Rotary Club is not done with 2016 just yet! The newly revamped four-piece will be playing at Red Hook Bait and Tackle (320 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn), our favorite place in Brooklyn, Friday December 2nd. Our buddy Phil Lynch will stop by and play a few ditties from his everything drawer. Show starts at 9:30PM. We’ll be playing two sets.
You can check out our two albums, 2007’s Vis-a-Vis and 2011’s Second Year In Swine right here: Rotary Club Music
Rotary Club welcomes three new Rotarians: guitarist-keyboardist Jamie “Ossey” Osborne, drummer Marcel Negret, and newest member and bassist John Neidhart. We’ll be playing all new material and look forward to recording album number three in 2017!
Rotary Club returns to the music circuit with a new line up and a new slate of songs. Please join us at our favorite Red Hook watering hole. Rock happens around 9ish. Red Hook Bait and Tackle is at 320 Van Brunt Street, Red Hook.
Rotary Club returns to our favorite little old school rock venue in Brooklyn, Goodbye Blue Monday http://www.goodbye-blue-monday.com/ Friday May 2.
The club is at 1087 Broadway, Bushwick. We’ll be playing with our pals Combat Jazz. Show starts at 9pm.
January 10, 2014 at Goodbye Blue Sky.
Rotary Club is very excited to start off 2014 with a great show, this Friday January 10 at Goodbye Blue Monday http://www.goodbye-blue-monday.com/
Goodbye Blue Monday is at 1087 Broadway in Bushwick.
It’s an excellent bill featuring:
8PM – Phil Lynch
9PM – The Cameramen (Featuring Todd Perlmutter and Chris Dyas)
10PM – Rotary Club
11PM – Combat Jazz (featuring John McQueeney)
Come rain, snow or nuclear fallout.
Get ‘yo ass down to a true gem of a bar. Tom will be performing a horn of plenty of tune-age. Plus there will be special guests ‘n stuff.
Red Hook Bait & Tackle is at 320 Van Brunt Street in lovely Red Hook Brooklyn. www.redhookbaitandtackle.com