Entries tagged with: John Smith
The xx at Rock Werchter 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
today in NYC
* GQ @ Tappan Park
* Jon Madof @ The Stone
* Anya Marina @ Joe's Pub
* Mathias Kunzli @ The Stone
* Sponge, Jounce @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Chrisette Michele @ BB King's
* Tu Fawning, AU @ Mercury Lounge
* Brown Bird, Sean Rowe @ 92YTribeca
* Toadies, Helmet, Ume @ Webster Hall
* Dukes of September @ Beacon Theatre
* Biz Markie (DJ Set) @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Jennifer Castle @ Rockwood Music Hall
* Blitz The Ambassador @ MetroTech Commons (noon)
* Pigs, Tidal Arms, Fashion Week @ Union Pool
* Gold Panda, Shigeto, Beacon @ Bowery Ballroom
* Xeno & Oaklander, Laurel Halo @ Cameo Gallery
* The xx, Jacques Greene, New Look @ Terminal 5
* Da Beatminerz, X-ecutioners @ Public Assembly
* Washed Out, Chairlift, Lemonade @ House of Vans
* Haim, POP ETC, Savoir Adore @ Santos Party House
* Ben von Wildenhaus, Dimestore Dance Band @ Zebulon
* Com Truise, Them Jeans, Sean Glass @ Hudson Terrace
* JC Hopkins Biggish Band (Tom Waits tribute) @ City Winery
* Pegasus Warning, Dpony, Condo Ron Zambri (DJ) @ Cake Shop
* Cudzoo & The Faggettes, The Naked Heroes @ Mercury Lounge
* Francesco Tristano, Michel Reis, Aaron Kruzik @ Joe's Pub
* Zeus, Robbers on High Street, Country Mice @ The Rock Shop
* Zongo Junction, Big Mean Sound Machine, Beyondo @ Littlefield
* Talib Kweli, The Higher Concept, The Rooks @ Highline Ballroom
* Tito Ramsey, Treasure Teeth, Reputante, Ice Cream @ Glasslands
* Sunbears!, Le Blorr, Lunic, Bright Light Bright Light @ Pianos
* Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team, LOL BOYS, Sleepyhead @ Drom
* Ruby Fray, Air Waves, Heaven's Gate, The Great Valley @ Death By Audio
* Butter The Children, Grass Is Green, Shores, Empty Orchestra @ Big Snow
* Immortal Technique, Homeboy Sandman, Tru Fam, Oddisee @ Public Assembly
* The Bad Plus, Brandt Brauer Frick @ Lincoln Center's Damrosch Park Bandshell
* Magical Mistakes, Catamaran, Mutual Benefit, Cuddle Formation @ Shea Stadium
* Dennis DeYoung: The Music of Styxx, Lou Gramm: The Voice of Foreigner in Coney Island
* Wiz Khalifa, Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q, Chevy Woods, Chiddy Bang @ Jones Beach
* Extra Life, Larkin Grimm, Ice Choir, Beige, Das Racist (DJ) @ Secret Project Robot
* Nina Sky, Chippy Nonstop, Brenmar, Roxy Cottontail, Ferrari Snowday @ The Studio at Webster Hall
* Vacationer, Aaron Embry, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Caleb Hawley, Cold Specks, special guest @ Union Hall
* Bill Frisell, Greg Leisz, Jenny Scheinman, Tony Scherr, Kenny Wollesen (All We Are Saying: Bill Frisell Explores the Music of John Lennon) @ Le Poisson Rouge
"Donnie Darko" screens in Tompkins Square Park. Show up early for free pizza from Two Boots who are celebrating their 25th anniversary at this, and at an upcoming show in East River Park.
"Romeo and Juliet" screening with live music by The Love Show @ Celebrate Brooklyn
"Wet Hot American Summer" screens for free in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Look for the film's co-writers Michael Showalter & David Wain in the crowd. The Stella/State cast-mates are both NYC residents. I mean, maybe they'll want to see it too. DJ Conquerrah will provide some tunes.
High On Fire were scheduled to play Music Hall of Williamsburg tonight, but cancelled their whole tour.
There's a bunch of hip hop shows tonight.
The Arts & Crafts-signed Canadian band Zeus are in town for two shows, starting at the Rock Shop tonight and continuing at Mercury Lounge tomorrow (8/3) with ARMS (tickets). The shows are part of a tour which brings them back to Canada to play Osheaga on Sunday (8/5).
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Angel Haze has a new video for "New York," which you can watch below. Her next NYC show is on August 28 at S.O.B.'s.
Glen Hansard, Lisa Hannigan and John Smith covered The Band's The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" for AV Club Undercover. Check out a video of that below.
Tamaryn have a new song, "I'm Gone," off their upcoming record, Tender New Signs. Listen to that below.
Teengirl Fantasy revealed the track, "EFX" (feat. Kelela), off their upcoming record, Tracer. Check it out below. Their tour hits NYC for a Rocks Off Cruise on August 23.
Lisa Hannigan @ Rockwood Music Hall
Though penciled into the calendar at Le Poisson Rouge well in advance, Doveman's monthly salons (aka Burgundy Stain Sessions) are typically characterized by spontaneity and surprises. The cast of musicians is constantly shifting as new people are introduced and former collaborators quietly fall off the roster. Traditionally, little about the shows is scripted - at least until the latest session.
For perhaps the first time since the shows began in January, a set list lay on the floor of the stage on June 24th. Of course that doesn't mean it was strictly followed.
Thomas Bartlett (or Doveman) kicked off the show solo with a Randy Newman cover ("Real Emotional Girl"), but it wasn't long before special guest Lisa Hannigan joined in on vocals and guitar. Having collaborated with each other early last year, Hannigan and Bartlett complimented each other nicely. Hannigan may have entered into public consciousness through her part in Damien Rice's 2002 album, O, but she's clearly got enough talent and charm to do more than just the occasional backing vocals, as she demonstrated in her debut solo release in 2008.
As Hannigan's segment wound to a close, other guests started popping up to contribute everything from brand new songs to classic covers (like John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads"). Hannah Cohen (who is apparently working on an album with Bartlett), Dawn Landes, Mike Doughty (who was Bartlett's first tour-mate), Glen Hansard (named the "MVP" by Bartlett), Justin Bond, and backing band Ray Rizzo, Rob Moose, and Josh Kaufmann all made appearances before the evening was up.
As for next month's show, who knows who Bartlett will pull out of his hat. Tickets are on sale for July 29th, September 23rd and October 28th. No guests are announced on any of them yet.
The Doveman show was one of a few in NYC that week for Lisa Hannigan who also played two sold out shows at Rockwood Music Hall where she performed with a full band including John Smith who also opened with a short set of his own music. Lisa's set consisted of a number of new songs from "Passenger", as well as songs from her first album "Sea Sew". They finished with a cover of Depeche Mode's "Personal Jesus". Pictures from the first Rockwood show are in this post and they continue below...