New York, NY, January 23, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- On Saturday February 9th, indie art-rock band Sky-Pony will present "Love for Sale" -- a concert experience in honor of Valentine's Day, featuring songs about sex, love and everything in between.
Based in Brooklyn, Sky-Pony is known for shows that blur the line between rock concert, party, and theater event. This is their latest confection.
The band Wyatt, led by acclaimed NYC singer-songwriter Maddy Wyatt, will open.
It all happens on Saturday February 9th at The Knitting Factory (361 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY). Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm. Tickets $12 in advance and $15 at the door, available in advance through http://bk.knittingfactory.com.
Sky-Pony is a Brooklyn based band that serves up lush, lyrical, often cheeky indie-pop with a healthy dose of theatrics. They incorporate costumes, choreography, and projections into their high-energy live shows. Led by Lauren Worsham (singer/actress who's appeared in the recent acclaimed opera Dog Days at Montclair Peak Performances, as well as City Center's Where's Charley and City Opera's upcoming Turn of the Screw) and her husband Kyle Jarrow (Obie Award winning playwright/composer known for A Very Merry Unauthorized Children's Scientology Pageant, Whisper House, also of the bands The Fabulous Entourage and Super Mirage), they recently released their debut EP Say You Love Me Like You Mean It. Back in October they performed a limited run of their concert-theater piece Raptured, produced by Off-Broadway theater group The Play Company.
Sky-Pony also features the talents of Kevin Wunderlich, Jessi Suzuki, Megan Stern, Perry Silver, Eric Day and David Blasher -- as well as guest appearances from Cassie Foote, Lindsey Matteson and Shauna Goodgold. More info on Sky-Pony at http://www.sky-pony.com.
Wyatt is a collaborative adventure between singer Maddy Wyatt, her brothers Paul and Alex Wyatt, bassist Zach Lane, and keyboardist Dana Haynes. They've toured all over the Southwest, played festivals from SXSW to CMJ, and earned kudos from the likes of NYC’s The Deli Magazine, The L.A. Examiner, and Time Out New York, who says “their lack of pretension and simple melodies are reminiscent of Mirah." More info on Wyatt at http://www.bandofwyatt.com.
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