Euphoria Mourning – A Tribute to Chris Cornell ft. Striven
The Noisy Tenants, Dylan Kay Band, Jim Koeppel
Tue, August 29, 2017
Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre
Port Chester, NY
This event is 21 and over
Striven, the hard rock band from Westchester, NY, play with a melodic edge, covering a dynamic spectrum of grunge-era classics, and their signature brand of modern rock. Their debut E.P. is coming this fall. (from left to right), Steve Riccio (Bass), Liam Murphy (Guitar/Vocals), Conor O’Leary (Drums), Greg Capra (Lead Vocals/Guitar).
The Noisy Tenants
Why “The Noisy Tenants”?
Rehearsing and writing with headsets while playing a “silent” electronic drum kit and guitar in an apartment setting is a tricky way to work with loud music.
Despite all attempts to be as quiet as possible, it wasn’t enough to keep a tenant from writing a two page hand written letter about the music signing the letter: “Sincerely a Tenant.”
After joking about naming the band after that incident–The Noisy Tenants was rightfully named.
Dylan Kay Band
Dylan Kay is a New York based musician who sings, plays guitar, electric bass, and drums. Dylan has sang and performed with Robby Krieger from The Doors, as well as wrote all the lyrics and music, and played all the instruments on his debut album. He has been doing music as a profession for over 12 years. Dylan lives and breathes music. By day he writes music, and works on books and other content and by night he performs his Pink Floyd tribute band, Mr. Lovejoy (a popular NJ agency band) and with various other local and non-local artists. Dylan’s most famous student Grace Vanderwaal competed in and won America’s got talent in September 2016. In addition, Dylan is producing Sam Waymon, the brother of Nina Simone’s next album. His experience is vast, and varies from performances, recording, writing books, teaching lessons, and much more. Keep an eye on this guy, he is always up to something musical!
A music veteran and founder of various roots, blues and country combos (including Motel 6, Who Slapped John and Shuck & Jive), Jim Koeppel also led his own band in the New York area during much of the 1980s and ’90s, opening for Taj Mahal, Doc Watson and David Bromberg. He released his first solo record, Johnny’s in the Doghouse, in late 1998. Koeppel’s songs have also appeared in the work of independent filmmaker David Liban.