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Neil Young @ United Palace Theater

NEW YORK, NY—It was like a revival at the church of Neil as Young and friends took over the 3,300 seated former Loews theatre on 175th and Broadway in Washington Heights that Rev Ike bought in 1969. Starting at...
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Experience Hendrix @ Beacon Theatre

NEW YORK, NY—Jimi Hendrix left us in 1970 way too young. A drug casualty to the Age of Aquarius, he also left us with a catalogue that has been dissected and resurrected more times than The Beatles. One fact re...
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Roger Waters @ Madison Square Garden

NEW YORK, NY—Roger Waters played it like a psychedelic shaman at the the altar of this Garden party, throwing off diatribes at the power elite and that fine line between intellectual euphoria and mental madness...
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Tenacious D @ Virgin Records In-Store

Tenacious D took on Virgin Records in Union Square (where rumors have been flying that it too, like Tower Records in the Village, might also be closing) in an in-store appearance in support of their latest film...
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Paul Stanley @ Irving Plaza

Kiss guitarist Paul Stanley took on the crowd at Irving Plaza with an in your face rock performance that was a no frills affair of blasting rock and singalong choruses. Unmasked this time around, the starman cr...
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Ziggy Marley @ Bowery Ballroom

Bob Marley’s eldest son Ziggy lit up The Bowery Ballroom with a smoking set of roots, rock and reggae. Whereas brother Damien’s Welcome To Jamrock is a contemporary take on the genre, combining dancehall and ra...
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David Gilmour @ Radio City

Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour took on the sold-out crowd at Radio City for the second night of his North American tour lobbing bouts of lightweight pop at the crowd at first, then steamrolling it with a se...