Live Through This: rock nyc’s Top Concert Picks For The Week Of November 18th, 2019

Written by | November 17, 2019 4:30 am | No Comments

Share

“She is sexual but no nonsense, on stage she exudes a sensuality lithe and slithery and wet without being exploitative of herself. It’s a neat trick and will take her far….” I wrote that about FKA twigs five years ago in a review of her Terminal 5 performance (here), and , on the strength of her epic latest release -the EDM meets tech meets new art school, romantic disaster movie Magdalene expect nothing but a superb, multimedia, dance and performance art plus, when Tahliah appears at Kings Theatre on Wednesday. Incidentally, no opening act and she appears on stage a pathetic one hour after the time on the ticket.

Monday – Tones And I – Mercury Lounge – The Aussie busker has been at the Top of the UK singles charts for a month, so assume plenty of industry types and expats will be there.

Monday – Charlotte Lawrence: Navy Blue Tour – Webster Hall

Monday – Homeboy Sandman, Quelle Chris – Sunnyvale – a great lyricist, should be a great homecoming

Monday – Danny Brown, Ashnikko, Zeelooperz – Warsaw –  Danny’s latest came and went without a ripple, which doesn’t make it anything less than great. Debatably,  the best living live on stage rapper

Monday – Lil Tecca – Brooklyn Steel

Monday – Prince: The Beautiful Ones – Town Hall – Despite Prince’s attempts through his life to keep control of his music, death caused him to lose all control. Memoir this, motherfuckers.

Monday – K. Michelle – Sony Hall – first rate, somewhat frank, r&b woman

Tuesday – A Day to Remember w/ I Prevail – Terminal 5

Tuesday – SuperM: We Are The Future Live – Madison Square Garden – SuperK-Pop -should be crayon

Tuesday – Sasha Sloan – Webster Hall – The sad girl singing live

Tuesday – Tool – Barclay Center – If I wasn’t gonna be at FKA twigs on Wednesday, I’d be here tody.

Tuesday, Wednesday – Carl Palmer – Iridium – The P in ELP

Tuesday , Wednesday – Bill Frisell Trio with Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollesen – Jazz Standard

Wednesday – Alice Merton – MHOW – The “Why So Serious” woman

Wednesday – Allah Las w/ Mapache – Brooklyn Steel

Thursday – Robyn Hitchcock – Murmrr – The original soft boy

Thursday – Angel Olsen – Brooklyn STeel

Thursday – Hozier: Wasteland, Baby! Tour – Hammerstein Ballroom

Thursday – Trisha Yearwood – Town Hall

Friday – Jonas Brothers: Happiness Begins Tour – Prudential Center

Friday, Saturday – Brockhampton: Heaven Belongs To You Tour – Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden – Not only was the album, though it didn’t do well, excellent, but also their live show is terrific.

Friday – Gesaffelstein – Kings Theatre – AT Governors Ball last June, he had people doubling back to check out the industrial strength EDM

Saturday – Titus Andronicus –  Bowery Ballroom – If you have never Patrick on stage, he presents one of the greatest live shows of all time.

Saturday – Gladys Knight w/ Special Guest Will Downing – Kings Theatre – Truly, a living legend

Saturday – Bob Dylan And His Band – Beacon Theatre – The annual ten night residency begins

Tags:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *