Pi Power Trio, Tulula!, Glenn Morrow’s Cry For Help

/ May

Pi Power Trio, Tulula!, Glenn Morrow’s Cry For Help

Front Room
07:30 pm

BSP Kingston presents

PI Power Trio / Tulula / Glenn Morrow’s Cry For Help

$10 | 18+ | 7:30 Doors / 8PM Show

Pat Irwin was a founding member of the seminal No Wave bands The Raybeats and 8 Eyed Spy (with Lydia Lunch) Irwin was a long time touring member of the B-52s, joining the band in 1989 and helping to bring the hits “Love Shack” and “Roam” to mass audiences around the world.

Sasha Dobson and Daria Grace are both established and unique performers on their own. Singer songwriter Dobson’s most recent project, Puss ‘N Boots with Norah Jones, released their LP “No Fools No Fun” on Blue Note Records in 2014. She’s released 5 solo records and her most recent single, “Unchained” was self released in the spring of 2018.

Daria Grace also records and performs with her band, The Pre War Ponies. Their 2016 recording, “Get Out Under The Moon” was recently praised by the New York Daily Music Blog, “Grace is one of New York’s most distinctive and elegant singers…You’ll be missing out if you don’t own this album”

Together, Pat Irwin, Sasha Dobson, and Daria Grace make The PI Power Trio.



Tulula! has been stomping around Rip Van Winkle’s dreamland since 2006. The Acid-Cowboy quartet comes off like a mosh pit at a gypsy carnival followed by a séance with the 27 club. Between them, these four veterans of underground music have toured the world, recorded over twenty-five albums and eaten like princes with paupers. Tulula! is sure to whisk you one dance away from the happy farm. Tulula! is currently playing shows and promoting their debut full length album, Singing Songs In The Dark.



Call Morrow a local legend, and he’d probably demur: he’s a modest guy, and he prefers to let his songs do the talking. But in Hoboken – a town that has always celebrated idiosyncratic rock musicians – people know better. Morrow has been central to musical movements in the Mile Square City for more than three decades, both as a songwriter and performer and as the head honcho of Bar/None Records, an imprint that has always flown the flag for courageous artists. He was one of the first musicians to play at Maxwell’s, the epicenter of the scene for decades, and when Maxwell’s closed its doors in 2013 to great fanfare (it’s since reopened under new management) it was Morrow onstage with his old bands the Individuals and “a” to bring the curtain down.