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Eat Food or Die: A Monthly Podcast Hosted by Chef Hugh Horner

Front Porch Style Conversations with Food Professionals of all walks and Helsinki Musicians, with music hand selected from some of Chef's favorite artists to appear here at Helsinki, both past and future.

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Every Tuesday 7 - 11
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Brazilian Girls
Saturday, March 7 • 9pm

The Pine Hill Project
Richard, Lucy, Larry & Teresa Saturday, March 14 • 9pm

An Evening with Richard Dreyfuss
Sunday, March 15, 8pm
March 7:
Brazilian Girls
March 13:
March 14:
The Pine Hill Project - Richard, Lucy, Larry & Teresa
March 15:
An Evening with Richard Dreyfuss
March 17:
March 20:
The Sadies
March 22:
Jim Dale
March 28:
Bindlestiff Family Cirkus
March 29:
Bindlestiff Family Matinee
April 3:
Shel / Otan Vargas
April 11:
Ryan Montbleau Band
April 16:
ProJam 10
April 17:
Over the Rhine
May 1:
Sean Rowe
May 8:
Heather Maloney
May 15:
Rhett Miller
July 11:
Eilen Jewell
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Saturday, March 7

9:00 pm

They are neither Brazilian nor all girls, but Grammy Award-nominated Brazilian Girls play a singular, sophisticated, and catchy fusion of electronic dance music and world-beat styles that has attracted the likes of David Byrne, Baba Maal and Angélique Kidjo - each of whom which they have recorded - and has established a reputation as New York's premier international party band.

The ensemble - three guys and one fabulous frontwoman, vocalist Sabina Sciubba -The Brazilian Girls make "multicultural, cosmopolitan, intellectual dance music: Ibiza meets punk, dub goes tango, trance gets smart," according to SPIN magazine. Sciubba cites influences like Caetano Veloso and Feist, and a listener easily hears Bjork in her gorgeous choral vocals, David Bowie in her more soaring melodies, and Soul Coughing in some of the group's jazzier, funkier numbers.


Brazilian Girls covered Talking Heads' "Crosseyed And Painless" for the AIDS benefit album "Silencio=Muerte: Red Hot + Latin Redux," produced by the Red Hot Organization. In 2009, the band's "New York City" was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronica Album.

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7•Brazilian Girls
13•Voodoo Orchestra North
14•The Pine Hill Project - Richard, Lucy, Larry & Teresa
15•An Evening with Richard Dreyfuss
20•The Sadies
22•Jim Dale • Helsinki on Broadway
28•Bindlestiff Family Cirkus
29•Bindlestiff Family Matinee

3•Shel / Otan Vargas Co-Bill
11•Ryan Montbleau Band
16•ProJam 10
17•Over the Rhine

1•Sean Rowe
8•Heather Maloney
15•Rhett Miller

11•Eilen Jewell