Live Through This: rock nyc’s Top Concert Picks For The Week Of April 15th, 2019

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We’ve seen Roger Waters numerous times, and David Gilmour more than once, and Syd Barrett -the crazy diamond himself, never and never shall, of course. That leaves Nick Mason, Pink Floyd’s oldest remaining member (if they still existed) and  one of the great prog rock drummers. Now is the chance, Nick is headlining the Beacon Theatre on Friday (and Thursday).

Tuesday – Pretty Lou’s 3rd Annual Charity Concert with Fat Joe & Friends – Irving Plaza – An incredible line up of 90s star rappers: Fat Joe, Remy Ma, The Lox, The Diplomats, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah and more.

Tuesday – We Came As Romans / Crown the Empire – Gramercy Theatre

Tuesday – Chicago – NJPAC

Tuesday – Priests – Elsewhere – The new album is good.

Tuesday, Wednesday – SiriusXM Presents: Todd Rundgren – The Individualist Tour – Town Hall – Smells like a career retro

Tuesday – Saturday – Steve Tyrell – Cafe Carlyle – Rather Steve than Michael Buble, gorgeous voice.

Wednesday – Natalie Prass – Bowery Ballroom – She may be great, but her last album didn’t prove it.

Wednesday – Yeasayer – Rough Trade

Wednesday – Spiritualized – Brooklyn Steel – Ladies and Gentlemen, he is floating in space.

Wednesday – Rosario Flores – Sony Hall

Thursday – The Coathangers – MHOW –  Not crazy about the new album but they are pretty great live

Thursday – Laura Jane Grace & the Devouring Mothers – Laura Jane can call it whatever she wants, it’s still AGainst Me.

Thursday – BRC B-Day Dance Party for Bernie Worrell  – Coney Island Baby – It could get funky

Thursday – City Winery 10th Anniversary: Remembering Richie Havens Feat. Teddy Thompson, David Bromberg, Milton, Josh Kaufman, Amy Helm, Chogyi Lama, John Hammond- City Winery – FREEDOM…

Friday – Black Lips – Bowery Ballroom – I remember seeing em in 2011 (here) at this venue years ago, pretty impressive.

Friday – The Juice Crew ft Big Daddy Kane, Biz Markie, Craig G & More – Sony Hall – Impressed some?

Saturday – Amanda Palmer – Beacon Theatre – Pushing her astounding new album, There Will Be No Intermission, as a non fan who occasionally gets blindsided by Amanda, I will be there.

Saturday  – From Celia Cruz To Buena Vista Social Club: A Tribute to Havana’s Golden Age Brunch Show at The Loft – Brunch, eh?

Sunday – La Oveja Negra Productions Presents: Los Amigos Invisibles & Aterciopelados – Sony Hall

Sunday – Mega Mezcla with Alex Sensation – The great DJ is always worth seeing

Sunday – Fucked Up – MHOW – Remember that week when they were the greatest rock band in the world?

 

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