Not 90s sounding, but 90s rappers celebrating Smif n Wessun ‘Dah Shinin’ 25 Year Anniversary Show at the Gramercy with both Tek and Steele still kicking, still strong performing a classic from one end to the other. A great way to start a new decade, by looking back two decades on Thursday.
Wednesday – Motion City Soundtrack – Webster Hall – Sold out for the pop punkers behind the great “Everything Is Alright”
Thursday – Smif n Wessun ‘Dah Shinin’ 25 Year Anniversary Show – Gramercy Theatre
Thursday – NYC Winter Jazzfest & Brooklyn Bowl Present Lee Fields & The Expressions – Soul guy can sing em mire than write em.
Friday – Tab Benoit’s Swampland Jam feat. Special Guests – Sony Hall – Scream for “Jambalaya”
Friday – SEVENTEEN World Tour Ode To You – Prudential Center – K-Pop stars -you know the drill.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday – Common at the Minetta Lane: A Journey Through Lyrics & Life – Whenever I’ve seen him he has been a bore so caveat emptor. Why Common wants to hang in the island in the dead of window I have no idea.
Friday – 10th Annual Birthday Celebration! Slick Rick: The Ruler Brooklyn Bowl – I wonder if he’ll do “Treat Her Like A Prostitute”… let’s hope not.
Saturday – Big Bad Voodoo Daddy & Jake Shimabukuro – The swing and jump pros have concluded they want New Year’s Eve again.
Saturday – They Might Be Giants – Sony Hall
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – May 1986 (Volume 17, Number 9)
They’ve got me a bit wrong. I’m not completely chaste
Brief Encounters: New Album Releases 3-24-23 – 3-30-23 Reviewed
Gospel was in her blood
US Top Ten Singles Tracking 3-17-23 – 3-23-23
an armed and loaded female power track…
US Top Ten Albums Tracking 3-17-23 – 3-23-23
Morgan will be pulling off singles for at least the next year
Press Releases For March, Here Are The Artists
A cold and nonchalant delivery for a song that rocks hard
Going Steady: New Singles 3-24-23 – 3-30-23 Reviewed
essence of a certain American masculinity
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – February 1986 (Volume 17, Number 6)
the perceived threat to authority is more class-based than generational