Jim White

Winter Jazzfest 2024: Shabaka, Hannibal Buress, Moor Mother, a Ryuichi Sakamoto tribute, more

NYC Winter Jazzfest 2024 also includes esperanza spalding, Irreversible Entanglements, Marc Ribot, Elucid of Armand Hammer, a Pharoah Sanders tribute, and more.

What's Going on Sunday?

Sunday’s NYC-area shows include Sea.Hear.Now, Willie Nelson’s Outlaw Music Fest, L7, Lauren Mayberry, The Lemonheads, Eagles, Steely Dan, and more.

Connie Lovatt (Containe, Pacific Ocean) preps solo debut ft Bill Callahan, Jim White & more, shares "Gull"

Connie Lovatt’s solo debut, ’Coconut Mirror,’ also features James McNew (Yo La Tengo), Rebecca Cole (Wild Flag, Pavement), Che Chen (75 Dollar Bill), and James Baluyut (Versus, +/-). It’s out September 27.

What's Going on Thursday?

Thursday’s NYC-area shows include El Michels Affair & Black Thought, Kevin Devine, No Pressure, Koyo, Lonnie Holley, Helen, and more.

Big Ears Day 3: John Zorn, Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul, Rickie Lee Jones, more (review)

Plus: The Weather Station, Kevin Morby, Marc Ribot, Maeve Gilchrist, Sun Ra Arkestra, Brandee Younger, Lonnie Holley, and more Big Ears Day 3 highlights.

Xylouris White announce new album & tour, share "Latin White"

George Xylouris and Jim White will release their fifth album, ‘The Forest in Me,‘ on April 14 via Drag City.

What's Going on Saturday?

Saturday’s NYC-area shows include Men I Trust, LCD Soundsystem, Taking Back Sunday, Fiddlehead, Mavi, and more.

What's Going on Thursday?

Thursday’s NYC-area shows include Anti-Flag, Taking Back Sunday, Bouncing Souls, Special Interest, Deer Tick, Pierre Kwenders, Thievery Corporation, and more.

Bill Callahan announces new album 'YTI⅃AƎЯ', touring

“I wanted to make a record that addressed or reflected the current climate,“ says Callahan. “It felt like it was necessary to rouse people — rouse their love, their kindness, their anger, rouse anything in them.“ The album’s out in October.

Tom Waits played NY last night w/ Michael Stipe, Bono & Elvis Costello (but not Nick Cave)

The stars were out in Brooklyn to pay tribute to the late Hal Willner on what would’ve been his 66th birthday, including Cat Power, David Johansen, Beth Orton, Steve Buscemi, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog and so many more

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