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Spuyten Duyvil and The End of America at the Jalopy Theatre in Brooklyn, NY Feb 25th

Jan 16 | Posted by: Mark

Two powerhouse Americana artists join forces for an evening of foot stomping musical magic in the heart of Brooklyn's vibrant music scene.

(718) 395 3214 | FEBRUARY 25TH | 8:00PM
On February 25thSpuyten Duyvil (pronounced "SPITE-en DIE-vul") returns to The Jalopy Theatre with their infectious, original spin on traditional music and alternative folk rock.  In 2016, their CD, "The Social Music Hour Vol. 1", received an International Folk Music Awards' "Album Of The Year" nomination.  They kick off their 2017 season with a fresh round of re-imagined traditional songs and their new single "The Warmth Of Other Suns".  Borrowing novelist Richard Wright's phrase and paying homage to Isabel Wilkerson's (http://isabelwilkerson.com/) thought provoking, timely and moving book of the same name, this inspiring song of resistance is available to all as a free download.
See Spuyten Duyvil: http://bit.ly/1Gz3r3T
Tireless collaborators and promotors of new artists, Spuyten Duyvil is thrilled to share the Jalopy stage with a favorite discovery from last summer's festival season, Philadelphia-based The End of America.

A band of friends, singers and travelers, TEOA seamlessly blend three-part harmony with folk rock and Americana.  The breakout trio brings stellar vocal chemistry and a beautiful raw honesty to their music.  TEOA recently released their debut LP (self-titled), a follow-up to their previous EPs, Shakey and Steep Bay.  Organizers and attendees voted the band "Best Discovered Act of the 2016 Philadelphia Folk Festival".  Anyone who has seen them knows why.
See The End Of America: http://bit.ly/2khjovh
The Jalopy Theatre and School of Music is a community arts center focused on traditional roots music from around the world.  They showcase folk, bluegrass, country, blues and traditional world music.  In addition to nightly concerts, Jalopy is both a music school and a vintage instrument store. 

Contact: Beth Kaufman | Spuyten Duyvil Music  | (917) 562 8584 | Beth@imix.org

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