Binky Phillips and The Planets: "Established 1972 NYC"

Invited: April 8th, Roosevelt Island's Binky Phillips Record Release Party

Updated 15 weeks ago David Stone
Invited: April 8th, Roosevelt Island's Binky Phillips Record Release Party

"FREE SHOW - FREE CD - FREE BEER You in town? Come on down." That's right. You're invited to a record release party for Established 1972 NYC by Roosevelt Island's own almost a legend Binky Phillips and his band The Planets.

On Sunday, the band, with roots going back to New York City's punk heyday in the CBGB era, released a second single Leave Me Hanging, available on Spotify, to rock along with the announcement.

Invited: April 8th, Roosevelt Island's Binky Phillips Record Release Party

And there's more to come at the party when Binky Phillips and The Planets hit the stage at their residency club, Arlene's Grocery on Stanton St between Orchard and Ludlow on the Lower East Side at 9:00, on Monday April 8th, one week from today.

"Binky Philips & The Planets are having a record release party on Monday April 8th," Phillips said.

"We're doing the 10 song album we've recorded over the last 18 months that's dropping in 3 weeks. The show is free, as is the full length CD we're giving to everyone who attends.

"Oh, and a free glass of beer on us, The Planets."

Doors open at 7:00, starting off with Tike Bros, followed Gusher at 8:00, and The Planets at 9:00.

"If you're in the vicinity..." 

Don't miss a chance to rock out with a neighbor who stayed true to the music and can still make it new.

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