Psycho Sisters  

Date City Venue Country
03/21/15 Austin, TX Lucy’s Fried Chicken United States
Address: 2218 College Avenue.

Susan Cowsill  

Date City Venue Country
02/28/15 Glendale, CA Alex Theatre United States
Admission: $25-$100. Address: 216 North Brand Boulevard. The Wild Honey Orchestra and guest singers perform The Beatles’ ‘White Album’ in its entirety with full instrumentation. Completing their sold-out Beatles benefit trilogy – begun in February 2013 with Rubber Soul & Sgt. Pepper and followed in March 2014 with Revolver and Abbey Road – Wild Honey takes on the landmark Beatles’ ‘White Album’ and various 1968 bonus songs with the renewed energy and spirit that only true fans can bring to a show. The Wild Honey Orchestra includes a loose collective of a who’s who of respected L.A. recording artists: musical director Rob Laufer, guitar, vocals; Jim Laspesa (Dave Davies/Susannah Hoffs), drums; Derrick Anderson (Bangles), bass; Rusty Squeezebox (Baby Lemonade, Love), guitar; Willie Aron, keyboards, vocals; Jordan Summers, keyboards; Darian Sahanaja (Wondermints/Brian Wilson Band), Nelson Bragg (percussion, vocals) & multi-instrumentalist Probyn Gregory (Brian Wilson Band); Sarah Kramer (Leonard Cohen), horns; and Kaitlin Wolfberg, strings. Special Guest singers and instrumentalists TBA. Proceeds benefit the Autism Think Tank and the Wild Honey Foundation. The Autism Think Tank NJ is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission of facilitating the medical and psycho-social stabilization of child and family. Bringing together a team of world-renowned medical experts via tele-medicine, this innovative outpatient medical center is designed to provide a multidisciplinary team approach to the identification and treatment of the complicated medical comorbidities of autism. The Autism Medical Center is committed to improving the lives of children and families in the home, school and community through comprehensive case management, community outreach, research & education. The Wild Honey Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, seeks to support various charitable causes while passing on the passion, creativity, and idealism found in rock, rhythm & blues, folk, and pop music to future generations through cultural events of all types. ADA ACCESSIBLE SEATING INFORMATION All seating areas in the Alex Theatre other than the ADA Accessible seating area [Orchestra Row X] require a minimum of 8 stairs to access, and there is NO ELEVATOR. If you require ADA accessible seating, tell the Ticket Agent at the beginning of the transaction; if purchasing online, select from the ADA Accessible section. All ADA Accessible seating is Reserved Seating with specific Row & Seat Number designations. Buy Tickets

The Cowsills  

Date City Venue Country
04/11/15 New York City, NY The Cutting Room United States
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $30-$60. Address: 44 East 32nd Street. Venue phone: (212) 691-1900. *If a sell-out, a second show will be added to follow the first. The real-life inspiration behind the hit television series The Partridge Family, The Cowsills — were one of the biggest pop acts of the late ’60s. Distinguished by their angelic harmonies and sun-kissed melodies. The group’s origins lie with brothers Bill and Bob, who as children began their singing careers covering Everly Brothers hits. Given guitars by their father, Navy man William “Bud” Cowsill, the siblings soon recruited younger brothers Barry and John to play bass and drums, respectively, and as Beatlemania dawned, the teen foursome began performing live at school dances and church socials throughout their native Newport, RI. Eventually they landed a regular weekend gig at the local club, Dorians, on Bannisters Wharf, and in 1965, recorded the single “All I Really Wanta Be Is Me” on the Joda label; the record generated little response until an appearance on NBC’s The Today Show. The group then signed with Mercury Records, releasing three more singles. Upon signing with MGM in 1967, The Cowsills with their lineup now numbering seven (brother Paul, sister Susan and mother Barbara joining the original four) had their first million-selling single, “The Rain, the Park and Other Things” (usually called the flower girl song) which was featured most recently in Jim Carrey’s movie, “Dumb and Dumber”. They performed on such notable TV shows as the Ed Sullivan Show, the Johnny Cash Show, the Tonight Show, Merv Griffin, Mike Douglas, and also had their own NBC television special in 1968. “Indian Lake” and “We Can Fly” followed in the summer and in 1969 they had their biggest hit, the multi-million selling title song from the musical “Hair.” The Cowsills also recorded the theme song for the TV show “Love, American Style” which is still one of the most popular songs they perform in their shows. They were one of the early pop acts to record commercials for television (nationally shown milk ads for the American Dairy Association) and there is currently a serious movement to ensure their induction into the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame. Today, The Cowsills tour and perform together (although brother Barry died during the Katrina hurricane and brother Bill passed away at the same time from illnesses in Canada) and their harmonies are still as infectious and bright as ever. Instrumentation Bob Cowsill-Guitar, Vocals Susan Cowsill-Guitar, Vocals Paul Cowsill-Vocals Russ Broussard-Drums/Percussion Brendon Cowsill-Guitar, Vocals Mary Lasseigne-Bass, Vocals Ryan Cowsill-Keyboards Buy Tickets

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