Entries tagged with: Justin Townes Earle
Big Head Todd and The Monsters w/ Mike Doughty are playing the Capitol Theatre on February 12. Tickets go on sale today at noon.
Dom Kennedy, Casey Veggies and Jay 305 are playing Webster Hall on November 23. Tickets are on sale now.
Rakim is playing at SOB's on November 11.Tickets are on sale now.
America are playing B.B. King Blues Club & Grill on November 7 and December 12.Tickets are on sale now.
Vanilla Fudge are also playing B.B. King Blues Club & Grill on November 8.Tickets are on sale now.
Herman's Hermits starring Pete Noone also have a B.B. King Blues Club & Grill show on November 14. Tickets are on sale.
The Wainwright Sisters (Martha and Lucy) are playing City Winery on November 7. Tickets are on sale now.
The English Beat are playing City Winery on November 12 are on sale now. Tickets are on sale now.
Steve Earle is playing a City Winery-hosted autism benefit on December 14 at Town Hall with his son Justin Townes Earle and Jackson Browne. Steve Earle also does his annual winter residency at City Winery on January 2, 11, 19 and 27. Tickets for all of those shows are on sale now.
Duran Duran are among the artists playing Fresh 102.7 Fall Fest on October 8 at the Theater at MSG. Full lineup and tickets here.
R&B/soul legends War, whose only original member is keyboardist/vocalist Leroy "Lonnie" Jordan, play BB King's on October 14. Tickets are on sale.
Everclear may continue to get lamer and lamer, with Art Alexakis leading an entirely different band than the one who made their '90s albums, but 1995's Sparkle & Fade remains one of the better albums of major-label post-grunge. They were still trying to be Nirvana and hadn't tried on matching suits (or polished production) yet, and it lives up pretty well today. You still might not want to see the present-day version of the band, but it seems worth mentioning that they're playing Sparkle & Fade in full on tour for its 20th anniversary, including NYC on October 26 at BB King's. Tickets are on sale now.
Browse our 'Tickets On Sale' tag for more recently announced NYC shows.
by Andrew Sacher
photo: Gov't Mule at Lockn' 2015 (via)
Virginia's Lockn' Festival wrapped up Sunday (9/13) after two successful previous days. The biggest highlight of day 3 was another set from Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant and his band The Sensational Space Shifters, whose day 2 set was fantastic. The Sunday set was a similar idea and did have a few repeats in the setlist, but also gave us a few treats we didn't get on Saturday like "Going to California" and "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You."
Sunday also included Gov't Mule, whose frontman Warren Haynes spent a lot of time on stage this past weekend. He sang for the Phil Lesh & Friends featuring Carlos Santana set on Saturday which we wrote about, and immediately after that he headed to the Blue Ridge Bowl side stage for a Gov't Mule late-night set. After Mule's set on Sunday, he appeared on stage yet again to guest with Widespread Panic. It's Warren's first year since The Allman Brothers Band ended -- and also the 20th anniversary of Gov't Mule's debut album -- and clearly he's still going strong and keeping that Southern rock/blues/jam sound alive and well (he played a couple Allman songs too).
Warren is also touring soon in support of his new solo album Ashes & Dust, which came out earlier this summer on Concord. It's a little folkier than his Gov't Mule stuff, and well-matched support on select dates comes from recent country breakout Chris Stapleton and Justin Townes Earle. The album features his and Grace Potter's oft-performed cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Gold Dust Woman," which you can listen to below. Warren's backing band for the tour includes Jeff Sipe and ChessBoxer.
photo: Blake Mills w/ Fiona Apple at LPR in 2014 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Among the recently-announced Lincoln Center Out of Doors 2015 schedule is a very cool show that has Fiona Apple, members of Nickel Creek and more performing Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited in full, and opening that show is Justin Townes Earle. That happens August 8 at Damrosch Park Bandshell, but Justin will get to NYC a bit earlier to headline his own show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on August 7. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (5/15) at noon with an AmEx presale starting today (5/13) at noon. All of Justin's dates are listed below.
Speaking of Fiona Apple, her frequent tourmate and collaborator Blake Mills is also touring this year. He's got the previously-mentioned appearance at the NJ stop of Mumford & Sons' traveling festival in early June coming up, as well as a newly-announced headlining NYC show happening July 30 at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday at noon with an AmEx presale starting today at noon.
Blake's tour also includes a show at Woodstock, NY's Bearsville Theatre, which Bowery Presents is now booking. All of Blake's dates are listed, with the Justin Townes Earle dates and a recently-released JTE video, below...
On August 5 at Damrosch Park Badnshell, electric guitar quartet Dither joined by Sonic Youth's Lee Ranaldo and Yo La Tengo, and then by Bang on a Can All-Stars' Mark Stewart for Steve Reich's Electric Counterpoint, with experimental duo Matmos opening. Then two days later at Hearst Plaza (8/7) there's a Denitia & Sene show, and the next night (8/8) at Damrosch Park Bandshell Watkins Family Hour will perform Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisted in full. Watkins Family Hour features Sean & Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek, as well as Fiona Apple, Don Heffington, Sebastian Steinberg and special guests. Justin Townes Earle opens that show.
There's also ex-Kraftwerk member Wolfgang Flür performing under his MusikSoldat moniker on July 23 at Damrosch Park Bandshell as a special guest with Botsich + Fussible, whose album Motel Baja he appears on. Country veteran Lyle Lovett plays Damrosch Park Bandshell on August 9, Randy Newman plays there on July 25, and Afropunk presents a showcase there on July 31 with Vintage Trouble, Lion Babe, The Skins and a screening of The Triptych: Wangechi Mutu. Later that same night, Rocky Horror Picture Show screens "silent" (audience will hear the sound via wireless headphones) at the same venue.
For more info on these free, all ages shows, head to the festival's website. Full schedule below...
intro by Andrew Sacher
There were a lot of great labels in 2014, but one label I think had an exceptionally good year is Tiny Engines. Between the second Beach Slang EP of the year, the Places to Hide EP, Cayetana's debut album, the latest EP from Frontier(s) (ex-Elliott, Mouthpiece), Somos' debut album, The Hotelier's breakthrough album and still others, TE was one of the most consistently great homes for indie rock, punk and emo in 2014. (If you haven't heard any of those releases, strongly recommended!)
Now that the year's coming to a close, Tiny Engines co-founders Will Miller and Chuck Daley (who also both run Beartrap PR) told us about their favorite albums of the year, as did TE bands Cayetana, Runaway Brother (debut LP and BV-presented NYC show coming in 2015), and Matt from Frontier(s)/Mouthpiece.
Find out who made their lists (and read the entertaining intro Chuck wrote for his) below...
Also: watch a new trailer for their HBO special featuring a clip of their new LP
Foo Fighters are releasing their new album Sonic Highways on November 10 via RCA, and they'll be doing something in the NYC area as part of its promotion. Here's what they wrote:
Hey guys and gals in the NYC area... who's up to win a secret prize?What could the secret be? In addition to the new album, the Foos will have an HBO special of the same name. You can watch a new trailer for that which features a clip of a song from the LP, below. That's the album art above.
Here are the rules.
You must be able to be in the NYC area on Tuesday evening Oct. 14th, be 18 years or older and have govt issued photo id, and ready for a long night. if you are interested... send an email to email@example.com - Subject title: NYC. Send your first and last name, as it appears on you license or other ID.
Winners will be chosen at random.
If you are chosen, you will be notified by email with further details and instructions no later than 11pm ET tomorrow!
Contest is open now and closes at 9pm ET tomorrow, Oct 10th
Ready - go!
In related news, Foo FIghters guitarist Chris Shiflett has covered Justin Townes Earle's "Look the Other Way" for Bloodshot Records' new compilation, While No One Was Looking: Toasting 20 Years of Bloodshot Records, which comes out on November 18 and collects "8 musical acts covering songs from the label's catalog." You can listen to his cover below...
Folk/country singer Justin Townes Earle has announced he'll release his fifth album, Single Mothers, on September 9 via his new label home of Vagrant Records. No music has been released from that yet, but Justin did announce a tour which hits NYC on the day of the album's release at Stage 48 (9/9) with American Aquarium. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (6/13) at noon with an AmEx presale starting today (6/11) at noon.
All dates are listed, with a live video, below...
Young Galaxy in Chicago in 2011 (more by Chris Hershman)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Young Galaxy, American Royalty, Bowmont, Late Guest (at the Party) @ Brooklyn Night Bazaar
Tonight's BKNB show is headlined by Montreal's Young Galaxy who make sleek, anthemic synthop, and the rest of the bill follows suit with beat-heavy Brooklyn bands. Admission is free, though the drinks, food, mini-golf, ping pong and crafts are not.
The Damnwells, Joshua Fletcher @ Baby's All Right
Based in Brooklyn, The Damwells favor the kind of shambolic, twangy rock you usually get in the midwest. Having been around since 2000, the band are set to release their 5th album later this year.
Jack Name, Xander Duell @ Death By Audio
When not touring with White Fence, Jack Name's solo material is a little more out there -- like past the stratosphere. His new album on Ty Segall's imprint sprinkles glitter on garage psych.
Justin Townes Earle @ City Winery
Son of Steve Earle, the apples don't fall too far from the tree with JTE's country-influenced -- but not beholden to -- style.
Com Truise, Phantoms @ Bowery Ballroom
The synthy Com Truise has been on tour since early February, and tonight he returns to NYC to conclude the tour at Bowery Ballroom.
DJ Rashad, Ikonika, Doctor Jeep @ Cameo Gallery
Two Hyperdub producers, DJ Rashad and Ikonika, team up to get the dancefloors moving all night at this late show (doors at midnight) at Cameo.
Kaytranada, Sango, STWO, DKDS @ 88 Palace
Montreal's dancey Kaytranada, who has had a release on Brodinski's label and has remixed AlunaGeorge, Disclosure and others, comes to NYC tonight on his way home from SXSW.
The Allman Brothers Band @ Beacon Theatre
Pioneers of jam bands, and progenitors of blues and southern rock, The Allman Brothers continue their multi-night run at Beacon Theatre tonight.
Houndmouth, Eastern Midwestern @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
The folk-rockin' Houndmouth wrap up off their two-night NYC run tonight.
Pink Floyd Laser Spectacular @ The Space at Westbury
Paramount's Pink Floyd Laser Spectacular, which "[presents] the music of Pink Floyd, as you have never seen it before," returns to the NYC-area for its second of two nights. There's an early showing (7:30 PM) and a late one (10:30 PM).
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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Charming singer-songwriter Nellie McKay has some select dates lined up over the next few months, including a week's residency at Cafe Carlyle in NYC from February 18 - 22. All nights are at 8:45 PM with the final night (Saturday 2/22) having an additional 10:45 PM show. For reservations call (212) 744-1600 and for more info visit Cafe Carlyle's website.
Tonight, Nellie is in West Virginia taping an episode of long-running NPR show Mountain Stage that also features Justin Townes Earle, John Gorka, Wesley Stace, and Elizabeth & the Catapult. That episode will air at a later date TBA. Check Mountain Stage's broadcast schedule for updates. All Nellie McKay 2014 dates are listed below.
While the venue is new, the building itself has a rich history, beginning in 1927, when it opened as the Westbury Movie Theatre. It remained a popular facility until the 1970s, until attendance decreased dramatically. "It really became very, very delapitated, and ultimately closed down," said Michael.Bowery Presents, who already handle the booking for NYC shows at Mercury Lounge, Bowery Ballroom, Music Hall of Williamsburg, Terminal 5, and a few other venues on certain occasions (not to mention expanding to Philly, New Orleans, Boston, and South), has now taken on a new Long Island location: The Space at Westbury. Not to be confused with Hamden, CT's The Space, The Space at Westbury is a 1,500-capacity venue located on 250 Post Avenue in Nassau County's Westbury, NY, and it officially opens with its first show tonight (10/4).
The building's current owner, Cyrus Hakakian, was planning to tear down the building and turn it into retail. But when examining the building's interior, Michael said Hakakian had a change of heart. "He was so impressed with the majesty of this building," Michael said. [LI Herald]
Deer Tick @ Newport Folk Festival 2012 (more by Jessica Amaya)
The Newport Folk Festival goes down in Fort Adams State Park in Rhode Island this weekend. Playing the fest are Beck, The Avett Brothers, Feist, Jim James, Colin Meloy, Andrew Bird, The Mountain Goats, Father John Misty, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy & Dawn McCarthy, Justin Townes Earle, Felice Brothers, Jason Isbell, Amanda Palmer, Phosphorescent, Beth Orton, John McCauley of Deer Tick, Michael Kiwanuka, Lord Huron, Frank Turner, Black Prairie, Langhorne Slim, TIft Merritt, Spirit Family Reunion, Blake Mills, Houndmouth, Cold Specks, and more. Check out the PDF schedule.
Tickets are sold out but those without one can still get in on the action via the WFUV stream. "WFUV's Rita Houston and Alisa Ali will host the coverage, along with Ann Powers and Bob Boilen of NPR Music. Performances from the Newport Folk Festival will air live on 90.7FM and wfuv.org on Friday from 2:30-8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 12-8 p.m."
Many of the artists playing the fest are also playing NYC this week like Beck (who also just announced a very small show), Phosphorescent, Father John Misty, Will Oldham, Beth Orton, Houndmouth, Frank Turner and Black Prairie.
Deer Tick, who have a new album on the way, are once again hosting three festival afterparties at the Newport Blues Cafe, the full lineups of which were just announced:
Friday 7/26: Langhorne Slim & Bobby Bare Jr. & Deer TickLike the afterparties their friends in Dawes are also doing, they're all sold out now, but if you're at the fest, they'll "be giving two tickets to Sunday night" to the "attendee who instagrams the best photo on Saturday afternoon at 3pm" with hashtags #negativity and #lookup. They add, "All you have to do is look up." (hint: look up at 3pm on Saturday).
Saturday 7/27: Justin Townes Earle & Jason Isbell & Deer Tick
Sunday 7/28: The Felice Brothers; Deer Tick playing new album Negativity in full.
Jim James, who is back at the fest for the 2nd year in a row, isn't playing those after parties and is done with NYC for now, but just announced a September tour that hits Alabama, Wisconsin, Oklahoma and other places. All of his dates are listed, along with a mini documentary about the 2012 Newport Fest that you can watch, below.
Dawes at SXSW 2013 (more by Sarah Frankie Linder)
As mentioned, Bob Dylan's AmericanaramA is coming to the NYC area for a few shows in July, including one at Camden, NJ's Susquehanna Bank Center on July 28 with Wilco and My Morning Jacket. Since announcing that tour, it's been revealed that the Camden tour stop is also part of this year's XPoNential Music Festival. The fest is also features Polica, Dr. Dog, and others at Susquehanna Bank Center the day before (7/27) Dylan and co. play.
And a number of bands will also be performing in Wiggins Park that weekend, including Phosphorescent, Dawes, Dr. John, Michael Kiwanuka, Justin Townes Earle, Jose James, Lord Huron, Matt Pond, Red Baraat, Edward Sharpe, and more. 3-day passes for the festival are on sale now, and tickets for just the Bob Dylan/Wilco/MMJ show are still available.
Dylan's tour also includes NYC-area shows on 7/19 at the Ballpark at Harbor Yard in CT with Wilco and MMJ, 7/26 at Pier A Park in Hoboken with Wilco and MMJ, and 7/27 at Jones Beach with Wilco and Beck. Tickets for the Harbor Yard, Pier A Park, and Jones Beach shows are still available.
Initial XPoNential Music Festival lineup below...
Portland festival MusicFestNW is returning this year to multiple Portland venues from September 3-8 with a ton of bands including Animal Collective, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Superchunk, Deerhunter, Charles Bradley, Shuggie Otis, Joey Bada$$, Bonnie Prince Billy, Chromatics, Glass Candy, Flume, Youth Lagoon, Washed Out, The Thermals, TItus Andronicus, Bob Mould, Baroness, Austra, Ty Segall, The Bronx, The Men, Mount Eerie, White Lung, and many more. Ticket info is coming soon.
Initial lineup below...
Bumbershoot is returning to Seattle this year from August 31 to September 2 at Seattle Center. This year's lineup was just announced, and it includes Death Cab for Cutie performing Transatlanticism (in case The Postal Service reuniting wasn't enough Ben Gibbard nostalgia for you), Kendrick Lamar, MGMT, The Breeders, The Zombies, Alt-J, Deerhunter, Baroness, Crystal Castles, Gary Numan, Joey Bada$$, Eric Burdon, Bob Mould, David Bazan, Charli XCX, Redd Kross, The Men and more.
Tickets (3-day passes, 2-day passes, and single day tickets) for the festival are on sale now.
Full lineup below...
Phosphorescent at Bonnaroo 2011 (more by Graeme Flegenheimer)
As mentioned, Newport Folk Festival is returning this year to Fort Adams State Park from July 26 to 28, and since we last spoke, the lineup has been revealed. This year's fest includes Beck, The Avett Brothers, Feist, Jim James, Colin Meloy, Andrew Bird, The Mountain Goats (who just announced a tour), Father John Misty, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy & Dawn McCarthy, Justin Townes Earle, Felice Brothers, Jason Isbell, Amanda Palmer, Phosphorescent, Beth Orton, John McCauley, Michael Kiwanuka, Lord Huron, Frank Turner, Black Prairie, Langhorne Slim, TIft Merritt, Spirit Family Reunion, Blake Mills, Houndmouth, Cold Specks, and others, plus more TBA.
Speaking of the Rough Trade-signed, Lumineers-like Houndmouth, you have two chances to catch them in NYC this week before they become as big as the Lumineers. They're at Mercury Lounge on Wednesday (4/10) and Rockwood Music Hall on Thursday (4/11).
Full initial Newport Fest lineup below...
by Andrew Sacher
More of the big 2012 year-end lists have been rolling in, with NPR and SPIN recently revealing theirs, and now Rolling Stone have unleashed theirs. Similarly to Uncut, the expected albums from older artists are there, including Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Leonard Cohen, Dr. John, and the number one slot going to Bruuuuuuuuuuuce. It's got huge albums like Mumford and Sons, Taylor Swift, and fun., as well as the token high ranking indie album (Japandroids at #9), the token washed up band who was once classic (Green Day), things you knew you'd see on Rolling Stone's list like Jack White and Alabama Shakes, and... Grimes!
You can read the whole list below...
photos by Tracy Allison
Justin Townes Earle @ PACE University, 10/26/2012
The day before "John McCauley and Friends" took over Carnegie's Zankel Hall on 10/27, the Deer Tick frontman joined headliner Justin Townes Earle and Joe Pug as part of a two-day tribute to the legendary Woody Guthrie (part of the year-long Woody 100 celebration). Pictures from the first night (10/26) which took place at PACE University's Michael Shimmel Center for the Arts, are below.
Justin Townes Earle recently added new tour dates including an appearance at the Stagecoach Festival in Coachella Valley on April 27, 2013, and in addition to previously announced dates at in Port Chester, NY at The Capitol Theatre on 11/10 with Tift Merritt (tickets) and in Westhampton, NY at Westhampton Performing Arts Center on 11/11 (tickets).
More pictures from Pace University are below.
photos by David Andrako
Father John Misty / Andrew WK & Matt Sweeney
Petty Fest returned to NYC last night (10/24) at Webster Hall for a night of Tom Petty covers with a huge lineup of contributors backed by The Cabin Down Below Band. Cyndi Lauper, Fred Armisen, John McEnroe and Alia Shawkat were surprise guests. Nicole Atkins, Nick Zinner, and Josh Lattanzi teamed up for "Mary Jane's Last Dance," Father John Misty (who also played his second of two sold out shows in NYC last night and will be back at Webster Hall in January) did "Learning To Fly" and "I Won't Back Down," Har Mar Superstar did "Don't Do Me Like That," Andrew WK & Matt Sweeney did "Listen To Her Heart," Albert Hammond Jr. did "I Need To Know" (Fab played the show too), Caveman (who just played our day party and team up with Albert for a show again this Friday) did "Don't Come Around Here," plus a whole lot more.
More pictures from the Jameson-sponsored benefit show (all money went to Sweet Relief), and the setlist, below...
We haven't completely compared what was announced a month ago, to what the current lineup is, but this is who is playing Petty Fest at Webster Hall Wednesday (10/24):
The Cabin Down Below BandAND:
With Special Guest Stars: Karen Elson, Justin Townes Earle, Father John Misty, Adam Green, Nicole Atkins, Jesse Malin, Sammy James Jr. of Mooney Suzuki, Cory Chisel & Adriel Denae, Steve Schiltz of Hurricane Bells, Ryan Miller of Guster, Har Mar Superstar, Devendra Banhart, Johnny T, Andrew W.K., Matt Sweeney, Danny Clinch & The Tangiers Blues Band, Justin Long, Petter Ericson Stakee of Alberta Cross, Delta Spirit, Caveman, Mikki James, Jody Porter of Fountains Of Wayne and many many more surprise guests!
100% of Ticket Proceeds To Benefit Sweet Relief Music Fund & The Musicians Cancer FundTickets are still on sale.
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Artists and line-up subject to change without notice
Petty Fest is returning to NYC this year on October 24 at Webster Hall for "A Night To Celebrate Tom Petty." Many of the usual suspects are lined up for this one, like Nicole Atkins, Jesse Malin, Sammy James Jr. (of The Mooney Suzuki), and others. In addition to that, we've got some other interesting additions like Father John Misty, Devendra Banhart, Matt Sweeney (of Chavez, Zwan, and others), Caveman, and Har Mar Superstar, who played last year's Petty Fest, is returning as well. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday (9/28) at noon. All proceeds will benefit Sweet Relief Music Fund & The Musician's Cancer Fund.
Father John Misty will be bringing his tour with La SeraJeffertitti's Nile to NYC around the same time, hitting Music Hall of Williamsburg on October 23 and Bowery Ballroom the same day as Petty Fest (10/24). The Bowery Ballroom show is sold out but tickets for MHOW are still available.
Devendra Banhart will also be in NYC around that time to support Swans at Bowery Ballroom on October 28 and Music Hall of Williamsburg on October 29. Tickets for those two shows are still available. Swans also play Bowery Ballroom on October 10 with A Hawk and A Hacksaw, but that one's sold out. Devendra also recently said in an interview, "I finished a record. It's going to be put out by Nonesuch Records. And I didn't know that until today actually. It's kind of my dream label. So I'm really happy about that."
A video of Har Mar Superstar doing "Refugee" at last year's Petty Fest and this year's full lineup are below.
We previously posted about Justin Townes Earl's two-night Woody Guthrie tribute that's happening at PACE University's Michael Shimmel Center for the Arts on October 26 and 27. This is part of the university's "Pace Presents" 2012 / 2013 season which features "world-class performing arts and culture series with an emphasis on music superstars from around the globe, charismatic and crowd-pleasing dance performances, spectacular theatre and contemporary cabaret" The season kicks off Saturday, September 22 with Romanian gypsy folk act Fanfare Ciocalia and tickets are on sale now.
The full schedule is below but highlights include Malian actress/singer Fatoumata Diawara who'll perform on September 28. Tickets are still available. Her most recent album, Fatou, made a few Best of 2011 lists and is streamable at Spotify. The show is part of a North American tour and all tour dates are listed below.
The Pace Presents '12/'13 season wraps on April 20 up with South African horn player and vocalist Hugh Masekela. Tickets are on sale now.
The Pace Presents 2012 / 2013 schedule is below, along with a list of Fatoumata Diawara tour dates and videos.
Two special evenings with the exceptional singer and songwriter Justin Townes Earle will include Justin's original songs in the context of the continuing legacy of Woody Guthrie in his centennial celebration year. For an artist whose list of influences runs the gamut from Randy Newman to Woody Guthrie to Bruce Springsteen, categories are useless. Justin, son of a great American troubadour Steve Earle, won the coveted "Song of the Year" award at the Americana Music Awards in 2011, and his latest cd "Nothing's Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now" has garnered critical acclaim. These two exceptional nights will feature special guests invited by Justin including John McCauley of Deer Tick, The Low Anthem, and Joe Pug.While Woody Guthrie's actual birthday has passed, the Woody 100 festivities continue throughout the year, and here's another one which happens at PACE University's Michael Shimmel Center for the Arts on October 26 and 27. Guests The Low Anthem will appear both nights with Justin Townes Earle, but John McCauley will only play the first night. Tickets to the October 26 show (with McCauley), and tickets to the October 27 show (without McCauley) are on sale now.
In addition to these Woody shows, JTE is on tour and all dates are listed below.
photos by Joe McCabe
Justin Townes Earle at Webster Hall 5/17/12
For one, nothing was that loud, as if Earle were daring the room to speak over his band's music (although he wasn't). From the moment Earle started the set alone with "Wanderin'," which he dedicated to Woody Guthrie ("Wherever he is," said the singer-songwriter), until the pedal steel-backed "Ain't Glad I'm Leaving," he calmly slipped into the full-band set. By then the smoke had made its way to the stage from the machine in the back, the starry Webster Hall background had been lit and the scene looked much more ready for Earle to pick things up a bit, which he did, in his own unique way. [The House List]Justin Townes Earle is currently on a tour with Tristen which stopped in NYC last Thursday (5/17) for a show at Webster Hall. More pictures and videos from that show are below...
Justin Townes Earle @ Prospect Park in 2011 (more by David Andrako)
Speaking of artists who played Celebrate Brooklyn on June 28th, Justin Townes Earle also has a big tour coming up with a NYC show that goes on sale today. Tickets go on sale at noon for JTE @ Webster Hall on May 17 with Tristen who also opens many other dates on the tour, all of which are listed below...
photos by Jim Brueckner
Day two (7/31) of Newport Folk Festival featured performances by The Cave Singers, Wanda Jackson, Justin Townes Earle, Middle Brother, Elvis Costello, M. Ward, Emmylou Harris and others. If you missed the fest, you can listen to archives of the sets at NPR.
Like they've done in the past, Emmylou Harris and Elvis Costello performed together on one of Elvis's songs. She performed guest vocals with him and The Imposters on "Scarlet Tide."