Chelsea Madrigal

TurnStyle Music Group Presents

Chelsea Madrigal

Justin Stein, Baker St, Prateek Kuhad

Wed, September 19, 2012

7:00 pm

DROM

New York, NY

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

The Waking Sea - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
The Waking Sea
"CHECK OUT 2 NEW SINGLES "WILD HORSES"& "RIVEN" below from THE DEEPEST SEA. Full album @ itunes &
http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/chelseamadrigal
VIDEO - http://youtu.be/j2y3tJhaevk


Chelsea Madrigal now on the east coast has lived and performed all over Dallas, Austin, New York, Los Angeles and in Tepoztlan, Mexico.

She is an “open up your soul” kind of performer, that believe it or not, you might just want to catch her playing solo with nothing but her voice of a siren swirling in a sea of melodic rhythmic guitar to intoxicate and pull you in. Whether you catch her solo performance or with her ever evolving and revolving band, it will be time well spent.

When it comes to music Chelsea is much more than just a singer/songwriter. She records, produces and is well versed in Pro-Tools and other electronic mediums. She plays the guitar and a little bit of a lot of other instruments. She freelances as a music supervisor and music licensor. If you need music whether it is her own or her amazing network of extremely talented artists and musicians, she will deliver.

She has played venues from the legendary now extinct CBGB’s gallery in New York, and The Viper Room in Los Angeles, to The House Of Blues and The Kessler Theater in Dallas.

She has played several benefits for some amazing organizations such as Evolution Box’s benefit for 911 at Shine in New York, Susan G. Kohmen in Los Angeles and The Go Girls Music Festival and Benefit for Promise House in Dallas. She has played music festivals such as The Abbot Kinney Festival in Venice, California to Culture Catch’s SXSW showcase in Austin, Texas and several more.

Her vocals and songs have been featured in several films such as Carl Colpaert’s 2004 film The Affair winner of 5 Gold Remi Awards and 2010's horror release Nostrum.

Check her out You'll Be Glad you did!
For further credit information refer to reverbnation more about chelsea madrigal section and for booking email chelseamontage@yahoo.com
Justin Stein - (Set time: 7:00 PM)
Justin Stein
Just days after graduating high school in his hometown of Chicago, singer, actor, dancer, songwriter and composer Justin Stein hopped on a plane to LA in pursuit of his dream. After years of experience singing and acting in theatre, this multi-talented 18 year old is giving his all to make it happen. Deferring his fall 2008 admittance to NYU, Justin recently completed traveling around the country as the official opening act for Corbin Bleu’s 2008 Summer Tour. This fall, Justin also had the pleasure of opening for Jesse McCartney, Jordin Sparks, and Raven-Symone.

Now, Justin’s new single “Lose Control” off his recently released self-titled debut album is featured on Radio Disney (Disney’s Incubator) and spinning on the radio airwaves. His music is a fusion of pop, rock, and R&B. Electrifying and high energy, his up tempo tracks “Leave It On The Floor,” “Lose Control,” and “Don’t Be Playin With My Heart,” are sure to have audiences up on their feet. Justin’s ballads “Sweetest Girl” and “Ill Never Look Away (Hey Girl)” are a true testament to young love, and beautifully showcase this teen singer/songwriter’s talent.

Justin has been singing before he could speak (according to his mother who has the embarrassing yet adorable home videos to prove it!). When he was five years old, he had his first solo performance. Booked as the only child performer in a local adult talent show, he magnificently belted Al Jolson’s “Swannee” in front of six hundred people. Before the song finished, the entire crowd gave him a standing ovation. When Justin stepped off the stage he knew exactly what he wanted to do for the rest of his life.

Since that moment, Justin never stopped propelling his career forward. He spent several years performing in children’s theatre and community theatre productions around his hometown and trained heavily with several acting coaches as well as in classical voice and vocal technique. He soon began to perform at professional venues in the Chicago area. Some of the highlights are: sharing the stage with Patti LuPone in “Gypsy” at the Ravinia Festival, portraying “Dickon” in Porchlight Theatre’s “The Secret Garden,” performing in “Bye Bye Birdie” at the Marriott Theatre Lincolnshire, and performing twice at the Symphony Center. Justin’s most recent theatrical experience was onstage at Lincoln Center in New York, where he joined a prestigious cast which included: Gabriel Byrne, Christopher Lloyd, Fran Drescher, Stacey Keach, and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra in a production of “Camelot.” This production aired as a PBS special.
Baker St - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Baker St
Baker St's songwriter, Michelle Hutt, has been writing music for years, but only in August of 2009 did she get Mke Kennelly (Bass) and Kevin Oshinskie (Drums) to join her in this venture. They paddled along as a power pop/rock trio, playing shows around NYC, until the summer of 2010, when they gained Jimmy Nugent on lead guitar. And then there were four. A quartet, if you will. Together, they have quirkily rocked at packed venues around Manhattan and Brooklyn such as the Knitting Factory, Sidewalk Cafe, Crash Mansion, Trash Bar, and The National Underground.

In between all of these exciting escapades, they've found time to record an entire EP and a live album, with more on the way -- you can check them out here!

Baker St's influences range from Ben Kweller, Juliana Hatfield, and Kate Nash, to Muse, the Beatles, Looker, the Kinks, and, strangely enough, Harry and the Potters (their stage presence is incredible).

In sum, they are a fun and excitable bunch who just love to play for an audience.
Prateek Kuhad - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
Prateek Kuhad
With influences stemming from Elliot Smith and Nick Drake to Jimi Hendrix and Pearl Jam, this upcoming singer-songwriter is for a listener, searching for something emotive in their musical palette. Find a blend of pop rock and poetic folk in the acoustic beats of Prateek Kuhad. Born in Jaipur, India, and now based in New York City, Prateek grew up playing the guitar and training vocally in Indian classical music. After weaving through diverse musical genres, he found a sense of direction after attending a jazz workshop in Prague where he began fusing different styles to reach his own sound.

His talents extend to playing the ukulele, drums, bass and harmonica, but they don’t end there. His heartfelt lyrics artfully capture life’s everyday thoughts and experiences, while his tunes and deep rhythms softly resonate within you. With his Debut EP releasing in July 2011 on Pagal Haina Records and upcoming gigs in town, this NYC performer is already a bright star in the world of music.
Venue Information:
DROM
85 Avenue A
(between 5th St & 6th St)
New York, NY, 10009
http://www.dromnyc.com/