Hayley Jane & The Primates Brooklyn Bowl Album Release and Bassist Josh T Carter’s Wedding!

Hayley Jane & The Primates just had an incredible album release party at Brooklyn Bowl! Not only was the bowl packed with friends, fans, and family alike but many also watched our live webcast! In addition to the successful night, our bassist Josh T Carter was married right on stage!

Dianna Hank of Jambase.com writes “Last night was one of the more unconventional nights Brooklyn Bowl has seen in its eight-plus year history. Not only was it Hayley Jane and the PrimatesWe’re Here Now album release party, but prior to that set, Primates bassist Josh Carter and his fiancé Kristen Detroia were married on stage, under a Stealie-adorned chuppah, by one of the venue’s owners – the one and only Peter Shapiro.” Read more https://www.jambase.com/article/love-marriage-brooklyn-bowl-hosts-special-hayley-jane-primates-show

Bob Schutlz of Live For Live Music writes “Happiness, smiles, magic, emotion, love, and hugs filled the Brooklyn Bowl on a beautiful fall night in New York City. A cascade of mesmerizing jams, dazzling dancing, glittering lights, and impassioned vocals lit up the stage to the hundreds of appreciative spectators. An array of special guests helped make this a special one-of-a-kind cosmic night.” Read more http://liveforlivemusic.com/features/wedding-hayley-jane-primates/

Chris Capaci of NYSMusic.com writes “The audience chanted along “I know that I can do it…” as the wedding/friends and family reunion/album release show came to its end. It was truly a special and unique night at Brooklyn Bowl summed up best by the words of Hayley Jane herself, “What a lucky bunch of creatures who can run around and dance if we want.” Read more https://nysmusic.com/2017/10/21/with-this-album-i-thee-wed-hayley-jane-and-the-primates-album-release-show/

Peter signs Josh’s marriage license with a little help from Hayley! Photo by JMS Photo

Hayley Jane & The Primates with special guest Richard James, Rob Compa, Quinn Carson, Elise Testone, and the Interstellar Dancers. Photo by Bob Schultz