An impressive collection of musicians who came up through the Downtown New York City jazz scene will come together for what is sure to be a special night at City Winery. Sex Mob featuring slide trumpeter Steven Bernstein will play the NYC City Winery with special guests Nels Cline (Wilco) and John Medeski (MMW) on August 9.
Sex Mob finds Bernstein joined by saxophonist Briggan Krauss, Tony Scherr on bass and drummer Kenny Wollesen. The group is known for its wild interpretations of songs such as Prince’s “Sign O’ the Times,” John Barry’s “Goldfinger,” the Grateful Dead’s “Ripple,” Nirvana’s “About a Girl,” the Rolling Stones’ “Ruby Tuesday” and Buffalo Springfield’s “For What It’s Worth.” Tickets are on sale now via the venue’s website.
Watch Sex Mob deconstruct “Darling Nikki” by Prince:
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