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March 2017

01 March

02 March

04 March

Whiskey Myers - House of Blues (Anaheim, CA)

Following the top five Billboard Country debut of its latest album Mud (Thirty Tigers), the Palestine, TX Southern-rock band puts on a lively show that fulfills the promise made by VICE Noisey: “If anyone is going to save country music, Whiskey Myers is a very hot contender for the job.”

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06 March

Whiskey Myers - Troubadour (LA, CA)

The soulful Southern-rock band, praised by Rolling Stone and VICE Noisey and with a #1 song (“Lightning Bugs and Rain”) on Texas radio, is on Live Nation’s “Ones To Watch” Tour, presented by SiriusXM Outlaw Country.

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15 March

Matt Urmy - Hotel Café (LA, CA)

The Nashville native performs music from his upcoming Out of the Ashes album (3/31), one of legendary producer “Cowboy” Jack Clement's final recording projects. Country Standard Time calls Urmy “a rare poet and visionary [who] has one of those old souls that you read about and a big ol’ humanist heart a la John Prine.”

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17 March

Matthew Stevens - The Blue Whale (LA, CA)

The virtuosic, shape-shifting guitarist/composer and Esperanza Spalding collaborator previews new music from his upcoming album Preverbal (3/24 via Ropeadope), a kinetic exploration of harmony and rhythm that NPR says ”advances the ideals of modern jazz even when, sonically speaking, it gestures in other directions.”

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21 March

Overcoats - Troubadour (LA, CA)

The NY-based duo previews its upcoming debut LP, YOUNG (4/21 via Arts & Craft). The music is heavy on lush electronic beats and vocal harmonies, and the already NPR-approved LP was co-produced by Autre Ne Veut and Nicolas Vernhes (The War on Drugs, Dirty Projectors).

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23 March

Il Volo - Microsoft Theatre (LA, CA)

The powerhouse Italian operatic trio performs for its “Notte Magica – A Tribute to The Three Tenors” tour, which pays homage to its biggest inspiration, The Three Tenors, with a 55+-piece orchestra. The Three Tenors is the name for the legendary July 7, 1990, concert in Rome in which three heavyweights of opera – José Carreras, Plácido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti – sang together. Special guest Maestro Domingo will join the trio on stage.

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25 March

25 March

Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Quetzal - Japanese American Cultural & Community Center (LA, CA)

The GRAMMY-winning East LA band summons a powerful panoply of sounds from its urban palette – rock, R&B, Mexican son jarocho, Japanese taiko, Afro-Cuban batá and more – to create an ambitious, artful album with a social point of view. The Eternal Getdown, their seventh album, taps the group’s extended family of artists to affirm the power of music and people to get down together in creative harmony.

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30 March

Strand Of Oaks - Troubadour (LA, CA)

Philly’s Tim Showalter tours behind his new album Hard Love (Dead Oceans), a fearlessly honest release that confronts the struggle between overindulgence and accountability while yearning for rock ‘n’ roll transcendence.

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31 March

Allan Rayman - Troubadour (LA, CA)

Armed with a seductive blend of R&B, hip-hop and folk, as well as an alter ego, this young enigma hailing from Lost Springs demonstrates why he’s “the most mysterious man in music” (Ones To Watch) with his new concept album, Roadhouse 01 (Communion Records).

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