ASM+GRB Nitrate Hymnal shows in NY 6/25 and DC 7/1 and 7/2!

holy schamoley! another record from ASM? another cd release show?! yes, indeed, brothers and sisters, we are not here to disappoint...ASM and GRB teamed up a few years back to create a multimedia opera for intelligent punks like yourselves. last june we slipped into gödelstring, slammed down some sweet tracks, and now it's available for your listening pleasure on lujo records. to celebrate and promote our crazy agenda, we're having a throwdown at NorthSix, just for you, featuring the full orchestra from the record and singers from the original opera production. so come on out on sunday 25 june to see our bud corey dargel, us GRB, and our other buds the sharp things. it'll be a hoot!

Sunday 25 June 2006, 8 pm doors
Northsix, Brooklyn, NY (G to Metropolitan/L to Bedford)
with Sharp Things and Corey Dargel

Not in New York? No problem! We take the show on the road to DC the following weekend and play with our good friends from revival!

Saturday 1 July 2006, doors at 8 pm
Warehouse Theatre (1021 7th Street, NW, Washington, DC - yellow/green line to Convention Center)
Anti-Social Music + Gena Rowlands Band
play songs from The Nitrate Hymnal at 10 pm
with Revival at 9 pm

And when we say live orchestra and singers, we mean featuring the considerable talents of

Hai Ting Chinn, Susan Oetgen, Daisy Press, Bob Massey singers
Hubert Chen, Jean Cook, violins
Philippa Thompson, Caleb Burhans, viola
Pat Muchmore, cello
Eric Rockwin, bass
Ken Thomson, clarinet
Andrea La Rose, flute
Ty Citerman, Alex Weinstein, guitars
David Durst, piano
Paul Chuffo, percussion

For those lucky Washingtonians, you can also join us on July 2 for a special event!

Sunday 2 July 2006 at 11.30 am
House on Quincy Street (Washington, DC - email for directions)
"Composers Brunch"
Meet and chow with Bob Massey and orchestrators David Durst, Andrea La Rose and Pat Muchmore as they talk about the process of arranging the original opera into standalone songs to make the The Nitrate Hymnal record.Funded in part through Meet The Composer's Creative Connections program.

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Hope to see you there!


PS - These events are funded in part by Meet the Composer's Creative Connections Program and NYSCA. Three cheers for MTC and NYSCA!

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