What’s going on Monday?
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows, but here are some highlights…
Fleetwood Mac @ Madison Square Garden
Fleetwood Mac, now with Mike Campbell and Neil Finn replacing Lindsey Buckingham, hit NYC for their first of two MSG shows.
Bob Weir & Wolf Bros @ Blue Note Jazz Club
The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir has a new trio, Wolf Bros (with Don Was and Jay Lane), and they do stripped-down versions of Dead favorites, as well as other covers and more. They’re playing two very intimate shows at the Blue Note tonight (8 PM & 10:30 PM) that you had to enter a lottery and win tickets for. If you weren’t one of the lucky ones to get in, you can stream the show live via Nugs.tv.
Asgeir @ National Sawdust
Icelandic singer-songwriter Ásgeir Trausti makes atmospheric, breezy folk, and tonight marks his first of two shows at National Sawdust this week.
Ella Mai, Kiana Lede, Lucky Daye @ Brooklyn Steel
Breakout R&B singer Ella Mai dominated the charts last year with hits “Boo’d Up” and “Trip,” and she’ll be bringing those songs and more off her debut LP tonight at Brooklyn Steel.
‘Catastrophe’ (screening), Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney (in conversation with) @ TheTimesCenter The third season of Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan’s hilarious, profane Amazon series, Catastrophe, debuts this week, and the stars/writers host an early screening of the premiere and will talk about it afterwards.
Chris Gethard @ Union Hall (two shows)
Chris Gethard returns to Brooklyn’s Union Hall for two more “60-90 Minutes of Comedy With A Friend” shows tonight, which features him trying out new material with a TBA “friend” opening.
Butterboy Comedy @ Littlefield
This week’s Butterboy is hosted by Jo Firestone and Ashley Brooke Roberts who’ll welcome guests Catherine Cohen (It’s A Guy Thing, Difficult People), Rob Haze (The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon), Casey Ley (Viceland’s Flophouse), Sophie Buddle (Montreal Comedy Festival), and Tyler Fischer (America’s Got Talent).
Chris Difford @ City Winery
One half of the creative partnership that is Squeeze, Chris Difford goes it alone tonight (but will still probably play a bunch of Squeeze songs).
For all of tonight’s shows, and tomorrow’s, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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