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NEW BEGINNINGS

Jolenta Greenberg makes a great point at Put by Ten.

 On Jan. 22, 2015, Out by Ten, the monthly performance series featuring NYC’s best cutting-edge storytellers and musicians  presents New Beginnings. This month we feature two Moth Story-SLAM Champions and a singer/songwriter/guitarist from England who will all make you laugh and inspire you to launch your own new beginnings.

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THE TALENT

STORIES

Jeff Simmermon, Moth StorySLAM Champion, is at Out by Ten, but will not be wearing white gloves.Jeff Simmermon, a Moth GrandSlam Champion, has also appeared on This American Life, The Moth’s podcast, and has written for the Paris Review’s blog. He’s a storyteller, standup, and the producer/performer behind And I Am Not Lying, a variety show that combines stand-up, storytelling, burlesque, sideshow and music at UCB East on the second Friday of the month.

JolentaREVISEDTALLJolenta Greenberg, a moth StorySlam winner, has also told her stories at The PIT, Union Hall, UCB, and The Music Hall of Williamsburg. She is a graduate of the Atlantic Theater Company’s conservatory program. You can also hear her voice announcing funders on NY Public Radio.

THE MUSIC

Warren Malone, a New York based singer/songwriter and guitarist, hails from Manchester England. He has played in bars, clubs and yes, even street corners, all over England, Ireland, Europe and The US. In his music you will hear echoes of Hank Williams, Elvis Presley, and Roy Orbison.—but his bittersweet and sometimes funny songs are uniquely his own. His new album, And The Ants Ate The Bee, is a dark folk nightmare and is available at Out by Ten and  online at www.warrenmalone.com 

 WarrenaMalone, first albumn cover, performs at Out by ten.

The Back Story: Out by Ten Producers Susan Seliger and Jane Ashe hand pick the best, cutting-edge musicians, storytellers and multimedia performers to create a night of inspiration (not to mention free wine and cheese) the fourth Thursday of the month, in a downtown NYC salon-space (Spectrum NYC, written up in the New York Times as a great place to get your culture –fast!). 

The Place: 

121 Ludlow Street, 2nd floor, (betw. Delancey and Rivington) Spectrum NYC Studio: An intimate salon in hip, bustling lower Manhattan, with a parking lot across the street. Easy access to subways: J, F, Z and M trains at Essex/Delancey

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susan Seliger at the mike december - Version 3The Back Story: Out by Ten Producer Susan Seliger hand picks the best, cutting-edge musicians, storytellers and multimedia performers to create a night of inspiration (not to mention free wine and cheese) the fourth Thursday of the month, in a downtown NYC salon-space (Spectrum NYC, written up in the New York Times as a great place to get your culture –fast!). 

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