Okey Dokey, Zuli

Okey Dokey

Zuli

Shawn Kilroy

Sat · March 24, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

Okey Dokey
Okey Dokey
You can't fully appreciate the long history of recorded music without taking the time to look at the breakups. Whether it's for good or for the season, Okey Dokey is the product of that natural reformation that occurs when musicians part ways. Fronted by visual artist Aaron Martin and The Weeks' guitarist Johny Fisher, these two former band mates made the rare decision to revisit creating music together in Fisher's small cabin about 20 miles outside of Nashville, TN. What they created was a well blended mix of everything they loved about classic Motown combined with a dash of their psychedelic storytelling roots. With the record and touring band including a revolving group of musicians from bands such as The Weeks, Rayland Baxter Band, Desert Noises, Morning Teleportation, Ron Gallo, Kansas Bible Company, Houndmouth and more, their upcoming debut album 'Love You, Mean It' has a little bit of treasure for every type of listener.
Zuli
Zuli
On Human Freakout Mountain, the debut full-length album from emerging Long Island, NY based artist Zuli—known as Ryan Camenzuli—is set for release October 20 via Swoon City. The record has received early critical buzz from The Wild Honey Pie, who proclaim, “It’s an ebullient release into an adrenaline-soaked, psychedelic dreamscape and an unexpected build into another realm” and FLOOD Magazine, who furthered, “It’s a bright and strange trip, one that highlights both Camenzuli’s inventiveness as an arranger and producer and his considerable strength as a melodicist.”
Shawn Kilroy
Shawn Kilroy
Shawn Kilroy is an artist from Philadelphia. He writes poems, songs, and stories. He has had many bands over the years, including Weird Hot and Boyd Of London. Now he is performing his music with a small 4 piece group that includes Anton LaBree on bass and The Malcarney brothers on drums and guitar. His work has an offbeat, awful sense of humor and has been described as "night music". Dean Ween once told him his band was, "the best band...in the world."
Venue Information:
Kung Fu Necktie
1250 N Front Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19122
http://kungfunecktie.com/