Building on their whirlwind 2018 – from relative unknowns to late-night TV and 55+ million Spotify plays – the “fast and furious 21st-century success story” (Magnet) tours with Rainbow Kitten Surprise as a part of a North American winter tour. In little more than two years as a band, the band released their self-titled debut to praise from NPR Music, Rolling Stone, Billboard and more; performed on Conan, CBS Saturday and Last Call with Carson Daly; sold out back-to-back headlining shows in NYC; and racked up over 1.5 million monthly listeners.
“Norway’s answer to Nick Drake” (NME) closes his first headlining US tour in three years with this special show as part of Judy Collins’ Vanguard Residency. The GRAMMY-nominated songwriter plays solo in honor of new album All These Things (V2), which Billboard calls “brooding, ethereal…captivating in its simplicity.”
Songwriter Andrew Marlin and multi-instrumentalist Emily Frantz join their longtime touring band (keyboardist/guitarist, bassist and drummer) for this performance supporting new album Tides Of A Teardrop (Yep Roc). The North Carolina-based duo had a busy 2018: They sold out every US headlining date; sold out 12 of 14 dates on a winter European tour; played with the Avett Brothers and Josh Ritter; and graced iconic stages such as Red Rocks, the Ryman Auditorium, Bonnaroo and Newport Folk Festival.
The Juno-winning Canadian quintet, which recently landed at No. 1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Songs chart for “S.O.S. (Sawed Off Shotgun),” embarks on an extensive US headlining tour. Their “infectious energy” (Billboard) and grassroots touring have propelled them to Spotify Viral 50 charts and selling out ballrooms and halls across the country.
The Arndt siblings play New York two days before the release of new album The Fun in the Fight (2/22). These Harvard grads, already touring and recording veterans, draw on Jimmy Page, Pat Benatar and Nina Simone for their love letter to classic rock. On stage backed up by a full band, Jocelyn’s intense vocals and Chris’ guitar playing mesh into infectious grooves that explore soul and raw emotion.
Guitarist Derek Trucks and vocalist/guitarist Susan Tedeschi, “two of the best roots rock musicians of their generation” (NPR), and their GRAMMY-winning 12-member band present their album-release show for Signs (2/15 via Fantasy Records/Concord). This special performance marks the band’s first return to New York after their sold-out, six-night residency at the Beacon Theatre in October, which has become a highly anticipated fall tradition for the band.
The “music sensation” (People) and “certified social media crossover” (Paper) hits the road for her debut headlining tour behind her recent Hardwired Mixtape (S-Curve Records). At 17 years old, Knox appeared on both the TODAY show and in the New York Times and opened for Charlie Puth. Now 20, Knox has earned praise from Teen Vogue, Billboard, Paste and more for her ingenious guitar-and-loop-pedal live performance and pop culture-packed mash-ups.
Armed with a four-piece band, “stunning harmonies” (NYLON) and a new album on the horizon (Canterbury Girls out 2/22 via New West Records), the sister duo embarks on its 2019 tour. Lily and Madeleine have cut their touring teeth opening for Dawes, Rodriguez and more, and Rolling Stone calls first single “Self Care” a harmonized “dreamy piano waltz.”
Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates “Unresolved: The Techonomic Cold War with China” – Symphony Space (NYC)
In the latest debate in Intelligence Squared's new "Unresolved" series, Ian Bremmer, Michéle Flournoy, Parag Khanna and Susan Thornton debate subjects from whether the next Silicon Valley will be in China to whether anyone wins in a US-China trade war.
The Jimi Hendrix-approved all-female San Francisco psychedelic rock band that made its mark on the ‘60s Haight-Ashbury scene returns to the stage. Original members Mary Gannon (bass), Marla Hunt (organ, piano), Denise Kaufman (guitar, harmonica), Mary Ellen Simpson (lead guitar), and Diane Vitalich (drums) revive the magic of that era with songs from their original ‘60s run, as well as new material, from their recently released first album.