Art + Culture

Live at the Archway: Lynette Williams

  • Lynette Williams 6pm
  • Puppets! Ethnopoofcologist Appears With Rare Species Kate Brehm with Jacob Graham 6pm
  • DJ Duct Tape, presented by Superfine To Follow
Besides having a truly beautiful voice, young NYC songwriter Lynette Williams also possesses the ability to blend beautifully soul, pop and jazz influences. Her debut EP “Songs For Sarah” is a surprising first effort, very mature musically and filled with quality tracks.
Deli Magazine

Harlem-based artist Lynette Williams creates music that is complex and simple, dark and joyful, abstract and tangible — sometimes all of that in the space of a single verse. It is at once tragic and joyful, quiet and mighty — reserved and abandoned. Lynette sang backgrounds for Ms. Lauryn Hill and is also on Ms. Hill’s track “Consumerism”. She’s in the 2015 December issue of Essence and was a featured artist at The Apollo in February. Her own band plays around New York at local venues such as Rockwood, Bowery Electric, Lincoln Center, The Highline, The Blue Note, and Pianos. She currently has an EP out called “Songs for Sarah”.

The Poofs are nondescript puppet objects which confound reason.  Inspiring wonder from their visitors the poofs simple ARE. They do not speak or react in any coherent manner. They are a cross between plants and insects, anchored to the ground and confounding an impression of rational sentience.

Live at
The Archway

Live at the Archway–a curated series from the DUMBO Improvement District & The Lighthouse–showcases the best of DUMBO and Brooklyn talent, presenting a broad range of music and performance genres. This season brings sizzling salsa, Colombian cumbia, swing dancing, world roots music, sultry R&B, an Italian modern dance troupe, puppetry, funk, DJs and more. With beer, wine and bites from The Lighthouse and epic scenery below the Manhattan Bridge, it’s the best place to be every Thursday night. Concerts & events take place on Thursday evenings at 6:00 p.m.

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