 Saturday Night, were picked as one of six L.A. bands to see at SXSW by Los Angeles Magazine, and had a song in Showtime’s Shameless at the start of the 2015 season.  They’ve supported the Sonics, Naked Raygun, Electric Six and the Misfits, toured the West Coast, played festivals Echo Park Rising, Viva Pomona and HiFi Rockfest.

    The Two Tens new debut album VOLUME is out now on CD and digital formats via Ugly Sugar Records. 

  • The New Review

    The New Review

    Jazz Funk

    TNR is a 9-piece funk band, committed to resurrecting old school soul with modern originality. Arrangements by the talented Jesse Baskin, a horn section complete with seasoned jazz players, a pocket rhythm section, and powerhouse lead vocals by Aubrey Haddard bring the house down. Known for their stellar live performances, The New Review captivates audiences with tasteful melodies and raw energy. TNR released their debut self titled album in March 2015, and will be recording their sophomore album in fall of 2016.

  • Denny Love

    Denny Love

    Pop-Soul

    Denny Love is the immensely talented singer/songwriter and entertainer. He commands the stage with a fervor rarely seen since the golden age of soul and funk. His lyrics have sex appeal. His songs are a celebration of love and life. His voice can make you cry but also get your ass on the dance floor. His band takes his energy and amplifies it to 11! Combining musicians of various musical backgrounds, the experience of seeing and hearing Denny Love is a beautiful union of soulful Pop/R&B and high energy showmanship. Its intoxicating!

    A Native of Central New York, Denny grew up in a hardworking Italian-American family setting the tone for his no-nonsense and driven attitude. It comes through in his music, reminiscent of Prince, Michael Jackson, and James Brown, of which are all of his main influences since he began on the piano and studying voice at age 3. He is truly a phenomenon of vocal talent, with a buttery soft yet extremely powerful tenor, an instrument like no other.

    His accolades include many awards and competition wins, talent scholarships to his Alma Mater of Syracuse University, many national anthems and high profile New York City gigs where he and his band are based. You will fall in love with this funky, dynamic and passionate character as he brings the house down!

Knitting Factory Presents

The Two Tens, The New Review , Denny Love

Sun Dec 4 2016 7:30 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Knitting Factory - Brooklyn Brooklyn NY
The Two Tens, The New Review , Denny Love
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$10.00 ADV / $12.00 DOS All Ages

$10.00 ADV / $12.00 DOS

A portion of every ticket sold is donated to Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, a charity that provides financial assistance to all types of career musicians who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability, or age-related problems. For more info go to www.sweetrelief.org.