Gig Annnouncement RighteousGIRLS & Bearthoven at Joes Pub Friday, January 20th – 7pm RighteousGIRLS (feat. E.J. Strickland, drums) team up with sound designer Matt McCorkle (Audio from Space/CDZA) for a full-length improvised set to McCorkles field recordings of fire, water, rain, and NYC night life. McCorkle places RighteousGIRLS and their audience at the heart of his sonic landscape. $15 Adv/ $20 Door Tix: JoesPub.comContinue reading “Tonight: Righteous Girls and Bearthoven at Joe’s (1/20/17)”
I am very proud of flutist Gina Izzo and pianist Erika Dohi. Their duo, known as Righteous Girls, performs twice in Japan this week. They are presenting their Gathering Blue project, recorded on New Focus Records, at Horie Arte, 1-18-17 Kita-Horie, Osaka, Japan, on June 3rd and 5th at 7:30 PM. Gathering Blue features composers Ambrose Akinmusire, Andy Akiho, Dave Molk, Jonathan Ragonese, Pascal Le Bouef, Randy Woolf, and Vijay Iyer. Gina andContinue reading “Big in Japan”
Be there or be Ionian. Righteous Girls celebrate Album release of ‘gathering blue.’
This Friday at Joe’s Pub, Righteous Girls celebrate the release of their New Focus CD gathering blue, which contains my composition For Milton. Doors open at 6 and the show is at 7 PM (Get tickets here).
New tour date for Righteous Girls, this one back in NYC. Wednesday, August 26, 2015 – 8PM RighteousGIRLS Double Bill with JP Jofre @ Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3 185 Orchard Street, New York, NY Tickets: $10.00/$12.00 Buy Now
Maggie Molloy has reviewed the Righteous Girls’ gathering blue for the website Second Inversion.
Today sees the release of Righteous Girls’s debut album on New Focus Recordings, Gathering Blue. My composition “For Milton” is on it. You may purchase the recording from iTunes here. Below is another “teaser track” from the album, this one featuring composer and steel pan performer Andy Akiho.
I am thrilled that on July 10th Righteous Girls are releasing their debut album, Gathering Blue, on New Focus Recordings . It contains works by Andy Akiho, Akinmusire, Pascal Le Boeuf, Vijay Iyer, Dave Molk, Mike Perdue, Jonathan Ragonese, and Randy Woolf, as well as my own “For Milton,” an homage to Milton Babbitt that isContinue reading “Righteous Girls: Gathering Blue”
Why should pop stars have all the fun? Check out a new video for Andy Akiho’s “NO one to kNOW one,” featuring our friends Righteous Girls.