Sky-Pony to Play Mercury Lounge, 3/16

Sky-Pony to Play Mercury Lounge, 3/16

On March 16, Brooklyn-based band Sky-Pony will hit the stage at Mercury Lounge, with opening band Toys and Tiny Instruments. Since its formation in 2012, Sky-Pony has garnered a cult following for sets that merge rock show and theatrical event. The Wall Street Journal describes Sky-Pony as "a 1960s girl group on crack - tight, fierce, hilarious and out of their minds."

Lauren Worsham (who's also currently appearing in Broadway's Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder) fronts the group with her husband, Obie Award winning bandleader/songwriter Kyle Jarrow.

It all happens on Sunday March 16 at Mercury Lounge (217 E Houston St, NYC). It's an early show, with opening band Toys and Tiny Instruments at 7pm and Sky-Pony at 8pm. Tickets are $10. More info at The theme of the show is LUCK... after all, St. Patrick's Day is the day after the show.

Sky-Pony is a Brooklyn based band that serves up lush, lyrical, often cheeky indie-pop with a healthy dose of theatrics. They incorporate costumes, choreography, and projections into their high-energy live shows. Rock concert meets performance art meets burlesque, you might say. Their discography includes two EPs: Say You Love Me Like You Mean It and Raptured Live, both available on itunes. In addition to Worsham and Jarrow, Sky-Pony also features the talents of Kevin Wunderlich, Lizzie O'Hara, Kristine Piacentile, Jessi Suzuki, Perry Silver, Eric Day and David Blasher. More info on the band at

Toys And Tiny Instruments is a 7-piece experimental folk rock band that has a self explanatory name. High energy shows, plus quirky and catchy songs make this band a must-see.

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