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Zack Borer Band Chosen Again To Play Side Stage - Nikon At Jones Beach

On the heels of an incredible performance at Nikon at Jones Beach Theater’s Side Stage just two weeks ago, the zAck borer band has again been selected to perform during yet another Platinum-selling, award-winning artist’s tour on Friday August 7th.  For a complete listing of bands and headliners performing at the Jones Beach Theater on this date, visit www.livenation.com/venue/nikon-at-jones-beach-theater-tickets/

zack“I am excited that we have been chosen to perform on the same nights as such talented artists I’ve always looked up to,” said zAck borer.  “We’re more focused and determined than ever before and are looking forward to returning to Jones Beach to share the new music we’ve been working on all summer.”

zAck’s ongoing unsigned journey finds him in the running to be named the MTV Video Music Awards’ “Best Breakout Artist in NYC.” Fans are encouraged to vote for zAck’s song “That’s The Way” by August 14th at
http://www.ourstage.com/judge?channel=207-mtv-vma-best-breakout-nyc. The top 3 finalists will battle it out at a MTV2 & Time Warner Cable VMA weekend pre-party. The winning band will be revealed locally the night of the VMAs and showcased nationally on MTV2’s Rail N Rock or Sucker Free!

In addition to the Jones Beach side stage shows, fans of the band and music lovers alike can catch the zAck borer band in New York City at the following dates and locations:

* August 27, 2009 – 9PM, The Bitter End, 147 Bleecker Street, New York 10012
* September 19, 2009 – 9PM, dromNYC, 85 Avenue A, New York, 10009

"...As a 25 year old dude who mostly likes rap music I found it to be one of the most enjoyable full albums that I have heard in a while"-- Westsidewill- Wild Off The Air (July, 2009) Full album review here:
http://westsidewill.com/newblog/2009/07/23/zack-borer-home-album-review/

Zack Borer Band to Play Jones Beach | Side Stage

The zAck borer band will perform on The Side Stage – Nikon at Jones Beach Theater during one of this summer’s sold-out tours featuring multi-platinum recording artists on Tuesday, July 21st. Live video from the performance will be available on the zAck borer band website, Youtube, and Myspace pages beginning Wednesday July 22nd. For a complete listing of bands performing at the Jones Beach Theater on this date, visit www.livenation.com/venue/nikon-at-jones-beach-theater-tickets/

zackThe zAck borer band has taken the New York City live music scene by storm this summer.  The singer/songwriter’s music and performances have also been featured on numerous “Spotlight” programs on social networks and industry sites.

For more than four months, zAck has been putting together a highly seasoned band made up of some of New York City’s most talented musicians. Craig Magnano (guitar), Jayme Silverstein (Bass), and Adam Jackson (Drums) make up the newly formed zAck borer band.  All summer long, the new zAck borer band has been building a strong following throughout New York City.

The zAck borer band will also perform in New York City at the following dates and locations:

* July 25, 2009 – 9PM, Parkside Lounge, 317 E. Houston St. New York 10002
* August 27, 2009 – 9PM, The Bitter End, 147 Bleecker Street, New York 10012
* September 19, 2009 – 9PM, dromNYC, 85 Avenue A, New York, 10009

Good Time on Stage Shows Head East Slowing Down No Time Fast

Just looking at them, the five members making up the current line up of 1970's band Head East may look like a bunch of older guys with long hair and guitars. Get them plugged in and playing though, and they give a performance just as impressive and rocking as ever before.

Moran on Monk at Harlem Stage Thursday, October 2nd

Thelonious Monk- for the Grateful Web

Pianist/composer Jason Moran presents an intimate look into his new multi-media work In My Mind: Monk at Town Hall, 1959 celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Thelonius Monk's concert at Town Hall. Join Moran and artist Glenn Ligon for an illuminating discussion on the creation of this new work and Monk's influence on artists of all genres. The evening hosted by musician, composer, scholar George E. Lewis concludes with a performance of Monk music by Moran, Logan Richardson (alto saxophone), Ralph Alessi (trumpet), Tarus Mateen (bass) and Nasheet Waits (drums) with video excerpts of Monk by video artist David Dempewolf from the estate of W. Eugene Smith. In My Mind: Monk at Town Hall, 1959 will be presented as part of the Duke Performances' 50th anniversary tribute to Monk at Town Hall on February 26 and 27, 2009.

The Center for Jazz Studies at Columbia University is pleased to collaborate with Harlem Stage on MORAN ON MONK, to be presented at Harlem Stage Gatehouse on Thursday, October 2.

Harlem Stage Gatehouse
150 Convent Avenue
(at W. 135th St.
& Convent Ave.)

Thursday, October 2 @ 7:30pm