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Live Through This: rock nyc’s Top Concert Picks For The Week Of September 30th, 2019

Maluma is the popstar of Latin Urbano, as comfortable with Bachata as he is with Reggaeton, and a sex symbol which the little girls, and Madonna, understand well. He has two featured performances on Madonna’s (excellent) Madame X, and five years worth of hits. Catch Maluma at Madison Square Garden on Saturday.

Monday – Enter Shikari – Bowery Ballroom  – They sound like an EDM Los Campesinos

Monday – Aldous Harding – Music Hall Of Williamsburg

Monday – The Town Hall Presents  Debbie Harry – Face It – “Join Blondie frontwoman Debbie Harry for an illuminating evening as she introduces her long-anticipated memoir, FACE IT”

Tuesday – Friday – Ty Segall – Warsaw – 5 Night residency

Tuesday – Tedeschi Trucks Band – Beacon Theatre – The future of jam… they claim

Tuesday – Team Dresch – Monty Hall – Best queer band around

Tuesday – Emeli Sande – Brooklyn Steel

Tuesday – Kate Tempest – Elsewhere – The last album wasn’t as good as the others, but how bad can that be?

Tuesday – Ciara – Sony Hall

Tuesday, Wednesday  – Maggie Rogers: Heard It In A Past Life World Tour  – Radio City Music Hall

Tuesday – Songwriters Under the Covers with Victoria Shaw: Guests Patty Smyth, Lee Brice and a surprise guest – Iridium

Wednesday – Carrie Underwood: The Cry Pretty Tour 360 – Madison Square Garden – If I had the time… or energy… or money, I might go to check out the great opening band Runaway Jane.

Thursday – SohoJohhny’s Open House –  True to Soho’s storied spirit, the evening will feature visual art, live entertainment and performance at 69 Mercer Street, As space is limited, please RSVP to

Thursday – Sheila E – Sony Hall

Thursday – Incubus: 20 Years of Make Yourself & Beyond – Radio City Music Hall

Saturday – Steve Lacey – Apollo Theatre – The Internet guitarist

Sunday – Phil Collins Still Not Dead Yet, Live! – Madison Square Garden – I once walked out on this guy, at this very venue, during the third song.

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