VIDEO: “It’s Time on 7th” – Indefinite Transit, Episode 2.

“It’s Time on 7th” – Indefinite Transit, Episode 3. from Indefinite Transit on Vimeo.

Anthony Pisano, a jazz singer and musician, had this sign made and put it in the window of his store-front home. The sign shows Pisano, playing a trumpet. “It’s Time on 7th,” is an ode to his E. 7th Street location, where has lived for the past 32 years. This episode is about the adoptive grandfather of the East Village – at 80, he is still kickin’ and hoping you’ll pass by his home and take a look at his pots and pans.

Shot by: Andrea F. Pagliai & Jessy Rae.
Produced, Hosted, & Edited by: Andrea F. Pagliai.
Music by: Dig North Music & Jonathan Zalben, courtesy of First Frame Music.
Graphics by: Bobby Vasquez & Andrea F. Pagliai.

To visit Anthony, go to E. 7th Street in between First Avenue and Avenue A, in the East Village. Going on a warm day when he is sure to be playing his Frank Sinatra, will be your best shot to experience Anthony at his fullest.

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