Season 5 Showcase on 5/21

The Falling Birds in RFB’s Season 4 Benefit Concert

On Sunday May 21st, we’re kicking off our 5th season with a showcase of local musicians to raise funds for the station, under our newly established non-profit status!

+++ The Bushwick Hotel
++ Lovehoney
+ The Falling Birds
Radio Free Brooklyn’s Radical Vaudeville

It is in a secret location in Bushwick so please RSVP via Eventbrite link for address and more information!

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The Bushwick Hotel is a reimagining and reinterpretation of classic rock n’ roll flavor with modern retooling. “The band embraces today’s hybrid genres with touches of brass-band jazz and garage blues. The combination of sounds and conventions handpicked from the last fifty years of rock history combine into a potent, enexpected brew.” -Jack McManus Relix

Lovehoney – is a rock ‘n’ roll band from Brooklyn.

The Falling Birds follow a simple concept: write songs with foundations in blues and folk, then throttle them with punk rock snarl. The combination is a sound that is all their own, a modern blend of post punk Americana that defies easy categorization.

Ammo O’Day aka The Fitness Witch is an esoteric life coach,plays drums in Fogo Azul,an all female Afro-Brazilian drumline and the host of “Wine and Witchcraft”

Master Lee aka Urban Shaman has performed on Sesame Street and Rikers Island. He is writing a book, How to Be an Artist and Not Lose Your Mind.

Velocity Chyaldd has made love to NYC for the past 2 decades with her visions on life, love & the universal psyche, through her songs, Burlesque productions, performance art seen around the US as well as Europe & her weekly radio hour – Fallen Woman, Thursdays at midnight (12am Friday’s) on Radio Free Brooklyn.

Nicholas Horner is a vocalist and songwriter originally from central Pennsylvania whose performances combine the recklessness of rock with the spontaneity of jazz and the familiarity of folk music. He tours both nationally and internationally with raucous brothers-harmony folk duo “Nick and Luke” and with “The Nick Horner Family”, an eclectic cast of musical characters from across the jazz, rock, folk and new-music scenes. Read more at