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What’s going on Sunday? (Easter)

Neil Young

today in NYC
* It Is It @ Pianos
* Jaiko Suzuki @ The Stone
* the Bad Plus @ the Blue Note
* Paul & Maurey @ The Stone
* Bill Frisell @ Village Vanguard
* Pretty Good Friends @ Union Hall
* Hannibal Buress @ Knitting Factory
* Ben Holmes, Patrick Farrell @ Barbes
* Lupe Fiasco, Black Milk @ Roseland Ballroom
* Williamsburg Salsa Orchestra @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Unknown Mortal Orchestra, The Qualia @ Pianos
* Sea of Bees, Smoosh, Nick Jaina @ The Rock Shop
* Wild Yaks, Lovehandle, Open Ocean @ Glasslands
* Grails, James Blackshaw, Moonrises @ Knitting Factory
* Trentemoller, Dorit Chrysler @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Neil Young, Bert Jansch @ Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall
* The Soundclash (Lupe Fiasco & Sky Gellaty) DJ set @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Stephane Wrembel Presents The Django Experiment @ Barbes
* Matteah Baim, Sophia Knapp (of Cliffie Swan), Hairy Sands @ Zebulon
* Live Footage, Adam’s Castle, Beyondo, Oh You Devil @ Mercury Lounge
* Talk Normal, Grass Widow, Broken Water, Tara Jane O’Neil @ Death By Audio
* Rafael Anton Irisarri, Goldmund, Noveller, Kyle Bobby Dunn @ Le Poisson Rouge
* Personal and the Pizzas, The Stalkers, Barrercudas, Bright Lights @ Bruar Falls
* Curtis Hasselbring’s New Mellow Edward, Mike Pride’s From Bacteria to Boys @ Littlefield
* Hennessy Youngman, Young Boys, Borts Minorts, Little Band of Sailors, Aaron Igler @ Public Assembly

Neil Young plays his first of two shows at Lincoln Center tonight.

Lupe Fiasco plays Roseland and then DJs Brooklyn Bowl tonight. In related but unrelated news, I was just reading about the Princeton Spanish professor named Antonio Calvo who killed himself and thought this was an interesting antecdote…

“The vibrant personality his students loved is evident in his faculty webpage on the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures website. Besides his academic focus on linguistics, heritage language teaching, poetics, the arts of the Harlem Renaissance and the history of language, Calvo said that his “other areas of interest” included the music of Greg Ogsby and Lupe Fiasco, photography and “hiking and excursions from Montauk to Rhode Island’s coast, stopping at Block Island.”

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