Spotlights – No Quarter, Grace Vonderkuhn, & More!

Led Zeppelin Lives
by Mike Greenblatt

  They’re called No Quarter and they’ll be bringing their Led Zeppelin show to Manhattan’s City Winery on January 29.  At it for 15 years, they not only have the blessing of Zep bassist John Paul Jones but they take the tribute to new visual and theatrical levels, complete with the kind of attention-to-detail — hair, clothes, gestures, interactions, expressions — that embodies the essence of the original. In other words, they each play the part while the music blossoms forth onstage to come alive again. Michael Anderson has Robert Plant down pat as does Bryan Christiansen for his Jimmy Page character. It’s pure theater, man.


Courtesy of Travis Morgan

Grace Vonderkuhn Hits Alphaville
by Jenna Romaine

  Hailing from Wilmington, Del., Grace Vonderkuhn is headed to the big city. Following the early 2018 release of her debut Reveries, Vonderkuhn is performing a slew of dates before heading back to the studio to work on her sophomore LP in spring of 2019. Catch Grace Vonderkuhn performing live at Alphaville on Jan. 24.


Credit – Michael Bram

The Weight Are Heavy Hitters
by Jenna Romaine

  Almost a year following the release of their debut album, World Gone Mad, The Weight Band are bringing their music to a host of venues, including some local favorites. See The Weight Band perform their debut LP live at Brooklyn Bowl on Jan. 29.

Goons NYC Present Billy Lemos
by Jenna Romaine

  Content creation company Goons NYC are kicking off 2019 with a three-act show on Feb. 1. Headlined by Billy Lemos, and opened by local artists, Harry Teardrop and James Ivy, this is one show you don’t want to miss! Catch the action at The Mercury Lounge on Feb. 1.