Carina and the Six String Preacher

Carina & The Six String Preacher

Friday  •  May 21st  |  8:00pm
$10. at the door (or pre-purchase your ticket)

Revolution Gallery is excited to welcome back Carina and the Six String Preacher. A spicy blend of crime jazz, surf, latin, and pop with a touch of blood and a dash of cinnamon, Carina and the Six String Preacher’s signature sound is a modern day jazz noir with a twist.

Based out of Buffalo New York, the band — formed by singer/songwriter Carina M. and guitarist/songwriter Vincent James Mastrantonio— has been independently writing, recording, and producing music and music videos since 2013. They’ve since released three albums and singles, including their most recent single/music video, Shattered. While recording their second album “Why You So Wild, Crocodile?”, the duo began making music videos on YouTube for the new songs off their forthcoming EP. Their videos have garnered thousands of views and followers from around the world. Recently joined by esteemed drummer Erik Eimiller in 2018, the band continues to perform at some of the most renowned venues and festivals in the region.

All guests will be required to properly wear masks (covering nose to chin) when moving about the gallery, to use restroom or view artwork. Guests also need to properly wear masks when walking to a table. Masks may be removed when visitors are seated at their table to enjoy their drinks and food. 4 people maximum is allowed at a table on the patio.

If inside, doors to the outside will be open intermittently to keep airflow moving about the gallery.

Tables and chairs may not be moved from their spot for any reason.

A FEW IMPORTANT THINGS TO NOTE PER COVID19 / NYS / CDC REQUIREMENTS and REGULATIONS:
All guests will be required to properly wear masks (nose to chin) when entering the patio, when going inside gallery to use restroom or to view artwork from our latest exhibits – “ravel” – a solo show by Tricia Butski in gallery one, and “The Year the Earth Stood Still” – a group show with original artwork in gallery two. Masks may be removed when visitors are seated at their designated table to enjoy their drinks and food.
 
Attendees may place their drink (and/ or food order) at the bar inside, to take back to their tables with them.
 
IMPORTANT NOTE: To help protect our guests, we prefer contactless payments, but we do also accept cash – PLEASE PAY WITH CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD. Guests may also pay via Venmo to @RevolutionGallery