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March 2018

01 March

Margo Price

Margo Price - The Fonda Theatre (LA, CA)


The breakout country star presents her “Nowhere Fast” headlining tour for new album All American Made (10/20 via Third Man Records). Price’s hard-touring band, which plays on the LP, hits the road once again following a series of fall festival appearances and shows with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, Chris Stapleton, Eric Church and Willie Nelson, a special guest on the new album.

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02 March

Mt. Joy

Mt. Joy/ ‘Mt. Joy’/ Dualtone Records


A year ago, the LA-via-Philadelphia five-piece uploaded a few songs to Spotify on a whim. Now their music has tens of millions of streams, and they have played Newport Folk Festival, Bonnaroo, Made In America and Lollapalooza. The group’s self-titled debut is an adventurous, road trip-ready rock journey through addiction, politics and mental health.

Contact: Greg Jakubik

02 March

Brooklyn Museum

Brooklyn Museum – David Bowie is (Brooklyn, NY)


The Brooklyn Museum is proud to announce that it will be the final stop on the world tour of the critically acclaimed exhibition organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. On view from March 2 to July 15, 2018, “David Bowie is,” the first retrospective of the extraordinary five-decade career of David Bowie, will include never-before-seen objects and works exclusive to the Brooklyn Museum presentation.

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03 March

Mura Masa

Mura Masa – Air & Style (LA, CA)


With a landmark 2017 that included a critically acclaimed self-titled debut LP, two GRAMMY nominations and sold-out dates worldwide, the London producer and multi-instrumentalist returns in 2018 for round two. With a set called "euphoric genre-hopping" by the LA Times, Mura Masa's live performance brings the best of his "masterful mix of styles and sounds" (NPR Music) to life.

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03 March

03 March

Maggie Rose – Country Music Hall of Fame (Nashville)


Rose joins Lucie Silvas for a songwriter session in the Ford Theater, featuring a performance and conversation about songwriting. With recent tracks “Just Getting By” and “Pull You Through,” Rose is making the most exciting music of her career, as she taps into a soulful country side in the vein of Linda Ronstadt and Adele.

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04 March

Mura Masa

Mura Masa – Air & Style (LA, CA)


With a landmark 2017 that included a critically acclaimed self-titled debut LP, two GRAMMY nominations and sold-out dates worldwide, the London producer and multi-instrumentalist returns in 2018 for round two. With a set called "euphoric genre-hopping" by the LA Times, Mura Masa's live performance brings the best of his "masterful mix of styles and sounds" (NPR Music) to life.

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06 March

Starset – The Regent (LA, CA)


The visionary sci-fi, multi-media rock band from Columbus, OH hits the road for their biggest North American headlining tour yet. The band’s cinematic and crazy live show (there are astronauts on stage) draws inspiration from front man Dustin Bates' background in electrical engineering and his desire to promote science through music. The band’s latest release, Vessels, debuted at #11 on Billboard’s Top 200 Chart and #3 on the Rock Chart, and they recently surpassed one billion views on YouTube.

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06 March

Henry Jamison – Murmrr Theatre (Brooklyn, NY)


After supporting Big Thief in 2017, the "visionary" (Ladygunn) Vermont folk singer links up with Adrianne Lenker. Jamison plays tracks from debut album The Wilds (Akira Records) that juxtapose his intimate Nick Drake-by-way-of-James Blake sound with narrative, metaphor-driven lyrics "written like the Great American novel" (Billboard).

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06 March

Elise LeGrow – The Standard (NYC)


The Toronto vocalist and her band perform in an intimate setting overlooking Manhattan's beautiful skyline. LeGrow’s just-released debut, Playing Chess (S-Curve Records), taps Questlove, the Dap-Kings and soul legend Betty Wright for reinventions of the Chess Records catalog (Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Fontella Bass and more) and has raves from Billboard, Relix and MOJO.

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06 March

Bruno Major – Bowery Ballroom (NYC)


After selling out his debut NYC show in November, the North Londoner returns to show off his “tremendous vocals” (Clash) during a headlining full-band performance. Bruno's self-released A Song for Every Moon, a collection of songs written, recorded and released month-by-month over the course of a year, has gathered global word-of-mouth momentum with over 40 million streams.

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07 March

07 March

Bruno Major – Rough Trade (Brooklyn, NY)


After selling out his debut NYC show in November, the North Londoner returns to show off his “tremendous vocals” (Clash) during a headlining full-band performance. Bruno's self-released A Song for Every Moon, a collection of songs written, recorded and released month-by-month over the course of a year, has gathered global word-of-mouth momentum with over 40 million streams.

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07 March

Justin Moore

Justin Moore – Bridgestone Arena (Nashville)


The country radio hitmaker behind seven No. 1s including “Somebody Else Will” and “You Look Like I Need A Drink,” as well as current radio single “Kinda Don’t Care,” performs as part of “Volunteer Jam 2018: A Tribute to Charlie Daniels.” Moore’s latest LP, Kinda Don’t Care (Valory Music Co.), is his third consecutive No. 1 debut on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart.

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08 March

08 March

08 March

Laila Biali – Birdland (NYC)


One of Canada’s foremost jazz pianist/vocalists, she and her band play from her new self-titled, self-produced LP out January 26th. Biali has toured with Sting, Chris Botti, Suzanne Vega and more, and her new album will feature her oft-requested fan-favorite cover of Coldplay’s “Yellow."

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08 March

Henry Jamison – The Echo (LA, CA)


After supporting Big Thief in 2017, the "visionary" (Ladygunn) Vermont folk singer links up with Darlingside. Jamison plays tracks from debut album The Wilds (Akira Records) that juxtapose his intimate Nick Drake-by-way-of-James Blake sound with narrative, metaphor-driven lyrics "written like the Great American novel" (Billboard).

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09 March

09 March

PJ Morton

PJ Morton/ ‘Gumbo Unplugged’/ Morton Records


On the momentous road to the 2018 GRAMMYs – where his soulful opus Gumbo (Morton Records) earned nominations for Best R&B Album and Best R&B Song for "First Began" – the multi-faceted musician linked up with a 22-piece supergroup to add sweeping orchestral touches and transform the album in one seamless take. This recording session will now be released as a live album and film, featuring Matt Jones Orchestra, BJ The Chicago Kid, Anthony Hamilton, The Hamiltones, Lecrae, Keyon Harrold and more.

Contact: Greg Jakubik 

09 March

Liza Anne/ ‘Fine But Dying’/ Arts & Crafts


The critically acclaimed songwriter converts crippling anxiety into gritty pop gold on her debut LP for Arts & Crafts. Recording her new album at La Frette studios in Paris (Feist, Nick Cave), she comes to terms with heartbreak, mental illness and the changing tides of adulthood; NPR Music calls lead single “Paranoia” “bold in both sound and subject.”

Contact: Ally Norton

11 March

14 March

15 March

Starset – Top Golf Live (Nashville)


The visionary sci-fi, multi-media rock band from Columbus, OH hits the road for their biggest North American headlining tour yet. The band’s cinematic and crazy live show (there are astronauts on stage) draws inspiration from front man Dustin Bates' background in electrical engineering and his desire to promote science through music. The band’s latest release, Vessels, debuted at #11 on Billboard’s Top 200 Chart and #3 on the Rock Chart, and they recently surpassed one billion views on YouTube.

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16 March

Casey Abrams/ ‘Put A Spell On You’/ Chesky Records


The acclaimed bassist/vocalist makes his Chesky Records debut with a new album of originals and compelling takes on classics such as “I Put A Spell On You,” “Georgia On My Mind” and “Nature Boy.” “I wanted to put a spell on the audience with the new record,” Abrams says. “I’m mixing a lot of covers that fans have heard live with originals that they’ve never heard before…everything should put you in that kind of wonderful trance.”

Contact: Kerri Brusca

17 March

Dead Horses – Bootleg Theater (LA, CA)


The Wisconsin four-piece performs music from upcoming album My Mother The Moon, out 4/6. With new music produced by Ken Coomer (Wilco, Uncle Tupelo), the group's folk sound now carries a raw, revelatory and gospel-like weight that moves between sweeping orchestration, sparse fingerpicking and old-school bluegrass romps.

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18 March

19 March

Teskey Brothers – The Echo (LA, CA)


The Melbourne four-piece led by Josh and Sam Teskey combines a modern DIY ethos with classic American soul and blues. They independently recorded, produced and released their debut album, Half Moon Harvest, in Australia, which became a surprise Top 20 album and landed them a sold-out tour, packed showcases in LA, New York and London and an opening spot on Angus & Julia Stone's New Zealand tour.

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20 March

MONA – Berlin (NYC)


This Nashville band’s “high-energy garage rock” (Rolling Stone), featuring Nick Brown’s “beautiful, thrusting snarl” (New York Times), has taken them many places: the UK Top 40; tour dates with Robert Plant, Arcade Fire, Kings Of Leon and Noel Gallagher; festivals around the world; and TV appearances on The Tonight Show, Conan and Jools Holland. Now they play a special US show to celebrate new single “Kiss Like A Woman” and preview new music coming this year.

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20 March

Natalie Prass – Moroccan Lounge (LA, CA)


On new album The Future and the Past (6/1 via ATO), Prass taps into new dance grooves that glisten with '80s pop and '90s R&B along with the lushly orchestrated ballad songwriting that’s earned her praise from Rolling Stone, Pitchfork (Best New Music), The New Yorker and more.

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20 March

Liza Anne – The Echo (LA, CA)


After touring with the likes of Margaret Glaspy, Joseph, Bear’s Den and the Oh Hellos, Liza performs her gritty anxious pop from new album Fine Buy Dying (3/9 via Arts & Crafts) on the kickoff show of a national headlining tour.

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20 March

22 March

Teskey Brothers – Rockwood Stage 2 (NYC)


The Melbourne four-piece led by Josh and Sam Teskey combines a modern DIY ethos with classic American soul and blues. They independently recorded, produced and released their debut album, Half Moon Harvest, in Australia, which became a surprise Top 20 album and landed them a sold-out tour, packed showcases in LA, New York and London and an opening spot on Angus & Julia Stone's New Zealand tour.

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23 March

Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Dom Flemons/ ‘Black Cowboys’/ Smithsonian Folkways Recordings


The multi-instrumentalist, historian and co-founder of the GRAMMY-winning Carolina Chocolate Drops explores the history of the American West with a collection of African-American cowboy songs. The first of its kind, this album takes the listener on an illuminating journey through the Old West via re-worked string-blues music, old-time square-dance music and cowboy poetry, along with original music written specifically for the album.

Contact: Andrea Evenson

23 March

Chris Stills/ ‘Don’t Be Afraid’/ Independent


The singer-songwriter and guitarist’s first LP in a decade is an evocative collection of heartfelt songs. With an endearing and honest intimacy, Stills crosses a wide range of ups and downs through love and hardships he describes as “a self-reflective, atmospheric spacewalk.” The album features three co-writes showcasing new and old friendships, two with David Saw on “The Weekend” and “In Love Again” and Ryan Adams on “Criminal Mind.”

Contact: Kerri Brusca

23 March

Mura Masa

Mura Masa – Schimanski (Brooklyn, NY)


With a landmark 2017 that included a critically acclaimed self-titled debut LP, two GRAMMY nominations and sold-out dates worldwide, the London producer and multi-instrumentalist returns in 2018 for a special DJ set. Mura Masa’s LP was hailed as "a feast of sounds and flavors" (NPR Music), "forward thinking, irresistible" (The FADER), and "13 fanciful, introspective, brightly-shining songs" (Billboard), with further praise from The New York Times (which named album opener "Messy Love" one of their top songs of 2017), Pitchfork, and Noisey.

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23 March

NoMBe/ ‘They Might’ve Even Loved Me’/ Th3rd Brain


What began as an open-ended experiment by the German-born, LA-based electric soul prodigy has now transformed into a complete narrative about love, intimacy, sex, heartbreak and euphoria – and, according to i-D, “an eclectic mix of sexy soul, slick R&B and Afrocentric rock and roll.” Each song on this LP tells a different story about the women who have shaped his life, from godmother Chaka Khan to high-school crushes, summer flings, his girlfriend and his mother.

Contact: Jael Goldfine

23 March

Chris Stills – The Standard (NYC)


The singer-songwriter and guitarist performs as part of The Standard Sounds Annie O Music series on the release day of new album Don’t Be Afraid. Stills’ first LP in over 10 years is a collection of heartfelt songs he calls “a self-reflective, atmospheric space walk.”

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24 March

Maggie Rose – Grand Ole Opry (Nashville)


One of CMT + Pandora’s 2018 Artists to Watch returns to the Opry, where, backed by the house band, she’ll play brand-new material that will appear on her forthcoming LP. Rose’s most recent songs have earned acclaim from Rolling Stone Country (“Dusty Springfield-worthy vocals”), American Songwriter (“a quiet force in the country world”), Wide Open Country (10 of the Best Unsigned Artists in Country Music) and more.

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26 March

Elise LeGrow – Bardot (LA, CA)


The Toronto vocalist and her band perform at School Night, a free, weekly music showcase for rising talents presented by KCRW’s Chris Douridas and MFG’s Matt Goldman. LeGrow’s debut LP, Playing Chess (S-Curve Records), taps Questlove, the Dap-Kings and soul legend Betty Wright for reinventions of the Chess Records catalog (Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Fontella Bass and more) and has raves from Billboard, Relix and MOJO.

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27 March

27 March

Lindi Ortega – GRAMMY Museum (LA, CA)


Museum Executive Director Scott Goldman hosts this intimate conversation and performance with the Canadian singer-songwriter and two-time Juno Award nominee. The event, in conjunction with the Americana Music Association, is held days before the release of Ortega’s new album, the Ennio Morricone-inspired Liberty (3/30 via Shadowbox Music Co.).

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27 March

MONA – Moroccan Lounge (LA, CA)


This Nashville band’s “high-energy garage rock” (Rolling Stone), featuring Nick Brown’s “beautiful, thrusting snarl” (New York Times), has taken them many places: the UK Top 40; tour dates with Robert Plant, Arcade Fire, Kings Of Leon and Noel Gallagher; festivals around the world; and TV appearances on The Tonight Show, Conan and Jools Holland. Now they play a special US show to celebrate new single “Kiss Like A Woman” and preview new music coming this year.

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27 March

Casey Abrams – Joe’s Pub (NYC)


The acclaimed bassist and vocalist performs in New York days after the release of his new LP and Chesky Records debut Put A Spell On You. The set will showcase the frenetic energy of Abrams’ band and his unique creativity as a songwriter and performer.

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28 March

The Voidz – Masonic Lodge (LA, CA)


Three consecutive and intimate shows coincide with new album Virtue (3/30 via Cult Records/RCA Records). Early praise for the new album by this reinvigorated group (formerly Julian Casablancas + The Voidz) includes the New York Times, Stereogum and Rolling Stone, which dubbed lead single "Leave It In My Dreams" "infectious...pop with deft forays into the surreal.”

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28 March

Jackie Greene – SVA Theatre (NYC)


The “Prince of Americana” (The New York Times) joins animator Bill Plympton (Kanye West, Madonna, “Weird Al” Yankovic) for the world premiere of their new animated short film, The Modern Lives, followed by a live performance by Greene and a Q&A with both artists. The short is based on one of Greene’s songs and takes the viewer on the road from a tripped-out alien invaded Times Square to the deep roots of the American South with encounters from Elvis, Satan, Willie Dixon, an Alabama Queen and more.

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28 March

29 March

The Voidz – Masonic Lodge (LA, CA)


Three consecutive and intimate shows coincide with new album Virtue (3/30 via Cult Records/RCA Records). Early praise for the new album by this reinvigorated group (formerly Julian Casablancas + The Voidz) includes the New York Times, Stereogum and Rolling Stone, which dubbed lead single "Leave It In My Dreams" "infectious...pop with deft forays into the surreal.”

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29 March

Lindi Ortega – Moroccan Lounge (LA, CA)


Known as “country’s crystalline-voiced goth-rock version of Dolly Parton” (MAGNET), the Calgary-based artist performs songs from her forthcoming LP, a Latin-influenced concept record out this spring. In 2017, the two-time CCMA Roots Artist of the Year opened for Chris Stapleton and Dwight Yokam.

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29 March

30 March

The Voidz – Masonic Lodge (LA, CA)


Three consecutive and intimate shows coincide with new album Virtue (3/30 via Cult Records/RCA Records). Early praise for the new album by this reinvigorated group (formerly Julian Casablancas + The Voidz) includes the New York Times, Stereogum and Rolling Stone, which dubbed lead single "Leave It In My Dreams" "infectious...pop with deft forays into the surreal.”

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30 March

Lindi Ortega/ ‘Liberty’/ Shadowbox Music Co.


The Calgary-based artist and her “fiery and dramatic take on modern country” (Rolling Stone Country) return with an ambitious three-part concept LP. Inspired by her Mexican lineage, her new marriage and the epic works of Ennio Morricone, Ortega refines her boot-stomping sound as she ponders loss, séance, resurrection and freedom.

Contact: Jaclyn D. Carter

30 March

30 March

The Voidz/ ‘Virtue’/ Cult Records/RCA Records


This reinvigorated group including Julian Casablancas releases its most indelible work to date. Produced by GRAMMY-winner Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, The War On Drugs), the album shapeshifts into bold and exciting new forms from song to song, from “fearless” (Stereogum) “QYURRYUS” to “Leave It In My Dreams,’ which Rolling Stone hails as “infectious…balanc[ing] pop with deft forays into the surreal.”

Contact: Amy Bailey

30 March

The Shacks

The Shacks/ ‘Haze’/ Big Crown Records


Steeped in the techniques of timeless R&B records and analog recording, these NPR Slingshot artists, a young New York City band whose members are barely into their 20s, create subversive, masterful pop replete with what NPR Music calls a "timeless, multi-generational warmth."

Contact: Greg Jakubik

30 March

Orquesta Akokán/ ‘Orquesta Akokán’/ Daptone


Assembled and led by Cuban vocalist José “Pepito” Gómez, Orquesta Akokán is a big-band mambo collective of Cuba’s finest musicians. The NPR Music-approved group’s debut LP features original music and was cut live to tape over a three-day session at Havana’s hallowed, state-run Estudios Areito.

Contact: Spencer Roth-Rose

30 March

Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Anna & Elizabeth/ ‘The Invisible Comes To Us’/ Smithsonian Folkways Recordings


The avant-garde folk duo makes its Folkways debut. The album, with Anna Roberts-Gevalt’s multi-instrumental curiosity and Elizabeth LaPrelle’s traditional vocal roots, is a spellbinding reconfiguration of ancient folk ballads, sourced primarily for this album from archives in New England, that sees the duo’s immersion in Appalachian music move to a place of boundless experimentation.

Contact: Andrea Evenson

31 March

The Shacks

The Shacks – Turntable Lab (NYC)


The NPR Slingshot band celebrates its debut album Haze (3/30 via Big Crown Records) with an in-store performance and vinyl signing. The band’s live show fuses ‘60s girl groups, ‘70s funk and breezy, kaleidoscopic rock into an unconventionally modern sound that has received praise from Pitchfork, The FADER, NPR Music and Gorilla vs. Bear.

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