2nd Official Brooklyn Jeff Buckley Tribute Concert (in the 21st Year of his Afterlife)

2nd Official Brooklyn Jeff Buckley Tribute Concert (in the 21st Year of his Afterlife)

The Tea Club, Nicky Barbato, Brooklyn Raga Massive, Chris Carrigan of Deep Sea, Church of Betty Trio, Curtis J. Social, Mike Horn and Eric Lense of FloodWaves, Mark Lesseraux, On the Sun, Sophie Colette, Tolani, Mia Theodoratus, Tim Murphy, Thomas Wolfe & German Sent of Ted's Dead

Fri Nov 16

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$13.00 - $15.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

*** Lineup subject to change ***

2nd Official Brooklyn Jeff Buckley Tribute Concert (in the 21st Year of his Afterlife)
2nd Official Brooklyn Jeff Buckley Tribute Concert (in the 21st Year of his Afterlife)
Friday, November 16th, is the eve of what would have been Jeff Buckley's 52nd birthday. Join us as we usher in his 21st anniversary in the afterlife since his untimely passing in 1997.

We will remember, celebrate, and relive the artist's work with an intimate evening filled with tribute performances by a diverse range of talented independent musicians. Confirmed performers include Nicky Barbato, Brooklyn Raga Massive, Chris Carrigan of Deep Sea, Church of Betty Trio, Curtis J. Social, Mike Horn and Eric Lense of FloodWaves, Mark Lesseraux, On The Sun, and more! Also featuring an array of merch and exciting raffle prizes!

7:30 p.m. doors, 8:00 to 10:30 p.m. show, with intermission. The after party will be at 11 p.m. at Littlefield's sister business Parklife just around the corner at 636 Degraw Street between 3rd and 4th Avenues. A DJ will play, craft beers will flow, and tacos and burritos will abound!

This event is strictly 21+. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase at a bar staffed by the venue - cards are accepted.

Parklife's Antojitos El Atoradero will have food for purchase at a kiosk inside the venue. Patrons may also order their own food to the venue.

Proceeds from this event will go to these amateur/independent artists, as well as to Education Through Music (ETM), a NYC-based 501(c)(3) that partners with under-resourced schools to provide music as a core subject for all children, and utilizes music education as a catalyst to improve academic achievement, motivation for school and self-confidence. Currently, ETM partners with 65 schools in New York City, serving 34,000 students. $180 provides music education to one children for an entire school year. To learn more, visit www.ETMonline.org.

It will be a rockin', feel-good night. See you music lovers soon - bring everyone you know and care about.
The Tea Club
The Tea Club
THE TEA CLUB is an independent progressive rock band from New Jersey which is known for writing songs of an epic nature with elements of experimental rock and space-rock. A major part of the band's signature sound are the dual vocals and harmonies of Patrick and Dan McGowan, as well as their usage of unique guitar chords and chord patterns, often times played in alternate tunings. Patrick and Dan also draw nearly all of the band's album and promotional artwork.
THE TEA CLUB was formed in 2003. Between the inception and fall 2006, they independently recorded four EP's, one of which attracted the attention of sound producer Tim Gilles. He produced, recorded and mixed the band's first full length album entitled "General Winter's Secret Museum", which was released in July 2008. After briefly touring along the East Coast, the band returned to Big Blue Meenie Studios to record their second album in the fall of 2009. Produced again by Tim Gilles, the "Rabbit" album was released in October 2010. The band's third album "Quickly Quickly Quickly" was produced by Tim Gilles and released in November 2012.
THE TEA CLUB spent 2014 writing and recording their fourth album at Big Blue Meenie Studios. "Grappling" was released in November 2015.
Nicky Barbato
Brooklyn Raga Massive
Brooklyn Raga Massive
Chris Carrigan of Deep Sea
Church of Betty Trio
Curtis J. Social
Mike Horn and Eric Lense of FloodWaves
Mark Lesseraux
On the Sun
Sophie Colette
Sophie Colette
Sophie Colette is a Brooklyn based indie-pop artist. Her forthcoming single “Pattern” — slated for a May 11 release — finds Colette delicately reflecting on the vulnerability and healing process after a fallen romance. The track builds around Colette’s ethereal vocals and poignant lyrics with the vintage tones of a soulful guitar riff, Hammond organ and Mellotron juxtaposed by modern groove. Colette’s latest release “Slow Danse” premiered in early 2018 on Glamglare with an accompanying short film directed by Curvel Baptiste. Previously, her single “Tonite” from her debut EP Strangers and Lovers was featured at New York Fashion Week for Jasmine Chong’s 2017 runway presentation to editors of Vogue, WWD, and Elle magazines. Selected footage from her music video for “Get Close,” directed by Stephen Dirkes of Obscure Films, was nominated for Best Creative Concept, Art Direction, and Visual Effects at the La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival. Colette supported the release with a European promo tour with indie-folk artist The Crystal Elephant across festivals and stages in Berlin, Barcelona, and Edinburgh.
Tolani
We make wistful, groovy pop/rock music with lyrics written from a place of personal truth.

Self-titled debut album coming late 2018.
Mia Theodoratus
Tim Murphy
Tim Murphy
Thomas Wolfe & German Sent of Ted's Dead
Venue Information:
Littlefield
635 Sackett St
Brooklyn, NY, 11217
http://littlefieldnyc.com