The Phish Party You Didn't Know About

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Submitted by Creative Enter… on Thu, 07/06/2017 - 3:10 pm
Cousin Earth and Teddy Midnight, two rising stars of Brooklyn's current "Jam Renaissance," bring their distinct musical styles to a Rocks Off concert cruise during a break in Phish's "Baker's Dozen," this July. The two bands have been cutting their teeth together on the North East festival circuit since their infancy, and are sure pull out all stops and include some special surprises for this nautical performance.
 
The concert cruise, presented by CEG, takes place Thursday, July 27th, aboard The Jewel. The boat departs from Skyport Marina at 23rd Street & FDR drive (East side) at 8pm sharp. This show is 21+ and ID will be required. Tickets are $25 in advance or $35 the day of the show and can be purchased online.
 
About Teddy Midnight:
Brooklyn based Teddy Midnight demonstrates a creative combination of progressive rock, drum and bass, jazz and downtempo. This unique blend earned the term Electro-Dance-Funk, a self- described genre based on the style of Teddy Midnight. The band’s live show instinctively gets the party moving and won’t let up any time soon. With members Wiley Griffin, Sean McAuley, Adam Magnan, and Sean Silva, Teddy Midnight is the group you don’t want to miss.
 
About Cousin Earth:
Cousin Earth is a Brooklyn based Folk/Fusion/Rock band. With both an original repertoire and a vast array of covers, Cousin Earth brings both a sense of playfulness and technical ability to the music they perform. From shredding ukulele solos and 4-part vocal breakdowns to interweaving themed medleys, the band is sure to catch the attention of any music lover. Presenting a multitude of styles including Rock, Ragtime, Funk, Latin, Bluegrass, Hip Hop, and EDM, no musical style is off-limits for this up-and-coming live act.
 
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