We're giving away a pair of tickets to a fantastic lady-centric show happening at Joe’s Pub on Tuesday December 9. You'll bond with some crazy-talented women over diverse passions, intimate struggles, and of course, drinks. Women of Letters will be hosting its second inaugural event in New York City, and judging by the responses to the first one, you’ll want to be a part of it.
According to musician Amanda Palmer, Women of Letters is ... Read More
LaJune Grant is the first female to have seven straight wins on BET’s “Freestyle Friday Competition,” retiring to the Freestyle Friday Hall of Fame in 2003, and making it into the hearts of everyone who has ever experienced her talent. Grant regularly performed when she first moved to New York (at The Apollo Theater, Arlene’s Grocery, The Delancy, and so much more) to pursue a music career, and she finally stepping up to the mic again ... Read More
BY Samantha Albala
on Sep 05, 2014
Joe’s Pub at The Public is trying this cool new thing, an artists-in-residence initiative, and I am sure glad that they are. Now through Sept. 25 you can see the unique and thrilling experience of Larry Krone's visual masterpieces from his upcoming Look Book through the 2014-2015 season.
Pieces from his book, photographed mainly by Todd Oldham, will be on display in the Philip Janice Levin Foundation Mezzanine. These photos showcase creations of ... Read More
Can’t get Katie Couric’s auto-tuned Manti Te’o interview out of your head? Then check out this video for Bernhoft’s “C’mon Talk,” possibly the catchiest song in the world/on the Internet. Layering over his vocals with his own guitar playing and percussion, Bernhoft is basically a one-man band. He beatboxes like a whiter Eminem, sings like an angel, and has a haircut your hipster barista wishes he could rock.
After ... Read More
BETTY, the alt-rock legends from NYC (whose tunes have appeared on Weeds, Ugly Betty, and The L Word), will be performing on their home turf over the holidays. They'll have shows on Tuesday, December 20th at Joe’s Pub (425 Lafayette St.) at 7 and 9:30 pm. The later set will even feature a Very Special Guest: Gloria Steinem! If you can’t make on the 20th, you don't have to weep into your eggnog--you can still have a BETTY New Year's Eve. The band will ... Read More
An all-star lineup of musicians will soon pay a much-needed tribute to the Brian Eno classic, "Here Come the Warm Jets." The legendary album from the former Roxy Music member will be performed in its entirety at Joe's Pub by Joan Wasser (otherwise known as Joan As Police Woman), Vernon Reid of Living Color, Travis Morrison of The Dismemberment Plan, Sohrab Habibion from Obits, Paul Duncan of Warm Ghost, and Don Cippola of Phantom Family Hero. The show is the ... Read More
As soon as she stepped on the stage of Joe's Pub last night, Meow Meow had the audience roaring in applause, showering her with flowers and cheers. With her single red glove, sequin dress, and lengthy lashes, she transported her audience to 1940's Germany or turn-of-the-century France within instants. Described as an act of "kamikaze cabaret and performance art exotica", she certainly brought us an unforgettable evening of old-fashioned entertainment with a ... Read More
Are you still crying over the fact that you missed The Blow at Glasslands in May? Well dry your eyes because you're getting another chance this very week! Khaela Maricich is performing solo again and has recently moved to Brooklyn where she's trying out some new stuff with installation and sound artist Melissa Dyne. Have a look for yourself this Friday at Joe's Pub. More info can be found ... Read More
BY Intern Leala
on Jan 12, 2010
Come on down and see one of NYC’s well loved “downtown darlings”! World Famous *BOB* puts on a “one man show” at Joe’s Pub on Sunday, January 24th about a girl*who had to become a drag queen*to learn how to become a woman.
The show highlights the life of a farm girl from California, who was “raised” by a pack of homosexuals, and decides her life’s destiny is to become a professional drag queen, and ... Read More