Eugene Mirman / Robyn Hitchcock

Eugene Mirman / Robyn Hitchcock

Tuesday, April 19

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

This event is 18 and over

Absolutely no refunds - no exceptions. Lineups and times are subject to change.
Valid Gov't issued photo ID required. No re-entry.

Eugene Mirman
Eugene Mirman
Eugene Mirman is a comedian, actor and hero who lives in Brooklyn, NY. He voices "Gene" on Fox's Emmy Award winning animated series Bob's Burgers. He was on Flight of the Conchords, Adult Swim's Delocated, and has had two comedy specials on Comedy Central. His latest comedy special is available on Netflix. He is a frequent co-host of Neil deGrasse Tyson's science show Star Talk. His fifth comedy album, I'm Sorry (You're Welcome), being released by Sub Pop Records, will be available in multiple formats as a 9 Volume Digital Set, 7LPs, a Chair, a Robe on October 30th, 2015.
Robyn Hitchcock
Robyn Hitchcock
Robyn Hitchcock is one of England's most enduring contemporary singer/songwriters and live performers. A surrealist poet, talented guitarist, cult artist and musician's musician, Hitchcock is among alternative rock's father figures and is the closest thing the genre has to a Bob Dylan (not coincidentally his biggest musical inspiration).

Since founding the art-rock band The Soft Boys in 1976, Robyn has recorded more than 20 albums as well as starred in 'Storefront Hitchcock' an in concert film recorded in New York and directed by Jonathan Demme.

Blending folk and psychedelia with a wry British nihilism, Robyn describes his songs as 'paintings you can listen to'. His most recent album THE MAN UPSTAIRS is a bittersweet love letter to a vanishing world. Produced by legendary folk-rock svengali Joe Boyd (Pink Floyd, Nick Drake) the album was critically acclaimed by MOJO, UNCUT and THE QUIETUS.

"A gifted melodist, Hitchcock nests engaging lyrics in some of the most bracing, rainbow-hued pop this side of Revolver. He wrests inspiration not from ordinary life but from extraordinary imaginings…" – Rolling Stone

"As a performer, he's as much a wandering bard as a rock star." – The Believer