Adriana Kaegi introduces Art 4 Flatscreen TV, a DVD of ambient music by Adriana with an array of photos she has taken in her varied travels.
driana Kaegi’s superb documentary on the band she co-founded will be featured at the Phoenix Art Museum on March 24th. This will be thw first Western US screening of Kid Creole and My Coconuts.
If you are a fan of The Coconuts, or a fan of great classic alternative music, please sign this petition that is being sent to EMI record company asking them to re-release Don’t Take My Coconuts.
The podcast version of our 7/24 Revenge of the 80s Radio show featuring a conversation with Caron Maso Murray of The Little Girls is up and available at the bottom of this post
Original Coconut Adriana Kaegi has put up a new and interesting video blog on things happening in New York City. In her “NYC Events Videos” website, Adriana offers a VIP’s look into fashion, lifestyle and music events in New York.
Our guest is Adriana Kaegi, the original “Mama Coconut” of the influential band Kid Creole and the Coconuts. Adriana is a woman of many talents: singer, choreographer, designer, businessperson and internet pioneer are among her credits. She will soon release her solo album, TAG (from which we premiere a track) and she has recently completed a video documentary about her experiences with the band she helped establish entitled “Kid Creole and My Coconuts.”
This week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio show (3/7) will feature a conversation with Adriana Kaegi, a founding member of the influential Kid Creole and the Coconuts. Kaegi is diversely talented in music, choreography, costume design, marketing and business. We will talk about her career, her soon-to-be-released album — TAG — and her recently-completed documentary DVD: “Kid Creole and My Coconuts.”