The soulful songstress, backed by her three-piece band, brings the synth-infused folk-rock of her upcoming debut LP, Beyond Waves (8/25), to the Annie O Live Music Series, which showcases rising artists in an intimate setting overlooking Manhattan's beautiful skyline.
The Brooklyn native, GRAMMY winner and Hammond B-3 organ virtuoso plays the free R&B Festival at BAM’s annual summer outdoor music series. Henry's new six-piece band, with which he’ll release a self-titled LP this fall, joins him for the show.
The English singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist performs a one-off solo show in Manhattan. Chaney is currently on tour with The Decemberists as Offa Rex, a new project blending traditional English-Irish-Scottish repertoire with modern psychedelia and folk rock to honor the rich history between British and American music.
Lowe joins Nashville-based, luchador-masked surf rockers Los Straitjackets for this free show as part of the Lincoln Center Out of Doors series. Recently, Yep Roc reissued six classic yet long unavailable Lowe albums that represent the crucial bridge between his trailblazing ‘70s work and his current “remarkable second wind” (New York Times).
The Chicago soul singer, a first-generation Indian-American Muslim and a Rolling Stone New Artist You Need To Know performs music from debut album Vetted (Minty Fresh). B’s full band includes a horn section and a harmonium player, as he juxtaposes ‘70s Southern soul with lively Indo-Pakistani rhythms.
Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’ come together as TajMo, a historic partnership between blues giants of different generations. The duo enlists a full band for a free performance in the heart of Central Park, a set that includes music from the duo’s new self-titled, collaborative release (Concord).
Backstory Events hosts Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’ for an intimate discussion of their career highlights and recent self-titled, collaborative release (Concord). The conversation, live streamed by Guitar World, will be moderated by journalist Laura Whitmore and will include audience Q&A and a special stripped-down performance of songs from their new album.
The vocalist and her band perform for the Annie O Live Music Series, which showcases rising artists in an intimate setting overlooking Manhattan's beautiful skyline. LeGrow’s forthcoming debut, Playing Chess (9/8 via S-Curve Records), reimagines classics and rarities from the Chess Records catalog and is produced by the team behind Joss Stone’s platinum-selling early releases.
Classical music meets the Lower East Side. The critically acclaimed string quartet plays arrangements from its latest releases, VSQ Performs The Weeknd, VSQ Performs Kanye West and VSQ Performs Hits of 2017 (all on CMH Label Group), a reimagining of hits by the likes of Ed Sheeran, Lorde and Imagine Dragons.
The Brooklyn native and Hammond organ virtuoso plays “Revival at Midnight: A Night with the Chief Apostle” at this iconic New York jazz club. The pop-up show features a captivating stripped-down performance by Henry and drummer TaRon Lockett as they meld blues, soul, R&B, Afrobeat, gospel and jazz.
The band’s last US performance before hitting Europe intimately celebrates new album Painted Ruins (RCA Records) at this Manhattan avant-garde multi-media performance space. Paste Quarterly praises the new record as “an album for the times: something wild and alive, bucking assumptions and beaming color, their best yet."