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Gary Clark, Jr., Masterful in Central Park

Gary Clark, Jr., Masterful in Central Park

The crisp cool evening was only made cooler by the arrival of Austin's Gary Clark, Jr., who absolutely owned the Central Park SummerStage for the entirety of his stirring, almost two hour performance on Monday night. [...]

Twisted Sister Still Makes Us ‘Wanna Rock’

Twisted Sister Still Makes Us ‘Wanna Rock’

Long Island's own Twisted Sister triumphantly returned to New York City on Friday night turning back the clock to the early 1980's for a rowdy and rousing ninety minute performance [...]

Charm City Devils Unleash at NYC’s Mercury Lounge

Charm City Devils Unleash at NYC’s Mercury Lounge

The five piece Charm City Devils, in town in support of the release of their third album "Battles" which drops September 23rd, rocked the small house with an eight song, forty minute set which would have [...]

Gavin DeGraw Slays a Sold Out SummerStage

Gavin DeGraw Slays a Sold Out SummerStage

Despite being tapped for the opening slot residency during Billy Joel's monthly New York shows at Madison Square Garden, Wednesday evening Gavin DeGraw teamed with singer/songwriter Matt Nathanson for a sold out show all his own. [...]

Youngblood Hawke Rocks Non-Stop at Gramercy Theatre

Youngblood Hawke Rocks Non-Stop at Gramercy Theatre

There was hardly much of a pause- forget about a slowed down ballad- on Tuesday night at the Gramercy Theatre as Los Angeles' Youngblood Hawke ran through an energetic fourteen song set at a frenetic pace. [...]

Theory of a Deadman Kicks Up the Octane at Marlin Room

Theory of a Deadman Kicks Up the Octane at Marlin Room

Sponsored by SiriusXM's Octane, Canadian rock quartet Theory of a Deadman would helm the headlining stage at The Marlin Room at Webster Hall in their final local appearance until the fall, celebrating the release of their [...]

Alabama Shakes & Questlove Hit Terminal 5 for “Evolution”

Alabama Shakes & Questlove Hit Terminal 5 for “Evolution”

The Mercedes-Benz Evolution Tour made its first stop locally on Thursday night at a jam packed Terminal 5 where thousands of fans flocked to the multi-tiered west side venue for an evening that combined art and [...]

Indie Music Spotlight: The Jane Shermans Take Mercury Lounge

Indie Music Spotlight: The Jane Shermans Take Mercury Lounge

Positioned in front of a three person horns section and three black wig donning backing singers, Nashville Tennessee duo The Jane Shermans took to the diminutive Mercury Lounge on Monday night for a brief but effective [...]

Magic! Unveils Themselves at Webster Hall

Magic! Unveils Themselves at Webster Hall

Days after the release of their debut album "Don't Kill the Magic," Canadian four piece band Magic! took over a sold out Marlin Room at Webster Hall on Thursday night to the sheer delight of several [...]

Seether Releases Record, Sells Out Gramercy Theatre

Seether Releases Record, Sells Out Gramercy Theatre

Tuesday marked the release day of Seether's sixth studio album "Isolate and Medicate" and the band celebrated by hosting a sold out show at Manhattan's Gramercy Theatre amid a room jam packed with die hard fans. [...]