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Unisex Salon with Kenyon Phillips

Joe's Pub

July 23

Doors at 9PM
Show at 9:30PM

Book your appointment at the UNISEX SALON, an improvisational musical variety show from the mind of genre-hopping musician, actor and writer Kenyon Phillips. A madcap mashup of Paris in the 20's and NY in the 80’s, UNISEX SALON is an intimate underground revue where anything can happen...and every show is different. Anchored by host and bandleader Phillips along with his all-girl orchestral rock band, The Ladies in Waiting, each show features a rotating lineup of guests spanning a range of musical genres. While the players are set ahead of time, the order in which they perform is decided spontaneously by Phillips based on the mood of the room. In addition to rehearsed songs, each show features sung conversations between Kenyon and his guests along with spontaneous mashups and audience participation. 

FEATURING:
Mimi Goese + Ben Neill
Michael Musto
Mackenzie Shivers
Lance Breakfast
Nikkie McLeod
Bellehouse
Sarah Haines
Inyang Bassey
Raven O + Scott Meola

Yuka Tadano
And more...

Crowned “the new King of New York” by The Huffington Post, wildly theatrical singer, songwriter, emcee, actor, model, and DJ Kenyon Phillips knows how to put on a show. In addition to founding and fronting the bands Roma! and Unisex Salon, Phillips has shared the stage, screen and studio with such luminaries as comedienne Amy Poehler, pop culture commentator Michael Musto, international drag performer Joey Arias, choreographer Karole Armitage, director Mark Romanek, and Broadway bombshells Cady Huffman and Daphne Rubin-Vega. His songs have been featured on several network and cable television programs, including Shameless on Showtime and Eleventh Hour on CBS. Together with his all-girl orchestral rock band, The Ladies in Waiting, Phillips delivers danceable drama in the spirit of Rocky Horror

“The new King of New York.” – The Huffington Post

"The of-the-moment It kid of the musical theater scene." – The Daily Beast

“Shamelessly in the thrall of New York in the ‘80s.” — Time Out New York

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