Eric Hutchinson @ Highline Ballroom

It noisily moves across the nation like a four-man, air-tight, funky, harmonious pop Special Forces unit; Eric Hutchinson’s “Anyone Who Knows Me” American Tour is now here and you should not let it pass without seeing it.

The launch came a few weeks back at the Highline Ballroom in Downtown …

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Mae @ Highline Ballroom

MANHATTAN, NY—In 2001 in Norfolk, Virginia, vocalist/guitarist Dave Elkins (born Dave Gimenez) and drummer Jacob Marshall began what would become the indie emo band Mae by writing their first song, “Embers And Envelopes,” in Marshall’s living room. The band’s name is an acronym for “Multi-sensory Aesthetic Experience,” a course Marshall …

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The Adicts @ Highline Ballroom

MANHATTAN, NY—The Adicts came together as a punk band in late 1975 in Ipswich, England, and are perhaps the last remaining punk band from that first punk rock era to retain its original lineup. Briefly known as Afterbirth & The Pinz, the band became known in its homeland when it …

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Pigeon John @ Highline Ballroom

MANHATTAN, NY—John Dunkin, better known by his stage name Pigeon John, was born in Omaha, Nebraska, and at age five moved with his family to Inglewood, California. Being a mixed-race child (half black and half white), Dunkin felt out of place in predominantly white Omaha and predominantly black Inglewood.

Dunkin …

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The Autumn Defense @ Highline Ballroom

MANHATTAN, NY—John Stirratt was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, and grew up in nearby Mandeville. He performed with The Hilltops, a band that included his twin sister Laurie Stirratt and her husband Cary Hudson. During this time he met and befriended the band Uncle Tupelo and joined that group in …

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Sparks @ Highline Ballroom

MANHATTAN, NY—One of rock’s quirkiest musical entities since the release of their first album in 1971, Sparks, despite various group-like lineups and the use of studio musicians, are brothers Ron (keyboards) and Russell (vocals) Mael.

Dubbed the Two Hands, One Mouth tour, the siblings’ first venture into New York since …

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