Light Of Day Winterfest- NYC 2016!
With a goal of topping last year’s record-breaking half million dollars raised in its’ ongoing battle against Parkinson’s Disease, the Light of Day Foundation’s Winterfest expands to New York City on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 at The Cutting Room in Manhattan.
Willie Nile is one of the few artists to have participated in a number of Light of Day events every year since the first one back in November of 2000. A portion of proceeds from his upcoming album, due in early 2016, will be donated to the Light of Day Foundation. Brooklyn Roads, a longtime supporter of the Light of Day Foundation, was thrilled that Willie and his bass player, Johnny Pisano, were the subjects of our first video and interview feature when we launched the new site design in the fall of 2015.
Dramarama is a Los Angeles based alternative rock band is fronted by singer-songwriter John Easdale, with original members Peter Wood (guitar), Mark Englert (guitar), along with longtime members Mike Davis (bass) and Tony Snow (drums).
The Weeklings are an Asbury Park based quartet that perform original Beatles inspired power pop as well as lesser known Beatles material with infectious passion and enthusiasm. The Weeklings are Glen Burtnik (Lefty), Bob Burger (Zeek), John Merjave (Rocky) and Dave Anthony Ramblin’ Dave) and have appeared and collaborated with many high profile national artists.
Joe D’Urso is an Americana/Jersey Shore/Rock & Roll songwriter, who also sits on the Board of Directors of the Light of Day Foundation. Brooklyn Roads profiled Joe after a recent performance for the Brooklyn Music Shop at the Prospect Range.
The seven piece Gary Douglas Band, comprised of New York veteran musicians, rounds out the lineup for this New York City installment of the 2016 Light of Day Winterfest.
General admission tickets are on sale now for $45.00. The doors open at 6 p.m. and show how time is 7 p.m. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit The Cutting Room website or call 212-691-1900.