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It’s that time of the month. Yes, I’m irritable and angst filled and eating to distraction… because I’m writing a new song. Sometimes, you have to turn into a horrible person just to get a song out. I don’t know how other people do it, but that’s my, um, process. And now I’m single. But I have this new song to play tonight for Bushwick Book Club, and it’s inspired by Julia Child’s Mastering The Art of French Cooking. Come see and hear what souffles and omelettes and butter inspire in performance tonight. It’s making me hungry.
June 25th, 7pm at Barbes in Brooklyn
The Bushwick Book Club takes on its first cook book with a show of new original music in response to Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking. It will be a literary/musical feast at our favorite Park Slope venue.
Performers: Bob Holman (poet, founder Bowery Poetry Club), SPACE MEOW (Dool Chao, Adeline Thery), Susan Hwang, Leslie Graves (GOLD), Casey Holford, Jessie Kilguss, Sophie Malleret and Shannon Pelcher . Hosted by BBC creator, Susan Hwang.
Wednesday, June 25th, 7pm
376 9th St.New York, NY 11215
Door: by donation
Here’s a new song. I wrote it for the Bushwick Book Club show at Barbes inspired by Jonathan Ames’ very funny and moving book, Wake Up, Sir. It’s called Walk With Me. Chris Rael of Church of Betty who I like so much, tweaked the arrangement, wrote an interlude and made the entire backing track with his own hands! Who does that for a girl these days??? In case that link went unnoticed, click on the Jonathan Ames below to hear the song:
All the songs from that show were recorded live and are now available for listening on our bandcamp site.Share