R. STEVIE MOORE
LIVE at the Darress Theatre, Boonton NJ Saturday 25 Sept 1999
BOB BRAINEN [g,v,d]
CHRIS BREETVELD [g,v,d,b]
CHRIS BOLGER [b,v,g]
IRWIN CHUSID [d]
DAVID NAGLES [nova social]
AL DIGIACOMO [video director]
TIM KORZUN [audio producer]
KRYS O. [supervisor]
"Built in 1919
The only reverse theatre remaining in America today"
They put me RIGHT to sleep! Thanx, Beez! I needed that!
SHOW OFF YOUR BAND.
Sunday New York Times 9/19/99 New Jersey section, "Jersey Footlights" p.12
NOT EXACTLY A SILENT MOVIE
The old and the new in rock-and-roll will meet in "Sight Unseen," a show of live music and film coming to the Darress Theater in Boonton on Saturday (9/25).
R. Stevie Moore of Bloomfield is to perform his mixture of new wave, punk and 60's garage sound with a little country from his native Nashville. Mr. Moore, who has been recording for 30 years, has just released a new CD, "The Future Is Worse Than The Past," on the German Label Megaphon/Pink Lemon.
The concert will be Mr. Moore's first performance with a new band he has put together. It will also be the first performance for the other band on the program: Nova Social, formerly known as Stretch, which organized the concert. The band, with two members from Wayne and Nutley and a third from New York City, plays an eclectic mix of pop and rock.
The performance, which will include a montage of film images, is to be preceded by a showing of "Don't Look Back," D.A. Pennebaker's classic 1967 documentary on Bob Dylan's British tour. "Don't Look Back" goes on at 7 p.m., followed by live music at 8:30.
Information: (973) 334-9292 or www.darress.org.
AVAILABLE ON DVD $15