• social media mid-winter meet
    It's been a minute , but back in NYC for a visit and figured why not Meetup with some of the awesome folks we've met over the years .

    New York Beer Company

    321 W 44th St · New York, NY

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  • Social media meetup
    **bar is in the basement *** Come on out and meet us for drinks at this great spot! Social media topic of the day ... what's working, what's not, and what's next.

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  • 1 year bragup anniversary and ugly sweater party
    Hard to believe we've been doing this for a full year. Time to dig out those special holiday sweaters and celebrate 1 year of new life long friends. ***Prize for most horrendous Sweater**** To whole brag crew, much love and respect to all of you.

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  • Social Media/Livestreamers Post Election get together
    National Association of Broadcasters NAB will be wrapping up there conference. Come join us and update yourself on latest trends and developments in social media with our crew. Plus... We all need a drink right about now after this election Come celebrate or drown your sorrows and meetup with some savvy New Yorkers.

    New York Beer Company

    321 W 44th St · New York, NY

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  • Moving Target Group Launch and networking event
    ****Must register at eventbrite for this event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/entertainment-industry-networking-event-launch-party-registration-28361333512. ***** What: Networking event hosted by Entertainment Talk Shop and launch party for Peter Schwinge's new company, Moving Target Group. This event is open to all professionals working in the entertainment industry (music, television, film, theatre, fashion, photography, etc.)

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  • Social media Pre-labor day meetup
    Come on out and socialize with social media influencers and drink vodka , and learn Russian:)))

    The Russian Vodka Room

    265 W 52nd St Btwn 8th Ave & Bway · New York, NY

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  • Music Night #bragup - Daniel Wayne returns to Brooklyn at Rock shop
    Come out with the crew to see an amazing show by Daniel Wayne Check his music here: https://m.soundcloud.com/danielwaynesilverlines Tickets for his show are $10 and can be purchased at Rock shop link here it at the door: http://www.therockshopny.com/event/1247847-bucky-hayes-daniel-wayne-brooklyn/ More about Daniel Wayne: If you haven’t heard a truly great voice lately, you might want to check out Daniel Wayne. There’s no doubt that distinguishing yourself as a singer-songwriter can be difficult; it’s a style where it’s easy to be mediocre, difficult to be great. But that voice puts to rest the doubters – sweet through the middle and upper ranges and flawless on the high notes, Wayne is instantly recognizable as well as accessible. A good example can be heard on the haunting, lonely solo number, “Pub’s Crawl”, which also takes an abrupt turn into a religious hymn at the end. Humble and appreciative between songs, the Ohio native comes across likable as well (the Midwestern thing again?). As for his songs, many are tinged with a light country twang, and navigate both indie gloom and homespun folk themes with equal skill. I will admit that I had not heard of Wayne before I caught this Glasslands Gallery set opening for Jessica Lea Mayfield (that recording here), but apparently I was behind the curve. A sizable crowd showed up to catch his opening set, and by the end, a pretty full house was paying rapt attention. Wayne split the set equally between solo acoustic and full-band electric numbers, and we have served up a streaming example of each below (along with the complete-set download, of course). When the full band comes in during the first chorus of “Birds,” you can tell that Wayne’s big voice is equally if not better suited to the full-band treatment. The full-band songs also give Wayne a broader palette for his arrangements, and he takes full advantage on songs like the countrified “Virgin Saint”, streaming below. Despite being the first opener of the night, Wayne put forth a full 50-minute set that alone was worth the show’s price of admission. As Wayne himself put it in a recent interview on the CBS News website, “Every time I get on the stage, I give it everything I have.” This was only my first Daniel Wayne performance, but that sure seemed to be the case. I recorded this set with Schoeps MK22 “open cardiod” microphones and a flawless soundboard feed provided by Josh Thiel, the house engineer at Glasslands. The sound is outstanding. Enjoy! http://www.nyctaper.com/?p=8012 "(DANIEL WAYNE) is one of the TOP 5 NY ACTS you MUST SEE IN 2012" - CBS.COM "If you haven’t heard a truly great voice lately, you might want to check out Daniel Wayne. There’s no doubt that distinguishing yourself as a singer-songwriter can be difficult; it’s a style where it’s easy to be mediocre, difficult to be great. But that voice puts to rest the doubters – sweet through the middle and upper ranges and flawless on the high notes, Wayne is instantly recognizable as well as accessible." -nyctaper "Cincinnati-bred, Brooklyn-based auteur Daniel Wayne pens dark Americana with indie melancholy and a distinct bluegrass twang." (TIME OUT NY) "One of the stand-outs of the night was Daniel Wayne....a cross between Harry Nilsson and the spooky tones of "Twin Peaks." EXAMINER.COM "..., but Daniel Wayne went on first, stole the show, and was an incredibly hard act to follow." -DAILY NUGGETS BLOGSPOT "Daniel Wayne plays that steel string, sunburst Guild guitar like his mama told him not to. He dresses like Johnny Cash, has attitude like Bob Dylan and plays bar chords with his thumb. You’ll think this guy’s a real-live outlaw until he sweetens up between songs and starts calling the audience “y’all.” Sometimes bluesy, Daniel Wayne has a classic country backbone with eerie undertones: like if Jerry Reed had written the Natural Born Killers soundtrack. Slow songs like “Far From Here” sound like My Morning Jacket, while “The Fool” gristles like a basey Townes Van Zant song." -Jenny Luczak, Deli Magazine "As a photographer, there are certain artists that when I study them on stage before a show, I know despite a seemingly placid and pure appearance, some sort of musical fury is seething beneath the surface about to be unleashed. People like Shilpa Ray or Langhorne Slim come to mind. In the case of Daniel Wayne, you can add a baby-faced fury to those qualities. While not loud or fast, he performs with a delicate strength - precise and passionate. His style of singing and playing is such that there's power in the silences between strums and verses, that's how much he had the crowd on a string. The bottom line is that he's got that can't-be-taught magnetism which solo male singer-songwriters tend to try to compensate for with a harmonica....it's always rewarding seeing and shooting a star on the rise lighting up a small room before they go on to be shared by the rest of the world." (GIMME SHUTTER REVIEW of Daniel Wayne[masked] @ Mercury Lounge NYC)

    The Rock Shop

    249 4th Ave · Brooklyn, NY

  • Vickie Natale at blue note- live streamer meetup #bragup
    Come on out and hear the amazing Vickie Natale ( vickienatale.com ) at the legendary blue note jazz club. We will be meeting across the street At the bar "fat black pussycat" (130 west 3rd st ) at 9pm and then head over to the show after. ****must purchase tickets for attendance here: https://www.peltrix.com/bluenote/purchase.cgi?id=14315. **** Show starts around midnight .

    Blue Note

    131 W 3rd St · New York, NY

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  • Mini Monday meetup #bragup
    Come on out for drink and talk social media stuff!

    New York Beer Company

    321 W 44th St · New York, NY