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Moon Pools Pays Tribute To Whitney Houston
"Whimsical and frenzied" musicians/ song artists Gregory von Portz and Ashley Rebecca King pay tribute to Whitney Houston for the one year anniversary of her untimely death. Featuring special guests and contests.
MOON POOLS PAYS TRIBUTE TO WHITNEY HOUSTON
She believed the children were the future. She said we almost had it all. She was: Whitney. And now she is gone. But not her music. Celebrate her memory, and the one year anniversary of her passing, by spending an evening at Moon Pools: So Emotional on Saturday, February 23rd at 9:30pm at Comedy Bar in NYC. Song artists, Gregory von Portz and Ashley Rebecca King will interpret every single released by the irreplaceable Whitney Houston, from the excellent “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” to the laughable “We Got Something in Common,” in their usual frenzied and whimsical style. Additional festivities will include themed Sing-A-Longs, a contest for the best Whitney Costume, Special Guests, and the ever-popular Moon Pools Give-Away, featuring Houston-related trivia. Come show Whitney you’ll always love her. After all, she’ll always love you.
Moon Pools: So Emotional will be performed at the recently opened Comedy Bar, located at 134 W. 29th Street (between 6th and 7th ave). There is no charge, although it is suggested to arrive by 9:15. Show begins at 9:30. Please visit http://www.portzandking.com for more information or email email@example.com
About Moon Pools: Each month Portz and King transport audiences to an exotic location via their comedy-injected lounge concerts. Anyone who has seen their sold-out shows can attest that the tales they tell can be equal parts horrific and hilarious, their interactions with the audience are both intrusive and illuminating, and their music is “always loud...way too loud,” according to one critic. It takes a brave soul to sit in the audience of a Portz + King performance, but that bravery is always rewarded with a “surreal mash-up of music and theatrics” (TONY), and a major dose of the duo’s unique, comedic style that can be surprisingly uplifting.