Join Brooklyn Independent Media for a special Brooklyn Folk Festivaledition of B-Side. Hang out for a live in-studio performance and interview with The Horse-Eyed Men and The Four o’clock Flowers. Hosted by Eli Smith, founder of the Brooklyn Folk Festival.
The Horse-Eyed Men are two brothers, Noah and Dylan Harley, who play original, disgruntled Americana and country. Their music mixes spaghetti-western themes with cabaret, ragtime, and post-partum punk. Their latest album, Grave Country, was recorded in Copenhagen on a grant from the Danish Arts Council.
Also performing will be The Four O’Clock Flowers, a duo from the blues / gospel edge of the folk spectrum featuring Samoa Wilson on vocals and Ernie Vega on guitar & vocals.
B-Side, Brooklyn Independent Media’s live in-studio music series, features performances from emerging and established musicians on Thursday evenings. These performances are open to the public, however our studio space is limited.
RSVP via the Facebook event page.