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5 Concerts You Shouldn’t Miss This Week In NYC

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5 Concerts You Shouldn’t Miss This Week In NYC

There is no doubt that New York City is one of the live-music capitals of the world, and you don’t have to hit the summer festivals to see some amazing live music.  Here are 5 concerts is the city that you shouldn’t miss this week:

The Frenchie Davis Experience
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  • Metropolitan Room – 34 W 22nd Street, Manhattan, 10010
  • Entry at 4:00 pm
  • Price: $25

Coming to you direct from the second season of American Idol is fan-favorite Frenchie Davis. Since AI she has performed in RENT, Cinderella Enchanted, Dreamgirls, and Ain’t Misbehavin’. Her Broadway performances earned her a Grammy nomination. This is a show not to be missed.

Minda Larsen
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  • Metropolitan Room – 34 W 22nd Street, Manhattan, 10010
  • Entry at 7:00 pm
  • Price: $20

Minda Larsen recently won the 2015 MetroStar challenge at the Metropolitan Room. She studied opera at the Manhattan School of Music and was most recently seen in the Emmy Award winning Carousel! Larsen is a world class performer and her live show is one to mark down on your calendar.

Don’t feed the Musicians!
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  • Q.E.D. Astoria – 27-16 23rd Avenue, Queens, 11105
  • Entry at 7:30 pm
  • Price: $5

You might know Rob Paravonian from the “Pachelbel Rant” video that went viral (13 million views) on YouTube a few years ago. Well since then he’s been on TV, Radio, and now the Q.E.D. Astoria! If a night of comedy and music is your thing then “Don’t Feed the Musicians” is definitely a show worth catching.

Ghostland Observatory
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  • Webster Hall – 125 E 11th St, Manhattan, 10003
  • Entry at 9:00 pm
  • Price: $30

Ghostland Observatory is a blend of minimal electro, and old school blues and rock, the result is a shimmering, pulsing pop music that is at once kinetically alive with striking vocals and driving guitar work but also anchored firmly by percussive beats and Moog-generated melodies and hooks.

City Alley
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The members of City Alley grew up in East Northport NY. This local band have played together for years and have grown together musically. City Alley bring emotionally driven harmonies mixed with many styles of music to offer audiences a emotive musical experience. Check out their new single “Reflection,” and catch them at Highline Ballroom!

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