Jupiter Nights:  Wild Pink / The Fascinating Chimera Project / Greem Jellyfish

September 5



At the Basilica Gallery Building 
110 South Front Street, Hudson, NY 12534 (right next to the main building on our campus)

Food by Local 111

$12 Advance / $15 Day-of-Show

$10 tickets available to Hudson locals. Email info@basilicahudson.org to get the code

JUPITER NIGHTS – Basilica’s summer series returns for its third year of unmissable live music, transformative art, ridiculously good food, and all the best of summer in the Hudson Valley.

Wild Pink

John Ross has a guitar slung around him an uncanny way with words – his melodies are hummable and his lyrics skew poignant and a little funny, he’s like a sincere Randy Newman run through a breaking up tube amp. For this show we’re proud to present a special duo set from the Wild Pink project featuring legendary steel player Mike “Slo-Mo” Brenner, who among other dazzling accomplishments in a long career, played the most iconic licks in the work of Magnolia Electric Co.

The Fascinating Chimera Project

Fascinating Chimera Project is the music made by Alex Daud, Andrew Emge, and Dylan Nowik. Drawing on Alex’s Brazilian heritage and the Catskill-based trio’s varied sonic interests, FCP’s music is a playful and thoughtful trip through the forests of time and memory.

Greem Jellyfish

“As a dancer, screamer, singer, DJ, collaborator, producer, Greem delivers sound that makes people move their butts, speak to their hearts, minds and souls.”