Real Rock for Kids: Macaulay Culkin's The Pizza Underground & Caveman
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The last date listed for Kidrockers: Caveman & The Pizza Underground was Saturday February 8, 2014 / 11:30am.
Currently at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts:
- Full Price:
- $29.00 - $36.00
- Our Price:
- $14.50 - $18.00
What happens when a psychotherapist becomes a songwriter? You get the honest, moving lyrics of musician William Fitzsimmons. Before Fitzsimmons became iTunes US Best Singer/Songwriter in 2008 for his album The Sparrow and the Crow and had his songs "Passion Play" and "Please Don't Go" featured on Grey's Anatomy, he studied to be a therapist and worked as a counselor. Now he uses this background to create music that's bold and not afraid to delve into depravity and be intensely personal. Fitzsimmons' childhood also had a major impact on his music today. Raised by two blind parents who were recreational musicians, sound was a huge part of their lives and an important way to communicate. Now Fitzsimmons incorporates the myriad instruments around his childhood home into his songs, creating a rich mix of acoustic and electronic folk. Filter Magazine says of him: "Somewhere between Iron & Wine's beard and the musical styles of Sufjan Stevens and Bon Iver, you will find William Fitzsimmons." Folk musician Leif Vollebekk will be opening for Fitzsimmons. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
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I took my son and daughter to the event. They were thrilled with the music and more so to see Macauley Culkin live! Mr. Culkin was kind enough to sign a copy of an old Home Alone 2 NES game for my son. My kids participate in a competition about how well you know your sibling and won a pizza certificate. They were as happy as can be. Both rock bands were a lot of fun, and the kids were allowed to dance and sing. Excellent!
Quotes & Highlights
“Consider this a chance to see rising indie groups in a relaxed setting — and all under the guise of entertaining your toddlers.” —New York Magazine (Critic’s Pick)
There’s an educational musical activity in the lobby beginning one hour before show time.
Event run time is approximately 70-90 minutes.