Something I Learned Today: Photographic Recap
Something I Learned Today
Dead Flowers Productions proudly presents Something I Learned Today: An All-Star Tribute To Hüsker Dü to benefit New York Cares.
The singers: Mick Collins (The Dirtbombs), Erica Stolz (Sanhedrin), Joey Plunkett (Country Westerns), Anthony Roman (Radio 4), Eric Davidson (New Bomb Turks), Kevin Egan (Beyond), Sohrab Habibion (Obits/Savak), Michael Jaworski (Savak), Leah Beth Fishman (PMS & The Mood Swings/Habibi), Jason Byers (Disengage), Zach Lipez (Publicist UK), Zohra Atash (Azar Swan), and Vinny Carriero (Action Park). The band: Jeff Kaplan (Two Man Advantage/Too Many Voices), Aaron Pagdon (Two Man Advantage/Action Park) and Benjamin Howard Smith (The Brought Low/Sweet Diesel).
Plus: Brooklyn's own Moral Panic and DJ TomDash (WFMU).
Something To Explain
Mr. Lee (and The Stranger) will be spinning 45s at the record release show for Brooklyn maximum rock'n'soul band The High Stride.
Get Out In The Light
Jump for Joy!
The Fix It!
"My father wanted a celebration of his life and legacy. No depressing funeral dirges for him, no way! Only positivity, love, music and dancing. This is our chance to give him the fiesta he dreamed of, to send him back out into the universe with style! Adios Papa, we will all see you on the Heaviside where all the cool cats go. Viva La Raza!" -Aram Delgado
These Sounds Lead The Way
High quality shirt from the esteemed Brooklyn DJ sound system, with styling original artwork by Adam Suerte (Urban Folk Art Studios). This is a limited-edition, pre-order sale running for one week and ending on February 27th. Shirts will ship 1-2 weeks after the sale ends.
Maximum Rock & Soul!
Dead Flowers In Bloom!
Dreams To Remember
Seeing our work in the "industry of human happiness" has hit a unfortunate long pause (end?) due to the pandemic and shutdown of venues, we decided to start uploading photos from past events we booked and promoted. Check them out at our Facebook page.
Photo: New Bomb Turks live at The Bell House, 2010
The Dark End Of The Street
Due to the pandemic and subsequent shutdown of music venues, Dead Flowers has unfortunately ground to a halt. It hurts us deeply to not do what we love, which is to produce live music events in New York City. We've been trying to hustle ways to be creative, and as such we are thrilled to announce that The Dark End Of The Street coffee, Mr. Lee of Dead Flowers Productions' collaboration with Oak & Crow Coffee Co. is now available! Without hyperbole, we can assure you that the coffee is delicious; and your purchase also helps support two small businesses during these very trying times.
Things Are Going To Get Better
Gonna Get Ya
You Must Believe Me
Time Changes Everything
Saturday, March 7th at Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church
The Odds Were Good
Get Back Up!
Much Too Much
As Safe As Yesterday Is
Keep It Moving
Wax On Tap
Holding On With Both Hands
In. The Cut
Ba Ba Boom Time!
Business As Usual
RYAN LUCE (RECORD RELEASE SHOW)
LOW ROLLER • DJ HONKY TONK RADIO GIRL
Saturday, July 20th at Littlefield