Brown Commons Coffeehouse Presents Andy Suzuki and The Method

We're bringing you a unique sound we've never had the pleasure of hosting before when we welcome Andy Suzuki & The Method to the Brown Commons Coffeehouse stage. Based in New York City, songwriters Andy Suzuki and Kozza Olatunji-Babumba have been making music together since they were classmates in college. Their early 2019 full-length release, "Alibi", is their most-cohesive, energetic project to date, highlighting their dynamic sounds and stellar talent with songs such as Medicine.

The half-Japanese, half-Jewish Suzuki and hand-percussionist Kozza (grandson of percussion legend Babatunde Olatunji) first garnered wider attention with their buoyant, organic folk-pop album, "Born out of Mischief", and soon found themselves supporting artists like Ringo Starr, Eric Hutchinson, Joshua Radin, Marc Broussard, Delta Rae, and Tyrone Wells. What do Andy and Kozza sound like? Imagine if the Allman Brothers were produced by Diplo. Or if The Black Keys didn't take themselves so seriously. However you describe it, Andy Suzuki & The Method are worth checking out before they outgrow the east coast rock club circuit.

Event Details:

We will have fresh coffee and tea from FoJo Coffee Roasters and sweet treats from Flour and Salt Bakery. All items are $1 apiece. All proceeds will go to a local arts-related non-profit organization.

Admission is free and open to the public. We expect demand to be high for this performance and ask that you please reserve your free general admission ticket on Eventbrite.

(Those without tickets are still encouraged to come, but will be admitted based on availability.)

Thursday, September 19 at 8:00pm to 9:45pm

110 Broad Street – Brown Commons Social House
110 NY-12B, Hamilton, NY 13346, USA

Topic

Arts, Culture, Entertainment, Wellness and health

Event Type

Concerts, Performances, Alumni

Website

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brown-co...

Cost

Tickets are free. Register on Eventbrite to reserve yours!

Group
Brown Commons
Contact E-mail

jbary@colgate.edu

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