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January 2017

06 January

06 January

11 January

11 January

Chuck Prophet - The Cutting Room (NYC)


The San Francisco musician brings some "California noir” to New York in advance of new album Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins, which is named after the “I Fought the Law” singer and includes timely tributes to David Bowie and fellow Bay Area native Alex Nieto.

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11 January

12 January

Frankie Ballard - Bowery Ballroom (NYC)


The country blues-rocker continues to tour behind his critically acclaimed 2016 album El Rio. Entertainment Weekly raves, “grade-A American rock & roll.”  His previous album, Sunshine & Whiskey, produced three consecutive No. 1 singles. 

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18 January

19 January

19 January

Overcoats - Knitting Factory (Brooklyn, NY)


This NYC duo combines razor-sharp harmonies with booming, multi-layered electronic beats and vocal loops. Hana and JJ’s natural sisterly chemistry allow their voices to intertwine seamlessly, resulting in a dream-like sonic constellation. The duo has made early fans of the 405, and The Line of Best Fit has hailed their “playful vocal marriage” and “expertly arranged layers of haunting synths and flowing percussion."

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20 January

20 January

Nathan East/ ‘Reverence’/ Yamaha Entertainment Group


The Grammy-nominated bassist has enlisted an all-star line-up (Phil Collins, Eric Clapton, Earth, Wind & Fire and Yolanda Adams) for the follow-up to his eponymous debut as a solo artist. The collection of original tracks and covers features eclectic instrumentation with dynamic and striking arrangements. 

Contact: Nina Lee

21 January

24 January

27 January

27 January

Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Various Artists/ ‘Roll Columbia: Woody Guthrie’s 26 Northwest Songs’/ Smithsonian Folkways


In the spring of 1941, Woody Guthrie traveled to Portland, OR, to write songs for the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA). Seventy-six years later, this little-known yet prolific period is commemorated on this two-disc cover album including all of Guthrie’s BPA songs, nine of which have never been released before. The collection features members of R.E.M., Black Prairie, The Decemberists and others. 

Contact: Andrea Evenson