This week on Snacky Tunes, solo host Greg Bresnitz is in studio with Jon Gray, one of the founders and chefs of the unique culinary collective: Ghetto Gastro. Comprised of young, enthusiastic chefs hailing from the Bronx, each member has put in time working in some of New York’s top kitchens and have since drawn inspiration from the Bronx to their own food. Catering around the world, Jon shares highlights from the group’s culinary travels and some of the best plates they’ve made. In the second half of the show, musical guest Steven Klavier joins the show. To the world of dance music, Steven Klavier brings sultry vocals through labels like Safer at Night, and Sweat It Out. Raised equally in the suburban church choir and the gay clubs of Downtown Philly, Klavier takes a unique stand as a NYC party boy with a heart of gold; a club savior with something to say. Heavily influenced by ’90s club divas like Robin S and CeCe Peniston and R&B icons Aaliyah and Ginuwine, Klavier creates enigmatic, infectious songs. Whether working with NYC’s Walker & Royce, taking the stage with MNDR or penning toplines for some of the best in the business, Klavier lends an air of sensuality to each track he touches. Tune in for a great show! This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Brooklyn.
“Our mission is bringing the world to the Bronx and bringing the Bronx back to the world.”
–Jon Gray on Snacky Tunes
“When you do a performance in a club, it’s less about what you’re looking and more about the feeling.”
–Steven Klavier on Snacky Tunes