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Live Through This: rock nyc Top Concert Picks Week Of January 28th, 2018

In December 2017 the great rocker, poet, and multi-media culture maven Marla Mase performed an early version of her “MIracles Lost And Found -A Rock ANd Roll Rumination” for an invitation only audience (my review here), and last week it made its premiere at White Eagle Hall on Jersey. This Tuesday, the spectacular show makes its way to New York City at The Nuyorican Poets Cafe at West 3rd street. It is a theatrical cum musical cum spoken word performance art and play by any means necessary show that must be seen on Tuesday, January 26th, 2019

Monday – Indoor Pets, dubé – Mercury Lounge – UK power punkers visit town.

Tuesday, Wednesday  – Bring Me The Horizon plus special guests Thrice & Fever 333 – Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom – Bring Me The Horizon’s amo is state of the art hard rock, meaning it is heavily electronic. Both Thrice and Fever 333 are among the best rock bands out there.

Wednesday – Governors Ball Presents Cautious Clay – Irving Plaza

Wednesday, Thursday – Peter Wolf (10th Anniversary Shows) –  City Winery – Last man standing

Thursday – Young Dolph – The Role Model Tour – Gramercy Theatre – Last year’s Role Model stiffed but he still has one of the strongest voices and most undeniable street reps around.

Thursday – Devin Dawson – Bowery Ballroom

Thursday – Justin Timberlake – The Man Of The Woods Tour – Madison Square Garden – His star has dimmed since 2006, he became DadSync, but it was a pretty darn great show when I caught it last year,

Thursday – The Night The Music Lived” Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens & Big Bopper 60th Anniversary featuring The Rave-ons – Man for man, the reverberations from that plane crash is still being felt.

Thursday, Friday, Saturday – Disco Biscuits – Capitol Theatre-NY – Always great for that first hour and then…

Friday – 40oz Presents: Young Nudy with special guest Smooky Margielaa – Irving Plaza

Friday – Steve Gun – Bowery Ballroom – A modern age Kurt Vile

Friday, Saturday – Bettye Lavette – Iridium – Singing Dylan one hopes

Friday – Matisyahu

Saturday – Skittles Commercial: The Broadway Musical – Town Hall

Sunday –  Kendra Black – Mercury Lounge – r&b singer sold out… on Superbowl Sunday no less…


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