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Must See: John Newman At Bowery Ballroom, January 2013

John Newman will be conquoring nyc in 2014

In the world of new rock stars 2013 style nobody is bigger than John newman in my books. What I have heard of Tribute, the disco guys debut album not out in the States yet, though you can get those two Rudimental tracks I’ve been raving about all week and the Love Me Again EP, all together 22 of the best minutes of modern pop 2013 has to offer.

All of which leads to a mindboggling excitement over

1. The release of Testament Stateside

2. John’s January 9 th, instantaneous sell out of Bowery ballroom.

Now, put these both together and I think you’ve got Testament dropping early January and one of the good ones of 2013 is gonna be one of the great ones of 2014. Absolutely, if you have any sense of wanting to be a part of pop music next year both Rudimental and John are a good place to start. This summer, Rudimental were much better than headliner Emile Sande at Summerstage.

The thing about both the great once was a DJ now is a dance band Rudimental is they are so much fun on stage, with a full bloodied bass and drums band on stage they completely wowed us and the album, Home, went from OK but not great to one of the years best after watching em sell it live.

John Newman, I loved because of his lead singing on Home and because covering the UK charts every week, I began listening to him on a consistent basis. Right now I am fanatical about the golden voiced disco boy and as far as tickets I have already for 2014 it goes:

1. George Strait

2. John Newman

This is sold out but worth a trip to Stubhub.


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