Massive Attack were my first choice for the top, top pick, the premiere purveyors of that Bristol sound Trip Hop, performing the entire Mezzanine album at Radio City Music Hall… then they cancelled due to illness. So I am stuck with the Pixies and Weezer at MSG on Tuesday… PS the picture is meant to be 3-12…
Monday – Chris Difford – City Winery – When I saw his partner in Squeeze Glenn Tilbrook with his band Fluffer, Glenn was better than his current Squeeze performances. Maybe it holds true for Chris.
Monday, Tuesday – Ella Mai – Brooklyn Steel – “Boo’d Up” was a sure shot, the album wasn;t , so let’s see if she can get her mojo back on stage.
Monday – An Evening With Fleetwood Mac – Madison Square Garden – So… we finally get to see the Mac without Lindsey Buckingham… they should have dumped Stevie instead…
Tuesday – Sabrina Carpenter – Irving Plaza
Tuesday, Wednesday – Weezer/Pixies – Madison Square Garden – Plus TV On The Radio
Tuesday, Wednesday – Meek Mill: The Motivation Tour – Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom – The poster boy for warehousing black men in prison, brings Philly freedom to New York
Tuesday – Anne-Sophie Mutter – Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
Tuesday – Saturday – Suzanne Vega – Cafe Carlyle
Tuesday, Wednesday – James Bay – Beacon Theatre
Tuesday – Tokyo Police Club – Warsaw
Wednesday – Teenage Fanclub – Bowery Ballroom – The last Britpop band ever still standing
Friday – Loudon Wainwright III Presents “Surviving Twin” – As Seen on Netflix – Sony Hall – I saw some of it on Netflix, a little on the tired side…
Friday – Jefferson Starship – Ridgefield Playhouse – Aren’t they all dead?
Friday – A$ap Mob Presents A$ap Tyy’s Project Rockstar Party – Sony Hall – A midnight performance…
Comment: With both Black 47 and The Pogues out of commission, you won’t find a Flogging Molly for miles because they are all in Boston next Sunday, St. Patrick’s Day…
Gunna: 150,300, Abel: 148,000: it amounts to a statistical error
the police owe us an explanation.
sex and skills level the playing field
Fast Money, indeed
“flashes of vivid memories from an ancient time with an ex-lover”
Less push, More flow
350 rock critics, wannabe rock critics, or people with OCD
a new Tupac Shakur exhibit opening downtown LA
a pop LP that isn’t popular is a question mark…
her mama don’t like you and she likes everyone…