Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: John Fogerty, The Dillenger Escape Plan, Soul Asylum and More

Mutoid Man/Irving Plaza/June 20, 2015

Vocalist/guitarist Stephen Brodsky and drummer Ben Koller crossed paths in local hardcore bands including Converge and Cave In. In 2012, they jammed in a tiny practice space in Brooklyn, New York, and recruited bassist Nick Cageo, formerly of Bröhammer. Together they became Mutoid Man. The …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Everlast, Otep, GBH and More

Everlast/The Bowery Ballroom/June 14, 2015

Born in Valley Stream, New York, Erik Schrody released his first album as Everlast in 1990 and gained national attention in the rap group House Of Pain with “Jump Around” in 1992. After three albums, Everlast left House Of Pain in 1996 for a solo …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Luigi & The Wise Guys, Refused, Modern Life Is War and More

Refused/Bowery Ballroom/June 3, 2015

When Dennis Lyxzén was a teenager in Umeå, Sweden, he listened to hardcore punk. Eventually he convinced a few metal heads to become a hardcore band. Refused formed in 1991 and released three albums before disbanding in 1998. The band reunited in 2012, then split later …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Screaming Females, Billy Idol, Sepultura and More

Screaming Females/Apple Store/May 27, 2015

Born out of the basement DIY scene in New Brunswick, New Jersey, guitarist/vocalist Marissa Paternoster and bassist King Mike formed the indie-rocking Screaming Females in 2006 with drummer Jarrett Dougherty. The band released a homemade debut album in 2006. Maintaining a DIY approach, the trio …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Haste The Day, Primal Scream, TV On The Radio and More

Primal Scream/Irving Plaza/May 20, 2015

Influenced by the punk rock movement in Scotland, Glasgow native Bobby Gillespie started Primal Scream in 1982. He also played drums in The Jesus And Mary Chain from 1984 to 1986. When the leaders of The Jesus And Mary Chain asked Gillespie to choose between …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: 36 Crazyfists, Laibach, Turnstile and More

Laibach/Gramercy Theatre/May 12, 2015

Avant-garde music group Laibach was formed in 1980 in Trbovlje, a mining-industry town in Slovenia. At the time, Laibach collaborated with and provided the industrial rock soundscapes for local art and theater groups. In a country tense with the struggles of nationalism, neo-fascism and communism, the …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, Tremonti, The Damnwells and More

Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators/Terminal 5/May 7, 2015

Saul Hudson was born in 1965 in London, England. He was about five years old when he and his father rejoined his mother in Los Angeles, California. There he was given the nickname “Slash” by a family friend. At age …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Stone Temple Pilots, Kamelot, The London Quireboys and More

Stone Temple Pilots/Irving Plaza/April 27, 2015

Stone Temple Pilots began in 1985 in San Diego, California. Catching the grunge wave with a debut album in 1992, Stone Temple Pilots sold nearly 40 million records by the time the band split in 2002. Stone Temple Pilots reformed in 2008 for a …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: The Ruen Brothers, Agnostic Front, The Fleshtones and More

The Ruen Brothers/Webster Hall’s Grand Ballroom/April 22, 2015

By the ages of 11 and 12, brothers Henry Stansall (lead vocals/acoustic guitar) and Rupert Stansall (lead guitar/harmonica/backing vocals) were on stage at pubs in their native Scunthorpe, England, performing songs by American music artists from the 1950s and 1960s. Following college, …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: John Mellencamp, Michael Schenker’s Temple Of Rock, James McMurtry and More

Michael Schenker’s Temple Of Rock/Gramercy Theatre/April 15, 2015

In Sarstedt, West Germany, a nine-year-old Michael Schenker discovered a guitar that belonged to his older brother, Rudolf Schenker. Michael at age 11 jammed on stage with his brother’s band, The Scorpions. By age 15, he joined The Scorpions and at 17 …

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