RO @ SPICE DRAGON 3rd Thursday! Brooklyn Gypsies, Christine Bile, Distant Shock!

CBrooklyn GypsiesBrooklyn Gypsies is a new collaborative project of Troy “Mobius” Simms, TinaKristina (The Amp, Wax Poetic), Takuya Nakamura (Nerve, Cosmic BB’s), Carmen Estevez (Caneli Beat) & Brandon Lewis aka B RiddimZ,  Rock On alumni.  With roots and backgrounds ranging from Spain, Japan, Russia & US (the Berkshires) they find a common thread within the music born & bred in Brooklyn. http://www.facebook.com/BKGypsies

Rock On 3rd Thursday July 18, 2013 at Spice Dragon

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Spice-Dragon/212261482131911

297 North Street Pittsfield, MA

Come join us in front of Spice Dragon on North Street and hear the Gypsies unique blend of Gypsy, Afro-Latin, Electro, DUB & Blues. The Brooklyn Gypsies and Brandon Lewis will mentor students at Rock On Workshop this July.

Distant ShockDistant Shock, also born out of Rock On Workshop, have been together for 2 years. Their sound, focused on metal and hard rock, continues to mature as they write and perform their own original music. Distant Shock is Kyle Miller – Lead Vocals/Saxophone

Nate Sears – Bass, Curran Doyle – Drums, Dom Carnevale – Lead Guitar, Christian Pickwell – Guitar/Keyboards/Trumpet/Vocals.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Distant-Shock/132548196792113

 

Christine Bile is a young lady with a very mature vocal style and stage presence. A core member of ROO, (Rock On Orchestra) Christine is both a student at Rock On and a mentor and great example for younger students. Awarded the first Rock On “Sweetwater” scholarship, Christine’s love for her art is apparent. She has mastered many musical styles and went on to win Berkshire Idol in 2012 performing Beyonce’s ‘Listen’.

Check out Rock On’s Calendar of Events on Google and visit Rockonworkshop.org for more info.

RockOn Workshop July 15-26 at Berkshire Community College

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