POP Rocks! in Baltimore: Tom Hamilton, McFadden, Wyllys
The second exhibition of works of Baltimore artist Jess Pfohl will be on display at music and event venue Hard Rock Café in Baltimore. The exhibit, POP Rocks!, debuts 8 7-foot painted rock photographs taken by famed photographer Michael Weintrob and are inspired by American painter, printmaker, and filmmaker Andy Warhol and his Factory.
The reception for POP Rocks! will take place on July 24 and is accompanied by 8 live music performances from Some Cat from Japan; with an Exploration of Jimi Hendrix, (Will Bernard, Stanton Moore, Scott Metzger, Nigel Hall, Ron Johnson, Eric Bolivar), Eric McFadden (P-Funk AllStars, The Animals), Tom Hamilton’s American Babies (Brothers Past, Disco Biscuits), Baltimore bands RAKKASAN, Tek Sub Port, Dinosaur Project, Boston native Navillus plays acoustic guitar over lunch and Wyllys (Umphrey’s McGee) concludes the night with a DJ set accompanied by sit-ins from the day’s line-up. The free outdoor reception begins at noon and extends early into Sunday morning, concluding by 2 a.m.
The event celebrates the opening of JessMessin’ Studyo! located at 810 N. Calvert St. in Mt. Vernon Art District in Baltimore City as well as the collaboration of Weintrob and Pfohl.
July 24, 2010
Hard Rock Café- 610 East Pratt Street – Baltimore, Maryland 21202