Anybody that lived through the 90’s, at one time or another, listened to Alanis Morissette‘s Jagged Little Pill. It was one of the biggest albums at the time, and still holds water as one of the most influential albums from that era to this very day. Today, Turkuaz drummer, Michelangelo Carubba, has announced that he has gathered some musical “friends” to pay tribute to Jagged Little Pill, set to take place on Friday, February 17th at New York City’s American Beauty (purchase tickets here).
Joining Carubba will be Trey Anastasio Band trumpeter/vocalist Jennifer Hartswick, Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds leading lady Arleigh Kincheloe, Turkuaz bandmates and femme fatale singers Shira Elias and Sammi Garett, along with guitarist Sasha Brown, The Nth Power bassist Nate Edgar, and guitarist Craig Brodhead.
The all-star cast will perform the album in its entirety, taking on powerful tracks such as “You Oughta Know,” “Hand in My Pocket,” and “Ironic,” followed by a second set jam session. What they will play for the jam is anybody’s guess, but you can bet it’s going to go down!
At Carubba’s Birthday Bash earlier this year, which also celebrated the life of former Turkuaz keyboardist Stephen Malinowski, the group gave a hint at just how incredible a performance of Morissette’s music would be, with a monster cover of “You Oughta Know.” Check out full audio of that show below, courtesy of taper Matt Moricle:
– Show Info –
Band: Michelangelo Carubba & Friends To Play Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill
Venue: American Beauty – 251 W. 30th Street – New York, NY 10001
Date: Friday – February 17th, 2017
Time: Doors 9pm / Show 10pm
Tickets: $12adv / $15dos (Purchase tix HERE)
With the ever-changing landscape of individual rights being put at risk in the current political climate, it is important to support organizations and charities that advocate for various demographics of the country’s population. With that in mind, a portion of the proceeds from this show will be donated to Planned Parenthood in support of women’s rights to decide what is in the best interest of their own bodies and minds.
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