Kevin Morby live at The Ottobar
Kevin Morby and his supremely tight band (Hand Habits Meg, Nick, Cyrus & Oliver) came to the local Ottobar in Baltimore, MD to play his lovely and inspired City Music for a truly moving set. This reviewer happens to think that the KM Band puts on best Rock & Roll show that there is, so if they’re stopping by your town, you are probably going to want to check it out.
Hop Along and Lucy Stone at Johnny Brenda’s
Last Saturday Hop Along played a super sold-out record release show in honor of Bark Your Head Off, Dog at Johnny Brenda’s. Songs old and new sounded electric. The promising Lucy Stone opened.
Kolars and Escondido play Rough Trade
KOLARS are a duo from LA who bring a high energy pop rock to the table while Escondido are from Nashville and have a smooth desert rock vibe going on.
Anderson East with JS Ondara at the Fillmore
Alabama singer-songwriter Anderson East played the Fillmore in San Francisco on March 2nd. Minnesota-via-Kenya folk singer JS Ondara opened.
Gogol Bordello at the Fillmore
“Raucous New York gypsy punks Gogol Bordello played the first of two sold-out shows at the Fillmore in San Francisco on 2/27/18. NYC brass band Lucky Chops opened with a frenetic set of their own.”
The Oh Hellos and Lowland Hum at Union Transfer
The Oh Hellos brought their endless energy to the stage in front of a huge crowd. Magic!
Mt. Joy and Neko Case Ticket Giveaway
You don’t want to miss this show
Washburn and the River “Easy Part of Me”
Atmospheric with a hint of Saturnine
Glen Hansard and guests play Brooklyn Steel
Sunday night in Brooklyn and there is no room for anyone else at Brooklyn Steel. Glen Hansard‘s show sold out a long time ago and for a very good reason. Hansard was on fire, and tore through 3 hours of material old and new, with openers August Wells and special guest David Keenan (who brought the house down). A magical night amongst friends and music lovers.
The Accidentals live at The Iridium
An hour filled with feel-good music
Belle Adair “Rest Easy”
A highly hypnotic track
Common Jack Live at Arlene’s Grocery
Saturday night on the frigid lower East side of Manhattan at Arlenes Grocery Common Jack took to the stage in front of a packed house. John Gardner fronts this 5 piece band tonight (Joe Carroll on guitar, Erica Swindell on keys and violin, Harper James on bass, and Dave Scalia on drums). The indie folk vibe is shining bright for these guys as we were treated to songs old and new as well as some unreleased material. Their latest single “Restless” (a song about taking a step back an giving yourself a chance to gather your thoughts) is out now on all platforms. Highlight of the set was “Faded Flag”. Simply stunning.
The American Buffalo, “Feverish”
The lyrical poem from Josh Edward
The National with This is The Kit at Verizon Hall
The National electrified a sold-out Philly crowd with “Sleep Well Beast” and many of their indie-rock classics in this grand classical music hall.
The National at The Anthem
Indie rock giants, The National, stopped by DC’s biggest room, The Anthem, to play All The Hits.
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