Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Dropkick Murphys, Hollywood Undead, moe. and More

Dropkick Murphys/Irving Plaza/March 8, 2015

                Dropkick Murphys formed as a Celtic punk band in 1996 in Quincy, Massachusetts. The Boston-based band, named after professional wrestler John “Dropkick” Murphy, first began playing in the basement of a friend’s barbershop. Starting as a punk rock band, the band members found that their …

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.moe @ Stage 48

MANHATTAN, NY—Chuck Garvey and Rob Derhak, students at the University of Buffalo, formed a quintet to play a 1989 Halloween show at a friend’s behest. They called themselves Five Guys Named Moe, the name of a Louis Jordan song. Once the band looked like it was turning into a serious …

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moe.: Can’t Get Enough

Not long after their Stone Pony Summer Stage show will moe. move on to their next gig. On June 26, the jam band will head over to the Beekman Beer Garden Beach Club in New York. The show, which starts at 6:45 p.m., will feature moe. playing two sets that …

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An Interview with Al Schnier from moe.: Changing It Up

To support their most recent studio album, What Happened To The La Las? (Sugar Hill), the guys in moe. are embarking on an ambitiously scheduled winter tour, before their Snoe.down festival overtakes Killington, Vermont in March. Affectionately known for their rambling jam band ways, moe. approached What Happened To The

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Moe.: One Fine Evening

Buffalo jammers moe. have been out supporting their latest disc, What Happened To The LA LAs, and will be performing at Montclair’s Wellmont Theatre on Nov. 10 after performing at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY, the night before. The quintet’s show at the NJ venue is simply called, …

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Rant ‘N’ Roll: Kidjo, moe., Vintage Blue and The Zambonis

Angelique Kidjo, from the West African country of Benin, is a treasure. For her first live album, Spirit Rising (Razor & Tie), she enlists Josh Groban (boo!), Dianne Reeves (yay!), Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend (who?) and one of my favorite living saxophone players, the mighty Branford Marsalis in a …

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Interview with moe.: The Many Faces Of A Band Called Moe

Almost 20 years ago a group of SUNY Buffalo students began playing music together. Today moe. is a band which stands apart from its jam band peers. Taking a break from recording a new album with his side band and picking up a reverb chamber once used by Bob Dylan, …

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