Archive for February, 2012
Our FREE artist fitness program will launch this weekend, with the meet up location to be announced in a forthcoming e-mail. If you have not yet sent an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org expressing interest in joining our list, please do so this week! We’ll send you the time, location and workout theme of this weekend’s meet […]
Grammy award winner Adele performing her hit song, “Someone Like You” in her home. No fancy effects, no costumes, no dancers, no props. Just music.
I saw someone perform this last night at a fundraiser and was moved to tears. Here’s the original poet, Sarah Kay, performing “If I Should Have a Daughter” for TED Talks. Love comes in different forms. Happy Valentine’s Day. Lyrics: If I should have a daughter, instead of Mom, she’s gonna call me Point B, […]
Perhaps one of the most exciting things along the artistic journey of self-discovery and creative expression is the moment when you stop trying to be like everyone else, and embrace who you truly are. Such was the case for Stephie Coplan, singer-songwriter and front woman for Stephie Coplan and the Pedestrians, an energetic and bold […]
The “Leave A Lasting Mark” Concert Series is proud to present “Moondance: A Tribute to Van Morrison” to benefit Education Through Music, presented by Nimble Records. The concert will take place at the historic Bitter End, 147 Bleecker Street, from 7-9 pm on Thursday Feb 9th, 2012. This concert will feature over 45 of NYC’s […]
Being an independent artist is a full-time job, and for some people it’s a SECOND full-time job. Between booking, auditions, social media management, networking, promoting, performing, etc., it’s sometimes impossible to find 5 minutes to just grab a bite to eat and focus on your overall mental and physical well-being. NYC Art Scene wants to […]
Stephie Coplan and the Pedestrians, “Jerk!” Look for NYCAS’s exclusive interview with Stephie next week, and check out her music at www.stephiecoplan.com. Directed, shot & edited by David Dutton. Hair & make-up by Michael Serapiglia. The “Jerk” is Morgan Lever.