Free Friday: The Defibulators Art Gallery and CD Giveaway and Lindt Truffles Giveaway

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Each week we tell viewers what they can get for free. This week’s free list: 1) The Defibulators ART Gallery 2) Lindor truffles giveaway

Come out to Chelsea Market to see the “Everybody’s Got A Banjo” photo gallery show. Last month, “roots-rocking punk iconoclasts” The Defibulators packed out Brooklyn Bowl for their record release concert, a curated night of Brooklyn country music that hosted some of the borough’s best banjo pickers (the finale featured 6 onstage together at once). As fans streamed in all night, many paid a visit to the live “Everybody’s Got A Banjo” photo booth, where fashion/music photographer Teddy Telles shot hundreds of portraits. The best are hanging now as a special gallery in Chelsea Market through the end of October.

The Defibulators‘ new album, ‘Debt’ll Get’em,’ has been earning raves everywhere from CMT to My Old Kentucky Blog. Esquire hailed their video for “Let Me See That Ponytail Run” in an exclusive premiere, and TIME featured their tongue-in-cheek track “Everybody’s Got a Banjo,” which playfully skewers the instrument’s recent ubiquity in their home borough and pop culture more broadly.

WHO: The Defibulators & their fans
WHAT: “Everybody’s Got A Banjo” photo gallery
WHERE: Chelsea Market
WHEN: Open now until the end of October
TICKETS: Free to the public

The Defibulators’ official website is

Two lucky viewers will be able to win a copy of their latest CD. All you have to do is follow and tweet them #FREEFRIDAY and why you want love them, today between the hours of 12 noon and 2 pm.

Winners can only enter once and will be randomly selected.
Winners will be notified via DM and will have to provide their contact info to receive the cd.

Good luck.

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