New York, 2017 Veggie Pride Parade (4/2): Veggie Pride Parade April 2, 2017 12pm Ninth Ave and Gansevoort St to Union Square.
Brooklyn, Regina Operas 47th Anniversary Gala Concert (4/2): Let’s cheer the arrival of Spring as Regina Opera celebrates its 47th Anniversary on April 2nd with a 2-hour concert of your favorite opera arias and duets, and popular songs.
Hyde Park, Yours, Anne (3/25 - 4/2): Based on Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and The Diary of Anne Frank by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett
Westhampton Beach, CRESLI Seal walks at Cuposgue Beach (11/26 - 5/7): Two hour naturalist led walk to learn about, observe, and photograph seals in the wild. Reservation are required.
Peekskill, Peter Frampton (4/6): After an overwhelming response from audiences nationwide, Peter Frampton will resume “Peter Frampton Raw, An Acoustic Tour” with more dates this October. Gordon Kennedy, Frampton’s longtime collaborat
Syracuse, Diana Jones (4/7): One of the most critically acclaimed singer/songwriters of the neo-trad movement.
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Brooklyn, Bound and Buried (4/8): B&B are no strangers to rock and roll. Our sound is built on Punk, Surf and Hardcore. Featuring members of Boy Sets Fire, Lugosi, Resistors and Get Involved, our roots are taken to a more ruthless and
Brooklyn, Bowery Boys (4/9): The Bowery Boys, Greg Young and Tom Meyers, have lived in New York for the last fifteen years and have been curious about the city since the day they arrived.
Brooklyn, Break Out Day (4/9): Break Out Day was started by two identical twin brothers, Andrew and Jason in June of 2008. Andrew and Jason were starting the summer before their Sophomore year of High School and wrote/recorded demo
Brooklyn, Breakfast with the Easter Bunny (4/2): Join us for a hot breakfast as we go on an egg hunt, search for the one golden egg and meet the Easter Bunny. There will also be raffle prizes and 50/50.
Brooklyn, Budos Band (4/7): Having scalded listeners’ ears with sonic lava on Budos I and stung them with venomous frequencies on Budos II, The Budos Band delivers on their promise to spread the epidemic of “Budos Fever” far and
Brooklyn, Carinae (3/30): Carinae is a hyper-star in the constellation Carina and a band from Western Mass - Groove Goblins, USA -
Brooklyn, Carousel Kings (4/11): Victory Records welcomes Carousel Kings to their roster. The Lancaster, Pennsylvania band has anchored their name as one of the most ambitious and creative pop/rock/punk machines in recent years.
Brooklyn, Chad Lawson (4/7): Chad Lawson is just about the polar opposite of every other solo pianist out there. He has toured the world with Julio Iglesias, is an official Steinway performing artist, recipient of “Album of the Y
Brooklyn, Chelsea Reject (4/8): Chelsea Reject (birth name Chelsea Alexander) is a Brooklyn based female emcee who has opened up for the likes of Iggy Azela, Talib Kweli, Twista, Isaiah Rashad, Mobb Deep, Buckshot, Sean Price, Smif
Brooklyn, Chrome Sparks (4/20): Chrome Sparks is the solo project of Jeremy Malvin, a Brooklyn transplant from Pittsburgh by way of Ann Arbor. In 2014, after having self released a small handful of singles and two EPs on Bandcamp, M
Brooklyn, Cinema Cinema (4/11): "Since 2008, experi-metal punks Cinema Cinema have jacked up the amps to ear-bleeding-loud levels, destroying DIY dives across the boroughs and beyond with their distorto-drenched post-grunge and dama
Brooklyn, City of the Sun (4/7): New York’s City of the Sun is a worldly, genre-bending post-rock trio based in Brooklyn, NY. Formed in 2011, the trio honed their sound busking on the streets of New York City, then graduated to selli
Brooklyn, Cory Branan (4/11): “Intense dynamics, deep humor, brave production and heavy songwriting: A new voice emerges to run with the greats." - Playboy
Brooklyn, Critically Ashamed: A Dark Knight To Remember (3/30): Critically Ashamed is a stand-up comedy show produced and hosted by Rishi Mathur and Stephen Sihelnik. The concept of this show is to set a stage for up-and-coming comedians to perform longer sets so
Brooklyn, Culture Shift Lab: Creative Leadership (4/4): Join us for a full day of interactive workshops and experiences designed to help you define your leadership style and give you the tools to engage your team, foster creativity, and introduce change.
Brooklyn, Cyro Baptista (4/1): Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Cyro Baptista arrived in the U.S. in 1980 with a scholarship to the Woodstock-based Creative Music Studio. During the '70- and '80's, the Woodstock-based Creative Music Stud
Brooklyn, Dance Yourself Clean (3/31): Dance Yourself Clean is an Indie-Pop dance party created by music lovers, for music lovers. What started as a small party in a tiny bar in Seattle has grown to a massive movement spanning the US from
Brooklyn, Danny Howells (4/1): Danny is one of the few DJs on the scene today that truly has a style of his own. With his passion for all styles of music and infectious personality, Danny has created a unique, eclectic sound that h
Brooklyn, Danny Krivit (4/2): Growing up in Greenwich Village, New York City, in the 1960s, Danny was surrounded by music. His mother was an accomplished jazz singer and his father was the manager of legendary jazz trumpeter Chet
Brooklyn, Dark Blue (3/31): Dark Blue follow up their debut LP, ‘Pure Reality’, with ‘Start Of The World’ (12XU) – a soundtrack of a decaying United States. Each song drips with the realities of atrocities happening all around u
Brooklyn, Days N Daze (4/13): Houstonians Whitney Flynn and Jesse Sendejas formed Days N Daze as a duo in 2008. Since then, they've taken on different musicians to create a full recording and touring band. Presently, the band's rh
Brooklyn, Dengue Fever (4/15): A danceable, delightfully mutated mix of American surf, garage-rock psychedelia and the emotive, snaky crooning of Khmer folk music.
Brooklyn, Deniro Farrar (4/2): A wise-beyond-his-years fit and dreadlocked rhyme-spitting disciple of Sun Tzu, Angela Davis, and 2Pac, North Carolina “Cult Rap Leader,” thinker, and maverick Deniro Farrar boldly outlines a blueprin
Brooklyn, Devendra Banhart (4/1): The free-spirited, free-associative Venezuelan-American Devendra Banhart is an avant-garde alternative-folk, singer-songwriter and musician hailing from Caracas, Venezuela, and Los Angeles, California
Brooklyn, Dez Cadena (4/20): Currently plays guitar with the FLAG and the Misfits. He was the third vocalist and later rhythm guitarist for Black Flag. He also plays in the NY/NJ area with his own band Dez Cadena & The Broke Down
Brooklyn, Dinowalrus (4/13): Dinowalrus is a band from Brooklyn, NY comprised of Pete Feigenbaum, Liam Andrew and Max Tucker. Formed in 2008, they have released three records on Kanine, Old Flame/Heist or Hit (Manchester, UK) and
Brooklyn, Dogbreth (4/13): "In 110 degrees heat on a basketball court at a public park with an 8 foot saguaro cactus that looks like ET's fingers, Tristan Jemsek from Dogbreth is wearing a sleeveless tee shirt and working on hi
Brooklyn, Dre Prince (4/2): Hailing from the South, popularly known as the “3rd Coast”, Dre Prince, born Andre Davis Jr, transforms real life occurrences to music we can all relate to with his BLCK KNG Movement. Raised by the so
Brooklyn, Dynamic Alpine Sexual (3/31 - 4/1): DYNAMIC ALPINE SEXUAL plays the following schedule: Friday, March 31 at 7pm, 9pm and 11pm Saturday, April 1 at 5pm, 7pm, 9pm, 11pm.
Brooklyn, Ecstatic Vision (4/16): Ecstatic Vision come out of hiding in 2017 with their new psychedelic-rock album RAW ROCK FURY. RAW ROCK FURY is the 2nd LP for the band, and follows 2015's critically acclaimed SONIC PRAISE, which sa
Brooklyn, Enemy of the State (4/3): Fast punk metal fused with groovy rhythms, thrashing guitars, heavy bass, and guttural vocals.
Brooklyn, Escaper (4/4): Escaper is a Brooklyn, NY based band that blends rock, funk and jazz into a fusion of danceable spacey jams. (Ropeadope Records)
Brooklyn, Farmhouse Family Days (3/18 - 6/17): Farmhouse family days are free and open to families with children of all ages.
Brooklyn, Fisk (4/9): Fisk's originally produced tracks use synth-driven, experimental hip hop style’s, which takes the listener on a journey of sound innovation and musical mysteriousness. Clap's, lazer's, bleep's, and bl
Brooklyn, Flower Girl (3/30): "A jumble of slippery sweet country-bumble jangles, catchy hooks and sincere refrains, these kids charm their way into your stereo and onto your couch. Like the warm fuzzy feel of newly-washed sheets
Brooklyn, Freya Wilcox & The Howl (4/8): After leaving a job digging holes and playing on stoops in dusty mining camps, Freya moved to a small Bushwick apartment and learn about unemployment, freezing temperatures, and the American dream bef
Brooklyn, Ghost Pressure (4/13): Established in September 2014, Ghost Pressure (Nicholas Post (Guitarist, Vocals), Dave Hodgkinson (Guitar, Vocals), Nicholas Femister (Bass), and Karina McMahon (Drums) exudes an alternative rock soun
Brooklyn, Goldilocks & the 3 Bears (4/15): Come and watch the puppet show performance of Goldilocks & the 3 Bears on April 15.
Brooklyn, Good Looking Friends (4/8): Zach, Sean, and Adam share an appreciation of the upper atmosphere, repetition, rhythm, and rhyme. We talk about bummers and have a lot of fun.
Brooklyn, Gowanus (4/4): Gowanus is an experimental rock quartet that has its origins in the neighborhood surrounding the toxic Brooklyn waterway that shares its name. Using traditional analog instrumentation in combination w
Brooklyn, Grant Wallace Band (4/11): Grant Wallace Band is a trio of composer-performers weaving a diaphanous sound from threads of new music, modern jazz, and old-time folk styles. Composing through a uniquely collaborative process, Ben
Brooklyn, Heaven (4/13): A romantic clash between your Dad's long lost favorite psych record and the soundtrack to a John Hughes film, Heaven ride a massive sonic wave in delivering their dear and dreamy tracks. Matt Sumrow a
Brooklyn, Human Element (4/7): Music, melodies and beats are mostly done by technological devices these days. But what makes the sound really penetrate your skin, bones and mind, is the Human Element. This magical potion cannot be
Brooklyn, InkMouth (4/2): InkMouth began as a solo outlet for the songs of Pat Richardson, and has since expanded into a collaborative and dynamic rock 'n' roll ensemble rich with catchy hooks, oldschool power-pop riffs, mathy
Brooklyn, Iyez (3/31): Iyez sounds like a creature that has emerged fully formed from the depths. There’s a clarity in the chaos that really makes you wonder where the fuck these songs came from. Sliding from drugged dream
Brooklyn, Jackie Paladino (4/2): Born in New York and raised in central New Jersey, Jackie Paladino is a 20-year-old singer-songwriter whose voice has been compared to the likes of Corinne Bailey Rae, Billie Holiday, and Adele. She w
Brooklyn, Jacques Greene (4/13): Jacques Greene- aka Philippe Aubin-Dionne is a 24 year old electronic dance producer from Quebec, Canada and even though an active part of the internet generation Greene remains an enigma.
Brooklyn, Jake Lewis (4/7): Jake Lewis is a music maker based in Brooklyn. His upcoming album will be available in December 2016.
Brooklyn, Jason Ross (4/14): Jason Ross is one of the great young talents in dance music, highlighted by Above & Beyond as their breakthrough artist of the year, and being named an Artist to Watch by renowned electronic music blo
Brooklyn, Jaytech (4/14): "Awakening" represents the realisation of the "2.0 era” of Jaytech. It’s the third studio album from the elite Australian progressive house producer, also responsible for one of the “Greatest Australi
Brooklyn, Jenny Owen Youngs (4/8): Singer, songwriter, and natural history enthusiast Jenny Owen Youngs grew up in the forests of northern New Jersey and is now based in Los Angeles. After self-releasing her first album Batten the Hatc
Brooklyn, Jessi Robertson (3/30): “Jessi Robertson’s music gently overtakes you like a dark and beautiful opiate… Once you breathe her in, you’ll be addicted and you will not want to leave her sensual twilight world of danger and will
Brooklyn, Johnny Mellors Bastardos (4/8): Formed in 2011 as a project to release pent up Ian MacKaye angst, JMB has evolved into a well crafted quick hard four piece of aural delights.
Brooklyn, Joseph King & the Mad Crush (4/15): With a career spanning multiple genres, labels, cities and even continents, Joseph King’s music defines a decade-long journey of love, heartbreak, and reckless discovery. The prolific singer, songwrit
Brooklyn, k.d. lang (4/1): k.d. lang is that rare performer who, over 25 years as a major-label artist, has matured before our very ears. The Western Canada native launched her career with a blend of country-rock stylings and p
Brooklyn, Karlie Bruce (4/8): A native of Sydney, Australia, Karlie Bruce now makes her home in Brooklyn, New York. She is one of many voices of the post-disco big band Escort, has toured extensively as a background and session vo
Brooklyn, Kevin McCaffrey (4/6): Kevin began his career in government in 1990 when he was elected to serve as Trustee and Deputy Mayor of Lindenhurst, the largest Village in Suffolk County with more than 28,000 residents and an $11.6
Brooklyn, Kosha Dillz (4/18): World class improv artist that has received major attention for his dedication to success. He has played every kind of gig,ranging from shows with Rza of the Wu Tang Clan and Matisyahu, to the Legenda
Brooklyn, Kronos Quartet (4/1): Re-imagining the string quartet experience through commissioning, performing, recording; and collaborating with, mentoring, encouraging other artists.
Brooklyn, Lauren Flax (4/14): Musician , producer , and DJ - Lauren Flax has worked with Grammy-nominated vocalists Both Individually and as part of the prominent Brooklyn duo CREEP . CREEP's debut " Echoes "what Widely Praised fo
Brooklyn, Leopold and His Fiction (4/11): Naked, stripped down and aching with adrenaline is the rawness of Leopold and his Fiction. Originally formed as an outlet for Daniel James Leopold to exercise his lessons from his formative years in D
Brooklyn, Lighteater (4/5): "With Lighteater’s debut EP Antique we get whacked with four of the finest instrumental tunes this decade. You're left wanting more yet, you are surprisingly satisfied with the New York four pieces’ f
Brooklyn, Liondub (4/7): LionDub is a nine piece band from the town of Gävle in the northern part of Sweden.
The band has for many years been one of the best reggae bands in Sweden and released their latest album "Connected
Brooklyn, Little Racer (4/13): 2014 saw New York City’s Little Racer debut on PaperCup Music with the infectious Modern Accent EP – six tracks consummating west coast vibes with ‘80s Brit warble and trash, all wrapped in charming m
Brooklyn, Lore (4/7): Core members include Luke Mc Closkey on guitar, Raymond O'kane on keys, Rebecca Hall on violin, Clìodhna McAteer on cello and Carolann Carlile on vocals.
Brooklyn, Los Elk (4/14): Formed in New York circa 2011, the Los Elk crew seamlessly blends vibes to create a west coast influenced Indie Rock experience that gets the body moving.
Brooklyn, Love & Information (3/29 - 4/1): Someone sneezes. Someone cant get a signal. Someone wont answer the door. Someone put an elephant on the stairs. Someones not ready to talk. Someone is her brothers mother. Someone hates irrational nu
Brooklyn, Maggie Koerner (4/12): It’s not uncommon to find Maggie performing on stage with a list of iconic acts that has included Widespread Panic, Gov’t Mule and Charles Bradley, to name a few. The Shreveport born singer-songwriter
Brooklyn, Magna Carda (4/13): “Solid hip hop groups are harder to come by in Austin than say, country or rock, but thanks to local band, Magna Carda the hip hop scene in Austin is that much better.” (KUTX)
Brooklyn, Malignancy (3/30): Malignancy is a Yonkers, New York based technical death/grind band formed in 1992. Combining elements of the non-conventional, Malignancy push forward to create the perfect mix of insanity and technic
Brooklyn, Mamie Minch (4/19): Mamie Minch is one of the youngest old-school blues guitarists and singers you've heard. She sings and plays songs of her own devising that sound like they've been stored in her old National guitar fo
Brooklyn, Marc Ribot (4/8): Marc Ribot (pronounced REE-bow) was born in Newark, New Jersey in 1954. As a teen, he played guitar in various garage bands while studying with his mentor, Haitian classical guitarist and composer Fra
Brooklyn, Mat Zo (4/14): With an artist father, a violinist mother and a singer sister, there was absolutely no way Matan Zohar was going to have a normal job. After being gifted a guitar by his father at age 8, Mat began to
Brooklyn, Max Graham (4/13): Born in London but raised in Canada, Max Graham has become a well-known name amongst international dance music fans across multiple genres. From his early days learning his craft at Atomic nightclub i
Brooklyn, Max Pain & the Groovies (4/20): Max Pain and The Groovies are a five-piece from Salt Lake City, Utah who play rock ‘n’ roll. The group played their first show at a New Years Eve party and quickly gained a following for their manic s
Brooklyn, Maya Jane Coles (4/14): Maya Jane Coles is an electronica DJ, producer and songwriter hailing from London, England and born in 1987. She is one of the most acclaimed House musicians in the world, with over ten million plays
Brooklyn, Mens Discipleship Boot Camp (4/1): Please come and join us on April 1st at Christian Cultural Center - CCC. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Brooklyn, Miss Jennifer (4/8): One of New York’s finest, Jennifer has been rocking dance floors in NY nightclubs since 2009. DJ/producer Miss Jennifer was born in New York City. Aside from being a college basketball player and mode
Brooklyn, Modern English (4/14): Modern English are an English rock band best remembered for their songs "I Melt with You," "Hands Across the Sea," and "Ink and Paper". The group disbanded for a period in 1991, but later recorded in
Brooklyn, Monogold (4/13): Brooklyn's Monogold has announced its first new release since 2011's The Softest Glow, a debut LP that showcased the trio's own brand of lush, dreamy pop. Due out on November 11th, their new EP, "This
Brooklyn, Moon Bounce (4/1): Moon Bounce is Philadelphia's mutant pop pioneer, Corey Regensburg. Walking the fine line between creation and disintegration, his output combines soulful vocals, bombastic percussion and explosive sy
Brooklyn, Morbid Saint (4/9): MORBID SAINT is an American thrash metal band from Sheboygan, Wisconsin. After an extended hiatus, Morbid Saint is back to remind old fans of the hardcore, extreme thrash that made them classic and in
Brooklyn, More Than Skies (4/14): More Than Skies is the singer-songwriter project of Long Island native, Adam James. Dating back to 2006, he has gone on to independently release the 2011 EP, "The Liar, The Puppet, The Fox" and 2012's
Brooklyn, Mount Sharp (3/30): Super sweet/aggressive vocals, primal/surf-inspired drums, skronky/potentially confusing guitars, and hyper melodic bass is what goes into making these pop gems for you. Hello, Mount Sharp.
Brooklyn, Museyroom (4/16): Museyroom is a three-piece band from New York whose nuanced blend of pop music emanates nostalgia while maintaining a firm gaze toward the future. Concisely incorporating elements of electronic music,
Brooklyn, Mustardmind (4/5): Mustardmind is an Bushwick, Brooklyn-based band originally formed in 2015 on the lovely coast of the Gowanus canal. The band has become known for their experimental, atmospheric sound with pop-rock se
Brooklyn, Negura Bunget (4/7): A powerful dark presence of an intense nature, connected with the local nature and with its spirit, ascending and descending, shaping through the clouds of the present. You can sometimes feel it is th
Brooklyn, North By North (4/8): Hailing from the land of brutal winters and deep dish pizza, North by North has developed their own brand of infectious, spastic yet finely-honed rock and roll. They seamlessly toe the line between 3
Brooklyn, NYC-EJA 25th Anniversary Gala (4/6): For 25 years, NYC-EJA has united and supported community-based organizations from the City's most environmentally overburdened low income communities of color to fight for environmental and climate ju
Brooklyn, Nyles Davis (4/4): Born in Boston – raised in Seattle. Lived all over (including Philly, Houston, Virginia, Toronto, etc) & my music is a reflection of my perspective. I stand for challenging the norm and thinking outsi
Brooklyn, One Ring Zero (4/19): “Brooklyn indie outfit One Ring Zero mixes touches if klezmer with theremin, brass and, gasp, brains, to create records that have attracted wide critical acclaim.” -The Washington Post
Brooklyn, Operator Music Band (4/14): With shades of art-pop experimentalism and electronic minimalism, New York's Operator Music Band is a blend of the comforting analogue old and the kinetic digital new. Warbling synthesizers and waves
Brooklyn, Operators (4/4): Dan Boeckner (Wolf Parade, Handsome Furs, Divine Fits) has announced the debut album for his band Operators, titled Blue Wave, out worldwide April 1st on Last Gang Records. Formed in 2013, the band fe
Brooklyn, Orca Age (3/30): Orca Age creates guitar-driven music that oscillates between a quiet melodic sincerity and blistering freneticism. The result is a kind of idiosyncratic rock majesty. The songs are intricate yet acces
Brooklyn, Organ Dealer (3/30): Horror Pain Gore Death Productions welcome northern New Jersey's Grindcore fiends Organ Dealer to the roster with their punishing debut album "Visceral Infection". Formed in a damp basement in June of
Brooklyn, Paco Osuna (4/1): With a career spanning more than 20 years, Paco Osuna is one of the most renowned artists in the industry. His creativity, courage and relentless search for new forms of expression are some of his pri
Brooklyn, Paper Castles (3/30): Paper Castles is the musical project of Paddy Reagan (Waking Windows). They play pop songs on electric guitars.
Brooklyn, Paralandra (4/19): Striving to be America’s most prodigious musical export, Paralandra is a straightforward rock band hailing from Springfield, Missouri.
Brooklyn, Pat Metheny (4/1): Pat Metheny (born August 12, 1954) is a Grammy Award winning American jazz guitarist and composer from Missouri in the U.S.
Brooklyn, Percussion Marathon presents Projeto Arcomusical (4/1): Percussion Marathon, a festival organized by Ian Rosenbaum and Andy Akiho, will feature Projeto Arcomusical as one of twenty different artists performing in this all day event.
Brooklyn, Pete Rock (4/6): Grammy Award winning Producer Pete Rock, also known as Soul Brother #1 and the The Chocolate Boy Wunda, has arguably pioneered the fusing of jazz, funk and soul into hip-hop, laying down the blueprint
Brooklyn, Petit Biscuit (4/15): Petit Biscuit is a 17 year old electronic music producer from France, keen to take on the world. After picking up the cello at age 5 and entering French classical music school the Conservatoire soon a
Brooklyn, Phil Gammage (3/30): Phil Gammage currently performs with his small acoustic combo or with his 5-piece powerhouse band Adventures in Bluesland (same name as Phil’s album). He is also in demand as a freelance blues harp pl
Brooklyn, Philip Glass (4/1): Mr Glass has had an extraordinary and unprecedented impact upon the musical and intellectual life of his times. Join the conversation here
Brooklyn, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong (3/31): Pigeons Playing Ping Pong brings end-of-the-world enthusiasm to their high-energy psychedelic funk. Their infectious electro-funk grooves, undeniable live energy and contagious smiles have their rabid
Brooklyn, Power Theory (4/7): Power Theory was founded and formed by Rob Ballinger and childhood friend, Charlie Gallagher.Even though they generated some local buzz, the early line up was short lived because not all members under
Brooklyn, Princess Nokia (4/11): PRINCESS NOKIA is a musical collaboration between Destiny Ortiz and Christopher Lare. The pair met through a mutual friend and began to working together in early 2013. Looking to build a new genre, wh
Brooklyn, Project Pablo (4/6): Project Pablo (Patrick Holland), is a DJ and Musician currently residing in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 2015 saw Holland's debut full length release I Want to Believe (1080p) and his inaugural European
Brooklyn, Queen Esther (4/2): A Southerner, wordsmith and musical theater nerd, Queen Esther – award-winning jazz vocalist, songwriter, actor and librettist – came about her love of country music honestly.
Brooklyn, Quentin Harris (4/9): Born and raised in Detroit, Quentin Harris came of age inspired by many of the legends of his hometown. Motown, Prince, P-Funk and of course, early techno instilled in Harris, a love of all forms of m
Brooklyn, Rahaan (4/7): Rahaan has been dropping disco and funky house beats to retro music heads since the 80’s when he and his friends use to dance at the best house parties in Chicago – Rahaan’s home state and most import
Brooklyn, Regina Operas 47th Anniversary Gala Concert (4/2): Let’s cheer the arrival of Spring as Regina Opera celebrates its 47th Anniversary on April 2nd with a 2-hour concert of your favorite opera arias and duets, and popular songs.
Brooklyn, Remember Jones (4/13): Remember Jones is a one-of-a-kind soul/pop singer, storyteller and bandleader with a throwback vibe and authentic energy that bring audiences to another time and place. Collaboratively supported by a
Brooklyn, Rench (4/13): Rench is a singer, songwriter, and producer with roots in honky-tonk, hip-hop, and trip-hop music. With the help of very talented friends he records and releases music because he enjoys it. He likes s
Brooklyn, Rene Lopez (4/13): Almost every musician in the world will tell you that their ambition when making music is to somehow to create something totally new, a kind of music that sounds like nothing at all that came before i
Brooklyn, Roulette Spring Open House (4/3): Calling all local residents, community organizers, vendors, and anyone who is interested in learning more about Roulette’s Rental Program!
Brooklyn, Ruthless (4/7): Ruthless started spinning records in 1995, and shortly after, he was already making mixtapes for local radio stations like Radio Balans and Stadsradio Rotterdam. He started as a hardcore dj and became
Brooklyn, Salt Cathedral (4/13): Big Waves / Small Waves, the debut record from NY based Colombian-born pop outfit Salt Cathedral is set for release in 2017. Heavily influenced by Brooklyn's Jamaican dancehall scene, the album featur
Brooklyn, Sarah Factor (4/15): Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Sarah grew up listening to folky Canadian musicians like Joni Mitchell and Sarah Mclachlan who inspired her early writing. She studied musical theatre in college an
Brooklyn, Sarah Mcgowan (4/8): Sarah began writing songs at the age of 14, performing her first original piece at a high school composition concert in her hometown of Darien, CT in 2007. She continued to write and perform locally.
Brooklyn, Sasha (4/7): If there are boundaries yet to be broken, then you can bet that Sasha has got them in the crosshairs. He's been battering them down since Shelley's, The Hacienda, Renaissance and Twilo; from Airdrawnd
Brooklyn, Satori Loser (4/6): 25-year-old California native musician, singer, and songwriter living in NYC. My new group is currently exploring a sort of jazzy take on post-punk, with elements of folk, funk, soul, no wave and disc
Brooklyn, Serious Matters (4/6): Serious Matters is a 5 piece Alternative/Post-Hardcore group from Union Beach, NJ. In 2015 Kenny managed to get in contact with Criss during the winter and they began writing. After a long summer of p
Brooklyn, Shiba San (3/30): In recent times Shiba San has garnered a lot of positive attention from every corner, with one foot in his hip hop past and the other embracing the future of house he has found a comfortable collision
Brooklyn, Shinobi Ninja (4/1): Shinobi Ninja is a genre-twisting band with an explosive live show from Brooklyn, NY. Formed in 2008 by friends and colleagues, the group’s six diverse characters create a unique sound as they mash-up
Brooklyn, Simon Doom (4/2): Simon Doom would consider themselves to be a "Pop-Punk" band if, "Pop-Punk didn't mean Pop-Punk." Formed in Brooklyn, NY in late 2014 by singer/guitarist Simon O'Connor, the Doom has been playing regu
Brooklyn, Spafford (4/13): Spafford is a four piece funk rock act hailing from Phoenix, Arizona. The band is comprised of Brian Moss (Guitar), Jordan Fairless (Bass), Andrew “Red” Johnson (Keys), and Nick Tkachyk (Drums). Refus
Brooklyn, Spin Doctors (4/13): The band's Epic debut EP Up For Grabs was recorded live at Wetlands in Lower Manhattan and released in January 1991. (In 1992, these EP tracks were remixed and supplemented by additional live recordin
Brooklyn, Sprocket (4/4): Sprocket is an original band from Brooklyn. The band features thoughtful songwriting, challenging compositions, and adventurous and original improvisation.
Brooklyn, Step Afrika! (4/1): Step Afrika! Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 8pm With its origins in African American fraternities and sororities, stepping is known for its intricate, synchronized patterns of stomps, kicks, claps, and ca
Brooklyn, Sun Voyager (4/12): Sun Voyager is a heavy psychedelic band from the Hudson Valley consisting of Carlos Francisco (vox/guitar), Stefan Mersch (bass), & Kyle Beach (drums).
Brooklyn, superblonde (4/2): Superblonde is a three-piece "space grunge?/apoca?lyptic pop" outfit from NYC made up of members who have spent the majority of their lives playing in bands. Though their musical backgrounds are vast,
Brooklyn, Swear & Shake (4/7): For a moment the room is silent, hanging on to a heart-wrenching ballad. Then, in just a few chords the crowd is swept back on their feet again, dancing, smiling and getting lost in the energy emanati
Brooklyn, Sweet Soubrette (4/8): New York City's Sweet Soubrette is a ukulele-powered indie rock band with dark, poetic lyrics, songs that tell stories, and lush instrumentation. Sweet Soubrette's edgy love songs explore troubled rom
Brooklyn, Sweet Spirit (4/13): Ironically, the nine-piece band Sweet Spirit started as a solo project. Austin singer Sabrina Ellis was going through some distressing times: the band that she fronted for several years, Bobby Jealous
Brooklyn, Tempers (4/8): Tempers are a NYC-based duo comprised of Jasmine Golestaneh and Eddie Cooper. The duo’s dark, ice-cold electronica blends a sinister slow static disco with danceable beats, a hinting of pop sensibilit
Brooklyn, Terra and the Dactyls (4/9): Pop-punk, synth pop, indie rock, rock opera, if the Beastie Boys played musical theater, if Pantera did Cabaret, like female David Bowie had Led Zeppelin's drummer
Brooklyn, The Coathangers (4/20): If you’re familiar with The Coathangers then you probably know the Atlanta group’s premise. The story goes that four young women decided to start a band for the sole purpose of being able to hang out
Brooklyn, The Dares (3/30): The Dares were formed by twin brothers Ben Peterson and Matt Peterson. We began performing in California in 2004. Brandon Shapiro and Anthony Aguirre joined the band in the summer of 2010. Shortly aft
Brooklyn, The Juan Maclean (4/15): The dance world way too often privileges the new, and not many dance artists write albums as good as In A Dream, the third full-length album by The Juan MacLean, this far into their career. The Juan M
Brooklyn, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (3/31 - 4/1): The Last Days of Judas Iscariot is a hilarious, poignant, thought-provoking work by Pulitzer-prize winning playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis.
Brooklyn, The Mad Doctors (4/14): Three bearded, lab-coated creeps strung out on a dumpster beach, hi-fiving the sun. Two parts fuzz, one part reverb, and a jigger of formaldehyde.
Brooklyn, The Mells (4/3): Officially coming together in late 2015, The Mells were the brainchild of Matthew Richards who sought out the perfect creative bodies to occupy the territory of his new songs.
Brooklyn, The Nashville Attitude (4/15): "They're in a Nashville state of mind. They wear Mariachi jackets and white pony hair cowboy boots. They sing songs like "Just a Country Song" and "The Lonely Frontier." And they hail from New York Ci
Brooklyn, The New Ones (4/6): The New Ones appears in 2007 in Grau, Asturies, as Straightforward. On July of 2010, Gabri, the original singer, left the band. Nostic, who sings and plays the guitar, joined the New Ones right after.
Brooklyn, The New Review (4/14): Boston based group The New Review bring a raw and powerful energy to their focused style of old-school funk & soul music, with a modern originality. Arrangements by group leader and guitarist Jesse Ba
Brooklyn, The NYChillharmonic (4/3): The NYChillharmonic is a 22 piece orchestra lead by Sara McDonald. Sara writes and arranges all of the music for this indie-rock-electronic-jazz hybrid ensemble as well as directs it. She also sings a
Brooklyn, The Panels (3/30 - 4/16): OBIE-winner Rick Burkhardt (Three Pianos, The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving) imagines that no matter what your thoughts are on sex education, you've probably got questions about the New Camper movement t
Brooklyn, The Silver Disco (4/1): Silver Disco is made up of Josh Hubi, a Turkish music producer and DJ born and raised in New York City. Understanding that his style of music is fading away, his goal is to revive it, be innovative, a
Brooklyn, The Slants (4/20): Nestled in Portland, Oregon's predominately white and hipster culture is all-Asian American dance rock band, The Slants. Rather than adopting the usual departure points of Portland's music scene - alt
Brooklyn, The Sleeping Tongues (4/14): Ranging Post-Punk core sound.
Dustings of New Wave, Rock, Electronic, Folk, Alternative, Progressive, Pop, Country, R&B.
Brooklyn, The Stupid Stupid Henchmen (4/13): We like punk, we like ska, we like people, we hate cops, we love hanging out and making music together. We are silly gooses.
Brooklyn, The Subtexts (4/9): The Subtexts harken back to the glory days of 80's college rock and post-punk. Drawing from the Replacements, Suprechunk, the Pixies and Dinosaur, Jr., their upbeat, energetic sound never stays too fa
Brooklyn, The Undercover Dream Lovers (4/13): The Undercover Dream Lovers is the American indie psychedelic rock project started by songwriter and producer Matt Koenig. Koenig debuted the first Dream Lovers EP, While It’s In Style, in early April
Brooklyn, Tim Haufe (4/1): Tim Haufe grew up in Poughkeepsie, NY. He began writing songs at age 11. By the time he was a young man, he had already written a significant catalogue of original music. Influenced greatly by the neo
Brooklyn, Tinariwen (4/15): Tinariwen are poet-guitarists and soul rebels from the Southern Sahara desert. Their music expresses the aspirations of their people, the Kel Tamashek or 'Touareg' of the southern Sahara desert. The g
Brooklyn, Tortured Soul (4/11): Before DJs evolved into global superstars, musicians carried the baton. The Brooklyn-based dance trio Tortured Soul isn’t trying to intently rewrite the logic of today’s EDM with the sweat of their ow
Brooklyn, Trans Am (4/11): Formed in 1993, Trans Am remains the trio of Nathan Means (bass, keyboards, vocals), Phil Manley (guitar, keyboards, bass, vocals) and Sebastian Thompson (drums, vocals, bass, guitar, programming).
Brooklyn, tubafresh (4/13): Sing-song melodies and orchestral strings lying somewhere between RnB, Soul and Hip-Hop creates the organic sounds of tubafresh. Drawing from a wide-ranging array of influences, Chanell Crichlow creat
Brooklyn, Turbo Goth (3/30): TURBO GOTH is an Electronic Rock Band from the Philippines circa 2008. Composed of PAOLO PERALTA (on guitars, drum beats, and electronic sampler) and Tattoo Artist/Freelance Illustrator/Model, SARAH G
Brooklyn, Urulu (3/31): Urulu, real name Taylor Freels, is a California boy through and through. With an innate talent for sunny, contemplative chords and clever drum programming, he quickly caught the ear of Berlin's Dirt C
Brooklyn, Wild Adriatic (4/11): Rooted in the rowdy spirit of rock & roll, Wild Adriatic has built an international audience on a combination of groove, grit, and guitar-heavy swagger.
With the power trio's newest album, Feel, band
Brooklyn, Wilder Maker (4/7): A cosmic American band from Brooklyn, NY. Mapping the world one corner at a time.
Brooklyn, Will Clarke (4/20): Bristol is renowned to be a generator of exciting fresh talent in all aspects of art. The fact that the bearded booty-cuddling machine, Will Clarke, is from this part of the world is no surprise to an
Brooklyn, Xiu Xiu (4/6): Xiu Xiu (formed in 2002) is an American experimentally-inclined noise pop group led by the creative prowess of avant-garde musician Jamie Stewart – hailing from San Jose, California, U.S.
Brooklyn, Yellowcake (4/3): Diversity is the key ingredient to the Yellowcake sound. With music that transcends culture, style and language, this NYC band is putting a global pulse on the city's music scene.
Brooklyn, You Bred Raptors (4/1): Born somewhere between the Neolithic Era and the Industrial Revolution, this band of merry gentleman minstrel through the NYC subways with the Music Under New York Program. They also dropkick Woolly M
Brooklyn, Zach Jones (4/8): Royal House Studio is located in Williamsburg, Virginia. Run by Zach Jones providing: Pre-Production, Engineering, Producing, Mixing and Co-writing.
Brooklyn, Zachary Cale (4/13): Zachary Cale is a NYC based songwriter/musician originally hailing from the small southern town of Enon, Louisiana. His music ranges from lyrically driven balladry over American Primitive inspired gui
Cedarhurst, Advanced Shotokan Seminar (4/2): Train with the best as Shihan Norman Robinson, Sensei Gary and Sensei Brian give over their knowledge!
East Setauket, One Year Anniversary Celebration! (4/5): To thank our customers for their support over the past year, we're having a celebration - come in for dinner and receive a complimentary glass of Chateau Peyros Madiran!
Franklin Square, 2017 Winter Gala: Champagne and Diamonds (4/20): "Over the past 5 years, the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at South Nassau Communities Hospital has developed into one of New York’s premier centers for specialized women’s care.
Freeport, Beans and Green Fundraiser (4/1): Beans & Green Fundraiser is an event aimed at bring together health, networking, and entertainment. All proceeds from this fundraiser goes to the 2017 Long Island Kidney Walk (Team Clarabean), benefit
Garden City, Taste of Flight (4/8): On Saturday, April 8, 2017, the Cradle of Aviation Museum will be filled with wines, ciders, & chocolates!
Hampton Bays, 33rd Annual Spaghetti Dinner! (4/2): Help support Rotary's Hampton Bays High School Scholarship that awards $1,000 per year to the winner for each of their 4 years of college.
Huntington, Bill Nye The Science Guy Book Signing (4/3): Science educator, television personality, and New York Times bestselling author Bill Nye will be speaking and signing copies of his new book, Jack and the Geniuses: At The Bottom of the World.
Huntington, Levi Hummon (4/15): Born & raised in Nashville TN, Levi Hummon naturally has songwriting in his blood. Originally expressing his talent via visual art, Levi took an early interest in painting, which he studied at college
Huntington, YMCA 5K Run/Walk in Memory of Marcie Mazzola (4/2): The Huntington YMCA will host the 11th Annual 5K Run/Walk in Memory of Marcie Mazzola. Participants will traverse 5K through the streets of Huntington and around Hecksher Park, while a 1/2 mile
Hyde Park, Yours, Anne (3/25 - 4/2): Based on Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and The Diary of Anne Frank by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett
Long Island City, Female Frequency (4/9): Female Frequency is a community dedicated to empowering women & girls through the creation of music that is entirely female generated.
Long Island City, Scent Of France (4/2): "SCENT OF FRANCE" on APRIL 2ND 2017 AT 5PM with Sungwoo Steven Kim, Flute Michelle Heekyung Lee, Piano Our 8th concert of the season.
Long Island City, SPRING BREAK CAMP @ SECRET THEATRE (4/10 - 4/14): Students learn an entire show in one week!
From the read-through to learning the lines and songs, the teacher will guide the students to a 2pm performance on Friday (parents invited).
Montgomery, Gigantic Yard Sale (4/1): Will Spay Pets 7th Annual Gigantic Yard Sale - Hundreds of items, new, used, antiques, collectibles, kitchen housewares, toys, books, tools and so much more.
New City, Annual Dinner 2017 (4/2): Please come and join us on April 2nd at Historical Society of Rockland County. Looking forward to seeing you there!
New York, #FlyMamas 2017 (4/9): Let's ride together for great births and great beginnings! Please join us for our special Flywheel cycling class to support Choices in Childbirth, a non-profit dedicated to increasing access to health
New York, 10th Annual Gala (4/2): Join us for our 10th Annual Gala and Auction Celebrating the life of Peter Schwalbe ob"m, and honoring Melvyn Trepper with the Legacy award!
New York, 2017 Annual Gala (4/3): As HSNY embarks on its 151st year, join us as we reestablish an important tradition, the Annual Gala. Beginning in 1933, HSNY's Annual Gala's were lavish affairs, attended by members and guests repres
New York, 2017 NYFA Hall of Fame Benefit (4/4): You can now purchase your tickets for the 7th Annual NYFA Hall of Fame Benefit. Cocktails, dinner, art installation, and awards presentation.
New York, 2017 Veggie Pride Parade (4/2): Veggie Pride Parade April 2, 2017 12pm Ninth Ave and Gansevoort St to Union Square.
New York, 23rd Annual Walkathon (4/16): Stomp out pediatric cancer one step at a time! 5K Walk and Fun Family Day with special appearances by Z100’s Street Team and Guest Performer Jax, pediatric cancer survivor and American Idol Season 14
New York, A Little Night Music (3/29 - 4/8): Pace Performing Arts respectfully requests that because of limited seating in the Schaeberle Theater and our desire to share the show with as many large an audience as possible each person only attend
New York, A Mexican Affair (4/20): A Mexican Affair celebrates the relationship between Mexico and the United States and the beautiful cultural influence between both countries.
New York, Aaron Berg (4/3): I am a stand-up comic. I live in New York City. I am not originally from New York City. I am on the great new TV series 24 HOUR RENTAL.
New York, Adam Melchor (4/10): Adam Melchor is a 24 year old recording artist from New Jersey. In his debut EP The Archer, Adam weaves intensely personal lyrics with colloquial melody to create a vivid yet vulnerable narrative. Car
New York, Adam Newman (4/3): Adam Newman is a New Hampshire-born, Georgia-schooled, ex-Brooklyn-based, now LA-based comedian who has appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman, John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show, his own Co
New York, Adelitas Way (4/16): Adelitas Way is a hard rock band that formed in Las Vegas, Nevada, US. The band has often been identified as part of the post-grunge movement due to taking influence from such bands as Audioslave, Nir
New York, Alam Kahn (4/7): Son of the legendary Sarode Maestro Ali Akbar Khan, Alam has been touching the hearts of audiences worldwide for the past 15 years. Since his initial training into the Maihar Seni Gharana at the age o
New York, Albita (4/7): Two time Grammy winner and Emmy-recipient, Albita is the most authentic Cuban singer hailing from Havana that has been able to move the world through her music. Albita is “the reincarnation of a 1930'
New York, Alex English Music (3/31): Alex English is a singer/songwriter from New Jersey, growing her visions and melodies through observing what’s around her as well as her experiences in life. Alex has been singing since the age of 8,
New York, Allan Harris (4/3): Ever since he burst on the jazz scene in the latter part of the twentieth century, The Brooklyn-born, Harlem-based vocalist/guitarist/bandleader/composer Allan Harris has reigned supreme as one of the
New York, Allan Harris (4/10): Ever since he burst on the jazz scene in the latter part of the twentieth century, The Brooklyn-born, Harlem-based vocalist/guitarist/bandleader/composer Allan Harris has reigned supreme as one of the
New York, Andrew Kirell (4/7): Andrew Kirell is a Brooklyn-based songwriter whose music sounds like 2016 going on 1966.
New York, Ann Hampton Callaway (4/18): ANN HAMPTON CALLAWAY is one of the leading champions of the great American Songbook, having made her mark as a singer, pianist, composer, lyricist, arranger, actress, educator, TV host and producer. A
New York, Anna Tivel (3/31): Anna Tivel has spent some quality hours in a dodge caravan repeating lyrical lines over and over until the words fall in time with the windshield wipers.
New York, Anoushka Shankar (4/5): Sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar is one of the leading figures in World Music today. She is deeply rooted in Indian classical music, having studied exclusively with her father, the legendary
New York, Arc & Stones (3/31): Arc & Stones is a rock band born in the heart of NYC and raised in the southern soul of Nashville. Bringing an array of bluesy-soulful styles, Arc & Stones falls in between the lines of Alternative ge
New York, Ardalan (4/15): Range, appeal and a massive dose of nasty, gritty bass are the three chief weapons every Dirtybird artist has in his quiver, but Ardalan seems to be the peak culmination of all those assets in one wie
New York, Arejay Ella (4/14): aReJay has been performing all over, from your standard coffee shop, to college events, venues in New York City & along the east coast. With every performance, aReJay brings heartfelt lyrics, smooth t
New York, Balto (4/6): Take heart with Balto’s Strangers. It channels a feeling — once pervasive in American and British music— that time is ultimately survivable. Whether the hours are flying by or looking bleak, Balto kee
New York, Barkhouse (4/9): At first Barkhouse was an event, a one-night show designed by Will de Zengotita, to showcase some long hidden material. Will was joined by several musicians that night, including old companions Jay Mo
New York, Bastian Bux (4/8): Bastian Bux is the consequence of reducing everything surrounding a DJ and producer to its essential element: the music. That is the intention of Bux: be stripped of all artifice and be judged by his
New York, Belle-Skinner (4/4): Belle-Skinner: singer, songwriter, guitarist, and producer. Nostalgic jazz- and indie-folk. Listen to her album here: https://belle-skinner.bandcamp.com/
New York, Benjamin Clementine (4/13): Benjamin Sainte-Clementine is a charismatic singer-poet, pianist, composer and affecting performer. He hails from London, Edmonton Green, but started his artistic career whilst traveling in Paris, 200
New York, Besomebody 1elevens - NYC (4/11): Besomebody 1elevens are intimate, local events where diverse people from diverse backgrounds come together to share their passions.
New York, Bet With Heart 2017 (4/5): Variety the Children’s Charity of New York invites you to take a chance and join us for an evening of fun at our Bet With Heart casino night fundraiser!
New York, Big Sean (4/11): Sean Anderson, a.k.a. Big Sean, is the newest artist signed to G.O.O.D. Music/Island Def Jam at the young age of 23. Sean was born in Santa Monica, CA and relocated to the west side of Detroit, MI whe
New York, Bikini Carwash (4/6): Bikini Carwash is a fast, energetic rock 'n' roll band made up of four attractive Brooklynites whose cumulative friendship spans half a century. Former members of Metro Stylee, INDK, Dirty Mary, the D
New York, Blood On the Dance Floor (4/5): Death pop solo artist Insanity unleashes his most terrifying & alluring production with Sinners Are Winners. Made from hell. Conjuring industrial elements and blending it with gothic darkness.
New York, Bohemian Bash (4/1): Join us for this offspring of the Beseda Ball and just put on your dancing shoes!
New York, Born Cages (4/7): New York City synth-driven indie/alt rock unpopular pop. New album Exit Signs In A Burning Building out 4/7.
New York, Boss Hog (3/30): Boss Hog was formed in 1989 by Cristina Martinez and Jon Spencer. The band has released three disturbed and sexually provocative studio albums and as many EPs, along with numerous incendiary and slash
New York, Breanna Barbara (4/20): Breanna Barbara was born in Edina, Minnesota and raised in Bradenton, Florida. She began writing and performing songs at house shows and bars in St. Augustine, FL, and traveled around the north and so
New York, Brick Fest Live Returns (4/8 - 4/9): New York Hall of Science is thrilled to bring back Brick Fest Live this year—the ultimate Lego-fan experience for two days only (April 8 + 9). The two day experience will feature special presentations
New York, Bryan and the Aardvarks (4/6): We create music that is lush, cinematic, contemporary jazz, chamber like, and euphonious, infused with a wistful pop sensibility.
New York, Bucky Hayes (4/3): Influenced by the storytelling of classic country and soul. Born in Nashville and raised in Florida and Georgia, Bucky began playing guitar at 14 and started writing his own songs almost immediately.
New York, Cagney The Musical (3/3 - 5/28): CAGNEY is the dramatic new musical that follows the life of the legendary James Cagney from the streets of New York to his rise as one of the brightest stars of Hollywood
New York, Calvin Love (3/30): Only once in every blue moon comes an artist that seems so familiar yet out of space as Calvin Love. Like a stranded space captain locked in his cockpit recording his final thoughts.
New York, Chelsea Grin (4/13): A Chelsea Grin in soccer hooligan terminology is the act of cutting a rivals mouth with either a credit card or blade and then kicking them in the crotch so their mouth muscles split into a bloody gri
New York, Chess Match No. 5 (3/9 - 4/2): For many years Anne Bogart and SITI have wanted to create a project celebrating the great American composer, writer, artist, and philosopher John Cage. Chess Match No. 5 is a play based upon texts fro
New York, Chicano Batman (3/31): They came out of L.A., four young men in vintage formalwear, playing songs that blended Brazilian Tropicalía with early ’70s psychedelic soul and the romantic pop of bands like Los Ángeles Negros. It
New York, Chris McClenney (4/15): 23 year old Maryland native, Chris McClenney grew up listening to a wide variety of music from Jazz to R&B to Soul to Hip-Hop, Funk, Electronic and more. He takes a holistic approaching to making the
New York, Chris Riffle (4/13): "In 2007, Bellingham, WA singer/songwriter Chris Riffle headed east to the other side of the country, taking up residence on New York's Lower East Side and plying his songcraft in the numerous pass-th
New York, Christos Rafalides (4/7): Rhythmically driven and spatially exact, Manhattan Vibes creating a sound of their own.
New York, Citizen Zero (4/6): The Detroit rock outfit—Josh LeMay [vocals], Sammy Boller [lead guitar], John Dudley [drums], and Sam Collins [bass]—deliver arena-size anthems fueled by intricate musicianship on their full-length de
New York, Cocodrills (4/6): Where they're from or how they grew up is entirely irrelevant. When they started off and what their influences were are inconsequential. Listing the popular venues they've played or name dropping arti
New York, Community Passover Seder (4/11): Stephen Wise clergy will lead a musical seder on the second night of Passover unlike any other with good food and wine, engaging conversation, and activities for children.
New York, Conversing with Oceans (4/8): CWO is Alex Bondarev's solo debut.
Born in Russia & grew up in the Bronx. I make music to bridge distant worlds--those within and those oceans apart.
New York, Corey Harper (4/13): Corey Harper is an American singer/songwriter from Portland, Oregon. Born in St. Louis, Missouri to Brad and Robin Harper, Corey began playing guitar at an early age when he came across a Fender Strat
New York, Coyu (4/8): The Big Cat’, Catalan DJ/producer better known internationally as COYU is the priest of the Suara house and techno temple which is without a doubt one of the most prominent imprints in the worldwide e
New York, Crystal Monee Hall (4/17): Crystal Monee Hall's music is a prophetic fusion of folk, gospel, regional blues and soul. After playing numerous roles in the Broadway and National Touring companies of the Tony Award-winning musical
New York, Dan Tedesco (4/14): My story is…..that I have no story, per se. I come from a solid family. It’s a point of pride. I grew up in the far west suburbs of Chicago. My folks weren’t rich, but there wasn’t much that I was lef
New York, Danae (4/8): DANAE’s own voice and writing have been shaped by her time spent living in Russia, Austin, and the Washington, DC area. After moving to Nashville in 2013, she collaborated with music producer Sarin Ku
New York, Dangermuffin (4/12): Charleston, SC’s Dangermuffin is proud to announce the release of their newest studio album Heritage on March 31st, 2017. Themes of sea, sun, and spiritual connection weave through the eight-track rel
New York, Darden Smith (4/14): Darden Smith is a singer-songwriter based in Austin whose thirty-year career redefines what it means to be a musician. In addition to fifteen critically acclaimed albums, Smith continues to break new
New York, Darryl Rahn (4/9): "When someone can captivate you with just a voice and a guitar they're doing something right. Darryl moves his chords and melodies and lyrics around in a way that hooked us."
New York, Das EFX (4/6): Member Skoob hails from Brooklyn, New York City while Krazy Drayzy hails from Teaneck, New Jersey but the two met at Virginia State University in 1988 and began performing together. They named themsel
New York, David Redbranch (3/31): David Redbranch's music explores the sonic territory between Old Weird America and New York City before setting out for parts unknown.
New York, David Rothschild (4/15): David Rothschild is a New York-bred singer, songwriter & guitarist. Showing off a unique americana sound, David's background in Jazz and love of R&B greats make for songs that combine those early infl
New York, Dd White (4/6): New York-based/Michigan-raised kaliedo-pop band with a distinctive rawness, solid rhythm section and a good old-fashioned hooks.
New York, Decora (4/14): Decora is a hip hop artist, DJ, and performance poet based in New York’s Hudson Valley. He is best known for his unique brand of composition, which unites a folk music ethos with hip hop for social ch
New York, Destructo (3/31): Destructo (Gary Richards) began DJing and producing undergrounds in the early 90s in Los Angeles, most notably creating RaveAmerica at Knotts Berry Farm. Rick Rubin subsequently handpicked Gary for A&
New York, DeVotchKa (4/6): DeVotchKa’s new album, “Live with the Colorado Symphony” (Cicero Recordings LTD). The band, a melting pot of genres, forms an authentic and wholly original style of rock ‘n’ roll. DeVotchKa have been
New York, Divining Rod (3/31): A veteran of the New York and Baltimore music scenes, Miyuki Furtado
continues to branch out musically with his latest work as psych-folk-country troubadour, Divining Rod.
New York, DJ Super Nova (3/30): For almost a decade, DJ Super Nova has consistently brought skill, sophistication and positive energy to his nightclub and college bookings as well as his events worldwide. He takes great pride in cur
New York, Don McLean (4/6): McLean developed a keen interest in music at a very young age, and purchased his first guitar aged 16 which he liked to play in front of friends and family. After graduating from school, and making a
New York, Eddie Palmieri (4/17): Eddie Palmieri, NEA Jazz Master and ten-time Grammy Award winner, is a bandleader, arranger and composer of salsa and Latin jazz.
New York, Emily Wells (4/6): Emily Wells is a performer, producer, singer, and composer known for her varied use of classical and modern instrumentation as well as her deft approach to live sampling. Classically trained as a viol
New York, Ephemera (4/2): The name Ephemera (ih-FEM-er-uh) is derived from the word 'ephemeral', which is used to describe the shortness of life and the condition of mortality. To us, this is our way of spending the short amou
New York, Erin ODowd (4/16): Psychadelic Americana made with love in Tulsa. Debut Album "Old Town" (produced by Travis Linville) coming Summer 2017 on Horton Records!
New York, Evening Darling (4/14): Evening Darling formed in 2015 with Erica Lane (vocals), Nick Lerangis (guitars, vocals), Dan Burke (drums) and Dave Letchinger (keyboard), after the quartet spent three years together playing in NYC’
New York, Everything Turned To Color (3/31): Brooklyn-based Everything Turned To Color is the unlikely but serendipitous musical partnership between veteran songwriters Bryan and Kyle Weber and Neha Jiwrajka.
New York, Excerpt (1/26 - 7/2): For generations, artists have used text and books to challenge the purveyors of knowledge and to trouble the certainty of facts.
New York, FAAB: Fashion Arts Autism Benefits Fashion for HOpe (4/7): AHF proudly presents Fashion Arts Autism Benefits (FAAB) Project and the International Runway Show FASHION FOR HOPE on Friday April 7, 2017. This notable event features the incredible artworks created
New York, Fall Of Humanity (4/6): When you look at the word humanity, it's easy to quickly associate it with the entirety of the human race. We often forget though that it also relates to what it means to be human. Characteristics tha
New York, Fountain House One-in-Four 5K (4/8): This exciting run/walk raises vital funds to support Fountain House’s innovative Wellness Program that works to reverse the negative health trends that people with mental illness face every day.
New York, Frances Luke Accord (4/19): Frances Luke Accord are an independent Chicago-based duo hailing originally from South Bend, Indiana. Both dedicated multi-instrumentalists and meticulous songwriters, Nicholas Gunty and Brian Powers
New York, French Horn Rebellion (3/31): French Horn Rebellion is comprised of siblings Robert Perlick-Molinari, former member of the Chicago Civic Orchestra and indie remixer du jour (Sofi Tukker, Robert Delong) and David Perlick-Molinari,
New York, Galantis (4/7): Galantis (formed in 2012) is a Swedish big room, progressive and electro house music production and songwriting duo, hailing from Stockholm, Sweden.
New York, Gamblers (4/4): "Gamblers is a rock-and-roll gang of Brooklyn and Long Island natives. Led by Michael McManus, a hip-hop producer who has worked with many including Heems (Das Racist) and Meek Mill, and professional
New York, Garland Jeffreys (4/15): Forty years into his storied career, Garland Jeffreys is enjoying the kind of creative second wind most artists can only hope for the first time around, earning a swarm of critical accolades and exper
New York, George Burton (4/5): "George Burton represents what many of Jazz’s most exciting figures hoped the genre would become precarious, dynamic, revolutionary... unable to be contained.” — NEXTBOP
New York, Gideon (4/13): Tuscaloosa, Alabama brings us Gideon, an aggressive, melodic hardcore band with an already impressive repertoire. Well-placed gang vocals and a powerful front man set Gideon apart from many of their p
New York, Girl Blue (4/19): Girl Blue is the brain child and alter ego of singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Arielle O’Keefe. She debuted her first recorded release on October 5, 2016 with an EP titled “I Am Not A Star
New York, Gold Magnolias (4/14): The Gold Magnolias: Magnolium Aurum: A very rare species of gilded flora native to the U.S. South, but found lately amongst the evergreens and seldom-greens of New York City. Born in a hot house in Br
New York, Goodnight Texas (4/6): Goodnight, Texas got a post office in 1888. Some time later, Patrick Dyer Wolf and Avi Vinocur came across each other out in San Francisco and took to learning each other's melodies. Young Avi came fr
New York, Gozu (4/6): Gozu first emerged on the scene in 2010, after the release of their seven track, self-titled EP, Gozu heave the rock yet embody the soul on songs like human-liberation anthem “Rise Up”, and the D.A.R.
New York, Graveyard Lovers (4/13): 'Dreamers' is a hugely promising debut from a dynamic trio carrying the torch of Pixies, Stripes, Sonic Youth, and your favorite indie-grit Gods.' - CraveOnline.com
New York, Gustafer Yellowgold (4/1): Grammy™ nominated songwriter/cartoonist Morgan Taylor combines his catchy and weird pop tunes with moving illustrations for a one-of-a-kind multimedia experience. An "All-Ages Alternative" family show
New York, Haakons Fault (4/20): A progressive band fusing rock, funk, metal and jazz influences, Haakon's Fault balances tight sections, driving choruses, and roaring solos to create an explosive sound that is polished and deep. Hai
New York, Harlem Gospel Choir (4/12): Harlem Gospel Choir is the premier gospel choir in America. It travels the globe, sharing its joy of faith through its music, & raising funds for children's charities. The Choir was founded in 1986 by
New York, Harrison Greenbaum (4/18): One of Comedy Central's "Comics to Watch" and the winner of the Andy Kaufman Award, Harrison is one of the most in-demand comics in the country.
New York, Hearts Home USA Gala 2017 (4/18): Join the 2017 edition of Heart’s Home’s annual benefit, uniting leaders in politics, business and art to further the cause of compassion and human dignity!
New York, Hector Romero (4/1): Hector Romero’s intro into the DJ world began at the age of 13. Then nicknamed “DJ Baby Hec,” the Bronx native landed his first job at
La Mirage, known at the time as one of the hottest dance clubs
New York, herMajesty (4/12): NYC Indie Band herMajesty Release Stellar New Single – Indie Rock Cafe
New York, Hey Monea! (4/5): For brothers Dan and Nate Monea, their time is meant to be spent doing what they love – writing, recording and performing music. “Even though Nate was just 13 and I was 16 when we played our first sho
New York, Highland Divas (4/6): The Highland Divas have sung everywhere from Madison Square Garden for the New York Rangers to Carnegie Hall. They are regular musical guests on the popular television show, "Hour Of Power," taped in
New York, Hook n Sling (4/7): Australian DJ / Producer, Anthony Maniscalco better known by his stage name Hook N Sling, has a proven history of releasing records that cut through the noise, showing a constant evolution ahead of th
New York, Hot 8 Brass Band (4/19): Transcending genres and trends, Hot 8 have performed and collaborated with a wide range of artists, from Lauryn Hill to Mos Def to the Blind Boys of Alabama, and were nominated for a Grammy in 2013 fo
New York, Humble Tripe (4/15): The collection, both a nod to their classical performance roots, and a jumping off point to their future, finds Humble Tripe presented here live, unplugged, unedited, and powerfully moving on their la
New York, I Am Snow Angel (4/6): I AM SNOW ANGEL fuses digital and organic elements, resulting in a sound that is both ethereal and earthy. The music is composed, performed, produced and engineered by recording artist Julie Kathryn.
New York, I Am The Polish Army (3/31): From the privacy of a dorm room in 2005 to the streets of Brooklyn in 2016, I Am The Polish Army has come a long way since singer-guitarist Emma DeCorsey first considered the strength of her voice and
New York, IKILLYA (4/6): IKILLYA are a NYC based metal band who have just wrapped up 2 years of supporting Vae Victis (released via Megaforce Recordings Inc), with yet another self booked 40+ date tour. This time we covered
New York, email@example.com (4/13): Hailing from Kilmarnock, Scotland, Biffy Clyro are a power-rock trio who, through many years of hard work and determination, have broken into the mainstream with their hugely anthemic sound.
New York, inHarlem: Rudy Shepherd (8/25 - 7/25): inHarlem: Rudy Shepherd will bring to Jackie Robinson Park the most recent of the artist’s series of sculptures created to dispel people’s feelings of racial prejudice, violence or ordinary disdain.
New York, Interfaith Passover Seder (4/2): Come and enjoy an Interfaith Passover Seder led by Rabbis Leah Berkowitz and Perry Berkowitz.
New York, J. Phlip (4/15): Jessica Phillippe is diehard, born with true grit and skills to pay the bills. Despite her success with the Dirtybird gang, she's still out there in record stores on the regular... digging, uncovering
New York, Jackson Whalan (4/5): Jackson Whalan is a multi-talented lyricist, producer, and performer, bringing a transformative variety of hip-hop and electronic bass music.
New York, Janita (4/6): The buzz and anticipation surrounding Brooklyn-based artist Janita (pronounced YA-nee-tuh) is as unsurprising as it is palpable. Standing room only concerts and sold out festivals have cemented her re
New York, Jeff Litman (4/11): Somewhere on the homestretch to an actual doctorate in classical guitar (yes, they have them), the phenomenally accomplished musician Jeff Litman turned to face the awful truth: his true talent wasn't
New York, Jeffrey Martin (3/31): Jeff Martin was raised in Windsor, Ontario and started playing the guitar at age 8. He formed his first band at age 11 and decided, then and there, that this is what he wanted to do with his life. In
New York, Jennifer Hall (4/13): Sounds from the 60's and 70's to Adele, Paloma Faith, Amy Winehouse, Etta James, Frank Sinatra and more. Weddings, parties, corporate events and tuition.
New York, Joe Locke (4/17): Joe Locke is widely considered to be one of the major voices of his instrument. He has performed and recorded with a diverse range of notable musicians, including Grover Washington Jr, Kenny Barron, E
New York, Joey DeFrancesco (4/20): Joey DeFrancesco’s emergence in the 1980s marked the onset of a musical renaissance. Organ jazz had been a form of music that literally went into hibernation from the mid-seventies to the mid-eighties
New York, Jon Dee Graham (4/5): Jon Dee Graham is a guitarist and songwriter from Austin, Texas. A former member of the True Believers with Alejandro Escovedo, Graham is the only musician ever to be inducted into the Austin Music Ha
New York, Josh Evans (4/13): JOSH EVANS, born and raised in Hartford, CT, was drawn to the trumpet after hearing a Roy Eldridge and Dizzy Gillespie recording at the age of 10. Josh began studying with Raymond ‘Dr. Rackle’ William
New York, Josh Ritter (4/18): A guileless, boy-next-door voice belies the depth and ambition of Josh Ritter’s songs, whether he is confessing a simple crush or following his thoughts on a long, Whitmanesque incantation.
New York, Jswiss (4/5): JSWISS is an adept lyricist who embodies the essence of hip hop with an infusion of soul.
New York, Judy Blank (4/6): Folky singer-songwriter from the Netherlands. I love: to travel, VW T1's, Louisiana, vintage and everyday magic ?
New York, Julia Wolfe (4/19): Julia Wolfe is a quirky Singer-Songwriter hailing from the southwest of Connecticut. With background in guitar and piano, Julia supports her melismatic vocal lines and genuine poetry with creative acc
New York, Kate Grom (4/3): Two years ago, singer-songwriter Kate Grom was torn between practicality and being her true self. She had graduated college after a transformative time finding her authentic musical voice, and was pur
New York, Kate Tempest (4/13): Kate Tempest grew up in South-East London, where she still lives. She started out as a rapper, toured the spoken word circuit for a number of years, and now works as a poet and playwright too. Her wor
New York, Katie Buxton (4/14): Music has been a part of Katie Buxton’s life since the beginning. Her journey in song began with humming in the car before she could talk. Throughout elementary and middle school she was trained in vo
New York, Keiko Matsui (4/9): Keiko Matsui is a Japanese producer, contemporary Jazz Pianist and composer who has released 20+ albums to international acclaim in her three decade career
New York, Kevin Mcwha Steele (4/2): Kevin McWha Steele is a poet and songwriter, who finds inspiration through singing, writing poetry/lyrics, and travel. After studying music and poetry in France for four years, he relocated to New Yor
New York, Kevin Saunderson (4/7): Platinum-selling recording artist, label boss, festival promoter, true innovator in the pantheon of popular music, cultural champion, cracking DJ: there’s a lot to be said about Kevin Saunderson.
New York, Kingdom Jasmine (3/30): Kingdom Jasmine is an American folk band consisting of Josh Turner, Carson McKee, and Bob Barrick. The group's music is inspired by a wide range of styles including traditional folk, classic rock n' r
New York, Kingpins Sponsorship 2017 (4/17): Launched in 2011, Kingpins is an annual bowling competition organized exclusively for the NYC startup community by InSITE Fellows.
New York, Kinky Friedman (4/17): Check out the Utopia Rescue Ranch, which we urge you to like and support. Stay posted here too for important, exciting announcements about Kinky’s “Victory” tour in the U.S. in August, exclusive Austr
New York, Kip Winger (4/9): C F Kip Winger, the multi-platinum recording artist, may be known best for his success with Winger and his early days as a bass player with Alice Cooper. However the range and scope of his musical jou
New York, Kiyomi Valentine (4/14): Lead singer of Hunter Valentine, L Word season 3 cast member and LGBTQ super rainbow fighter extraordinaire
New York, Kolars (4/7): Rob Kolar sings and strums his rollicking guitar, Lauren Brown uses her whole body as a percussive instrument.
New York, Kreator (4/14): KREATOR‘s, who fascinatingly succeed in exploring new horizons while challenging and reinventing themselves time and again, resulting in high impact results - as is perfectly illustrated by their new
New York, Krychek (4/4): Krychek is a singer-song writer/producer providing you with the cinematically inspired soundtrack for all of the emotional points in life.
New York, KT Sullivan (4/10): KT Sullivan was named artistic director of The Mabel Mercer Foundation in 2012, the presenters of the annual Cabaret Convention. She starred in the Broadway revival of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and he
New York, Kyle Carey (4/3): We're kicking off Tartan Week 2017 with Gaelic Americana performer, Kyle Carey! Join us for an evening of one of a kind folk music
New York, Kyle Shedrick (4/8): Kyle Shedrick was born in Buffalo NY. Due to his parents’ dependency and abuse with drugs, their living conditions and lifestyle weren’t safe to raise a child; so at 8 months, Kyle’s parents sent him
New York, Kyshona Armstrong (4/8): Kyshona, a music therapist gone rogue, hails from the small town of Irmo, SC (home of Vanna White and the Okra Strut). She grew up listening to her grandfathers singing in the gospel choir, aunts and
New York, L Train (3/30): Beginning as subway buskers, NYC's Funk/Punk band LTrain’s story, is a New York story. As featured in The Noise Beneath The Apple, an art book about the city’s street performers written by Heather Jac
New York, Laila Biali (4/10): "It is the ultimate task given to the musician, whether as singer or instrumentalist, to create a unique signature or fingerprint that is instantly recognisable as their own. What is surprising and de
New York, LAND Studio and Gallery Benefit Dinner (4/6): THE LEAGUE EDUCATION AND TREATMENT CENTER INVITES YOU TO ATTEND A BENEFIT DINNER, AUCTION AND EXHIBITION TO SUPPORT THE LAND STUDIO AND GALLERY
New York, Lauren Marsh (4/15): Compared to artists like Florence + The Machine, alternative indie singer-songwriter Lauren Marsh, inspired by a mix of acoustic and synth sounds, tells stories about discovering inner strength on her
New York, Lenten Vespers (4/7): Join us for an evening of prayer as we conclude our community's observance of Lent and prepare for Holy Week.
New York, LeRuz La Rose (4/4): R&B, Hip-Hop Soul singer-songwriter LeRuz La Rose was born in Los Angeles, California raised in The South Bronx. LeRuz has multiple talents but has a strong passion for music which lead her to write p
New York, Lifes Work by Dr. Willie Parker (4/6): Celebrating the release of Physicians for Reproductive Health Board Chair Dr. Willie Parker’s book Life’s Work: A Moral Argument for Choice.
New York, Live and Let Die (3/30): Live and Let Die features a four piece band including, Tony Kishman and Jim Owen on keyboards, guitar, bass and vocals, John Brosnan and John Merjave on guitar, Chris Camilleri on Drums and vocals, as
New York, Louis Futon (4/15): Hailing from Philadelphia, 23 year old Tyler Minford AKA Louis Futon has risen to prominence over the course of only two years. Heavily influenced by Hip-Hop, Louis Futon is the only producer ever to
New York, Lydia Lunch (4/3): Lydia Lunch is passionate, confrontational and bold. Whether she’s attacking the patriarchy and its pornographic warmongering, turning the sexual into the political or whispering a love song to the br
New York, Madison McFerrin (4/1): Madison McFerrin is a born and bred Soul artist who combines the story telling once revered in the past with the sound of the 21st century.
New York, Maggie Rogers (4/11): I'm a songwriter, producer, and performer from Brooklyn. I'm an optimist. I'm a feminist. I'm loud when I laugh. I'm freckled. I love my old jeans. I love pink eye shadow. I cry when I dance sometimes
New York, Marcos Carnaval (4/15): Marcos Carnaval is one of the most respected DJs and producers to come out of Brazil. This acclaimed NY-based executive has produced, remixed and licensed tracks for labels such as Tommy Boy, Universa
New York, Marcus Strickland (4/11): Marcus Strickland’s debut Blue Note/ Revive Records release Nihil Novi (Latin for Nothing New) is about our relationship with time: how many things in the world can seem new, but are actually cyclical
New York, Martin Tetzlaff (3/31): For more than 15 years Martin Tetzlaff is part of Berlin underground scene. The Neukölln singer-songwriter can on an eventful past bac kschauen. While he left his mark on a solo career and in his band
New York, Matt Baker (4/20): For over 10 years Matt has been headlining venues all over North America. His young, hip comedy show has made people roar from Prince George to Puerto Rico. He has done shows in all 50 states, was fea
New York, Matt Knife (4/8): I've been lucky enough to have the opportunity to thrill audiences in 21 countries across 4 continents and have been led on to shatter more Guinness World Records than any other magician ever - a gran
New York, Me Nd Adam (4/3): Me Nd Adam is the depraved result of a relationship between a self-loathing egotist and a boisterous, red-headed emotional wreck. After meeting in New Orleans and hating each other, Adam & Vince parte
New York, Midnight Mob (4/6): The New York based powerhouse rockers in Midnight Mob have staked their claim at the intersection of punk, metal, blues, and soul. Raspy-voiced chanteuse Blackey Deathproof, guitarist Mickey Squeeze,
New York, Miles Nielsen & the Rusted Hearts (4/2): Rockford, IL-based Miles Nielsen has spent nearly a decade enthralling audiences with music that draws force from the prime years of Western-influenced rock music and classic ‘60s soul. Claiming influ
New York, Miqayel Voskanyan (4/5): Miqayel Voskanyan & friends is a Yerevan, Armenia – based folk fusion , conteporary folk jazz music band . Formed in 2011, the band has managed to create modern, innovative music in Armenia with an an
New York, Miramar (3/31): In most of Latin America, if you’re by the sea, there is bound to be a place called Miramar very close by. It will typically have a postcard view of the sea – and if music is playing, chances are that
New York, Mitchell Grey (4/14): "To understand the beauty of Mitchell Grey’s artistic chemistry, compare Ryan Bandong’s solo recording of his hit song “Hazel” to the version he performs with bandmates Joseph Diaz, Napon Pintong, and
New York, Monument of a Memory (4/13): New Jersey’s Monument Of A Memory pride themselves on making eclectic, heavy, and original music. In the words of bassist Joshua Correa, “you will never hear the same song twice from us.”
New York, Musae (4/3): Musae is the leading female contemporary vocal band on the American scene. Comprised of a cappella superstars from New York, LA, Atlanta, and Houston, these women move audiences all over the world wit
New York, My Lonely Heart (4/9): Alternative Rock band from New Jersey. "Learning How To Live" EP out now!
New York, Nancy & Beth (4/10): Nancy And Beth, the self-described punk vaudeville band led by Megan Mullally and Stephanie Hunt, are proud to share the new album art and first video for their self-titled debut album, out April 7. C
New York, Nappy Roots (4/14): Life, Liberty and The Pursuit of Nappyness: In an economically recessed climate, Nappy Roots has joined the rest of the nation in trying to understand and work through financial and emotional struggle
New York, Nat Osborn Band (4/1): Brooklyn-based Nat Osborn Band fuses elements of rock, funk, big band, and a myriad of other styles around Osborn's catchy, intelligent songwriting,
New York, Nathaniel Bellows (4/12): Nathaniel Bellows was born in Boston, Massachusetts and attended Middlebury College and Columbia University. He is the author of a novels, On This Day, Nan, and a collection of poems, Why Speak?, alon
New York, Nebbiolo vs. Pinot Noir (4/1): Great grapes make great wines, and this tasting features two of the very best: Nebbiolo and Pinot Noir.
New York, New Kingston (4/15): New Kingston, is a Brooklyn-Bred roots reggae musical group. Anyone familiar with the family five-piece knows that the majority of their music is focused on inner strength and determination, encouragi
New York, New World vs. Old World: April 7th on Yacht Manhattan (4/7): Wine and Cheese. New World vs. Old World. European Wine vs. Local Cheese- Featuring cheese aged in specialty caves in NYC and Brooklyn with wines perfectly paired from France, Italy, Spain and beyond!
New York, New York Cares Trivia Night (4/4): Enjoy happy hour specials, fabulous prizes, and the chance to show off what you know at what promises to be a fun-filled evening.
New York, Nicky Barbato Project (4/17): Nicky Barbato is a guitarist, bandleader, composer, and educator based in Queens, New York.
New York, NYC Alumni Roadshow (4/4): Please join us at Flatiron Hall for our NYC Alumni Roadshow on April 4th!
New York, Obituary (4/14): Upon switching their name from Xecutioner to Obituary, the career of one of the most successful and influential Death Metal bands began. Hailing from Florida and featuring John Tardy (vocals), brother
New York, OBrother (4/13): Comfort zones are overrated—just ask the five members of the Atlanta-based rock outfit O’Brother. When they decamped from their home turf in early 2013 to take over a rented house on wintry Long Islan
New York, Ocean Music (4/7): Ocean Music is a four-piece group from both American coasts, presenting expansive arrangements of already-wide songs. Ocean Music began in the summer of 2013 as a songwriting project for New York-base
New York, Odds Lane (4/1): Start with a simple base of driving Blues Rock guitar riffs and funky R&B grooves.Next mix varying amounts of reggae, new wave, swamp boogie, and garage rock.
Then serve with a melody that will delig
New York, Odell Fox (4/20): Three men, two guitars, a large bass, original Americana music. Sometimes a mandolin.
New York, OM Lab: Offer Your Voice (2/3 - 5/8): Tune in to the sacred sound of the universe, and contribute your voice to the largest collective chant of OM ever generated.
New York, On the Exhale (2/7 - 4/2): Roundabout Underground presents On the Exhale, a provocative world premiere from Martín Zimmerman, directed by Tony nominee Leigh Silverman (Well, Roundabout’s Violet).
New York, Ophira Eisenberg (4/3): I'm a comedian, writer, and host of NPR's trivia show Ask Me Another. I have been featured on Comedy Central, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The Today Show and hopefully more.
New York, Paint & Sip! (4/7): Join Emily & Shannon, our teaching artists as they take you through the steps of creating your very own painting masterpiece, all while sipping away and learning about several wines.
New York, Pale Moon Gang (4/1): Pale Moon Gang reflects the raw aggressiveness and tender underbelly of New York, the city they call home. With riffs that grab you and won't let go, the GANG creates a smoldering energy that rides on
New York, Paul Pfau (4/5): Nashville’s Paul Pfau (rhymes with "wow") is a modern-day troubadour, a skilled and eager listener, with a gift for setting the truths of love, life and loss to music. His talent for taking in and re-
New York, Pedrito Martinez Group (4/11): Pedro Pablo “Pedrito” Martinez was born in Havana, Cuba, Sept 12, 1973. He began his musical career at the age of 11, performing as vocalist and percussionist with such Cuban legends as Tata Guines an
New York, Pierre Bensusan (4/8): "Bensusan is very much his own animal. It’s like listening to a butterfly, to dappled sunshine coming through quaking aspens. His music flits and darts around like fish in a pool. And his compositions
New York, Pints and Puppies: New York City (4/2): Pints & Puppies brings all of your favorite things together: Craft Beers, a Social Setting at your favorite watering hole, and Man’s Best Friend.
New York, Point Break Live! (4/1): This meta parody of 90s extreme action blockbuster Point Break takes the audience along for the ride as FBI agent Johnny Utah is abused by the bureau, hazed by the LA surf community
New York, Polar Bear Plunge: Spring Cleaning (4/2): Vol. 4 of Arctic's POLAR BEAR PLUNGE is happening right AFTER April Fool's Day Our theme this time will be SPRING CLEANING
New York, Pow Pow (3/31): Pow Pow are the owners of a very distinct sound, nurtured during the past four years of playing together and touring. A thoroughly gelled five-man strong unit, Pow pow's pulsating rhythm section, velv
New York, Power of the Sexes (3/30 - 4/2): A unique production featuring monologues, scenes, and improvisation. The theme is about gender and the brain; specifically differences and similarities between women and men.
New York, Pysanka Workshop I (4/1): Please come and join us on April 1st at Ukrainian Institute of America. Looking forward to seeing you there!
New York, Quinn Devlin & The Bridge Street Kings (4/15): Quinn Devlin & the Bridge Street Kings are a rhythm & blues orchestra born out of Columbia University in 2014. Most recently they have independently recorded and released their debut EP to great revie
New York, Raghu Dixit (4/9): One of India's best contemporary folk bands and currently, India's biggest cultural export! For bookings / enquiries call Gaurav (+91 99005 16145)
New York, Randy Weston African Rhythms Quintet (4/6): After contributing six decades of musical direction and genius, Randy Weston remains one of the world's foremost pianists and composers today, a true innovator and visionary. Encompassing the vast rhy
New York, Ring Twice for Miranda (1/24 - 4/16): Ring Twice for Miranda is a tragi-comedy set in difficult times, roiled by economic upheavals. A man known only as Sir rules with a vengeance, but it’s Miranda who adds intrigue to his life.
New York, Ron Gallo (4/20): I have probably spent too much time being pissed off and upset with humanity; how far we’ve let ourselves go. Just another millennial guy with large hair trying in earnest to take on the weight of the
New York, Ryan Hommel (4/15): While most kids were playing cops and robbers, Ryan Hommel was playing Elvis. Now 27, while most of his peers are just attempting to find their footing in the workforce, Hommel is already a touring ve
New York, Salif Keita (4/1): The descendant of warrior princes, the son of two black African parents, Afro-pop pioneer Salif Keita was born “white.” Inheriting albinism, a lack of skin pigmentation, Keita instantly stood out amon
New York, Sammy Kay (4/7): The solo endeavor of Philadelphia based musician Jesse Moore. Stay tuned.
New York, Sannhet (4/8): Sannhet was founded in Brooklyn, NY in late 2010 and they released their debut LP Known Flood via Sacrament Records (St. Vitus Bar’s label) in February of 2013 to great critical acclaim. Most recently
New York, Sara Ontaneda (4/9): Ecuadorian-American singer-songwriter based in NYC with folk, R&B, and latin influences.
New York, Sarah Mcgowan (4/2): Sarah began writing songs at the age of 14, performing her first original piece at a high school composition concert in her hometown of Darien, CT in 2007. She continued to write and perform locally.
New York, Savon Bartley (3/30): Savon Bartley is a poet, teaching artist, and an only child from North Chicago. He is hardly home but is currently always repping in New York City.
New York, Scott Rocco (4/2): Scott Rocco has become recognized as a compelling singer/songwriter. Thus far, he’s performed in many different regions of the USA laying support for his inspiring music. His endless search for optimi
New York, Scraps: Fashion, Textiles and Creative Reuse (9/23 - 4/16): Offering creative, alternative approaches to confronting textile waste, Scraps: Fashion, Textiles and Creative Reuse will present the work of three designers who put sustainability at the heart of the
New York, Sea Kelp (4/15): SEA KELP was formed by NYC artist Gideon Stein. This eclectic unit brings pretty/gritty rock tones seasoned with pop sensibility with an occasional dip into prog/punk. “After a period of intense instr
New York, Sean Rowe (4/19): Friends, it's time for the 2016 recap. The past year has proved to be an epic journey for my musical life. It took a real leap of faith to get to the point we’re at now.
New York, Sertab Erener (3/31): Sertab Erener has sold nearly 5 million albums and has received numerous awards in her unprecedented music career in Turkey. He has worked with world-renowned artists such as Jose Carreras and Ricky M
New York, SEV Leaders Night 3 (4/4): On April 4th 2017, SEV and FABSIT will be hosting SEV Leaders Night at the Princeton Club of New York.
New York, Silverbird (4/13): Rising in the New York City music scene is Silverbird. With influences as diverse as Wilco, Heartless Bastards, and Sparklehorse, and a life story that includes a stint playing with Lana Del Rey and i
New York, Simon Kirke (4/1): Legendary drummer Simon Kirke kept the beat for two of the most popular bluesy hard rockers - Free and Bad Company.
New York, Sinners Are Winners (4/5): Death pop solo artist Insanity unleashes his most terrifying & alluring production with Sinners Are Winners. Made from hell. Conjuring industrial elements and blending it with gothic darkness. Cinemat
New York, Skinny Lister (4/2): Skinny Lister are not your average, modern day, gentrified English folk group. Fronted by Dan Heptinstall and Lorna Thomas; a vocalist with a lusty cackle and flirtatious presence, the London based si
New York, Skydaddy (3/30): SkyDaddy -- a funky, soulful jam band based in NYC and its tri-state area -- is dedicated to bringing meaningful sing-along jams to audiences in the northeast and beyond. The roots of the band formed
New York, Some Kind of Animal (4/8): Some Kind of Animal started as a side project between songwriters and friends Anthony Jardine and Tim Mulhern
New York, Something Like Seduction (4/14): Something Like Seduction is a 4 piece reggae/alternative band that was formed in October of 2011. With heavy reggae basslines, sweeping lead guitar licks and hard hitting melodic choruses, SLS creates
New York, Son Volt (4/7): Band Members
Jay Farrar (vocal, guitar, harmonica), Andrew Duplantis (bass, backing vocal), Jacob Edwards (drums), Chris Frame (guitar), and Mark Spencer (keyboard, steel guitar).
New York, Sondre Lerche (4/15): Brooklyn-based Norwegian singer/songwriter/composer/guitarist. His eclectic and richly melodic debut, Faces Down, written and recorded at 16, was named among the best albums of the year, and listed as
New York, Spanking Charlene (4/15): Spanking Charlene's sing about life and romance in New York City. Their sound combines the soaring vocals of Charlene McPherson with the band's hard driving guitar grooves Their latest record is "Wher
New York, Special Screening: 1984 (4/4): IFC Center joins over 90 other arthouse theaters around the country in bringing George Orwell's dystopian classic 1984, starring the late John Hurt, back to the big screen on April 4th.
New York, Stan Lee (4/18): Known to millions as the man whose Super Heroes propelled Marvel to its preeminent position in the comic book industry, Stan's co-creations include Spider-Man™, The Incredible Hulk™, X-Men™, The Fanta
New York, Steel Panther (4/6): Hilariously satirical hair metal band who claimed to have missed the boat in the 80s, Steel Panther hail from Los Angeles, US, and have been windmilling their long blonde locks to their rumbling riffs
New York, Stolas (4/1): We started playing music as Stolas on August 17th, 2011. We've been touring and writing ever since.
New York, Stop Light Observations (4/1): For as long as Americans have sought the illusions of comfort and security in materialism and wealth, there have been those who rejected the predictability of conformity in search of something more au
New York, Stories of Olde New York Walking Tour (3/4 - 4/29): On our STORIES OF OLDE NEW YORK TOUR see the many vestiges of the Lower East Side from yesteryear. Regale in a dozen mostly forgotten stories from New York's past.
New York, Stress and Human Evolution (4/5): Data from New Zealand and the United States will be utilized to investigate the biological impacts of exposure to stressors such as trauma, poverty, and racial discrimination.
New York, Sulene (4/4): Sulene van der Walt is a South African New Yorker who's widely known as the lead guitarist for Nate Ruess (of fun.). Her guitar playing has been heard everywhere from DIY clubs in Brooklyn to the East