Sky Captains of Industry, The Molters, Zach Jones, Gina Mobilio

St. Patty's Day - Early Show

Sky Captains of Industry

The Molters

Zach Jones

Gina Mobilio

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Doors: 3:30 pm / Show: 4:00 pm

Free

Sky Captains of Industry - (Set time: 7:00 PM)
Sky Captains of Industry
The Sky Captains of Industry came from the future to inform you about the upcoming apocalypse and/or to rock it to rubble.

Are they human? Are they machines? Will they indeed save the rest of your heart?
The Molters - (Set time: 6:00 PM)
The Molters
Zach Jones - (Set time: 5:00 PM)
Zach Jones
I'm kind of like the god of music. But don't believe in such a title, because i'm too good for somethiing so pretentious. Instead, call me Zach Jones. My tunes are signficantly more sophisticated than yours. I'm a pop musician AND I shred-gnar. I sincerely hope you enjoy my music as well as my good looks (PS: Tom wrote all of this under the influence of Bourbon. PPS: Tom pats himself on the back.)
Gina Mobilio - (Set time: 4:00 PM)
Gina Mobilio
Gina Mobilio is a spoken word artist and singer-songwriter based out of NYC. She studied poetry under the direction of Jerry Williams at Marymount Manhattan College, and has been a featured artist at several venues in NYC and the Tri-State area for both her music and poetry, including performances at the bi-annual Antifolk Festval held at Sidewalk Cafe.

She has obtained in-house writing and editing positions at two international and national publications, and is currently a contributing writer for American Songwriter Magazine.

Shortly after Mobilio graduated college in 2008, her original one-act play "The Parlor Room" was produced at the Phoenix Performing Arts Center under the direction of Brandon Wood as part of their Summer showcase.


Intrigued by the vulgar yet romantic writings of Charles Bukowski and Richard Brautigan, Mobilio started writing letters in poetic format to ex lovers in 2009. Fearful of mailing the letters to the actual recipients they were intended for, she began submitting them in lieu of payment to her creditors to at least have them read by another person. Gina's favorite word is 'creep.'