The rain and flooding in New York has been affecting some of tonight’s (9/29) shows, including the On The Might of Princes reunion / Sirens 20th anniversary show at Brooklyn Monarch, with vocalist Rachel Rubino (of Open City and Bridge and Tunnel) and guitarist Tom Tierney (of Tidal Arms and Julie Christmas’ band) filling in for the late Jason Rosenthal. The show is still on, but Iron Chic had to drop off, and the set times have been adjusted so that Freezing Cold play at 7:45 PM and OTMOP play at 8:45.
And if you’re not able to make tonight’s show, you’re in luck: OTMOP have added a Sunday (10/1) matinee at Saint Vitus. Stay tuned for more info on that.
OTMOP also play a Long Island show (their first in 16 years) at Amityville Music Hall on Saturday (9/30) with Somerset Thrower and The Backup Plan.
Last night, the band’s new documentary Hold On To A Time made its premiere at Nitehawk in Williamsburg with a Q&A, presented and moderated by BrooklynVegan.
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