Occasionally occasions will spring up here.
Pharmacy & Gardens will be performing a short and sweet set Monday night at The Small Beast.
After 5 years of continental living, a quasi-original incarnation of Dana Schechter's uniquely wonderful band makes it's only New York appearance at the Small Beast. Those of you who remember need no introduction. For the rest of you, I could write a book, but just come hear for yourselves on Monday. I couldn't think of two more apt artists to make a Bee & Flower sandwich than Pharmacy & Gardens and Lynn Wright, doing double duty as B & F's guitarist and fronting his own terrific combo. And we might even have an extra super special surprise guest. See you monday. With love... Paul Wallfisch
SMALL BEAST #45 MONDAY, NOV. 30 The Delancey
Music from 8:00! NO COVER 2 for 1 drinks all night
8:00 PHARMACY & GARDENS ...is the moniker chosen by ex-Morix Optimo mastermind Kristofer Widholm as his solo alias. As the name implies, his rich vocals and evocative guitar playing could inspire healing and growth...
8:45 PAUL WALLFISCH ...will not be playing the accordion at this show. But here he is, doing it in Cologne, Germany.
9:15 AND THE WIREMEN Somehow both etherially delicate and provocatively course, ex James Hall axe slinger Lynn Wright's songs, abetted by the magnificent trumpet playing of Paul Watson, (Sparklehorse), are a unique treat.
10:15 BEE & FLOWER http://www.beeandflower.com Having relocated from New York to Berlin, Bee and Flower's second album sees the band benefiting from the change of scene. Reminiscent at times of Low and Cat Power, but more European than either, the most obvious reference point for the band now is Nico. Dana Schechterâ