SubCulture to Host Two Cabaret-Influenced Shows in January
On the 29th SubCulture will host Grammy® Award-winning vocal ensemble, The King's Singers and their homage to The Great American Songbook! Performing favorites by Rodgers & Hart, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin and more, this will be an exciting intimate performance for this acclaimed A Capella ensemble.
Described as "sensational" by the New York Times, Storm Large will grace the SubCulture stage with the unique talent and charm that stole the hearts of curious listeners and converted them into dedicated fans. Storm was a finalist on the CBS reality show Rock Star: Supernova in 2006 and made her debut as a guest vocalist with the band Pink Martini in 2011, gaining her national and international exposure. In addition to sold-out concerts at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC and performing at Carnegie Hall, she went on to release a musical memoir, Crazy Enough, which was named Oprah's Book of the Week and awarded the 2013 Oregon Book Award for Creative Non-Fiction. On January 14th, witness her creative genius in a live performance in New York.
http://stormlarge.com/ | Tix: $25 in advance / $30 at the door
Wednesday, January 18: The King's Singers
The internationally renowned, Grammy® Award-winning A Cappella vocal ensemble, The King's Singers, have not only traveled the world, but they've won its heart. Their incredible intonation, vocal blend, perfect articulation, and entertaining persona earned them a place in the world of entertainment and academia. The King's Singers are bringing back the essence of New York with sophisticated arrangements of The Great American Songbook, including their favorite tunes by Rodgers & Hart, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin and many others for their intimate performance at SubCulture. At the rate that these guys are touring the world, it is best to catch them while you can.
http://www.kingssingers.com/ | Tix: $50 in advance / $60 at the door