***NEW THIS MONTH: Doors open at 5:30, first talk at 6pm*** Still $5 at the door, free with student ID.
Join us for the next installment of Nerd Nite! This month, we’re partnering with Earth Optimism and celebrating Earth Day! Want to speak? Just email email@example.com.
This month’s speakers:
Qing Li, graduate student in the Dept. of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences at Brown working with Dr. Baylor Fox-Kemper. He will talk about the physical processes in the ocean and their impact on the global climate, specifically interactions at sea surface called Langmuir turbulence.
This month’s activity:
Postcards for policticians with the Brown Science March group! Make an impact and write to your senators, representatives, and members of state and local government
The Hip Hop Connection Is Back With A Fully Loaded Performances BY Nyce,Dru Barrels,Guelly Gunz,Remi B,The Funk UnderGround,Nelly Nellz, Make Sure Come Out An Show Tonz Of Prov-City Love
The Legendary Brewmasters
Hosted by Jimmy and Hannah Devine with Mark Roberts, Andrea Cooper, Teddi Scobi and Friends!
Every Saturday (except for the first Saturday of the month) from 4-7pm at the bar at AS220!
No cover charge!
A full menu of food and beverage will be available, so come in for a pint or make this your regular spot for dinner while enjoying some of the best traditional Irish music around!
- Steve Roggenbuck
- Kate Sicchio
- Electrodide: Ancient Electronic Goddess
- Talan Memmott
“As is customary in West Philly, I drunkenly stumbled into a house party last winter. About 30 people were packed into the cozy living room, forming a tight semicircle around a large band. Some musicians stood on the floor, and, due to the cramped space, a few played from the staircase. The music was warm and earnest, temporarily rescuing me from whiskey oblivion. I couldn’t see the singer, but above the fiddle, accordion and clanking percussion, I heard a gravelly, Tom Waits-y voice howling about running loose on the streets and raising all sorts of drunken hell.”
– Elliott Sharp
When I was a young boy, every night my father would kiss me on the forehead and whisper into my ear, ‘on a hot day, a dog can chase a rabbit to death without ever even touching it. Sleep well, little bunny.’ Not to brag, but Fred Durst called us ‘the Guy Fieri of music.’ All we really want to do is make your earbones wiggle
Justin emersed himsekf in music at a young age. Frank zappa johnny winter talking heads just to name a few groups . Justin started playing guitar in 1996, eventually The group was arranged for a one time show on new years eve ’99 . Having done an amazing performance , many requests for the band to perform started rollng in . Playing many shows in the providence area ,including the old met calf , the living room and numerous private functions . The band , tied down , saved up money for a studio recording . Band disperesed shortly after Justin found electonic music production inspiring . In late 2012 he started his journey as Session 9 . Producing a widely varied sound . Gaining followers on soundcloud pusged justin even further .now its time for justin to greak out og the dar and light it up !!
Local sensation RI Bucket Drummers have been storming the streets with their intense, energetic and electrifying percussion experience. James Richards and Derek Blackmar are two life long friends who have played drums since the start. They have set out on this musical journey to demonstrate the endless possibilities of creating music and to promote a healthy lifestyle through rhythm and movement. RI Bucket Drummers can be found busking throughout New England and performing at local bars and clubs, fundraising & community events, schools, fairs, festivals etc.
Welcome to the Providence Poetry Slam! Our shows are at AS220 (115 Empire St.) on the first and third Thursday of every month (except August). Sign-up at 7:15, show starts at 8pm sharp! Don’t be late!
FIRST THURSDAYS: All-ages slam, feature, and open mic. $5 admission.
THIRD THURSDAYS: Youth slam (Sept—May), feature, and open mic. $5 admission. ($1 for 19 and under)
FREE YOUTH WRITING WORKSHOPS!
First and third Thursdays at 6pm at New Urban Arts (705 Westminster)
CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
THE WAY BACK
TinkerLee Taylor doing a rare local singer/songwriter appearance. Come check out a strong set of atypical artsongs, in a close and intimate setting.
RISA presents Songwriters in the Round at AS220
4 Songwriters ~ 4 Rounds ~ All Acoustic ~ All Original
Be a part of the audience, hear some great original music AND help select the theme for next month’s players….
AS220, 115 Empire Street, Providence, RI
7:00 p.m. ’til 8:30 p.m.
Stephen J. Pratt
Doors are at 9:00pm. Tickets can be purchased for $10 in cash at the door.
We look forward to seeing you!