Entries tagged with: John Mayall
Tickets for the Ray LaMontagne show at Beacon Theatre (11/12) go on sale today at noon. Since we last spoke, he added a second show happening at the same venue a day later (11/13), and that goes on sale at noon too.
Reunited post-hardcore band The Fall of Troy are playing Webster Hall on October 27. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Love As Laughter, August Wells and Prince Rupert's Drops are playing Baby's All Right on August 29. Tickets for that show are available now. Prince Rupert's Drops are also playing Union Pool on August 17. No advance tickets for that show.
The Queers featuring Richie Ramone are playing Santos Party House on October 3. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Blues legend John Mayall plays City Winery on September 15 & 16. Tickets for those shows are on sale now.
Jackson Browne recently announced a Beacon Theatre show and now added a second one happening October 8. Tickets for the newly-added show are on sale now. He also makes an appearance at City Winery tonight (8/8).
Browse our 'Tickets On Sale' tag for more recently announced NYC shows.
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin
Buddy Guy bring the blues to the people, 7/11/2012
Nothing says the blues like the World Financial Center, in the heart of Battery Park City, with massive VIP pens of suits and their female equivalents...Buddy Guy would eventually jam with the 13-year-old prodigy to end an evening of blues at World Financial Center last night (7/11), the first of the two-night Lowdown Hudson Blues Festival. Pictures of Buddy Guy, John Mayall, and Quinn Sullivan are are in this post.
You don't need me to tell you really how this gig went. What can I tell you about Buddy Guy and John Mayall? These are padres of respective kinds of the blues. This is major historical legendary territory. Who am I to wax any kind of authoritative narrative about these men and what they do? I can tell you a little bit about Quinn Sullivan - 13 years old and plays the blues guitar (and the git in general) like another Kenny Wayne or D. Trucks. We can say we saw him when...I hope. Oh I can tell you one thing about Mr. Guy, who I think is still soloing on "Hootchie Cootchie Man" as I write this the next day (I am making that up): he had to sass the crowd for not even being with it to shout "son of a gun" during this top 5 blues classic. "I played India 3 weeks ago," he said, "and they didn't fuck it up as bad as you", he told the crowd. -[Sonic Parthenon]
As mentioned, the free festival continues tonight (7/12) with appearances from Neko Case, Charles Bradley and the Extraordinaires and He's My Brother, She's My Sister.
More pictures of night one, below...
WHEN: Wednesday, July 11 and Thursday, July 12, 2012More details in our original post on the "fest".
TIME: 6:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. EST
WHERE: World Financial Center Plaza
220 Vesey Street (West Street and North End Avenue)
COST: FREE - No tickets or reservations required
PRESENTER: Brookfield Office Properties
Neko Case in Long Island in 2011 (more by Greg Cristman)
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BUDDY GUY, NEKO CASE TO HEADLINE FREE OUTDOOR BLUES FESTIVAL ON HUDSON RIVER WATERFRONT, JULY 11-12Charles Bradley also has shows coming up at Beacon Theater, in Asbury Park and elsewhere.
Second annual Lowdown Hudson Blues Festival, NYC's only free summer blues festival, returns with stellar lineup of living legends and groundbreaking new stars
Brookfield Office Properties today announced that Chicago blues legend Buddy Guy, fresh from jamming with President Obama at an all-star concert at the White House last month, will join celebrated chanteuse Neko Case to headline a free two-day blues music festival in Lower Manhattan on July 11th and 12th.
Cementing its status as one of the city's premiere free summer festivals, the second annual Lowdown Hudson Blues Festival will return to the spectacular outdoor plaza at the World Financial Center with full headlining sets from Buddy Guy and, in her first concert of 2012, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Neko Case. The two-day free concert will also feature an exceptional lineup of renowned blues acts and rising stars like John Mayall, Charles Bradley and the Extraordinaires, He's My Brother She's My Sister, and Quinn Sullivan.
Full Lowdown Hudson Blues Fest lineup by day with more info, below....