Like at night one, Billie Joe Armstrong's new band played most of their debut album Love Is For Losers and many of the same covers (Ramones, Stones, Replacements, etc), and this time also worked in David Bowie's ”Ziggy Stardust” and more Green Day songs.
The show featured Amy Helm (playing Sister Rosetta Tharpe’s “Didn’t It Rain”), Cassandra Jenkins (playing Nancy Sinatra’s “Bang Bang”), The Barr BRothers (playing The Staple Singers’ “I’m Coming Home”), Nicki Bluhm (playing Dusty Springfield’s “Son of a Preacher Man”), Courtney Marie Andrews (playing Emmylou Harris’ “Bluebird Wine” and Bonnie Raitt’s “Love Has No Pride), Craig Finn (playing Patti Smith’s “Peaceable Kingdom”), and much more...
"Welcome to Joe’s Pub! What a shithole!" That's how Nellie McKay, referencing our President, greeted the crowd for her Joe's Pub show on Monday (1/15) which was part of this year's APAP industry conference as well as The Public Theater's Under the Radar Festival...
A few years back, Ali Sethi and Sunny Jain met while independently involved in a theatrical collaboration. Sethi, a Pakistani writer and singer, has made a name for himself in recent years as a playback singer (where the singer's voice is dubbed over the actor, typically found in South Asian films) and also collaborated with the Swet Shop Boys on their track "Aaja." Sethi is in the process of moving from Lahore to the United States and, while in New York, he and Jain (the NYC based bandleader of Red Baraat) reconnected for a new musical collaboration...
The 91st annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade made its way through two and a half miles of Manhattan, from Central Park West to Herald Square, on Thursday (9/22) morning. The annual tradition unfolded under tight security following the bike lane truck attack less than a month ago, on Halloween.
Spektor and her full band had performed at the venue earlier on the tour but she brought the run to the end with solo performances, which found her alternating between her grand piano, keyboard, guitar, the lid of the grand piano as percussion for one song, and wooden chair (for percussion or just because "I like to hit shit" as Spektor said).
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