Saturday, December 24, 2022

11/22/22 –11th St Bar, Puma Per and Friends with Joff Wilson, Joe Sztabnik and Dave Donen

All photos courtesy of Bob Krasner. 
Follow him on Instagram: @bobkrasner, @bobkrasnertoo

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Guest Nino Mendoza

Joff Wilson with guest saxophone players Danny Ray and Seaton Hancock
Seaton Hancock




 

A Journey to Joy Through Decades of Troeller’s Erotic Portraiture by Puma Perl, Chelsea Community News


My article about the retrospective of Linda Troeller's work here:

https://chelseacommunitynews.com/2022/11/20/a-journey-to-joy-through-decades-of-troellers-erotic-portraiture/

It was her first NYC exhibit, at the Museum of Sex. Self portrait by Troeller.

11/14/22 – Anyway Café, with Joe Sztabnik and Dave Donen




 Second Mondays continue. Photos by (top to bottom) Anne Husick, Ingrid Vipper, Don Sztabnik.

Friday, December 23, 2022

10/27/22 –Sally Can’t Dance, Cramps Version



 Another Sally Can't Dance Cramps themed show for Halloween. Band was myself, Joe Sztabnik, Rick Eckerle guesting on bass, Dave Donen.

Top photo, Alan Rand, bottom photo, Anne Husick

10/21/22 –Kingston Pop Museum


 


John Stavros invited Joe Sztabnik and myself to perform at the opening of the AAA Exhibit at the Kingston Pop Museum, Kingston, NY, a tribute to art, music, and fashion exhibition in tribute to Andy Warhol, Antonio Lopez, and Bill Aucoin.
Watch video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3B7y-NztWfU
Photos of Joe and myself by John Richard, Group photo courtesy of John Stavros.
Also performing were SoulCake, Walter Steding, Michael Anthony Alago, and others.

10/15/22 – Music Under the Stars, 6th and B Garden


 Last show of the season, with Joff Wilson, Seaton Hancock, Dave Donen, and Joe Sztabnik.

Photo, Danielle Charette


10/13/22 - DADA!



 Top photo by Allison Ross, group shot courtesy of Three Rooms Press.

Yearly publication of Maintenant 16: A Journal of Contemporary Dada Writing and Art. I participated in the performance at the Jefferson Market Library, reading my published work, "Wicker Seats," and another poem, "When All Went Well."