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June 2015

01 June

02 June

02 June

Lee Brice - Pour House (Nashville)


The evocative, rough-edged singer made his first #1 Billboard Country debut in 2014 and recently won ACM’s “Single Record of the Year." A top-notch entertainer, artist and producer -- he'll continue with major market headline dates in 2015. 

02 June

Twin Danger - Baby’s All Right (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.

ticket and show info

02 June

Jon Cleary - Bar Lunatico (NYC)


England born, New Orleans bred multi-instrumentalist/singer/songwriter infuses his signature NOLA funk with soulful vocals, masterful piano skills, and a knack for composing infectious grooves.

02 June

02 June

Songhoy Blues - Bootleg Hi-Fi (LA, CA)


A powerful and truly unique new band. Hailing from Mali, they came together as refugees after Islamic extremists displaced their entire town. The band fuses traditional Malian music with contemporary rock and hip-hop – think Ali Farka Toure meets Black Keys.

04 June

WNYC presents Women’s Podcast Festival (NYC)


Daytime workshops & nighttime public with the leading female voices, producers and creative thinkers in audio production. With a goal to amplify innovation in podcasting, the fest features Anna Sale, Roxanne Gay, Sara Schaefer and other cool gals. 

05 June

WNYC presents Women’s Podcast Festival (NYC)


Daytime workshops & nighttime public with the leading female voices, producers and creative thinkers in audio production. With a goal to amplify innovation in podcasting, the fest features Anna Sale, Roxanne Gay, Sara Schaefer and other cool gals. 

05 June

06 June

06 June

06 June

09 June

09 June

09 June

Algiers - Mercury Lounge (NYC)


Steeped in radical politics, deeply indebted to post-punk’s sonic trailblazing and gospel’s spiritual bloodletting, this trio imbues neo-modernist hymns with caustic social sentiment and explosive noise.

tickets and show info

09 June

10 June

Lee Brice - City Winery (Nashville)


The evocative, rough-edged singer made his first #1 Billboard Country debut in 2014 and recently won ACM’s “Single Record of the Year." A top-notch entertainer, artist and producer -- he'll continue with major market headline dates in 2015. 

ticket and show info

10 June

10 June

10 June

Flo Morrissey - The Ace Hotel (NYC)


The 20-year-old Brit’s stunning Noah Georgeson (Devendra Banhart) and Philippe Zdar (Phoenix)-produced debut couples an otherworldly naivety with the weight of an old soul, and calls to mind Karen Dalton or Joanna Newsom.

10 June

12 June

Risa Binder - CMA Festival (Nashville)


The Brooklyn singer/songwriter had a desire to record country music, which inspired her to leave NYC's fast paced streets for the sights and sounds of Nashville, a life-changing decision that culminated into a career that showcases her flair for storytelling. 

ticket and show info

12 June

12 June

12 June

Lee Brice - CMA Fest LP Field (Nashville)


The evocative, rough-edged singer made his first #1 Billboard Country debut in 2014 and recently won ACM’s “Single Record of the Year." A top-notch entertainer, artist and producer -- he'll continue with major market headline dates in 2015. 

ticket and show info

13 June

13 June

Matt Jaffe - The Roxy (LA, CA)


San Francisco’s 19-year-old Matt Jaffe was discovered by Talking Heads’ Jerry Harrison at an open mic night and is the perfect combination of virtuosity and youthful charm, with his band The Distractions reinforcing his 70s New Wave, power pop-punk sound.

ticket and show info

13 June

The Iridium - Marc Cohn (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.

ticket and show info

13 June

14 June

The Iridium - Snowy White (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.

ticket and show info

15 June

The Iridium - Snowy White (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.

ticket and show info

15 June

15 June

Songhoy Blues - Rough Trade (Brooklyn)


Hailing from Mali, the band came together as refugees after Islamic extremists displaced their entire town. They fuse traditional Malian music with contemporary rock and hip-hop – together creating a unique and powerful listening experience.

ticket and show info

16 June

16 June

Songhoy Blues - Mercury Lounge (NYC)


Hailing from Mali, the band came together as refugees after Islamic extremists displaced their entire town. They fuse traditional Malian music with contemporary rock and hip-hop – together creating a unique and powerful listening experience.

ticket and show info

16 June

17 June

17 June

Rachel Brown - Slipper Room (NYC)


Native New Yorker and self-taught singer-songwriter melds West African influences with a deep-rooted ‘90s pop obsession to create breezy, sweetly delicate songs backed by a full-bodied 8-piece band of international musicians.

ticket and show info

19 June

Rock The South - Heritage Park (Cullman, AL)


Born of a spirit of community following 2011's EF-4 and EF-5 tornadoes that devastated the greater Birmingham/Huntsville, Alabama areas, the fastest growing music festival in the South - headlined by Alan Jackson - will take place in Cullman, AL June 19-20.

ticket and show info

20 June

Rock The South - Heritage Park (Cullman, AL)


Born of a spirit of community following 2011's EF-4 and EF-5 tornadoes that devastated the greater Birmingham/Huntsville, Alabama areas, the fastest growing music festival in the South - headlined by Alan Jackson - will take place in Cullman, AL June 19-20.

ticket and show info

20 June

22 June

A2IM’s Fourth Annual Indie Week (NYC)


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.

23 June

Summerfest

Summerfest (Milwaukee, WI)


The Guinness-certified World’s Largest Music Festival returns for it's 48th year in Milwaukee, with 800+ acts spanning 11 days of music that delivers ''something for everyone (Entertainment Weekly).’"

23 June

A2IM’s Fourth Annual Indie Week (NYC)


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.

23 June

23 June

23 June

A2IM 10th Anniversary Party at Slate (NYC)


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.

23 June

23 June

23 June

24 June

Summerfest

Summerfest (Milwaukee, WI)


The Guinness-certified World’s Largest Music Festival returns for it's 48th year in Milwaukee, with 800+ acts spanning 11 days of music that delivers ''something for everyone (Entertainment Weekly).’"

24 June

A2IM’s Fourth Annual Indie Week (NYC)


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.

24 June

JiHAE

JiHAE - Hotel Cafe (LA, CA)


Seoul-born, New York-based musician and multimedia artist JiHAE, which means “Wisdom” in Korean, combines her powerful voice, poetic lyrics and intricate sound arrangements all while exploring provocative and controversial topics.

tickets and show info

24 June

Houndmouth performs on Conan (TBS)


The quartet's foot-stomping swagger and gorgeous four-part harmonies captivate audiences as they perform on Letterman, open for Ryan Adams and headline their own tour.

24 June

Twin Danger - NUBLU (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.

ticket and show info

24 June

25 June

Summerfest

Summerfest (Milwaukee, WI)


The Guinness-certified World’s Largest Music Festival returns for it's 48th year in Milwaukee, with 800+ acts spanning 11 days of music that delivers ''something for everyone (Entertainment Weekly).’"

25 June

A2IM’s Fourth Annual Indie Week (NYC)


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.

25 June

25 June

A2IM 4th Annual Libera Awards at Highline Ballroom (NYC)


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.

25 June

Algiers - The Echo (LA, CA)


Steeped in radical politics, deeply indebted to post-punk’s sonic trailblazing and gospel’s spiritual bloodletting, this trio imbues neo-modernist hymns with caustic social sentiment and explosive noise.

ticket and show info

26 June

Summerfest

Summerfest (Milwaukee, WI)


The Guinness-certified World’s Largest Music Festival returns for it's 48th year in Milwaukee, with 800+ acts spanning 11 days of music that delivers ''something for everyone (Entertainment Weekly).’"

26 June

A2IM’s Fourth Annual Indie Week (NYC)


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.

26 June

27 June

Summerfest

Summerfest (Milwaukee, WI)


The Guinness-certified World’s Largest Music Festival returns for it's 48th year in Milwaukee, with 800+ acts spanning 11 days of music that delivers ''something for everyone (Entertainment Weekly).’"

28 June

Summerfest

Summerfest (Milwaukee, WI)


The Guinness-certified World’s Largest Music Festival returns for it's 48th year in Milwaukee, with 800+ acts spanning 11 days of music that delivers ''something for everyone (Entertainment Weekly).’"

30 June

Summerfest

Summerfest (Milwaukee, WI)


The Guinness-certified World’s Largest Music Festival returns for it's 48th year in Milwaukee, with 800+ acts spanning 11 days of music that delivers ''something for everyone (Entertainment Weekly).’"

30 June

Twin Danger - McKittrick Hotel (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.

ticket and show info

30 June

30 June