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Jahn Xavier & The Bowerytones

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Jahn Xavier & The Bowerytones have been venturing through every New York City club of note in the last few years, while perfecting the songs featured on their forthcoming album "Yes, You", the release of which they will be celebrating tonight. Jahn has been part of the NYC music scene since helping to form (and then being thrown out of) local teen-punk band The Blessed in 1977. He joined Richard Hell & the Voidoids as a bassist in 1979, at 16 years old - he went on tour with Richard, Bob Quine and Ivan Julian, and recorded on several of their albums. He then formed The Nitecaps (with Al Maddy, Peter Jordan, and Sammy Brown), and their 1983 album ("Go To The Line") was released on Sire records. The Nitecaps toured for many years as a support act to some of the greats of rock and soul, built a following of wonderful fans, and stayed on to make a second album in 1994 ("Exact Change"). As a founding member of The Ghosts, Sugartime, and few other bands of ill-repute - as well as playing and singing with of some of the finest singers and songwriters in NYC - Jahn has been a singing, songwriting, stringed-instrument-picking powerhouse for three and a half decades. On this date, Jahn will be playing with fellow Bowerytones Charly Roth and Denny McDermott, playing songs profound, mundane, sacred and profane.


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