In the Country at Scandinavia House

Written by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on . Posted in Music, Posts

Once again, Scandinavia House hosts one of the best bargains tickets going on in town tonight, this time with Norwegian trio In The Country. Equal parts mournful and pretty, In The Country’s compositions show a great deal of imagination at work in the mind of pianist bandleader Morten Qvenild. Although the band — which also [&hellip
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Unannounced McCartney Show, Now Announced

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Music, Posts

Sir Paul McCartney will be playing an unannounced free show at the Highline Ballroom on June 13. The ex-Beatle, who postponed the world tour for his new album “Memory Almost Full” until his ongoing divorce from second wife Heather dancing-with-the-one- -legged-star Mills has been completed, promised to perform just “bits and pieces” to support the [&hellip
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URB ALT Uptown

Written by Jerry Portwood on . Posted in Music, Posts

If you haven’t been up to Harlem yet, and you’re going to forgo the Puerto Rican festivities happening all over the city, then the best bet would be to travel to URB ALT festival tomorrow, June 9.  Didn’t know there was this much going on in West Harlem? Well, the alternative music/visual art goes down [&hellip
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Rockin’ with Roky Erickson

Written by Brian Heater on . Posted in Music, Posts

There were no explanations or apologies. No long VH1 "Storytellers"-like interludes between songs. Surely everyone in the audience Saturday night at Castle Clinton was of that ilk that likes a good, long horror story with their guitar rock, but, like his appearance at the Bowery Ballroom in late April, Roky Erickson’s between-song banter was limited, [&hellip
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