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Live Music Coming To NYC In October

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Live Music Coming To NYC In October

There is no doubt that New York City is one of the live-music capitals of the world, and even though the summer festivals are over, the city is overflowing with amazing live music.  Here are 5 concerts in the city that you and your musicophile friends shouldn’t miss over the next few weeks:

Pedrito Martinez Group @ Subrosa
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  • Tuesday, October 11th – 7:00 pm
  • Subrosa – 63 Gansevoort Street, 10014
  • Price – $8

From the streets of Havana to the city lights of New York, Pedrito Martinez and his Grammy-nominated band have come a long way. Quincy Jones says this upbeat Afro-Cuban group made him “feel like a teenager again”. Praise indeed!

 

Flight Facilities @ Webster Hall

Tuesday, October 11th – 8:00 pm

  • Webster Hall – 125 E 11th St, Manhattan, 10003
  • Price – $27

The hottest electronic music duo from down under lands in NYC next week. Fresh from collaborations with the likes of Kylie Minogue, Flight Facilities is eager to bring their eclectic style to the Big Apple.

The Music of Ray Charles
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  • Sunday, October 23rd – 8:00 pm
  • B.B. King Blues Club & Grill – 237 West 42nd Street, 10036
  • Price – $7

See the legacy of Ray Charles brought to life like never before as Wayne Holmes dons the famous shades and lets rip on the keys like the soul icon himself.

 

The Delta Blues w/ CeDell Davis
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  • Thursday, October 20th – 7:00 pm
  • National Sawdust – 80 N 6th Street, Brooklyn, 11249
  • Price – $25

Here’s your chance to see a living blues legend in the flesh. CeDell Davis is 90 years old but is still one of the most talented live musicians around.

 

Deerhunter @ Webster Hall
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  • Monday, October 24th – 8:00 pm
  • Webster Hall – 125 E 11th St, Manhattan, 10003
  • Price – $30

Indie more your thing? Atlanta’s Deerhunter bring the melancholic garage rock along with tracks from their more pop-infused latest album Fading Frontier.

Featured image source [nickydigital]

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