Darren Johnston - photo by Peter Varshavsky

New Years Eve!
Broken Shadows: Darren Johnston & Friends!
7:30-10 pm – $20 cover

Darren Johnston. photo by Julie Caine.

Darren Johnston. photo by Julie Caine.

Broken Shadows…

An eclectic trip into the brave beyond — where fear is not an option.

2017 is coming, like it or not!

Kick this year to the curb and move on!

“This band has gone through a lot of incarnations,” says Darren Johnston. “I’m trying to get all of my creative impulses under one roof… to get to something deeper, because there are aesthetic through lines of intentions between, say, straight ahead jazz and Macedonian brass band music. They touch on a similar truth, and it all filters through me and these musicians.”

Dig?

You will!mayakronfeld

sam-bevanHappy Brave New Year!

It’s gonna be fun.jordan-glenn

 

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Fits nicely in an invitation envelope for mailing. Fits in a pocket as well.

~~ Poetry as philosophy to plumb the deeper truths of these times ~~

$15 and worth every penny
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