Fundraiser will feature performances from Nada Surf, Dirty Fences and associates of TV on the Radio and Interpol
The memorial for the slain members from the Yellow Dogs has been set up regarding Monday, November 18th. Brooklyn Vegan reports that the “Special Memorial Evening/Fundraiser” will be held at Brooklyn Dish and will feature performances from Nada Surf, James Chance, Luke Temple, Dirty Fences, TV on the Radio’s Kyp Malone, the Clean’s Hamish Kilgour and more. There will also be DJ sets from Interpol’s Paul Banking institutions, Jonathan Toubin, and Vito & Druzzi from the Rapture.
The Yellow Dogs Open Up About Their Nightmare in Brooklyn
The Brooklyn indie music community was surprised on Monday to learn of the brutal early-morning shooting that took the particular lives of two members from the dance-punk group, who had emigrated to the U. S. from Iran in 2011. Another Iranian musician, Ali Akbar Mohammadi Raffi, reportedly used a semi-automatic rifle to gun down guitarist Soroush Farazmand great brother Arash, the band’s drummer, along with their friend Ali Eskandarian. Raffi then fatally shot himself within the head on the roof of the East Williamsburg building where the band lived.
“We were nearer than brothers, ” the Yellow-colored Dogs’ lead singer, Siavash Karampour, recently told Rolling Stone of his departed bandmates. “I wish all this attention was just for a new launch of an album. It took all of us three bodies to become famous. inch
Tickets for that memorial will go on sale at midday on Saturday, November 16th. Most of proceeds from the door, with ticket costs ranging from $15 to $30, will go to the families of those killed within the shooting, the hospital bills for Sasan Sadeghpourosko, who was wounded in the occurrence, and the two surviving members from the Yellow Dogs.