Step Back in Time with Neo-Vaudville Trio Dirty Mae and a Secret Speakeasy

The debut of New York's newest neo-vaudeville/indie folk trio, Dirty Mae, kicks off with an exotic evening of magic, music and mystery during July's most mischievous weekend. A speakeasy event to unveil their self-titled freshman EP, their music captures an old world feel with a new world edge, while exploring influences of New Orleans ghost folk and playful raucous riffs. A full immersive experience, steeped in the nostalgia of the 1920's, guests will enter with a secret password at the front door for an evening of wizardry, eye gazing, a burlesque performance by the acclaimed Pearls Daily, an appearance by The Manhattan Mermaid, and Mia Julep, tarot card readings and other surprises.

Led by actor/singer Ben Curtis on guitar and banjo, his new bride, lead vocalist, Cassie Fireman, and Robin Frost on piano and guitar, Dirty Mae was conceived in the fall of 2017 has worked to solidify their haunting sound through guest appearances in Manhattan's most celebrated music halls and collective writing sessions.

Saturday, July 14, 2018. cocktails and curiosity begin at 8:00 p.m., live music at 9:30 p.m.

This speakeasy event has an undisclosed location. Once tickets are purchased (at http://bit.ly/DirtyMaeSpeakeasy) the location with entry password will be given.

ABOUT DIRTY MAE

After the rise and fall of his fame as the "Dell Computer Dude," award-winning actor & Tennessee native, Ben Curtis, decided to pursue his roots in his first passion: music. His vocal grit, southern-bred blues and rockstar presence have landed him success in bands across the nation, but it wasn't until 2012, when met the sweet & sultry California-native, Cassie Fireman, that he truly began to shine. She's more than just good looks. With her sultry voice, insatiable talent for lyrics and poetry, Cassie put a spell on the southern boy. Their connection was electric and there was no escaping their unbreakable bond. They've since had 3 musical projects together ranging from bluegrass to hard rock, and as a result, have been featured in numerous national publications. They knew something was missing though, and 2 years later, in the summer of 2016, they found it. Curtis befriended a young musical prodigy by the name of Robin Frost. Frost belted out old world New Orleans jazz and blues that he seems to channel from a past life, and they two knew they had something special. Curtis introduced Frost to his project with Fireman, and thus emerged the unique and magnetic sound that is DIRTY MAE, an unforgettable unique sound of sultry jazz, old world blues & rocking Americana that will keep you swinging all night long. In less than one year, they been featured on the CW Network & graced world-class venues such as (le) Poisson Rouge, BB Kings and most recently CitiField for the Yankees Mets Subway Series Concert.

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