Loisaida Ave & E 2nd St
New York, NY 10009
Classically trained experimental guitarist On Ka’a Davis’ solo concert. He will be playing all kind of instruments and will be singing in between at the legendary Lower East Side club The Stone. No idea what’s going to happen. A lot of surprises for sure.
He’s a member of MFM.
About the Stone
The Stone is a not-for-profit experimental music performance space located in the Alphabet City neighborhood in New York City. It was founded in April 2005 by John Zorn, who serves as the artistic director.
The Stone is situated on the northwest corner of Avenue C and 2nd Street, in a building which used to be the Golden Dragon Chinese restaurant. Residential apartments are located above The Stone in the same building, though residents enter the building through a separate door along Avenue C. The only signage visible is the wording The Stone in small gold lettering painted on the door which is visible after the metal security gate is rolled up a few hours before each performance.
Unlike most musical venues in the area, The Stone does not serve food or drinks. Dancing is also not permitted, as The Stone does not have a cabaret license. All door revenues from the admission cost are given directly to the performers. The club supports itself with donations, benefit concerts, and sales of limited edition CDs. The CD series includes performers such as Mike Patton, Lou Reed, Laurie Anderson, Fred Frith, Chris Cutler, Bill Laswell, Medeski, Martin and Wood and John Zorn himself.