Jon Burgerman and Jim Avignon
The Salads and Ballads of Anxieteam.
wed june 2 / 11 PM
Petes Candy store – 709 Lorimer street
The dynamic and delightful duo reunite and return for a very special performance at Brooklyn’s much loved live music haunt Pete’s Candy Store.
Adorned by their revered hand painted stage dressing, Anxieteam (Jim Avignon and Jon Burgerman) will whisk you away to a land of doe-eyed maidens of tea and carnivorous video game characters. Swooning strums of the ukulele, lacquered in lament and wistfulness, will be charged with the electronic prong of sounds from the dawn of the digital age.
The intimate set will touch upon the key universal themes of the Anxieteam oeuvre; buffets and best-friends, relationships and spaceships, cakes and cats, and of course, salads and ballads.
Guests are encouraged to bring their own salad items to the event to contribute to a communal salad to made by the band during the event.
SEE THIS DUO PERFORM AT FACTORY FRESH GALLERY ON SATURDAY JUNE 5th at 6:00 PM
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