Entries tagged with: Carnegie Hall
NYC-area Morrissey tickets are going on sale Friday. Bowery Ballroom (21+), Webster Hall (18+), and Wellmont Theatre (all ages) go on sale at
noon 11:00. Carnegie Hall's sale also starts at 11am (also all ages). All four shows are presented by The Bowery Presents. Ticket prices are above. All dates are HERE.
At 35, Bird has spent almost 15 years working relentlessly for the sort of exposure he now seems poised to enjoy. "Six years ago, when I was still struggling, I just wanted to go anywhere in the world and play for 300 people," he says.Andrew's new album Noble Beast is now streaming at NPR.
And yet when I first met Bird a couple of weeks before the Hideout show, he didn't have the air of an underappreciated artist finally about to be given his due. On the contrary, he seemed worried about losing control over a career that he is accustomed to micromanaging. He wondered, for instance, if "Noble Beast" was perhaps being promoted too aggressively. Bird's publicist had wanted him to play one of the first shows on his coming tour at Radio City Music Hall (capacity: 6,000). Bird was concerned that it was too big a venue, that he might fail to make a connection with the audience and that things could easily spiral downward from there. They compromised on Carnegie Hall, which seats about 3,000.
"A lot of bands get hyped and go from playing for no one to playing for thousands of people, most of whom are standing there with their arms folded saying, 'O.K., are you really as good as everyone says you are?' " Bird told me. "I've never had to deal with that. I've gotten here by winning one person at a time."
[Sunday's NY Times Magazine]
'Years of Refusal' - the new studio album from Morrissey - will be released on February 16th, 2009, preceded by the single 'I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris', released on February 9th.Morrissey-solo.com is reporting a rumored NYC show at Carnegie Hall on March 26th with Eli 'Paperyboy' Reed. Whether that info is exactly correct or not, it is true that Morrissey is touring the U.S. in March. Tickets for a few dates are already listed at Ticketmaster.
'I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris' will be supported by two new songs 'Because Of My Poor Education' and 'Shame Is The Name', the latter featuring additional vocals by Chrissie Hynde.
Chrissie Hynde also has some upcoming shows scheduled. All known Morrissey dates below...
Le Poisson Rouge's ode to Philip Glass/Chuck Close (more by Chris La Putt)
As someone kindly pointed out, tickets are now on sale for the 2009 Tibet House Benefit concert happening at Carnegie Hall on February 3rd. The list of artists confirmed so far is in the title of this post.
Vampire Weekend are in the middle of their three-night NYC run at Terminal 5.
The Tibet show is a month before the REM show at Carnegie Hall that Patti Smith is also playing and which was organized by Michael Dorf who has Philip Glass playing multiple shows at his new City Winery.
The Tibet House benefit show is an annual show put on by Philip Glass. Patti Smith has played it before. So has Antony, Sufjan Stevens, The Black Keys, Trey, Ray Davies, Lou Reed, Laurie Anderson, Damien Rice, Band of Horses, and many, many more.
Video of Antony performing "You are My Sister" in 2006 (a fine moment), below...
Throwing Muses with Kristen Hersh, Kimya Dawson, Ingrid Michaelson, Glenn Hansard of The Frames & Swell Season, Apples in Stereo, Tommy James and the Shondells, Jolie Holland, Keren Ann, Guster, The Db's, Bob Mould, Vic Chesnutt & Elf Power, Rachel Yamagata, Calexico, Patti Smith, and others will be singing R.E.M. songs at Carnegie Hall on March 11th. "100% of net proceeds to benefit musical education programs for underprivileged youth." Regular tickets are on sale at the venue's site. VIP tickets are available at the event's own site (thx rajohn)...
Your VIP ticket includes entrance to the private artist reception taking place at City Winery featuring cuisine designed by Mario Batali. Food will be delicious and the free wine will be flowing. Join the artists and friends in New York's first full winery and amazing new event space. The party will start immediately after the concert and go to 1am. With a full stage and sound system at City Winery, we expect many musical surprises!Mario Batali and Michael Stipe are good friends. Michael Dorf is producing this whole event. Michael Dorf owns the new City Winery which is opening on New Years Eve which is the night Michael Dorf's old club Knitting Factory is closing (which Michael pointed out himself in that NY Press article).
Vic Chetnutt & Elf Power are also touring and playing NYC together in January.
Pro-shot video of R.E.M.'s encore in Mexico City the other day, below...
By Andrew Frisicano
Folk singer Arlo Guthrie has been associated with Thanksgiving since recording "Alice's Restaurant" in 1967. The song, which starts in an old church owned by his friends Alice and Ray and ends in New York's now-demolished US Army Building on Whitehall St, humorously details how a Thanksgiving Day-littering charge helped Guthrie avoid the draft. The church in question is now the Guthrie Center, a non-denominational faith center, out of which Guthrie runs his Rising Son Record label. Guthrie continues to apply his satirical wit to current issues, like this live update of Tom Paxton's "I'm Changing My Name to
Chrysler Fannie Mae."
This Saturday, Nov 29, Guthrie carries on his annual Thanksgiving tradition, playing with legend Pete Seeger (who toured with Guthrie's father as part of the Almanac Singers in the early '40s), family and friends at Carnegie Hall's 2,804-seat Stern Auditorium at 8 PM. Tickets are almost gone: from Carnegie Hall, "Currently this event has limited availability. Please call CarnegieCharge at 212-247-7800 for ticketing information."
Watch & listen to various versions of "Alice's Restaurant" in the videos below (possibly while enjoying some delicious Tofurky)...
Family Guy Sings!This is happening Monday and Tuesday at Carnegie Hall in NYC.
Warning: this production contains adult language and situations that may not be suitable for all ages. Recommended for mature audiences only.
Starring: Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis, Seth Green, and Mike Henry
Walter Murphy, Music Director, Conductor, and Composer With a 40-Piece Orchestra
A unedited live reading of two episodes from Family Guy. Program will also feature popular songs from the series.
Andrew Bird @ Hiro Ballroom (more by Fresh Bread)
Tickets will be sold through CarnegieHall.org or charge by phone 8 AM - 8 PM - 212.247.7800 No fee tickets are available at the venue box office - Mon-Sat 11AM - 6PM & Sun 12PM - 6PMAll Andrew Bird tour dates below...
on sale 11/20 11:00 am
All Ages, Doors 7:30PM / Show 8PM
The McGarrigle Christmas Hour featuring Rufus and his sister, Martha Wainwright, will be held at Carnegie Hall on December 10, 2008 and there will be some very special guests. Kate and Anna McGarrigle are thrilled to welcome Emmylou Harris, Lou Reed, Laurie Anderson, Jimmy Fallon, Teddy, Linda, and Kami Thompson, Justin Bond, Sloan Wainwright and more! It will be a fun and festive evening with a few surprise guests stopping by.Rufus also has a show coming up in Montclair. The big Christmas flyer (for the show that is an annual tradition) is below...
Tickets go on sale to the public on Wednesday, November 5th at 11am EST, but Rufus fans can start purchasing tickets Monday, November 3rd at 11am EST! Get your pre-sale tickets online at The Carnegie Hall Website or by calling the Carnegie Hall box office at (212) 247-7800.
A limited number of VIP packages are available by making a donation to the Kate McGarrigle Fund. These packages include premium seats, a very special opportunity to meet the performers after the show, a chance to attend an intimate taping, and wonderful gift bags. The Kate McGarrigle Fund is a not-for-profit partner of the McGill University Health Centre Foundation and the Cedars Cancer Institute, supporting cancer care and research in Montreal, Canada. For more information and VIP packages, go HERE or call toll-free, 1-877-601-4536
Richard Barone with Special Guests and Legendary FriendsTickets are still on sale. Flyer below...
Frontman: A Musical Reading
Benefit Concert for WFUV 90.7 FM Public Radio from Fordham University
Zankel Hall, Wednesday, October 1, 2008 at 7:30 PM
Tickets from $28.50 - $48.50
Student Discount Tickets Available at the Box Office
With: Nick Celeste, Vocals and Guitar; Anthony DeCurtis, Joyce DeWitt, Terre Roche, Suzzy Roche, Vin Scelsa, and Mick Rock, Spoken Word; Ryan Geller, Jimmy Vivino, and Carlos Alomar, Guitar; Steve Holley, Drums and Percussion; Rob Norris, Bass; Janice Pendarvis, Vocals; Jane Scarpantoni, Cello; Randy Brecker, Trumpet; Johnny Rodgers and Garth Hudson, Piano; Marshall Crenshaw, Spoken Word and Guitar; and Moby [of course]
Special video performance by Lou Reed
Special appearance by The Bongos
Additional guest artists to be announced
Al Green is going on a tour that brings him to Carnegie Hall in NYC on June 27th (part of the JVC Jazz Festival). Tickets are still on sale. Last night he played Letterman. Check out the video below.....
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May 8th @ Carnegie Hall.....
sing-along @ Carnegie Hall, NYC Feb 13, 2008 (Kathryn Yu, P4K)
Sufjan Stevens treated show-goers to "The Star-Spangled Banner", while Kinks man Ray Davies led a bill-wide sing-along. Also on-hand for the evening of charity and good cheer: Band of Horses, Philip Glass, Marisa Monte, Ashley MacIsaac, Phamie Gow, Tibet-born Nawang Khechog, and the monks of Drepung Gomang. To learn more and find out how you can help, head to the Tibet House U.S. website. [Pitchfork]
Kiki & Herb return to Carnegie Hall on December 12th. Tickets are on sale. They're calling it "The Second Coming: A Christmas Concert". The first coming was back in 2004, was released as a CD, and featured a guest appearance by Rufus Waiwright. The song they sang together was "Those Were The Days", and you can stream it at their MySpace.
Rufus Waiwright's own recent Carnegie Hall shows are also now out on CD & DVD, and you can watch a video from that DVD, below.....
Teddy Thompson & Friends Christmas Show *A benefit concert for SaveDarfur.org* @ Highline Ballroom, NYC$35 tickets go on sale Monday November 12th @ noon. Don't expect a full performance by Rufus with that many people on the bill, but Wainwright family holidy events are always fun (not to mention all the other talented artists you'll get to hear).
December 19,2007 - Featuring performances by Teddy Thompson, Rufus Wainwright, Martha Wainwright, Kamila Thompson, Jenni Muldaur, Sonya Kitchell, Neal Casal, Tift Merritt, Christina Courtin & surprise guests
For a full Rufus show in the NYC-area, check Rufus out when he headlines the State Theater in New Brunswick, NJ on January 12th.
And good news for all of us who never got a chance to see Rufus perform Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall...
The first night of the two-night stint at NYC ’s Carnegie Hall will now be released as the CD Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall on December 4th. The same performance at the London Palladium (February 25, 2007) makes up the DVD Rufus! Rufus! Rufus! Does Judy! Judy! Judy! Live at the London Palladium (out also on December 4th). In addition to the New York City and London shows, Wainwright also performed Garland’s Carnagie Hall concert at the Olympia in Paris, and the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.[mog]All tour dates (and the CD tracklist) below ...
These photos are from the Antony & The Johnsons show @ Carnegie Hall in NYC (Oct 13, 2005).
Antony split his set with the legendary Jimmy Scott who came out twice to sing his own songs. Lou Reed joined Antony on stage for the encore. Rufus Wainwright didn't play with Antony, but he was in the audience. David Bowie, Bette Midler, Kate Winslett, Laurie Anderson, Lily Taylor, Richard Gere, Michael Pitt, Joey Arias, Hattie Hatthaway, Dave Deporis, and Jason Hart were also spotted.
Though the most serious of all Antony shows, he snuck some humor in. "The show was wonderful, with a hilarious but also genuinely sorrowful version of Whitney Houston's 'I Want to Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)' (which the singer remade as a love letter to Shania Twain)..." [Loose Strife]