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April 2016

01 April

01 April

Marco Benevento - The Bootleg (LA, CA)


A maestro making “bold indie rock” (Brooklyn Vegan), Benevento has performed everywhere from Carnegie Hall and Newport Jazz to Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo. He’s in LA with his trio promoting the mesmerizing dance-rock gold from his new album, The Story of Fred Short.

ticket and show info

01 April

David Bowie Tribute - Radio City Music Hall (NYC)


Given the overwhelming response to the Music of David Bowie Tribute at Carnegie Hall from both fans and musicians following Bowie's death, a show has been added at Radio City Music Hall. Mumford & Sons, Blondie, The Flaming Lips, Pixies, Michael Stipe, Jherek Bischoff with Amanda Palmer and Anna Calvi, The Roots, Jakob Dylan, Ann Wilson of Heart, The Polyphonic Spree, Perry Farrell, Cat Power, Bette Midler, Holy Holy and Donny McCaslin Group with Mark Guiliana, Jason Linder and Tony Visconti have been confirmed for the second show. All net proceeds benefit the same non-profit music education programs as the Carnegie Hall series.

01 April

01 April

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02 April

02 April

03 April

Greyhounds - The Echoplex (LA, CA)


The Austin psych-soul duo, formed via an LA Weekly classified ad, puts on an absurdist, funky live show featuring tracks from Change Of Pace (4/1, Ardent Music). Expect melodica solos, belly percussion and, if you're lucky, a cameo from an astronaut.

ticket and show info

03 April

04 April

05 April

05 April

06 April

Maggie Rose - The Country (Nashville)


With a new ‘do and pop-rock sound, the “determined and sweetly serene” (Wall Street Journal) vocalist showcases her “sassy, playful, take-no-b…s…attitude” (AllMusic) on stage with Dallas Davidson and Trea Landon.

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06 April

07 April

Bonnie Bishop - Hotel Cafe (LA, CA)


The Grammy-winning Austin native is a self-proclaimed road dog whose signature rasp drives a dynamic live show. Expect to hear tracks from her upcoming soul project (May 27, Thirty Tigers/Red), produced by Dave Cobb (Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton).

ticket and show info

07 April

07 April

07 April

08 April

08 April

08 April

Iris DeMent - Kings Theatre (Brooklyn, NY)


The Arkansas Delta-born singer comes back to Brooklyn for a special engagement opening for John Prine. She plays songs from 2015's "breathtaking" (LA Times) The Trackless Woods, a collection of 18 poems by Russian poet/enemy of the state Anna Akhmatova set to original music.

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08 April

Haroula Rose - Rough Trade (Brooklyn, NY)


Inspired by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Pablo Neruda, and Bonnie Jo Campbell, the LA-via-Chicago songstress delivers her brand of smoky, gothic charm from her new record, Here The Blue River. A storyteller in film and television, she lends a haunting folk voice in support of David Wax Museum and Darlingside on tour.

ticket and show info

10 April

11 April

13 April

14 April

15 April

15 April

Cellars/ ‘Phases’/ Manifesto


On this Ariel Pink-produced LP, the North Hollywood-based songwriter crafts introspective club anthems on top of tight drum patterns and swirling constellations of synth keys.

Contact: Jamie Williams

16 April

16 April

16 April

16 April

Haroula Rose - City Winery (Nashville)


Inspired by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Pablo Neruda and Bonnie Jo Campbell, the LA-via-Chicago songstress delivers her brand of smoky, gothic charm from her new record, Here The Blue River. A storyteller in film and television, she lends a haunting folk voice in support of David Wax Museum and Darlingside on tour.

ticket and show info

17 April

17 April

The Heavy - Coachella (LA, CA)


The UK quartet's first appearance at the renowned California festival follows the release of Hurt & The Merciless, its first LP in four years. Its exhilarating live set blends classic rock, soul and hip-hop influences for a hard-hitting show.

ticket and show info

19 April

20 April

20 April

20 April

21 April

Rob Baird - BMI (Nashville)


For a Q&A hosted by Wall Street Journal/ACME Radio's Barry Mazor, the Memphis-born songwriter shares soulful, blues-battered stories and performs stripped-down versions of songs from his forthcoming garage-recorded concept LP, Wrong Side of the River.

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22 April

Rob Baird - MLB Central (MLB Network)


In the third grade, the young Atlanta Braves’ fan’s parents took him out of school to attend the sixth game of the 1995 World Series. Now in the team’s last year at Turner Field, the songwriter returns to the diamond to discuss music, life and baseball.

22 April

22 April

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23 April

23 April

23 April

23 April

24 April

24 April

The Heavy - Coachella (LA, CA)


The UK quartet's first appearance at the renowned California festival follows the release of Hurt & The Merciless, its first LP in four years. Its exhilarating live set blends classic rock, soul and hip-hop influences for a hard-hitting show.

ticket and show info

25 April

25 April

26 April

28 April

Maggie Rose - Webster Hall (NYC)


Returning to New York with a new 'do and pop-rock sound, the “determined and sweetly serene” (WSJ) vocalist showcases her “sassy, playful, take-no-b…s... attitude” (AllMusic) on stage with music from her two forthcoming EPs.

ticket and show info

28 April

28 April

29 April

29 April

Greyhounds/ ‘Change Of Pace’/ Ardent Music


The Austin psych-soul duo returns with a collection of sweat-drenched R&B composed on rewired keyboards and pawnshop guitars. The pair’s deep-fried funk provides a sonic link to ZZ Top’s Texas swagger, blaxploitation soundtracks and the hazy, freewheeling genre experiments of '90s Beck.

Contact: James Rainis

29 April