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Sip For The Sea with The Vipers

The Vipers are so excited to be a part of this fundraiser for the New York Aquarium! Check it out!!

Thursday Sept. 12
Central Park Zoo
The Vipers play an awesome concert!

SIP FOR THE SEA will feature pairings of sustainable wines from The Hess Collection, lead sponsor of the event, with sustainable seafood and other special offerings from some of New York’s top restaurants. Guests will be able to sample pairings at more than twenty stations throughout the Zoo’s colonnade and central garden.
SIP FOR THE SEA s benefiting the restoration of the New York Aquarium which was devastated by Hurricane Sandy.

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The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn in Charlestown on 04/19/13

The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn in New York City on 04/06/13

The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn in New York City on 04/05/13

The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn in Philadelphia on 04/04/13

The Blue Vipers in Philadelphia

The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn in Philadelphia
Cheers to Beer
5:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday April 4, 2013
Grand Hall Main Lobby, National Constitution Center 525 Arch Street, Independence Mall Philadelphia, PA 19106
General Admission:  $35
Members:  $30!/events/618681528148183/
Admission includes food, drinks, and exhibition access

“Last call! Join us at our final American Spirits event to toast the “Beer Act” of 1933, which legalized beer prior to Prohibition’s repeal. Sample suds from local breweries as well as Beam Inc.’s newest spirits, and take home your own souvenir tasting glass. Tap your feet to the acclaimed Blue Vipers of Brooklyn—known for their fresh take on Jazz Age tunes—while enjoying all-American pub fare, a themed photo booth, and access to the must-see exhibition American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition.”Cheers to Beer004

The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn were featured in Well Wed Magazine.


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On This Day In Musid History! March 2

1824 – Composer Bedrich Friedrich Smetana was born.

1900 – Composer Kurt Weill was born.

1921 – Composer Robert Simpson was born.

1922 Saxophonist Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis born in New York.

1942 Guitarist Charlie Christian dies at 25.

1953 Dave Brubeck records “Jazz at Oberlin” on Fantasy Records.

1959 Miles Davis records “Kind of Blue” on Columbia Records.

1961 Tina Brooks records “The Waiting Game” on Blue Note Records.

1964 – “Twist and Shout” by the Beatles was released in the U.S.

1964 – The Beatles began their first film, “A Hard Day’s Night.”

1967 – The Supremes recorded “Reflections.”

1977 – “The Barry Manilow Special” aired on ABC-TV.

1981 – Michael Jackson was a guest on Diana Ross’ third TV special “diana” on CBS.

2000 – DMX was arrested for driving without a license and marijuana possession in Cheektowaga, NY.

2005 – The iTunes Music Store reached 300 million songs sold.

On this day in music history! March 1

1810 – Composer Frederic Chopin was born.

1826 – Composer John Thomas was born.

1928 – Paul Whiteman and his orchestra recorded “Ol’ Man River.”

1930 Trombonist Benny Powell born in New Orleans, LA.

1929 Pianist Fats Waller records his piano solo “Handful of Keys.”

1940 Guitarist Ralph Towner born in Chehalis, WA.

1941 – The first FM Radio station opened in Nashville, TN.

1956 – The Fats Domino album “Rock and Rollin’ With Fats Domino” was released on the Imperial Label.

1957 – The Everly Brothers signed with Cadence Records and then recorded “Bye Bye Love.”

1957 – Chuck Berry released “School Days” on Chess Records. It became his biggest hit to date.

1958 – Buddy Holly & the Crickets opened their only British tour in London.

1963 – Gerry & the Pacemakers released their first British single, “How Do You Do It.”

1968 – Johnny Cash and June Carter were married.

1968 – Elton John’s first single, “I’ve Been Loving You,” was released in England.

1969 – Jim Morrison (Doors) was arrested and officially charged with lewd and lascivious behavior, indecent behavior, open profanity and public drunkenness in Miami. Morrison was later sentenced. Morrison died while the sentence was under appeal.

1970 – The Charles Manson album “Lie” was released. The profits went to Manson’s defense.

1972 – John Lennon was granted an extension on his American work visa. Lennon then began recording “Sometime in New York City.”

1973 – The Robert Joffrey Dance Company opened the presentation “Deuce Coupe Ballet”. The show was based on the music of the Beach Boys.

1974 – Queen began their first headlining tour or England.

1974 Pianist Bobby Timmons dies at 38.

1977 – Sara Lowndes Dylan filed for a divorce from Bob Dylan.

1980 – Patti Smith married Fred “Sonic” Smith (formerly with MC5).

1981 – The TV movie “Elvis and the Beauty Queen” was aired on NBC. Don Johnson played the role of Elvis.

1982 – Jimmy Page’s first solo LP was released. It was the soundtrack to Death Wish II.

1987 Basie guitarist Freddie Green dies at 75.

1990 – Janet Jackson’s first concert tour began. It was the Rhythm Nation World Tour 1990.

1991 – “The Doors” movie debuted. Val Kilmer played the role of Jim Morrison.

1995 – In Switzerland, Bill Berry (R.E.M) suffered a brain aneurysm while performing on stage.

1998 – Prince released the 3-CD set “Crystal Ball.” The initial release was restricted to the web site

1999 – Sony Music Distribution raised their wholesale prices on audio CDs by 8 cents.