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GIL EVANS CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION Kicks Off Highline Ballroom Events, Now thru 6/4

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Highline Ballroom has announced its upcoming shows, May 21-June 4, 2012. See below for the full schedule.

EVERY SATURDAY LATE NIGHT at The Highline Ballroom:

The Rewind Show
with live performances and celebrity DJs
21 or over to enter
Doors at 10:30pm, Show at 11:00pm
$20 at door
RSVP to info@4kent.com

The Rewind Show is a vision we have had for as long as we have been in the business of night clubs and event planning. We are tired of the same concept that every night-club in NYC has been stuck with over the years and think that it's time to change the way to party! As we all know nothing can compare to a live performance and therefore we have created the Rewind Show! We want to bring an experience like no other by combining the live music of the 80's Rock & Roll era along with the best DJ's spinning the present hits. Every Saturday night, the Highline Ballroom will operate as a high-end night club to let people experience the Rewind Show. (http://therewindshow.com/)

May 21, 2012

The Gil Evans Centennial Celebration
A Moment in Music History!
Featuring The Gil Evans Orchestra with special guests
Tickets $20 - 35
Concert starts @ 9:00PM, Doors open @ 7:00PM

Ticketing options:
• Floor Seating: $30 in advance, $35 day of show
• Wing Seating: $30 in advance, $35 day show
(must buy whole table or booth)
• GA Seating: $20 in advance, $25 day of show

Dinner menu available/ General Admission Seating / First come, first seated / $10 min/person at tables / All ages

The Gil Evans Orchestra will perform for the final event of a week of Gil Evans Centennial Celebrations, all honoring the legendary jazz arranger and composer (1912-1988). In addition, the show tonight will feature performances by special guests Jimmy Cobb, Airto Moreira, Lenny White, Will Lee, John Simon, Matthew Garrison, and others. Paul Shaffer will act as the master of ceremonies for a program that will includes surprise speakers, vocalists, and music ranging from Hendrix and Jaco to the classics.

May 23, 2012

Coors Light Rock Prendido
Babasónicos
Opening Act(s): Contramano, Capsula
Tickets $30.00 ADV, $35.00 DOS
Concert starts @ 8:00PM, Doors open @ 6:00PM
Full dinner menu available / General Admission Standing / Limited Seats Available / First come, first seated / $10 min per person at tables / All ages

With a name that refers partly to the Indian gugu Sai Baba and partly to The Jetsons (Los Supersónicos in Spanish), indie rock collective Babasónicos first emerged in the wave of new Argentine rock bands of the late '80s and early '90s, along with groups like Peligrosos Gorriones and Los Brujos. The outfit quickly became one of the banner groups of the country's sonic underground movement in the late '90s. Lead singer Adrián "Dárgelos" Rodríguez and keyboardist Diego "Uma-T" Tuñón initially decided to create a New Wave style, which didn't fall in line with the established traditions of Argentine rock music. The group's second album Trance Zomba (1994) incorporated a guest DJ, and the ensuing years saw the band experiment with various diverse styles.

May 24, 2012

Nikka Costa
Opening Act(s): Anya Marina
Tickets $18.00 ADV, $20 DOS
Concert starts @ 8:00PM, Doors open @ 6:00PM
Full dinner menu available / General Admission Standing / Limited seating available / First come, first seated / $10 min per person at tables / All ages

If you’re going to make soul music – joyful, authentic, modern yet classic soul music – it really helps if that music is allowed to come straight from your soul. That's exactly where Nikka Costa's music has been coming from since she was a little girl. Born in Tokyo, she literally grew up in music. Her father, legendary producer, conductor, and arranger Don Costa, had a profound influence on her life, even though he suddenly passed away when she was 10 years old. By that point, Costa was already a successful recording artist. At eight years old, she released her first album, which featured her version of "Out Here on My Own" from Fame. The release was the beginning of many albums and tours throughout Europe, South America, Australia, and more, which led to a nominations for ARIA Breakthrough Artist in 1996, Best Female Artist in 1997, and MTV's Best New Artist in 2001.

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