Larry Krone & Family at Joe Squared, Sunday
Aug 03, 2011 11:51PM
● By Anonymous
LARRY KRONE & FAMILY: NOT ENOUGH BIRDS
Please join us for a wild performance by Artist/entertainer, singer/songwriter Larry Krone & Family at Joe Squared on Sunday, August 7th!
Krone is known as much for his understated style of sad song selling as for his overstated stage presence complete with customized ukuleles and hand-stitched & studded western stage costumes.
Krone has performed at art and music venues in New York including The Whitney Museum, The Project Gallery, Smack Mellon, PS 122, and the Living Room and can be seen semi-regularly at Joe's Pub performing in the monthly variety show, "Our Hit Parade." His frequent collaborators include Jim Andralis, Janet & Randy Kennedy, Pablo Helguera, Kenny Mellman, Bridget Everett, Neal Medlyn, Clint Michigan, and Amy Bezunartea among others. A full length CD of Larry Krone's music was commissioned and published by the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis as part of the multimedia limited edition box set accompanying his 10 year retrospective held there in 2006.
133 West North Avenue
Please arrive early as seating for dinner is limited. However there is plenty of room at the bar and on the dance floor!
Larry Krone is August's New View artist. (August 6th through September 4th) He also has work in LOL: A Decade of Antic Art. Please visit the museum to see more from this artist!
"An expression of maunfactured pop emotion taken seriously."
- Holland Cotter NY Times
Quotes from Bradley Rubenstein for "Dusty Miller's Culture Catch":
"...with his attention to detail in handmade costumes and props he doesn't just embrace teater, he give it a huge bear hug and sloppy wet kiss."
"...giving the audience its full measure of art and entertainment..."
"Between shots of Jack Daniels, and enough on-stage costume changes to rival David Lee Roth..."