Last Conspirators @ LARKFEST 2013

Nippertown says: "it’s going to be a serious high-energy street party..." as the Last Conspirators will play, Saturday SEptember 21st, on the main Madison Avenue stage, 12:20pm, at New York's largest street festival. Thanks to Exit 97.7 WEXT for inviting us to perform at this years event which will mark 32 years since Last Cons frontman Tim Livingston closed the inaugural festival with his pioneering Albany punk band The Morons. The headliner for this years festival is Willie Nile! Here is the complete lineup:

MADISON AVENUE STAGE (at Lark & Madison)
11:25am: GRAINBELT
Howe Glassman leads his merry band of cow-punksters.
12:20pm: THE LAST CONSPIRATORS
Led by veteran frontman Tim Livingston (whose band the Morons played at the very first LarkFest), the psychedelic-politico-punk foursome will be celebrating the release of their new album, A Celebration of Fury.
1:45pm: RODEO BARONS
Chris Carey leads his crackling country-rock combo.
3pm: THE MOLLY DURNIN TRIO
The singer-songwriter bulks up to a three-piece in support of her CD, Run
4:20pm: WILLIE NILE
The veteran singer-songwriter-rocker takes the stage in support of his new album, American Ride.

WASHINGTON AVENUE STAGE (at Lark & Washington)
11:25am: THE CHRONICLES
Horn-fueled funk-meets-jazz
12:30pm: MATT & THE BAD IDEAS
Matt McWatters meets Charmboy
1:45pm: BARONS IN THE ATTIC
Expect the unexpected…
3pm: THE CHARLIE WATTS RIOTS
The power-pop rock trio will be celebrating the release of their eagerly awaited sophomore album, A Break in the Weather.
4:20pm: BOBBY LONG 
The British singer-songwriter hits the stage in support of his new album, Wishbone.

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A powerful rock & roll band whose sound fuses old-school punk, roots rock, and heartland rock, with fierce, often politically charged lyrics on top. The Last Conspirators are fronted by singer and songwriter Tim Livingston a pioneering figure on the punk scene in New York State’s Hudson Valley... true believers, keeping the rock & roll flame burning even if it may no longer be fashionable to do so.. coming across like an Americanized version of the Clash… the Last Conspirators.. waging war against complacency and cherishing the rebels and outsiders on the fringes of American culture. .. raging against the light, whether it's dying or burning bright.”

— All Music Guide