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Granny's Blue-Mers: Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll
Pangea
New York, NY
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Granny's Blue-Mers: Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll
It's the Roaring 20's Again and Granny is back and Grander than ever! Rev. Mary returns with her All-Man Band in Granny's Blue-Mers: Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll ... before 1950!

Performance artist, Mary Elizabeth Micari, in the guise of "Rev. Mary," the bawdy blues singer of yesteryear equipped with her All-Man Band, returns in Granny's Blue-Mers: Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll.

In her grandest outing yet as the no-holes-barred blues singer, Rev. Mary offers up a cavalcade of feisty favorites and delightful double-entendre-laden songs created in a time when the censors came down hot & heavy forcing songwriters to find novel ways of titillating their audiences. Rev. Mary, lays bare a selection of shocking-then/clever-now songs as well a brief history of the entertainers that made them famous - from historic names like Sophie Tucker, Bessie Smith, Mae West to obscure names like Li'l Johnson and Barrelhouse Annie.

Granny's Blue-Mers first brought down the house at an extended run at downtown's The Duplex. The show - in many incarnations - extolling the male organ, kinky positions, and marijuana - played at Pianos, Freddy's Bar and Backroom, Otto's, and the West End Lounge before settling in at Pangea's, the upscale but cutting-edge supper club in the East Village. She returns there for this extravaganza.

Out of her glitter and corset, Mary Elizabeth Micari also performed to sold-out showing at Midtown's legendary Don't Tell Mama's in a series of autobiographical one-woman concerts entitled The Lady in Black.

Jazz & Blues specialist, Dan Furman, returns with Rev. Mary and Titus Thompkins of the Indie Folk & Americana band, the Good Morning Nags, also is part of the testosterone talent.



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Seating at Pangea is communal. Other guests may be seated at the table. There is a $20 per person food and beverage minimum at the tables. Guests may order dinner in the music room once it opens at 9PM.
Food or Drinks purchased in the front bar/dining room will not be applied to the performance space minimum.

Seating for the show begins at 9PM.  Seating is first come first serve for all ticket holders..

LATE ARRIVALS WILL BE SEATED AT THE MANAGEMENT'S DISCRETION AND ONLY IF THERE IS A SUITABLE BREAK IN THE PERFORMANCE.

Downtown's intimate supper-club Pangea is the ultimate in alt, playing home to some of the best in alt cabaret. The New York Times recently called it "a bohemian oasis not unlike the fabled Max's Kansas City from days gone by."

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Pangea (View)
178 Second Avenue
New York, NY 10003
United States

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