Tag Archives: Jalopy Theater

The Brotherhood of the Jug Band Blues, 12.22.12

The Brotherhood of the Jug Band Blues released an LP, the second ever under the Jalopy label, on December 22, 2012. The record is of shiny blue vinyl, and includes a comic written by Ernesto Gomez and illustrated by Jess Ruliffson: also all the song lyrics, some great photos, and more art. CD's are also available. A performance by Isto opened the show. I always enjoy his skill and humor so much. [caption id="attachment_2015" align="alignleft" width="490" caption="Isto, 12.22.12. Drawing by and © Robin Hoffman, 2012"]Isto, 12.22.12. Drawing by and © Robin Hoffman, 2012[/caption] Then the Brotherhood filled the stage. Geoff Wiley, Artie Stiles, Jackson Lynch, Ernie Vega, Ernesto Gomez, Jerie Choi, Alex Battles (downstage left), and Pat Conte. From my seat I regretted that I could not see Rashad Brown at the piano. [caption id="attachment_2016" align="alignleft" width="490" caption="The Brotherhood of the Jug Band Blues, 12.22.12. Drawing by and © Robin Hoffman, 2012"]The Brotherhood of the Jug Band Blues, 12.22.12. Drawing by and © Robin Hoffman, 2012[/caption]

New Sweden, 09.14.12

New Sweden, from Philadelphia, graced the Jalopy on September 14: Chuck Knott, Dan Weirauch, William Dobies, James Dukenfield, and Laura Beth Jewell. [caption id="attachment_2007" align="alignleft" width="490" caption="New Sweden, 09.14.12. Drawing by and © Robin Hoffman, 2012"]New Sweden, 09.14.12. Drawing by and © Robin Hoffman, 2012[/caption]

UKUBIQUITOUS Exhibit is Closing with a Reception Tomorrow

[caption id="attachment_1966" align="alignleft" width="490" caption="Doug Skinner and Ralph Hamperian, 06.23.12. Drawing by and © Robin Hoffman, 2012"]Doug Skinner and Ralph Hamperian, 06.23.12. Drawing by and © Robin Hoffman, 2012[/caption] UKUBIQUITOUS, my fourth exhibit at the Jalopy Theatre and School of Music, closes tomorrow with a reception from 6-8 PM. The work will stay up until sometime Thanksgiving weekend. In light of the crisis the neighborhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn, where Jalopy is located, has suffered from Hurricane Sandy, we have decided to slash art prices by 20% and donate half of all proceeds directly to the relief effort. In case you can't make it down to the Jalopy, you can have a look right here.