What’s going on Wednesday?
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Tom Jones @ Beacon Theater
Armed with those powerful pops, tongue-in-cheek bravado and a whole bunch of hits, it's not unusual to want to see Tom Jones in 2016.
Let's Eat Grandma, Luxley @ Berlin
What to make of Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth whose music as Let’s Eat Grandma is danceable, occasionally creepy and wonderfully weird? Comparisons have been made to everyone from Tricky to Lorde but there’s really nobody else quite like this very young duo.
Jah Wobble and The Invaders of The Heart, 75 Dollar Bill @ Bowery Ballroom
Former PiL bassist, post punk icon and general cool cat Jah Wobble just released Everything is Nothing, his new album with his ever-morphing, genre-enveloping combo Invaders of the Heart. It's rare for them to tour -- tickets are still available.
Dave Harrington, Spencer Zahn @ Manhattan Inn
While Darkside are no more (or on indefinite hiatus), guitarist Dave Harrington still plays NYC pretty much weekly (it feels like that at least), and he's always doing something interesting.
Blind Pilot, River Whyless @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Indie folkies Blind Pilot recently released And Then Like Lions, their first album in five years, on ATO Records. Tonight’s their second of two sold-out NYC shows in support of it.
Tara Jane O'Neil, Ryan Sawyer, Jmy James Kidd, Ami Dang @ Pioneer Works
Multi-instrumentalist Tara Jane O’Neil is joined by prolific drummer Ryan Sawyer which also features dance choreography from Jmy James Kidd.
Tiger Army, Tijuana Panthers, Creeper @ The Bell House
Southern California trio Tijuana Panthers keep things on the party side of the garage with some of it spilling into the beach.
Allison Weiss, Thin Lips, Josiah & The Bonnevilles, The Regrettes @ The Studio at Webster Hall
Between Allison Weiss, Thin Lips and The Regrettes, this is a solid bill all around of indie pop punk (and then there's the weirdly-matched Josiah & The Bonnevilles).
Peter Bjorn and John, Sound of Ceres, POP ETC @ Webster Hall
Swedish pop trio PB&J returned with their first album in five year's Breakin' Point. You expect songs with whistling as well.
Matthew Sweet @ City Winery
Best known for his 1991 album Girlfriend, power pop great Matthew Sweet has a great catalog of music to pull from tonight (and good taste in covers).
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.
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