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July 2019

02 July

The Glorious Sons – The Wiltern (LA, CA)


The Billboard chart-topping and Juno-winning Canadian quintet, known for its raucous sold-out shows and “dirty, sweaty rock” (Alternative Press), extends its North American “S.O.S.” summer tour with The Struts into the fall. The band also will open for The Rolling Stones in Toronto and play with Twenty One Pilots as a part of Festival D’été de Québec.

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07 July

Soulection – Freehold (Brooklyn, NY)


Joe Kay, Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio host and founder of this “unmistakably millennial” (i-D) artist collective, follows his breakout Coachella set with this brunch to hype up 2019’s midsummer. Join this global community of artists and audiences for an intimate and vibrant daytime celebration featuring good food, exclusive merch, and music curated by the Soulection family doing what they do best.

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08 July

Lo Boii – Rockwood Stage 2 (NYC)


Aalias and Corey Latif, two minds behind some of the biggest pop hits of the past decade, present their new R&B collaboration. On stage, the two producers sound just as sweet and “NYC new wave” as “Sweeter,” the recent single off their debut EP, Sex Doesn’t Sell…Anymore (July 12th via AWAL).

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09 July

11 July

The Dobre Brothers – VidCon (Anaheim, CA)


The top sibling curators and trendsetters bring their family-friendly “Goof Around Hour” to the Spotlight Stage of this YouTube-sponsored festival. These “Featured Creators” also will be a Q&A moderated by ErinsReality’s and Clevver’s Erin Robinson.

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12 July

12 July

Guster – Ford Theatre (LA, CA)


This outdoor concert highlights songs from Guster’s latest album, Look Alive. The group’s live shows channel their infectious positive energy into raucous performances that have fans singing along to songs old and new with unbridled enthusiasm, while always promising plenty of eclectic surprises, too.

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12 July

Kiesza – Hotel Café (LA, CA)


For her comeback tour, the newly independent electro-pop darling does what she’s never done before: reinterpret her hits and new songs into live acoustic jams. Kiesza has headlined tours around the world, collaborated with the likes of Skrillex, Diplo, and Duran Duran, and appeared in promotional campaigns for Fendi and Maison Birks.

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12 July

13 July

14 July

Justin Moore

Justin Moore – The Pacific Amphitheatre (Costa Mesa, CA)


In anticipation of his extensive fall tour and new album (Late Nights And Longnecks), the country star and his band headline arenas and amphitheaters across the US. Moore’s “emotional” (Entertainment Tonight) latest single “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” is a heartfelt, twang-laden salute “backed up by a soaring chorus and weeping guitar work” (Rolling Stone Country), and the track offers a taste of what fans can expect both on the road and on his most traditional album to date.

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14 July

Ranky Tanky – Central Park (NYC)


The Charleston champions of Gullah music, Billboard chart toppers, and “soulful honey to the ears” (NPR) kick off their summer tour with a special SummerStage performance. The band's take on traditional West African music fuses with the spirit of local heroes like Bessie Jones and the Georgia Sea Island Singers, as well as Alan Lomax’s field recordings.

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14 July

15 July

Angie McMahon – Hotel Café (LA, CA)


NPR compared the rising Australian to “a one-woman reincarnation of Fleetwood Mac.” Now with a live band, she'll bring that infectious energy – quiet emotions meet loud riffs – back to the US on tour with Hozier. First, she presents this solo acoustic show.

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15 July

15 July

Jenny Tolman – City Winery (Nashville)


The Nashville native presents her album release show for the debut LP There Goes The Neighborhood (July 19th via Old Sol Records). Each purchased ticket includes a physical copy of the album that Rolling Stone calls “one of the more ambitious country releases coming this summer.”

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17 July

The Glorious Sons – Marathon Music Works (Nashville)


The Billboard chart-topping and Juno-winning Canadian quintet, known for its raucous sold-out shows and “dirty, sweaty rock” (Alternative Press), extends its North American “S.O.S.” summer tour with The Struts into the fall. The band also will open for The Rolling Stones in Toronto and play with Twenty One Pilots as a part of Festival D’été de Québec.

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17 July

JJ Wilde – Marathon Music Works (Nashville)


The lovelorn Canadian artist – part Liz Phair’s honesty, Bikini Kill’s swagger, and Jesse Jo Stark’s alt-rock sound – previews her debut EP, Wilde Eyes and Steady Hands (June 21 via BMG/Black Box), on tour with her band. Expect to hear howling anthems and tender riffs that “[feel] both vintage and hypermodern” (C-Heads).

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18 July

19 July

19 July

20 July

OZY Fest – Central Park (NYC)


“New York City’s answer to SXSW” heads to Central Park’s Great Lawn in its fourth year. This year’s eclectic lineup includes co-host Alex Rodriguez; musical guests John Legend and Miguel; leading politicians Stacey Abrams and Gov. John Kasich; comedians Trevor Noah, Dulcé Sloan, and Ronny Chieng; thought leaders Malcolm Gladwell, Deepak Chopra, Mark Cuban, and Spike Lee; and celebrity chefs Marcus Samuelsson, Padma Lakshmi, and Rachael Ray.

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21 July

OZY Fest – Central Park (NYC)


“New York City’s answer to SXSW” heads to Central Park’s Great Lawn in its fourth year. This year’s eclectic lineup includes co-host Alex Rodriguez; musical guests John Legend and Miguel; leading politicians Stacey Abrams and Gov. John Kasich; comedians Trevor Noah, Dulcé Sloan, and Ronny Chieng; thought leaders Malcolm Gladwell, Deepak Chopra, Mark Cuban, and Spike Lee; and celebrity chefs Marcus Samuelsson, Padma Lakshmi, and Rachael Ray.

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24 July

24 July

25 July

Phosphorescent – 99 Scott (Brooklyn, NY)


Matthew Houck and his band play Brooklyn’s outdoor “Open Air” series. Houck’s busy past year has included a new album (critically praised C’est La Vie); TV performances on Kimmel, Corden, and CBS This Morning; and a string of shows with a revamped and expansive sound. Brooklyn Vegan called his band’s last NYC show “larger than life.”

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26 July

Justin Moore

Justin Moore/ ‘Late Nights and Longnecks’/ The Valory Music Co.


The multiplatinum country artist goes back to basics for his most traditional-sounding set. Equal parts celebration and reflection, Moore’s fifth studio album showcases his evocative storytelling and unforgettable voice. Moore co-wrote every song on this no-frills portrait of small-town life and big-time dreams, which features the hit single “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home.”

Contact: Olivia Del Valle

26 July

26 July

Lillie Mae

Lillie Mae – Greek Theatre (LA, CA)


The Nashville singer, songwriter, downtown scene slayer, and most-wanted fiddler debuts songs from her new album, Other Girls (out August 16th via Third Man Records). Lillie Mae grew up touring in a motorhome with her family band, busking from RV parks to the Rio Grande before sweeping through the clubs of Music City, honing a voice that "howls like wind through the trees" (Refinery29). This summer and fall, she’ll support The Raconteurs and Robert Plant.

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26 July

26 July

Delbert McClinton

Delbert McClinton – City Winery (Nashville)


Over an influential 60-year career, the “Godfather of Americana” (Rolling Stone) has toured with the Beatles, backed Bo Diddley and Howlin’ Wolf, and performed SNL multiple times. The multi-GRAMMY winner keeps moving in 2019 with a tour with his band, the Self-Made Men + Dana. This specific performance will be a special release show celebrating McClinton's new album, Tall, Dark & Handsome (July 26 via Hot Shot Records/Thirty Tigers).

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26 July

26 July

Angie McMahon/ ‘Salt’/ Dualtone Records


The anthemic songs that make up Salt are filled to the brink with quiet emotions and loud riffs, an assured confidence that you can hear right away in album openers “Play The Game” (“I don’t know how to play the game you say that we’re not playing”) and “Soon” (“I can’t let you sweep me off my feet just yet”).

Contact: Max Lefkowitz

27 July

Black Pumas – Lincoln Center (NYC)


Black Pumas, “The Breakout Band of 2019” (NPR) will be at Out of Doors Festival on July 27th. Eric Burton and Adrian Quesada show off their Austin-bred “Wu-Tang Clan meets James Brown” (KCRW) sound best fit for the live stage.

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27 July

The Glorious Sons – Pier 17 (NYC)


The Billboard chart-topping and Juno-winning Canadian quintet, known for its raucous sold-out shows and “dirty, sweaty rock” (Alternative Press), extends its North American “S.O.S.” summer tour with The Struts into the fall. The band also will open for The Rolling Stones in Toronto and play with Twenty One Pilots as a part of Festival D’été de Québec.

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29 July

29 July

Clare Bowen

Clare Bowen – City Winery (NYC)


This full-band summer headlining tour announces the debut of the standout Nashville actor as a solo artist coming into her own with “gorgeous” (Rolling Stone) songwriting. Bowen previously has toured with Sugarland and with her fellow Nashville cast, playing legendary venues including the Royal Albert Hall and London’s O2 Arena.

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29 July

30 July

30 July

The Commonheart – Brooklyn Bowl (Brooklyn, NY)


This eight-piece Pittsburgh powerhouse, led by fiery, Joe Cocker-like frontman Clinton Clegg, will win you over with a sound “so explosive...it [could] summon a biblical thunderstorm” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette). The band will preview new album Pressure (August 16th via Jullian Records) through songs like “Do Right,” which American Songwriter says, “radiates true soul” and “reverberates through your core.” They’ve shared the stage with Gary Clark Jr. and performed on the Outlaw Music Festival tour with Willie Nelson, Van Morrison, Sturgill Simpson, and more.

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31 July

Angie McMahon – Rockwood Stage 2 (NYC)


NPR compared the rising Australian to “a one-woman reincarnation of Fleetwood Mac.” Now with a live band, she'll bring that infectious energy – quiet emotions meet loud riffs – back to the US on tour with Hozier. But first, she presents this solo acoustic show.

31 July