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Jim Andralis & The Syntonics

Joe's Pub

March 25

Ticket Price: $15.00

The Miami Herald called singer-songwriter Jim AndralisYour Dying Wish Come True “one of the best solo debut discs of the year.” Since its release in March of 2016, Julie DeLano, Leslie Graves, Susan Hwang, Jessie Kilguss (aka The Syntonics) have been adding their lush harmonies to his NYC performances.  

In January, 2018 Jim Andralis & the Syntonics released their LP Shut Up Shut Up. If Andralis’ solo debut, Your Dying Wish Come True was a meditation on grief, Shut Up Shut Up’s eleven songs focus on the noble, heartbreaking and occasionally beautiful act of sticking around and slugging it out. The Syntonics’ celestial yet profoundly human harmonies simultaneously recall the Roches, B52’s, the Carter Family and the Chiffons. Kathleen Hanna recently tweeted that Shut Up Shut Up was "the most slept on amazing album of the year.”

Jim wrote, sang and played the accordion in the early-to-mid aughts downtown NYC band The Isotoners, a gay post-punk cult sensation.  He later established himself as a featured player among a dazzling roster of performers at the acclaimed Joe’s Pub monthly variety show Our Hit Parade from 2008 through 2012.  He is joined regularly by his favorite singer, artist and hunk, husband Larry Krone.  This performance will mark Larry’s debut as an official Syntonic.  That means even more of those world famous drop-it-in-the-barrel bass notes.

Jim works in New York City as a trauma-focused psychotherapist in private practice.  He also released a duet with his buddy Bridget Everett (Love You More, Patti Cake$) called “Hit the Ground Fuckin’.”  Like many New Yorkers, he believes in maintaining a balance.

"Shut Up Shut Up (jimandralismusic.com) by Jim Andralis & The Syntonics exceeds all expectations. With stunning girl-group harmonies provided by The Syntonics (Julie Delano, Leslie Graves, Susan Hwang, and Jessie Kilguss), Andralis has a way of saying in song the things that many of us are thinking.” - Bay Area Reporter

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