What’s going on Thursday?
Holly Miranda @ T5 2011 (more by David Andrako)
The Fresh & Onlys at Woodsist Fest Big Sur 2011 (more by Natasha Ryan)
today in NYC
* NY Comedy Festival
* Andy Statman @ Barbes
* RNDM @ Bowery Ballroom
* Henry Rollins @ Joe’s Pub
* Questlove @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Max Johnson Trio @ The Stone
* Mux Mool, Gobby, Lotide @ Cameo
* Zion I, Minnesota @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Lyle Lovett @ The Capitol Theatre
* Viva La Death Ray Music @ Zebulon
* Blondes (DJ), Lemonade (DJ) @ Glasslands
* Roky Erickson, Nude Beach @ Maxwell’s
* The Joy Formidable @ The Bowery Hotel
* Field Report, Plume Giant @ Mercury Lounge
* Phil Lesh & Friends @ The Wellmont Theatre
* Cold Specks, Doe Paoro @ The Mercury Lounge
* Quiet Loudly, Pow Wow!, Miniboone @ Big Snow
* The Fresh & Onlys, Quilt @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Trummors, The Black Hollies, Alex Minoff @ The Rock Shop
* oOoOO, Solar Year, Silent Drape Runners @ Grasslands
* Fountains of Wayne, Robert Schwartzman @ The Bell House
* Patrick Higgins, Mas Ysa, Lea Bertucci @ Death By Audio
* Gary Saurez the Human Jukebox, Dave Hill (DJ) @ Idle Hands
* Honey Wild, Tubetops, Big Muff, Young Mothers @ Cake Shop
* Lost Boy?, Celestial Shore, Breakfast In Fur, Each Other, Leapling @ Shea Stadium
* Will Sheff, Jared Evan, Kevin Devine, Jennifer O’Connor, Jean Grae, Holly Miranda, Geoff Rickly, Bird of Youth, JAYMAY, Brian Bonz, Zumo Kollie, Sonya Kitchell, DJ Rajni Jacques @ Knitting Factory
Tonight’s star-studded show at Knitting Factory is a Hurricane Sandy relief benefit, as is the Gary Suarez the Human Jukebox “plays your requests for cash” event at Idle Hands (also with DJ Dave Hill).
The annual Stand Up For Heroes benefit at Beacon Theater tonight, part of the NY Comedy Festival, recently added Roger Waters and John Mayer to the lineup that already included Mike Birbiglia, Ricky Gervais, Patton Oswalt, Jon Stewart, Bruce Springsteen and Robin Williams. If you don’t have a ticket, you can also stream the event live.
SXSW just announced their first round of 2013 artists.
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Lady Gaga pointed her Twitter followers toward a video that prominently features her own voice in the chorus of Kendrick Lamar‘s “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” off of his recently released good kid, m.A.A.d. city album, which Gaga was initially supposed to be featured on. Are you upset that she didn’t make the cut? Find out for yourself by listening below.
Kendrick Lamar – “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” (feat. Lady Gaga)