Brooklyn Bowl's 9th Anniversary Celebration - Presented by Pacifico
Van Gordon Martin Band, Enjoy $9 bowling lanes (per half hour) all night for our 9th Anniversary Celebration!
Friday, July 6th, 2018
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 11:59 pm)Brooklyn Bowl
$9.00 - $15.00
This event is 21 and over
Enjoy $9 bowling lanes (per half hour) all night for our 9th Anniversary Celebration! $9 per half hour.
Also enjoy $9 House Cocktails! Includes - $9 House Cocktails (Sangria, Rum punch, Bloody mary, Lillet Spritzer, Three Little Birds, Pimm's Cup, Michelada, Margaritas!
In addition, $9 9-piece fried party wing plate!
Please ignore end time listed. We look forward to having you at Brooklyn Bowl!https://www.brooklynbowl.com/event/1704186/
Forever indebted to the inspiration and talent of: Roland Alphonso, Lloyd Brevett, Tony DaCosta, Rupert Dillon , Don Drummond, Joseph " Lord Tanamo" Gordon, Jerome "Jah Jerry" Haynes, Lloyd Knibb, Tommy McCook, Donat Roy "Jackie" Mittoo, John " Dizzy Johnny" Moore, Jackie Opel, Doreen Shaffer, Lester Sterling.
Growing up in Chicago, his first job was polishing and stringing guitars in local music shop the Musicians Network. Van was discovered early on, and mentored by legendary Parliament Funkadelic and Talking Heads keyboardist, Bernie Worrell. This set the tone for his new musical existence.
Van Gordon Martin has been a veteran of the east coast music scene for over a decade, and is a part of Boston based Reggae collective Dub Apocalypse, Moroccan/Jazz/ Electronic group Club D’elf, Hip Hop Legend Big Daddy Kane’s Live band, Paul Wolstencroft of Slightly Stoopid’s Organically Good Trio, The Naya Rockers, and many others. He is also founding member of Spiritual Rez, a project witch he toured with extensively up until 2011.
“My goal is to share my story and love for guitar with the world. It has been always been the thing that makes me feel connected to the Spirit Realm. Rasta, Reggae, Soul, Jazz, Blues, Roots Music. It speaks the truth. Every artist is part of the building blocks of our social creative consciousness. I feel honored and blessed to share my ideas with anyone that will hear me. With every note we play with honest intention, we tear down a part of the injustices in the world. Love and music are indeed one. Music, it is our highest meditation”
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