You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Echo & The Bunnymen, Enation @ Town Hall
Post-punk and alt-rock greats Echo & The Bunnymen released a new album this year where they reimagined some of the their biggest hits, giving them orchestral arrangements or stripping them down to their bare bones. Don't expect too much revisionism here, though, just a parade of great songs.

Young Fathers, Algiers @ Elsewhere Hall
Young Fathers and Algiers are two bands who are impossible to pin down into one genre, and they make for a pretty great match. Young Fathers are touring in continued support of this year's Cocoa Sugar (which is already landing on year-end lists), and Algiers are still supporting last year's The Underside of Power.

Hot Tuna @ Beacon Theatre
Having done an acoustic show in NYC on Thanksgiving Eve last year, Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady are back this year for an electric show. Their blues rock jams are as fiery today as they were back in the '70s, and you can probably expect them to play at least a little Jefferson Airplane too.

Drugdealer, Jackson MacIntosh @ Baby's All Right
Baby's All Right continues its fifth anniversary month of shows with California's Drugdealer who just played Mexican Summer's 10th Anniversary show at Pioneer Works. The band sold out Market Hotel back in August so this is a relatively small show for them these days. If you're in town and not elbow-deep in stuffing prep, you might not wanna miss the opportunity. Jackson MacIntosh, who plays in Drugdealer's band (and fronts Montreal's Sheer Agony), opens the night with a solo set.

oOoOO x Islamiq Grrrls, Taphari @ Elsewhere Zone One
oOoOO, one of the leaders of the short-lived witch house genre, returned in 2018 with his first album in five years, which was a collaboration with producer/singer Islamiq Grrrls. The duo are touring together now and hitting Brooklyn tonight.

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie @ FREQ
Increasingly popular Bronx sing-rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is celebrating Thanksgiving Eve with a late-night party at Manhattan club FREQ.

Amy Schumer @ Kings Theatre
Though she had to postpone some shows on this tour due to complications with her pregnancy, Amy's back on the road, playing Brooklyn on Wednesday, and will no doubt be as unexpurgated as ever.

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