There are literally no words for how excited I am to be a part of this show with such a killing band. Please join us.
We came, we rocked, we got a stellar review. Photo by Dave Szymanski.
Great review of Mel’s work with Jesus on the Mainline.
Monday night at 11:30 or so is Rev. Vince Anderson‘s weekly dance party at Union Pool. If you want to get your dirty, funky gospel groove on, there is no better place to do it. This past Monday night was an exception since Jesus on the Mainline played a raucous, careening show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg that was every bit as fun. Their roughly hourlong set cast them as sort of a cross between Anderson’s gritty jamband funk and the ecstatic, towering, anthemic New Orleans vibe of Brother Joscephus, with generous splashes of oldschool soul and occasional hints of circus rock. Fronted by charismatic trumpeter/conductor/singer Andrew Neesley, the band seems to draw on a rotating cast of A-list New York jazz talent. The obvious star of this particular sixteen-piece edition of the band was singer Mel Flannery, whose raw, powerful, brassy alto and stratospheric harmonies in…
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Lovely of you to visit.
I would love for you to hire me for your singing and speaking voice needs. Let this site serve as my calling card.
Thank you ever so much.
All the best,
Melanie R. Flannery