About This Event
Doors Open:7:00 PM
Show Time:8:00 PM
This is a general admission event in The Gallery at LPR.
Stories about songs–the soundtrack to our lives. Dana Rossi hosts this monthly dose of music inspired nostalgia where guest writers and performers tell the hilarious or heart wrenching stories and memories they forever tie to certain songs. The Soundtrack Series has been called “the best rock and roll storytelling event in New York” by Flavorpill, and has been featured in the New York Times, BUST, NY1, “Above and Beyond” in the New Yorker, a Critic’s Pick in Time Out New York, and included among the “Best Events and Things to Do in NYC” by CBS News New York.
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Lisa Kennedy Montgomery (stage name Kennedy; born September 8, 1972) is an American political satirist, radio personality, and former MTV VJ. She was the host of MTV’s now-defunct daily late-night alternative rock program Alternative Nation throughout much of the 1990s. (via wikipedia)
Jessica Delfino is a critically acclaimed and award winning comedic musician who has performed her comedy songs all over the world. Called “Lower East Side’s Queen of Obscene” by The Village Voice, Jessica recently became a viral sensation across Italy when she nearly got arrested for taking off her pants in Naples for the No Pants Subway Ride. Jessica is also the host and one of the creators of the annual NY Funny Songs Festival and the Philly Funny Songs Festival. Enjoy her daily musings @JessicaDelfino or find her on Facebook at Jessica Delfino on Facebook.
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DAVID CRABB is a performer, writers, storyteller, and host of the Moth StorySLAM. He is the co-creator of the live storytelling series ASK ME and has told stories at RISK!, Stripped Stories, The Soundtrack Series and Story Collider. David is a member of NYC’s Axis Company Theatre where his solo show, Bad Kid was named a New York Times Critics’ Pick. He teaches storytelling at The PIT and Kevin Allison’s The Story Studio. He generally dislikes sorcerers, dragons, and anything having to do with “wizardry.” This is his fourth appearance on How I Learned. That’s how similar to Diana Spechler he is.