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Let's Active: Week Of November 10th, 2014

This is the end...

This is the end…

Yeah, we love Black 47 at rock nyc, always have, since, gosh was it the 80s I saw em for the first time. But unfortunately I forgot to buy a ticket for Saturday’s gig at BB King’s, the last show ever by the terrific Irish American then Irish again political Irish jig hard rocking band named after a famine. My loss, guys. I am sure we will be hearing more from all the members of the band… the sooner the better.

Monday – James Vincent McMorrow -Town Hall – His last album was terrific singer songwriter devoured by James Blake, and now he has a new one out?

Wednesday – Fitz And The Tantrums – T5 – One of the best party bands out there, a glorious soulful disco mash up via Paris (and L.A.)

Wednesday – Johnny Marr – Gramercy Theatre – After a life time playing in bands, Johnny has released his second album in as many years and he was pretty darn good when I saw him at MHOW last year. Gramercy is a great room as well.

Thursday – Meghan Trainor – The Paramount – Doo wop with whip smart lyrics and tunes to die for, I would seriously consider going to Huntington if she wasn’t playing Jingle Ball.

Thursday – Lee Ann Womack – Bergen Performing Arts Center – It is absolutely ridiculous that this purveyor of either the best or at least in  the top three country albums of the year isn’t plying the city.

Friday – The Rural Alberta Advantage – Nah, I think they are another band Saddlecreek can’t break and can’t help, indie folk rockers -blegh. BUT my ex swears by them.

Saturday – The Dream Syndicate – Rough Trade – That guitar intro to “Tell Me When It’s Over” always gets me

Sunday – The Ataris – Marlin Room At webster Hall – Terrific room, terrific band

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