End of April at Webster Hall Consists of Performances by La La Lush, Moosh and Twist, Push 4171 and Tei Shi in Marlin Room and Studio at Webster Hall

Saturday, April 26th and Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 at Webster Hall in Marlin Room and the Studio.

New York, NY, April 24, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Saturday, April 26th, 2014

La La Lush

La La Lush will be performing live in the newly rebranded Marlin Room at Webster Hall this Saturday. The members of La La Lush started to collaborate their talents in their college days back at Fordham. They have “shared the stage with the talented Saints of Valory, Andy Grammer and GroupLove in May 2013. La La Lush has also received commercial attention as they were recently selected by Geico to represent the New York City indie music scene for Geico's 2013 'Indie Across America' campaign.” The show begins at 7pm.

Saturday, April 26th, 2014

Moosh and Twist

Duo Moosh and Twist are originally from Philly. The two hip hop artists are 20 year old brothers. Out today is their latest release “Living out Loud.” They will be live with special guest Jared Evan in the Studio at Webster Hall. Show begins at 7:30pm and also features, Mr. Marks and Kid Riz.

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

Tei Shi

Self proclaimed as mermaid Music, Tei Shi’s ambient pop rock style has been featured in a number of blogs and magazines. Rolling Stone highlighted her song “Adder (F)all” as the Daily Download back in January 2014. The evening starts off at 8pm and also contains performances by Rush Midnight and Yellerkin. The show takes place in the Studio at Webster Hall.

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

Push 4171

The boys of Push 4171 range in age from 16-18 Years old. With a true boy band sound these young men from Southeastern MA are all individually talented. Their most recent release “Perfect Girl” is an infusion of their youthful smooth voices and pop synchs.

Daniel Landers will share the bill with Push 4171, the performance will be in the Studio at Webster Hall. The night begins at 6:30pm.
Webster Hall
Heath Miller