Ricochet Collective presents
After the success of our inaugural concert venture with Jagged Little Pill: Live In Concert, we now turn our attention to another seminal album celebrating it's 20th anniversary - No Doubt‘s “Tragic Kingdom.”
Led by singer/songwriter EMME, expect to see some of NYC‘s top singers and musicians gathered in one place, for one night, in a no-holds-barred tribute to one of the most iconic albums (and bands) of the 1990s.
SPECIAL THANKS: Alex Knowlton, Shanta Thake, Benjamin Easton, Jon Shriver, and the entire crew at Joe's Pub, Rhett duPont, Jennifer Walkowiak
Emme, Lora Lee Gayer, Megg Howe, Katy Richter, Camille Trzcinski, Christina Rinaldo
Vocals, Rhythm Guitar: Emme
Drums: Oskar Haggdahl
Lead Guitar: Benjamin Kennedy
Bass: Bryan Percivall
Keyboards and Vocals: Katy Richter
Trumpet: Matthew Morales
Trombone: John Paul Ramos
Cello: Tommy Ryan
All Images by Jenni Walkowiak
Inspired by love, broken hearts, sex, alcohol, and the tricks the universe plays, Emme is multi-faceted singer/songwriter whose work combines elements from all genres of music creating a sound that attracts ears from many audiences.
For this event she encourages you to bring out your checkerboard pants and crop tops and travel back to the glory days of 1995...
Check out Emme's debut album
Megg moved to New York City in 2004 from Massachusetts. She formed her ska band, Across The Aisle in 2007. She's had the honor of playing shows with some of the most influential ska bands like Fishbone, Mad Caddies, The Toasters, Pilfers, Big D And The Kids Table, Mustard Plug, Sonic Boom Six and has even played with Roddy Radiation of The Specials. Nine years later she's still fronting Across The Aisle, as well as a founding member of Rude Boy George (NYC-based band that reimagines 80's New Wave classics in ska, reggae and rocksteady versions.) She's also a member of the dub-pop trio, Heavensbee. All her music can be found on Facebook, YouTube and iTunes. Heavensbee also has its own station on Pandora, so check them out! She would not be where she is today without the band who inspired her to start it all, No Doubt. She is thrilled to honor them in this event. Rudeboygeorge.com / Heavensbee.com
LORA LEE GAYER
Broadway: Doctor Zhivago as Tonia, Follies as Young Sally. Off-Broadway: Pipe Dream (Encores!), These Seven Sicknesses (EPBB). Select workshops and readings: King Kong as Anne Darrow, Gigi as Gigi, The New Yorkers as Alice Wentworth, Circus in Winter as Irene Hayden, Romy and Michelle's... as Christie. Regional: Millie in Bull Durham (Alliance), Philia in A Funny Thing… (Shakespeare Theater, Helen Hayes nomination), Young Sally in Follies (Kennedy Center, Ahmanson), Gloria Thorpe in Damn Yankees (Goodspeed), Carrie in Carousel (Virginia Opera), Barrington, MUNY, KC Starlight, and Bay Street. Graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy and Carnegie Mellon University. @LoraLee_Gayer
Christina is a singer/songwriter from Long Island. Having been the front woman of a No Doubt tribute band, Return of Saturn, she is no stranger to performing the acts of Gwen Stefani. She now fronts a New York based 90's decade cover band called The 90's Band and is working on her first solo album.
Katy Richter studied piano at University of Iowa, but has spent more time on stage as a performer since moving to NYC. She was last seen at Joe's Pub for Ricochet Collective's “Jagged Little Pill: Live In Concert” and spent much of this past year playing Daisy Maxwell in the national tour of All Hands On Deck. She most enjoys hosting and performing in the bi-monthly Starlight Presents: Living Room Concert Series, because nothing is more fun than creating and performing music with friends.
Camille Trzcinski is a Florida State University graduate now living in New York City. She performs all over the city with her original soul/pop music under her artist name Camille Trust. Recent credits include: "I Love The 90's with the Fresh Kids of Bel-Air," Spotify Sessions: 'Fun Home’ The Musical, SoFar Sounds and a variety of musical projects. To check out upcoming shows: www.officialcamille.com / @camilletrust
APRIL 4, 2016 - 9:30PM
Joe’s Pub is located inside The Public Theater at 425 Lafayette Street near Astor Place, and it's easily accessible by the 6/N/R trains