David Pollack

TurnStyle Music Group Presents

David Pollack

Marc C. Cancassi, Bea Ba, The Roads

Sat, March 2, 2013

7:00 pm

Ella Lounge

New York, NY


This event is 21 and over

David Pollack - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
David Pollack
Born in New York Pollack loved music since he was a toddler. His dad used to lull him to sleep at night listening to Further to Fly by Paul Simon. It is musicians like Simon that inspire him most. After various bands and projects Pollack went solo in 2012 and has already played such New York venues as the Bitter End, The Knitting Factory and Sullivan Hall. He presently is studying with vocal coach Gordon Grody who has worked with the likes of Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga and Bruce Springsteen's wife Paddy Scalfa of the E Street Band. Grody produced his latest record What’s That Innocence. While touring throughout the northeast and playing in his hometown, expect constant new material from Pollack in the coming months.

Pollack includes a full backing band for Saturday night's performance.
Marc C. Cancassi - (Set time: 7:00 PM)
Marc C. Cancassi
Marc C. Cancassi is a multifaceted artist from Queens,NY.He has been a mainstay on the club scene scene 1984 as well as being a published author,actor and film director.He is currently touring the metro area playing solo instrumental and experimental music pieces on guitar and piano. Somewhat reminiscent of early Pink Floyd, Mike Oldfield and Philip Glass.
Bea Ba - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Bea Ba
BEA BA was formed on the streets of New York. Bea, lead singer, formed the band in the spring of 2001. Combining sounds of homegrown rock New York style with Argentine National Rock. With lyrics in Spanish, English and Italian and influences as diverse as Divididos, Sumo, Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelín, Placebo to Mercedes Sosa, Bea has been referred to as the PJ Harvey of Spanish Rock. In less than a year the band began touring around the USA, and have played in legendary clubs in NYC such as CBGBs, SOBs (Sounds of Brazil), Le Bar Bat, Village Underground, Acme Underground, La Kueva, Café 77, La Oveja Negra, etc… Bea paved new roads playing in Buenos Aires in the PEPSI Festival as well as in the Hard Rock Cafe Bs.As., Kimia and Mitos Argentinos, promoting both albums, “Con Las Manos Abiertas” (With Open Hands) and “Illusions”. Filming videos in Bs.As. “Un Día Más” and “Tanto Espero” in NYC. The song “Un Dia Mas” was used in a documentary film “Women on the Frontlines” which had it’s debut in the United Nations and was also seen on PBS and in the Film Festival in Argentina. In March 2009 Bea signed a publishing deal with Universal Records.
SKULL SHINING their junior release is due out MAY 2012.
The Roads - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
The Roads
The Roads consists of vagabond lead singer Travis Morin, Harvard belletrist Gabriel Schicchi, & a ragtag bunch of collaborators. Hailing from Miami via NYC, the band's fiery live set recalls Television & the Libertines, & their catalog could liven up jaded rockers as well as starry-eyed indie zealots.
Venue Information:
Ella Lounge
9 Avenue A
New York, NY, 10009