The Killers rush from Wembley sold out gig to play tiny London club show – Listen to new song!

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The Killers @ Wembley 2013 .

The Killers rushed from their triumphant Wembley Stadium debut gig to play a tiny club show at The Garage club in Islington, London last night (June 22).

The Garage show, announced at 8pm via Twitter, saw the band play 40 minutes of rarities and hits to a packed crowd of 800, having raced across town from playing to 70,000 fans at Wembley, where they played a brand new track, ‘Wembley Song’, written specially for the show.

The Wembley gig began with ‘Enterlude’, with frontman Brandon Flowers solo at the piano, then – as at the Isle Of Wight festival last weekend where they opened with ‘Mr Brightside’ – the band launched into one of their major hits, this time ‘When You Were Young’. It kicked off a celebratory set full of fireworks and glitter cannons that included covers of Joy Division’s ‘Shadowplay’ and ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’, made famous by Girls Aloud and Tiffany but originally by Ritchie Cordell – “tonight we’re stealing it back,” Brandon said.

The aforementioned ‘Wembley Song’ traced The Killers’ career “from Dave’s apartment to Wembley”, comically noting that early singles left us confused to find that the band were from Vegas “when you were sure it must be Sheffield or Camden”. The song also listed bands that had played at Wembley previously, including Green Day, with Brandon admitting, “I said some shit, but that was the old me”. You can watch fan-shot footage of the band playing the song below.

The Killers played:

‘Enterlude’
‘When You Were Young’
‘Spaceman’
‘The Way It Was’
‘Smile Like You Mean It’
‘This River Is Wild’
‘Bling (Confessions of a King)’
‘Shadowplay ‘
‘Miss Atomic Bomb’
‘Human’
‘Somebody Told Me’
‘I Think We’re Alone Now’
‘Here With Me’
‘For Reasons Unknown’
‘From Here On Out’
‘A Dustland Fairytale’
‘Wembley Song’
‘Read My Mind’
‘Runaways’
‘All These Things That I’ve Done’
‘Flesh And Bone’
‘Jenny Was a Friend of Mine’
‘Battle Born’
‘Mr Brightside’

The Killers then rushed to The Garage club in Islington where they took the stage at 1.40am to play a 40-minute set which included a smattering of rarely-played songs before rolling out the hits.

The Killers played:

‘Change Your Mind’
‘Under The Gun’
‘Tranquilize’
‘Read My Mind’
‘Losing Touch’
‘I Think We’re Alone Now’
‘Runaways’
‘When You Were Young’
‘Glamorous Indie Rock & Roll’
‘Mr Brightside’
‘All These Things That I’ve Done’

Queens of the Stone Age Rock Brooklyn

Queens of the Stone Age before taking the stage in Brooklyn, New York. Photo: C. Taylor Crothers

Queens of the Stone Age before taking the stage in Brooklyn, New York.
Photo: C. Taylor Crothers

Josh Homme nearly lost his mind on the way to the year’s heaviest hit LP

June 21, 2013

Queens of the Stone Age are due onstage in Brooklyn any minute now, but frontman Josh Homme is nowhere to be found. Backstage, guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen, keyboardist Dean Fertita, bassist Michael Shuman and drummer Jon Theodore strum unplugged instruments and make stiff drinks. Suddenly, Homme bursts into the room. Everyone turns to look at the six-foot-four singer-guitarist, whose ginger buzz cut, knuckle tattoos and muscled-up frame make him look a little like a Viking warrior. “Fuck it,” Homme announces, ripping up a copy of tonight’s set list with a devilish grin and pouring himself a big shot of tequila. “We’ll do the [new] record start to finish.”

The Queens pummel the audience with the evil riffs and twisted grooves of Like Clockwork – an album that’s been out for less than a week – and the crowd explodes, throwing fists in the air. A few days later, the disc debuts at Number One. It’s an impressive trick for their first album in six years – which is also their first since leaving their longtime major label, Interscope (“Like rats vacating a sinking ship,” says Van Leeuwen), for an indie deal with Matador.

Homme loves this kind of thing – flipping the script, keeping ’em guessing. “The cool thing about disappearing for a while is re-emerging,” he says the day before the show, sitting on a gold, thronelike sofa at his Manhattan hotel. “You show up, tap someone on the shoulder: ‘Boo!’ ”

He takes a long pull off an e-cigarette. “I’m trying to quit,” says the frontman, who turned 40 in May. “It’s a shame to be controlled by something.” Moderation is a relatively new attitude for Homme. Most of the world met him in 2000 as the wild-eyed madman growling the words “Nicotine, Valium, Vicodin, marijuana, Ecstasy and alcohol/C-c-c-cocaine!” over and over on the Queens’ early signature song, “Feel Good Hit of the Summer.” The next few years flew by in a blur of bar fights and feuds with other bands. In 2005, a judge made Homme go to anger management after he allegedly smashed a beer bottle over another musician’s head. “I learned nothing,” Homme defiantly told an interviewer two years later. But today, he is a contented husband and dad to two kids. Does he still party like he used to? “You mean, like it’s 1999?” he says. “But it’s not 1999.”

Still, the old rock & roll animal isn’t entirely gone. His raunchy sense of humor is intact – later tonight, he will entertain his bandmates with a long string of jokes about female anatomy (“Did you know you can see the Great Wall of ‘Gina from space?”). And there’s a brooding, menacing streak not far below the surface. Just ask him how he felt after touring the world in 2010 with Them Crooked Vultures, the band he formed with his old buddy Dave Grohl (who played drums on the Queens’ 2002 breakthrough LP) and Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones. By the end of their run, Homme says, “I was starting to feel exhausted by it all. Musically bankrupt.” His mood didn’t exactly improve when complications from routine knee surgery forced him to stay bedridden in his Palm Springs, California, house for three painful months. “I was very bitter and angry,” he says. “You go, ‘God, I wish I could get rid of myself.’ I hated music for a while. It just seemed like, who cares?”

On the mend, Homme had an idea that he thought he’d find rejuvenating: hitting the road behind a reissue of the Queens’ 1998 debut – which meant teaching the current lineup, who all joined years later, to play the tunes that started it all. “I was hoping that would spark something for me, you know?” says Homme. “But I was still pretty out of it. Just searching in the dark, looking for something to hold on to.”

After the tour, the rest of the guys talked Homme into starting a new album. He thought they could knock something out in six weeks. That didn’t quite happen: The sessions ended up dragging on for five months, long­er than they’d ever spent in the studio. A low point came last November, when Homme shocked his fans and bandmates alike by firing drummer Joey Castillo. “It was hard, but it was done by consensus,” is all he’ll say now. “That was the darkest time,” adds Van Leeuwen with a sigh. “It didn’t make any sense.”

Castillo had been brought on 10 years earlier to replace Grohl. With the band needing another new drummer, Grohl was the first call. He laid down sledgehammer-heavy parts on five tracks, jump-starting the stalled sessions. (Homme eventually recruited Theodore, who used to drum for the Mars Volta, as a longer-term replacement.) A succession of other clutch assists followed, from old pals like Screaming Trees’ Mark Lanegan to marquee names like Trent Reznor and Elton John, who sings and plays piano on the supercharged “Fairweather Friends.” The collaboration was John’s idea – he called Homme to offer his services as “a real queen.”

But for serious Queens fans, the biggest deal is probably the two tracks featuring backing vocals from the band’s demonic-looking former bassist Nick Oliveri, who was fired from the group in 2004 amid allegations of domestic violence and heavy drinking. (He returned to the headlines when a SWAT team raided his Hollywood home during a domestic incident in 2011.) “With all the coming and going in this band, you just never know,” says Van Leeuwen. “I can’t say how many pleasant and horrifying surprises have come into my life through this. It definitely makes you feel like you’re alive.”

After rocking Brooklyn, the band heads out to celebrate at an East Village bar. “I’m kinda beat,” Homme protests to no one in particular around 1 a.m. “I’ve been getting up with my kids at seven in the morning.” OK, fine, twist his arm – he’ll stay out for another drink or two. The rest of the Queens are still going hard well past 3 a.m. But wait, where’s Homme? No one seems to know. Just like that, he’s gone again.

Via Rolling Stone

June Concert Calendar – New York City

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Friday, June 7

Artist
Venue
Price
Little Mix Central Park free
Emblem3 Central Park free
Sidney Samson Pacha Buy Tickets $25
Old Crow Medicine Show The Capitol Theatre Buy Tickets $25-$50
Jonny Fritz The Capitol Theatre Buy Tickets $25-$50
Eddie Money The Paramount Buy Tickets $25-$49.50
Jessica Betts Apollo Theater Buy Tickets $20
Totally Enormous Exti… Webster Hall Buy Tickets $15
Kidnap Kid Webster Hall Buy Tickets $15
Alex English Webster Hall Buy Tickets $15
Rekles Webster Hall Buy Tickets $15
Ottmat Liebert and Lu… B.B. King’s Buy Tickets $35/$40
The Joe Locke Quintet Jazz at Lincoln Center $20-$45
Couer de Pirate Stage 48 $25
Dinosaur Jr. Irving Plaza Buy Tickets $32
Reignwolf Irving Plaza Buy Tickets $32
Oblivians South Street Seapo… free
Ex-Cult South Street Seapo… free
Giuseppe Ottaviani Santos’ Party House $20
DJ Herbert Holler (le) Poisson Rouge Buy Tickets $15/$20
DJ Cosi (le) Poisson Rouge Buy Tickets $15/$20
Doveman (le) Poisson Rouge Buy Tickets $15
Mad Dogs & Dominos Highline Ballroom Buy Tickets $35-$75
Big Country The Gramercy Theatre Buy Tickets $24.50
The Cringe The Gramercy Theatre Buy Tickets $24.50
Glint The Gramercy Theatre Buy Tickets $24.50
Mother Feather The Gramercy Theatre Buy Tickets $24.50
Britt Daniel Brooklyn Bowl $8
Polica Brooklyn Bowl Buy Tickets $15
Solid Gold Brooklyn Bowl Buy Tickets $15
Spirit Family Reunion Brooklyn Bowl Buy Tickets $15
The National Reserve Brooklyn Bowl Buy Tickets $15
Last Good Tooth Brooklyn Bowl Buy Tickets $15
Swear and Shake Bowery Ballroom Buy Tickets $14/$17
The Revivalists Bowery Ballroom Buy Tickets $14/$17
Roadkill Ghost Choir Bowery Ballroom Buy Tickets $14/$17
Japandroids Music Hall of Wburg Buy Tickets $25
Lucian Ban & Mat Maneri Rubin Museum of Art $20
The Remains The Bell House Buy Tickets $20/$25
The A-Bones The Bell House Buy Tickets $20/$25
Joe Cruz and Somos Musica S.O.B.’s Buy Tickets $10
Q-Tip SRB Brooklyn $10
Scratch SRB Brooklyn $10
DJ Spinna SRB Brooklyn $10
Terrence Parker Cameo Gallery Buy Tickets $12/$15
Free Magic Cameo Gallery Buy Tickets $12/$15
Faso Cameo Gallery Buy Tickets $12/$15
Cute is What We Aim For Studio at Webster Hall Buy Tickets $13
The Dangerous Summer Studio at Webster Hall Buy Tickets $13
Christeene Studio at Webster Hall Buy Tickets $10
Half Moon Run The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $10/$12
Hey Champ The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $13
Gemini Club The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $13
Friendly Greg The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $13
Pure Bathing Culture The Mercury Lounge Buy Tickets $10
Monogold The Mercury Lounge Buy Tickets $10
NatNaiel The Mercury Lounge $10
Julius Myth The Mercury Lounge $10
All Natural The Mercury Lounge $10
Kassa The Mercury Lounge $10
Rav. P The Mercury Lounge $10
Twistin Tarantulas Rodeo Bar free
Stefano Bollani Trio Birdland Buy Tickets $40
MDSGN 285 Kent Avenue $10/$15
ELOS 285 Kent Avenue $10/$15
Ahnnu 285 Kent Avenue $10/$15
VHVL 285 Kent Avenue $10/$15
Jerry Douglas Blue Note Buy Tickets $20/$35
Adam Deitch and the M… Blue Note Buy Tickets $20
Dirty River Boys Hill Country Barbecue free
Gina Bon Jersey Bowery Electric free
Michael Stella Star Bowery Electric free
Tommy USA Bowery Electric free
Ellis Paul Joe’s Pub Buy Tickets $22-$25
Champagne Jerry Joe’s Pub Buy Tickets $12-$15
Rocky and The Pressers Joe’s Pub Buy Tickets $12
Cultfever Spike Hill Buy Tickets $6
Clementine & Galaxy Spike Hill Buy Tickets $6
Lips Spike Hill Buy Tickets $6
Kiss Slash Crooked Smile Spike Hill Buy Tickets $6
Melissa Czarnik Spike Hill Buy Tickets $6
S & M Spike Hill Buy Tickets $6
Wolff & Tuba Pianos free
Haley Bowery and the … Arlene’s Grocery Buy Tickets $10
Hannah vs. the Many Arlene’s Grocery Buy Tickets $10
Typhoid Rosie Arlene’s Grocery Buy Tickets $10
Matthew Pop Arlene’s Grocery Buy Tickets $10
Michael Powers Frequence Terra Blues Bar free
Cheeztacular 2013 The Rock Shop $5
Kenny Barron Quartet Village Vanguard $25
The Studio Presents The Bitter End $8
The David Kolker Band The Bitter End $8
Bugaloo Kings 78 Below free
Bruce Robison & Kelly… City Winery Buy Tickets $22-$32
Hot Club of Flatbush Radegast Hall free
Olli Soikkeli Radegast Hall free
Oh No! and the Tiger Pit Union Hall Buy Tickets $10
Morningbell Union Hall Buy Tickets $10
Olivia Mancini Union Hall Buy Tickets $10
Gospel Queens of Brooklyn Fat Cat Billiards $3
Tal Bergman Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Ron DeJesus Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Mike Merritt Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Renato Neto Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Daniel Sadownick Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Joe Bonamassa Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Jason Rigby Cornelia St. Café $20
Robert Rocker Cleopatra’s Needle free
Kanye West Randall’s Island $95
Kings of Leon Randall’s Island $95
Guns N’ Roses Randall’s Island $95
Animal Collective Randall’s Island $95
Pretty Lights Randall’s Island $95
Kendrick Lamar Randall’s Island $95
Nas Randall’s Island $95
Erykah Badu Randall’s Island $95
Best Coast Randall’s Island $95
Icona Pop Randall’s Island $95
Azealia Banks Randall’s Island $95

Saturday, June 8

Artist
Venue
Price
Paul McCartney Barclays Center Buy Tickets $83.10-$349.40
Wynton Marsalis Prospect Park free
Boris Pacha Buy Tickets $30
Big Country The Paramount Buy Tickets $24.50-$50
Navegante Apollo Theater Buy Tickets $20
Flinch Webster Hall $10
Smog Webster Hall $10
Subset Webster Hall $10
Paper Diamond Webster Hall $20
MT Eden Webster Hall $20
Candyland Webster Hall $20
Dotexe Webster Hall $20
Judy Collins Town Hall Buy Tickets $42-$67
Strawberry Fields B.B. King’s Buy Tickets $40/$42.50
Southside Johnny and … B.B. King’s Buy Tickets $36.50/$40
The Joe Locke Quintet Jazz at Lincoln Center $20-$45
Couer de Pirate Stage 48 $25
Charetta Irving Plaza Buy Tickets $18
The Blackfires Irving Plaza Buy Tickets $18
The Amatory Murder Irving Plaza Buy Tickets $18
Mother Irving Plaza Buy Tickets $18
MacHines Elves Irving Plaza Buy Tickets $18
Cassino Santos’ Party House Buy Tickets $10/$12
Brendan Rivera Santos’ Party House Buy Tickets $10/$12
A Moment’s Worth Santos’ Party House Buy Tickets $10/$12
DJ Purevile! (le) Poisson Rouge Buy Tickets $5
DJ Patrick (le) Poisson Rouge Buy Tickets $5
John Zorn/Bill Laswel… (le) Poisson Rouge Buy Tickets $30
Tamia Highline Ballroom Buy Tickets $30/$35
Rick Wonder Highline Ballroom $20
Thor The Gramercy Theatre Buy Tickets $12
GRiZ The Gramercy Theatre Buy Tickets $22
Cherub The Gramercy Theatre Buy Tickets $22
Chris Keating Brooklyn Bowl Buy Tickets $8
Haim Brooklyn Bowl Buy Tickets $15
Kate Boy Brooklyn Bowl Buy Tickets $15
Toad the Wet Sprocket Brooklyn Bowl Buy Tickets $15
Leroy Justice Brooklyn Bowl Buy Tickets $15
Jessie’s Girl Canal Room Buy Tickets $8
Sea Wolf Bowery Ballroom Buy Tickets $15
Roze Royze The Bell House Buy Tickets $10
Noa D The Bell House Buy Tickets $10
Nasty ESQ The Bell House Buy Tickets $10
Leah V The Bell House Buy Tickets $10
So Percussion The Metropolitan M… $25
Man Forever The Metropolitan M… $25
Back2Basic S.O.B.’s Buy Tickets $15
Pantrin Vibes S.O.B.’s Buy Tickets $15
Wax S.O.B.’s Buy Tickets $15
Natural Freaks S.O.B.’s Buy Tickets $15
Staks S.O.B.’s Buy Tickets $15
Majesty S.O.B.’s Buy Tickets $15
Norie S.O.B.’s Buy Tickets $15
Kevin Crown S.O.B.’s Buy Tickets $15
Liliana Araujo & Forr… S.O.B.’s Buy Tickets $10
Ray de La Paz SRB Brooklyn $10/$20
Frankie Vazquez SRB Brooklyn $10/$20
DJ Henry Knowles SRB Brooklyn $10/$20
DJ Andy SRB Brooklyn $10/$20
The Lawn Boys Sullivan Hall Buy Tickets $12-$15
The Timberfakes Sullivan Hall Buy Tickets $14
Hard Knock Live Sullivan Hall Buy Tickets $14
Lady Blacktronica Cameo Gallery Buy Tickets $12/$15
Nooka Jones Cameo Gallery Buy Tickets $12/$15
Evan Michael Cameo Gallery Buy Tickets $12/$15
Marijuana Deathsquads The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $10/$12
Solid Gold The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $10/$12
Greg Grease The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $10/$12
Eprom The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $10/$12
Dubbel Dutch The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $10/$12
Sleepyhead The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $10/$12
Waiting for Henry The Mercury Lounge Buy Tickets $10
Turkuaz The Mercury Lounge Buy Tickets $10/$12
The Quick and Easy Boys The Mercury Lounge Buy Tickets $10/$12
The Bloodshots Rodeo Bar free
Enrico Rava Quintet Birdland Buy Tickets $40
Adult. 285 Kent Avenue $10/$15
Black Marble 285 Kent Avenue $10/$15
Eraas 285 Kent Avenue $10/$15
You. 285 Kent Avenue $10/$15
Jerry Douglas Blue Note Buy Tickets $20/$35
Ruby Velle and the So… Blue Note Buy Tickets $15
Ben Kenney Maxwell’s Buy Tickets $15
Gina Bon Jersey Bowery Electric free
Michael Stella Star Bowery Electric free
Tommy USA Bowery Electric free
Kiran Ahluwalia Joe’s Pub Buy Tickets $20-$25
Wau Wau Sisters Joe’s Pub Buy Tickets $20
The Georges Joe’s Pub Buy Tickets $12
The Henry Millers Spike Hill Buy Tickets $7
Lazyeyes Spike Hill Buy Tickets $7
Modern Rivals Spike Hill Buy Tickets $7
Napoleon Spike Hill Buy Tickets $7
Eastern Hollows Spike Hill Buy Tickets $7
Grand Resort Spike Hill Buy Tickets $7
Anya Skidman Spike Hill Buy Tickets $7
Samuel Cooper Spike Hill Buy Tickets $7
Die Pretty Arlene’s Grocery Buy Tickets $10
The Reserves Arlene’s Grocery Buy Tickets $10
Wes Tucker and the Sk… Arlene’s Grocery Buy Tickets $10
Roi and the Secret People Arlene’s Grocery Buy Tickets $10
Able Hands The Rock Shop Buy Tickets $8
Money & King The Rock Shop Buy Tickets $8
GypsyWig The Rock Shop Buy Tickets $8
Kenny Barron Quartet Village Vanguard $25
School Of Rock The Bitter End free
Elisa Lovelie & The D… The Bitter End free
Torn Shorts The Bitter End free
Megan Talay The Bitter End free
Chevy Lopez The Bitter End free
Kagero The Bitter End free
3WB The Bitter End free
The Billy Hector Band The Bitter End free
Rad Trads Radegast Hall free
Bluesday Dan Band Connolly’s Pub free
Vital G Connolly’s Pub free
Twisting Faith Connolly’s Pub free
The Forum Lights Connolly’s Pub free
Spontaneous Motherlode Connolly’s Pub free
Tal Bergman Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Ron DeJesus Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Mike Merritt Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Renato Neto Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Daniel Sadownick Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Joe Bonamassa Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Erykah Badu BAMcafé $35
Kanye West Randall’s Island $95
Kings of Leon Randall’s Island $95
Guns N’ Roses Randall’s Island $95
Animal Collective Randall’s Island $95
Pretty Lights Randall’s Island $95
Kendrick Lamar Randall’s Island $95
Nas Randall’s Island $95
Erykah Badu Randall’s Island $95
Best Coast Randall’s Island $95
Icona Pop Randall’s Island $95
Azealia Banks Randall’s Island $95
Ben Rimalower The Duplex $20/$25

Sunday, June 9

Artist
Venue
Price
Enrico Macias Town Hall Buy Tickets $62-$127
The Harlem Gospel Choir B.B. King’s Buy Tickets $40/$42.50
Rahsaan Patterson B.B. King’s $26.50/$30
The Joe Locke Quintet Jazz at Lincoln Center $20-$45
Danny Krivit Santos’ Party House $5/$12
Dan Nuestadt (le) Poisson Rouge free
Simone Dinnerstein (le) Poisson Rouge Buy Tickets $25/$30
Tift Merritt (le) Poisson Rouge Buy Tickets $25/$30
‘Baby Loves Disco ‘ (le) Poisson Rouge Buy Tickets $20
Travis Sullivan’s Bjo… Highline Ballroom Buy Tickets $12/$15
Sister Sparrow and th… Brooklyn Bowl Buy Tickets $12
Hollis Brown Brooklyn Bowl Buy Tickets $12
Shakey Graves Brooklyn Bowl Buy Tickets $12
Ben Kenney The Bell House Buy Tickets $15
Bilal S.O.B.’s Buy Tickets $27
Tony Touch Sullivan Room Buy Tickets $10
Fay Victor Urban Meadow $10
Clarence Penn Urban Meadow $10
James Carney Urban Meadow $10
Rob Brown Urban Meadow $10
DJ Asho Drom free w/ RSVP
Wild Leaves Cameo Gallery Buy Tickets $8
Alpenglow Cameo Gallery Buy Tickets $8
Prairie Empire Cameo Gallery Buy Tickets $8
Aeon Rings The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $10
Weeknight The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $10
Teeel The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $10
Tiers The Glasslands Gallery Buy Tickets $10
Julian Lynch The Mercury Lounge Buy Tickets $12
The Luyas The Mercury Lounge Buy Tickets $12
SoftSpot The Mercury Lounge Buy Tickets $12
Amanda Cevallos Rodeo Bar free
Sunset Riot Rodeo Bar free
Twin Guns Rodeo Bar free
Countdown Love Rodeo Bar free
Arturo O’Farrill Afro… Birdland Buy Tickets $30
Enrico Rava Quintet Birdland Buy Tickets $40
Jerry Douglas Blue Note Buy Tickets $20/$35
Henry Butler Joe’s Pub Buy Tickets $20
Symphonic Sundays Joe’s Pub Buy Tickets $15
Mother Falcon Joe’s Pub Buy Tickets $15
Milow Joe’s Pub Buy Tickets $12-$15
Jamie Block Spike Hill free
Indie Rock Live Band Spike Hill free
The Sweet Boys Spike Hill free
Pan Arlene’s Grocery Buy Tickets $8
Peter Wise Arlene’s Grocery Buy Tickets $8
The Pioneers Terra Blues Bar free
J.P. Harris The Rock Shop Buy Tickets $10-$12
Joe Fletcher The Rock Shop Buy Tickets $10-$12
Kenny Barron Quartet Village Vanguard $25
School Of Rock The Bitter End free
Sirsy The Bitter End free
The Bitter End Allsta… The Bitter End free
Mark Greenberg The Bitter End free
Benny Harrison’s Fami… 78 Below free
Kobi Arad Band City Winery Buy Tickets $10
Dickey Betts City Winery Buy Tickets $65-$85
Brandon Lewis Fat Cat Billiards free
Tal Bergman Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Ron DeJesus Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Mike Merritt Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Renato Neto Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Daniel Sadownick Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Joe Bonamassa Iridium Buy Tickets $55
Stephane Wrembel Barbes $10
Loren Stillman Cornelia St. Café $20
Gerard Edery Cornelia St. Café $20
Keith Ingham Cleopatra’s Needle free
Jesse Simpson Cleopatra’s Needle free
Erykah Badu BAMcafé $35
Ben Rimalower The Duplex $20/$25