Cabaret Presents: One-Person Show, Live from the Red Room

From comedians to actors, all solo performers are storytellers. One-Person Show is a series of solo performances directed by Ana Guigui. The show will feature extraordinary life stories from seven performers in an intimate and personal setting.

The show will be in The Red Room at Cafe 939 on Wednesday, May 2 at 8:00 PM.

Tune in here to join the live birnCORE broadcast!

 

Win Tickets to see Lauren Ruth Ward Live @ the Red Room

Tune in to birnCORE this Thursday, April 26th @ 8 PM EST for a live broadcast from The Red Room @ Cafe 939 featuring Lauren Ruth Ward.

At 22 years old, Lauren Ruth Ward had a career in hairstyling that was going quite well. She was ambitious, successful, and doing work she loved, yet something was missing. In 2015 she decided to pack up and move to Los Angeles to start a career in music. After meeting Liv Slingerland, India Pasucci, and Eduardo Rivera, she was able to write and record her debut album, Well, Hell. The album features nine tracks, which Ward calls the band’s “four modes.”

Since releasing her debut, her music has spread like wildfire throughout LA. Her lyrics are secrets to strangers, writing about her life’s trajectory sharing both vulnerability and strength delivered with grit and vibrato. Her band re-creates 60’s rock and roll nuances, allowing Ward to release a powerhouse of raw, visceral emotion in their live show.

The Red Room and the BIRN would like you to meet one of the most exciting new artists in the LA scene! Win tickets to see Lauren Ruth Ward live at the Red Room on Thursday, April 26 at 8 pm.

There are 3 pairs of tickets available and you can win by emailing your name and contact phone number to LaurenRuthWardLive@thebirn.com. One lucky winner will also receive a signed copy of her debut EP.

Winners will be chosen at random. The deadline to enter is Wednesday, 4/25 at 11:59PM.

Contest winners will be chosen at random. The deadline to enter is Wednesday, 4/25 at 11:59PM.

Recent Articles about Lauren Ruth Ward:

Noisey.Vice.com

Out.com

Listen to the show on birnCORE.

This Week on Birn Alive: Sure Sure

Tune in to BIRN1 today for a special edition of Birn Alive at 6PM EST for a live performance and interview with indie rock quartet Sure Sure.

BIRN Alive is home to great live performances and insightful conversation every Saturday at 4:00 PM EST.

Listen to the live session and interview HERE.

Best of the Birn

Exclusive live performances and interviews from emerging artists and music legends, and our Best of BIRN college radio playlist.

Listen here.

Best of the Birn

Exclusive live performances and interviews from emerging artists and music legends, and our Best of BIRN college radio playlist.

Listen here.

Dead Horses and Kate Rhudy Live From the Red Room

Tune in this Wednesday, April 11th @ 8 PM EST to birnCORE for a live broadcast from the The Red Room @ Cafe 939 featuring Dead Horses and Kate Rhudy.
 
“At fifteen, Dead Horses frontwoman Sarah Vos’ world turned upside down. Raised in a strict, fundamentalist home, Vos lost everything when she and her family were expelled from the rural Wisconsin church where her father had long served as pastor.” The Dead Horses’ new album titled My Mother the Moon is one that is “full of trauma and triumph, despair and hope, pain and resilience. Blending elements of traditional roots with modern indie folk, the songs are both familiar and unexpected, unflinchingly honest in their portrayal of modern American life, yet optimistic in their unshakable faith in brighter days to come.” Vos really puts all her heart and soul into the creation of these songs and their larger works after being through such hardship in her past.

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BerkleeNYC: A Student’s Perspective

Story by Darcy Davis

If you’re a student at Berklee, you’ve probably heard about the recent acquisition of Power Station studios, read the press release, watched the video and thought “this is awesome but what does this mean for us?” As an MP&E student, I wanted to know what sort of opportunities we would get to utilize the space in order to expand our careers in New York, and where other technology majors such as EPD and CWP would fit into the vision. So I caught up with Stephen Webber, executive director of BerkleeNYC, to talk more about the grand plan for the studio and why we should be excited. Continue reading “BerkleeNYC: A Student’s Perspective”