The Tehran-Dakar Brothers & Sister upcoming concerts in September 2010!


photo by Augusta Palmer


The  Tehran-Dakar Brothers  & Sister are performing twice in September:

1. Sunday September 5th at COCO 66 (6 Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222, 718.389.7392)

The  Tehran-Dakar Brothers  line up: Sohrab Saadat Ladjevardi (sax & voc), Piruz Partow (bass), Swiss Chris (drums) and Alejandro Castellano (guitar).

Show time: 9:00 pm
Ticket: $10

2. Friday September 17th at Nublu (62 Avenue C, New York, NY 10009-6916, (212) 375-1500 )

Time: 9:00 pm
Ticket: $10

The  Tehran-Dakar Brothers  & Sister line up: Sohrab Saadat Ladjevardi (sax & voc), Piruz Partow (bass), April Centrone (drums & daf) and Alejandro Castellano (guitar).

The Tehran-Dakar Brothers upcoming concert in JuLY 2010!

The Tehran-Dakar Brothers are back! Haven’t played for almost six months in NY.

Date: Monday July 12, 2010
Venue: The LOCAL 269 (269 East Houston St, NY, NY 10002, 212-228-9874)
Time: 8:30 pm
Price: $10

The band members: Sohrab Saadat Ladjevardi (Iran, leader, sax & voc), Derek Nievergelt (bass), Swiss Chris (drums) and Alejandro Castellano (guitar). Of course performing their hit song Welcome New Iran!

The Tehran-Dakar Brothers play at “Robert Palmer Tribute to Benefit Jajouka (Morocco)”.

Date: 11/16/2009
Time: 10:00 PM
Venue: LE POISSON ROUGE (158 Bleecker Street, New York, Phone: 212-505-3474)

“Robert Palmer Tribute to Benefit Jajouka (Morocco).”  Hosted by Bachir Attar , Anthony DeCurtis and Augusta Palmer. Performing artists: Lenny Kaye , The Kroptkins , John Kruth , Gary Lucas , Robert Poss (from Band of Susans) , Eric Andersen, Ned Sublette and The Tehran-Dakar Brothers.

The Tehran-Dakar Brothers are:
Sohrab Saadat Ladjevardi: sax & vocal
John Kruth: mandolin
Swiss Chriss: drums
Derek Nievergelt: bass

We are going to play two songs called Welcome New Iran and Desert Blues.
You can find soundfiles of these two songs in this website, which are the two last videos.

Playtime: 20 min. The songs will be energetic, rhythmical and have a message.
They will sound totally different from the GERSHWIN HOTEL show.