What’s going on Tuesday?
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
The Black Angels, A Place to Bury Strangers @ Brooklyn Steel
Austin psych devotees The Black Angels worked with producer Phil Ek on their terrific new album, Death Song, which finds them at the top of their groovy game. Brooklyn's APTBS makes this a mind-altering double bill.
Bob Saget @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Bob Saget has long led a double life, with a squeaky clean public persona thanks to Full House and America's Funniest Home Videos, but is known in comedy circles for his pitch-black, often filthy standup style. He tapes a new comedy special tonight across two performances.
Ryan Adams @ Beacon Theater
Having been in NYC not too long ago to celebrate the release of his new album Prisoner, Ryan returns to the Big Apple for two Beacon shows this week.
Talib Kweli @ Brooklyn Bowl
Eloquent Brooklyn rap vet Talib Kweli plays tonight with a full band, and will do the same tomorrow.
Phil Marcade, The Rousers, Lenny Kaye, The Waldos with Walter Lure, Lynne Von, Andy Shernoff, Daddy Long Legs, Legs McNeil @ Le Poisson Rouge
This show brings together a handful of CBGB veterans, including headliner Phil Marcade, the Paris-born artist who moved to NYC in the '70s and formed The Senders and now has a memoir called Punk Avenue out today. The bill also has the Patti Smith Group's Lenny Kaye, founding Dictators member Andy Shernoff, Walter Lure of Johnny Thunders & the Heartbreakers, Punk Magazine's Legs McNeil, and more.
W. Kamau Bell, Chuck Klosterman @ The Bell House
W. Kamau Bell just released his new book The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell, and celebrates tonight sharing stories with Sex, Drugs & Coco Puffs author Chuck Klosterman
Wilsen, Alpenglow, Hite @ Union Pool
Brooklyn soft pop trio Wilsen celebrate the release of their debut album, I Go Missing In My Sleep, tonight.
Roger McGuinn @ Landmark On Main Street (Port Washington)
Roger McGuinn cemented his icon status with the Byrds over 50 years ago, and has continued to making ringing, country-tinged rock ever since.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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