It will be a Merkaba Mainifesrtion on Sunday February 18, 2018 @ Theater 294 (294 Rte 109, Farmingdale, NY 5-10pm, adm $12) presented by Spoken word artist, author and vintage vinyl dealer Nathaniel Watts. Ascension will be possible as the stage of Theater 294 becomes a wheel in motion merging the powers of creativity for light to shine and enlighten spirits while bodies are enthralled by performances from many players that are part of Long Island’s growing cultural hub of performamce artists
A Merkaba Mainifesrtion will be hosted by comedian Mo Diggs. It will incorporate two open drum circles coordinated by Equilibrium’s Jackie Guma. The second one will involve five goddesses of poetry reading over it. Those goddesses are also known as Elizabeth Sackett, Arianna Fugit. Cara Macedonio, April Diane and Wisdom Speaks. There will be two singer songwriters Antonio Sisto and Danni Christian. Both of them have material captivating enough that you can live in their songs. Mad genius Kenny Brown will be doing his insane one man thing filled with loops, psycho guitar work and then there’s that trumpet. Hearfelt loving fun will be brought on from the sounds of Labyrinth Soul. There will be the performance premier of Japanese rapper Yason and the evening will close with the mind expanding word music sounds of iAmnot celebrating the release of their debut CD Love Has Left. The band will be performing the album in its entirety, complete with narrartion from special guest, SUNY English professsor Ed Luhrs.
If Kenny Brown is not enough to take you to new dimensions. If five knockout poets reading over spirit raising beats can’t get you there, then iAmnot will assure the job is done. In its first year of existence, iAmnot has developed a strong reputation for pushing a telepathic surgical line into folk punk boundaries with plenty of psychedelia sinking in. Then there’s that voice of Nathaniel Watts surfing all over it. The rest of the lineup for this evening will be Kenny Gordon (guitar, vocals. Percussion), Evan Campanella (bass, backing vocals, percussion), Frank Giliberti (percussion), Rob Ehrlich (percussion). This will be the band’s longest set ever and will probably be the one and only time that Love Has Left will be performed in its entirety.
Doors open at 4pm. The evening starts at 5pm sharp with the first drum circle of the evening. Both circles are open. Anyone who wants to come join in on the drumming, there will be discounted admission until 5pm. Some drums will be available, if anybody needs one to use. Deejay Spacey Sissick will be spinning in between sets. Way good food will be available at only $5 a plate. A Merkaba Mainifesrtion will be Sunday February 18, 2018 Theater 294 Rte 109, Farmingdale, NY 5-10pm. Adm $12.