Transit Directions

Walk from Subway

train to Carroll Street.
Walk west on 1st Place (it will become Summit St). Cross over BQE. Continue down Summit St to Columbia St. Mak a left. Jalopy is two blocks down Columbia St.

Subway and Bus

Option 1: trains to Boro Hall. Walk South on Court St to Atlantic Avenue. On Atlantic Ave, take the B61 towards Ikea/Red Hook. Get off on Summit and Columbia Sts. Continue down Columbia St. two blocks to Jalopy.

Option 2: to Jay St/Metrotech. Catch B61 to Ikea/Red Hook on Smith St. between Fulton & Livingston. Follow above directions.

From Manhattan

Take Brooklyn Bridge. Continue down Adams St. Make a right onto Atlantic Ave. At Columbia St. (4th light) make a left. Continue down Columbia to the end (Woodhull St.) Jalopy is 1/2 block past Woodhull St.

BQE From North and West

Take BQE to Atlantic Avenue Exit. Make left at the light (Columbia St). Continue down Columbia to the end (Woodhull St.) Jalopy is 1/2 block past Woodhull St.

BQE from South and East

Take BQE to Hamilton Avenue Exit. Continue straight off exit. The first right after the traffic light is Columbia St. Jalopy is on the right half way down the block.

Coming up at the Tavern

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Demolition String Band

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“Demolition String Band’s members are across-the-board connoisseurs; master instrumentalists, lyricists and entertainers while Skye is a vocal treasure.” BILLBOARD MAGAZINE

With a shared passion for country roots, rock ‘n roll, bluegrass and mountain music, singer/songwriter Elena Skye (Chicago, IL) and multi-instrumentalist Boo Reiners (Charlotte, N.C.) front the NYC based Demolition String Band. They both started out young, taking lessons, slowing down classic recordings, jamming with anyone and everyone and playing in bluegrass bands. Their paths first crossed at an independent bookstore in Hoboken, N.J. co-owned and managed by Elena. Their after-hours jams at Blackwater Books and nearby pubs led them to form a band.

With a truly memorable and unique collection of songs, the Demolition String Band loves to thrill a sweaty dance floor with their dangerous rhythm section, or pick and sing old-school around a single microphone juggling banjo, mandolin and guitars while weaving rustic, taut harmony vocals with tall tales and truth, joy and heartbreak, despair and redemption.

www.demolitionstringband.com

 

 

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