Two of the most important figures in hip hop history, Puff Daddy and Snoop Dogg, performing at the same concert, in the relatively small confines of the Theatre Of Madison Square Garden, is as close to a lock as you are gonna get in the middle of February. Hold out for “Victory” -Puff’s most irresistible track, with the heartbreaking ending.On Thursday.
Wednesday -Sturgill Simpson – Bowery Ballroom – I’m not a big fan myself,and Steve Crawford wasn’t crazy for him either, but the crown prince of Americana has some rep and if he wasn’t playing Governors Ball this Spring, I’d have probably checked him out
Friday – The Hold Steady – Bowery Ballroom – Wasn’t crazy about em opening for the Replacements last year, but still they should know what to do at Bowery Ballroom, plus they wrote one or two of my favorite songs ever… the most reason song five years ago.
Saturday – The Stylistics – Beacon Theatre – A 3pm Valentines gig… The Stylistics, Dramatics, The Manhattans, The Delfonics, Blue Magic… you’re joking me, right?
Saturday – Kenny ‘babyface’ Edmonds -the Theatre Of Madison Square Garden – the best soulman of the 80s.
Saturday – Marc Anthony – Prudential Center – 3.0 was a terrific album and he is always first rate on stage.
too on the nose
into rock god land
The venue is deeply symbolic
Rock Star Review – ARO Rose “Tarrant”
The Monkees Micky Dolenz & Mike Nesmith’s Farewell Tour At The Town Hall, Sunday, October 24th, 2021, Reviewed
Micky carried Mike for two hours, paid tribute to the Country Americana pop song writers skills, and made certain Nez looked swell
a lame 94K EAUs
“Hard” begs for a live show
he had something to prove and didn’t
“Elton in the house!”
Moses Sumney plays two shows at the Ford