201 F Street NE
August 15, 2013 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Maryland-born, NYC-based singer-songwriter Kayte Grace joins with the New York City-based entertainment and hospitality company Moscow 57 to present the Moscow 57 Urban Salon, hosted by Ellen Kaye (whose family owned the Russian Tea Room from 1947-1996).
Kayte Grace has been making a name for herself as a folk/country artist through a number of well-received albums and performances across the country. This event will celebrate the pre-release of Kayte Grace’s anticipated EP project, Set Fire To Separate Lives. She will be accompanied by Kevin Plybon on acoustic guitar, Kyle Masteller on electric guitar, Javier Ramos on drums and Doug Berns on bass.
Ellen Kaye, known for her gutsy hybrid of blues, jazz, rock and folk, will perform with the M57 Band, which includes Musical Director Ethan Fein on guitar and banjo and Javier Ramos on drums.
The evening will also include a digital art display, with featured visual artists Dan Root and Yuka Imata as well as M57 Visual Arts curator Leah McCloskey, making it a multi-media event.”
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