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A pivotal moment occurred in 1990 when Brian’s father brought him to see The Elvin Jones Jazz Machine and Brian witnessed his first up-close exposure to the drummer who would become his principal inspiration on the instrument.
A multi-instrumentalist, Brian also plays guitar, bass, percussion, and sings in several of his collaborations, as well as having done producing work.
On August 26, the cabaret punk duo will play Boston's Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, followed by a gig at the newly-opened Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk in Brooklyn the next day (August 27).
(Tickets for both shows go on sale April 15 at 10 a.m.
"It was just too tempting to say no to playing a giant Coney Island show," she explained.
Since her career began with drummer Brian Viglione in the punk-cabaret duo The Dresden Dolls, singer Amanda Palmer has courted both controversy and devoted fans, carrying both with her into her solo career after the duo went on hiatus--and that fanbase ultimately led to a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign and her current Patreon supporters, who regularly contribute money for each "thing" Palmer releases.
The couple had been engaged for one year and one day when they exchanged vows in San Francisco (where Amanda was scheduled to perform her Dresden Dolls partner Brian Viglione (the pair once dated.) The couple broke the news via Twitter, and later Neil posted this sweet message on his Facebook page: UPDATE: Neil wrote more about his wedding on his blog.
It was a completely impromptu affair, and Amanda wore a wedding dress she used to wear as a human statue.
According to the benefit’s organizers: “Becca was a prolific writer, ardent reader, and lover of books.
While a student at Smith, Becca worked in the Mortimer Rare Book Room and in the Archives, focusing on the work of Sylvia Plath.
At the time of her death, she was in the MLS program at Simmons College in Boston, focusing on Archival Science.
Becca’s life was a daily inspiration filled with curiosity and the seemingly endless search for ‘more.'” The Rebecca Samay Rosenthal ’07 Memorial Special Collections Fund will be established “to provide internships for students enrolled in library special collections concentrations (including but not exclusive to the Archives and Book Studies concentrations) and/or to provide general internship and research funds for student work in special collections…
To help us out, we've decided to focus only on her solo original work, so no Dresden Dolls or Evelyn Evelyn or her beloved Radiohead and David Bowie covers, well-done as they are.