Found: 83
  • July 20
    2018

    FRIDAY
    7:30 PM
    Mercury Lounge 217 E Houston St. New York NY

    Three member indie rock/pop band from Little Rock, Arkansas. Current Members: Boots Copeland (bass, vocals) Cobo Copeland (drums) Drew Buffington (lead guitar) Past Members: Bradley Pierce (lead vocals, guitars, keyboards) Contact the band at: knoxhamiltonband@gmail.com Brother Sundance began playing the drums at the age of two — teaching himself the ins and outs of his favorite songs day in and day out. His Mother often quipped that he was born playing the drums and hadn’t stopped since. As a teenager, he picked up the guitar and began to sing, two efforts that eventually culminated in his fronting of punk-blues outfit Wallace. Wallace worked the South Florida underground circuit for a year before dissolving and giving way to Brother Sundance and his solo efforts. As a solo performer, he writes and records all of his own music, often playing every instrument on each song, and produces it all as well. He is joined on stage by an incredible group of South Florida natives, his best friends, and has worked hard to put together an exhilarating set. “It’s a battle, really, between past and present — past being the album, the recorded instance of each song, and present being the show, the moment at hand. The way those two things collide, the way songs take on new forms each night — it’s incredible. I live for that.”, Sundance says of his group’s show. His debut single, Blind, is coming soon, with an EP, HONEY, right behind it. Wild young men from Williamsburg who play synth pop and throw parties.

  • July 20
    2018

    FRIDAY
    9 PM
    The Bell House 149 7th Street Brooklyn New York

    California places a distinct sonic stamp upon the music born with in its boundaries. Owens had his Bakersfield, Parsons his Joshua Tree, and Malkmus his Stockton, and in their tunes you can hear dust, desert highways, and skateboards gliding over suburbia. The Donkeys have San Diego, and from that environment have woven a fundamental ease in their music - a rock, a roll, a sway, a slide - you could even call it a breeze. On Ride the Black Wave, The Donkeys continue their easy rolling, classic vibrations, but add a mystery and tension that make this record their most lyrically and instrumentally compelling. Ride the Black Wave embodies what Jack Kerouac described of California's coast as having an "end of the land sadness." The Donkeys stare out at the ocean in a "fantastic drowse" - a kind of pensiveness towards their environs that summons the elements of sound and style that belong only to them. In "Blues In The Afternoon", a collective mantra, the band runs out of land and asks of the ocean to offer suggestions about their fate. It is songs like these that prove the Donkeys are a band in the true sense of the word, sharing each other's worry and wonder. With RTBW, The Donkeys have further caged their craft and have accomplished the delicate and artful challenge of taming the captured, while also letting it be wild. Recorded at San Diego's Singing Serpent and mixed by LA’s Thom Monahan, the Telecasters have a golden shimmer, the drums seem to echo with a regional reverberation. The notes coming off the Rhodes float on like beer-buzzed afternoons, but just when you get lost in the hypnotic swirl of "Sunny Daze" the churning guitars begin to circle like sharks, reminding us of the realities beneath all beautiful surfaces. Ten tracks deep, Adrianne Verhoeven of San Francisco's Extra Classic appears like the mythic Calafia herself, delivering a vocal that would bring Cortez to his knees. So, it is with Ride the Black Wave that The Donkeys add their own stratum to California's ever expanding musical frontier, while maintaining their golden "shine" as well as interjecting a tension with the sun and beauty. The record hypnotizes as much as it awakens; it poetically puts us at ease while we sit in traffic, peck at our keyboards in cubicles, or conversely, it accompanies us as we ride along desert highways, or sway with our lovers. It is about home; it is about waves, and surrendering to their movements, trusting that they will take us to where we truly belong. High Waisted will be your new favorite girl gang. Quirky 60's garage rock is re-imagined from the nose...

  • July 20
    2018

    FRIDAY
    10 PM
    Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 196 Allen St. New York NY

    Soul Southern Soldiers.... The Gold Magnolias: Magnolium Aurum: A very rare species of gilded flora native to the U.S. South, but found lately amongst the evergreens and seldom-greens of New York City. Born in a hot house in Brooklyn by the name of Soul II Soul, one particular specimen has blossomed and spread it's funky aroma throughout the entire United States. Ancient Aztec mystics believed the five petals of Magnolium Aurum represented the five pillars of funk. Let's listen to their wisdom. Sweet-Sangin', Guitar-Slangin' songsmith Hudson Mueller and Golden-throated, Gee-wiz Key-wiz Evan Felts lead the pollination effort with their syrupy sweet jams. Ryan "Slickback" Anselmi gets all the bees flockin' to his stamen with his siren sax call. The petals at the the bottom are reserved for the funky foundation of Bass-man Daniel Foose and drummer Jeff "Double-Clutch" Barton. For the past five years this union of southern soul soldiers has wafted their funky fragrance to audiences across the world with such hits as "Southern Man" and "Dirty French Fry". They are now releasing their sophomore album, "Sail on Glam Dog" with more fun, provocative and above all, funky tunes for your enjoyment. Like all good flora, The Gold Magnolias draw their unique character from their roots. Growing up in Austin, TX, Hudson Mueller and Daniel Foose were exposed to the great Texas Blues tradition from an early age. Evan Felts, the son of a musician, grew up in north Louisiana, soaking up all of the blues, country and voodoo vibe of that area. Ryan Anselmi comes from Kansas City which gave birth to jump blues, swing jazz, and big band. Jeff Barton grew up in a family where he was baptized in the jammy waters of the Allman Brothers, The Grateful Dead and Dave Mathews Band. These influences all inform the loose funky feel that characterizes The Gold Magnolias. Come walk the Brooklyn streets with this classy group of Southern hustlers. Then sit back and enjoy the vibe as booties begin to shake and parties commence to popping off.

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    1:30 PM
    National Opera Center: Marc A. Scorca Hall, 330 7th Ave, New York, NY

    Join 2018 ASCAP Morton Gould Award-wining composer Aferdian Stephens for an afternoon of new music at The National Opera Center. The Music of Aferdian Stephens, presented in concert on July 21st and music directed by Robert Frost, will feature Mr. Stephens setting of Langston Hughes Seven Moments of Love, a scene from the forthcoming opera John Dumpty written with Ms. Martin Koch, and two commissions inspired by Jane Austens Sense & Sensibility. These works will be brought to vivid life by the rich voices of Meagan Martin, praised for her liquid mezzo, and NYC-based baritone Lyle Smith Mitchell. Composer Aferdian Stephens is a 2018 ASCAP Morton Gould Award Winner for his Trio for Violin, Clarinet, and Piano as well as the recipient of The Bohuslav Martin Award for his orchestral composition The Clock. A multi-disciplinary musician, he is active in many fields of music, and in addition to writing several one-act operas, song cycles, and chamber pieces, he has composed songs for Tony-Award winning actor and singer Chuck Coopers cabaret show The Blues of Langston Hughes. Mr. Stephens, who is based in New Jersey, received his Bachelors Degree in Music Composition with a concentration in Piano from Montclair State University, an MFA at the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program at the Tisch School of the Arts of NYU, and his Masters of Music at the Mannes School of Music where his private composition instructor was Dr. Lowell Liebermann.

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    5:30 PM
    Birdland NYC 315 West 44th St New York NY

    Fully embracing the inspiring, expansive array of American jazz, soul and blues influences that have infused her dynamic career as an artist and live performer, Polly Gibbons fashions a frolicsome, freewheeling musical history lesson on Is It Me…?, her second release on the indie jazz label Resonance Records. Capturing the joyful essence of the 12-track collection, the multi-talented British singer, a staple of the UK Jazz Scene since the mid-2000s and recently nominated Vocalist of the Year by Jazz FM says: “It’s a massive melting pot, varied but beautifully linked because I love every style I’m singing. Jazz would never have happened without the blues, which came out of the gospel tradition – and blues is the foundation of contemporary Western culture and pop/soul music, and so on.” Polly has cultivated her craft and eclecticism over the past decade, performing at all the leading UK jazz clubs, international festivals and as a regular at the legendary venue Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, where she has sung with the All-Stars, led by pianist and house musical director James Pearson. In 2016, she opened the sold out UK tours for George Benson and Gladys Knight and had two acclaimed performances at the Royal Albert Hall. She was also a featured singer with the Liverpool Philharmonic in a presentation of the music and life story of John Lennon. Polly is quickly establishing herself in the States as well She released her critically acclaimed UK debut album My Own Company in 2014. Polly's influences are brilliant, broad and inspired - from the poetry of Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen, to the be-bop of Charlie Parker, the deep wails of Mahalia Jackson's gospel, to the emotional depth of Donny Hathaway, Billie Holiday and Nina Simone; the soul of Marvin Gaye, and the blues of Buddy Guy. Recent Reviews: "A voice that is to Jazz what Adele's is to pop: rich, powerful, soul baring!" -- London Evening Standard "If you're a Gregory Porter fan, you might long for a female counterpart who also combines the classic jazz of Billie Holiday with the old school soul of Donny Hathaway into a savvy nix of originals and covers. If so, you're probably not imagining she'd hail from rural Suffolk in eastern England, but that's Polly Gibbons, who having conquered the British jazz scene with a recipe similar to Porter's is now winning fans in North America.".......Downbeat Magazine “I love her voice, really soulful. Can’t wait to hear more of Polly…” – Joss Stone “She’s got a great voice!” – Van Morrison

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    6 PM
    Club Bonafide, 212 East 52nd Street, New York, NY

    Featuring some of New York City's finest musicians, the R&B tribute band Soul Infinity fuses blues, funk and soul to bring back the sweet sounds of the 1960s and '70s. The group is headed to New York's Club Bonafide for The Best of Motown, in which they'll showcase their skills on the artists of the legendary Detroit label. From Marvin Gaye to Al Green, Otis Redding to Bobby Womack, you'll hear all the hits that you know and love during this concert that will get you on your feet. Harlem musicians Soul Infinity & CAT PARR  honor Diana Ross, Etta James and other   First Ladies of Soul  with a musical tribute at New York nightspot Club Bonafide. In this reverent revue, you'll hear the tribute artists blend blues, soul and funk into their unique sound as they dig deep into the catalogs of iconic singers like Aretha Franklin, Roberta Flack, Gladys Knight and more. Soul Infinity & CAT PARR, based in Harlem, incorporate blues, soul and funk into their unique blend that's sure to work your groove thing. Whatever incarnation they'll perform as during this evening -- sometimes a power trio, at other times they'll add guests to make themselves a full-blown orchestra, horns and all -- Soul Infinity & CAT PARR are sure to stimulate your musical senses when they perform live at New York City's Club Bonafide.

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    6 PM
    Club Bonafide, 212 East 52nd Street, New York, NY

    Featuring some of New York City’s finest musicians, the R&B tribute band Soul Infinity fuses blues, funk and soul to bring back the sweet sounds of the 1960s and ’70s. The group is headed to New York’s Club Bonafide for The Best of Motown, in which they’ll showcase their skills on the artists of the legendary Detroit label. From Marvin Gaye to Al Green, Otis Redding to Bobby Womack, you’ll hear all the hits that you know and love during this concert that will get you on your feet. Harlem musicians Soul Infinity & CAT PARR honor Diana Ross, Etta James and other First Ladies of Soul with a musical tribute at New York nightspot Club Bonafide. In this reverent revue, you’ll hear the tribute artists blend blues, soul and funk into their unique sound as they dig deep into the catalogs of iconic singers like Aretha Franklin, Roberta Flack, Gladys Knight and more. Soul Infinity & CAT PARR, based in Harlem, incorporate blues, soul and funk into their unique blend that’s sure to work your groove thing. Whatever incarnation they’ll perform as during this evening — sometimes a power trio, at other times they’ll add guests to make themselves a full-blown orchestra, horns and all — Soul Infinity & CAT PARR are sure to stimulate your musical senses when they perform live at New York City’s Club Bonafide.

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    6 PM
    Barbes Brooklyn - 376 9th St, Brooklyn, NY

    BOOK OF J. record release residency! Book of J unites Charming Hostess vocalist Jewlia Eisenberg and guitarist/singer Jeremiah Lockwood of The Sway Machinery. According to The New Yorker, “This affecting West Coast duo covers an expansive musical landscape that encompasses gothic Yiddish songs, Piedmont Blues, Queer Politics and Leonard Cohen covers." They will be in residence every Saturday in July 6pm at Barbes celebrating the release of their debut album, joined each week by a special guest. This Week: With special guest The Fraternal Order of the Society Blues--a tribute to the life and music of Carolina Slim, featuring Ricky Gordon (washboard, voice) and Ernesto Gomez (harmonica, voice)

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    8 PM
    C'mon Everybody 325 Franklin Avenue Brooklyn NY

    Sammy Rae is a NYC based singer/songwriter, currently in production of her second studio record. Accompanying herself on piano, Sammy has a unique sound that is youthful, rooted in jazz and classic rock, and sprinkled with hints of blues and R&B. Expect spirited and sassy lyrics, eclectic instrumentation and high energy performances. Quirky, vulnerable and confident, she's 2 parts jazz starlet, 2 parts rock belt, and 100% a breed all her own. Aberdeen is an indie rock brass band based out of Brooklyn, NY. They create an overwhelming wall of sound with soaring, horn-driven melodies, supported by a bed of distorted guitars and raucous drums. Think a Trombone Shorty/Explosions in the Sky/Kamasi Washington super group. Brian Plautz is the primary songwriter in the band, along with Alex Conroy and Shubh Saran. The eight-piece band, featuring two saxophones, trombone, trumpet, two guitars, bass and drums never ceases to fill a room with energy. Evan Nachimson believes the power of the voice is not in how you sing, rather, what you say. Born in Baltimore, enlightened in Nashville, and toughened in New York, Evan Nachimson's music is all-American. Inspired by revolutionaries like Bob Dylan, John Lennon and Bob Marley, Evan Nachimson's music blends the honesty of folk, with the energy of rock and roll, and style of R&B.

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    8 PM
    Murmrr Theatre 17 Eastern Pkwy Brooklyn NY

    Books out! Class work! Subject: Geometry. What do all these rectangles, circles, dots, and triangles mean to you? It's not so old-school when Werner "Zappi" Diermaier presents his geometrical forms. But the question that bandmates and the audience at the California Institute of the Arts were confronted with was a rather similar one: How would you transform the graphic score, which is currently projected onto the screen, into acoustic signals? The result was a wildly meandering, high-intensity, 23-second symphony, in which the onomatopoetic knot bursts. "It's a sort of dadaist choir, a musique impressioniste," says faUSt founder Jean-Hervé Péron. "People participated right away." "Sounds like a sporting event! And the audience screams: Hurray!" says Zappi Diermaier. Two perspectives on one idea from faUSt. Very good! Sit down! Continue! But let's start from the beginning. faUSt has recorded a new album. It is entitled "Fresh Air" and differs in several respects from its predecessor "Just Us", from the year 2014. At the time, the recordings were made at Péron's rehearsal studio in Schiphorst in northern Germany, hypnotic pieces with the kind of noisemaking the band is known for. For the new album, Péron and Diermaier were looking for communication with musician friends and the audience. The tracks were recorded in changing ensembles at changing locations in the USA (during a 28-day tour in March/April 2016). In these community recordings, with friendly support from Péron's database of field recordings, a strongly shaded noise music emerged which extends its feelers to the remotest corners of the here and now. Droning, swinging, lusting for freedom, here and there holding out quite stoically as machine-room blues. Or just phonetically - along the geometry. On board are the freely fabulous Barbara Manning in a live lecture, Jürgen Engler (Die Krupps) in overdub and Ysanne Spevack as a wonderful wavemaker on the viola. The seven and a half minute title track, which faUSt deliberately placed at the beginning of the album ("so you can enjoy it for a long time," says Zappi Diermaier), begins with the poem by a French school friend of Péron (translated and recited in Polish) and ends in an industrial sound inferno. The singer cries for "Fresh Air" as if it is being taken away from him. Jean-Hervé Péron offers a political reading: "Can you breathe calmly here, or are we being poisoned?" "Engajouez vous!" Péron presents this franco-faUStian artificial word to the audience and rewrites the Marseillaise for the here and now in the track "Chlorophyl": "Allons enfants...

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    8:30 PM
    Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3 185 Orchard St. New York NY

    Recognized as finalists in the renowned Rockygrass Festival band competition in 2017, the Ginny Mules draw from varied elements of American music and heritage, each member bringing their own blend of Appalachian music, Blues, Folk & Bluegrass to the table. The end result sounds a lot like BluesGrass, with a focus on tight vocal harmonies and the raw, bluesier elements that give Ginny Mules their distinctive sound. The band first began to coalesce when Liz Forster (guitar and vocals) met Keenan Copple, the band’s banjo and slide guitar player at a Denver music store in 2013. The pair began playing music together almost immediately. Weekly jam nights with Keenan, Liz and Phil Hanceford (mandolin and vocals) materialized, and the trio began the epic quest for a bass player. On a friend's recommendation, they called on Carbondale native, Sheena Gruber. Forster says, "We caught a lucky break with Sheena. She plays terrific bass, looks and sings like Bonnie Raitt, and is a great fit for us vibe-wise." Rebekah Durham (Juilliard grad and former member of San Fermin), joined the band in 2016 and rounded out the official lineup of Ginny Mules with her incredible 5-string fiddling and original songwriting.

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    8:30 PM
    Trans-Pecos 915 Wyckoff Ave Queens NY

    Born: October 26, 1945, Houston, Texas. Strange, reclusive, yet prolific artist. Little is known about him. Music ranges from blues and electric boogie music to spoken word and avant-garde chamber music. Runs the Corwood Industries label for his own releases, the first of which was credited to The Units (4) and appeared in 1978. All subsequent recordings have been credited to Jandek (including all reissues of the Units album). Jandek performed his first concert unannounced in 2004, 26 years after he released his debut. He has gone on to perform a handful of concerts every year since, slowly releasing them in their entirety on Corwood.

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    9 PM
    The Bowery Ballroom 6 Delancey St New York NY

    The Dustbowl Revival is an Americana Soul band with eight full-time members who mash the sounds of New Orleans funk, bluegrass, soul, pre-war blues, and roots music, into a genre-hopping, time-bending dance party that coaxes new fire out of familiar coal. Dustbowl is touring behind their self-titled, fourth studio album which spent three weeks on Billboard charts, hit #1 on Amazon Americana-Alt-Country, #2 on Amazon Folk, and spent 16 weeks on the Americana radio chart peaking in the Top 20. The album has over 2 million streams on Spotify and the band currently has 260K monthly listeners. The band was founded in 2008 in the bohemian enclave of Venice Beach, California. Over the last five years Dustbowl has become known for their free-flowing and joyous live shows, combining their funk rhythm and brass section with a fast-picking string band section - opening for bands as diverse as Lake Street Dive, Trombone Shorty and The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, touring China as a guest of the state department and headlining festivals like Delfest, Floydfest, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, and recently Bergenfest (Norway) and Tonder Festival (Denmark). The band received a big wave of attention with their music video that featured famous actor Dick Van Dyke for "Never Had to Go", which garnered over 10 million cumulative views. That video is now airing in an HBO Doc titled "If You're Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast" starring Jerry Seinfeld, Mel Brooks, and Dick Van Dyke. While the band has been known for their old-time and bluegrass roots, they have departed from those styles and evolved more into modern soul music. Now, with Producer Grammy Award-winning Ted Hutt (Old Crow Medicine Show, Gaslight Anthem, Dropkick Murphys) who collaborated on the recent album, Dustbowl Revival brings it on, in the good company of neo-Soul contemporaries such as Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats and St. Paul & The Broken Bones. The album delivers eleven hot tracks, dominated by love-triangle funk & soul, tenderized with a nod to the unlikely possibility of true love – i.e. "Honey I Love You", with Grammy Award-winning blues artist Keb’ Mo’ sitting in. This exhilarating new sound jumps out on the album’s opening tracks, “Call My Name” and “If You Could See Me Now.” Drummer Joshlyn Heffernan and bassist James Klopfleisch lay down a righteous groove that trumpeter Matt Rubin and trombonist Ulf Bjorlin supercharge with their big blasts of horns. This Stax-style soul builds to a pair of showstoppers: “Good Egg” and “The Story.” The former is a dynamic number that showcases Liz Beebe’s...

  • July 23
    2018

    MONDAY
    7 PM
    Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3 185 Orchard St. New York NY

    “Dude’s a juke-joint professor emeritus”–Rolling Stone Kevin Gordon’s Louisiana is a strange place. It’s a place where restless teens road trip to where the highway dead-ends at the Gulf of Mexico; a place where prisoners who are in for life compete in a rodeo while the town watches; where a character can get lost in the humid afternoon and where religion may not signify hope; and where rivers, never far away, carry secrets behind levees. “One of the things I like about it and am mystified by is that what passes for normal in Louisiana would not make the grade elsewhere,” he says. The kicker? All of these postcards are based on true stories. It’s a place that he’s been exploring for twenty years now, on the eve of the release of his astonishing new album ‘Tilt & Shine’ on Crowville Media. It is work that has earned him fans like noted author and Elvis Presley biographer Peter Guralnick; New West Records artist Buddy Miller; journalist, songwriter, and Country Music Hall of Fame staffer Peter Cooper; Todd Snider; head of the Americana Music Association Jed Hilly; and Lucinda Williams, with whom he dueted on the song “Down To The Well” (which was featured prominently on an Oxford American compilation). Before you even hear his vivid lyrics, you start feeling the sound of that ’56 Gibson ES-125 tuned down to open D, often with the tremolo flowing like a river, and an unstoppable groove distilled from swamp blues and Sun Records. His MFA from the Iowa Poetry Writers’ Workshop allows him to capture it with a degree of precision. As the New York Times put it in its headline of a feature on Kevin, “A Musican Or A Poet? Yes to Both.” Kevin sums it up, “There are so many stories in north Louisiana and it’s a place that nobody pays attention to. For me, you can feel the arc of time passing. I’m captivated by the power of strong memories—those films that run continuously in your mind, if you let ‘em.” With ‘Tilt & Shine,’ those movies translate into rock and roll poetry.

  • July 24
    2018

    TUESDAY
    9 PM
    The Bowery Ballroom 6 Delancey St New York NY

    “Ever since I started playing music, it was always about the feel,” says Josh Karpeh, AKA Cautious Clay. “There are a lot of things in art that you can learn by practicing or studying, but feel’s not one of them. It’s something you’ve just got to have.” It’s that feel, that deep emotional intuition that fuels Cautious Clay’s sound. Blending R&B, hip-hop, and experimental indie, his productions are dark and engrossing, built upon a unique combination of organic instruments, digital programming, and soulful vocals. He writes with unflinching honesty, engaging in deeply personal self-reflection with boldly vulnerable and vividly poetic lyrics. At times recalling contemporaries like James Blake or Sampha, Cautious is a profoundly modern songwriter and a forward- thinking producer, but he’s also steeped in the past, quick to cite Burt Bacharach as an idol and credit Stevie Wonder and Quincy Jones as ever-present influences in his artful arrangements. “I used to think about songwriting and production as completely separate,” he explains, “but when I learned how to merge those two things, that’s when I was able to start creating music that really connected with people.” Originally from Cleveland, OH, Cautious began his artistic journey at the age of seven when he picked up classical flute. His studies led him deep into the worlds of blues and jazz, and by the time he hit college in Washington, D.C., he’d added a number of other instruments to his repertoire in addition to songwriting and production. Now based in Brooklyn, Cautious is currently preparing to release his debut EP, Blood Type, in February. Roy Blair is a 21-year-old artist born and raised in Pasadena, California. He first emerged as a BROCKHAMPTON affiliate and contributor on Kevin Abstract's American Boyfriend: A Suburban Love Story. Following the release of American Boyfriend, and a year on the road with Kevin Abstract and BROCKHAMPTON as featured on HBO’s VICELAND show, American Boyband, Roy moved on to a solo career. He most recently released his debut album, Cat Heaven,which straddles the slacker, guitar led sounds of the early aughts, with the punch and energy of the today’s Hip-Hop. After its release, Roy Blair fans seemed to proliferate out of thin air, and in just a month he had emerged as an internet darling. His first solo live show, performed to a sold out Echo, took LA by storm and helped ignite a fandom reminiscent of the Bieber world. Since then, Cat Heaven has been streamed 6.5M times across Spotify and Apple, and his Instagram has grown by 40K followers in less than 3 months. With...

  • July 25
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    10:30 AM
    92nd St Y - 1395 Lexington Ave, New York NY

    Bring your baby and join other new moms and dads for a weekly support group led by 92Y Parenting Center director Sally Tannen. This lively get-together is a great place to share, learn and make new friends. Bring your baby and join other new moms and dads for a weekly support group led by 92Y Parenting Center Director Sally Tannen. This lively get-together is a great place to share, learn and make new friends. Come when you can. Wednesdays, 10:30 am-12 pm, $15 Payable in advance online or at the door with credit card. May 30: Can You Spoil Your Baby? Jun 6: Becoming a Family Jun 13: How Babies Play and Learn Jun 20: Choosing Childcare Jun 27: Baby Blues Jul 11: Travel with Baby Jul 18: Sleep Jul 25: Going Back to Work … or Not Aug 1: Helping Your Baby’s Schedule Evolve Aug 8: Babies and Your Marriage Aug 15: Gender Expectations This program is part of the Parenting Center. This program is part of the Parenting Center.

  • July 25
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    7:30 PM
    Highline Ballroom, 431 W. 16th Street, New York, NY

  • July 25
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    7:30 PM
    B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, 237 West 42nd Street, New York, NY

  • July 25
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    8 PM
    WestHouse Hotel New York, 201 West 55th Street, New York, NY

    On Wednesdays, chase away your midweek blues with live jazz from the fabulous Josh David Trio, beginning at 8:00 PM. Make plans to unwind in style with an evening at WestHouse.

  • July 26
    2018

    THURSDAY
    7:30 PM
    92nd St Y - 1395 Lexington Ave, New York NY

    Experience the force of the blues with legendary songstress Melba Joyce and tenor sax master Houston Person, alongside organist Mike LeDonne, trumpeter Eddie Allen, guitarist Rodney Jones and more. The blues is at the very center of American popular culture. The haunting beauty of this great African-American art form informs countless beloved standards: “He’s Gone Again,” “Send Me Someone to Love,” “Since I Fell for You” and so many more. Experience the force of the blues with legendary songstress Melba Joyce and tenor sax master Houston Person, alongside organist Mike LeDonne, trumpeter Eddie Allen, guitarist Rodney Jones and more. Listen with fresh ears to this essential element of all American song — and get ready for a night that’ll send off Jazz in July on a beautiful blue note. Houston Person, saxophone Melba Joyce, vocals Eddie Allen, trumpet Rodney Jones, guitar Lafayette Harris, piano Mike LeDonne, organ Bill Charlap, piano Peter Washington, bass Kenny Washington, drums This program is part of The Tisch Center for the Arts. This program is part of The Tisch Center for the Arts.

  • July 26
    2018

    THURSDAY
    7:30 PM
    92nd St Y - 1395 Lexington Ave, New York NY

    Experience the force of the blues with legendary songstress Melba Joyce and tenor sax master Houston Person, alongside organist Mike LeDonne, trumpeter Eddie Allen, guitarist Rodney Jones and more. The blues is at the very center of American popular culture. The haunting beauty of this great African-American art form informs countless beloved standards: “He’s Gone Again,” “Send Me Someone to Love,” “Since I Fell for You” and so many more. Experience the force of the blues with legendary songstress Melba Joyce and tenor sax master Houston Person, alongside organist Mike LeDonne, trumpeter Eddie Allen, guitarist Rodney Jones and more. Listen with fresh ears to this essential element of all American song — and get ready for a night that’ll send off Jazz in July on a beautiful blue note. Houston Person, saxophone Melba Joyce, vocals Eddie Allen, trumpet Rodney Jones, guitar Lafayette Harris, piano Mike LeDonne, organ Bill Charlap, piano Peter Washington, bass Kenny Washington, drums This program is part of The Tisch Center for the Arts. This program is part of The Tisch Center for the Arts.

  • July 26
    2018

    THURSDAY
    7:30 PM
    92nd St Y - 1395 Lexington Ave, New York NY

    Experience the force of the blues with legendary songstress Melba Joyce and tenor sax master Houston Person, alongside organist Mike LeDonne, trumpeter Eddie Allen, guitarist Rodney Jones and more. The blues is at the very center of American popular culture. The haunting beauty of this great African-American art form informs countless beloved standards: “He’s Gone Again,” “Send Me Someone to Love,” “Since I Fell for You” and so many more. Experience the force of the blues with legendary songstress Melba Joyce and tenor sax master Houston Person, alongside organist Mike LeDonne, trumpeter Eddie Allen, guitarist Rodney Jones and more. Listen with fresh ears to this essential element of all American song — and get ready for a night that’ll send off Jazz in July on a beautiful blue note. Houston Person, saxophone Melba Joyce, vocals Eddie Allen, trumpet Rodney Jones, guitar Lafayette Harris, piano Mike LeDonne, organ Bill Charlap, piano Peter Washington, bass Kenny Washington, drums This program is part of The Tisch Center for the Arts. This program is part of The Tisch Center for the Arts.

  • July 27
    2018

    FRIDAY
    7 PM
    Rooftop Reds, 299 Sands Street, #BLDG #275, Brooklyn, NY

    Frontman and songwriter Pete Lanctot leads his amorphous cast of Stray Dogs with avant garde fiddler, Ginger Dolden. Pete + The Stray Dogs takes form as an acoustic duo, as an electric five piece, and everything in between. Lanctot’s narrative songwriting has been likened to artists such as The Carter Family, Townes Van Zandt and “a backwoods Nick Cave,” and is firmly rooted in blues, folk, country, and experimental music, offering pinhole views into the lives of characters that range from real to mythological. The band weaves together country waltzes, Bo Diddley beats, dancehall two steps, nocturnal swamp rock, and old school gospel throughout the record, creating a musical tapestry rooted in the American musical tradition. No Sign of Love or Farewell, is a follow up to the band’s 2015 EP, Caledonia, both recorded in Nashville, TN and produced by Chris Donohue (Emmylou Harris, Iris DeMent, Lucinda Williams, Daniel Lanois, Gillian Welch). Megg Farrell grew up singing old folk tunes, writing songs and playing in rowdy folk-rock groups as a teenager.   In 2013, she burst into the New York music scene and has been building a devoted audience ever since.   She started out in the jazz world under the name Sweet Megg singing old jazz standards and blues songs influenced heavily by her main heroine Billie Holiday.  She instantly became a hit in the jazz world but she was longing to return to her songwriting roots.  Inspired by the release of her first full original folk album last year and spending the year touring through the south, Megg has put together a new project breaking out of the jazz world and into the world of classic country.  Now, with years of experience under her belt, she brings the maturity of a professional jazz vocalist and the energy of a rock ‘n roller to her new project Megg Farrell & Friends.   Her voice is a unique blend of soulful grit and sweet molasses.  The group is heavily influenced by Emmylou Harris’s Hot Band with three part harmonies and lots of Telecaster.  This band will get you moving. 

  • July 27
    2018

    FRIDAY
    7:30 PM
    Club Bonafide, 212 East 52nd Street, New York, NY

    First Ladies of Jazz & Blues: The Music of Etta James, Billie Holiday, Nina Simone & More feat. Emilie Surtees Jazz has not one queen but three, and impassioned vocalist Emilie Surtees will pay homage to all of them in First Ladies of Jazz & Blues. From scat to breathy ballads, “First Lady of Song” Billie Holiday could do it all while Etta James is considered one of the greatest blues singers who ever lived. And Nina Simone lit the world on fire with a vibrato that stirred souls and moved mountains. Hear some of this Holy Trinity’s greatest hits as Surtees interprets them with conviction at Club Bonafide in New York.

  • Aug 1
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    10:30 AM
    92nd St Y - 1395 Lexington Ave, New York NY

    Bring your baby and join other new moms and dads for a weekly support group led by 92Y Parenting Center director Sally Tannen. This lively get-together is a great place to share, learn and make new friends. Bring your baby and join other new moms and dads for a weekly support group led by 92Y Parenting Center Director Sally Tannen. This lively get-together is a great place to share, learn and make new friends. Come when you can. Wednesdays, 10:30 am-12 pm, $15 Payable in advance online or at the door with credit card. May 30: Can You Spoil Your Baby? Jun 6: Becoming a Family Jun 13: How Babies Play and Learn Jun 20: Choosing Childcare Jun 27: Baby Blues Jul 11: Travel with Baby Jul 18: Sleep Jul 25: Going Back to Work … or Not Aug 1: Helping Your Baby’s Schedule Evolve Aug 8: Babies and Your Marriage Aug 15: Gender Expectations This program is part of the Parenting Center. This program is part of the Parenting Center.

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