Alex york 6/22/11, a set on Flickr.
“New York City born and raised, Alex York grew up to the classic tunes of music legends David Bowie, Queen, The Beatles, and Blondie—all the while soaking up the fresh stylings of his own generation’s pacesetters.” City and Sounds had the opportunity to attend York’s latest event at The Studio-Webster Hall on 6/23/2011. He performed with other great acts such as: Cris Cab, Roderick, & Buckwheat Groats. Alex defiantly put on a show that night rocking his all white vest and pants. With the ratio of more girls to guys, everyone was getting into York’s “hard-hitting pop” music. Alex debuted his newest song” Dance Floor” for the first time in New York City. The crowd enjoyed it and were jamming and getting down and funky. Alex also covered Britney Spear’s song “Womanizer” which was awesome! As a surprise York gave out his new shirts with him looking like an “anime character” to the crowd and free song download cards. Alex York sure knows how to keep the energy going and that is what makes a music artist. York also donates 20% of his merch earnings to Japanese disaster relief which is really nice of him. Finally an artist who thinks of others! You should check him out and some of the photos our photographer Kevin Aranibar took.
Written by Kevin Aranibar
Alex York live at the Studio-Webster Hall in New York City on 6/22/11
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