Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Eagles Of Death Metal, Breaking Benjamin, Rancid and More

Eagles Of Death Metal/Bowery Ballroom/September 16, 2015

At age seven, Jesse Hughes moved from his native Greenville, South Carolina, to Palm Desert, California. In high school, Josh Homme stopped a bully from picking on Hughes, and Hughes and Homme became best friends. After college, Hughes worked as the manager of …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Marty Friedman, Delta Deep, Mothers and More

Angela McCluskey/The Penthouse At The Standard Hotel/September 9, 2015

Angela McCluskey was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and relocated to London, England, where she worked as a publicist and at a record company. In 1993, McCluskey relocated to Los Angeles, California, and recorded three albums with the folk rock band Wild …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: L7, Revocation, Lake Street Dive and More

Lake Street Dive/Rumsey Playfield/September 2, 2015

A native of Minneapolis, Minnesota, trumpet player/guitarist Mike Olson designed in 2004 to form a pop band from among his fellow music students in Boston, Massachusetts. He selected vocalist Rachel Price, originally from outside Nashville, Tennessee, bassist Bridget Kearney of Iowa and drummer Mike …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: La Luz, The Delta Saints, The J. Geils Band and More

The Delta Saints/Mercury Lounge/August 25, 2015

The blues-rocking Delta Saints formed in 2007 when several college students started jamming in Nashville, Tennessee. Louisiana-born singer/lyricist Benjamin Ringel co-founded the band with Kansas native bassist David Supica. Soon after, they were joined by Tennessee-bred guitarist Dylan Fitch and Kentucky keyboardist Nate Kremer. …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Coal Chamber, Needtobreathe, Philm and More

Lyle Lovett/Damrosch Park/August 9, 2015

Lyle Lovett was raised on his family’s horse ranch in Klein, Texas, a small Houston suburb named after his grandfather. While in college, Lovett started writing his own music and performing in coffee houses. After recording his self-titled debut country music album in 1986, he …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: KMFDM, Dr. John, Desaparecidos and More

Dr. John/Rumsey Playfield/August 1, 2015

Malcolm “Mac” Rebennack, better known as Dr. John, was born almost 75 years ago in New Orleans, Louisiana. Active as a session pianist since the late 1950s, he gained his own following in the late 1960s as Dr. John The Night Tripper, when he combined …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Rise Against, Veruca Salt, The Mavericks and More

InCircles/Tompkins Square Park/July 25, 2015

Punk rock even originates in a remote hamlet of Southampton, Long Island. Vocalist/guitarist Jewlee Trudden and bassist Eric Ponto met there in elementary school and when they first jammed, they discovered that they knew how to play all the same covers. They formed InCircles in …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Shinedown, Neon Trees, Owl and More

Owl/Lucille’s Grill/July 17, 2015

Bassist Chris Wyse was born in Queens, New York, and soon relocated to the Albany area, where as a teenager he played in a local band with drummer Dan Dinsmore. Wyse later moved to Los Angeles to pursue a music career, and in 2006 joined The …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: The Rezillos, The Hot Sardines, The Ike Reilly Assassination and More

Rosie Flores/Hill Country Barbecue + Market/July 10, 2015

At age 64, Rosie Flores is still twanging her rockabilly guitar. She was born in San Antonio, Texas, but at age 12 moved with her family to San Diego, California. There, her brother taught her to play guitar and she formed her …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Newsboys, Mudhoney, San Cisco and More

San Cisco/The Bowery Ballroom/July 2, 2015

At age 13, guitarist/vocalist Jordi Davieson had a working band in the coastal resort town of Fremantle, Australia. Davieson had known Scarlett Stevens since early childhood; she had played drums in a band at age 10 and was attending a nearby college. While in …

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