The Main Squeeze Orchestra headlines a night of accordion performers at Pianos at 158 Ludlow at Stanton, starting at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 13. Admission is $10. The 15-accordion, all-female orchestra will be joined by rock accordionist Corn Mo, songwriter-accordionist Joshua Camp of Hang the Lights, and accordion performance artist Jonathan Vincent. *THE MAIN SQUEEZE ORCHESTRA performs regularly at Mo Pitkins, and has appeared at Irving Plaza and Mercury Lounge, among other clubs, playing everything from James Brown to Bach to PJ Harvey. www.mainsqueezeorchestra.com *CORN MO has built a cult following reinterpreting ?70s rock for the accordion. He has been sought out by They Might Be Giants and David Bowie, and has performed at BB King Blues Club among many other gigs. www.cornmo.com *HANG THE LIGHTS is the solo songwriting project of Joshua Camp, co-founder of the circus rock band One Ring Zero. A former accordion and harmonica technician at Hohner, Camp most recently performed in the Broadway Production of ``Fiddler on the Roof.?? *JONATHAN VINCENT, an in-demand studio musician called ``frighteningly talented'' by WeeklyDig, creates new sounds by improvising on a damaged accordion.
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Added by squeezed on April 30, 2006