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7 Mind-Blowing Concerts Coming To NYC This Week.

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7 Mind-Blowing Concerts Coming To NYC This Week.

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 months away, the city is overflowing with amazing live music. Here are this the next few week:

Living Colour
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  • Where – City Winery – 155 Varick Street, 10013
  • When – Mar 13 @ 8:00 PM
  • Price – $30

During the 1980s, rock had become completely segregated and predictable, that is, until Living Colour came and shocked everyone with their high caliber, groovy rock. Living Colour found an unlikely supporter in Mick Jagger, who took the band under his wing, produced a demo for the quartet, and helped them secure a record deal… READ MORE


  • Where – The Pennsy – 2 Pennsylvania Plaza, Manhattan, 10121
  • When – Mar 18 @ 10:00 PM
  • Price – $15

Bring requests from Bon Jovi to Britney because two of the East Coast’s top entertainers will play your favorite songs as you sing, dance, drink, and laugh along. Between jams, the hosts will squeeze in hilarious roasts, games, and giveaways (free shots, anyone?), so be prepared to stay on your dancing toes. The New York Newsday describes the night as a “raucous sing-alongs… a musical free for all,” so… READ MORE


Bossa Nova Brazilian Sundays
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  • Where – The Groove – 125 Macdougal Street, 10012
  • When – Mar 19 @ 7:15 PM
  • Price – $10

Antonio Carlos “Tom” Jobim wrote the hit about the stunner from Rio in 1962 and the song has since become one of the most recognized songs in history, later going on to be performed by New York’s top contemporary musicians on the 50th anniversary of its Grammy win… READ MORE


St. Patricks Day w/ The Pietasters!
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  • Where – Webster Hall – 125 E 11th St, Manhattan, 10003
  • When – Mar 17 @ 7:00 PM
  • Price – $16

Henry Rollins loves this band, and that’s the coolest stamp of approval you can ever get. There’s nothing like some good ska to get you feeling alright, and The Pietasters excel at making good ska music with a dash of soul. Hailing from Washington, D.C., their albums “All Day” and… READ MORE

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Senses Fail
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  • Where – Webster Hall – 125 E 11th St, Manhattan, 10003
  • When – Mar 18 @ 7:00 PM
  • Price – $19,99

Ridgewood, NJ’s Senses Fail, is at a beautiful sonic crossroads. This creative ensemble has been pushing musical boundaries since 2002. Their debut EP, From The Depth Of Dreams, earned them immediate notoriety amid a burgeoning scene. More than 15 years later, Senses Fail’s… READ MORE


Devendra Banhart
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  • Where – Webster Hall – 125 E 11th St, Manhattan, 10003
  • When – Mar 16 @ 8:00 PM
  • Price – $30

Barnhart’s music makes you feel like going nowhere and to all places at once. No one else can do what this Venezuelan-American artist can do, so his success comes as no surprise. Often associated with the New Weird America genre, Banhart’s albums offer ashram-appropriate trippy-hippie tone poetry… READ MORE


West Coasting with Hippie Sabotage
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  • Where – Webster Hall – 125 E 11th St, Manhattan, 10003
  • When – Mar 17, 2017 @ 9:00 PM
  • Price – $27

Earning their stripes producing beats for rappers like J. Leake and Yukmouth, their production skills soon began to expand beyond boom-bap. When Ellie Goulding endorsed their remixes on Instagram, the spotlight began to shine on them, and they did not let the new found fame go to waste… READ MORE