Brick Blair & Friends

An intimate Brooklyn indie music showcase

An Intimate Musical Evening with Rising Brooklyn Stars

Hey it’s Brick, how are you?

We have an amazing show at a great venue. We will get up close and personal with four of Brooklyn’s most dynamic and up-and-coming music stars, in a chill and cozy atmosphere.

Each artist will perform a 15-minute set then I will interview them about their music, their lives, and what’s next for them. We will connect with each artist and their art on a deeper level.

Allie Chipkin

Singer, songwriter, performer, and founder of Give Love Originals, creating custom love songs for couples, and connecting through music.

Louis Apollon

Experience the joy of imperfection with Louis Apollon's uplifting blend of jazz, folk, and world music, as he takes you on a musical journey of positivity and energy.

Camille Schmidt

Camille Schmidt is a singular person and a Brooklyn-based folk-rock band.

Brick Blair

Farm fresh Brooklyn emo ranch underachiever.

What Fans Are Saying

“I have always gotten chills from the sounds of consonants and the patterns of poetry.”
Allie Chipkin
"Listening to Louis is truly a musical experience that is full of heart and soul. As a songwriter, Louis weaves a story that is honest and beautiful."
Louis Apollon
"Each of Camille's songs emerges from the memory of a specific moment. Her music blends fiction and reality through memory, giving these observed moments a melodic place in time."
Camille Schmidt
“Throughout the night with Brick, I knew I was watching and listening to something real and present."
Brick Blair Holding Guitar
Brick Blair

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The venue

Crown Heights Cafe

Located in the heart of one of Brooklyn’s most historic and culturally rich neighborhoods, Crown Heights Café is a Black-Owned neighborhood destination for coffee, amazing food, and performances.

764 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238 

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