The three-man collective of drummer James Muschler and saxophonists Mike Wilbur and Wenzl McGowen came together after meeting at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music to form the notorious jazz fusion band known as Moon Hooch. The band originally got their start, performing on the streets of New York in 2010. Prior to the band's rise to prominence, they were banned from the Bedford subway station in order to help prevent bystanders and commuters from dancing on the subway's platform.
Now, after the release of three charting albums and a consistently-growing audience, the three-man band is preparing for a two-night residency in their hometown of Brooklyn, New York called An Evening With Moon Hooch. The Light It Up curators will be performing at two seperate venues in the infamous New York borough in Aug. Tickets for individual nights and ticket bundles for the back-to-back nights will be available for purchase this Friday, June 21. With that said, check out the residency dates, venue locations, and ticket information for Moon Hooch's An Evening With Moon Hooch events below:
Check out the psychedelic, Holy Mountain-inspired visuals of one of Moon Hooch's most recent singles in "Acid Mountain" in the video provided above. Also, listen to Moon Hooch take their sound in a different direction in a collaborative track with Tonio Sagan entitled "Rise" in the video provided below. And, stick with AXS for tickets to the hottest entertainers in concert, live shows, sporting events, festivals and more.