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May 2015

01 May

01 May

Sleater-Kinney - Hollywood Palladium (LA, CA)


Sleater-Kinney, hailed by Rolling Stone as "America's fiercest punk band," shocked and awed fans with the surprise announcement of their first album in 10 years, 'No Cities To Love' (out now, Sub Pop), called "catchy as all-clashing hell" by Pitchfork, "the first great album of 2015" by the New York Times, and "a crowning jewel in their legacy" by GRAMMY-winner St. Vincent writing in Rolling Stone.

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04 May

Brandi Carlile performs on Letterman (CBS)


Brandi Carlile’s ‘The Firewatcher’s Daughter’ explodes with energy, urgency and pristine harmonies from being recorded entirely live without any demoing or practicing beforehand - alongside longtime collaborators The Twins, Tim and Phil Hanseroth.

04 May

04 May

Twin Danger - Pianos (NYC)


The dark, sexy new brainchild of Stuart Matthewman (co-founder of Sade) and vocalist Vanessa Bley (frontwoman of psych-rock outfit Beast Patrol and daughter of free jazz pianist Paul Bley) that melds noir jazz with midnight blues and cinematic grooves.

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05 May

The Bros. Landreth

The Bros Landreth - Rockwood Music Hall (NYC)


The Landreth siblings grew up sneaking into blues clubs in Winnipeg, where their dad played guitar. Now they're crisscrossing the Canada-America border with their own roots-rock sound anchored by four-part harmonies, slide guitar solos and influences ranging from Bonnie Raitt to another pair of bearded, brotherly bluesmen: the Allmans.

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05 May

05 May

06 May

06 May

07 May

The Vaccines performs on Fallon (NBC)


The acclaimed platinum-selling UK foursome have set a precedent for modern Brit rock. They are on tour for their first album released in three years, produced by Dave Fridmann.

08 May

Lee Brice - Best Buy Theater (NYC)


The evocative, rough edged singer made his first #1 Billboard Country debut with 'I Don't Dance,' — whose title track is nominated for ACM’s “Single Record of the Year. In addition to being a top-notch entertainer, Lee wrote and produced 13 of the deluxe edition's 16 songs, and played almost every instrument. 

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08 May

09 May

Bhi Bhiman - El Rey (LA)


The Sri Lankan-American songwriter reflects America in 2015, folding biting social commentary into witty lyrics and stick-in-your-head melodies sung with an idiosyncratic tenor. 

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11 May

A2IM Music Biz Reception at Events on Third (Nashville)


Celebrating 10 years, this trade organization supports the rights of 340+ independent labels (small and medium enterprises) in delivering innovative music to a fair and equitable marketplace, including lobbying in Congress for copyright protection and advocating for licensing rate parity for all creators.

12 May

13 May

13 May

13 May

Aaron Watson - Mercury Lounge (NYC)


This proud country traditionalist recently made Billboard history as the first independent male Country artist to debut #1 with the release of ’The Underdog,’ (2.17) — produced by Keith Stegall (Alan Jackson, George Jones) — all while staying true to his faith, family and fans.

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14 May

14 May

Aaron Watson - 9:30 Club (D.C.)


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This proud country traditionalist recently made Billboard history as the first independent male Country artist to debut #1 with the release of ’The Underdog,’ (2.17) — produced by Keith Stegall (Alan Jackson, George Jones) — all while staying true to his faith, family and fans.

14 May

A2IM’s Member Meet-Up at El Chavito (LA)


Celebrating 10 years, this trade organization supports the rights of 340+ independent labels (small and medium enterprises) in delivering innovative music to a fair and equitable marketplace, including lobbying in Congress for copyright protection and advocating for licensing rate parity for all creators.

14 May

Joey Alexander - The Today Show (NBC)


Jazz piano wunderkind Joey Alexander has wowed the likes of Wynton Marsalis, Herbie Hancock and Bill Clinton with his sophisticated arrangements and joyful improvisation — ‘My Favorite Things’ is a crystallization of his potential.

16 May

17 May

17 May

18 May

18 May

18 May

19 May

San Fermin - The Troubadour (LA)


Eight-piece rock ensemble San Fermin have toured with St. Vincent, Arctic Monkeys and more and NPR Music said they're "electrified, amplified and, above all, emboldened" on their new Peter Katis-produced (Interpol, The National) LP 'Jackrabbit'

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19 May

19 May

19 May

The Willis Clan self-releases ‘Heaven’


A 21st century Von Trapp family, the 14 member family deliver a sound that blend the traditional music of their Irish roots with Nashville’s modern multi-genre influences - all of which they write, arrange, and record themselves.  

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20 May

20 May

22 May

23 May

25 May

26 May

26 May

Aaron Watson - The Troubadour (LA)


This proud country traditionalist recently made Billboard history as the first independent Country artist to debut #1 with the release of ’The Underdog,’ (2.17) — produced by Keith Stegall (Alan Jackson, George Jones) — all while staying true to his faith, family and fans.

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26 May

27 May

27 May

28 May

The Iridium - Steve Smith & Vital Information (NYC)


Known as the house Les Paul built, where the electric guitar pioneer performed every Monday until his passing, The Iridium has hosted superstars like Paul McCartney, Jeff Beck, and Steve Miller, while shining a spotlight on up-and-comers making waves in the rock, jazz, pop and folk scenes.

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28 May

29 May

The Iridium - Steve Smith & Vital Information (NYC)


Known as the house Les Paul built, where the electric guitar pioneer performed every Monday until his passing, The Iridium has hosted superstars like Paul McCartney, Jeff Beck, and Steve Miller, while shining a spotlight on up-and-comers making waves in the rock, jazz, pop and folk scenes.

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30 May

31 May

London Souls - The Mint (LA)


Back after guitarist Tash Neal’s recovery from a hit-and-run accident, this blazing NYC duo inject youthful abandon into Lep Zep riffs with Band of Gypsies-style intensity  — but with a tender side that recalls the wide-eyed power-pop of Big Star. 

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